Yealink Meeting Server V10.23.0.60 Installation guide

Yealink Meeting Server  V10.23.0.60 Installation guide
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About This Guide
About This Guide
This guide introduces how to install and deploy the YMS.
In This Guide
Topics include:

Chapter 1
Hardware and Software Recommendations

Chapter 2
Port Forwarding Requirements

Chapter 3
Yealink Meeting Server Installation

Chapter 4
Configuring Setup Wizard

Chapter 5
Typical Network Deployment Methods
Summary of Changes
This section describes the changes in this guide for each release and guide version.
Changes for Release 23, Guide Version 10.23.0.60
Major updates have occurred to the following sections:

Port Forwarding Requirements on page 3
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
About This Guide....................................................................... v
In This Guide ......................................................................................................................... v
Summary of Changes .......................................................................................................... v
Changes for Release 23, Guide Version 10.23.0.60 ...................................................... v
Table of Contents .....................................................................vii
Hardware and Software Recommendations ............................. 1
Port Forwarding Requirements ................................................. 3
Yealink Meeting Server Installation .......................................... 5
Installing Yealink Meeting Server with the Existing CentOS ............................................5
Installing Yealink Meeting Server by Importing OVA/OVF Files ......................................7
Configuring Setup Wizard....................................................... 11
Typical Network Deployment Methods .................................. 13
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in Internal Network ................... 13
Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in External Network .................. 14
Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT Deployment .......................... 16
Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters Deployment: Internal Network+ External
Network ............................................................................................................................... 17
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT Deployment ............................... 20
Endpoints Registration ............................................................ 23
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in Internal Network ................... 23
Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in External Network .................. 24
Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT Deployment .......................... 25
Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters Deployment: Internal Network+ External
Network ............................................................................................................................... 26
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT Deployment ............................... 27
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Hardware and Software Recommendations
Hardware and Software Recommendations
This chapter provides the hardware recommendations of your server.
Feature
CPU
Description
Intel Xeon E5-2600 series (Haswell architecture) or similar
Xeon processors from 2012 or later, 2.3 GHz or faster.
A CPU should match 4 RAM.
RAM
Hard Drive Space
4GB/DDR3/2133MHz/ECC or higher
8GB/DDR4/2400MHz/ECC or higher
300GB or higher

Network

Gigabit Ethernet connection is strongly recommended.
In general, you can expect 1 Mbps in a one-way 720P
video call. And you can expect 2 Mbps in a one-way
1080P video call.
Capacity is dependent on server specifications. As a general
indication, using our recommended hardware (Intel Haswell,
10 cores, 2.3 GHz), YMS can connect:
Capacity


The maximum concurrent calls=total CPU
cores*frequency.
Up to extra 10 audio-only calls at 64 kbps.
Servers that are older, with slower processors, or fewer CPUs,
will have a lower overall capacity.
Linux
CentOS 7.0 and later
For example, if you want to initiate 20-way 1080P concurrent calls or 40-way 720P concurrent
calls, the following hardware is recommended.
CPU
Memory
2 Intel Xeon Processor E5-2620V4, eight cores and sixteen
threads, 2.1GHz 20M 8.0GT/s 85W or higher
8 8GB/DDR4/2400MHz/ECC or higher
If you want to initiate 40-way 1080P concurrent calls or 80-way 720P concurrent calls, the
following hardware is recommended.
CPU
Memory
2 Intel Xeon Processor E5-2680V4, fourteen cores and
twenty-eight threads, 2.4GHz 35M 9.6GT/s 120W or higher
8 8GB/DDR4/2400MHz/ECC or higher
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Port Forwarding Requirements
Port Forwarding Requirements
If the following ports are restricted in your network environment, please open these ports.
If the YMS is deployed in an Intranet, you should solve the interconnection problem between
private and public network by port forwarding. You must forward the following ports to the
public network on the router.
Field
System
SIP
Turn server
Port
UDP/TCP
22
TCP
SSH port
80
TCP
HTTP port
443
TCP
HTTPS port
514
UDP
SYSLOG port
514
TCP
SYSLOG port
5060
TCP
SIP port
5060
UDP
SIP port
5061
TCP
SIP port
5067
TCP
3478
UDP
STUN port
3479
UDP
STUN port
3688
TCP
442
TCP
1720
TCP
1718
UDP
1719
UDP
RAS listening port
1722
TCP
H.225 listening port
2776
UDP
2777
UDP
30000-37999
UDP
MCU
broadcast
service
WebRTC
H.323
gateway
H.323
gatekeeper
Media/Signali
Effect
Skype for Business
local listening port
Broadcasting server
listening port
WebRTC listening
port
H.225 listening port
(TCP)
RAS broadcasting
listening port
H.460.19 RTP
Multiplex port
H.460.19 RTCP
Multiplex port
IVR+BFCP port
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Field
ng port
Port
UDP/TCP
38000-49999
UDP
50000-60000
UDP
30000-39999
TCP
20000~24999
TCP
25000~29999
TCP
Effect
TURN Relay port
Media Proxy port
MCU conference
port
H.245/Q931 port
(H.323 gateway)
H.245 port (H.323
gatekeeper)
Q931 port (H.323
gatekeeper)
Media forwarding
15000~19999
UDP
port (H.323
gatekeeper)
60000~65000
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UDP and TCP
Skype for Business
server media port
Yealink Meeting Server Installation
Yealink Meeting Server Installation
You can select one of the following ways to install YMS:

Installing Yealink Meeting Server with the Existing CentOS

Installing Yealink Meeting Server by Importing OVA/OVF Files
Installing Yealink Meeting Server with the Existing
CentOS
Before you begin
You should check the following points:

If you want to install YMS to a virtual machine, the software and hardware recommendation:
Feature
Type
CPU
Memory
Hard Drive Space

Description

VMware ESXi 6.5 or later

Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 or later
One CPU
32GB
Not less than 20GB
If you want to install YMS to a physical machine, review the hardware and software
recommendations. For more information, refer to Hardware and Software
Recommendations on page 1.

The operation system is CentOS 7.0 or later.
For more information on how to install CentOS, please refer to CentOS 7.0.

The disk partition of mcudata folder in CentOS should be 512G and the root folder in
CentOS should be 256G.

You obtain the YMS setup file from the Yealink distributor or Yealink technical support
engineer, and the YMS setup file contains the *.tar.gz file.

The YMS setup file is saved at the path /usr/local.
If you install YMS to a physical machine, you can skip the steps to power on CentOS, and install
YMS directly.
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To power on CentOS via VMware ESXi 6.5:
1.
Log into the ESXi host.
2.
Click Virtual Machines under the Navigator.
3.
Check the checkbox of the desired virtual machine, and then click Power on.
4.
Click the thumbnail to enter the CentOS interface.
The installation of 10.23.0.60 version is introduced as an example.
To install YMS (log into CentOS as the root user):
1.
Enter terminal.
2.
Run the command as below:
cd /usr/local
tar -xzvf Apollo_10.23.0.60.tar.gz
cd /usr/local/apollo_install/
./install.sh
After you finish the installation, it will prompt “Install Success!!!”. And you will enter the
setup wizard.
Related topics:
Configuring Setup Wizard
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Installing Yealink Meeting Server by Importing
OVA/OVF Files
Before you begin
You should check the following points:

If you want to install YMS to a virtual machine, the following types of virtual machine are
recommended:
Feature
Type

Description

VMware ESXi 6.5 or later

Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 or later
You obtain the YMS setup file from the Yealink distributor or Yealink technical support
engineer, and the YMS setup file contains the OVF and VMDK file or OVA file.
To install YMS via VMware ESXi 6.5:
1.
Log into the ESXi host.
2.
Click Host in the Navigator, and then select Create/Register VM to create a virtual
machine.
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3.
Select Deploy a virtual machine from an OVF or OVA file.
4.
Click Next to continue.
5.
Enter the name for the virtual machine, and then upload the OVF and VMDK file or OVA file.
(Take the OVF and VMDK file as an example)
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Click Next to continue.
7.
Select the default destination datastore for the virtual machine configuration files and all of
the virtual disks.
8.
Click Next to continue.
9.
Select VM Network from the pull-down list of VM Network, and then mark the radio box
of Thin in the Disk provisioning field.
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10. Click Next to continue.
11. Click Finish.
You can view the progress of uploading the files in the Recent tasks list.
After the files are uploaded successfully, the installation is completed.
12. Click Virtual Machines in the Navigator.
13. Check the checkbox beside the virtual machine you created, and then click Power on.
14. Click the thumbnail to enter the virtual machine interface.
15. After the virtual machine starts successfully, open a Web browser.
16. Enter “127.0.0.1” in the address bar, and then press the Enter key to enter the setup wizard.
Related topics:
Configuring Setup Wizard
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Configuring Setup Wizard
Configuring Setup Wizard
You can configure network, time/time zone, username/password, license and SMTP settings
quickly.
When you finish the configuration of the current page in the setup wizard, click Next to enter
another page.
Before you begin
1.
Review port forwarding requirements.
2.
Install the YMS.
To configure setup wizard:
1.
In the setup wizard, configure network settings.
For more information, please refer to Typical Network Deployment Method on page 13.
Enter the native domain
name. If you fail to log into
YMS by domain name, you should
use the IP address of YMS to log
in.
Specify routing rules for external
network.
Specify routing rules for all
network segments in your
enterprise.
2.
Set the time and time zone.
3.
Edit the login password and email of enterprise administrator.
The email is used to edit login password and receive a warning from the server.
4.
Enter the video license number to activate the video license.
You need purchase the video license number from Yealink.
5.
Set SMTP mailbox.
The SMTP mailbox is used to send emails to users. For example, you can send account
information to users by emails.
6.
Click OK to complete the setup wizard.
Related topics:
Port Forwarding Requirements
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Typical Network Deployment Methods
Typical Network Deployment Methods
The YMS supports dual network adapters, you can configure the network in setup wizard
according to the actual enterprise network condition.
This chapter provides 5 typical network deployment methods.
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in
Internal Network
If you register YMS accounts, place a point-to-point single call or join video conferences in the
internal network, you can deploy the YMS by this method.
You just need configure the internal network adapter via YMS to finish the deployment.
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To configure internal network settings via YMS:
1.
Log into YMS, and then configure internal network settings.
2.
Click Next to save the network settings.
Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in
External Network
If you register YMS accounts, place a point-to-point single call or join video conferences in the
public network, you can deploy the YMS in public network by this method.
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You just need configure the external network adapter via YMS to finish the deployment.
To configure external network settings via YMS:
1.
Log into YMS, and then configure external network settings.
2.
Click Next to save the network settings.
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Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT
Deployment
To ensure the YMS security and maintain internal network, you can deploy the YMS in internal
network. And you should configure static NAT by address forwarding on the router so that users
in external network can access to the YMS.
Note
This deployment does not support the users in internal network to sign into the YMS, otherwise
when you place a call, a black screen may occur.
You just need configure the external network adapter via YMS to finish the deployment.
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To configure external network settings via YMS:
1.
Log into YMS, and then configure external network settings.
The NAT IP address is consistent with the address configured on the router by static NAT.
2.
Click Next to save the network settings.
Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters Deployment:
Internal Network+ External Network
If you register YMS accounts, place a point-to-point single call or join video conferences in the
internal network and public network, you can deploy the YMS by this method.
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You need configure the internal and external network adapter via YMS to finish the deployment.
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To configure internal and external network settings via YMS:
1.
Log into YMS, and then configure internal and external network settings.
2.
Click Next to save the network settings.
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Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT
Deployment
To ensure the YMS security and maintain internal network, you can deploy the YMS in internal
network. And you should configure static NAT by address forwarding on the router so that users
in external network can access to the YMS.
You need configure the internal and external network adapter via YMS to finish the deployment.
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To configure internal and external network settings via YMS:
1.
Log into YMS, and then configure internal and external network settings.
The NAT IP address is consistent with the address configured on the router by static NAT.
2.
Click Next to save the network settings.
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Endpoints Registration
Endpoints Registration
When users register YMS accounts on endpoints, the domain name of YMS needs to be resolved
by endpoints. If endpoints cannot resolve the domain name of YMS, the IP address which the
domain name of YMS is resolved into is needed in the outbound server address field.
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in
Internal Network
Users in internal network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
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Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter Deployment in
External Network
Users in external network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
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Endpoints Registration
Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT
Deployment
Users in external network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
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Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters Deployment:
Internal Network+ External Network
Users in internal network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
Users in external network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
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Endpoints Registration
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT
Deployment
Users in internal network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
Users in external network register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop.
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