Wave SIP Trunk Configuration Guide

Wave SIP Trunk
Configuration Guide
FOR BROADVOX
Last updated 1/7/2014
Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
Special Notes ................................................................................................................................................ 1
Before you begin ........................................................................................................................................... 1
Required SIP trunk provisioning and configuration information ................................................................ 1
Wave Server requirements ........................................................................................................................ 2
Router requirements .................................................................................................................................. 3
Configuring SIP trunks for Broadvox ............................................................................................................. 5
Enabling SIP trunking on the Wave Server ............................................................................................... 5
Creating a new signaling control point (SCP) ............................................................................................ 6
Creating a new SCP and setting up inbound routing ............................................................................. 6
Setting up inbound routing for the new SCP ......................................................................................... 7
Adding a rule to the inbound routing table for the new SCP ................................................................. 8
Setting up Caller ID for the new SCP .................................................................................................... 9
Configuring SIP settings for the new SCP ........................................................................................... 10
Configuring bandwidth management zones ............................................................................................ 14
Configuring the Home zone ................................................................................................................. 14
Configuring the Remote Default zone.................................................................................................. 15
Configuring outbound routing for SIP calls .............................................................................................. 16
Allocating VoIP resources ....................................................................................................................... 19
Making a test call ........................................................................................................................................ 19
Setting up emergency 911 service .............................................................................................................. 20
Configuring a backup proxy server ............................................................................................................. 20
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Overview
This guide describes how to configure SIP trunks on the Wave Server when you are using SIP trunking
from Broadvox LLC.
Throughout this guide, “your ITSP” refers specifically and only to Broadvox.
SIP trunk configuration consists of the following tasks:
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Enable SIP trunking on the Wave Server.
Create a new signaling control point (SCP) for your ITSP.
Configure bandwidth management zones.
Configure outbound routing for SIP calls.
Allocate VoIP resources.
Optional configuration tasks include:
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Set up emergency 911 service.
Configure a backup proxy server to maintain SIP trunk service if the primary SIP proxy server
fails, your ITSP has provided you with backup proxy server configuration information.
Special Notes
Wave Software Version 4.0
 Does not support RTCP.
 Codec support: The system is configured for G.729 and G.711 codecs, with G.729 being the top
Priority codec. However reINVITEs from Wave contain G711 as the top priority codec. Issue
resolve when hotfixes No 18, 22 & 23 are applied.
 Diversion header is not supported (in Call forwarding scenarios).
 Off net blind transfer - No Ringback tone to external caller (Ref JIRA TM-10/12)
 Fax (G711 and T.38): This configuration does NOT support fax, for workarounds use
Analog/T1/ISDN trunks or see Wave Manuals for more information.
 Backup proxy server configuration not supported (page 12/20) (Ref JIRA TM-125), for
workaround setup backup SCP & backup secondary outbound routing table.
Before you begin
Required SIP trunk provisioning and configuration information
Before you begin, make sure that you have obtained the following information from your ITSP:
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Proxy server information:
Registrar Server:
Proxy Server:
nd01-03.fs.broadvox.net
nd01-03.fs.broadvox.net
Outbound proxy1 _____________________________________________________
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Outbound proxy2 _____________________________________________________
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Pilot Identity Bulk Registration Credentials:
Username ___________________________________________________________
Password ___________________________________________________________
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SIP Domain Name:
____________________________________________________________________
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SIP codec to use:
___________________________________________________________________
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DID phone numbers:
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
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Technical support contact information
___________________________________________________________________
Wave Server requirements
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Wave ISM version: Verify that the Wave Server is running one of following versions :
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Wave 4.0 base version
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Wave 3.0 + Feature Pack 1 or higher
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Wave ISM 2.5 + HotFix 16 or higher
o
Wave ISM 2.0 Service Pack 1 + HotFix 24 or higher
Wave licensing: Add the following Wave licenses, in addition to any other Wave licenses
required to support your configuration:
o
o
Wave IP User license. Depending on the IP phones that you use, you will need one or
more of the following types of licenses:
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Wave IP User – Edge IP and ViewPoint Phone license: For Edge 5000-series
IP phones or the ViewPoint Softphone.
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Wave IP User – Certified Third Party IP Phone license: For supported Aastra
or Edge 1500-series IP phones
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Wave IP User – Generic Third Party IP Phone: For third-party IP phones.
Wave SIP Trunk license
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o
o
Wave IP Gateway license
Registry: Add setting the ReinviteAfterUpdate Registry setting to 1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Vertical
Networks\InstantOffice\IpTelephony\Sip\SCP\scpname
Router requirements
You can use any NAT router with a DMZ option as a default gateway for Wave and all IP phones.
Wave registers with your ITSP and handles all inbound and outbound calls over the SIP trunks.
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The following information assumes that you are using a Linksys RV042 router. If you are using a
different router, equivalent configuration settings should be available.
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Network settings:
LAN IP:
WAN IP:
DMZ IP:
Mode:
DNS:
DDNS:
DMZ Host:
IP address ON of router (LAN)
IP address ON of router WAN I/f
0.0.0.0
Gateway
Provided by your ISP or ITSP
OFF
Wave IP address
Firewall settings:
SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection):
DoS (Denial of Service):
Block WAN Request:
ON
ON
ON
VPN settings:
Tunnel(s) Used:
Tunnel(s) Available:
0
50
No VPN Group is defined.
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Configuring SIP trunks for Broadvox
The steps and screenshots in this guide reflect the configuration process on a Wave 4.0 Server. Since the
Wave user interface has been modified over time, if you are configuring SIP trunking on an earlier version
of Wave, if necessary see Chapter 6 in the Wave Global Administrator Guide for that version for specific
details.
Enabling SIP trunking on the Wave Server
1. Start the Wave Global Administrator Management Console. Click IP Telephony, located in the
PBX Administration section.
2. Expand Signaling Protocols in the left pane and then click SIP. Select the SIP Enabled
checkbox. SIP Local IP Address is selected automatically.
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Creating a new signaling control point (SCP)
This section describes how to create a new SCP and then:
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Set up inbound routing.
Add a rule to the inbound routing table.
Set up Caller ID.
Configure SIP settings.
Creating a new SCP and setting up inbound routing
1. Expand Call Routing in the left pane and choose Signaling Control Points.
2. Click New.
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3. In the Signaling Control Point dialog, enter a Name for the new SCP, for example “Broadvox”.
(When you configure outbound call routing, this name will appear in the Routing Table as “IP”, a
vertical bar (|), and the name you enter here, for example “IP|Broadvox”.)
You can enter alphanumeric characters as well as the following special characters:
„~!#$%&*()-=+|{};:“,./<>?
Setting up inbound routing for the new SCP
1. On the Inbound Routing tab, for Intercept Destination, select the extension from the drop-down
list to which any incoming call from this SCP that is not matched in the Inbound Routing Table will
be directed.
2. For Access Profile for Tandem Calls, select the access profile to apply to calls received from
this SCP that will be connecting to another trunk. (Access profiles identify the different calling
privileges that can be associated with SCPs, and can also be associated with extensions, trunk
groups, and digital connections. For more information, see “Configuring specific access profiles”
in Chapter 9 in the Wave Global Administrator Guide.)
If you are not sure which access profile to choose, you can select the “Unrestricted” profile.
Warning! If you have not modified the default “Unrestricted” access profile, selecting
“Unrestricted” here could leave your system vulnerable to hackers who are able to identify your
Tandem Access Profile number.
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Adding a rule to the inbound routing table for the new SCP
1. Still on the Inbound Routing tab, click Edit Inbound Routing Table.
2. In the Inbound Routing Table dialog, verify that Route By Source or Dialed Number is selected.
(This setting lets you decide how calls from this SCP get routed based on the DID digits the caller
dialed.)
3. Click Add to add a new rule to the table for the DID numbers provided to you by your ITSP.
4. For each DID number, double-click in the following columns in the new rule:
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For Dialed Number, enter one of the DID numbers provided by your ITSP. You can enter
the entire 10-digit number, or use “x” characters as wildcards.
For Destination, enter the extension or external phone number to which calls with this DID
number will be routed. This number is interpreted as if dialed from an internal station, so for
an external number, be sure to enter the external access digit as defined in the First Digit
Table.
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5. Click OK to save your changes to the Inbound Routing table.
Setting up Caller ID for the new SCP
1. Still in the Signaling Control Point dialog, select the Outbound Routing tab.
2. Choose one of the Caller ID formats to send on outbound calls to this SCP. (Note that your ITSP
may not support all of the listed formats.)
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Configuring SIP settings for the new SCP
1. Still in the Signaling Control Point dialog, select the SIP Settings tab.
2. Enter the following information:
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For User Name, enter the main telephone number (also known as “Pilot Identity”) provided
by your ITSP, for example “4084180145”.
For Proxy Server, enter the DNS name or IP address of the proxy server provided by your
ITSP.
For Port, leave the default port number, “5060”.
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3. In the Inbound/Outbound Settings section:
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Select the SCP is located outside of Wave’s network checkbox.
Select Register with a Proxy/Registrar.
4. In the Authentication Settings section:
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Select the Authentication Required checkbox.
Enter the Authentication Name and Password provided by your ITSP.
5. In the Registration Settings section:
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Select the Registration Required checkbox.
Enter the Registrar Server DNS name or IP address provided by your ITSP. (Typically, this
is the same as the Proxy Server address that you entered above.)
For Registrar Port number, enter “5060”.
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6. Click Advanced Settings.
7. If your ITSP has provided you with backup proxy server configuration information, do the
following:
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Select the Enable Outbound Proxy checkbox, and then enter the Outbound Proxy Server
and Outbound Proxy Server Port (not supported Ref. JIRA TM-125).
 Select the Monitor SIP Trunks checkbox, and then specify a Keep Alive Timer and
Recovery Timer value in seconds.
For more about using a backup proxy server, including an additional required configuration step,
see “Configuring a backup proxy server” on page 20.
8. In the SIP Trunk Transfer Options section, deselect both of the following:
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Attempt Hairpin Elimination on Supervised Transfer
Attempt Hairpin Elimination on Blind Transfer
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9. Leave all other advanced settings at their default values, unless instructed otherwise by your
Wave provider. Click OK to save your changes, and exit the Signaling Control Point dialog.
10. Back on the main IP Telephony screen, select the new SCP and change the Route Step
Timeout (at the top of the screen) to 20 seconds. This setting adjusts the amount of time that the
system waits on this SCP before trying the next step in the outbound routing table, to allow for
network or other delays.
11. Click Apply to save your changes. Do not exit IP Telephony yet.
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Configuring bandwidth management zones
Configuring the Home zone
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Expand Bandwidth Management in the left pane and click Zones.
In the Zone Name list, select “Home” and then click Edit.
In the Bandwidth Management dialog, select the IP Address Ranges tab.
Review the IP Address Range for the Home zone and make corrections if necessary. Leave all
other values on this tab unchanged---these are expert settings that should not be modified unless
you are instructed to do so by your Wave technical support representative.
5. On the Inter-Zone Codecs tab, do the following:
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Make sure that the VoIP codec to use with your ITSP is in the Step 1 position. To change a
codec‟s position in the list, select it and then click Up or Down.
Optionally, for each codec select the Silence Suppression checkbox.
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6. On the Intra-Zone Codecs tab, make the same changes that you did in the previous step.
7. Click OK to save your changes, but don‟t exit IP Telephony yet.
Configuring the Remote Default zone
All IP addresses outside of the Home zone are automatically in the Remote Default zone.
1. In the Zone Name list, select “Remote Default” and then click Edit.
2. On the Inter-Zone Codecs tab, do the following:
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Make sure that the VoIP codec to use with your ITSP is in the Step 1 position. To change a
codec‟s position in the list, select it and then click Up or Down.
Optionally, for each codec select the Silence Suppression checkbox.
3. On the Intra-Zone Codecs tab, make the same changes that you did in the previous step.
4. Click OK to exit the Bandwidth Management dialog.
5. Click Apply to apply all your changes, and then click Done to exit IP Telephony.
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Configuring outbound routing for SIP calls
1. In the Global Administrator Management Console, click Outbound Routing in the Trunk
Administration section.
2. In the Outbound Routing dialog, select the “Unrestricted” access profile and then click Edit.
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3. The Access Profile dialog opens. On the Area Code Table tab, click Add.
A new entry is added at the bottom of the Area Code list:
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4. Double-click in the following columns:
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For Area Code, enter “Default”.
Leave Office Code Range set to “Default”.
For Routing Table, select “(New Routing Table)” from the drop-down list.
5. The Routing Table dialog opens. Enter a name for the new Routing Table entry, for example
“Broadvox”.
6. Click Add to add a new route.
7. Click in the Destination column and select “IP|Broadvox” from the drop-down list.
8. Leave all of the other default settings unchanged, and click OK to save the new route.
9. Click Apply to save your changes, and then click Done to exit Outbound Routing.
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Allocating VoIP resources
1. In the Global Administrator Management Console, click Resource Management, located in the
PBX Administration section.
2. Expand IP Telephony Resources / Voice Over IP Group in the left pane.
3. Select the appropriate Low Bit Rate G.729A/G.711 or Standard Bit Rate G.711 resource, and
then allocate the number of VoIP resources to use by selecting a value from the drop-down list.
(You only need to allocate VoIP resources to one codec.)
4. Click Apply to apply your changes, and then click Done to exit Resource Management.
This completes the SIP trunk configuration process. Contact your Wave provider if you have any further
questions.
Making a test call
To verify that your SIP trunks are configured correctly:
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Make an outbound call to an external number from a Wave phone, answer the call and verify
that there is a two-way voice path.
Make an inbound call to a DID number from outside the Wave network, for example from a
cell phone. Answer the call and verify that there is a two-way voice path.
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Setting up emergency 911 service
Consult with your ITSP‟s technical support representative for detailed guidance on how to configure
emergency 911 service. See “Setting up emergency dialing” in Chapter 9 in the Wave Global
Administrator Guide for more information.
Important!
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Ensure that all employees, visitors, and any other people who may attempt to make an
emergency call using a SIP trunk are aware of an alternate method to use to access emergency
services in the event that VoIP service fails.
If your specific configuration includes centralized trunking or multiple Wave Servers at different
locations, it is imperative that emergency 911 calls are routed to the local public safety answering
point (PSAP) that serves a specific caller‟s location.
Configuring a backup proxy server (not supported Ref. JIRA TM-125)
This section applies to you if your ITSP has provided you with backup proxy server configuration
information.
When you configure and enable a backup proxy server, if the primary SIP proxy server fails, Wave will
automatically switch to the backup proxy server to maintain SIP trunk service. When the primary SIP
proxy server becomes available again, Wave will switch back automatically.
Backup proxy server configuration consists of the following tasks:
1. Configure and enable required settings when you create the SCP for your ITSP, as described in
step 7 on page 12.
2. Edit the registry and add the following STRING registry value for the SCP you created for your
ITSP:
SOFTWARE\Vertical Networks\InstantOffice\IpTelephony\Sip\Scp\[SCP_NAME]
\OutboundProxy2
For example:
SOFTWARE\Vertical
Networks\InstantOffice\IpTelephony\Sip\Scp\Broadvox\OutboundProxy2
Set OutboundProxy2 to the fully-qualified domain name of the backup proxy server as provided
by your ITSP.
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Troubleshooting
Please see Vertical University course:
This advanced course will be available after you pass Wave advanced instructor lead training.
This course has 3 modules;

Introduction to SIP

SIP Operation
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Troubleshooting SIP
For assistance please contact Vertical Technical Support at 1-877-Vertical. Prior to contacting Tech
Support, please have available Wave Trace files, a Wireshark packet capture of the failure and a network
diagram.
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