Installation and Upgrades for the Avaya G700

Installation and Upgrades for the
AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway controlled by an
AvayaTM S8300 Media Server or an
AvayaTM S8700 Media Server
555-234-100
Issue 1
May 2002
Copyright 2002, Avaya Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Notice
Every effort was made to ensure that the information in this document was complete and accurate at the time of printing. However,
information is subject to change.
Your Responsibility for Your Company’s Telecommunications
Security
The final responsibility for securing both this system and its networked equipment rests with you - an Avaya customer's system administrator, your telecommunications peers, and your managers.
The scope of your responsibilities is based upon acquired knowledge and resources from a variety of sources including but not limited to:
• Installation documents
• System administration documents
• Security documents
• Hardware-/software-based security tools
• Shared information between you and your peers
• Telecommunications security experts
To prevent intrusions to your telecommunications equipment, you
and your peers should carefully program and configure:
• Your Avaya-provided telecommunications systems and their
interfaces
• Your Avaya-provided software applications, and their underlying hardware/software platforms and interfaces
• Any other equipment networked to your Avaya products.
Preventing Toll Fraud
“Toll fraud” is the unauthorized use of your telecommunications
system by an unauthorized party (for example, a person who is not
a corporate employee, agent, subcontractor, or is not working on
your company's behalf). Be aware that there may be a risk of toll
fraud associated with your system and that, if toll fraud occurs, it
can result in substantial additional charges for your telecommunications services.
Avaya Fraud Intervention and how to get help
If you suspect that you are being victimized by toll fraud and you
need technical assistance or support, in the United States and Canada, call the Technical Service Center's Toll Fraud Intervention
Hotline at 1-800-643-2353.
For additional support telephone numbers, see the Avaya web site:
http://www.avaya.com
Click on Support, click on Escalation Lists US and International.
This web site includes phone numbers for escalation within the
United States. For escalation phone numbers outside the United
States, click on Global Escalation List. This list contains the phone
numbers for the Centers of Excellence in each Avaya-defined region.
Providing Telecommunications Security
Telecommunications security (of voice, data and/or video communications) is the prevention of any type of intrusion to (that is, either
unauthorized or malicious access to or use of) your company’s telecommunications equipment by some party.
Your company’s telecommunications equipment includes both this
Avaya product and any other voice/data/video equipment that could
be accessed via this Avaya product (that is, networked equipment).
An outside party is anyone who is not a corporate employee, agent,
subcontractor, or is not working on your company’s behalf. Whereas, a malicious party is anyone (including someone who may be
otherwise authorized) who accesses your telecommunications
equipment with either malicious or mischievous intent.
Such intrusions may be either to/through synchronous (time-multiplexed and. or circuit-based) or asynchronous (character-, message-, or packet-based) equipment or interfaces for reasons of:
• Utilization (of capabilities special to the accessed equipment)
• Theft (such as, of intellectual property, financial assets, or
toll-facility access)
• Eavesdropping (privacy invasions to humans)
• Mischief (troubling, but apparently innocuous, tampering)
• Harm (such as harmful tampering, data loss or alteration,
regardless of motive or intent)
Be aware that there may be a risk of unauthorized intrusions associated with your system and/or its networked equipment. Also realize than, if such an intrusion should occur, it could result in a variety
of losses to your company (including but not limited to, human/data
privacy, intellectual property, material assets, financial resources,
labor costs, and/or legal costs).
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
If the equipment supports Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) facilities, you may experience certain compromises in performance, reliability and security, even when the equipment performs as
warranted. These compromises may become more acute if you fail
to follow Avaya’s recommendations for configuration, operation and
use of the equipment. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE
AWARE OF THESE RISKS AND THAT YOU HAVE DETERMINED
THEY ARE ACCEPTABLE FOR YOUR APPLICATION OF THE
EQUIPMENT. YOU ALSO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT, UNLESS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN ANOTHER AGREEMENT, YOU ARE
SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR (1) ENSURING THAT YOUR NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS ARE ADEQUATELY SECURED
AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED INTRUSION AND (2) BACKING UP
YOUR DATA AND FILES.
Standards Compliance
Avaya Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television interference
caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other
than those specified by Avaya Inc. The correction of interference
caused by such unauthorized modifications, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user. Pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules, the user is cautioned that changes or modifications not
expressly approved by Avaya Inc. could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
The equipment described in this manual complies with standards of
the following organizations and laws, as applicable:
• Australian Communications Agency (ACA)
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
• Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
• Committee for European Electrotechnical Standardization
(EENELEC) - European Norms (EN’s)
• Digital Private Network Signaling System (DPNSS)
• European computer Manufactures Association (ECMA)
• European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
• FCC Rules Parts 15 and 68
• International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
• International Special Committee on Radio Interference
(CISPR)
• International Telecommunications Union Telephony (ITU-T)
• ISDN PBX Network Specification (IPNS)
• National ISDN-1
• National ISDN-2
• Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standards
This product complies with and conforms to the following international IMC standards and all relevant national deviations:
Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference of Information Technology Equipment, CISPR 22:1997 and
EN55022:1998.
Information Technology Equipment - Immunity Characteristics Limits and Methods of Measurement, CISPR 24:1997 and
EN55024:1998, including:
• Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2
• Radiated Immunity IEC 61000-4-3
• Electrical Fast Transient IEC 61000-4-4
• Lightning Effects IEC 61000-4-5
• Conducted Immunity IEC 61000-4-6
• Mains Frequency Magnetic Field IEC 61000-4-8
• Voltage Dips and Variations IEC 61000-4-11
• Powerline Harmonics IEC 61000-3-2
• Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker IEC 61000-3-3
Ordering Information
Call:
US Voice:
US Fax:
non-US Voice:
non-US Fax:
Write:
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200 Ward Hill Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01835 USA
Order:
Document No. 555-234-100, Issue 1
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+1 410 568 3680
+1 410 891 0207
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Industry Canada (IC) Interference Information
NOTICE: This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada
Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed
by the registration number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on
a Declaration of Conformity indication that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
quired to take corrective actions.
Federal Communications Commission Statement
Part 15:
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Part 68: Answer-Supervision Signaling
Allowing this equipment to be operated in a manner that does not
provide proper answer-supervision signaling is in violation of Part
68 rules. This equipment returns answer-supervision signals to the
public switched network when:
• answered by the called station,
• answered by the attendant, or
• routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by the customer premises equipment (CPE) user.
• This equipment returns answer-supervision signals on all
direct inward dialed (DID) calls forwarded back to the public
switched telephone network. Permissible exceptions are:
European Union Declaration of Conformity
• A call is unanswered.
• A busy tone is received.
Avaya Inc. declares that the equipment specified in this document
• A reorder tone is received.
bearing the “CE” (Conformité Europeénne) mark conforms to the
European Union Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equip- Avaya attests that this registered equipment is capable of providment Directive (1999/5/EC), including the Electromagnetic Com- ing users access to interstate providers of operator services
through the use of access codes. Modification of this equipment by
patibility Directive (89/336/EEC, Class B) and Low Voltage
call aggregators to block access dialing codes is a violation of the
Directive (73/23/EEC). This equipment has been tested to meet
Telephone Operator Consumers Act of 1990.
the CTR4 Primary Rate Interface (PRI) specification.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the
Copies of these Declarations of Conformity (DoCs) can be obtained by contacting your local sales representative and are avail- rear of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence numable on the following web site:
ber (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must
http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/DoC/IDoC/index.jhtml/
be provided to the telephone company.
Japan
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the teleControl Council for Interference by Information Technology Equip- phone line may result in devices not ringing in response to an inment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, coming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not
exceed 5.0. To be certain of the number of devices that may be
radio disturbance may occur, in which case, the user may be reconnected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the
local telephone company. REN is not required for some types of
analog or digital facilities.
Means of Connection
Connection of this equipment to the telephone network is shown
in the following table.
Manufacturer’s
Port Identifier
FIC Code
SOC/REN/
A.S. Code
Network
Jacks
Ground start CO
trunk
02GS2
0.5A
RJ11C
Loop start CO
trunk
02LS2
0.5A
RJ11C
DID CO trunk
02RV2-T
AS.2
RJ11C
1.544 Mbit digital
interface
04DU9-BN
04DU9-DN
04DU9-IKN
04DU9-ISN
6.0Y
6.0Y
6.0Y
6.0Y
RJ48C
RJ48C
RJ48C
RJ48C
Primary Rate
Interface
04DU9-ISN(PRI)
6.0Y
RJ48C
Basic Rate
Interface
02IS5
6.0F
RJ49C
If the terminal equipment causes harm to the telephone network,
the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary
discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice
is not practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as
soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities,
equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will
provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty information, please contact the Technical Service Center at 1800-242-2121 or contact your local Avaya representative. If the
equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment
until the problem is resolved. It is recommended that repairs be
performed by Avaya certified technicians.
The equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party line service
is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information.
This equipment, if it uses a telephone receiver, is hearing aid
compatible.
Contents
About This Book
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How to View Documentation Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Order Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Comment on Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Where to Call for Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trademarks and Service Marks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Admonishments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electromagnetic Interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer safety responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1 Getting Started
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Introducing the S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Media Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Data Expansion Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
AvayaTM S8300 Media Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Local Survivable Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
External Media Servers (EMS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Endpoint and Adjunct Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Planning the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Using Planning Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
SSO Authentication Login. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Site Verification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Network Integration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Chapter 2 G700 Media Gateway
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Arriving On Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Verification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpacking and Checking the Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing the G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Rack-Mounting the G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting the Avaya S8300 Media Server (If Necessary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting Media Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting an Avaya Expansion Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting an Avaya X330STK Stacking Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cabling Multiple Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching Ground Conductors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Grounding Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approved Grounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Safety Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting AC Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the AC Outlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting AC Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initial Network Set-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the Avaya P330 Stack Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reconditioning a Previously-Configured G700 Media Gateway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning the IP Address of the Cajun Stack Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning an IP Address to the G700 Media Gateway Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the VoIP Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking for IP Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up the Controller List for the G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Avaya S8300 Media Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Inserting the AvayaTM S8300 Media Server (If Necessary for Standalone Service or
LSP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Network Setup with an Avaya S8300 Media Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Configuring the Avaya S8300 Media Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Reaching the S8300 Media Server Wizards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Set Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Configure Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Installing License Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Obtaining License and Authentication Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Upload Files Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Download Files Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Upgrading the S8300 (If Serving as the TFTP Server). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Installing Software on the S8300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Accepting the Upgrade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
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Performing Initial Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Verifying Ethernet Access to MultiVantage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining the IP Network Region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding Media Gateways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Considerations for IP Hard Phones Supported by a Local Survivable Processor . . . . .
Completing the Installation Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Coupled Bonding Conductor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Circuit Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Over-Voltage and Sneak-Current Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Telephones and Adjuncts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Networking an AvayaTM S8300 Media Server to Other Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ETN, UDP, and AAR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ISDN-PRI and IP Networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ISDN/IP Gateway Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCS+ and QSIG Feature Transparency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Centralized Attendant Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Centralized Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switches with Which an S8300 Media Server Communicates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Networking Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCS+ Over IP Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCS+ Over IP Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCS+ Over ISDN-PRI Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCS+ Over ISDN-PRI Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Considerations for QSIG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting an Intuity AUDIX LX to the S8300 Media Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 5 Upgrading/Downloading Software/Firmware
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Setting Up the External TFTP Server (If Necessary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Determine Which Upgrades Are Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrading the G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrading Media Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 6 Connecting a G700 Media Gateway to an S8700 Media Server
Configuration
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Appendix A: Technical Information
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Avaya G700 Media Gateway Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Cabling Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Appendix B: Checklists
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Planning Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Planning Forms List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Installer's Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Network Set-Up Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Site Verification Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Set-Up for P330 Stack Processor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Set Up for G700 Media Gateway Processor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Set Up for Voip Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Set Up for S8300 Media Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Installation Site Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Stack Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Appendix C: Equipment List
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About This Book
This document provides procedures to install, upgrade, or add to an AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway
controlled by an AvayaTM S8300 Media Server or an AvayaTM S8700 Media Server to establish initial access
to the full range of Avaya MultiVantageTM capabilities. Other documentation describes in detail the
components and their functions.
This section tells you how to access more information and how to use the documentation. It lists the
standards that have been met and discusses safety and security issues.
The section entitled Getting Started gives a brief description of the G700 Media Gateway with an S8300
Media Server.
The sections entitled G700 Gateway, S8300 Media Server, Connecting to Other Systems,
Upgrading/Downloading Software/Firmware, and Connecting to a G700 Media Gateway to an S8700
Media Server Configuration and Software contain information you need to install the S8300 Media Server
with a G700 Media Gateway. The step-by-step instructions guide you to install the hardware safely, to
power and cable the equipment, and to perform the initial administration.
Appendix A: Technical Data contains specifications and other technical information that you will need to
install an S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway.
Appendix B: Checklists lists the planning forms and other documents you will need to make an installation.
Appendix C: Equipment List contains information necessary for ordering equipment.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this book was complete and accurate at the
time of printing. However, information is subject to change. Consult the Avaya web site to obtain the latest
release notes and other information: http://www.avaya.com/support
Conventions used in this book
The following conventions are used in this document.
• Information is applicable for Avaya S8300 Media Server with an Avaya G700 Media Gateway
unless otherwise specified.
• Physical dimensions in this book are in inches followed by metric units (cm) in parentheses. Wire
gauge measurements are in American Wire Gauge (AWG) followed by the cross-sectional area in
square millimeters (mm2) in parentheses.
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Where to Call for Technical Support
If you need additional help, the following resources are available. You may need to purchase an
extended service agreement to use some of these resources. See your Avaya representative for more
information.
Table 1. Technical Support
DEFINITY Helpline (for help with feature administration and
system applications)
+1-800-225-7585
Avaya National Customer Care Center Support Line (for help
with maintenance and repair)
+1-800-242-2121
Avaya Toll Fraud Intervention
+1-800-643-2353
Avaya Corporate Security
+1-800-822-9009
+1-925-224-3401
Avaya Centers of Excellence
North America
1-800-248-1111
Central/Latin America, Caribbean (for dealers only)
Contact your local
representative
Bahrain
+973-218-266
Budapest
+36-1238-8334
Moscow
+7095-363-6701
Saumur
+33-241-534-000
UK
+44-1483-308-000
Australia
+612-9352-9151
Hong Kong
+852-3121-6423
Japan
+813-5575-8800
Shanghai
+8621-5459-4590
Singapore
+65-872-8686
Canada
1-800-387-4268
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About This Book: Trademarks and Service Marks
Trademarks and Service Marks
This document contains references to the following Avaya trademarked products:
• AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway
• AvayaTM S8300 Media Server and AvayaTM S8700 Media Server
• AUDIX®
• CajunTM and CajunViewTM
• DEFINITY® and DEFINITY OneTM
• INTUITYTM
• MultiVantageTM
• Softconsole
• VisAbilityTM
The following are trademarked by their appropriate vendor:
• Adobe® and Adobe Acrobat® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
• Internet ExplorerTM is a trademark of Microsoft® Corporation.
• Linux® is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.
• Microsoft® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
• Netscape® is a registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
• Windows 95TM, 98TM, NTTM, Millennium EditionTM, and Windows 2000TM are trademarks, and
Windows® is a registered trademark, of Microsoft® Corporation.
• Windows HyperTerminalTM is a trademark of Microsoft® Corporation.
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Admonishments
Admonishments used in this book have the following meanings:
! CAUTION:
Indicates the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury or property
damage if the hazard is not avoided.
! WARNING:
Indicates the presence of a hazard that can cause death or severe personal injury if
the hazard is not avoided.
! DANGER:
Indicates the presence of a hazard which will cause death or severe personal injury if
the hazard is not avoided.
!
! SECURITY ALERT:
This sign is used to draw attention to possible toll-fraud issues.
Safety precautions
The intended audience for this manual is trained service personnel. When performing maintenance or
translation procedures on the system, installers or maintenance personnel must observe certain
precautions. Observe all caution, warning, and danger admonishments to prevent loss of service,
possible equipment damage, and possible personal injury. In addition, the following precautions
regarding electromagnetic interference (EMI) and static electricity must be observed.
Electromagnetic Interference
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency (RF) energy. Electromagnetic fields
radiating from the switch may cause noise in the customer’s equipment. If the equipment is not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction book, radio interference may result.
! CAUTION:
To maintain the EMI integrity of the system, maintenance personnel must ensure that all
cabinet panels, covers, and so forth, are firmly secured before leaving the customer’s
premises.
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! CAUTION:
When handling any components of an S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway,
always wear an anti-static wrist ground strap. Connect the strap to an approved ground such
as an unpainted metal surface on the system.
Customer safety responsibilities
The customer has the responsibility to provide the following:
• Properly installed standard 19-inch rack
• Adequate AC power
• Approved grounding
• Sufficient ventilation
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Introducing the S8300 Media Server with a G700
Media Gateway
The AvayaTM S8300 Media Server with an AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway is part of a family of components
that provides data, voice, fax, and messaging services over an IP network. Its standards-based, IP
communications infrastructure allows high reliability of critical applications and multi-service networking
with feature transparency. The S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway is able to support a variety
of scalable, modular, and distributed configurations. The S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway
will simplify installation and provisioning and reduce overall hardware costs. The S8300 Media Server with
a G700 Media Gateway converges the power of Avaya MultiVantageTM call processing software with the
power of distributed switching from the AvayaTM P330 line to support stackable, redundant
architectures.The S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway comprises three main elements: Media
Gateway, Media Server, and Software.
Media Gateway
The Media Gateway elements are the AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway, Media Modules, and the AvayaTM
Data Expansion Modules.
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1 Media Module Slot #1 (v1)
2 S8300 Services Port (used with cross-over ethernet cable)
3 S8300 USB-Series Modem connection
4 Avaya™ Expansion Module slot
5 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Ports (ext1, ext2)
6 Media Module Slot #2 (v2)
7 Media Module Slot #3 (v3)
8 Media Module Slot #4 (v4)
9 Console Interface
Figure 1. AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway: Front View
AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway
The AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway is a 19-inch, 2u rack-mountable unit modeled after the AvayaTM
P330 stackable switching products. A partial list of technical specifications of the G700 Media
Gateway appears in Appendix A: Technical Information. You will also find a complete description of
the G700 Media Gateway in “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media Server
and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
Media Modules
Media Modules are optional, plug-in circuit assemblies. They provide traditional interfacing of
service provider network access solutions (such as T1/E1) and connections to TDM-based endpoints
(such as DCP digital phones and analog phones). The Media Modules available are:
• AvayaTM MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
• AvayaTM MM760 VoIP Media Module for additional VoIP resources
• AvayaTM MM711 Analog Media Module for connection to 8 analog stations or CO trunks
• AvayaTM MM712 DCP Media Module for connection to 8 DCP stations
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Figure 2. Media Modules
For detailed descriptions of the Media Modules see “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM
S8300 Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
The Media Modules enable the S8300 Media Server with G700 Media Gateways to host a variety of
functions, ranging from IP phones to traditional analog telephony ports. The Media Modules contain
trunk or line interfaces and their associated circuitry. Each of the four Media Module slots has access
to the 512-time-slot TDM bus, a 10/100 base T port, power (+5V, -48 V phantom) and ground. Each
Media Module can be accessed and reset from the G700 Media Gateway processor or from the S8300
Media Server, and its status is indicated by an LED display.
Data Expansion Modules
The G700 Media Gateway can accommodate any of the AvayaTM Cajun Expansion Modules. With
Expansion Modules, commonly called Personality Modules, customers can add additional Ethernet
ports, fiber interfaces, ATM access, or WAN access directly to the G700 Media Gateway without
requiring external hardware.
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Figure 3. AvayaTM Expansion Module (example)
Server
In all three characteristic configurations (Small Office, Mid-Sized Office, Remote Office), you will install
one or more G700 Media Gateways. These units may be controlled by the S8300 Media Server or by an
External Media Server, such as the AvayaTM S8700 Media Server. You may install one or more S8300 Media
Servers as local survivable backups, and you may install the entire range of adjuncts and peripheral
equipment supported by MultiVantage.
Figure 4. AvayaTM S8300 Media Server
AvayaTM S8300 Media Server
The AvayaTM S8300 Media Server is an IntelTM processor complex that mounts in the first Media Module
slot (v1) of the G700 Media Gateway. The S8300 Media Server has:
• MultiVantage (For a full description see: http://www.avaya.com/support)
• Administration and maintenance provisioning software
• 20 G hard drive
• 256 MB RAM
• Web server
• Linux OS (Redhat v6.X)
• Support of H.248 and H.323 Protocols
• TFTP server and other IP services
For a complete description of the S8300 Media Server and its capabilities, see “Access Procedures” in
the Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
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Local Survivable Processor
The S8300 Media Server can act as a survivable call-processing server for remote or branch customer
locations. As a backup, the S8300 Media Server carries a complete set of the MultiVantage software,
and its license file allows it to function as a survivable call processor. If the link between the remote
G700 Media Gateways and the main processing server is broken, those telephones and G700 Media
Gateways that are designated to receive backup service from the S8300 Media Server in survivable
mode will register with the backup. The S8300 Media Server will provide control to those registered
devices in a license error mode for six days (see “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM
S8300 Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway).
External Media Servers (EMS)
The G700 Media Gateway can be controlled by an External Media Server (EMS) that is running
MultiVantage. The AvayaTM S8700 Media Server is currently able to serve as an EMS for the G700
Media Gateway.
Software
Avaya MultiVantageTM is installed on the S8300 Media Server. Avaya MultiVantageTM software is evolved
from DEFINITY software and provides a large range of IP telephony capabilities, including standard voice
applications like call transfer, call coverage, and speed dialing, security applications like Malicious Call
Trace and E911, call center applications like automatic call distribution and agent reports, and switch
networking,. Avaya MultiVantageTM is also scalable by supporting a wide range of media servers and
software architectures like ATM, LDAP, QSIG, and H.323.
Endpoint and Adjunct Components
Additional components provide sets of tools that allow the customer to obtain the best possible
performance. Other components that make up the S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway
include:
• Analog phones and fax machines
• DCP phones
• IP Softphones
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• LAN Ethernet switches
• AvayaTM VisAbility Management Suite
• IP hardphones
• Intuity AUDIX
See the Avaya MultiVantageTM Software on a DEFINITY®Server and S8100 Library CD, 555-233-823, in
the “Documentation Library CDs” for more information on installing adjuncts.
Planning the Installation
In the following sections of this installation guide, you will be guided through the installation of a
standalone configuration. The necessary modifications to accommodate the other configurations will be
noted.
Before the S8300 Media Server with G700 Media Gateways is physically installed on the customer's site,
several steps have already been completed to assure that the actual installation will go smoothly. The sales
personnel have verified that the product is suited to the customer’s application. The planning and
implementation personnel have conducted preliminary inspections of the site and of the other equipment to
assure that the S8300 Media Server with G700 Media Gateways will operate at its full potential. A data
network readiness assessment has been completed to assure that the S8300 Media Server with G700 Media
Gateways will function optimally within the customer's network.
Each of these processes have been documented before the installation. You should verify that you have all
the necessary information before going to the site (see Appendix B: Checklists).
Using Planning Documentation
To guide you in your preparations for the installation, use the Installer's Checklists (see Appendix B:
Checklists) to verify that you have the tools, software, and information you need to install the S8300 Media
Server with G700 Media Gateways.
The planning documentation will provide you with information about:
• What equipment you will be installing
• What kind of system you will be integrating
• Whom to contact on site about delivery, system questions, or network concerns
• Whom to contact at your home office in case of questions
• Whether you need a special pass or an escort
• How to gain entrance to the installation location if it is locked
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• Where to install equipment
• Where to find a telephone near the installation location
SSO Authentication Login
You should obtain a personal Single Sign-On (SSO) for Remote Feature Activation (RFA) website
authentication login before going to the site for installation. You must complete the authentication process
before you can be assigned an SSO authentication login.
As a first-time user:
• Business Partners should point their browsers to the Business Partner portal option sales_market,
services-voice, training tools and procedures to select RFA (or go directly to: http://
rfa.avaya.com).
• Associates should point their browsers to the Avaya Associate portal (or go directly to : http://
rfa.avaya.com).
• Contractors should point their browsers to Avaya.com (or go directly to: http:// rfa.avaya.com).
From that point, log into SSO and complete the process to obtain your personal login.
Site Verification
The pre-installation site inspection documentation will allow you to verify that the site requirements
have been met for adequate environmental conditions, power and grounding availability, safety, and
security conditions. For specific details, consult “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM
S8300 Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
If you find discrepancies between the specifications necessary for proper installation of equipment
and the conditions on site, contact your Project Manager before proceeding with the installation.
Network Integration
Integration into the customer’s network will require coordination with the network manager and the
planning and implementation personnel. They will ascertain the customer’s need for DHCP service
and the intended network configuration and applications. In addition, Avaya offers Network
Readiness services to assist in evaluating and preparing the network for all configurations.
The Project Manager will provide information to be used by the installers. The documentation must
include dial plans and other telephony information as well as IP addresses, IP masks, and other
network information. This information will be specific to each customer. To install the S8300 Media
Server with G700 Media Gateways in an efficient manner, you must collect and organize this
information before going to the site.
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The AvayaTM S8300 Media Server with AvayaTM G700 Media Gateways may be installed as a standalone
unit, with other Media Gateways, or in combinations of Media Gateways and Avaya P330 family devices.
Up to ten G700 Media Gateways or Avaya P330s can be combined in a single stack.
In a typical installation, you will arrive at the site equipped with all the tools and information you will need
to install an S8300 Media Server with a G700 Media Gateway, and you will complete the following process:
Installation Process Steps
“Arriving On Site” on page 15
“Unpacking and Checking the Order” on page 17
“Installing the G700 Media Gateway” on page 17
“Cabling Multiple Units” on page 25
“Attaching Ground Conductors” on page 27
“Initial Network Set-Up” on page 34
Note:
When installing a G700, complete all tasks in this chapter to administer the gateway before doing the media server administration (e.g., add media-gateway).
Arriving On Site
When you reach the customer's site, you should have each item on the Checklist for S8300 Media Server
with G700 Media Gateways Installation. (Consult Appendix B: Checklists.) However, it is recommended
that you consult with the customer network manager for IP and DNS addressing, as well as for testing the
installation. Also, before proceeding with the installation, you should verify that the proper environmental
and safety conditions exist.
Environmental Verification
Verify that temperatures and clearances are within the recommended technical parameters. Consult
Appendix A: Table 8 and Site Verification in “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM S8300
Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
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! CAUTION:
Caution: Verify that temperature and clearance ranges are within tolerable limits. The
thermal sensors may shut down equipment if it is subjected to conditions beyond the
recommended limits. Equipment can be damaged if these restrictions are not respected.
Power Verification
Check that an adequate number of power outlets are available.Verify that the G700 Media Gateways
and the other equipment in the rack do not present a possible overcurrent or overload to the
customer's branch circuit and/or power distribution strip. Power requirements are listed in Appendix
A: Technical Information.
! WARNING:
Do not overload the power circuit.
Grounding Verification
Ensure that the installation site has access to approved grounds and that either a trained technician or
a licensed electrician will be verifying all grounds and installing the Supplementary Ground
Conductor (consult Attaching Ground Conductors).
! WARNING:
Installation in a Restricted Access Location and secure access are required in
Finland and Norway.
The G700 Media Gateway relies on two ground connections (mains plug with an earth contact and a
permanent Supplementary Ground Conductor). Because of unreliable earthing concerns in Finland
and Norway, the G700 Media Gateway must be installed in a Restricted Access Location (RAL). An
RAL is defined as an access that can be gained only by trained service personnel or customers who
have been instructed about the reasons for the restricted access and any safety precautions that must
be taken. In these cases, access to the G700 Media Gateway is gained by the use of a tool (such as a
lock and key) or other means of security.
If you have any questions about the safety conditions, contact your Project Manager. When you have
verified that the site is ready for a safe installation, proceed with the installation.
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Unpacking and Checking the Order
Cross-check your customer's order with the planning documentation you have been given. Media Modules,
telephones and other equipment are listed on your planning and shipping documentation, and the placement
for the modules and for the equipment are indicated as well.
Verify that all the necessary elements have been received and are in good condition. If there are missing or
damaged elements, contact the Project Manager for instructions. The planning documentation will list
contact information for the Project Manager and other key personnel.
! CAUTION:
When handling any components of an Avaya G700 Media Gateway, always wear an antistatic wrist ground strap. Connect the strap to an approved ground such as an unpainted
metal surface.
If you have any questions about the equipment order or if the equipment has been damaged, contact your
Project Manager. When you have verified that the order is complete and that you have all of the necessary
components and tools, proceed with the installation.
Installing the G700 Media Gateway
After you have verified the site conditions and the shipment, you will proceed with the installation of the
hardware.
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Figure 5. Avaya G700 Media Gateways
Preparing the G700 Media Gateway
The instructions that follow guide you through a process of preparing the G700 Media Gateway after you
have mounted the empty chassis in the rack. It is possible to equip an empty G700 Media Gateway chassis
before positioning it in the rack. If you are working where space is limited, you may wish to prepare the
G700 Media Gateway before rack insertion.
The G700 Media Gateway can stand on a flat surface or be mounted in the standard 19-inch rack. If the
G700 Media Gateway is to be a table-top unit, four feet must be attached to the bottom of the unit.
! CAUTION:
When handling any components of an Avaya S8300 Media Server with Avaya G700 Media
Gateways, always wear an anti-static wrist ground strap. Connect the strap to an approved
ground such as an unpainted metal surface.
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Affix Feet on the Table-Top Media Gateway
Begin
1. Remove the four feet from their packaging.
2. Turn the G700 Media Gateway over to allow the feet to be mounted.
3. Position one foot into the mounting site near the corner of the chassis.
4. Press the plastic rivet into the foot with a stylus until it is firmly seated on the chassis.
End
If the G700 Media Gateway is to be mounted in a rack, you have the choice of fastening the unit to the rack
either at the front of the unit or at the middle. This positioning choice will depend on space arrangements. In
either case, mounting brackets must be attached to the chassis, either on the center sides or to the front of the
chassis.
Affix Mounting Brackets to the Media Gateway
Begin
1. Remove the screws from the bracket kit.
2. Position a bracket over the desired mounting position.
3. Affix the bracket to the chassis with the screws provided.
4. Tighten with the screwdriver.
5. Repeat on the other side.
End
You have prepared the G700 Media Gateway for mounting and are ready to mount the chassis in the rack.
Rack-Mounting the G700 Media Gateway
The G700 Media Gateway mounts in a standard 19-inch rack. It is held in place by screws through the two
mounting ears. The unit can be mounted either in the center of the unit or at the front of the unit.
The complete G700 Media Gateway, with Media Modules, weighs between 27 and 34 lbs (12 and 16 kg)
and measures 3.5 x 19 x 17.7 inches (88 x 482.6 x 450 mm). To avoid balancing problems and cabling
complications, the racks should be filled from the bottom; that is, mount units in the lower positions first.
! WARNING:
Warning: if the rack is not securely fixed in place, do not proceed with the installation.
! WARNING:
If the G700 Media Gateway is being mounted in a rack with other equipment already
installed, the G700 Media Gateway must be positioned to avoid imbalance.
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Figure 6. Rack Mounting
Mount the G700 Media Gateway in the Rack
Begin
1. Position the G700 Media Gateway in the rack. Assure that there is adequate ventilation.
The G700 Media Gateway weighs 22.5 pounds (10 kg) empty and between 27 and 34 pounds
(between 12 and 16 kg) when equipped with Media Modules. Two people may be needed to
mount the G700 Media Gateway in the rack.
2. Verify that the screw holes are aligned with the rack hole positions.
3. Insert the mounting screws. Use two screws on each side.
4. Tighten the mounting screws. Avoid overtightening.
5. Verify that ventilation vents are not obstructed.
6. Repeat to add other G700 Media Gateways to the rack as described in the planning documents.
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If you are installing multiple G700 Media Gateways, continue building the stack. Up to 10 units can
be linked together (Figure 9); these may be G700 Media Gateways or Avaya P330 switches.
At this point, you have mounted the G700 Media Gateway chassis in the rack and are ready to insert
S8300 Media Servers and Media Modules as required in the planning documentation.
Inserting the Avaya S8300 Media Server (If
Necessary)
If necessary, see “Inserting the AvayaTM S8300 Media Server (If Necessary for Standalone Service or
LSP)” on page 44 for instructions.
Inserting Media Modules
Following the planning documentation, you can insert the required Media Modules into their designated
bays. The G700 Media Gateway can accommodate up to four Media Modules, or plug-in circuit packs. The
choice of Media Modules is dictated by the offer selected by the customer and the configuration of the
system.
Consult the planning documentation and the order form to determine which modules you will be installing.
The planning documents also indicate into which slots the modules are to be inserted. The Media Modules
available at this time are:
• Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
• Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
• Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
• Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
For detailed descriptions of the Media Modules see “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM S8300
Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
! WARNING:
The Avaya G700 Media Gateway must not be operated with any slots open. Failure to
cover empty slots with the supplied blank plates can cause overheating due to
inadequate air distribution.
! CAUTION:
The connector pins can be bent or damaged if the module is handled roughly or if
misaligned and then forced into position.
! CAUTION:
Separate ESD paths to the chassis ground connect to the Media Modules at the springloaded captive screws. Ensure the captive screws are securely tightened to prevent damage
to the equipment.
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Insert Media Modules
Begin
1. Remove the blank plate from the empty bay.
2. Position the Media Module squarely before the selected bay on the front of the G700 Media
Gateway chassis and engage both sides of the module in the interior guides.
3. Slide the module slowly into the chassis, maintaining an even pressure to assure that the module
does not become twisted or disengaged from the guides.
Figure 7. Insert Media Module
4. Apply firm pressure to engage the connectors.
The Media Module connector has different length pins. The long pins will engage first to provide
grounding. Medium length and short pins will provide power and signal.
5. Lock the Media Module into the chassis by tightening the spring-loaded captive screws on the
front of the module.
End
! WARNING:
To prevent access to electrical hazards by unauthorized personnel and to ensure
continued compliance to international radiated emissions requirements, all captive
screws must be securely tightened such that they cannot be loosened without the use
of a tool.
At this point, you have readied the G700 Media Gateway, inserted the S8300 Media Server, if required, and
inserted the Media Modules as described in the planning documentation. Next, if required, the Expansion
Module should be inserted into its bay.
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Inserting an Avaya Expansion Module
The Expansion Modules, or Personality Modules, provide vastly increased networking and connectivity
capabilities. These modules may be mounted on the G700 Media Gateway in the slot on the lower left side
of the unit (see AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway: Front View).
! CAUTION:
The Expansion Module is not hot-swappable. That is, the G700 Media Gateway must be
powered off before you insert or remove an Expansion Module. If there is an S8300 Media
Server present that is also turned on, the S8300 Media Server should be shut down first, by
pressing the Shutdown button until the OK to Remove LED lights. Then, the G700 should be
powered off.
Insert an Expansion Module into the G700 Media Gateway
Begin
Power off the unit if the equipment has been in operation.
1. Remove the blank plate covering the bay.
2. Align the printed circuit board with the interior guide rails.
Note: The printed circuit board fits into the guide rail. The metal base plate does not.
3. Firmly press the Expansion Module until it is completely inserted into the G700 Media Gateway.
4. Tighten the two screws on the front panel of the Expansion Module.
End
! WARNING:
To prevent access to electrical hazards by unauthorized personnel and to ensure
continued compliance to international radiated emissions requirements, all captive
screws must be securely tightened such that they cannot be loosened without the use
of a tool.
! WARNING:
The Avaya G700 Media Gateway must not be operated with any slot open; empty slots
must be covered with the supplied blank plates.
At this point, you have readied the G700 Media Gateway, inserted the S8300 Media Server, if required,
inserted the Media Modules and the Expansion Module as required in the planning documents. The next
step will be to insert an Avaya X330STK Stacking Sub-Module if more than one unit will be connected in
the configuration you are installing.
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Inserting an Avaya X330STK Stacking Module
G700 Media Gateways can be mounted in equipment stacks with routers, switches, or other Media
Gateways. The stack is limited to ten elements. To link multiple units, each G700 Media Gateway must be
equipped with an Avaya X330STK Stacking Module which is mounted through the rear panel of the G700
Media Gateway.
! CAUTION:
The Stacking Sub-Module is not hot-swappable. That is, the G700 Media Gateway must be
powered off before you insert or remove a Stacking Module. If there is an S8300 Media
Server present that is also turned on, the S8300 Media Server should be shut down first, by
pressing the Shutdown button until the OK to Remove LED lights. Then, the G700 should be
powered off.
Insert an Avaya X330STK Stacking Module
Begin
1. Remove the blank plate from the back of the G700 Media Gateway.
2. Insert the Avaya X330STK Stacking Module gently in the bay, ensuring that the metal base plate
is aligned with the guide rails.
Figure 8. Insert Stacking Module
3. Press the Avaya X330STK Stacking Module in firmly until the connector at the back of the
module is completely inserted into the internal connector on the G700 Media Gateway.
4. Tighten the screws on either side of the module.
End
At this point, the required modules and cabling units have been inserted into the G700 Media Gateway. The
next step will be to prepare the G700 Media Gateway for power.
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Cabling Multiple Units
Avaya G700 Media Gateways can be mounted in equipment stacks with routers, switches, or other Media
Gateways. These elements are all compatible and are installed similarly. Consult AvayaTM P333T User’s
Guide for installation and cabling information. To link multiple units, each G700 Media Gateway must be
equipped with an Avaya X330STK Stacking Sub-Module on the rear panel. Then, each unit in the stack is
linked to the one above it. Finally, the bottom unit is linked to the top unit. Stacks should always be built
from the bottom, and new units should be added at the top. Up to 10 units can be stacked in this way. When
deciding where to position the unit, ensure that:
• It is accessible and cables can be connected easily.
• Cabling is away from sources of electrical noise such as radio transmitters, broadcast amplifiers,
power lines and fluorescent lighting fixtures.
• Water or moisture cannot enter the case of the unit.
• There is a free flow of air around the unit and the vents in the sides of the case are not blocked.
The two ends of the Octaplane cable incorporate different connectors. Each connector can only be
connected to its matching interface.The following cables are used to connect stacked units:
• Short Octaplane cable (Avaya X330SC) - light, ivory-colored cable used to connect adjacent units.
• Long Octaplane and Extra-Long Octaplane cables (Avaya X330LC/X330L-LC) - light, ivorycolored cable used to connect units from two different physical stacks or those separated by more
than 12 inches (30 cm).
• Redundant and Long Redundant cables (Avaya X330RC/X330L-RC) - black cable used to connect
the top and bottom switches of a stack.
Figure 9. Cabling Multiple Units in a Single Rack
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Connect Units within a Single Stack
Begin
1. Connect the light grey connector of the short Avaya X330SC cable (12 in, 30 cm) to the port
marked “to upper unit” in the bottom-most stack element.
2. Connect the dark grey connector of the same short X330SC cable to the port marked “to the lower
unit” in the unit above.
3. Repeat until you reach the top element in the stack. Up to ten units can be stacked together.
To implement stack redundancy:
4. Use the Redundant Cable to connect the port marked “to lower unit” on the bottom element to the
port marked “to upper unit” on the top element of the stack.
End
If you have elements of a stack in two racks, you must use the Avaya X330LC cable to connect them. You
may not link more than 10 units to form a stack, but those units can be mounted in more than one rack.
Link Elements in Multiple Racks
Begin
1. Use the long (6ft, 2 m) Avaya X330LC cable to connect elements in two racks.
2. Connect the Avaya X330LC cable (dark grey connector) to the port on first unit of the stack
marked “to the lower unit.”
3. Connect the Avaya X330LC cable (light grey connector) to the port on the last unit in the stack
marked “to the upper unit.”
To implement stack redundancy:
4. Connect the dark grey connector of the black Redundant Cable to the port marked “to lower unit”
on the bottom unit of the stack.
5. Connect the light grey connector of the black Redundancy Cable to the port marked “to upper
unit” on top unit of the stack.
! CAUTION:
Do not cross-connect two stack elements with two Octaplane (light-colored) cables. If you
wish to cross-connect for redundancy, use a black redundancy cable.
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Figure 10. Linking Units in Multiple Racks
You have now mounted the fully equipped Avaya G700 Media Gateway in the rack, connected the grounds,
and cabled units together as described in the planning documents. When all the units are mounted,
grounded, and cabled, you are ready to power the system.
Attaching Ground Conductors
To assure safe installation and operation, carefully read all requirements, recommendations and instructions.
Pay special attention to all CAUTION, WARNING and DANGER statements.
! CAUTION:
System grounding must comply with the general rules for grounding provided in Article 250
of the National Electrical Code (NEC), National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 70, or the
applicable electrical code in the country of installation.
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General Grounding Requirements
Two safety grounds are required to ensure safe operation of the G700 Media Gateway: the ground
conductor that is part of the AC power cord and the field-installed green/yellow conductor referred to
as the Supplementary Ground Conductor. Both safety grounds must be connected to an approved
ground. If a power cord accompanies the G700, use that cord whenever possible.
The customer must select a location for the G700 Media Gateway installation that is no more than 50
feet (15 m) from an approved ground. If this location requirement is not met, the customer must
contact a licensed electrician to install a Supplementary Ground Conductor per Article 250 of the
National Electrical Code (NEC).
! WARNING:
If the installation location is greater than 50 feet (15 m) from an approved ground, do
not install the Avaya G700 Media Gateway until a licensed electrician is present to
install a Supplementary Ground Conductor.
A 55-foot (16-m) Supplementary Ground Conductor is provided with the equipment and is
constructed of 10 AWG (4.0 mm2) wire with an insulated ring terminal crimped to one end that is
suitable for the #8 (M4) stud/screw on the rear of the G700 chassis.
The customer will need to provide a means of connecting this Supplementary Ground Conductor to
an approved ground according to Article 250 of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
A ground block is available for use when multiple G700 Media Gateways are being installed. The
ground block, intended for rack mounting, has ten terminals available for terminating Supplementary
Ground Conductors. Up to ten G700 Media Gateways can be grounded at the block installed close to
the equipment (on a rack) and then a single ground conductor will be routed from the same block to
an approved ground. If the ground block is to be used, it must be ordered separately and will include a
10 AWG (4.0 mm2) green/yellow wire to route between the ground block installed on the rack and an
approved ground.
! WARNING:
Failure to install both grounds will void the Product Safety certifications (UL and the
CE Mark) on the product as well as allow a hazard to be present that could result in
death or severe personal injury.
Because of unreliable earthing concerns in Finland and Norway, the G700 Media Gateway must be
installed in a restricted access location. A restricted access location is defined as access that can be
gained by only Service Personnel or Customers who have been instructed about the reasons for the
restricted access and any safety precautions that must be taken. In these cases, access to the G700
Media Gateway is gained by the use of a tool (such as a lock and key) or other means of security.
! WARNING:
For Installations in Finland and Norway, the Avaya G700 Media Gateway relies on two
ground connections (mains plug with an earth contact, and a Supplementary Ground
Conductor).
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Approved Grounds
An approved ground is the closest acceptable medium for grounding the building entrance protector,
entrance cable shield, or a single-point ground of electronic telephony equipment. If more than one
type of approved ground is available on the premises, the grounds must be bonded together as
required in Section 250-81 of the NEC for the US or per the local electrical code regulations in the
country of installation.
• Grounded Building Steel: The metal frame of the building where it is effectively grounded by one
of the following grounds: acceptable metallic water pipe, concrete encased ground, or a ground
ring.
• Acceptable Water Pipe: A metal underground water pipe, at least 1/2-in. (1.3 cm) in diameter, in
direct contact with the earth for at least 10 ft. (3m). The pipe must be electrically continuous (or
made electrically continuous by bonding around insulated joints, plastic pipe, or plastic water
meters) to the point where the protector ground wire connects. A metallic underground water pipe
must be supplemented by the metal frame of the building, a concrete-encased ground, or a ground
ring. If these grounds are not available, the water pipe ground can be supplemented by one of the
following types of grounds:
- Other local metal underground systems or structures - Local underground structures such as
tanks and piping systems.
- Rod and pipe electrodes - A 5/8-in. (1.6 cm) solid rod or 3/4-in. (2 cm) conduit or pipe
electrode driven to a minimum depth of 8 ft. (2.4 m).
- Plate electrodes - Must have a minimum of 2 sq. ft. (0.185 sq. m) of metallic surface exposed
to the exterior soil.
• Concrete Encased Ground: An electrode encased by at least 2 in. (5.1 cm) of concrete and located
within and near the bottom of a concrete foundation or footing in direct contact with the earth. The
electrode must be at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of one or more steel reinforcing bars or rods, 1/2-in. (1.3
cm) in diameter, or at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of bare solid copper, 4 AWG (26mm2) wire.
• Ground Ring: A buried ground that encircles a building or structure at a depth of at least 2.5 ft
(0.76 m) below the earth's surface. The ground ring must be at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of 2 AWG (35
mm2), bare copper wire.
• Approved Floor Grounds: Floor grounds are those grounds on each floor of a high-rise building
that are suitable for connection to the ground terminal in the riser closet and to the cabinet singlepoint ground terminal. Approved floor grounds may include the following:
- Building steel
- The grounding conductor for the secondary side of the power transformer feeding the floor
- Metallic water pipes.
- Power-feed metallic conduit supplying panel boards on the floor.
- A grounding point specifically provided in the building for that purpose.
! WARNING:
If the approved ground or approved floor ground can only be accessed inside a
dedicated power equipment room, then connections to this ground must be made by
a licensed electrician.
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Connecting Safety Ground
Proper grounding of the G700 Media Gateway installation safeguards the system, users and service
personnel by providing protection from lightning, power surges, AC mains faults, power crosses on
central office trunks and electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Local electrical installation codes must be adhered to when installing G700 Media Gateways.
! WARNING:
Connection of both grounds (through the AC Power Cord and the Supplementary
Ground Conductor) is required for safe operation of the G700 Media Gateway.
! WARNING:
An improper ground can cause electrical shock as well as equipment failures and
service outages.
Attach the Ground Wires
Begin
1.
Remove the ground screw on the rear of the chassis adjacent to the ground symbol:
2. Place the ring terminal of the 10 AWG (4.0 mm2) Supplementary Ground Conductor on the screw.
3. Replace the ground screw to the chassis and securely tighten the screw such that it cannot be
loosened without the use of a tool.
If the ground block is being used: The customer will have the ground block installed by a
qualified electrician on the rack in which the G700 Media Gateways are installed.
4. Cut the Supplementary Ground Conductor (which has one end attached to the grounding screw on
the chassis) to the length needed to terminate it into one of the terminals of the ground block. Do
not coil the Supplementary Ground Conductor.
5. Attach one end of the additional 10 AWG (4mm2) ground wire to one of the terminals in the
ground block and the other end to an approved ground.
6. Cut this ground wire to the length needed to reach the approved ground. Do not coil this wire.
If the ground block is not being used, simply:
7.
Attach the Supplementary Ground Conductor to an approved ground.
8. Connect the AC power cable to the inlet receptacle on the rear of the chassis.
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Connecting AC Power
For North American installations, the AC Power Cord terminates on one end with a NEMA-15P plug
to connect to the AC mains socket-outlet at the wall. For installations in other regions, the plug to be
used must comply with the local regulations and be marked as such, be suitable for the current and
voltage being used and contain an earthing pin for connection to ground at the AC mains socketoutlet through the cord.
To prevent accidental interruption of power to the G700 Media Gateway, do not connect the G700
Media Gateway to a switch-controlled AC wall socket-outlet. Avaya Inc. highly recommends that the
customer use a UPS for back-up power.
Advise your customer to verify through a licensed electrician that the ground connection at the AC
outlet to be used is attached to an approved ground.
Power Requirements
The G700 Media Gateway uses an auto-ranging 100-240 VAC power supply, 50 to 60 Hz, 5 A
maximum at 100-120 VAC and 2 A maximum at 200-240 VAC. The AC power source is to be single
phase, 3-conductor (Line, Neutral and Ground) with a 15 A circuit breaker for 100-120 VAC or a 10
A circuit breaker for 200-240 VAC.
Testing the AC Outlet
! WARNING:
The following recommended test equipment, tests and diagrams are intended only for
North American installations at 110 to 125 Volts AC. For installations in other
regions, have a licensed electrician verify the ground and voltages.
! WARNING:
If the AC outlet tests indicate that the power requirements are not met, your customer
must contact a licensed electrician. DO NOT install the system until all requirements
are met.
Fault Conditions
If the AC outlet tests that follow reveal any of the following conditions, they must be corrected
BEFORE the system is to be installed.
• Open ground
• Hot and neutral reversed
• Open hot
• Open neutral
• Hot and ground reversed
! WARNING:
Hazardous voltages are present during this test. Follow all instructions carefully
when working the AC power line voltages.
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Verify Ground Using an Ideal 61-035 Circuit Tester (or equivalent)
Begin
1. Plug the circuit tester into the outlet that you want to test.
If the circuit is properly grounded, the yellow and white lights on the tester illuminate
2. Unplug the tester.
! WARNING:
If the tester indicates any type of ground fault, your customer must contact a licensed
electrician. DO NOT install the system.
End
Verify Voltages Using a Volt-Ohm Millimeter (VOM) (U.S. and countries using 110 to
125 V AC power)
Begin
! WARNING:
Hazardous voltages are present during this test. Follow all instructions carefully
when working with AC power line voltages.
1.
Ensure that the VOM is set to read Volts AC
2. Set the VOM to the lowest scale on which you can read 130 V AC.
3. Measure the AC voltages in the following order:
1. Phase to neutral should be 110 to 125 V AC.
2. Neutral to ground should be less than 1 V AC.
3. Phase to ground should be 110 to 125 V AC.
If the voltage readings do not measure the values given, the AC outlet is improperly wired. DO NOT
INSTALL THE SYSTEM. Advise the customer to have a licensed electrician correct the problem.
End
You now have a fully equipped G700 Media Gateway in the rack, and you have cabled units together, if
required, and connected the grounds. You are ready to power the system.
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Connecting AC Power
Once the ground and voltages have been verified to be correct for the installation, plug the power cord into
the outlet that was tested.
Note: There is no On/Off power switch on the G700 Media Gateway. The AC inlet
serves as the disconnect device. To disconnect power from the G700 Media
Gateway, remove the power cord plug from the AC inlet.
The G700 Media Gateway will power up. The LEDs on the LED panel will light as described in the
following sequence:
1. ALM - RED - lights up, then turns off
2. TST - GREEN - lights up, then turns off
3. ACT - YELLOW - lights up, then turns off
4. OK To REMOVE - GREEN - lights up, then turns off
5. LEFT LED in SERVICES jack - GREEN (100 MB link speed) lights up, then turns off
6. LEFT LED in SERVICES jack - YELLOW (10 MB link speed) lights up, then turns off
7. RIGHT LED in SERVICES jack - GREEN lights up seventh then turns off
The LEDs on the Media Modules, the S8300 Media Server, and the G700 Media Gateway will flash at
power-up. Each element will conduct a series of self-tests.
Verify that:
• Media Modules: all LEDs are extinguished.
• S8300 Media Server (when applicable): the yellow ACT LED will be illuminated after a Media
Gateway has registered with it.
• The system (labeled SYS) or master LED (labeled MSTR) lights on one and only one module in
the stack.
• G700 Media Gateway: the green CPU LED is illuminated when both the Avaya P330 stack
processor and the G700 Media Gateway processor are in a normal operational state.
The red ALM LED is illuminated whenever an alarm exists in the G700 Media Gateway
processor. The ALM LED might signal either a hardware failure or a software or firmware
condition that could be cleared by resetting the processor. It will also be lit because the license
file for the S8300 has not yet been installed.
You have now completed the initial installation of the G700 Media Gateway.
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Initial Network Set-Up
The Avaya S8300 Media Server with an Avaya G700 Media Gateway integrates into the customer’s Local
Area Network. You will need to establish IP identities for several components of the S8300 Media Server
with a G700 Media Gateway:
• The Avaya P330 stack processor
• The G700 Media Gateway processor
• Voice over IP module capability of the G700 processor
• Any other Voice over IP media module
• The S8300 Media Server, if present
! CAUTION:
These IP addresses must be exactly correct. If not, you could disrupt the customer’s data
network. Contact your LAN administrator to be sure you have the right addresses and do not
proceed until you have verified the IP addresses are correct.
These primary IP addresses must be entered into the system manually, or statically, at installation. In
addition, routing information and other types of IP identification must be established for some entities.
These IP addresses will be determined by the network manager, recorded on the planning documentation,
and entered manually at installation. Follow the instructions in the Server Chapter for setting up the network
with an S8300 Media Server (Network Setup with an Avaya S8300 Media Server) or with an External
Media Server.
Configuring the Avaya P330 Stack Processor
To establish communication with the Avaya P330 Stack processor, you will first connect your services
computer to the G700 Media Gateway via the serial connection. Then, you will login to the Avaya P330
command line interface. The login and password information are provided in the planning documentation.
Connect the Services Computer to the G700 Media Gateway
Begin
1. Use the serial cable and adapter provided with the G700 Media Gateway.
2. Attach the RJ-45 console connector to the On-Site Administration Interface on the right side of
the G700 Media Gateway.
3. Connect the DB-9 connector of the cable to the serial port on your services computer.
4. Power up the services computer.
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Login to the Avaya P330 Command Line Interface
Begin
1. Launch Windows® HyperTerminal or any other terminal emulation program.
2. Choose Call - Connect.
3. Login at the Welcome to Avaya P330 screen.
Login: xxx from the planning documentation
Password: xxx from the planning documentation
You are now logged-in at the Supervisor level. The prompt appears as P330-1(super)#. In order
to use the commands necessary to configure the stack processor, you must reset to the Configure
level.
4. Type configure
The prompt appears as P330-1(configure)#.
Note:
To check the syntax of a command in the command line interface, type as much of the command
as you know followed by help. For example:
P330-1(configure)#> set help
you will be given the current list of set commands available. If you type:
P330-1(configure)#> set interface help
you will be given a much more restricted list of command possibilities that address the possible
interfaces to be set.
End
Reconditioning a Previously-Configured G700
Media Gateway
If you are physically moving the G700 to a different location where IP addresses will change, or the
G700 has been previously configured with addresses that are changing, log in to the Avaya P330 and
at the P330-1(configure)# prompt, type nvram init. This command reconditions the G700
software so new IP addresses can be stored correctly in the software. It also clears all configuration
and administration on the G700 gateway.
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Assigning the IP Address of the Cajun Stack
Processor
You will now assign the stack IP address to the stack. This address has been provided to you on the IP
Addressing Planning Form. The command arguments you will be supplying include:
inband
—the interface of the Avaya P330 Stack processor that requires an
IP address
vlan
—Virtual Local Area Network: a defined network segment that
allows users on that segment to have priority services in sharing
information with each other.
If your network is not using VLANs, the VLAN should be 1.
Otherwise, use the VLAN numbers indicating in your planning
forms. The services computer, Avaya G700 Media Gateway, the
Avaya P330 Stack processor, and the Avaya S8300 Media Server
or local survivable processor, if present, should all be on the same
VLAN. The planning documentation specifies the vlan value.
IP address
—the unique identifier assigned to an entity on the Internet
netmask
—the subnet mask for the customer’s LAN segment
IP route
—specifies the gateway to use to get off of the local LAN segment
to distant networks
destination
—distant networks that the IP route command needs to send
packets to. Usually generalized to 0.0.0.0 for all other networks
other than the local segment.
gateway
—the gateway the ip route command specifies to get to the distant
networks
Assign the IP Address to the Stack Processor
Begin
1. Type set interface inband <vlan> <ip_address> <netmask> at the P330-
1(configure)# prompt.
2. Type reset and press Enter to reset the stack.
3. Select Yes at the dialog box that asks if you want to continue.
All LEDs will flash. As the unit powers up, self-tests will be run. When the G700 Media Gateway
or P330 stack has reset, you will login again to continue.
4. Login again at the Welcome to P330 menu.
The prompt P330-1(super)# appears.
5. Type configure to obtain the P330-1(configure)# prompt.
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Establish the IP Routing for the Stack
Begin
1. Type show interface inband to verify that the Avaya P330 stack server has the correct
address.
2. Type set ip route <destination> <gateway> to set the destination and gateway IP
addresses. You will find these addresses in the planning documentation. The destination is
normally 0.0.0.0.
3. Press Enter to save the destination and gateway IP addresses.
4. Type show ip route
The route net and route host tables appear. Verify that the information is correct.
End
After you have configured the Avaya P330 stack, you will assign an IP address to the G700 Media Gateway
server.
Assigning an IP Address to the G700 Media
Gateway Processor
Check the Serial Number of the G700 Media Gateway Processor
Begin
At the P330-1(configure)# prompt
1. Type session mgp.
2. At the MG-001-1(super)# prompt, type show system to list various attributes of the
G700.
A list of attributes appears, as shown in the following example:
MG-001-1(super)# show sys
Uptime(d,h:m:s): 1, 08:17:12
System Name
:
System Location:
System Contact :
MAC Address
:
Serial No
:
Model No
:
HW Vintage
:
HW Suffix
:
FW Vintage
:
-- Empty --- Empty --- Empty -00-04-0D-02-04-EF
01AL07428721
G700
00
A
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VOLTAGE(V) ACTUAL(V) STATUS
---------- ---------- ---------DSP Complex
3.4
3.359
OK
MGP
5.1
5.000
OK
Fans
1.2
0.000
OK
Media Modules
-48.0
-47.259
OK
VoIP DSP
1.6
1.570
OK
VoIP 8260
2.5
2.470
OK
Aux
-48.0
0.000
OK
--type q to quit or space key to continue-MG-001-1(super)#
3. Write the serial number on your planning document. You will need this later.
Assign the IP Address to the G700 Media Gateway Processor
Begin
At the P330-1(configure)# prompt
1. Type session mgp to reach the G700 Media Gateway processor.
When you use the session command, you will not need to login to the G700 Media Gateway.
If, after you have assigned an IP address to the G700 processor, you telnet directly to the G700
Media Gateway processor, you will need to login, and the login name and password will be
provided in the planning documentation.
2. Type configure at the MG-???-n(super)# prompt to reach the configuration level of the
command line interface.
3. If the system has been previously configured, type nvram init to recondition the processor.
The system prompts you to verify that you want to erase the configuration.
4. Answer that you want to erase the configuration.
The system reboots so that you must begin again at step 1.
5. Type set interface mgp <vlan> <ip_address> <mask> to assign an IP address to
the G700 Media Gateway.
You must reset the G700 Media Gateway processor for the set interface command to take
effect.
6. At the MG-???-n(configure)# prompt, type reset mgp.
A system prompt asks to confirm the reset.
7. Confirm that you want to reset.
The G700 Media Gateway processor will reset. The LEDs on the G700 Media Gateway and the
Media Modules will flash. These elements will each conduct a series of self-tests. When the LEDs
on the Media Modules are extinguished and the active status LEDs on the G700 Media Gateway
are on, the reset is complete.
8. Type session mgp to return to the G700 Media Gateway command line interface.
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9. Type configure at the MG-???-n(super)# prompt.
10. Type show interface mgp to verify that the G700 Media Gateway has the correct IP
address.
End
Assign the Default IP Route to the G700 Media Gateway
Begin
At the MG-???-n(configure)# prompt
1. Type set ip route <destination> <mask> <gateway>. The destination and mask
are 0.0.0.0 for the default gateway.
2. Type show ip route mgp to view the results.
3. Repeat step 1 for additional ip routes, if needed. Usually, only a default route is needed. Refer to
your planning document.
End
To complete the configuration of the G700 Media Gateway, you will establish a list of controllers. This list
begins with the IP address of the primary controller. In the event that the G700 Media Gateway loses contact
with its primary controller, it will seek to register with the other controllers on this list. These controllers are
the S8300 Media Server local survivable backups.
Up to ten IP addresses separated by commas can be entered to form the controller list.
Configuring the VoIP Resources
From the G700 Media Gateway command line interface you will assign IP addresses to the VoIP resource
resident on the G700 Media Gateway and to any installed MM760 VoIP Media Modules.
Assign IP Addresses to the VoIP Resources
Begin
At the MG-mmm-n(config)# prompt
1. Type set interface voip <number> <ip address>
For example:
set interface voip v0 132.236.73.3
v0 designates the VoIP resource resident on the G700 Media Gateway. The MM760 VoIP Media
Modules are designated according the slot (for example, v1, v2, v3, v4) in which the Media
Module has been installed.
2. Type show voip-parameters to display the table of VoIP resources.
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To assign IP addresses to the VoIP resources located on the Media Modules, use the same
command sequence to identify each one. The numbers of the resources have been assigned on the
planning forms.
For example:
set interface voip vX 132.236.73.4
where vX is the slot number for the VoIP media module.
End
Note: It is not necessary to configure the VLAN, netmask, or IP routes for VoIP engines.
The media gateway parameters are applied automatically.
Checking for IP Connections
After you have assigned IP addresses to the Cajun Stack Processor, the G700 Media Gateway, and the VoIP
resources, do the following to check for IP connections:
Check for IP Connections
Begin
At the MG-mmm-n(config)# prompt
1. Type ping mgp <IP_address>
where IP_address is the address of an S8300 or S8700 server or any other functioning endpoint
accessible on the customer’s LAN. It is recommended to ping endpoints on both the same subnet
and a different subnet.
Ping results appear on the screen, similar to the following example.
MG-001-1(configure)# ping mgp 135.122.49.55
PING 135.122.49.55: 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 135.122.49.55: icmp_seq=0. time=0. ms
64 bytes from 135.122.49.55: icmp_seq=1. time=0. ms
64 bytes from 135.122.49.55: icmp_seq=2. time=0. ms
64 bytes from 135.122.49.55: icmp_seq=3. time=0. ms
64 bytes from 135.122.49.55: icmp_seq=4. time=0. ms
----135.122.49.55 PING Statistics---5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/0
2. Check that the same number of packets transmitted were also received.
3. Type ping voip v0 <IP_address>
where IP_address is the address of an S8300 or S8700 server or any other functioning endpoint on
the customer’s LAN.
Ping results appear on the screen, similar to the following example.
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MG-001-1(configure)# ping voip v0 135.122.49.55
----135.122.49.55 PING Statistics---5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0 packet loss
round-trip(ms) min/avg/max = 0/1/0
4. Type ping mgp <IP_address>
where IP_address is the address of an S8300 or S8700 server or any other functioning endpoint on
the customer’s LAN.
Setting up the Controller List for the G700
Media Gateway
Note: After you set up a controller for the G700 media gateway, the media gateway will
reset every 30 minutes in order to contact the controller. This is normal operation,
and does not indicate a problem.
From the P330-1(configure)# prompt:
1. Type session mgp to reach the G700 Media Gateway processor
At the MG-mmm-n(super)# prompt:
2. Type configure to reach the configuration privilege level. The prompt will change to MG-
mmm-n(configure)#.
3. Type one of the following, depending on the function of the G700, to designate the primary and
secondary servers:
Table 2.
S8300
set mgc list <ip_address>
where the ip_address is the address of the S8300
G700 Media Gateway
set mgc list <ip_address>,<ip_address>
where the first address is for the first CLAN board in the
S8700 port network and the second ip_address is the
address of the second CLAN board in the S8700 port
network
Local Spare Processor
set mgc list
<ip_address>,<ip_address>,<ip_address>
where the first and second ip_addresses are for the first
and second CLAN boards and the third address is for the
S8300
4. For a G700 or local spare processor only, type set mgp reset-times transition-
point 2. This command sets the two CLAN addresses as primary servers.
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5. Type reset mgp at the MG-mmm-n(configure)# prompt to reset the G700 Media Gateway
processor.
A system prompt asks to confirm the reset.
6. Confirm that you want to reset.
The LEDs on the G700 Media Gateway will flash as the Media Gateway powers down and
powers up again. Self-tests will run on the G700 Media Gateway and the media modules.
When the G700 Media Gateway has returned to operation, the LEDs on the media modules are
extinguished, the Active LEDs on the G700 Media Gateway are steady.
At the P330-1(configure)# prompt
7. Type session mgp.
8. Type configure at the MG-mmm-n(super)# prompt to reach the configuration level
indicated by the MG-mmm-n(configure)# prompt.
9. Type show mgc to display the list of available servers and their IP addresses.
For example:
MG-mmm-n(configure)# show mgc
CALL CONTROLLER STATUS
-----------------------------------------Registered
: YES
Active Controller
: 135.9.71.95
H248 Link Status
: UP
H248 Link Error Code: 0x0
MGC List Management : Static
CONFIGURED MGC HOST
DHCP SPECIFIED MGC HOST
--------------------
-----------------------
35.9.71.95
-- Not Available --
- Not Available --
-- Not Available --
- Not Available --
-- Not Available --
- Not Available --
-- Not Available --
The Gateway will have registered with the S8300, if present, and the S8300 LED goes yellow If
the S8300 or external media server is running and has been administered properly, the Registered
field says YES and the H248 Link Status says UP. If the server is not running, the Registered
field says NO and the H248 Link Status says DOWN.
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TM
S8300 Media Server
The AvayaTM S8300 Media Server with an AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway provides the full set of Avaya
MultiVantageTM features. The S8300 Media Server can serve as the primary server or as a backup server.
The two functions are distinguished by their license files.
Table 3. Server Configurations
In this
configuration...
the Server may
be an...
Small Office
S8300
and you may also install...
Media Modules &/or a Avaya Expansion
Module
DCP phones, analog phones, IP phones
Mid-Sized Office
S8300
one or more S8300 Media Servers as local
survivable backup
Media Modules &/or Avaya Expansion
Modules
DCP phones, analog phones, IP phones
or
S8700
Media Modules &/or Avaya Expansion
Modules
one or more S8300 Media Servers as local
survivable backup
DCP phones, analog phones, IP phones
Remote Office
S8700
one or more S8300 Media Servers as local
survivable backup
Media Modules &/or Avaya Expansion
Modules
DCP phones, analog phones, IP phones
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Avaya S8300 Media Server
The Avaya S8300 Media Server will be installed in the left Media Module bay (v1). For more complete
information about the S8300 Media Server, consult “Access Procedures” in the Welcome to AvayaTM S8300
Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway.
Figure 11. Avaya S8300 Media Server
Inserting the Avaya S8300 Media Server (If
Necessary for Standalone Service or LSP)
TM
The S8300 Media Server is inserted into the G700 Media Gateway slot #1 (v1) whether it is the primary
server or configured as a Local Survivable Processor (LSP). The S8300 Media Server can only be inserted
in the slot (v1) on the left side of the G700 Media Gateway. The LED module must be pulled from its
housing to provide clearance for the S8300 Media Server.
! CAUTION:
If you are removing an S8300, use the shutdown button to stop the operating system. The
OK to Remove LED will light when it is safe to remove the S8300.
Insert the S8300 Media Server into Slot #1 of the G700 Media Gateway
Begin
1. Clear the left side of the G700 Media Gateway.
a . Remove the blank plate from slot #1.
b . Then, disengage the LED module and remove it from the G700 Media Gateway.
c . Line up the Avaya S8300 Media Server module squarely with its bay opening.
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Figure 12. Clear the left side of the G700 Media Gateway
2. Engage both sides of the S8300 Media Server module in the interior guides and guide the module
halfway into the chassis.
Figure 13. Insert S8300
3. Align the LED module in its guides and gently push it into place, keeping the LED module safely
within its guides and maintaining an even pressure to assure that the module does not become
twisted or disengage from the guides.
Guide the longer, left side of the LED module into the chassis until the shorter, right edge of the
module can engage in its guides.
Figure 14. Align the LED module and the S8300 Media Server
4. Push steadily and firmly until the faceplates of the S8300 Media Server and the LED module are
even and then push the two units into the housing together.
5. Apply firm pressure to engage the connectors.
The connector has different length pins. The long pins will engage first to provide grounding.
Medium length and short pins will provide power and signal.
6. Tighten the captive screws on the S8300 Media Server module.
! WARNING:
To prevent access to electrical hazards by unauthorized personnel and to ensure
continued compliance to radiated emissions requirements, all captive screws must
be securely tightened such that they cannot be loosened without the use of a tool.
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Figure 15. Tighten screws
LED Indicators
On the faceplate of the S8300 Media Server is a set of LED indicators that are separate from those of the
G700 Media Gateway. Also on the faceplate is a button that will shut down the software carried by the
S8300 Media Server when depressed for 3 seconds.
The LEDs flash when shutdown is in progress and remain on when it is safe to remove the S8300 Media
Server or to power down.
• The red Major Alarm indicator on the S8300 Media Server is off when the system is operational
unless a Major Alarm has been raised.
• The green Test indicator on the S8300 Media Server indicates self-testing and maintenance status.
• The yellow Active LED on the S8300 Media Server shows “in use” status, indicating that this is a
primary server or an LSP with Media Gateways registered with it.
• The green OK-to-Remove LED on the S8300 Media Server indicates that shutdown is complete
and that it is safe to remove the server or power down the system.
When the S8300 is a local survivable backup, no LEDs will be lit during normal operations. In case of a
network failure or loss of contact with the primary S8300 (or S8700), the G700 Media Gateway will register
with the backup. At that time, the red Alarm LED will light and the yellow ACT LED will show “in use”
status.
When you first power up the S8300, the red Major Alarm LED will be lit. During startup, an LED test will
run, after which all LEDs will be off. At this point, you can connect to the S8300. There will be another
flash of LEDs when MultiVantage software starts.
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Network Setup with an Avaya S8300 Media Server
Once you have established connection to the S8300 processor, you will be able to communicate from one
entity to another. To set initial IP addresses and establish IP identities, you will use a combination of
Command Line Interface commands and web interfaces.
Configuring the Avaya S8300 Media Server
You can now establish an IP identity for the S8300 Media Server. To do so, you will connect your services
computer to the Ethernet port on the S8300 Media Server and use the Web interface to assign an IP address
and other networking information to the S8300 Media Server.
The S8300 Media Server will occupy slot V1 in a separate G700 Media Gateway, its installation will
proceed in the same way as the primary installation, and the administration will be similar. Again, your
planning documentation will provide the information you will need to configure the S8300 Media Server.
Reaching the S8300 Media Server Wizards
Access the S8300 Media Server Web Page
Begin
1. Login to the web page of the S8300. For instructions, see the “Welcome to AvayaTM S8300
Media Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway”.
2. Accept the security certificates that appear in a series of notification screens.
To accept the certificate for the current session only using Internet Explorer:
a . Click Yes on the Security Alert dialog box.
To accept the certificate for this and future sessions
b . Click the View Certificate button on the Security Alert dialog box.
c . Click Install Certificate on the General tab in the pop-up dialog box.
The Certificate Manager Import Wizard guides you through the process. Accept the default
values. On the final screen
d . Click Finish.
A Root Certificate Store message may appear.
e . Click Yes to add this certificate to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.
You may not be able to store the certificate on all versions of Internet Explorer. If the browser
reports an error or hangs, access the server again and click Yes to accept the certificate for
one time only.
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To accept the Certificate using the Netscape Navigator
On the Security Alert dialog box:
a . Click the Next button to run the New Site Certificate wizard
b . Choose whether to accept the certificate for this session only, to not accept the certificate, or
to accept the certificate forever (until it expires).
c . Follow the prompts to finish the wizard.
3. Respond Yes when asked if the system should suppress alarm origination (for craft logins only).
When you have successfully logged in, you will reach the main menu.
End
Figure 16. Main Menu of the Avaya S8300 Media Server Web Site
On the left pane of the screen is a menu of options. From that menu you will choose the various functions
that you need to perform. Several sequences of tasks are organized as wizards; Configure Server is one of
these wizards. Follow the screen directions from beginning to end to complete the task. There is an
extensive online help utility that addresses each screen and the fields on those screens.
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To configure the S8300 Media Server, you will first choose the option Set Server Time/Time Zone and
Date. Then, you will proceed through the series of screens presented to you from the option Configure
Server.
Set Time and Date
Choose Set Server Time/Time Zone and Date from the menu on the left pane of the main web
screen.
Configure Server
When you have set the Date and Time, proceed to the Configure Server set of options on the left
pane of the main menu. The Configure Server page appears.
You will page through a series of screens, starting with Review Notices. The first screen, describes
the process you will be completing. The appropriate response is Continue.
The appropriate response is Continue.
The next screen is the Back Up Data Notice screen that reminds you to create a backup. On initial
installation, a backup is unnecessary, but if you are reconfiguring a system already in operation, you
will perform a backup.
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The appropriate response is Continue.
The next screen is the Set Server Identities screen which allows you to assign a hostname to the
S8300 Media Server.
Enter the hostname indicated in the planning documentation and click Continue.
The next screen, Configure Ethernet Interfaces displays information about the Virtual LANs.
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You will complete the fields for the:
- IP Address assigned to the S8300 Media Server,
- Gateway with the IP address of the default gateway of the subnet,
- Subnet Mask with the value of the subnet mask of the hosting subnet.
- Speed which should be set to Auto Sense
Then, click Continue.
The Configure Local Survivable Processor screen appears. Use this screen to allow the server, if it is
an LSP, to register with the primary controller.
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Select one of the following options:
• This is NOT a survivable remote processor.
• This is a survivable remote processor with a S8700 media server as the primary controller.
• This is a survivable remote processor with a S8300 media server as the primary controller.
For the LSP for S8700 option, the CLAN IP address can be any CLAN on the S8700 port network(s).
Assuming that there are duplicated servers for S8700, you must enter both of the S8700 IP addresses.
For the LSP for S8300 option, simply enter the IP address of the S8300 server.The Ethernet
Adjuncts screen appears.
Then click continue.
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You must enter an IP address for the UPS, if there is one, in order to trap power loss signals from the
UPS.
Click Continue.
At the External DNS Server Configuration screen, your planning documentation will indicate
whether you will supply IP addresses for external DNS servers or choose an internal DNS server.
! CAUTION:
If you configure an external DNS server, the DNS will be an extra device that, if not working
properly, can cause delays in S8300 access
Click Continue.
The next screen, Static Network Routes, would only be used if the customer has defined
additional routes for IP packets other than through the default gateway.
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Leave these entries blank, unless the planning documentation supplies routing information. Click
Continue.
The next screen, Network Time Server, allows you to set up the Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Service.
You will be able to make the following choices, according to the planning documentation:
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- Choose Disable NTP if the user does not want the Network Time Server to run on the S8300
Media Server.
- Choose This computer is a Network Time Server to enter the IP address for a single
time server.
- Choose Use these Network Time Servers to enter up to three time servers.
- Choose Enable NTP if the S8300 Media Server will be the primary NTP server. Optionally,
you can provide the address of the survivable S8300 Media Server in the local survivable
configuration
- Choose Customer-Defined Network Time Servers by entering the IP addresses of the
selected time servers and set Multicast Client Support to Yes.
You will need data from the customer’s LAN administrator to complete the fields: Trusted Key,
Requested Key, and Control Key. If a keys file is necessary, you will have to download the file to
the appropriate directory.
Click Continue.
At the next screen, Set Modem Interface, you may set up the Modem Interface IP Address for
Avaya-provided service.
The Modem IP Address is assigned by services and should be included in your planning document.
Click Continue.
The next Warning screen indicates that the data entry process has concluded and that the system is
ready to be configured.
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Click Continue.
At the Updating System Files you may watch the progress of the configuration.
When the process is complete, you will receive a notification. Click Close Window and continue
the configuration of the G700 Media Gateway on the command line interface.
You have now configured the Avaya S8300 Media Server. You may also have to upgrade software
(see Chapter 5, Upgrading/Downloading Software/Firmware ). You will then be ready to establish IP
identities for the Avaya P330 processor on the G700 Media Gateway and the G700 Media Gateway
processor.
Note: You will also have to setup the INADS alarm via a command line. Call your
service support center.
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Installing License Files
Every Avaya media server requires a current and correct version of a license file and an Avaya
authentication file in order to provide the expected call-processing service.
The license file specifies the features and services that are available on your Avaya media server, such as the
number of ports purchased. The license file contains a software version number, hardware serial number,
expiration date, and feature mask. The license file is reinstalled anytime you want to add or remove callprocessing features. New license files may be required when new software is installed.
The Avaya authentication file contains the logins and passwords Avaya services personnel use to access the
Avaya media server. This file is updated regularly by Avaya services personnel if you have a maintenance
contract. A valid authentication file must be present on the Avaya media server, or all access to Avaya callprocessing (ACP) software from any login is blocked.
License files are generated using the Remote Feature Activation (RFA) web interface. This website is
available only to Avaya services personnel and business partners. RFA contains a system record for each
Avaya Media Server. The system record is populated based on what software, features, and capacities are
purchased. The license file is transferred from the RFA system to the Avaya Media Server as described in
Obtain license and authentication files. The license must then be installed on the system using the Install
License screen.
RFA is also used to generate additional licenses over the life of the system. New licenses are needed to
support certain software upgrades or hardware additions. If the G700 Media Gateway is ever replaced, a
new license file is needed that will match the new hardware serial number for the unit.
Obtaining License and Authentication Files
A new license file and the Avaya authentication file may be installed independently of each other or any
other server upgrades. New license or authentication files are made available in the following ways:
• If you are upgrading software, the upgrade wizard will prompt for the installation of the license and
authentication files. However, if you are changing an existing license file to add new features, you
will need to use one of the following two options.
• If your Avaya Media Server is set up for remote access, Avaya services personnel can copy new
license and authentication file information directly into the FTP directory on the server. Avaya
personnel will notify you when the new files are in place as agreed (for example, by telephone or
email). To install the files, use the Install License and Install Avaya Authentication screens.
• Avaya services personnel and business partners can access the Avaya remote feature activation
(RFA) website: http:// rfa.avaya.com). They can download the appropriate files to the server using
one of the methods described below.
Note:
Before an upgrade or download, be sure the FTP directory contains no files with
a .pwd or.lic tag. Only one of these files can exist in a directory. If one exists,
move, rename, or delete it.
You can put new license or authentication files from another machine onto the Avaya Media Server using
the following web administration interface screens.
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Upload Files Screen
If a new license or authentication file was already downloaded to the services laptop or another computer on
the network:
• In the main menu under Miscellaneous, click the Upload Files to Server (via browser)
link.
• Locate the license or authentication file on your computer or network, then click Load File. Files
are uploaded to the S8300 Media Server.
Download Files Screen
If a new license or authentication file resides at a particular URL on a web server:
• In the main menu under Miscellaneous, click the Download Files to Server (from web)
link.
• Specify the exact URL, then click Load File. Files are downloaded to the S8300 Media Server.
When the files are present on the server, continue your installation procedure:
• Use the Install License or Install Avaya Authentication screen to install the new license or
authentication files.
• You may also need to upgrade software for the S8300 Media Server. To determine if this is the
case, check your Release letter for the current release/vintage of the S8300. Then see “Determine
Which Upgrades Are Needed” on page 79.
If new software is needed, follow the instructions in “Upgrading the S8300 (If Serving as the TFTP
Server)” on page 58 and “Installing Software on the S8300” on page 59.
Upgrading the S8300 (If Serving as the TFTP
Server)
To use the S8300 as your TFTP server, you must first make the software available to the S8300 Media
Server. You can use the web interface of the S8300 to accomplish this task.
Transfer Files from a CD or Hard Drive
Begin
1. Login to the web interface of the S8300 Media Server.
2. Choose Upload Files to Server under Miscellaneous on the left pane of the main menu.
3. Locate the desired file (usually the newest.tar file available) with the Browse button
4. Click Load File.
When the files are successfully transferred, the status screen will be displayed that indicates that
the software has been copied to the S8300 Media server and is available for installation.
End
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Downloading files from an external web server may take quite along time unless the customer has highspeed internet access.
Transfer Files from an External Web Server
Begin
1. Login to the web interface of the S8300 Media Server and navigate through the preliminary
screens to reach the main menu.
2. Choose Download Files to Server (from Web) under Miscellaneous on the left pane of the
main menu.
3. Type the complete URL to the file name to be downloaded.
4. Click Load File.
These files are large and can take some time to load. When the files are successfully transferred,
the status screen will be displayed that indicates that the software has been successfully
downloaded.
End
Installing Software on the S8300
Once the updated software file (with a .tar extension) has been transferred to the S8300 Media Server, it is
then available to be installed.
Install New Software
Begin
1. Choose Install New Software Release from the left pane of the main menu.
2. Select the appropriate offer from the choices listed on the Choose Software screen.
3. Click the radio button next to I will supply the license/authentication files myself when
prompted later in this process on the Choose License Source screen.
4. Continue through the Review Notices and Warning screens. Consult the online help system
when necessary.
5. Click Continue at the Begin Installation screen which summarizes the request you have
made.
6. Watch the progress of the installation on the Install in Progress screen.
The Install in Progress screen refreshes every 5 seconds or on demand by clicking the
Refresh button. The installation will take approximately 10 minutes.
7. Accept the upgrade by clicking Reboot on the Reboot Server screen.
Monitor the LEDs on the S8300 for progress on the installation. You might also ping continuously
to see when the installation is complete.
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8. Continue through the screens until you reach the Installation Complete screen where you will
click Close. You will be returned to the main menu where you must make the upgrade
permanent.
End
! CAUTION:
If the release letter indicates an upgrade is necessary, you must perform the upgrade(s) first
and defer the next procedure until the upgrade is complete.
Accepting the Upgrade
When you have successfully installed the software on the S8300 Media Server, you will have to
administer the G700 Media Gateway and the MultiVantage software for phones and other endpoints.
Then you can verify that the upgrade is successful. Verify that terminals have dial tone and that you
can place calls.
! WARNING:
When you have made the upgrade permanent, you cannot undo the installation. Test
the telephones and other endpoints before accepting the upgrade.
Accept the Upgrade
Begin
1. Verify that all endpoints have dial tone and that you can make calls.
2. Login to the web interface of the S8300 Media Server and navigate through the preliminary
screens to reach the main menu.
3. Choose Make Upgrade Permanent from the left pane of the main menu.
4. Choose Accept the Upgrade to make the upgrade permanent.
End
Performing Initial Administration
Note: This administration applies only to the primary server (not an LSP).
To continue administration of various features available to the S8300 Media Gateway with G700 Media
Gateways, you will use the SAT tools. Among many other tasks, you will use the SAT system to:
• Provide Ethernet access to MultiVantage
• Define the IP Network Region
• Add a Media Gateway
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Verifying Ethernet Access to MultiVantage
You must also establish Ethernet access for MultiVantage processes.
Verify Access to MultiVantage
Begin
1. Log in to the SAT per instructions in the “Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media Server and
AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway”.
2. Type change ip-interfaces.
Verify that the screen is populated as shown on the IP Interfaces screen.
3. The option Ethernet Port should indicate YES. The IP identity of the S8300 Media Gateway is
provided, and the Network Region is specified.
End
Figure 17. IP Interfaces Screen
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Defining the IP Network Region
You must define an IP Network Region according to the planning documentation. Use the system defaults if
the planning documentation does not specify otherwise.
Define the IP Network Region
Begin
1. Type change ip-network-region 1.
2. Assign a number to the Region field if there is none.
End
Figure 18. IP Network Region Screen
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Adding Media Gateways
When you are logged in to MultiVantage via SAT, you will be able to add G700 Media Gateways to the
system.
Add Media Gateways
Begin
1. type add media-gateway <number>
where <number> is the gateway number from 1 to 9.
2. Complete the Name field with the hostname assigned to the G700 Media Gateway.
3. Complete the Identifier field with the serial number of the G700 Media Gateway. You can obtain
the serial number from the sticker attached to the G700 Media Gateway or perform “Check the
Serial Number of the G700 Media Gateway Processor” on page 37.
4. Complete the Network Region field with the value supplied in the planning documentation.
Note: The IP Address, MAC Address, and Module Type fields are populated
automatically after the G700 media gateway registers with the server.
Figure 19. Add Media Gateway Screen
The Media Modules installed in the gateway are listed alongside their Bay number.
5. Accept the screen.
End
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Verify Changes
Begin
To verify that a G700 Media Gateway has been successfully added:
1. type list media-gateway
Figure 20. List Media-Gateway Screen
2. Verify that the G700 Media Gateway has registered.
The y in the registered field signifies that the G700 Media Gateway has registered. If the G700
should become unregistered, the y will become an n, but the IP address will remain assigned to
the G700 Media Gateway. If the G700 has never been registered, the IP Address field will be
blank.
If the G700 fails to register, two common causes might be:
- The serial number added as the identifier for the G700 is wrong. To check, log back into the
G700 gateway and type show system. Check the serial number that appears.
- There is no IP connection between the G700 and the S8300. To check, type show mgc and
then ping mgp <controller_address>.
End
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Considerations for IP Hard Phones Supported by a
Local Survivable Processor
A DHCP server hands out IP addresses to IP endpoints dynamically. Avaya IP hard phones perform a
DHCP discover request to receive an IP address, as well as receive parameters necessary to function
correctly. These parameters include the location of the call control server, the location of the TFTP server,
as well as the directory on the TFTP server from where the phone receives its upgrades.
When preparing a DHCP server to work with Avaya IP hard phones, there is an option that must be
administered to allow the Avaya phone to receive the DHCP offer. This option is “site-specific-optionnumber” (sson) 176. Different DHCP servers allow for this administration in different ways, but the sson
option must be mapped to 176. Then the option can be set up to send the information desired to the Avaya
phones for the intended activity.
The sson option should send a string. This string will include “MCIPADD=www.xxx.yyy.zzz”. MCIPADD
defines the Avaya Call Controller with which the phone will register. In an S8700 system, this address
should be a CLAN address, and in an S8300 system, this address will be the IP address of the S8300.
Multiple addresses can be administered at this point to allow for LSP failover. The second address in the
MCIPADD list should be an LSP IP address, and any subsequent addresses should be alternate LSPs. Local
LSPs should appear first in the list, with remote LSPs later in the list as possible back ups.
Also included in the sson option string is the “MCPORT=1719”. This is the port the phone will listen on for
signalling traffic to the call controller. Next is the tftp server field. This field indicates to the phone where it
is to receive firmware updates, along with the tftp directory field.
All phones for which the DHCP server has LSP A as the second address in the MCIPADD list should either
be administered to be part of the same network region, or the network regions involved should be
interconnected. On the primary controller in the ip-network-map form, a range of IP addresses can be
specified to be part of the specified network region. This is where the phones of a specific subnet or range
should be placed into the same network region. If it is not desired for all the phones receiving a controller
list with LSP A to be in the same network region, the form “ip-network-region #” should interconnect all the
network regions that contain those phones.
Completing the Installation Process
Consult the planning documentation to obtain the necessary information to complete the installation. Part of
the final process will be to:
• Complete the electrical installation
• Enable adjunct systems
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Installing the Coupled Bonding Conductor
The Coupled Bonding Conductor (CBC) provides mutual inductance coupling between the CBC and the
telephone cables that are exposed to lightning. The conductor can be a 10 AWG (4 mm2) wire tie wrapped to
the exposed cables, a metal cable shield around the exposed cables, or six spare pairs from the exposed
cable. In a high-rise building, connect the CBC to an approved building ground on each floor.
Before you begin, be sure the phone lines have cross-connected to the appropriate media module.
Install the CBC
Begin
1. Connect one end of the conductor to a telephone cable building entrance protector ground that is
connected to an approved ground.
2. Route the rest of the conductor next to the exposed telephone cables being protected until they
reach the cross-connect nearest to the telephone system.
3. Terminate the other end to the single-point ground block provided for the telephone system.
End
Note: Position the non-exposed telephone cables at least 12 inches (30.5 cm) away
from exposed telephone cables whenever possible.
Installing Circuit Protection
Over-voltage and sneak fuse protection measures are necessary for the safe operation of the C-Hawk Media
Gateway system.
Over-Voltage and Sneak-Current Protection
Out-of-building installations of telephones or other standard (tip/ring) devices/terminals that connect
to the Avaya G700 Media Gateway Media Modules require over-voltage and sneak current protection
at both building entry points. Sneak current protectors must have a maximum of 350 mA and a
minimum voltage rating of 600V. The following devices have been evaluated or tested and approved
to protect the Media Modules from over-voltages and sneak current protection:
• Avaya MM712 DCP: either 146E IROB (In-Range Out-of-Building) or 4C3S-75 solid state
protectors for surge and sneak current.
• Avaya MM712 DCP: the 4C3S-75 solid state protector for surge and sneak current.
• Avaya MM710 T1/E1: overvoltage and sneak protection for the Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media
Module is provided on the Media Module itself.
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• Avaya MM711 Analog: analog trunks use the 507B or 110-SCP-9 sneak current protectors. Overvoltage protection is normally provided by the local telephone company. Analog voice terminals
use one of the following types of combined over-voltage and sneak current protection:
- Gas tube with heat coil: 4B1E-W
- Solid state with heat coil: 4C1S
- IROB: 146C (4-lines) or 146F (25-lines)
! WARNING:
Only service-trained personnel are to install these circuit protection devices.
Connecting Telephones and Adjuncts
To administer dial plans and trunks and other features, you will use MultiVantage, as usual. Consult the
"Administrator's Guide for Avaya MultiVantageTM Software, 555-233-506".
Your planning documentation specifies the equipment you will be installing. To locate installation
instructions, use the documentation indicated below.
! WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, use only 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cords
when installing telephones or adjuncts.
! WARNING:
Attention: Pour réduire les risques d’incendie, utiliser uniquement des conductors de
télécommmunications 26 AWG ou de section supérieure.
The S8300 Media Server with G700 Media Gateways supports the following terminals:
• IP terminals 4624, 4612, 4606
• IP Screen Phone 4630
• DCP 6402, DCP 6402D, DCP 6408D, DCP 6416D, DCP 6424D, DCP 8410D, DCP 8434DX
• XM24 expansion module for 6416 and 6424 telephone sets
• 100A Analog Module Interface (consult: http://support.avaya.com)
• Avaya Self-conscious (consult: http://support.avaya.com)
• IP Soft Phone
• Switched hub (consult: http://support.avaya.com)
• EC500 Extension to Cellular
• Transtalk 9000 Digital Wireless System
• Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
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Networking an AvayaTM S8300 Media Server to Other
Switches
An AvayaTM S8300 Media Server can be a part of a larger private phone network. Connecting the S8300 into
a private network involves physically linking the systems (nodes) together with the appropriate hardware. In
addition, it normally involves activating and administering network software so that the linked systems
appear to be a single system.
ETN, UDP, and AAR
At a basic level, you can connect an S8300 with other switches with an Electronic Tandem Network (ETN).
In an ETN, each location has a switch that serves as the main switch for users at that location, but each main
switch also processes phone calls to destinations on another main switch in the network.
In a basic ETN network, your users can call users on other switches by dialing a trunk access code
(normally 8) and then dialing the 7- or 10-digit phone number of the user. In this case, you can also use the
Automatic Alternate Routing (AAR) feature on the S8300 to allow users to dial extension numbers for users
on other switches. With AAR, the switch translates dialed extension numbers into the actual phone numbers
of the target destinations and processes the calls. However, you may also use the Uniform Dial Plan (UDP)
feature on the S8300 to allow extension number dialing between main switches. UDP allows you to define a
single, comprehensive dial plan for all switches in the network. With UDP, every extension number is
unique within the network.
ISDN-PRI and IP Networks
The S8300 Media Server can connect to other switches via ISDN-PRI trunks or IP trunks. ISDN-PRI trunks
allow the private network to use public telephone networks. ISDN-PRI trunks connect to the S8300 using
the Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module. Additionally, private networking and ISDN-PRI software must be
enabled via the License File.
IP trunks allow the private network to use a private Ethernet LAN/WAN. The S8300’s processor LAN port
connects the S8300 to an IP network. Additionally, private networking, ISDN-PRI, and H.323 trunk
software must be enabled via the License File.
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ISDN/IP Gateway Connections
When one switch in a network uses IP connections only and another uses ISDN-PRI connections only, the
two switches can communicate in a network only if another switch serves as a gateway. This means that the
IP switch and the ISDN switch must communicate through gateway connections, and the gateway switch
converts signals from ISDN to IP, and vice-versa.
DCS+ and QSIG Feature Transparency
In addition to allowing users in different locations to call each other using extensions, a private network can
support additional phone features across locations as if remote users were connected to the same switch.
This feature support, or feature transparency, includes features such as call forwarding, name display, call
transfer, and call coverage (see “Private Networking, in Administration for Network Connectivity for
Avaya MultiVantageTM Software, 555-233-504” for a complete list of supported features). Distributed
Communication System (DCS), called DCS+ when used with ISDN-PRI is the standard software for
connecting Avaya proprietary switches in the U.S. Q-signal (QSIG) is an international standard protocol for
telephony that is used internationally with E1 connections. QSIG is also a protocol that allows some level of
feature transparency between Avaya systems and non-Avaya systems.
An S8300 must be enabled via the License File for specific DCS or QSIG software options to allow this
feature transparency. Additionally, the network must use UDP. DCS+ and QSIG may be used with either IP
or ISDN-PRI trunks.
Centralized Attendant Service
The S8300 supports Centralized Attendant Service (CAS). CAS allows the attendants at the CAS main
switch to support some or all of the other switches in the network. The main switch has its own listed
directory number (LDN). Other switches redirect their attendant calls to the CAS main. In a network with
DEFINITY or S8700 switches, one of those servers will serve as the CAS main switch and will support the
S8300 switch. However, the S8300 can serve as the CAS main switch if the network consists only of other
S8300 switches.
For QSIG, CAS must be enabled via the File License. Additionally, QSIG with Path Replacement does not
work with CAS.
Centralized Messaging
In a switch network using DCS+ or QSIG, a single voice messaging system connected to one node of the
network can support users on multiple switches in the network. For an S8300 in a DCS+ or QSIG network,
the messaging system must be an Intuity AUDIX system. An S8300 can host the Intuity AUDIX system on
behalf of other switch nodes in the network only if the other nodes are also S8300 systems. An S8300 host
can support up to 50 other S8300 systems.
Centralized Messaging must be enabled via the License File. The network can use either IP or ISDN-PRI
trunks.
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Switches with Which an S8300 Media Server
Communicates
The following table (Table 4) lists the Avaya switches with which an S8300 Media Server communicates:
Table 4. Switches with Which an S8300 Communicates
Switch
Networking Type
DEFINITY Server
R11si and R11r
ISDN-PRI and IP
S8700 Media Server
ISDN-PRI and IP
S8300 Media Server
ISDN-PRI and IP
S8100 Media Server
ISDN-PRI and IP
Networking Examples
DCS+ Over IP Example
Figure 21 illustrates an S8300 Media Server in a DCS+ network over an IP LAN/WAN.
Figure 21. IP Networking Configuration for S8300 With DCS+
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DCS+ Over IP Administration
For full details on administering a switch network for the S8300, S8100 and S8700 Media Servers, as well
as the DEFINITY Server, see Administration for Network Connectivity for Avaya MultiVantageTM
Software, 555-233-504. The administration for these switches is almost identical.
Switches in the IP-based DCS network require administration for the following:
Table 5. Administration of IP-Based DCS Network
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Administration Task
Comment
Establish physical connections to the
network
For the S8300, the physical connection is
simply through one of the two standard
ethernet ports.
Check that System-Parameters CustomerOptions has the correct options.
Private Networking, Uniform Dial Plan,
ISDN-PRI, DCS or QSIG, and H.323 trunks
should be enabled. If CAS and/or
Centralized Messaging are to be used with
QSIG, CAS and Centralized Messaging will
also need to be enabled.
Administer CLAN Circuit Packs
For S8700 and DEFINITY csi, si, and r only.
You do not administer a CLAN circuit pack
for DEFINITY One/IP600 or S8300.
Assign Data Modules
For DEFINITY csi, si, and r only. You do not
administer an ethernet data module for
S8300, S8700, and DEFINITY One/IP600.
Assign IP Node Names
Add names and IP addresses for each
node in the network. See also, INTUITYTM
AUDIX® LX Release 1.0 LAN Integration
with S8300 and DEFINITY® Systems.
Define IP Interfaces
Add the subnet mask and gateway address
for the S8300 processor. For S8300, PROC
is automatically populated in the Type field,
whereas C-LAN or MEDPRO are types for
other switches.
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Table 5. Administration of IP-Based DCS Network Continued
Administration Task
Comment
Administer Signaling Group
The signaling group will be Group Type
h.323. You assign this signaling group to
trunk group(s) when administer the IP trunk
group(s). You may also assign a trunk
group to the signaling group on the
Signaling Group screen after that trunk
group is administered. This trunk group will
then exclusively handle incoming IP
network calls. The TRK GRP for channel
selection must be filled out for IP trunks to
work.
On Page 2 of the Signaling Group screen,
you must administer an Non-CallAssociated Temporary Signaling
Connection (NCA TSC) extension for DCS
signaling. You must enter DCS in the Appl.
field.
Assign trunk groups
The trunk group must an ISDN group type,
tie service type, and ip carrier medium. On
Page 2, you enable the trunk group for DCS
and assign DCS signaling to the D-channel.
Administer dial plan
You must establish that the local dial plan
will be included in a Uniform Dial Plan and
begin defining the UDP.
Administer uniform dial plan
Define the UDP to match extensions with
remote phone numbers.
Administer AAR analysis
Define AAR analysis to determine which
node to send the call after UDP processing.
Administer TSC Gateway Channel
Assignment (If Gateway)-
Define a gateway for network nodes if one
of the nodes uses IP and the other uses
ISDN-PRI.
Assign Hunt Groups-
See Intuity AUDIX Administration.
Assign Processor Channels (for non-IP
connections only)
Assign a processor channel for DCS. You
must enter DCS in the Appl. field and, for
S8300, p in the Interface Link field.
DCS+ Over ISDN-PRI Example
Figure 22 illustrates an S8300 in a DCS+ network over an ISDN-PRI connection, which can use the public
switched telephone network or a private tie-trunk network.
DEFINITY, IP600, and S8700 switches use TN464 circuit packs for T1 connections and TN767 circuit
packs for E1 connections.
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Figure 22. ISDN Networking Configuration for S8300 With DCS+
DCS+ Over ISDN-PRI Administration
For full details on administering a switch network for the S8300, S8100 and S8700 Media Servers, as well
as the DEFINITY Server, see Administration for Network Connectivity for Avaya MultiVantageTM
Software, 555-233-504. The administration for these switches is almost identical.
Switches in the ISDN-based DCS network require administration for the following:
Table 6. Administration of ISDN-Based DCS Network
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Administration Task
Comment
Establish physical connections to the
network
For the S8300, the physical connection is
the MM710 T1/E1 Media Module. Other
systems require a TN464 or TN767 circuit
pack.
Check that System-Parameters CustomerOptions has the correct options.
Private Networking, ISDN-PRI, and DCS or
QSIG should be enabled. If CAS and/or
Centralized Messaging are to be used with
QSIG, CAS and Centralized Messaging will
also need to be enabled.
Administer DS-1 Circuit Packs or MM710
T1/E1 Media Module
For S8300, you administer the MM710
T1/E1 Media Module. For DEFINITY,
S8700, and DEFINITY One/IP600, you
administer a TN464 or TN767 circuit pack.
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Table 6. Administration of ISDN-Based DCS Network Continued
Administration Task
Comment
Administer Synchronization Plan
Set the stratum and board type for
synchronization.
Administer Signaling Group
Create a signaling group for the ISDN
network trunks. You assign this signaling
group to trunk group(s) when administer
the IP trunk group(s).
On Page 2 of the Signaling Group screen,
you must administer, for each network
node, an Non-Call-Associated Temporary
Signaling Connection (NCA TSC) extension
for DCS signaling. You must enter DCS in
the Appl. field.
Assign trunk groups
Unlike DEFINITY csi/si/r, S8300 can use
the same trunk group for call data and DCS
control data. The trunk group must an ISDN
group type and tie service type. On Page 2,
you enable the trunk group for DCS and
assign DCS signaling to the D-channel.
Administer dial plan
You must establish that the local dial plan
will be included in a Uniform Dial Plan and
begin defining the UDP.
Administer uniform dial plan
Define the UDP to match extensions with
remote phone numbers.
Administer AAR analysis
Define AAR analysis to determine which
node to send the call after UDP processing.
Administer TSC Gateway Channel
Assignment (If Gateway)-
Define a gateway for network nodes if one
of the nodes uses IP and the other uses
ISDN-PRI.
Assign Hunt Groups-
See Intuity AUDIX Administration.
Assign Processor Channels
Assign a processor channel for DCS. You
must enter DCS in the Appl. field and, for
S8300, p in the Interface Link field.
Considerations for QSIG
DCS+ configurations in Figure 21 and Figure 22 also apply in a network that uses QSIG. There are some
differences in the setup between QSIG and DCS+:
• The circuit packs for each node’s connection must administered for:
-
PBX connection
- Peer-master or peer-slave interface
- QSIG protocol
- ISDN-PRI signaling mode
- Sequential or timeslot channel numbering
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• The trunk group(s) for the connections must be administered for:
- ISDN group type
- b (for PSTN) or d (for private network) supplementary service protocol
- A number of other attributes enabled on Page 2 of the Trunk Group screen, depending on
QSIG services purchased
• The ISDN Numbering - Public/Unknown or ISDN Number - Private screen must be administered.
• If a gateway is used, the Route Pattern screen must be administered for:
- TSC turned on
- A Hop Limit identified
• The Feature-Related System Parameters screen must be administered for:
- Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer
- QSIG TSC Extension
- Automatic Callback
- If Intuity AUDIX used, MWI-Number of Digits per AUDIX Subscriber
- If Intuity AUDIX used, Unknown Numbers Internal for AUDIX
• The Class of Service for those using the network must be administered for:
- Restrict Call Forward Off-Net turned off
- Auto Callback turned on
- QSIG Call Offer Originations turned on
• For QSIG VALU, the System Parameters Call Coverage/Call Forwarding screen must be
administered for:
- Immediate Redirection on Receipt of PROGRESS Inband Information turned on
- QSIG VALU Coverage Overrides QSIG Diversion with Rerouting turned on
Additionally, there are special consideration for administration of CAS and Intuity AUDIX when QSIG is
used. See the “Private Networking, in Administration for Network Connectivity for Avaya
MultiVantageTM Software, 555-233-504” document for more information.
Connecting an Intuity AUDIX LX to the S8300 Media
Server
The process of integrating an INTUITY AUDIX LX system with an Avaya S8300 Media Server involves a
series of tasks to prepare the switch to work with the INTUITY AUDIX system.
The procedures for this process are fully documented in INTUITYTM AUDIX® LX Release 1.0
Documentation, 585-313-818, see S8300 and G700 Reference Library. The information is contained in a
document with the title INTUITYTM AUDIX® LX Release 1.0 LAN Integration with S8300 and
DEFINITY® Systems.
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5 Upgrading/Downloading
Software/Firmware
To obtain upgrade software for the AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway or the AvayaTM S8300 Media Server, you
may do one of the following:
• Upload the software from a CD on-site
• Download the software directly onto your services computer before going on-site
If you are upgrading a G700 Media Gateway (without S8300 or LSP), you must use an external TFTP
server. If you are upgrading a G700 Media Gateway and either an S8300 or LSP, then you will upgrade the
server first, and then user the S8300/LSP server for TFTP services. The upgraded software files have the .gz
extension. The release letter for the upgrade, which should be either shipped with the G700 or available
from your Project Manager, will tell you what exact files you need to upgrade.
You will first transfer the files to the external TFTP server or the S8300 Media Server. You will then install
the software on the S8300. Before you make the upgrade permanent, you should test for dial tone and make
phone calls. When you are confident that the installation was without error, you will make the upgrade
permanent. Then you will need to upgrade the G700.
Setting Up the External TFTP Server (If Necessary)
For G700 Media Gateway software upgrades, the customer may need to configure an external TFTP server
for software downloads. For S8300 media server software upgrades, the customer may want to configure an
external TFTP server to conserve space on the S8300. In either case, follow the procedures that follow to set
up the external TFTP server.
Note:
A Linux or Unix TFTP server should be used only if the customer already has an
existing one. In these cases, you will download the tar.gz file to your laptop and
give it to the customer for proper placement and execution.
Set Up the External TFTP Server
Begin
1. On the selected TFTP server, access http://www.avaya.com/support on the internet to copy the
following file to the server: iptel_avaya_tftp.exe.
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2. At the Avaya support site, select the following sequence of menu options:
3. Select AVAYA 4630 IP Telephone Release 1.6 and TFTP Server or latest version
4. Scroll to bottom of page to find iptel_avaya_tftp.exe
5. Double-check on the program and download it to the TFTP server. You may also wish to
download and view or print the file iptel.pdf, which provides instructions on installing the
iptel_avaya_tftp.exe for Windows servers.
6. After copying the iptel_avaya_tftp.exe file to the server, double-check it to install it, and follow
instructions.
7. When the file has been installed, open the program tftpserver32.
8. Create a folder on the TFTP server for the upgrade files (for example, tftpboot).
9. Enable the server as follows:
For NT and Windows 2000 or higher operating systems, set the following:
a . Click on System from menu bar and select setup.
The server option window appears.
- Select the Outbound tab, and enter the outbound file path to C:\tftpboot - Enter this or your
alternate tftp location in the Outbound tab.
- Under Options tab, enter 69 in the Use Port field (default).
- Select No Incoming (default). However, if you wish to copy files as a backup prior to
performing an upgrade of software, leave this field unchecked.
- Verify that you have a valid inbound path by checking the path on the Incoming tab of the
Server Options window.
- Click OK.
10. Download the G700.<release_num>.tar.gz file using the following method:
a . Access the C:\tftpboot directory.
b . Use winzip or another zipfile tool to unzip the file wrt
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Determine Which Upgrades Are Needed
1. Login to the Avaya P330 command line interface.
2. At the P330-1(super)# prompt, type configure.
3. At the P330-1(configure)# prompt, type dir.
The list of software appears.
4. Check the version number of the EW_Archive file to see if it matches the Release Letter. If not,
you must upgrade the Cajun processor.
5. Type show image version to check the P330 software version.
6. At the P330-1(configure)# prompt, type session mgp.
7. At the MG-001-1(super)# prompt, type configure.
8. At the MG-001-1(configure)# prompt, type show mg list_config.
The list of software appears.
9. Check the FW vintage number of the G700 type to see if it matches the Release Letter. If not, you
must upgrade the G700 Media Gateway. Also check if the FW vintage is an A or B. This is the
software bank. If the list shows B, you will upgrade A. If the list shows A, you will upgrade B.
10. Refer to the output in Step 8 to check the vintage of the VOIP FW for slot v0 to see if it matches
the Release Letter. If not, you must also upgrade the G700 Media Gateway motherboard VoIP
module.
11. Check the FW vintages of the media modules: MM710, MM711, MM712, and/or MM760 to see
if they match the FW vintages in the Release letter. If not, you must upgrade them.
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Upgrading the G700 Media Gateway
To upgrade the software of the G700 Media Gateway and the Media Modules, you will first need to transfer
the new software files from a TFTP server (either the S8300 server or an external TFTP server) to G700
Media Gateway processor. Consult any release letters for the most recent information and instructions for
upgrades. The release letters will be with the planning documentation.
The procedures below guide you through transferring files from the S8300 Media Server to the G700 Media
Gateway processor.
Upgrade Files to the Cajun Processor
Begin
1. Load files as described in “Setting Up the External TFTP Server (If Necessary)” on page 77 or
“Upgrading the S8300 (If Serving as the TFTP Server)” on page 58.
2. Telnet to the P330 Stack processor.
3. Login to the Avaya P330 command line interface (see the “Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media
Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway”).
4. To backup your configuration files on the G700 Media Gateway, type the following commands at
the P330-1 (super)# prompt:
copy stack-config tftp <filename> <ip address>
copy module-config tftp <filename> <ip address> <module #>
where <module#> is the location of the P330 in the stack, starting with 1, counting from the
bottom up.
For additional information about backing up your file see: http://www.avaya.com/support
5. At the P330-1(super)# prompt, type
copy tftp SW_image<file> EW_archive <ew_file>
<tftp_server_address> <Module#>
where <file> is the image file with format and vintage number similar to viisa3_8_2.exe,
<ew_file> is an embedded web application file with format similar to p330Tweb.3.8.6.exe,
and <tftp_server_address> is the ip address of the external tftp server or the S8300, and the
<Module#> is the number, 1 through 10, of the media gateway in the stack.
6. Verify that the download was successful when the prompt returns. Type show image
version.
7. Type reset <module#>
The P330 Cajun stack processor will reset. The LEDs will flash and self-tests will run.
8. Repeat step 3 through step 7 for each media gateway in the stack.
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Upgrading Files to the G700 Media Gateway
Begin
1. Login at the Avaya P330 command line interface (see the “Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media
Server and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway”).
2. Type session mgp to reach the G700 Media Gateway processor.
3. Type configure at the MG-???-1(super)# prompt to enter configuration mode, which will
change the prompt to MG-???-1(configure)#
4. To backup your configuration files on the G700 Media Gateway, type the following commands at
the MG-???-1(configure)# prompt:
copy mgp-config tftp <filename> <ip address>
For additional information about backing up your file see: http://www.avaya.com/support
5. At the MG-???-1(configure)# prompt, type show mgp bootimage to determine which
disk partition is running. You will update the bank that is not running. For example, if the G700
vintage listed when you performed “Determine Which Upgrades Are Needed” on page 79 showed
A, you will upgrade B.
6. At the MG-???-1(configure)# prompt, type
copy tftp mgp-image <bank> <filename> <tftp_server_address>
to transfer the mgp image from the tftp server to the G700. <bank> is the bank that is not running.
For example, if the G700 vintage listed when you performed “Determine Which Upgrades Are
Needed” on page 79 showed A, you will upgrade B. <filename> will begin with mgp and will be
similar to a name like mgp_230_0.bin. <tftp_server_address> is the ip address of the external
tftp server or the S8300. See the following example: copy tftp mgp-image a
mgp_230_0.bin 195.123.49.54.
The screen will show the progress.
7. Verify that the download was successful when the prompt returns. Type show mg
list_config.
8. Type set mgp bootimage <bank>. <bank> is the same letter you entered in step 6.
9. At the MG-???-1(configure)# prompt, type reset mgp
End
Upgrading Media Modules
Transfer Media Module Software
Begin
1. Be sure that you have checked for the current vintage of the VoIP module for the v0 slot (on the
G700 motherboard) (see “Determine Which Upgrades Are Needed” on page 79). This VoIP
module does not occupy a physical position like other media modules.
2. Login to the G700 Media Gateway processor (see the “Welcome to AvayaTM S8300 Media Server
and AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway”).
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3. Type configure at the MG-???-1(super)# prompt to change the prompt to
MG-???-1(configure)#
You will now specify (by slot number) which Media Module is to be upgraded, the name of the
new software file, and the IP address of the tftp server.
4. Type copy tftp mm-image v<slot #> <filename mm> <tftp_server_address>
where <slot #> is the slot of the specific media module as identified when you performed
“Determine Which Upgrades Are Needed” on page 79, <filename mm> is the media module
software in a format such mm712v58.fdl, and <tftp_server_address> is the ip address of your
external tftp server or the S8300.
Two or three minutes will be required for most upgrades. The VoIP Media Module upgrades takes
approximately 5 minutes. When the screen messages indicate that the transfer was complete:
5. Type show voip-parameters v0 to verify that the upgrade was successful.
6. Type reset mm v(slot#>.
7. Type show mm v<slot#> again to verify that the media module runs the new image.
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6 Connecting a G700 Media
Gateway to an S8700 Media
Server Configuration
The processor for an AvayaTM G700 Media Gateway may be an external media server. In this case, the G700
serves as a remote port network. An AvayaTM S8700 Media Server can serve as an external media server to
the G700. The G700 connects to the S8700 over a 10/100BaseT ethernet LAN or WAN (Figure 1). The
G700 is not equipped with an S8300 Media Server; although it could be configured as a Local Spare
Processor (LSP), which provides service to local users if the G700 loses its connection to the S8700.
Perform the tasks described in this section to connect a G700 to an S8700. The task descriptions assume that
other components of the S8700 are already installed and administered and that the G700 is added to serve as
a new remote media gateway.
Note: In this configuration, the license file for the S8300, if any, must be for a Local
Survivable Processor only and the configuration setup must indicate that the
configuration is for an LSP. The primary controller cannot be an S8300, but must
be the S8700.
PC with ASA,
DNM, or
Provision
LAN
S8700 Media Server
S8700 Media Server
CN-A
CN-A
10/100BaseT
10/100BaseT
Ethernet
Switch
G700 Media
Gateway
10/100BaseT
IPSI
(TN2312)
IPSI
(TN2312)
PN
PN
CLAN
(TN799)
CLAN
(TN799)
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(TN799)
OR
Ethernet
Port (1 of 2)
G600
IPLAN
/
WAN
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Figure 23. S8700 Media Server Configuration (Duplex) with a G700
Task Summary
To connect a G700 to an S8700, do the following tasks (Table 7). Some task descriptions appear at the
end of the Task List. Other task descriptions appear in other sections of this document.
Table 7. Task List to Connect a G700 to an S8700
Tasks (on the G700)
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Comments
Task 1 – Install and turn on the
G700 Media Gateway
To install the G700 Media Gateway, follow the
procedures in Chapter 2, G700 Media Gateway .
However, you do not insert an S8300 Media
Server unless the G700 has a local spare
processor.
Task 2 – Assign the IP Address to
the Cajun Stack
Follow the procedures in Configuring the Avaya
P330 Stack Processor (page 34).
Task 3 – Assign the IP Identity to
the Cajun Stack
Follow the procedures in Configuring the Avaya
P330 Stack Processor (page 34).
Task 4 – Assign the IP Address to
the G700 Media Gateway
Follow the procedures in Assign the IP Address to
the G700 Media Gateway Processor (page 38).
Task 5 – Assign the IP Route to the
G700 Media Gateway
Follow the procedures in Assign the Default IP
Route to the G700 Media Gateway (page 39).
However, do not yet perform the task “Task 16 –
Set up the Controller List for the G700 Media
Gateway Identifying S8700”.
Task 6 – Assign IP Addresses to
the VoIP Resources
Follow the procedures in Assign IP Addresses to
the VoIP Resources (page 39).
Task 7 – Determine the Serial
Number for the G700
You need the G700 serial number for “Task 15 –
Assign the G700 Media Gateway on the S8700”.
Follow the procedures in “Check the Serial
Number of the G700 Media Gateway Processor”
on page 37.
Task 8 – Configure the Avaya
S8300 Media Server (Only If G700
Has a Local Spare Processor)
If the G700 is to serve as a local spare processor,
follow the procedures in Configuring the Avaya
S8300 Media Server (page 47). If the G700 does
not have a local spare processor, go to “Task 2 –
Assign the IP Address to the Cajun Stack”.
Task 9 – Upgrade Software
Versions, If Necessary (Only If G700
Has a Local Spare Processor)
Follow the procedures in Upgrading the S8300 (If
Serving as the TFTP Server) (page 58), Installing
Software on the S8300 (page 59), and Chapter
5, Upgrading/Downloading Software/Firmware
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Table 7. Task List to Connect a G700 to an S8700
Tasks (on the G700)
Comments
Task 10 – Install License Files
(Only If G700 Has a Local Spare
Processor)
If the G700 has a local spare processor, follow
the procedures in Installing License Files (page
57). If the G700 does not have a local spare
processor, go to “Task 12 – Assign the CLAN
Node Name and IP Address”.
Task 11 – Verify Ethernet Access to
MultiVantage (Only If G700 Has a
Local Spare Processor)
If the G700 is a local spare processor, follow the
procedure in Verifying Ethernet Access to
MultiVantage (page 61).
Note: No other administration on the SAT is
required on the G700 for a local spare
processor. All phone administration, feature
administration, and so on is performed on the
S8700. The S8700 then downloads this
information to the local spare processor
automatically.
Tasks (on the S8700)
“Task 12 – Assign the CLAN Node
Name and IP Address” on page 86
This task assigns a node name and IP address to
the CLAN circuit pack(s) that connect to the G700
Media Gateway. The Node Names screen is on
the S8700 switch.
The node names and IP addresses in any
network should be assigned in a logical and
consistent manner from the point of view of the
whole network. If possible, these names and
addresses should be assigned in the planning
stages of the network and should be available
from the customer system administrator or an
Avaya representative.
“Task 13 – Define the IP Interfaces
of the S8700 Port Network CLAN
Boards” on page 87
The IP interface for the C-LAN board on the
switch must be defined on the IP Interfaces
screen.
Task 14 – Determine the Network
Region for the G700
You will need to know the Network Region to
which you will assign the G700. Follow the
procedures in “Defining the IP Network Region”
on page 62. Use the commands list ipnetwork-region and change ip-networkregion <region-number>.
“Task 15 – Assign the G700 Media
Gateway on the S8700” on page 88
This task administers the G700 Media Gateway at
the S8700, and may be performed prior to the
physical installation of the Media Gateway at the
customer’s site.
Tasks (on the G700)
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Table 7. Task List to Connect a G700 to an S8700
Tasks (on the G700)
Comments
Task 16 – Set up the Controller List
for the G700 Media Gateway
Identifying S8700
Follow the procedures in Setting up the Controller
List for the G700 Media Gateway (page 41).
Task 17 – Resolve Alarms
See Maintenance for the AvayaTM S8700 Media
Server for Multi-Connect Configurations, 555233-143
“Task 18 – Check System Status”
on page 90
On the S8700, use the command list mediagateways.
Task 12 – Assign the CLAN Node Name and IP Address
Begin
1. At the switch, initiate a SAT session.
2. Enter change node-names ip to open the Node Names screen.
3. Go to page 2.
change node-names ip
Page 2 of 2
NODE NAMES
Name
IP Address
Name
default_________ 0__.0__.0__.0__
node-1
IP Address
_______________
___.___.___.___
__ 192.168.1 _.124
_______________
___.___.___.___
192.168.1 _.97
_______________
___.___.___.___
node-2___
node-4__________ 192.168.1 _.51_
__________
. . _. _
_______________
_______________
___.___.___.___
___.___.___.___
4. Enter the appropriate values for the Media Gateway (node-4 in this example).
Field
Conditions/Comments
Name
The node names for the following two nodes were already on the
screen:
• node-1: C-LAN Ethernet port on the S8700 switch.
• node-2: Interface on the router to the subnet of the S8700
switch.
IP
Address
86
The unique IP address for the C-LAN node named in the previous
field. See the description of the Subnet Mask field in the next task
for information on valid IP addresses.
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5. Submit the screen.
End
Task 13 – Define the IP Interfaces of the S8700 Port Network CLAN Boards
Begin
1. Enter display ip-interfaces to open the IP Interfaces screen.
display ip-interfaces
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IP Interfaces
Enable
Net
Eth Pt Type Slot Code Sfx Node Name
Subnet Mask
Gateway Addr
y C-LAN 01c08 TN799 DP node-1
255.255.0.0
192.168.1_.97_ 1
n
255.255.255.0
n
255.255.255.0
n
255.255.255.0
Rgn
Note: On a pre-existing system, no changes in values are necessary. The field definitions are
explained in the table below:
Field
Conditions/Comments
Enable Eth Pt
The Ethernet port must be enabled (y) before it can be used.
The port must be disabled (n) before changes can be made to
its attributes on this screen.
Type
Either c-lan.
Slot
The slot location for the circuit pack.
Code
Display only. This field is automatically populated with TN799
for C-LAN.
Sfx
Display only. This field is automatically populated.
Node name
The unique node name for the IP interface. The node name
here must already be administered on the Node Names
screen.
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Field
Subnet Mask
Conditions/Comments
The subnet mask associated with the IP address for this IP
interface.
For more information on IP addresses and subnetting, see
Administration for Network Connectivity for Avaya
MultiVantageTM Software, 555-233-504.
Gateway Addr
The address of a network node that serves as the default
gateway for the IP interface.
Net Rgn
The region number for this IP interface.
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2. Close the screen.
Task 15 – Assign the G700 Media Gateway on the S8700
Begin
1. Enter add media gateway x or next to open the Media Gateway administration screen.
Note: The parameter x is a value between 1-X, where X is the maximum number of Media
Gateways supported by the switch, 250 for S8700. The entry next is a valid entry that returns the next
available number to be administered.
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MEDIA-GATEWAY
Number: ____
Name: ____________________________ Identifier: 85512313___________________
IP Address: ___________________________ MAC Address: _______________________
Network Region: ____
Location: _1
Site Data: ___________________________
___________________________
Slot
Module Type
V1:
#___________
V2:
___________
V3:
___________
V4:
___________
V8:
V9
’#’ indicates module type conflict
2. Enter values in the five administrable fields: Name, Identifier, Network Region, Location, and
Site Data.
Field
Conditions/Comments
Number
Media Gateway number 1-X, where X is the maximum
number of Media Gateways supported by the specific
communications controller.
Name
A twenty character open field for customer naming of the
Media Gateway. Default is blank.
Identifier
The serial number of the G700 gateway. See “Check the
Serial Number of the G700 Media Gateway Processor” on
page 37. Default is blank.
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Field
Conditions/Comments
IP Address
A fifteen character display-only field containing the IP
address of the Media gateway. This field shall return a blank
field until the Media Gateway registers for the first time.
MAC Address
A seventeen character display-only field containing the MAC
address of the Media Gateway. This field shall return a blank
field until the Media Gateway registers for the first time.
Network Region
A two to three character field for use by the S8700 to allocate
resources from the nearest media gateway (up to 250). See
“Task 14 – Determine the Network Region for the G700”.
Default is blank.
Location
A two character field, referring to a timezone offset, day-light
savings rule, and number plan area code. Default is 1.
Site Data
Two lines of twenty characters each for general site
information.
Slot V1 - V4
The G700 Media Gateway Media Modules shall be listed by
Slots V1-V4.
Module Type
The Media Modules shall be one of six types: analog, bri,
dcp, icc, voip, or ds1. Both the S8300 and Local Spare
Processor are designated using icc in the Module Type field.
Default for the Module Type field is blank.
Slots V8 and V9
Normally, you leave these fields blank.’Virtual’ Media
Modules (analog messaging and gateway announcements)
are listed in Slots V8 and V9, respectively.
’#’
If a conflict exists between an administered and an inserted
media module, this condition displays the message “’#’
indicates module type conflict”.
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3. Submit the screen.
End
Task 18 – Check System Status
Begin
1. On the S8700, type list media-gateways.
2. Check that the G700 you just added appears on the list.
3. On the S8700, type change media-gateway x to verify that the G700 is registered (there
will be an IP address).
4. Press Cancel.
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Appendix A: Technical
Information
This appendix collects some of the detailed technical information you will need to install the Avaya S8300
Media Server with G700 Media Gateway. More complete information can be found in “Avaya
MultiVantageTM Solutions Hardware Guide, 555-233-200”.
Avaya G700 Media Gateway Technical Specifications
The table of technical specifications provides detailed information on the physical dimensions and
tolerances of the G700 Media Gateway.
Table 8. Technical Specifications
Chassis Dimensions
Height
2U (3.5 in)
88 mm
Depth
17.7 in
450 mm
Width
19 in
482.6 mm
Weight empty
22.25 lbs
10 kg
Weight
34-27 lbs
16-12 kg
Required Clearances
Front
12 in
30 cm
Rear
18 in
45 cm
consistent with EIA 464 data rack
standards
Temperature Tolerances
Recommended
65 to 85 deg Farenheit
18 to 29 deg Celsius
Continuous operation
+41 deg F to +104 deg F
5 deg C to 40 deg C
Humidity Tolerances
Recommended
20 to 60% relative humidity
Relative humidity range
5% to 95% non-condensing
Altitude
Recommended
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Appendix A: Technical Information: Cabling Equipment
Cabling Equipment
The G700 Media Gateway Cables and Peripherals chart lists the types and specifications of the cables used
to connect the Media Gateway. See also “AvayaTM P333T User’s Guide”.
Table 9. Media Gateway Cables and Peripherals
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Cable
Description
Length
Length
(metric)
X330SC Short OctaplaneTM
Cable (30 cm) (Catalog No.
CB0223)
Short Octaplane cable - lightcolored, used to connect
adjacent switches or switches
separated by one Backup
Universal Power Supply
(BUPS) unit.
12 in
30 cm
X330LC Long Octaplane Cable
(2 m) (Catalog No. CB0225)
Long Octaplane cable - lightcolored, used to connect
switches from two different
physical stacks
6 ft
2m
X330RC Redundant Octaplane
Cable (2 m) (Catalog No.
CB0222)
Redundant cable - black, used
to connect the top and bottom
switches of a stack.
6ft
2m
X330L-LC Extra Long
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
(Catalog No. CB0270)
Extra-Long Octaplane cable light-colored, used to connect
switches from two different
physical stacks
24 ft
8m
X330L-RC Long Redundant
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
(Catalog No. CB0269)
Long Redundant cable - black,
used to connect the top and
bottom switches of a stack.
24 ft
8m
Stacking Sub-Module
X330STK
Stacking Sub-Module provides
two backplane links
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Appendix B: Checklists
Planning Documentation
This appendix lists necessary information for the installation of an Avaya S8300 Media Server with
G700 Media Gateways.
Planning Forms List
Customer Order Information
Completed by:
General Project Information
Site Information
Installation Location
Network Readiness Assessment
System Configuration: Lines
Extension Settings
Auxiliary Equipment
System Configuration: Default Settings
System Configuration: Lists
System Speed Dial
Disallowed Lists
Allowed Lists
Hunt Groups
Forced Account Codes
Pool Access Restrictions
Security Notification & Checklist
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Installer's Checklist
You have:
tools
laptop with 32 MB RAM
40 MB available disk space
RS-232 port connector
cross-over Ethernet cables
direct Ethernet cable
serial cable and adapter
Ethernet network connection (NIC card)
screwdriver
software
Windows 95/98/ME/XP/NT/2000 operating system
FTP Program
TFTP Program
Telnet Program
Terminal emulation program: HyperTerminal or other
TCP/IP networking software: bundled with Windows OS
Web browser: Netscape 4.7x or Internet Explorer 5.0
Ethernet connections
laptop default address and mask: 192.11.13.5, 255.255.255.252
Browser: no proxies
Terminal type: VT 100
Communications Properties: 9600 baud rate; no parity; 8 data bits, 1 stop
bit; no flow control
SSO login
Obtaining this login will require that you complete the authentication process.
You will not be able to obtain the license file or to perform remote feature
activation without the SSO login.
dial plan
IP addressing plan
List of customer-provided IP services
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Site Verification Information
Conditions
Verified by
Acceptable
(check)
Temperature
Space
Power
Approved Ground
located within 50 ft (15 m)
Supplementary Ground
Conductor (required when
Approved Ground farther
than 50 ft (15 m)
licensed electrician must
install
customer provides
approved attachment to
ground
Network Set-Up Information
Serial Numbers
S8300 Media Server:
G700 Media Gateways:
Logins
Name & Password
S8300 Media Server
P330 Stack
G700 Media Gateway
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Logins Continued
SSO Authentication Login
ftp
anonymous
email address
MultiVantage SAT tool
Set-Up for P330 Stack Processor
P330 Stack Processor: IP Information
Located in G700 Media Gateway#
Prompt:
P330-1(super)# type configure to change prompt to: P330-1(configure)#
Command
Requested Field
Information to be Entered
set interface inband
vlan
1
ip address
netmask
set ip route
destination
gateway
set time protocol
sntp-protocol | time-protocol
set time server
ip address of time server
set timezone
zone name
- <hours>:30 (offset from GMT)
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Set Up for G700 Media Gateway Processor
G700 Media Gateway 860 Processor: IP Information
G700 Media Gateway #
Prompt:
MG-???-n (super)# type configure to change prompt to MG-???-n (configure)#
Command
Requested Field
Information to be Entered
set interface mgp
vlan
1
ip address
netmask
gateway
set hostname
hostname
set ip route
destination
gateway
set mgc list
ip address
ip address
ip address
show system
serial number
G700 Media Gateway #
Command
Requested Field
Information to be Entered
set interface mgp
vlan
1
ip address
netmask
gateway
set hostname
hostname
set ip route
destination
gateway
set mgc list
ip address
ip address
ip address
show system
serial number
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Set Up for Voip Resources
VoIP Resources: IP Information
G700 Media Gateway #
Command
Requested Field
Information to be Entered
set interface voip
number
v0 for resident VoIP resource of the G700
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
G700 Media Gateway #
Command
Requested Field
Information to be Entered
set interface voip
number
v0 for resident VoIP resource of the G700
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
number (v + slot #)
ip address
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Set Up for S8300 Media Server
Location: slot #1 of G700 _______________________
Survivable Backup?
Web Interface: 192.11.13.6 (default)
Screen Title
Field
Welcome
Name
Information to be Entered
Password
Main Menu: left pane
Set Time and Date
Time & Date
Main Menu: left pane
Configure Server
Set Server Identities
hostname
ip address
netmask
gateway
Configure VLAN
VLAN ID
ip address
gateway
netmask
DNS Server Configuration
Enable/Disable DHCP
Network Time Server
Enable/Disable NTP
Disable
ip addresses of designated
Network Time Servers
Set Modem Interface
Trusted Key, Requested Key,
Control Key
leave blank
Do Not Install a New Keys File
Default
ip address
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Installation Site Information
Site Name
Main Phone
Installation Address
Shipping Address
Customer Contact
Name
Title
Phone:
FAX:
Mobile:
Pager:
email:
Off-hours contact:
Salesperson/ Account Exec
Sales/AE phone:
Other Contact Info:
Notes to installer: access procedures, safety/security procedures
Access Contact
Name
Title
Phone:
FAX:
Mobile:
Pager:
email:
Off-hours contact:
Installer Name
Date of Installation
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Stack Layout
Label each unit in the stack. Make photocopies if needed. There can be no more than 10 units per stack.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
Expansion Module
v3
v4
.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
Expansion Module
v3
v4
.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
v3
Expansion Module
v4
.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
Expansion Module
v3
v4
.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
v3
Expansion Module
v4
.
Media Gateway #
or P330 switch #
v2
v1
v3
Expansion Module
v4
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Appendix C: Equipment List
The following lists contain information necessary for ordering AvayaTM S8300 Media Server and G700
Media Gateway equipment.
Table 10. Equipment List: Avaya S8300 Media Server with G700 Media
Gateways
Avaya G700 Media Gateway
The Avaya G700 Media Gateway is a 19-inch 2u rack-mountable device with a
physical design modeled after the Avaya P330 stackable switching products. The
G700 Media Gateway contains VoIP resources, a layer 2 switch, modular
interface connectivity for traditional trunk and station access and performs the
function of a gateway/gatekeeper. It also houses four Media Module Bays as
well as a single, standard Avaya Expansion Module interface slot. The Avaya
G700 Media Gateway is designed to offer options and scalability. A customer
will be able to mix and match Media Modules, as well as stack and/or add
additional Avaya G700 Media Gateways as they grow in size.
Material Code: 170896
Apparatus Code: MGW1
Not Optional
Avaya G700 Media Gateway ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only)
ComCode
Number of Items
700018534
1
AVAYA G700 Media
Gateway
700017932
1
Rack mount screw set
(attach ears to rack)
700021769
2
Rack Mount Ears
901342105
6
Rack Mount screw set ear
to box
700051055
4
Feet
700169998
1
Tech Laptop Cable
700057060
3
Media Module Blanks
700179195
1
Avaya Expansion Blank
700179203
1
Avaya Octaplane Blank
700179526
1
Documentation, CIB 3246
FCC/Safety G700
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Table 11. Equipment List: G700 Media Gateway Power Cords
G700 Media Gateway Power Cords
Supplies Power to the G700 Media Gateway. One cord per gateway is required,
and there are various cords depending on the power required for the country in
which the unit will be installed.
Material Code: 170904
Apparatus Code: none
Not Optional
When you order this material code, a descriptive attribute will be required; the
attributes are:
Attribute
104
Option
Comcode: Description
CRD
30
405362641: PWR CORD
9X10 IN USA 17505
CRD
31
407786623: PWR CORD
98IN EUROPE 12013S
CRD
32
407786599: PWR CORD
98IN UNITED KINGDOM
14012
CRD
33
407786631: PWR CORD
98IN AUSTRALIA 15012
CRD
34
407790591: PWR CORD
INDIA P250CIM
CRD
42
408161453: PWR CORD
96IN ARGENTINA
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Appendix C: Equipment List:
Table 12. Equipment List: Avaya S8300 Media Server
Server
S8300 Media Server
The Avaya S8300 Media Server is an Intel™-based server complex that carries:
*Avaya MultiVantage
*administration and maintenance provisioning software
*20G Hard drive
*256 MB RAM
*Web serve
*Linux OS (Redhat v6.X)
*H.248 Media Gateway Signaling Protocol
*CCMS messages tunneled over H.323 Signaling Protocol
*TFTP server
The S8300 Media Server can act as the primary server of the G700 Media
Gateway, or it can serve as a local survivable backup for remote/branch
customer locations.
Material Code: 170902
Optional
ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only): 108919994
Table 13. Equipment List: Media Modules
Media Modules
Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
The MM710 T1/E1 Media Module will offer the combined features of an existing
DEFINITY DS1 circuit pack and will include the following:
*A built-in CSU
*AMI-BASIC
*Both A-law for E1 and µ -law for T1
*Line Coding: AMI, ZCS, B8ZS for T1 and HDB3 or AMI for E1
*Stratum 3 Clock compatibility
*Trunk signaling for supporting US and International CO trunks and tie trunks as
currently in existence
The MM710 T1/E1 Media Module supports the universal DS1 conforming to
1.544 Mbps T1 standard and 2.048 Mbps E1 standard
ISDN PRI is also supported for T1 or E1 revenue-associated option
Material Code: 170900
Apparatus Code: DMM5
Optional
ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only): 108919978
DEF DS1 LOOPBACK JACK 700A
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Media Modules
Provides the ability to remotely troubleshoot the MM 710 T1/E1 Media Module.
It is required for any customer with a maintenance contract and highly
recommended for any other customer.
Material Code: 107988867
Apparatus Code: None
Required for any customer
with a maintenance
contract and an MM710
T1/E1 Media Module,
highly recommend for
other customers to avoid
expensive technician visits.
MM760 VoIP Media Module
The MM760 VoIP Media Module is a clone of the motherboard VoIP engine. It
provides an additional 64 VoIP channels with G.711 compression. Each chassis
base system can support up to 64 G.711 single channel calls. If the desire is to
have an essentially non-blocking system, an additional MM760 VoIP Media
Module needs to be added if more than two MM710 T1/E1 Media Modules are
used in a single chassis. This will provide for an additional 64 channels.
This VoIP conversion resource in the G700 Media Gateway is an improved
version of the Prowler board resource and from a configuration perspective, the
two are the same. The capacity is 64 G.711 TDM/IP simultaneous calls, or 32
compression codec (G.729 or G.723) TDM/IP simultaneous calls. These call
types can be mixed on the same resource, so we say that the simultaneous call
capacity of the resource is 64 “G.711 Equivalent Calls”.
Material Code: 170901
Apparatus Code: MM760
Optional
ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only): 108919986
MM712 DCP Media Module
The MM712 DCP Media Module allows connectivity of up to 8 two-wire DCP
voice terminals. MM712 will not support 4-Wire DCP telephones.
Material Code: 170898
Apparatus Code: MM712
Optional
ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only): 108919952
MM711 Analog Media Module
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Table 13. Equipment List: Media Modules Continued
Media Modules
The MM711 Analog Media Module supports eight analog interfaces allowing the
connectivity of Loop Start, Ground Start, Analog DID trunks, and 2-wire analog
Outgoing CAMA E911 trunks. As well, the MM711 Analog Media Module allows
connectivity of analog, tip/ring devices such as single line telephones, modems
or group 3 fax machines. Each port may be configured as either a trunk
interface or a station interface.
Also included is support for caller ID signaling, ring voltage generation for a
variety of international frequencies and cadences and administrable line
termination styles.
Material Code: 170899
Apparatus Code: MM711
Optional
ComCode (for Maintenance Ordering Only): 108919960
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Table 14. Avaya P330 Equipment
Avaya P330 Equipment
Avaya P330 Stacking Sub-Module (optional)
Material Code: 108562943
P330 MOD P330 STACKING
CASCADE CABLES
Material code: 108592445
Avaya P330 CABLE OCTAPLANE STACKING 1FT
Material code: 108592437
Avaya P330 CABLE OCTAPLANE STACKING 6FT
Material code: 108563453
Avaya CABLE ASSY X330RC REDUN STACKING
EXPANSION MODULES
Material code: 108562927
Avaya MOD P330
1000BSX UPLINK 2PT
The X330-S2 provides
1000Base-SX
connectivity with two
Multimode Fiber ports
(up to 550 m,1804 ft)
with LAG and Load
Sharing
Material code: 108563032
Avaya MOD P330
1000BLX UPLINK 2PT
The X330-L2 provides
1000Base-LX
connectivity with two
Single Mode Fiber ports
(up to 5 km,3.11 miles)
with Link Aggregation
(LAG) and Load Sharing
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Table 14. Avaya P330 Equipment Continued
Avaya P330 Equipment
Material code: 108562992
Avaya MOD P330
1000BSX UPLINK 1PT
The X330-S1 provides
1000Base-SX
connectivity with one
Multimode Fiber port (up
to 550 m,1804 ft)
Material code: 108562976
Avaya MOD P330
1000BLX UPLINK 1PT
The X330-L1 provides
1000Base-LX
connectivity with one
Single Mode Fiber port
(up to 5 km,3.11 miles)
Material code: 108562968
Avaya MOD P330
10/100TX UPLINK 16PT
The X330-T16 adds 16
10/100Base-T ports. It
allows up to 64 ports in
a single switch and an
impressive 640 per
stack. Two LAGs can be
created, with up to eight
ports per group.
Material code: 108562950
Avaya MOD P330 100FX
UPLINK 2PT
The X330-F2 adds two
100Base-FX ports which
can be aggregated using
LAG to provide a 200
Mbps link for backbone or
high-speed server
applications.
Material code: 108659178
Avaya P330 MOD EXP
GBIC 2PT
The X330-G2 provides
GBIC connectivity with
an adapter for standard
GBIC transceivers.
Material code: 108659194
Avaya MOD DUAL SPD
OC12/0C3 SMF 15KM
Material code: 108659186
Avaya MOD DUAL SPEED
OC12 OC3 MMF 500M
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INDEX
A
Approved Grounds 29
Avaya Expansion Module 23
Avaya X330STK Stacking Sub-Module 24
C
Cabling
Octaplane Cables 25, 91, 92
Cajun Expansion Modules 9
CE marks 3
Circuit Protection 66
Media Modules 66
Command Line Interface Help 35
Controller List for G700 39
Coupled Bonding Conductor CBC 66
E
Electromagnetic Interference 5
Equipment List
Avaya Expansion Modules 107
G700 103
Loopback Jack 105
MM710 T1/E1 105
MM711 Analog 106
MM712 DCP 106
MM760 VoIP 106
Octaplane Cables 107
S8300 105
X330STK Stacking Sub Module 107
Equpment List
Power Cords 104
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Index-i
G
G700 Media Gateway
rack mounting 19
Technical Description 8
Grounding Connections 30
Grounding Requirements 28
I
Initial Administration Tasks 60
IP Addressing 34
M
Media Modules, available 8
P
Planning
Installer’s Checklist 94
Logins 95
P330 Stack Information 96
S8300 Information 99
Serial Numbers 95
Setup S8300 95
Site Verification 95
Planning Documentation 12
Power
AC Outlet Test 31
Connecting 33
Requirements 31
Testing the AC Outlet 31
R
Remote Feature Activation RFA 13
Restricted Access Location RAL 16
S
S8700 Media Server 11
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Single Sign-On SSO
RFA Single Sign-On 13
Supplementary Ground Conductor 16
T
Technical Specifications Table 91
trademarks 4
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