EasySync S1-A-7001 Specifications

EasySync S1-A-7001 Specifications
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OfficeServ 7200
System Description
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OfficeServ 7200 System Description
INTRODUCTION
Purpose
This manual describes the basic overview, hardware configuration, specification, and
function of Samsung OfficeServ 7200.
Document Content and Organization
This manual consists of 4 Chapters, an Annex and an Abbreviation as follows:
CHAPTER 1. Introduction tothe OfficeServ 7200
This chapter provides a general description for the feature and main function, and brief
introduction for the system structure, interface, and programming introduce the system
structure of OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 2. Hardware of the OfficeServ 7200
This chapter describes the hardware feature, cabinet configuration, board function, and
board pattern of OfficeServ 7200. In addition, this chapter also describes various terminals,
wireless LAN equipments, and supplementary equipments, which are used by connecting
to OfficeServ 7200.
CHAPTER 3. Specifications of the OfficeServ 7200
This chapter provides the detailed specification such as the OfficeServ 7200 capacity,
electrical specification, power resource specification, and equipment specification.
CHAPTER 4. Functions of the OfficeServ 7200
This chapter describes the call function, VoIP function, data function, web management,
and the system management function as provided by OfficeServ 7200.
ANNEX A. Open Source Announcement
ABBREVIATION
Abbreviation provides the acronyms used in this manual and their full names.
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Conventions
The following types of paragraphs contain special information that must be carefully read
and thoroughly understood. Such information may or may not be enclosed in a rectangular
box, separating it from the main text, but is always preceded by an icon and/or a bold title.
WARNING
Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in order to avoid
personal injury or fatality.
NOTE
Indicates additional information as a reference.
Reference
OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual
Describes the necessary conditions required for installing the system, and the system
checking and operating procedure.
OfficeServ 7200 Service Manual
Describes the programming for the system overview, specification, hardware circuit
configuration and feature, troubleshooting, maintenance.
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server User Guide
Describes the data server, which is the OfficeServ 7200 application software and describes
the installation and operation procedure.
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Operation Manual
Describes to set the data server according to the OfficeServ 7200 function.
OfficeServ 7000 series Call Server ProgrammingManual
Describes programming methods for the OfficeServ 7000 series systems.
Installation Tool User Guide
Describes the Installation Tool which is MMC programming tool for PC.
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Revision History
EDITION
DATE OF ISSUE
REMARKS
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11. 2003.
Original
01
05. 2005.
- Modifying the brand name
(Before: OfficeServ SME, After: OfficeServ 7200)
- Modifying edit format (Deleting ED at page header)
- Modifying cover page design and overall edit format
and improving sentence expression
- Introduction: Modifying the related documents
- Chapter 1:
Modifying and supplementing the system function
Adding the system structure description
- Chapter 2:
Modifying various boards and ports specification,
LEDs of various boards
Modifying the rear side of rack, slot configuration and
option board contents
Adding RCM2, 8COMBO, 16SLI2, 16DLI2, LIM-P
and SVMi-20E board
Complementing wireless LAN base station
- Chapter 3:
Adding external rectifier
Modifying system circuit capacity, ISDN transmission
attribute and VDSL signal method
Modifying system specification
Adding abbreviation
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11. 2008.
- Changed the name of the LIM-P board to ‘PLIM’.
- Added PLIM2, 8TRK2, 16TRK,TEPRIa, 4HTRK,
MGI16, 8SLI2, 8COMBO2
- Added GPLIM, GPLIMT, GSIM, GSIMT
- Deleted 4DSL, WBS24, 4WLI, WIP-5000M due to
product discontinuity
- Added SMT-R2000 and SMT-W5100
- Deleted MCP due to product discontinuity
- Added MP20
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04. 2009
Added Turkey RoHS announcement
04
11. 2009.
- Manual name changed from ‘General Description
Guide’ to ‘System Description’.
- Added MP20S, UNI, 2BRM, 4TRM , 4DLM, 4SL2,
4SLM, 4SWM, and OAS
- Deleted TEPRI and MGI due to product discontinuity
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
I
Purpose ...............................................................................................................................................I
Document Content and Organization...................................................................................................I
Conventions........................................................................................................................................II
Reference ...........................................................................................................................................II
Revision History.................................................................................................................................III
CHAPTER 1. Introduction tothe OfficeServ 7200
1.1
1.2
1.3
1-1
Introduction tothe System ............................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1
Major Functions..................................................................................................................1-1
1.1.2
System Architecture ...........................................................................................................1-3
Interfaces .......................................................................................................................... 1-6
1.2.1
Interfaces between the Sub-Modules .................................................................................1-6
1.2.2
Interfaces between the VoIP Elements...............................................................................1-8
Programming.................................................................................................................... 1-9
CHAPTER 2. Hardware of the OfficeServ 7200
2-1
2.1
Hardware Features ........................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Cabinet Configuration ...................................................................................................... 2-3
2.2.1
2.3
2.4
Slot Configuration...............................................................................................................2-5
Functional Boards ............................................................................................................ 2-7
2.3.1
Control Boards ...................................................................................................................2-8
2.3.2
Voice Trunk Line Board ....................................................................................................2-16
2.3.3
Voice Subscriber Line Board ............................................................................................2-28
2.3.4
Data Board .......................................................................................................................2-40
2.3.5
Voice Application Board....................................................................................................2-54
2.3.6
VMS Board (SVMi-20E) ...................................................................................................2-58
Station Phones................................................................................................................ 2-60
2.4.1
Regular Phones................................................................................................................2-60
2.4.2
Digital Phones ..................................................................................................................2-60
2.4.3
IP Phones.........................................................................................................................2-63
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2.5
2.6
2.4.4
Add-On Module (AOM) ....................................................................................................2-67
2.4.5
Keyset Daughter Board (KDB) .........................................................................................2-67
2.4.6
Door Phone and Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM) ...................................................2-68
Wireless LAN Equipment................................................................................................ 2-69
2.5.1
Wireless LAN Access Point (SMT-R2000)........................................................................2-69
2.5.2
Mobile Station...................................................................................................................2-69
Additional Devices.......................................................................................................... 2-70
2.6.1
On Hold/Background Sound Source ................................................................................2-70
2.6.2
External Units ...................................................................................................................2-70
2.6.3
Loud Bell ..........................................................................................................................2-70
2.6.4
Common Bell....................................................................................................................2-70
CHAPTER 3. Specifications of the OfficeServ 7200
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
System Capacity ............................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1
Trunk Line Capacity............................................................................................................3-6
3.1.2
Station (Subscriber) Line Capacity .....................................................................................3-6
Electrical Specifications ................................................................................................... 3-7
3.2.1
Signal Specifications...........................................................................................................3-7
3.2.2
Transmission Characteristics............................................................................................3-14
3.2.3
Line Conditions.................................................................................................................3-14
Power Specifications ...................................................................................................... 3-15
3.3.1
Power Supply Unit............................................................................................................3-15
3.3.2
External Rectifier ..............................................................................................................3-16
Rings and Tones ............................................................................................................. 3-17
3.4.1
Ring Cycles ......................................................................................................................3-17
3.4.2
Ring..................................................................................................................................3-17
3.4.3
Tones................................................................................................................................3-18
3.5
Available Terminals......................................................................................................... 3-19
3.6
Equipment Specifications............................................................................................... 3-20
3.7
Port Number Usage Detail .............................................................................................. 3-21
3.7.1
OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number ...............................................................................3-21
3.7.2
OfficeServ Solutions Port Number....................................................................................3-23
CHAPTER 4. Functions of the OfficeServ 7200
4.1
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3-1
4-1
Call Functions................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1
Dynamic IP Address Allocation...........................................................................................4-1
4.1.2
Router ALG Interface..........................................................................................................4-2
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4.3
4.4
4.5
VoIP Functions.................................................................................................................. 4-3
4.2.1
VoIP Network......................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.2
VoIP Trunk Line Interface ...................................................................................................4-3
4.2.3
User Registration................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.4
SIP Phone Interface ...........................................................................................................4-3
4.2.5
Call Log ..............................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.6
Forward Busy .....................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.7
Forward No Answer............................................................................................................4-4
4.2.8
Parallel Forking...................................................................................................................4-4
Data Functions.................................................................................................................. 4-5
4.3.1
Switches.............................................................................................................................4-5
4.3.2
Routers...............................................................................................................................4-6
4.3.3
Security ..............................................................................................................................4-8
4.3.4
Data Applications..............................................................................................................4-10
System Management ...................................................................................................... 4-11
4.4.1
Web Management............................................................................................................4-11
4.4.2
Installation Tool.................................................................................................................4-11
NMS Management Function ........................................................................................... 4-12
ANNEX A. Open Source Announcement
ABBREVIATION
A-1
I
A ~ C....................................................................................................................................................I
D ~ I....................................................................................................................................................II
K ~ P..................................................................................................................................................III
Q ~ V ................................................................................................................................................ IV
W ....................................................................................................................................................... V
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1 Service Structure of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20........................................... 1-3
Figure 1.2 Service Structure of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S......................................... 1-4
Figure 1.3 Interfaces Between the VoIP Components ......................................................... 1-8
Figure 2.1 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20.................................... 2-3
Figure 2.2 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S.................................. 2-4
Figure 2.3 Front View of the MP20 ................................................................................... 2-11
Figure 2.4 Front View of the MP20S................................................................................. 2-14
Figure 2.5 Front View of the LCP ..................................................................................... 2-15
Figure 2.6 Front View of the TEPRIa ................................................................................ 2-16
Figure 2.7 Front View of the UNI ...................................................................................... 2-18
Figure 2.8 Option board of the UNI (Voice Trunk Line) ...................................................... 2-19
Figure 2.9 Option Boards of the UNI (Voice Subscriber).................................................... 2-20
Figure 2.10 Front View of the 8TRK ................................................................................. 2-21
Figure 2.11 Front View of the 8TRK2................................................................................ 2-22
Figure 2.12 Front View of the 16TRK ............................................................................... 2-23
Figure 2.13 Front View of the 4HTRK............................................................................... 2-24
Figure 2.14 Front View of the 4BRI .................................................................................. 2-25
Figure 2.15 2BRM ........................................................................................................... 2-27
Figure 2.16 4TRM ........................................................................................................... 2-28
Figure 2.17 Front View of the 8SLI ................................................................................... 2-29
Figure 2.18 Front View of the 16SLI ................................................................................. 2-29
Figure 2.19 Front View of the 8SLI2 ................................................................................. 2-30
Figure 2.20 Front View of the 8DLI................................................................................... 2-31
Figure 2.21 Front View of the 16DLI................................................................................. 2-32
Figure 2.22 Front View of the 8HYB ................................................................................. 2-33
Figure 2.23 Front View of the 8COMBO ........................................................................... 2-34
Figure 2.24 Front View of the 8COMBO2 ......................................................................... 2-34
Figure 2.25 Front View of the 16SLI2 and 16MWSLI......................................................... 2-35
Figure 2.26 Front View of the 16DLI2 ............................................................................... 2-36
Figure 2.27 4DLM............................................................................................................ 2-37
Figure 2.28 4SL2............................................................................................................. 2-38
Figure 2.29 4SLM............................................................................................................ 2-39
Figure 2.30 Front View of the WIM................................................................................... 2-41
Figure 2.31 Front View of the LIM .................................................................................... 2-42
Figure 2.32 Front View of the PLIM.................................................................................. 2-43
Figure 2.33 Front View of the PLIM2 ................................................................................ 2-45
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Figure 2.34 Front View of the GPLIM ............................................................................... 2-47
Figure 2.35 Front View of the GPLIMT ............................................................................. 2-48
Figure 2.36 Front View of the GSIM ................................................................................. 2-50
Figure 2.37 Front View of the GSIMT ............................................................................... 2-51
Figure 2.38 4SWM .......................................................................................................... 2-53
Figure 2.39 Front View of the MGI16................................................................................ 2-54
Figure 2.40 Front View of the OAS................................................................................... 2-56
Figure 2.41 Front View of the SVMi-20E........................................................................... 2-59
Figure 2.42 DPLIM and Door Phone ................................................................................ 2-68
Figure 2.43 SMT- R2000 ................................................................................................. 2-69
Figure 2.44 SMT-W5100.................................................................................................. 2-69
Figure 3.1 Trunk Line Loop Start Signaling ......................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3.2 External Rectifier............................................................................................. 3-16
Figure 3.3 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200................................................... 3-20
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1.1 Interfaces Between the Sub-Modules .................................................................. 1-6
Table 2.1 Boards that is available to mount in slots ............................................................. 2-5
Table 2.2 Functional Boards............................................................................................... 2-7
Table 2.3 Option board of the MP20 ................................................................................... 2-9
Table 2.4 Specifications of the MP20................................................................................ 2-10
Table 2.5 Ports and LEDs of the MP20............................................................................. 2-11
Table 2.6 Option board of the MP20S............................................................................... 2-12
Table 2.7 Specification of the MP20S ............................................................................... 2-13
Table 2.8 Ports and LEDs of the MP20S........................................................................... 2-14
Table 2.9 Ports and LEDs of the LCP ............................................................................... 2-15
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of the TEPRIa ........................................................................ 2-17
Table 2.11 Ports and LEDs of the UNI .............................................................................. 2-19
Table 2.12 Option board of the UNI .................................................................................. 2-19
Table 2.13 Ports and LEDs of the 8TRK ........................................................................... 2-21
Table 2.14 Ports of the 8TRK2 ......................................................................................... 2-22
Table 2.15 Ports of the 16TRK ......................................................................................... 2-23
Table 2.16 Ports and LEDs of the 4HTRK......................................................................... 2-24
Table 2.17 Ports and LEDs of the 4BRI ............................................................................ 2-26
Table 2.18 Ports of the 2BRM.......................................................................................... 2-27
Table 2.19 Ports of the 4TRM .......................................................................................... 2-28
Table 2.20 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI............................................................................. 2-29
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Table 2.21 Ports and LEDs of the 16SLI ........................................................................... 2-30
Table 2.22 Ports of the 8SLI2........................................................................................... 2-30
Table 2.23 Ports and LEDs of the 8DLI............................................................................. 2-31
Table 2.24 Ports and LEDs of the 16DLI........................................................................... 2-32
Table 2.25 Ports and LEDs of the 8HYB........................................................................... 2-33
Table 2.26 Ports of the 8COMBO/8COMBO2 ................................................................... 2-34
Table 2.27 Ports of the 16SLI2 and 16MWSLI .................................................................. 2-36
Table 2.28 Ports of the 16DLI2......................................................................................... 2-36
Table 2.29 Ports of the 4DLM .......................................................................................... 2-37
Table 2.30 Ports of the 4SL2 ........................................................................................... 2-38
Table 2.31 Ports of the 4SLM .......................................................................................... 2-39
Table 2.32 Ports and LEDs of the WIM............................................................................. 2-41
Table 2.33 Ports and LEDs of the LIM .............................................................................. 2-42
Table 2.34 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM............................................................................ 2-44
Table 2.35 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM2 .......................................................................... 2-45
Table 2.36 Ports and LEDs of the GPLIM ......................................................................... 2-47
Table 2.37 Ports and LEDs of the GPLIMT ....................................................................... 2-49
Table 2.38 Ports and LEDs of the GSIM ........................................................................... 2-50
Table 2.39 Ports and LEDs of the GSIMT ......................................................................... 2-52
Table 2.40 Ports of the 4SWM ......................................................................................... 2-53
Table 2.41 Ports and LEDs of the MGI16.......................................................................... 2-55
Table 2.42 Ports and LEDs of the OAS............................................................................. 2-57
Table 2.43 Ports and LEDs of the SVMi-20E..................................................................... 2-59
Table 3.1 System Configuration ......................................................................................... 3-1
Table 3.2 System Resources ............................................................................................. 3-2
Table 3.3 System VM/MGI/MPS Capacity........................................................................... 3-2
Table 3.4 System Maximum Capacity................................................................................. 3-3
Table 3.5 MP20 maximum resource capabilities with Optional Boards ................................. 3-4
Table 3.6 Trunk Line Capacity............................................................................................ 3-6
Table 3.7 Station Line Capacity .......................................................................................... 3-6
Table 3.8 Station (IP) Line Capacity.................................................................................... 3-6
Table 3.9 Electrical Characteristics of the T1 Trunk Line...................................................... 3-7
Table 3.10 Electrical Characteristics of the E1 Trunk Line ................................................... 3-8
Table 3.11 Electrical Characteristics of the BRI Trunk Line .................................................. 3-8
Table 3.12 Electrical Characteristics of the PRI Trunk Line.................................................. 3-9
Table 3.13 Electrical Characteristics of the DLI Line............................................................ 3-9
Table 3.14 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (V.35 Interface) ......................... 3-10
Table 3.15 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (RS-232C Interface).................. 3-10
Table 3.16 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (RS-499 Interface) .................... 3-10
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Table 3.17 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (10 BASE-T) ............................. 3-11
Table 3.18 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (100 BASE-T) ........................... 3-11
Table 3.19 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (1000 BASE-TX) ....................... 3-12
Table 3.20 Electrical Characteristics of 1000 BASE-Sx/LX Fiber Optic............................... 3-12
Table 3.21 Power Specifications....................................................................................... 3-15
Table 3.22 System Ring Cycles........................................................................................ 3-17
Table 3.23 Cycles of the System Tones ............................................................................ 3-18
Table 3.24 OfficeServ 7200 Compatible Terminals ............................................................ 3-19
Table 3.25 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number............................................................... 3-21
Table 3.26 OfficeServ Solution Port Number..................................................................... 3-23
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CHAPTER 1. Introduction tothe
OfficeServ 7200
This chapter describes the features and major functions of the OfficeServ 7200 and
introduces the system architecture, interfaces, and programming.
1.1 Introduction tothe System
The OfficeServ 7200 is a communication device, which is the most suitable for small
offices where less than 50 subscriber lines are used. Also, the OfficeServ 7200 allows the
users to receive voice, data, and Internet services, which means that the OfficeServ 7200
makes voice calls, and sends/receives data using data networks. The users can easily make
use of a variety of phone functions and applications on various platforms such as digital
phones, IP phones, mobile phones, and PC servers.
1.1.1 Major Functions
The major functions and features of the OfficeServ 7200 are described below:
Integrated Communication Environment
The OfficeServ 7200 makes voice calls and sends/receives data by using the LAN/WAN
modules. The users can use the integrated wire/wireless platform (phones, PCs, servers,
mobile phones, or peripherals) to make communications easy.
SNMP Agent Function
SNMP agent module is equipped in MP 20 and MP20S, supports NMS (Network
Management System). MP 20 and MP20S can connect NMS, especially OfficeServ NMS
of Samsung with SNMP.
Higher Quality IP Phone
The OfficeServ 7200 ensures the Quality of Service (QoS) of the voice calls depending on
the priorities and grouping of data and voice packets.
Ÿ
Layer 2 QoS: Priority Processing (802.1p), VLAN (802.1q)
Ÿ
Layer 3 QoS: Class Based Queuing (CBQ), RTP Priority Queuing, or the on-demand
management of the bandwidth Wide Area Network (WAN)
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WAN/LAN Functions
The Wide Area Network (WAN) and Local Area Network (LAN) interface modules are
installed in the OfficeServ 7200; thus, data can be sent/received via the interface of the
10/100 BASE-T in both the external Internet and the internal Intranet without any data
equipment.
When interworking with the WAN Interface Module (WIM), the LAN Interface Module
(LIM) is operated as the managed LAN mode. At this time, WIM is mounted in the slot 1
and LIM is mounted in the slot 2 in the same rack.
If the LIM module does not interwork with WIM, and is used in any other slot, the LIM
module is operated as the unmanaged LAN switch mode.
The PLIM module is the switch that provides the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function.
Wireless LAN Services
The OfficeServ 7200 offers a wireless LAN solution for both wire and wireless services at
offices. The OfficeServ 7200 uses an Access Point (AP), which supports handoff and QoS.
Because the OfficeServ 7200 uses a wireless LAN base station, it allows the users to make
wire/wireless voice/data communications or access the Internet without establishing the
LAN.
Also, an efficient and convenient working environment can be made at any time or place
because sophisticated mobile stations are used for the OfficeServ 7200.
A Variety of Application Solutions
The OfficeServ 7200 offers a variety of application solutions such as OfficeServ News,
OfficeServ EasySet, Internet Call Center, R-NMS, internal board-type voice mail solutions,
integrated facsimile servers, and digital integrated recording systems.
About Integrated and References
- ‘Integrated’ means that the OfficeServ 7200 interworks with the external solution
server and the system and server perform one integrated function.
- For detailed information about how to use each application solution, refer to the
User’s Guide of each application.
Easy Installation and Expandability
The OfficeServ 7200 can be easily installed as follows: the basic cabinet and expansion
cabinet of the OfficeServ 7200 are mounted on the 19-inch rack. Multiple service boards
can be additionally installed in universal slots of the cabinets.
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1.1.2 System Architecture
The OfficeServ 7200 with MP20 is configured with a basic cabinet and expansion cabinet
mounted on a 19-inch rack. The Main Control Processor (MP20) is installed into the basic
cabinet and manages the entire OfficeServ 7200. It performs switching, processes signals,
or manages the phones. The expansion Local Control Processor (LCP), which is the subcontrol part, is installed into the expansion cabinet, controls boards, or sends/receives data
to/from the MP20.
The OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S is configured with only a basic cabinet mounted on a 19inch rack. The Main Control Processor (MP20S) is installed into the basic cabinet and
manages the basic cabinet of OfficeServ 7200.
The other components are various interface boards, power modules, and fans.
The service configuration diagram of the OfficeServ 7200 is shown in the figure below:
ISDN
PRI
Expansion
Cabinet
PSTN
T1/E1
OfficeServ 7200
LCP
TEPRIa
16DLI
2
8TRK
2
MP20
WIM
16SLI
2
PLIM
lim
LIM
8COMBO
MGI16
Basic Cabinet
LIM
WAN
xDSL
Dedicated
DeDedicated
Line
xDSL Modem
DSU/CSU
LAN
AP (SMT-R2000)
WLAN
OfficeServ Admin
- System Manager
(Web management)
- Installation Tool
- OfficeServ EasySet
OfficeServ Solution
- OfficeServ Operator
- OfficeServ Call
- OfficeServ News
…..
Mobile Station
(SMT-W5100)
Laptop
IP Phone
…..
Figure 1.1 Service Structure of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
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ISDN
PSTN
MP20S
TEPRIa
LIM
8TRK
8COMBO
OAS
LAN
AP (SMT-R2000)
WLAN
OfficeServ Admin
- System Manager
(Web management)
- Installation Tool
- OfficeServ EasySet
OfficeServ Solution
- OfficeServ Operator
- OfficeServ Call
- OfficeServ News
…..
Mobile Station
(SMT-W5100)
Laptop
IP Phone
…..
Figure 1.2 Service Structure of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Voice Trunk Line Part
The voice trunk line part is configured with digital trunk lines and analog trunk lines.
The TEPRIa interfaces with the E1, T1, or PRI digital trunk lines and send/receive voice
data through the trunk lines. They transmit the voice data of 64 Kbps per channel. 8 TRK
(8Trunk) provides the Caller ID (CID) Path function basically and provides the Polarity
Reverse Signal (PRS) and Metering Pulse Detection (MPD) function as options. 8 TRK
transmits/receives voice by the analog office line, and transmits 64 Kbps data information
per a channel. 8 TRK2/16TRK (8Trunk2/16Trunk) provides the Caller ID (CID) Path
function basically and provides the Polarity Reverse Signal (PRS) and not provides
Metering Pulse Detection (MPD) function .If option board 4TRM is mounted on the UNI
board, it operates as a voice trunk board and supports an analog trunk line, and provides the
CID & PRS.
Voice Station Part
The voice station part is configured with a Digital Line Interface (DLI), which interfaces
digital voice stations, and Subscriber Line Interface (SLI), which interfaces analog voice
stations. Multiple DLI and SLI boards can be mounted on any slots of the main or
expansion cabinet depending on the numbers of analog/digital voice stations. 16DLI,
16DLI2 and 8DLI are Digital Line interface boards. 16SLI, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 8SLI and
8SLI2 are analog Subscriber Line interface boards. In addition, the hybrid-type 8HYB,
8COMBO, and 8COMBO2, which contains interface circuits for analog and digital stations,
exists.
UNI equipped with 4SLM and 4DLM operates as a voice station board.
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Data TransmittingPart
The data module is configured with the WIM, which is a WAN interface board, and the
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIM, GSIM, GPLIMT and GSIMT which is a LAN interface
board. The WIM sends/receives data to/from the external Internet and provides ports for
connecting the internal network with a variety of external interfaces.
The LIM sends or receives data to or from the internal Intranet and provides an interface of
10/100 BASE-T. Also, the LIM functions as a switching hub. The PLIM and the PLIM2
provides a PoE functionality, a 10/100 BASE-T interface and a switching hub functionality.
The GPLIM/GPLMT provides a Layer 2 LAN interface to support the internal data
network, as well as a 10/100 BASE-T Fast Ethernet (FE) and a 1000 BASE-TX interface
for the data transmission. The GPLIM/GPLIMT can also be self-operated as a Managed
Switch, regardless of the WIM installation.
Board Name Abbreviations
- WIM: WAN Interface Module
- LIM: LAN Interface Module
- PLIM: PoE LAN Interface Module
- PLIM2: PoE LAN Interface Module version 2
- GPLIM: Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module
- GSIM: Gigabit Switch Internet Module
Voice Application Service Part
The voice application module consists of the VoIP that transmits the voice to the data
network. The MGI16 offers the VoIP function by converting voice into data. The OAS
offers the MGI, MFR, MPS function.
SVMi-20E provides the voice recording, AA, and E-mail send function to 12 users at the
same time by one SVMi-20E per a system, as the voice mail process board of the built-in
type.
Configuration of the Application
The OfficeServ 7200 provides the application software below:
The OfficeServ Solution and OfficeServ Admin have separate servers.
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OfficeServ Solution (CTI, OfficeServ Operator)
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OfficeServ Admin (Web Management, Installation Tool, OfficeServ EasySet)
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1.2 Interfaces
This section describes the interfaces between the sub-modules of the OfficeServ 7200 and
the ones between the VoIP elements.
1.2.1 Interfaces between the Sub-Modules
Table 1.1 Interfaces Between the Sub-Modules
Type
Classification
Interface
LIM/PLIM /PLIM2/
Physical Connection
IEEE 802.3, 10 BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-T
4SWM Interface
Connector Type
RJ-45
WIM Interface
Physical Connection
IEEE 802.3, 10 BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-T,
V.35
GSIM/GSIMT
Connector Type
RJ-45, serial 26-pin connector (non-standard cable)
Access Protocol
PPPoE, PPP, DHCP, HDLC, Frame Relay
Physical Connection
IEEE 802.3z 1000 BASE-SX/LX,
Interface
IEEE 802.3ab 1000 BASE-TX,
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX,
IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX
Connector Type
RJ-45,SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable
Connector)
GPLIM/GPLIMT
Physical Connection
Interface
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-T,
IEEE 802.3ab 1000 BASE-TX
Connector Type
RJ-45, SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable
Connector)
PSTN Interface
Physical Connection
T1, E1, Foreign Exchange Office (FXO)
TEPRIa
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
T1, E1, Loop Start
ISDN Interface
Physical Connection
ISDN PRI, BRI
TEPRIa/4BRI
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
ISDN PRI, BRI
xDSL/Cable Modem
Physical Connection
IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-T Ethernet
Interface
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
PPPoE, DHCP
Voice Terminal
Analog Phone
Foreign Exchange Station (FXS)
Interface
Digital Phone
Samsung digital phone
Wireless LAN
802.11b
/2BRM
Access Point (AP)
Interface between
Physical Connection
100 BASE-T Ethernet
the call server and
Signal Processing
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
UDP IPC
data server
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Table 1.1 Interfaces Between the Sub-Modules (Continued)
Type
Classification
Interface
Interface between
Physical Connection
100 BASE-T Ethernet
the call server and
Signal Processing
SIP
Access Protocol
User Agent (UA) to UA
Interface between
Physical Connection
100 BASE-T Ethernet
the call server and
Signal Processing
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP IPC
Interface between
Physical Connection
100 BASE-T Ethernet
the SNMP Agent
Signal Processing
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
SNMP
SIP server
system manager
and SNMP
Manager
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1.2.2 Interfaces between the VoIP Elements
The OfficeServ 7200 provides a variety of VoIP interfaces below:
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VoIP networking
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H.323 VoIP gateway
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SIP VoIP gateway
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SIP server
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System SIP User Agent (UA)
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IP phones
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Standard SIP phones
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Wireless LAN phones
The interface interworking standards between the VoIP elements based on the signal
processing are as follows:
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Proprietary TCP IPC
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SIP UA-to-UA
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UA-to-Server
ISDN
PRI
OfficeServ 7200
Expansion
Cabinet
PSTN
T1/E1
Basic
Cabinet
LCP
16DLI
16SLI
TEPRIa
8TRK
PLIM
MP20
WIM
LIM
LIM
8HYB
MGI
Branch Office
(OfficeServ 7200)
LAN
AP (SMT-R2000)
WLAN
OfficeServ Feature
- VoIP UMS
- Mail Server
- SIP Server
…..
Mobile Station
(SMT-W5100)
Laptop
SIP Phone
…..
Figure 1.3 Interfaces Between the VoIP Components
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1.3 Programming
There are three methods for programming in OfficeServ 7200. One is using the Man
Machine Communication (MMC) program, another is using the Installation Tool, and the
other is using Web Management. Using Web Management is only available for OfficeServ
7200 with MP20S.
The MMC program can change the data value used for the system operation program.
The MMC program is categorized into three levels, which are technician, operator, and
subscriber. Depending on the levels, some MMCs can be programmed by the subscribers
while some MMCs can not.
A password is required for the programming.
Technician-Level Programming
All programs can be programmed.
Programming can be made in any of the stations in the OfficeServ system, however in
some cases, programming can be only made in a station.
Operator-Level Programming
A technician can only program the programs specified in the ‘Program 802 Range
Specification of the Operator Program’.
Programming can be made in any stations in the tenant group, however in some cases,
programming can be only made in a station.
Subscriber-Level Programming
Programming can be only made for the subscriber program.
Installation Tool
The Installation Tool is an application that provides various functions necessary for system
maintenance. The system maintenance software is installed on a PC for programming.
You can use the Installation Tool when you need to install a new system component or
change a system component or modify the database.
Web Management
The Web Management is an application that provides various functions necessary for
system maintenance. Because it has been embedded in system, you don’t need to install.
You can use it when you need to install a new system component or change a system
component or modify the database.
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CHAPTER 2. Hardware of the
OfficeServ 7200
This chapter introduces the hardware features, cabinet configuration, and board functions
and configuration of the OfficeServ 7200. Also, this chapter describes the terminals,
wireless LAN equipment, and additional equipment available in the OfficeServ 7200.
2.1 Hardware Features
The features of the OfficeServ 7200 hardware are described below:
Reliability
The materials and parts used for the OfficeServ 7200 hardware are firm and stable.
Also, they meet with the mechanical and electrical features needed for a communication
system.
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The cabinet of the OfficeServ 7200 complies with the industry standards (19 inches)
and is assembled with firm and stable metal welding.
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The OfficeServ 7200 hardware does not generate poisonous or corrosive gas, which
might do harm to the human body or affect the system operation.
Ÿ
The OfficeServ 7200 hardware is made of materials that meet Electro-Magnetic
Compliance (EMC) Standard.
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The OfficeServ 7200 hardware has a fail-safe to prevent the system from being
damaged due to an over-voltage.
Modularity
The functions of the OfficeServ 7200 hardware are modularized.
Ÿ
Capacity can be expanded or functions can be changed in each module without
stopping the services for the existing subscribers.
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Each module can be easily installed or removed in a plug-in way.
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Maintenance
The OfficeServ 7200 hardware is designed to be maintained with ease and safety.
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The specifications of the 19-inch rack are followed. The rack is designed to maintain
sufficient strength.
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The installers or maintainers can connect cables easily because external ports exist on
the front panel.
Ÿ
The front of each module has an LED that indicates failures or the operation status so
that the operator can easily identify system failures.
Ÿ
The back of the rack has a ground hole to which a wrist strap for preventing static
electricity can be connected.
Ÿ
The OfficeServ 7200 hardware is designed to prevent electronic devices from being
damaged due to an external environment while installation or maintenance operation is
being made.
Fire Resistance and Heat Processing
The OfficeServ 7200 hardware is made of fire-resistant materials and parts to protect the
hardware from fire.
The OfficeServ 7200 hardware is designed not to affect the system performance due to heat
generated from inside of the system.
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A specific heat-generated part of the hardware is blocked in order not to affect the
temperature-sensitive components.
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Two 80 mm fans for cooling are installed to exhale internal air to the outside.
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The parts installed into the modules are located based on heat distribution.
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2.2 Cabinet Configuration
The OfficeServ 7200 consists of two cabinets (basic/expansion cabinet) mounted on the 19inch rack and a feature server that operates externally.
The MP20, which is the main control part and is installed into the basic cabinet, manages
the entire OfficeServ 7200, performs switching, processes signals, and manages the
subscriber terminals. The LCP, which is the minor control part and is installed into the
expansion cabinet, controls the line boards and sends/receives information to/from the
MP20. In addition, line boards, power, and cooling fans are in the OfficeServ 7200 cabinets.
LCP
Front Side of
Extension Cabinet
SLOT 3
MP20
Front Side of
Basic Cabinet
SLOT 3
SLOT 1
SLOT 2
SLOT 4
SLOT 5
SLOT 1
SLOT 2
SLOT 4
SLOT 5
Rear Side of
Extension Cabinet
Rear Side of
Basic Cabinet
Figure 2.1 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
The OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S is configured with only a basic cabinet mounted on a 19inch rack. The Main Control Processor (MP20S) is installed into the basic cabinet,
manages the basic cabinet of OfficeServ 7200 and performs switching, processes signals,
and manages the subscriber terminals.
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MP20S
Front Side of
Basic Cabinet
SLOT 3
SLOT 1
SLOT 2
SLOT 4
SLOT 5
Rear Side of
Basic Cabinet
Figure 2.2 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Rear Side Configuration of Cabinet
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Function
Ground Lug
Lug for grounding system communication
External Rectifier Socket
External DC power supply socket for PoE.
Power Switch
Turn on/off the OfficeServ 7200 power.
Power Connection Connector between
The connector to supply the supplied power to the
Basic Cabinet and Extension Cabinet
external cabinet.
Power Input/Output Connector
The connector to connect power cable.
AC LED
LED is turned on when AC power is entered.
DC LED
LED is turned on when DC power is properly output.
Battery Connection Socket
The socket to connect the external battery.
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2.2.1 Slot Configuration
There are 6 slots available for mounting boards in each of the basic cabinet and extension
cabinet. The following table shows mountable boards for each slot of the cabinet.
Table 2.1 Boards that is available tomount in slots
Cabinet
Slot
Mountable Boards
Basic Cabinet
Slot 0
MP20 , MP20S
(OfficeServ Access)
Slot 1
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, TEPRIa,
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIM, GPLIMT, GSIM and
GSIMT
Slot 2
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, TEPRIa and
WIM
Slot 3, 4, 5
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, and WIM
Expansion Cabinet
Slot 0
LCP only
(OfficeServ Expansion)
Slot 1
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, TEPRIa
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIM, GPLIMT, GSIM and
GSIMT
Slot 2
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, TEPRIa and
WIM
Slot 3
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, and WIM
Slot 4, 5
All boards except for MP20, MP20S, LCP, TEPRIa and
WIM
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The WIM can be mounted only on slot 1 of the basic and expansion cabinets.
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The TEPRIa can be only mounted on slots 3, 4 and 5 of the basic cabinet and Slot 3 of
the expansion cabinet.
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The LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIM, GPLIMT, GSIM and GSIMT cannot be mounted
on slot 1 of the basic/expansion cabinet.
Ÿ
One GPLIMT can be mounted to each cabinet. When using an external rectifier, up to
2 boards can be mounted. Mounting and using the board above the restricted capacity
may overload and damage the PSU.
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The OAS can be mounted on slots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the basic and expansion cabinet.
If the OAS is mounted on one of the slot 1 and 2, no board can be mounted on the
other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work. (If the
slot 1 is occupied with the OAS, the slot 2 should be empty. And if the slot 2 is
occupied with the OAS, the slot 1 should be empty.)
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About the Managed LIM
The managed LIM is controlled by the WIM board and provides extended
functions related to the layer2 QoS management such as 802.1p (Packet
Preference), 802.1q (VLAN), IGMP Snooping in addition to the layer 2 switch
function. If mounting LIM or PLIM to the slot 2 in the status that WIM is mounted
in the slot 1, the Managed LIM function is operated.
Blank Board Function
The blank board is a dummy board to protect the system from other objects when
the board is not mounted in the universal slot like a screen board.
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2.3 Functional Boards
The following table shows categorized boards according to the functions and control
boards.
Table 2.2 Functional Boards
Function
Main Control Part
Control Board
MP20
Boards
- Basic cabinet: MP20 (Option Board: MFM, RCM or
RCM2, MIS, CRM, Modem)
- Expansion cabinet: LCP
MP20S
Voice Trunk Line
MP20
Basic cabinet: MP20S (Option Board: 4SWM, Modem)
TEPRIa, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK, 4HTRK (only China)
4BRI (except USA)
MP20S
TEPRIa, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK, 4HTRK (only China)
UNI (Option Board: 2BRM and 4TRM)
Voice Subscriber
MP20
Line
8SLI, 8SLI2, 16SLI, 8DLI, 16DLI, 8HYB, 8COMBO,
8COMBO2, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 16DLI2
MP20S
8SLI, 8SLI2, 16SLI, 8DLI, 16DLI, 8HYB, 8COMBO,
8COMBO2, 16SLI2, 16MWSLI, 16DLI2 and UNI (Option
Board :4DLM , 4SL2 and 4SLM)
Data
MP20
WIM (option board: WIMD), LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIM,
GPLIMT, GSIM, GSIMT
MP20S
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, Option Board: 4SWM
MP20
MGI16 and OAS
MP20S
OAS
VMS
MP20
SVMi-20E
Power, Fan
MP20/MP20S
PSU, Fan, Ringer (Italy, Australia only)
Voice Application
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2.3.1 Control Boards
This section describes the configuration and functions of the MP20 and MP20S, which are
the main control boards that control all the functions of the OfficeServ 7200, and those of
the LCP, which is the minor control board.
2.3.1.1 MP20
The MP20 is the main control board that controls all the functions of the OfficeServ 7200
and is mounted on slot 0 of the basic cabinet. The MP20 performs voice switching,
processes signals, and manages the subscriber terminals.
Major Functions
The MP20 performs the functions below:
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Operates applications through the LAN interface.
Ÿ
Easy Installation using the SD card.
Ÿ
Back ups the databases.
Ÿ
Provides ports for the Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter (UART) test.
Ÿ
Holds a meeting, detects caller IDs and multi-frequency and controls door phones.
Ÿ
Functions as the internal/external MOH or loud/common bell.
Ÿ
Sets the time and shows table time.
Ÿ
Functions as the Analog Phase Locked Loop (APLL) for the synchronization of the
digital subscribers.
Option Board
There are MFM, RCM, RCM2, MIS, CRM and Modem as option boards mounted in the
MP20.
The functions of these option boards are as follows:
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Multi-Frequency Module (MFM): MFM is the option board that is composed of ASIC
chips, which detect the DTMF signal. The location that the MFM board is mounted in
the MP20 board is provided and displayed on the MP20 board. If the MFM board is
mounted, it is available to detect the DTMF signals from 12 channels at the same time.
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R2 CID Module (RCM): RCM creates and detects the R2 signal that is signaling
signal between trunks as option board that is composed of ASIC chips that detect
Caller Identification (CID). The location that the RCM is mounted in the MP20 is
provided and displayed on the MP20. If the RCM is mounted, it is available to creates
the R2 signal through the 30 channels, and detect the R2 signal of 8 channels or office
line of 14 channel. Selecting a detected signal (R2/CID) is decided by the switch
location.
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R2 CID Module 2 (RCM2): RCM2 detects an office line CID or transmits the CID
information to the extension telephone as the ASIC chips, which detect the CID. In addition,
RCM2 creates the R2 signal, the signaling signal between offices through the composed
option board. The location that the RCM2 is mounted in the MP20 is provided and
displayed on the MP20. If the RCM board is mounted, it is available to create the R2
signal through the 30 channels, and detect the R2 signal of 8 channels or
office/extension CID of 14 channel. Selecting a detected signal (R2/CID) is decided by
the switch location of the RCM2. The Simultaneous R2 CID Support function
supports the 4 R2 channels and 6 office/extension CID channels at the same time
(Over V2.45)
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Miscellaneous (MIS): MIS is the option board mounted in the MP20. The location is
provided and displayed on the MP20. MIS provides 2 external holding voice source
ports, an external paging port, a loud bell port, a common bell port, and also provides
2 dry contact ports that connect or disconnects the signal transmission or power supply
with external equipments.
Ÿ
Common Resource Module (CRM): The CRM is to detect and generate DTMF signals
and CID signals. The CRM is mounted on LOC1 or LOC2 in the MP 20 and the
location is indicated on the MP20.
Ÿ
MP20 has a 2-Wire Full Duplex modem and can commonly use it with OfficeServ 500
system. Be careful with the direction of the MODEM when mounting/dismounting on
the MP20. The MODEM operates in OfficeServ 7200 via V.23 interface and uses a
modem chip for Central Office, which can perform Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
highway interface. In addition, the MODEM supports V.90 protocol. OfficeServ 7200
controls the MODEM via serial communication using standard AT commands.
Table 2.3 Option board of the MP20
MP20
Option board
Max
LOC1
LOC2
LOC3
MFM
¡
¡
-
1
RCM
-
¡
-
1
RCM2
-
¡
-
1
MIS
-
-
¡
1
CRM
¡
¡
-
2
MODEM
¡
-
-
1
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Specifications
The specifications of the MP20 are shown in the table below:
Table 2.4 Specifications of the MP20
Category
CPU
Specifications
Processor
MPC8247T
System clock
66 MHz
Package
516P BGA
SDRAM
Capacity
128 MB
(For saving programs and data)
Data bus width
64 bit
Flash ROM (For booting)
Capacity
512 KB
Data bus width
8 bit
Capacity
32 MB
Data bus width
8 bit
Basic switch
256 (Tx) x 256 (Rx)
Data bus width
16 bit
Internal MOH port
1
External MOH port
2
Flash ROM (For Data saving)
Time Switch
Others
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Front View of MP20
The front view of the MP20 is shown in the figure below:
LINK 1
LINK 3
MISC1
LAN
RUN LAN
Media Card
MC
LINK 2
MISC2
LCP
RST
SIO
MP20
Figure 2.3 Front View of the MP20
The components on the front panel of the MP20 have the functions below:
Table 2.5 Ports and LEDs of the MP20
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LINK1~LINK3
Ports that connect the MP20 with the LCP.
MISC1~MISC2
Ports that connect external music sources, paging device, loud bell, common
bell, or door bell.
LAN
Port for establishing the 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet connection.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
Media Card
Port for installing the NAND-type flash memory.
RUN LED
This LED indicates the status of the MP20.
- Off: Power is not connected.
- On(Green): Booting.
- Blink(Green): The Program is operating properly.
- Blink (Red): Fan module failed.
- Blink (orange): Reset button is pushed.
- ON (orange): Flash Memory (Data base) clear
LAN LED
This LED indicates the status of the connection to LAN.
- Off: MP20 is not connected to LAN.
- On: MP20 is connected LAN.
- Blink: MP20 is transmitting or receiving Data through LAN port.
MC LED
This LED indicates the status of the Smart Media/Media Card access.
- Off: The SD Card is not installed.
- On: The SD Card is installed, however is not accessed.
- Blink: The SD Card is installed and is being accessed.
LCP LED
This LED indicates the status of signaling message processing.
- Off: There’s no message exchange between MP20 and LCP.
- On: Messages are being sent/received to/from the LCP.
RST
Button for resetting the MP20 board.
Button for Data base clear when pushed more than 7second
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2.3.1.2 MP20S
MP20S is a main control board that controls all functions of the basic cabinet and is
mounted on slot 0 of the basic cabinet. It performs the voice switching function, signal
processing function. MP20S carries out the system booting function and data management
function.
If 4SWM, which is an option board, is not equipped, MP20S is connected to LAN Interface
Module (LIM) of the universal slot or an external switch via the LAN interface and starts
various applications. If the 4SWM is mounted, LAN interface is connected automatically.
MP20S strengthens the flexibility of system and by applying the VoIP function and IPC
between cabinets raises the reliability by using the HDLC protocol.
Major Functions
MP20S offers the following functions:
Ÿ
Various application operations via LAN interface
Ÿ
Convenient installation via MMC card
Ÿ
Database backup
Ÿ
Port for Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter (UART) test
Ÿ
External/Internal Music On Hold (MOH) and Loud/common bell functions
Ÿ
Time setting and display function
Ÿ
Phase Locked Loop (APLL) function for the synchronization with digital subscribers
Option Board
The MODEM or the 4SWM can be mounted on option slot of MP20S.
The MODEM has the following functions:
Ÿ
MP20S has a 2-Wire Full Duplex modem and can commonly use it with OfficeServ
500 system. Be careful with the direction of the MODEM when mounting/
dismounting the board on the MP20S.
Ÿ
The MODEM operates in OfficeServ 7200 via V.24 interface and uses a modem chip
for Central Office, which can perform Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) highway
interface. In addition, the MODEM supports V.90 protocol. OfficeServ 7200 controls
the MODEM via serial communication using standard AT commands.
Table 2.6 Option board of the MP20S
MP20S
Option board
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Max
LOC1
LOC2
4SWM
¡
-
1
MODEM
-
¡
1
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Specification
The specification of MP20S is as follows:
Table 2.7 Specification of the MP20S
Categories
CPU
Names
Standards
Processor
M82511G
System Clock
375 MHz
Package
484 BGA (BALL GRID ARRAY)
SDRAM
Capacity
128 MB (for MP10), 256 MB (for MP11)
(Memory for programs and data)
Width of Data Bus
32 bit
NAND Flash
Capacity
128 MB
Width of Data Bus
16 bit
Flash ROM
Capacity
512 KB
(For Booting)
Width of Data Bus
8 bit
Time Switch
Device
STC9604
Basic Switch
256 x 256 Channel
Data Bus Width
8 Bit
Device
RTC8564
Time for Backup
48 Hr
Capacity
1 GB
Width of Data Bus
4 bit
EEPROM Data memory
Capacity
32 KB
(example: MAC/IP Address)
Interface
I2C
RTC
Multi-Media (SD)
(Memory for programs, data
and VM/AA)
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Front View of MP20S
The front view of the MP20S main control part is as shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
MISC
LAN
RUN LAN
Media Card
MC
P3
P4
RST
SIO
MP20S
Figure 2.4 Front View of the MP20S
The components on the front panel of the MP20S have the functions below:
Table 2.8 Ports and LEDs of the MP20S
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P4
Subscriber connection port of 4DLMI/4SWM
MISC
Port to connect Ext PAGING, DRY CONTACT and Ext MOH
LAN
Port to connect 100 BASE-T LAN
SIO
Port connect to serial I/O for development tool
Media Card
Port to insert an MMC+ card, which is a storage media
RUN LED
Status of Main CPU operation
- Off: No-power
- On (Green): On Booting
- Blink (Green): Normal Operation of Program
- Blink (Red): Fan module failed.
- Blink (orange): Reset button is pushed.
- ON (orange): Push the reset button over 7 sec,
Flash Memory (Data base) clear
LAN LED
Status of LAN operation
- Off: Link and no-connection of LAN port
- On(Green): Link and LAN port connection
- Blink (Green): Tx/Rx Data through LAN port.
MC LED
Status of MMC+ card operation
- Off: Non-mounted MMC card
- On (Green): Mounted MMC card
- Blink (Green): In Tx/Rx of MMC card
RST
Button for resetting the MP20S board.
Button for Data base clear when pushed more than 7 sec
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2.3.1.3 LCP
The Local Control Processor (LCP) is the minor control board that interworks the MP20,
which is the main control part of the basic cabinet, with the expansion cabinet.
The LCP controls a variety of line boards and sends/receives information to/from the MP20.
Front View of LCP
The front view of the LCP is shown in the figure below:
LINK1
LINK3
RUN
RST
MP20
SIO
LINK2
LCP
Figure 2.5 Front View of the LCP
The components on the front panel of the LCP have the functions below:
Table 2.9 Ports and LEDs of the LCP
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LINK1~LINK3
Ports that connect the MP20 with the LCP.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
RST
Button for resetting the LCP board.
RUN LED
This LED indicates the status of the LCP.
- Off: Power is not connected.
- On: Booting.
- Blinking: Program in operation.
MP20 LED
This LED indicates the status of signaling message processing.
- Off: There’s no message exchange between MP20 and LCP.
- On: Messages are being sent/received to/from the MP20.
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2.3.2 Voice Trunk Line Board
This section describes the boards that offer the voice service of trunk lines.
2.3.2.1 TEPRIa
The T1/E1 Primary Rate Interface advanced (TEPRIa) uses a PCB identical to the
OfficeServ 7400’s TEPRI2 board.
Major Functions
The TEPRIa performs the functions below:
Ÿ
Processes the T1/E1 signals by programming.
Ÿ
Resistor Terminations for T1 line (100 W) and E1 line (120 W).
Ÿ
Endures the ITU-recommended level of surge.
Ÿ
Protects the output port by monitoring line signals.
Ÿ
Crystal-less wander and jitter attenuation/compensation to TR62411.
Ÿ
Attenuates/compensates jitter as recommended in ITU-T I.431 and G703.
Ÿ
Provides the selectable line CODEC (HDB3, AMI).
Ÿ
Performs local/remote loopback for test.
Ÿ
Accommodates High level Data Link Control (HDLC) protocol in Common Channel
Signaling (CCS) mode or Common Associated Signal (CAS) mode.
Specifications
The specifications of the TEPRIa are as follows:
Ÿ
One trunk line port
Ÿ
E1: 30 channels
Ÿ
T1: 23channels
Ÿ
PRI: 30 channels or 23 channels
Front View of the TEPRIa
The front view of the TEPRIa is shown in the figure below.
RUN SYN1 LOS1 AIS1 L21
TP1
CLK
RST
P1
LAN
SIO
TEPRIa
Figure 2.6 Front View of the TEPRIa
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The components on the front panel of the TEPRIa have the functions below:
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of the TEPRIa
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1
Port 1 that connects the T1/E1/PRI cable
LAN
Port that connects the 10/100 BASE-T LAN (for tests)
SIO
UART Port (for tests), CPLD JTAG Port (for managements)
RUN LED
Green Light: When operating in E1/T1/PRI mode (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
Orange Light: When operating in debug mode (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
SYN1 LED
Indicates the status of the synchronization with the opposite switchboard.
- On: The frame synchronization with the opposite switchboard is incorrect
- Off: The frame synchronization with the opposite switchboard is correct
LOS1 LED
Indicates whether the opposite switchboard has a Loss of Signal (LOS).
- On: The opposite switchboard signal is small or suffers from a loss of signal
- Off: The opposite switchboard signal is received normally
AIS1 LED
Indicates whether the board received the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard.
- On: The board received the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard
- Off: The board did not receive the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard
L21 LED
Indicates the operation status of Layer 2.
- On: The Layer 2 is operating properly
- Off: The Layer 2 is operating abnormally
TP1 LED
Indicates the type of the program running on Port 1
- On: The Port 1 is operating in PRI mode
- Off: The Port 1 is operating in T1/E1 mode
CLK LED
Turns on when the reference clock is used as the system clock.
RST
Button for resetting the TEPRIa.
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2.3.2.2 UNI
UNI can be used as a voice trunk line board or voice subscriber line board depending on
the mounted option board. If 4TRM and 2BRM are mounted on UNI, it operates as a voice
trunk line board. If 4SLM, 4SL2 and 4DLM are mounted, it operates as a voice subscriber
line board.
Main Functions
The main functions of UNI are as follows:
Ÿ
3-pair of connector to mount an option module
Ÿ
Option Module control logic
Ÿ
-54 V power Control function
Specifications
Ÿ
Use of 4TRM: four trunk ports
Ÿ
Use of 2BRM: TW trunk ports
Ÿ
Use of 4SLM: Four subscriber ports
Ÿ
Use of 4SL2: Four subscriber ports
Ÿ
Use of 4DLM: Four subscriber ports
Front View
The front view of UNI is shown in the figure below:
P1
-MD1-
P2 P1
-MD2-
P2 P1
-MD3-
P2
MD1 MD2
MD3
P3
-MD1-
P4 P3
-MD2-
P4 P3
-MD3-
P4
UNI
Figure 2.7 Front View of the UNI
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The components on the front panel of UNI functions as follows:
Table 2.11 Ports and LEDs of the UNI
Ports, LEDs
Functions
MD1 P1~P4
Port support in accordance with the option boards mounted on the position of
MD2 P1~P4
MD1, MD2 and MD3
MD3 P1~P4
MD1 LED
Module mounting status at the each MD position and subscriber status
MD2 LED
- Off: No-module mounted
MD3 LED
- On (Red): 4DLM mounted
- On (Green): 4TRM or 2BRM mounted
- On (Orange = Green + Red): 4SLM or 4SL2 mounted
Mountable option boards for UNI are as follows.
Table 2.12 Option board of the UNI
MP20
Option board
Max
LOC1
LOC2
LOC3
2BRM
¡
¡
¡
3
4TRM
¡
¡
¡
3
4DLM
¡
¡
¡
3
4SLM
¡
¡
¡
3
4SL2
¡
¡
¡
3
If 2BRM and 4TRM is mounted, UNI operates as a voice trunk line board.
2BRM
4TRM
Figure 2.8 Option board of the UNI (Voice Trunk Line)
If 4SLM and 4DLM are mounted, UNI operates as a voice subscriber board.
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4DLM
4SLM
Figure 2.9 Option Boards of the UNI (Voice Subscriber)
Description of 4TRM/8TRK
4TRM supports only DTMF dialing, but does not support for Dial Pulse dialing.
8TRK supports DTMF and Dial Pulse dialing.
2.3.2.3 8TRK
The 8TRK (Trunk) provides 8 ports for analog trunk lines. One board has the PRS, MPD,
or CID path. Also, the board sends voice through the trunk lines and transmits voice data of
64 Kbps to one channel.
Major Functions
The 8TRK performs the functions below:
Ÿ
Detects ring connection.
Ÿ
Detects on/off-hook.
Ÿ
Sends dial pulse.
Ÿ
Performs Polarity Reverse Sensing (PRS) (Option)
Ÿ
Performs Metering Pulse Detection (MPD), (Option)
Ÿ
Performs the CID function.
Ÿ
Periodically checks if the line is connected. If so, the voice data can be transmitted.
This function is called line monitoring.
Ÿ
Functions as the relay path of caller information (When caller information is entered as
8TRK, connect the RCM/RCM2, which is an option board, with the MP20 so that the caller
information can be checked in the RCM/RCM2.).
Specifications
The 8TRK has eight trunk line ports.
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Front View of 8TRK
The front view of the 8TRK is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P5
P3
P6
P7
P4
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P8
8TRK
Figure 2.10 Front View of the 8TRK
The components on the front panel of the 8TRK have the functions below:
Table 2.13 Ports and LEDs of the 8TRK
Ports, LEDs
P1~P8
P1~P8 LED
Functions
Trunk ports.
These LEDs indicate the status of the ports.
- Off: The trunk line is not being used.
- On: The trunk line is being used.
- Blink: The ring is being connected.
2.3.2.3 8TRK2
The 8TRK2 provides 8 ports of analog trunk line, and can support the PRS, CID paths
within a single board. It provides the voice though the trunk line; each channel supports 64
Kbps voice data transmission.
Major Functions
The 8TRK2 performs the functions below:
Ÿ
Ring incoming detection function
Ÿ
On/Off-hook detection function
Ÿ
PRS function
Ÿ
A line monitoring function which periodically checks the line connection and provides
services if connected
Ÿ
A caller information relay function (a path to verify the caller information from the
RCM can be created, if the caller information is provided through the 8TRK, by
connecting the RCM/RCM2 to the MP20)
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Specification
The 8TRK2 provides 8 trunk line ports.
Front View of the 8TRK2
The front view of the 8TRK2 is shown in the figure below
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
8TRK2
Figure 2.11 Front View of the 8TRK2
The components on the front panel of the 8TRK2 have the functions below:
Table 2.14 Ports of the 8TRK2
Ports
Functions
P1~P8
Trunk Line Port
2.3.2.4 16TRK
The 16TRK provides 16 ports of analog trunk line, and can support the PRS, CID paths
within a single board. It also provides the voice though the trunk line; each channel
supports 64 Kbps voice data transmission.
Major Functions
The 16TRK performs the functions below:
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Ring incoming detection function
Ÿ
On/Off-hook detection function
Ÿ
PRS function
Ÿ
CID function
Ÿ
A line monitoring function which periodically checks the line connection and provides
services if connected
Ÿ
A caller information relay function (a path to verify the caller information from the
RCM can be created, if the caller information is provided through the 16TRK, by
connecting the RCM/RCM2 to the MP20)
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Specification
The 16TRK provides 16 trunk line ports.
Front View of the 16TRK
The front view of the 16TRK is shown in the figure below
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16TRK
Figure 2.12 Front View of the 16TRK
The components on the front panel of the 16TRK have the functions below:
Table 2.15 Ports of the 16TRK
Port
Function
P1~P16
Trunk Line Port
2.3.2.5 4HTRK
The 4HTRK (Hybrid Trunk) provides 4 ports of analog trunk line, and can support the DID,
E & M and R/D paths within a single board. It provides the voice though the trunk line;
each channel supports 64 Kbps voice data transmission.
Major Functions
The 4HTRK performs the functions below:
Ÿ
DID Battery Feed Circuit (Relay Control)
Ÿ
DID Battery Reverse Signal Control Circuit (Relay Control)
Ÿ
DID Off-Hook Detection Circuit
Ÿ
DID Voice Interface Longitudinal Circuit (Relay Control)
Ÿ
R/D Ring Sending Signal Control circuit (Relay Control)
Ÿ
R/D Ringer Circuit (80Vrms 20 Hz)
Ÿ
R/D Ring Incoming Detection Circuit
Ÿ
E & M Off-Hook Detection Circuit
Ÿ
E & M D/P Outgoing circuit
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Specification
The 4HTRK provides 4 trunk line ports.
Front View of the 4HTRK
The front view of the 4HTRK is shown in the figure below.
P1
RD
EM
P2
DD
P3
P1
P2
P3
RD
EM
DD
P4
P4
4HTRK
Figure 2.13 Front View of the 4HTRK
The components on the front panel of the 4HTRK have the functions below:
Table 2.16 Ports and LEDs of the 4HTRK
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P4
Trunk Line Port
P1~P4 RD LED
R/D Port Operation Status
- Off: Not being used
- On: The trunk line is being used
- Blink: The RD mode is being configured
P1~P4 EM LED
E & M Port Operation Status
- Off: Not being used
- On: The trunk line is being used
- Blink: The E & M mode is being configured
P1~P4 DD LED
DID Port Operation Status
- Off: Not being used
- On: The trunk line is being used
- Blink: The DID mode is being configured
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2.3.2.6 4BRI
The 4BRI (Basic Rate Interface) provides the digital trunk line. A 4BRI provides 2B + D
ISDN BRI and functions as the Q-SIG. This board transmits voice via the trunk line and a
channel transmits the voice data of 64 Kbps. The 4BRI is not available for MP20S.
Major Functions
The 4BRI performs the functions below:
Ÿ
Processes the T/S0 mode signals by programming.
Ÿ
Uses 4port T mode or selectively uses 4port S0
Ÿ
Resistor Terminations for S0 line (100 W).
Ÿ
Endures the ITU-recommended level of surge.
Ÿ
Protects the output port by monitoring line signals.
Ÿ
Crystal-less wander and jitter attenuation/compensation to TR62411.
Specifications
The specifications of the 4BRI are as follows:
Ÿ
Four trunk line port
Ÿ
T: 8 channels
Ÿ
S: 8 channels
Front View of 4BRI
The front view of the 4BRI is shown in the figure below:
P1-T
P2-T
P3-T
P4-T
RUN
ACT
P1-S
P2-S
P3-S
P4-S
4BRI
Figure 2.14 Front View of the 4BRI
The components on the front panel of the 4BRI have the functions below:
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Table 2.17 Ports and LEDs of the 4BRI
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1-T~P4-T
Office (trunk) Port
P1-S~P4-S
Internal (station) Port
RUN LED
4BRI Board Operation Status
- Off: 4BRI board is abnormal or power is disconnected
- On: 4BRI board is properly operated.
ACT LED
4BRI Board LAYER1 SETUP Status
- Off: LAYER1 SETUP Abnormal
- On: LAYER1 SETUP Normal
2.3.2.7 2BRM
The 2BRM (BRI Module) is mounted on UNI and provides two 2B+1D digital trunk ports.
This module is connected to 4 channel ISDN trunk in S and T mode. In S mode do not
support DC power feeding.
Key Functions
The 2BRM provides the following functions:
Ÿ
Full duplex 2B+1D S/T interface transceiver based on Consultative Committee on
International Telegraphy and Telephony (CCITT) I.430
Ÿ
Frame conversion between S/T interface and ISDN Oriented Modular(IOM)
Ÿ
Receive timing recovery according to a specific operation mode
Ÿ
D-channel access
Ÿ
Activation and deactivation procedures (automatic wake-up in power-down state)
Specification
The 2BRM provides four B channel and two D channel.
The maximum number of 2BRMs that can be installed onto an OfficeServ 7200 MP20S is
four, and two UNIs are required for the maximum configuration. And this UNI has to be
inserted in universal slot number 1 or 2 (Slot 1, Slot 2 only).
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The 2BRM can be mounted as a daughter board on the UNI.
Ÿ
Maximum 4 boards can be mounted in a system.
Ÿ
There is no separate line connection part within the 2BRM. It is connected to an
external line through the RJ-45 connector on the line connection part, located at the
right side of the system.
Ÿ
Switch on of S1 provided a termination 100 ohm for S mode.
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P1
J1
Figure 2.15 2BRM
Table 2.18 Ports of the 2BRM
Ports
P1
Functions
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
J1
Connector for connecting lines to the two (2) ports
2.3.2.8 4TRM
The 4 Port Trunk Module (4TRM) is mounted on UNI and provides four (4) analog trunk
ports. A 4TRM provides both of the PRS and CID paths.
Key Functions
The 4TRM provides the following functions:
Ÿ
Incoming ring detection
Ÿ
On/Off-hook detection
Ÿ
Dial pulse transmission
Ÿ
PRS function
Ÿ
CID function
Ÿ
Line monitoring function. This function checks whether or not a line is connected, and
provides the service only if it is connected
Specification
The 4TRM provides four (4) trunk ports.
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Board View
Ÿ
The 4TRM can be mounted as a daughter board on the UNI.
Ÿ
There is no separate line connection part within the 4TRM. It is connected to an
external line through the RJ-45 connector on the line connection part, located at the
left side of the system.
P1
J1
Figure 2.16 4TRM
Table 2.19 Ports of the 4TRM
Ports
P1
Functions
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
J1
Connector for connecting lines to the four (4) ports
2.3.3 Voice Subscriber Line Board
This section describes the boards that offer voice paths for analog and digital subscribers.
2.3.3.1 8SLI/8SLI2/16SLI
The 8SLI/8SLI2/16SLI has 8/8/16 ports for analog stations. It interworks with the analog
phones via the trunk line to make a voice communication.
Major Functions
The major functions of the 8SLI/8SLI2/16SLI are as follows:
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Generates a ring signal of 20/25 Hz.
Ÿ
Detects DTMF/dial pulse.
Ÿ
Detects on/off-hook.
Ÿ
Generates various audible tones.
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Specifications
The specifications of the 8SLI/8SLI2/16SLI are as follows:
Ÿ
8SLI/8SLI2: 8 station ports
Ÿ
16SLI: 16 station ports
Front View of the 8SLI
The front view of the 8SLI is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P5
P3
P6
P7
P4
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P8
8SLI
Figure 2.17 Front View of the 8SLI
The components on the front panel of the 8SLI have the functions below:
Table 2.20 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P8
Station ports for analog phones.
P1~P8 LED
These LEDs indicate the operation status of the ports.
- Off: The station is not being serviced.
- On: The station is being serviced.
Front View of the 16SLI
The front view of the 16SLI is shown in the figure below:
P1/P9
P2/P10
P3/P11
P4/P12
P1 P2 P3
P9 P10 P11
P5 P6 P7
P13 P14 P15
P5/P13
P6/P14
P7/P15
P4
P12
P8
P16
P8/P16
16SLI
Figure 2.18 Front View of the 16SLI
The components on the front panel of the 16SLI have the functions below:
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Table 2.21 Ports and LEDs of the 16SLI
Ports, LEDs
P1~P16
Functions
Station ports for analog phones.
P1~P16 LED
These LEDs indicate the status of the ports.
- Off: The station is not being used.
- On: The station is being used.
If the LED turns green, it shows that the P1-P8 is being used.
If the LED turns red, it shows that the P9-P16 is being used.
If the LED turns yellow, it shows that both of the ports are being used
simultaneously.
Front View of the 8SLI2
The front view of the 8SLI2 is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
8SLI2
Figure 2.19 Front View of the 8SLI2
The components on the front panel of the 8SLI2 have the functions below:
Table 2.22 Ports of the 8SLI2
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Ports
Functions
P1~P8
Ordinary phone’s local line port
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2.3.3.2 8DLI/16DLI
The 8DLI/16DLI has 8-ports/16-ports for digital stations. It interworks with the Samsung
digital phones via the station to make a voice communication.
Specifications
The specifications of the 8DLI/16DLI are as follows:
Ÿ
8DLI: 8 station ports and 2B+D (two voice channels and one signal channel) provided
Ÿ
16DLI: 16 station ports and 1B+D (one voice channel and one signal channel)
provided
Ÿ
Interworking Number is limited on the internal (Digital Phone)
Ÿ
Based on 16DLI, large LCD Digital Phone (DGP) is available up to 8 equipments.
If 9 equipments are interworked, the DGP power supply through 16DLI is
disconnected.
Front View of the 8DLI
The front view of the 8DLI is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P5
P6
P3
P7
P4
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P8
8DLI
Figure 2.20 Front View of the 8DLI
The components on the front panel of the 8DLI have the functions below:
Table 2.23 Ports and LEDs of the 8DLI
Ports, LEDs
P1~P8
P1~P8 LED
Functions
Station ports of Samsung digital phones.
These LEDs indicate the status of the ports.
- Off: The station is not being used.
- On: The station is being used.
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Front View of the 16DLI
The front view of the 16DLI is shown in the figure below:
P1/P9
P2/P10
P3/P11
P4/P12
P1 P2 P3
P9 P10 P11
P5 P6 P7
P13 P14 P15
P5/P13
P6/P14
P7/P15
P4
P12
P8
P16
P8/P16
16DLI
Figure 2.21 Front View of the 16DLI
The components on the front panel of the 16DLI have the functions below:
Table 2.24 Ports and LEDs of the 16DLI
Ports, LEDs
P1~P16
P1~P16 LED
Functions
Station ports of Samsung digital phones.
These LEDs indicate the status of the ports.
- Off: The station is not being used.
- On: The station is being used.
If the LED turns green, it shows that the P1-P8 is being used.
If the LED turns red, it shows that the P9-P16 is being used.
If the LED turns yellow, it shows that both of the ports are being used
simultaneously.
2.3.3.3 8HYB/8COMBO/8COMBO2
The 8HYB (Hybrid), 8COMBO and 8COMBO2 have 8 ports for analog stations and those
of digital stations. It interworks with analog phones or digital phones to make a voice
communication. The 8HYB, 8COMBO, and 8COMBO2 have the same function, but the
configuration is different each other.
Major Functions
The major functions of the 8HYB/8COMBO/8COMBO2 are as follows:
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Generates the ring of 20/25 Hz.
Ÿ
Detects the DTMF/dial pulse.
Ÿ
Detects on/off-hook.
Ÿ
Generates a tone.
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Specifications
The specifications of the 8HYB/8COMBO/8COMBO2 are as follows:
Ÿ
8 analog station ports
Ÿ
8 digital station ports
Front View of 8HYB
The front view of the 8HYB is shown in the figure below:
P1/P9
P2/P10
P3/P11
P4/P12
P1 P2 P3
P4
P9 P10 P11 P12
P5 P6 P7
P13 P14 P15
P5/P13
P6/P14
P7/P15
P8
P16
P8/P16
8HYB
Figure 2.22 Front View of the 8HYB
The components on the front panel of the 8HYB have the functions below:
Table 2.25 Ports and LEDs of the 8HYB
Ports, LEDs
P1~P16
P1~P16 LED
Functions
Station ports of Samsung digital phones.
These LEDs indicate the status of the ports.
- Off: The station is not being used.
- On: The station is being used.
If the LED turns green, it shows that the P1-P8 is being used
(Analog phone port).
If the LED turns red, it shows that the P9-P16 is being used
(Samsung digital phone port).
If the LED turns yellow, it shows that both of the ports are being used
while being connected to an analog phone and Samsung digital phone
simultaneously.
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Front View of 8COMBO
The front view of the 8COMBO is shown in the figure below:
S1
S5
S2
S6
S4
D1
D2
D3
D4
S8
D5
D6
D7
D8
S3
S7
8COMBO
Figure 2.23 Front View of the 8COMBO
Front View of the 8COMBO2
The front view of the 8COMBO2 is shown in the figure below.
S1
S2
S3
S4
D1
D2
S5
S6
S7
S8
D5
D6
D3
D7
D4
D8
8COMBO2
Figure 2.24 Front View of the 8COMBO2
The components on the front panel of the 8COMBO/8COMBO2 have the functions below:
Table 2.26 Ports of the 8COMBO/8COMBO2
Ports
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Functions
S1~S8
Analogue station ports
D1~D8
Digital station ports
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2.3.3.4 16SLI2/16MWSLI
16SLI2 provides the voice communication function interworking with the general
telephone through the extension line as the board that provides the analog extension 16
ports.
The 16MWSLI is the board that the message waiting function on the function of the
16SLI2.
Main Function
The main function of 16SLI2/16MWSLI is as follows:
Ÿ
Creating 20/25 Hz Ring
Ÿ
Sensing Dial Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)/Dial Purse
Ÿ
Sensing On/Off Hook
Ÿ
Creating Tone
Ÿ
Power Fail Transfer (PFT)
Ÿ
Message Waiting Function
Ÿ
Transmitting PRS
Ÿ
Message waiting (16MWSLI only)
Specification
16SLI2/16MWSLI supports 16 extension ports.
Front View of 16SLI2/16MWSLI
The front view of the 16SLI2/16MWSLI is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16SLI2
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16MWSLI
Figure 2.25 Front View of the 16SLI2 and 16MWSLI
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The components on the front panel of the 16SLI2 and 16MWSLI have the functions below:
Table 2.27 Ports of the 16SLI2 and 16MWSLI
Ports
Functions
P1~P16
General Telephone Extension Port
2.3.3.5 16DLI2
16DLI2 provides the voice communication function interworking with Samsung Digital
Telephone through the extension line as the board to provide the digital extension 16 ports.
Specification
The specification of 16DLI2 is as follows:
Ÿ
Providing 16 extension ports.
Ÿ
Providing 1B + D (One voice channel and one signal channel)
Ÿ
Interworking Number is limited on the internal (Digital Phone)
Ÿ
Based on 16DLI, large LCD Digital Phone (DGP) is available up to 8 equipments.
If 9 equipments are interworked, the DGP power supply through 16DLI is
disconnected.
Front View of 16DLI2
The front view of the 16DLI2 is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16DLI2
Figure 2.26 Front View of the 16DLI2
The components on the front panel of the 16DLI2 have the functions below:
Table 2.28 Ports of the 16DLI2
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Ports
Functions
P1~P16
Samsung Digital Telephone Extension Port
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2.3.3.6 4DLM
The 4 Port DLI Module (4DLM) provides four (4) digital station ports.
It interoperates with a Samsung digital phone through a station to provide the voice
communication function.
Specification
The specification of the 4DLM is as follows:
Ÿ
4DLM: Provides four (4) station ports and 1B+D (a voice channel and a signal
channel)
Board View
The 4DLM is a daughter board which can be mounted on the UNI.
P1
P2
Figure 2.27 4DLM
Table 2.29 Ports of the 4DLM
Ports
P1
Functions
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
P2
Connector for connecting lines to the four (4) ports
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2.3.3.7 4SL2
The 4 Port SLI Module 2 (4SL2) is mounted on UNI and is used to process regular phone
connections.
Key Functions
The key functions of the 4SL2 are as follows:
Ÿ
20 Hz ring generation
Ÿ
Dial Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)/Dial pulse detection
Ÿ
On/Off-hook detection
Ÿ
Tone generation
Specification
The specification of the 4SL2 is as follows:
Ÿ
4SL2: Four (4) station ports
Board View
P1
J1
Figure 2.28 4SL2
Table 2.30 Ports of the 4SL2
Ports
P1
Functions
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
J1
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Connector for connecting lines to the four (4) ports
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2.3.3.8 4SLM
The 4 Port SLI Module (4SLM) is mounted on UNI and is used to process regular phone
connections.
Key Functions
The key functions of the 4SLM are as follows:
Ÿ
20 Hz ring generation
Ÿ
Dial Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)/Dial pulse detection
Ÿ
On/Off-hook detection
Ÿ
Tone generation
Specification
The specification of the 4SLM is as follows:
Ÿ
4SLM: Four (4) station ports
Board View
J1
P1
Figure 2.29 4SLM
Table 2.31 Ports of the 4SLM
Ports
Functions
J1
Connector for connecting lines to the four (4) ports
P1
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
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2.3.4 Data Board
This section describes the data board for transmitting/receiving data to/from the Internet or
Intranet.
2.3.4.1 WIM
The WAN Interface Module (WIM) allows the OfficeServ 7200 to transmit/receive data
to/from the external Internet. It offers a variety of external interfaces and ports for
connecting with the internal network. One WIM board provides applications and a variety
of external interfaces.
Major Functions
The major functions of the WIM are as follows:
Ÿ
Interworks with dedicated lines using V.35.
Ÿ
Provides the Ethernet port of 10/100 BASE-T that interworks with the xDSL or cable
modem. (WAN1)
Ÿ
Provides the Ethernet port of 10 BASE-T for backup. (WAN2)
Ÿ
Offers the DeMilitarized Zone (DMZ) service.
Ÿ
Provides the Ethernet port of 10/100 BASE-T for the LAN interface.
Ÿ
Provides the UART port for configuration setting.
Ÿ
Provides applications such as a firewall and VPN.
Option Board
Among the boards which can be mounted to the WIM, there is the WIMD.
The WIMD performs tunneling operations via data encryption, decryption, authentication
etc. to implement the WIM’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) functionality.
All operations are performed in hardware-level, from the option board’s Network Security
Processor and thus increase the system’s performance.
Specifications
The specifications of the WIM are as follows:
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One V.35 serial port
Ÿ
Two ports for connecting with the external Ethernet network
Ÿ
Three Ethernet port of 10/100 BASE-T (P1~P3)
Ÿ
One Ethernet port of 10/100 BASE-T (P4)
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Front View of WIM
The front view of the WIM is shown in the figure below:
P2
P3
RUN
P2
P3
SERIAL
P1
P4
SERIAL
P1
P4
RST
SIO
WIM
Figure 2.30 Front View of the WIM
The components on the front panel of the WIM have the functions below:
Table 2.32 Ports and LEDs of the WIM
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1, P2, P3
The WAN/LAN interface port interconnected to the 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet
P4
The WAN/LAN interface port interconnected to the 10 BASE-T Ethernet
SIO
UART port (for tests)
SERIAL
Port that connects the serial dedicated line that interworks with the V.35
RUN LED
This LED indicates the operation status of the WIM.
- Off: The WIM board is in an abnormal status or the power is not being
supplied.
- On: The WIM board is operating properly.
SERIAL LED
This LED indicates the operation status of the LAN.
- Off: The link is not connected.
- On: The link is operating.
- Blinking: The Serial link is connected, and the data is being transmitted
P1, P2, P3, P4
This LED indicates the operation status of the DMZ.
LED
- Off: The Ethernet is not connected.
- On: The Ethernet is operating.
- Blinking: The Ethernet link is connected, and the data is being transmitted
RST
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Button for resetting the WIM module
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2.3.4.2 LIM
The LIM sends/receives data in the Intranet, and provides an interface of 10/100 BASE-T.
It functions as a hub for switching. The LIM interworks with the WIM through the internal
back panel to provide the VLAN function for supporting QoS.
In this case, because there is separate Ethernet from the back panel, it is available to all 16
ports LAN of the front view.
Major Functions
The major functions of the LIM are as follows:
Ÿ
Detects 10/100 BASE-T, or full/half duplex automatically.
Ÿ
Offers the VLAN for supporting QoS.
Ÿ
Functions as a switching hub.
Specifications
The LIM provides 16 ports of 10/100 BASE-T.
Front View of LIM
The front view of the LIM is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
LIM
Figure 2.31 Front View of the LIM
The components on the front panel of the LIM have the functions below:
Table 2.33 Ports and LEDs of the LIM
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P16
Ports for connecting the Ethernet.
Left LED of each port
The LED indicates if the link is operating.
- Blink: The link is operating.
Right LED of each port
The LED indicates if the port of 10/100 BASE-T is operating.
- Off: The port of 10 BASE-T is operating.
- On: The port of 100 BASE-Tx is operating.
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2.3.4.3 PLIM
PoE LAN Interface Module (PLIM) provides the 10/100 BASE-T interface as the board to
transmit/receive the data from intranet, and also provides the Power over Ethernet (PoE)
function to supply the 48 V power to externals and also provides a simple switching
function. In addition, PLIM provides the VLAN function for the QoS support interworking
with WIM through the internal back panel in one board.
In this case, because there are separate Ethernet ports from the back panel, it is available to
use all 16 ports LAN.
Main Function
The main function of the LIM is as follows:
Ÿ
10/100 BASE-T, Full/Half duplex automatic sensing function
Ÿ
The VLAN function for the QoS support
Ÿ
The switching function
Ÿ
PoE function
SettingPLIM
PLIM is available to select the internal PSU (connecting the shunt pin 1-2) and
the external rectifier (connecting the shunt pin 2-3) by using the shunt pin (J1, J2,
J3). For the detailed description for the shunt pin connection, refer to ‘OfficeServ
7200 Installation Manual’
Specification
The PLIM provides 16 10/100 BASE-T ports.
Front View of PLIM
The front view of the PLIM is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
PLIM
LIM-P
Figure 2.32 Front View of the PLIM
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The components on the front panel of the PLIM have the functions below:
Table 2.34 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P16
Ethernet Connection Port
Left LED of Each Port
Link Operation
- Blinking: Link is in operation
Right LED of Each Port
10/100 BASE-T Operation
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-Tx
SelectingPLIM Power Supply
The PLIM is available to use the internal rectifier (PSU: Power Supply Unit) or
external rectifier, and select the power supply source through using the shunt pin.
The detail is described in OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual.
2.3.4.4 PLIM2
The PLIM2 transmits the data through the intranet, and provides a 10/100 BASE-T
interface. It provides the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function to supply the 48 V power to
externals and also provides a simple switching function.
Major Functions
The major functions of the PLIM2 are as follows.
Ÿ
10/100 BASE-T, Full/Half duplex automatic detection function
Ÿ
Switching function
Ÿ
PoE function
SettingPLIM2
Using the shunt pin (J1, J2, J3), the PLIM2 can select from the internal PSU
(connect shunt pin no. 1-2) and the external rectifier (connect shunt pin no. 2-3).
Refer to the ‘OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual’ for more details concerning the
connection of the shunt pin.
Specification
The PLIM2 provides 16 10/100 BASE-T ports.
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Front View of the PLIM2
The front view of the PLIM2 is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
PLIM2
Figure 2.33 Front View of the PLIM2
The components on the front panel of the PLIM2 have the functions below:
Table 2.35 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM2
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P16
Port that connects to the Ethernet
Left LED of P1~P4,
First LED: Indicates if the P1~P4, P9~P12’s link is operating
P9~P12
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P1~P4, P9~P12 are operating in
10/100 BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
Right LED of
First LED: Indicates if the P5~P8, P13~P16’s link is operating
P1~P4, P9~P12
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P5~P8, P13~P16 are operating in
10/100 BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
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2.3.4.5 GPLIM
The Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module (GPLIM) provides data transmission through the
intranet. Compared to the PLIM, the GPLIM comes with an additional GbE interface and
can provide 12 10/100 BASE-T interface ports and 2 1000 BASE-TX/SX/LX ports. The
GPLIM acts as a Managed Switch and provides functions such as VLAN, QoS and RSTP.
Major Functions
The major functions of the GPLIM are as follows.
Ÿ
L2 Ethernet Switching
Ÿ
10/100 BASE Full/Half duplex auto-sensing
Ÿ
Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Ÿ
VLAN Networking (802.1q)
Ÿ
Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
Ÿ
Flow Control (802.3x)
Ÿ
Multi-casting (IGMP Snooping)
Ÿ
IEEE 802.3af PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Specification
The specification of the GPLIM is as follows.
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Ÿ
12 10/100 BASE-T interface ports
Ÿ
2 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX interface ports
Ÿ
1 Serial console port (also used as P12)
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Front View of the GPLIM
The front view of the GPLIM is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P13
LNK ACT
LNK ACT
RST
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P14
GPLIM
Figure 2.34 Front View of the GPLIM
The components on the front panel of the GPLIM have the functions below:
Table 2.36 Ports and LEDs of the GPLIM
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P12
Ports that connect to the 10/100BASE-T Ethernet
P13, P14
Ports that connect to the 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
Left LED of P1~P6
First LED: Indicates if the P1~P6’s link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P1~P6 are operating in 10/100 BASET mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
Right LED of P1~P6
First LED: Indicates if the P7~P12’s link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P7~P12 are operating in 10/100
BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
LNK LED
Turns on if the Giga port P13~P14’s link is connected
ACT LED
Blinks if the Giga port P13~P14 are active
RST
Button for resetting the GPLIM
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2.3.4.6 GPLIMT
The Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX (GPLIMT) provides data transmission through
the intranet. Compared to the PLIM, the GPLIMT comes with an additional GbE interface
and can provide 12 10/100 BASE-T interface ports and 2 1000 BASE-TX ports.
The GPLIMT provides a simple switching hub function.
Major Functions
The major functions of the GPLIMT are as follows.
Ÿ
L2 Ethernet Switching
Ÿ
10/100 BASE Full/Half duplex auto-sensing
Ÿ
VLAN Networking (802.1q)
Ÿ
Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
Ÿ
Flow Control (802.3x)
Ÿ
Multi-casting (IGMP Snooping)
Ÿ
IEEE 802.3af PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Specification
The specification of the GPLIMT is as follows.
Ÿ
12 10/100 BASE-T interface port
Ÿ
2 10/100/1000 BASE-TX interface port
Ÿ
1 Serial console port (also used as P12)
Front View of the 4HTRK
The front view of the GPLIMT is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P13
LNK SPD
LNK SPD
RST
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P14
GPLIMT
Figure 2.35 Front View of the GPLIMT
The components on the front panel of the GPLIMT have the functions below:
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Table 2.37 Ports and LEDs of the GPLIMT
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P12
Ports that connect to the 10/100BASE-T Ethernet
P13, P14
Ports that connect to the 10/100/1000 BASE-TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
Left LED of P1~P6
First LED: Indicates if the P1~P6’s link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P1~P6 are operating in 10/100 BASET mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
Right LED of P1~P6
First LED: Indicates if the P7~P12’s link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P7~P12 are operating in 10/100
BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
LNK LED
- Turns on if the Giga port P13~P14’s link is connected.
- Blinks if the corresponding ports are active.
SPD LED
Indicates whether the Giga ports P13~P14 are operating in 10/100/1000
BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
- Blink: The ports are operating in 1000 BASE-TX mode
RST
Button for resetting the GPLIMT
2.3.4.7 GSIM
The Gigabit Switch Interface Module (GSIM) provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 Gigabit LAN
interfaces to support the data network.
Major Functions
The major functions of the GSIM are as follows.
Ÿ
L3 Unicasting Protocol
Ÿ
L3 Multicasting Protocol
Ÿ
Ethernet Switch (802.3 compatible)
Ÿ
1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX port
Ÿ
Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
Ÿ
VLAN Networking (802.1q)
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Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP, PVST+)
Ÿ
Diffserv
Ÿ
Flow Control (802.3x)
Ÿ
Multi-casting (IGMPv1/v2, DVMRP, PIM-SM)
Specification
The specification of the GSIM is as follows.
Ÿ
10 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX interface ports
Front View of the GSIM
The front view of the GSIM is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
LNK
ACT
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
SIO
GSIM
Figure 2.36 Front View of the GSIM
The components on the front panel of the GSIM have the functions below:
Table 2.38 Ports and LEDs of the GSIM
Ports, LEDs
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Functions
P1~P10
Ports that connect to the 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
SIO
Port that connects to the RS-232
LNK LED
Turns on if the P1~P10’s link is connected
ACT LED
Blinks if the P1~P10 are active
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2.3.4.8 GSIMT
The Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX (GSIMT) provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 Gigabit
LAN interfaces to support the data network.
Major Functions
The major functions of the GSIM are as follows.
Ÿ
L3 Unicasting Protocol
Ÿ
L3 Multicasting Protocol
Ÿ
Ethernet Switch (802.3 compatible)
Ÿ
10/100/1000 BASE-TX port
Ÿ
Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
Ÿ
VLAN Networking (802.1q)
Ÿ
Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP, PVST+)
Ÿ
Diffserv
Ÿ
Flow Control (802.3x)
Ÿ
Multi-casting (IGMPv1/v2, DVMRP, PIM-SM)
Specification
The specification of the GSIMT is as follows.
12 10/100/1000 BASE- TX interface ports
Front View of the GSIM
The front view of the GSIMT is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
SIO
PWR RUN
LNK SPD
RST
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
DBL
GSIMT
Figure 2.37 Front View of the GSIMT
The components on the front panel of the GSIMT have the functions below:
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Table 2.39 Ports and LEDs of the GSIMT
Ports, LEDs
Functions
P1~P12
Ports that connect to the 10/100/1000 BASE-TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
SIO
Port that connects to the RS-232
DBL
Port that connects to the LAN for debugging purpose
Left LED of P1~P6
Indicates whether the P1~P6 are operating in 10/100/1000 BASE-TX
mode
- Alternates between green and orange: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- Green Light: In operation as 100 BASE-TX (blinks if active)
- Orange Light: In operation as 1000 BASE-TX (blinks if active)
Right LED of P1~P6
Indicates whether the P7~P12 are operating in 10/100/1000 BASE-TX
mode
- Alternates between green and orange: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- Green Light: In operation as 100 BASE-TX (blinks if active)
- Orange Light: In operation as 1000 BASE-TX (blinks if active)
PWR LED
Power Supply Status
- On: The power is being supplied normally
RUN LED
GSIMT Operation Status
- Blinking: The RAM programming is running
LNK LED
Turns on if the DBL port link is connected
SPD LED
Indicates whether the DBL port is operating in 10/100BASE-T Ethernet
mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX (blinks if active)
RST
Button for resetting the GSIMT
2.3.4.9 4SWM
The 4SWM is mounted on MP20S. The 4SWM receives/transmits data from/to Internet,
provides 100 Base-T interface and performs the Layer2 Switch function as the data
transmission/reception board to/from Internet.
Main function
The main functions of 4SWM are as follows:
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Auto-detection function of 100 BASE-T and Full/Half duplex
Ÿ
802.1p and VLAN function to support QoS
Ÿ
Layer 2 Switch function
Ÿ
Flow Control (802.3x)
Ÿ
Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Ÿ
IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet(PoE)
Ÿ
IGMP Snooping
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Specifications
4SWM, provides four 100 Base-T ports.
The 4SWM (Unmanaged Layer 2 Switch) can be installed without PoE feature in MP20S.
Board View
The board view of the 4SWM, is shown in the figure below:
J1
P1
Figure 2.38 4SWM
Table 2.40 Ports of the 4SWM
Ports
Functions
J1
Connector for connecting lines to the four (4) ports
P1
100-pin Connector
Connector for connecting a signal line to the UNI board
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2.3.5 Voice Application Board
This section describes the interface board that uses the DASL to send/receive voice to/from
the phone system and wireless base station as well as the board that converts voice to data
and then sends/receives the data.
2.3.5.1 MGI16
The MGI16 converts the voice into data and transmits the data through the data network.
It supports a maximum of 16 channels and provides the G.729, G.723, G.711 voice
compression/decompression function. It also provides a T.38 specification compliant Fax
function. The MGI16 is not available for MP20S.
Major Functions
The major functions of the MGI16 are as follows:
Ÿ
Voice decompression (Codec): G.729, G.723, and G.711
Ÿ
Fax Relay Function: Providing 1 FAX channel according to Voice 1 channel
Ÿ
Echo cancellation: Dual Filter EC (Enhanced EC)
Ÿ
Volume adjustment (-14~+6 dBm)
Ÿ
Silence suppression
Front View of MGI16 Board
The front view of the MGI16 is shown in the figure below:
PWR RUN
RST
LAN
LAN LAN
Tx
Rx
SVC DSP RTPT RTPR
SIO
MGI16
Figure 2.39 Front View of the MGI16
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The components on the front panel of the MGI16 have the functions below:
Table 2.41 Ports and LEDs of the MGI16
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LAN
Port that connects the Ethernet.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
RST
Button for resetting the MGI16.
PWR LED
This LED indicates the power supply status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Power is being supplied properly.
RUN LED
This LED indicates MGI16 board status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Booting.
- Blink: The RAM program is operating.
LAN Tx LED
This LED indicates the status of the Ethernet data transmission.
- Off: Data does not exist.
- On or blink: Data is being transmitted.
LAN Rx LED
This LED indicates the reception status of the link and Ethernet data.
- Off: Data does not exist or the link is not connected.
- On or blink: Data is being received.
SVC LED
This LED indicates if the service is being offered.
- This LED blinks when the software task can be serviced.
DSP LED
This LED indicates if the VoIP DSP is operating.
- This LED blinks when the VoIP DSP operates.
RTPT LED
This LED indicates if the voice packets are being forwarded.
- This LED turns on when the voice packets are forwarded.
RTPR LED
This LED indicates if the voice packets are being received.
- This LED turns on when the voice packets are received
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2.3.5.2 OAS (OfficeServ Application Server)
The OAS converts the voice into data and transmits the data through the data network.
It supports a maximum of 32 channels and provides the G.729, G.723, G.711 voice
compression/decompression function. It also provides a T.38 specification compliant Fax
function. OAS can be mounted on slots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the basic and expansion cabinet.
If the OAS board is mounted on one of the slot 1 and 2, no board can be mounted on the
other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work.
Major Functions
The major functions of the OAS are as follows:
Ÿ
Voice decompression (Codec): G.729, G.723, and G.711
Ÿ
Fax Relay Function: Providing 1 FAX channel according to Voice 1 channel
Ÿ
Echo cancellation: Dual Filter EC (Enhanced EC)
Ÿ
Volume adjustment (-14~+6 dBm)
Ÿ
Silence suppression
Ÿ
DTMF receiver functions with channel numbers such as 32, 28, 24 or 16 for MOBEX
Executive user.
Ÿ
MPS (Media Proxy Service) redirects the RTP data for the call between IP Phone of
Private IP Network and that of Public IP Network.
Front View of OAS
The front view of the OAS is shown in the figure below:
PWR RUN
RST
LAN
LAN LAN
Tx
Rx
SVC1 SVC2 SVC3 SVC4
SIO
OAS
Figure 2.40 Front View of the OAS
The components on the front panel of the OAS have the functions below:
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Table 2.42 Ports and LEDs of the OAS
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LAN
Port that connects the Ethernet.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
RST
Button for resetting the OAS.
PWR LED
This LED indicates the power supply status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Power is being supplied properly.
RUN LED
This LED indicates OAS status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Booting.
- Blink: The RAM program is operating.
LAN Tx LED
This LED indicates the status of the Ethernet data transmission.
- Off: Data does not exist.
- On or blink: Data is being transmitted.
LAN Rx LED
This LED indicates the reception status of the link and Ethernet data.
- Off: Data does not exist or the link is not connected.
- On or blink: Data is being received.
SVC1 LED
This LED indicates if the MGI service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MGI software task can be serviced.
SVC2 LED
This LED indicates if the MFR service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MFR software task can be serviced.
SVC3 LED
This LED indicates if the MPS service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MPS software task can be serviced.
SVC4 LED
This LED indicates if the LINK is connected to MP.
- This LED turns on when the LINK is connected to MP.
Mountingthe OAS in 16 channels slot
If the OAS is mounted on one of 16 channels slot, no board can be mounted on
the other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work.
(If the slot 1 is occupied with the OAS, the slot 2 should be empty. And if the slot 2
is occupied with the OAS, the slot 1 should be empty.
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2.3.6 VMS Board (SVMi-20E)
SVMi-20E is Voice Mailing System (VMS) that its own voice mail box and automatic
repeater functions are mounted. SVMi-20E provides all necessary voice mailbox function.
This SVMi-20E is the product that is easy to use and install. The SVMi-20E is not
available for MP20S.
Main Function
Main Function and Feature of the SVMi-20E are as follows:
Ÿ
It is available to use the automatic repeater and voice mailbox functions separately, or
simultaneously.
Ÿ
Basically, it is available to process 4 calls at the same time, and if upgraded, 12 calls
are available.
Ÿ
Because SVMi-20E is designed as the type of modular, it is easy to add voice ports if
necessary.
Ÿ
Only one SVMi-20E is available to be installed in the OfficeServ 7200, and it is
available to use by connecting other voice mail system to SVMi-20E.
Specification
The specification of SVMi-20E is as follows:
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Maximum Port: 4~12 (Default: 4)
Ÿ
Maximum Recoding Time: 150hours (HDD model option)
Ÿ
Maximum Subscriber Number: 0~30000 (Default:30000)
Ÿ
Message Holding Period: 0~9999 day (Default: 9999)
Ÿ
Total Message Number per Mailbox: 0~9999 (Default: 9999)
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Maximum Message Length: 0~9999 sec. (Default: 600)
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Front View of SVMi-20E
The front view configuration of the SBC board, which is the main board of SVMi-20E is as
follows:
VM1 VM2 VM3 HDD
LAT LRT SDN PGD
RST
LAN
SIO
SVMi-20E
Figure 2.41 Front View of the SVMi-20E
The components on the front panel of SVMi-20E is as follows:
Table 2.43 Ports and LEDs of the SVMi-20E
Ports, LEDs
LAN
Functions
The LAN interface connector is used for data transmission and database backup.
It is also called as ‘LAN connector’ and mainly used for system file transmission
(backup and restore) SVMi-20E backs up or restores data by using LAN provided
by customer or by connecting to laptop computer or PC connected the relevant
LAN connector.
SIO
Used to connect to PC.
RST
If pushing this button, SVMi-20E system starts and the call in progress is
disconnected.
VM1 LED
When one or more ports are hooked on/off in the first 4 ports (1~4), it blinks.
VM2 LED
When one or more ports are hooked on/off in the second 4 ports (5~8), it blinks.
VM3 LED
When one or more ports are hooked on/off in the final 4 ports (9~12), it blinks.
HDD LED
If accessing to the hard disk driver, LCD blinks.
LAT LED
When the LAN port is run, LED is turned on into green color.
LRT LED
When transmitting data to LAN, LED is turned on into orange color.
SDN LED
This LED displays the system status. When the system driver is loaded, LED is
turned on into red color, and if the loading is terminated, LED is turned into green
color.
PGD LED
If the system power is normal, LED is turned on into green color.
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2.4 Station Phones
This section describes the types and features of analogue/digital station phones that can be
connected to the OfficeServ 7200.
2.4.1 Regular Phones
The regular phones used for voice calls are connected to the ports of the 8SLI/8SLI2/
16SLI2/8COMBO/8COMBO2/16MWSLI mounted on the Universal slot of the OfficeServ
7200.
2.4.2 Digital Phones
Digital phone are used for voice calls or data transmission and connected to the ports of the
8DLI/16DLI/8COMBO/16DLI2/8COMBO2 mounted on the Universal slot of the
OfficeServ 7200. The digital phones can be used by connecting with devices such as Add
On Module (AOM), Keyset Daughter Board (KDB)-D, and KDB-S.
The 5000 Series Digital Keysets are as follows:
14-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5014D)
2-60
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
14 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
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21-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5021D)
Ÿ
48-character display (2 Í 24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
21 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset
functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk-or wall-mounted
7-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5007S)
Ÿ
48-character display (2 Í 24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
7 programmable keys
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
14-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5014S)
Ÿ
48-character display (2 Í 24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
14 programmable keys
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk or wall-mounted
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38-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5038S)
Ÿ
48-character display (2 Í 24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
38 programmable keys
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
12-Button Large LCD Keyset (DS-5012L)
Ÿ
Large LCD with 12 keys for feature selection
Ÿ
Supports data transfer, handset calls and fullduplex speakerphone
Ÿ
USB interface
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Up to 8 DS-5012L phones can be connected with the DLI module (8DLI/16DLI).
24 DS-5012L phones can be connected to both the basic chassis and expansion
chassis (48 totals).
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2.4.3 IP Phones
Internet (IP) phones use IP addresses to send/receive voice and data. They use existing data
network lines, so do not need normal phone lines, and can be connected to devices such as
a switching hub. They are connected to other digital phones through the MGI16.
The 5000/5100 Series IP Keysets are as follows:
12-Button Large LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5012L/5112L)
Ÿ
Large LCD with 12 keys for feature selection
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of Keyset functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
14-Button 2-Line LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5014D)
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
14 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset
functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
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21-Button 2-Line LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5021D)
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
21 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset
functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
The 5100 Series IP Keysets are as follows:
12-Button Large LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5112L)
Ÿ
Large TFT Color LCD with 12 keys for feature
selection
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of Keyset functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
14-Button 2-Line LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5114D)
2-64
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
14 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset
functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
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Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk-or wall-mounted
21-Button 2-Line LCD IP Keyset (ITP-5121D)
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
21 programmable keys
Ÿ
Navigation keys for easy use of keyset
functions
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk- or wall-mounted
7-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5107S)
Ÿ
48-character display (2Í24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
7 programmable keys
Ÿ
5 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
8 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk-or wall-mounted
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5-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (SMT-i3100)
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128-character display (8Í16) LCD with 3
associated soft keys
Ÿ
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
Ÿ
5 programmable keys
Ÿ
10 fixed-function keys
Ÿ
Built-in speakerphone
Ÿ
Keyset Status Indicator
Ÿ
5 selectable ring tones
Ÿ
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Ÿ
Desk-or wall-mounted
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2.4.4 Add-On Module (AOM)
DS-5064B 64-Button AOM
Ÿ
64 programmable keys with red LEDs
Ÿ
Up to 4 can be assigned to a keyset to provide
additional programmable keys
2.4.5 Keyset Daughter Board (KDB)
5000 Series Keyset Daughter Board
DS-5014D, DS-5021D and DS-5038S keysets support one of 3 different types of daughter
board installed on them to enhance operation or to provide an additional local port,
depending on the type of daughter board.
KDB-Digital Line Interface (KDB-D)
If your keyset is connected to a Digital Line Interface (DLI) port that
supports 2B+D operation, you may install a daughter board that provides a
Digital Line Interface (DLI) port for connection of a digital station device
such as a keyset or 64 button add-on modules.
KDB-Subscriber Line Interface (KDB-S)
If your keyset is connected to a Digital Line Interface (DLI) port that
supports 2B+D operation, you may install a daughter board that provides a
Subscriber Line Interface (SLI) port for connection of a standard telephone
device such as a cordless phone.
KDB-Full Duplex (KDB-F)
The standard speakerphone mode of operation for 2-line LCD keysets is ‘half
duplex’. This means that you cannot transmit and receive speech at the same
time. Adding a KDB-F to your keyset will convert the speakerphone into full
duplex mode, enhancing its operation. In addition, the KDB-F may have up
to 3 external microphones attached to it for conference room type
applications. These microphones require an ‘EXTMIC’ key programmed on
the keyset to activate or deactivate them.
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2.4.6 Door Phone and Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM)
The DPIM adapts any DLI circuit for use with the door phone unit. The unit is commonly
used to request entry through locked doors (interior or exterior) or as a room monitoring
box. It provides contact control to be used with a customer-provided electric door lock.
The door phone is wall-mounted. An external weather-resistant unit is also available.
DPIM
Door Phone
Figure 2.42 DPLIM and Door Phone
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2.5 Wireless LAN Equipment
This section describes the wireless LAN BTS and mobile stations that can be connected
with the OfficeServ 7200.
2.5.1 Wireless LAN Access Point (SMT-R2000)
The Wireless Access Point (SMT-R2000) of 2.4 GHz consists of both wire and wireless
processing parts. The wireless processing part has an IEEE 802.11a/b/g standard and
wireless LAN RF interface with the wireless frequency band of 2.4 GHz and IEEE 802.11a
standard and wireless LAN RF interface with the wireless frequency band of 5 GHz.
Figure 2.43 SMT- R2000
The wire Ethernet interface is connected with the LAN based on 10/100 BASE-T and
transmits/receives data (e.g., Internet access) other than voice. The wireless processing part
transmits/receives voice data for wireless voice calls and accesses the wireless Internet.
2.5.2 Mobile Station
The SMT-W5100, which is a local wireless mobile station, uses the wireless LAN of
IEEE802.11a/b/g to allow the users to make voice calls. The SMT-W5100 supports handover when moving between the APs (SMT-R2000) and can use data terminals such as
laptops that enable the wireless LAN in the same place. The SMT-W5100 performs the
message service functions supported by the OfficeServ 7200 as well.
Figure 2.44 SMT-W5100
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2.6 Additional Devices
This section describes the types and features of devices that can be connected optionally
when the OfficeServ 7200 is installed.
2.6.1 On Hold/Background Sound Source
The OfficeServ 7200 is connected with cassettes or radios in addition to the basic tone
provided by the system or internal sound source to allow the subscribers to listen to
melodies other than ones specified to the subscribers. The devices such as the cassettes or
radios are called on a hold/background sound source.
The on hold/background sound source is mainly used for an on hold tone, background
music, or announcement and can be used by being connected with the external sound
source devices below:
Ÿ
FM radio
Ÿ
CD player
Ÿ
Cassette tape recorder
Output Resistance
The output resistance of FM radios, CD players, or cassette recorders are 8 W to
16 W.
2.6.2 External Units
The OfficeServ 7200 is connected with external units such as amplifiers or speakers for
consumers instead of internal speakers. The external units are connected via the MISC1
port of the MP20 card to the MIS option board. The MIS option board is installed in the
MP20.
2.6.3 Loud Bell
The loud bell allows the users to listen to ring signals from outside and amplifiers or
external speakers are used for the loud bell.
The loud bell is also connected via the MISC1 port of the MP20 board to the MIS option
board. Once the secondary call device is connected, a call signal rings from only a specific
phone set to MMC 205 Assign Pair Station of loud bell.
2.6.4 Common Bell
The common bell is a ring that can be specified when a station group is set. Once a station
in a group rings, other stations in the same group ring. The common bell is connected via
the MISC2 port of the MP20 board to the MIS option board.
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CHAPTER 3. Specifications of the
OfficeServ 7200
This chapter describes the capacity of the OfficeServ 7200, various signal specifications,
power specifications, rings and tones, compatible boards and terminals, and equipment
specifications.
3.1 System Capacity
Up to 180 lines can be installed and operated in the OfficeServ 7200, and the line ratio of
the station and trunk line can be adjusted within the capacity limit depending on the user’s
needs. Table 3.1 below shows the maximum line capacity of the OfficeServ 7200:
Below are the system configuration and the capacities of the system.
Table 3.1 System Configuration
Category
Cabinet
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
Basic Cabinet &
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Basic Cabinet Only
Expansion Cabinet
Media Card
MMC/SD
SD
Slot
10 (5 per one cabinet)
5
Highway
1st cabinet: two 16 ch, three 32 ch
Two 16 ch slot, three 32 ch slot
Channel
2nd cabinet: four 16 ch, one 32 ch
Control Board
MP20, LCP
MP20S
Control board
Link1~3 (HDLC with 2nd),
P1~P4: Unmanaged Layer2 Switch
Connector
MISC1, MISC2 LAN, SIO
Port, MISC, LAN, SIO
Web Management
No
Yes
Installation Tool
Yes
Yes
SNMP
No
Yes
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Table 3.2 System Resources
Category
Option Board
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
MFM/RCM/RCM2
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
None
/CRM/MISC
MFR Ch.
16 (MFM/CRM 1)
8 (Embedded)
Mobex Ch.
96 (OAS 3)
8 (Embedded)
CID Ch.
14 (RCM/RCM2/CRM 1)
6 (Embedded)
R2MFC Ch.
8 (RCM/RCM2 1)
None
14
14 (CRM 1)
In OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S, the total number of MFR & Mobex is fixed at 14.
The minimum of each channels are 6, and can be expanded to 8. If the user wants to use 8
MFR channels, the Mobex channels will be 6 channels, and vice versa.
Table 3.3 System VM/MGI/MPS Capacity
Category
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20
OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S
Voice Mail
20 (SVMi-20E)
6 (Embedded)
MGI
96 (6 MGI16)*/64 (6 OAS)**
54 (Embedded 6 & 3 OAS 48)
MPS
192 (6 OAS)
104 (Embedded 8 & 3 OAS 96)
- * The MGI16 can be used any slot include expansion cabinet, and the
OfficeServ 7200 have 10 universal slot. (Max. 5 cards)
- ** OAS can be used only 32 channels slot, it means this card can be used only
3 slots(slot 3, 4, 5) in main cabinet and 1 slot in expansion cabinet (slot 3).
(Max. 4 cards)
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Table 3.4 System Maximum Capacity
Category
STN
OS7200 with MP20
OS7200 with MP20S
PCM STN
128
64
ITP Phone
128
64
64
Wi-Fi Phone
SIP Phone
IP-UMS/IVR
**
STN Total
128
64
PCM TRK
64
60 (48*)
SIP TRK
64
H.323 TRK
32
24
SPnet TRK
64
32
TRK Total
64
60
Total
STN+TRK
192
124
Etc.
Virtual Cabinet
6
5
MOBEX standard
120
60
MOBEX executive
64
60
BHCA (0.45erl, 90sec)
3,200
2100
Condition
In case of the unconditional group ring, ring group or paging,
TRK
64
32
32
each member has one call.
- * The capacity for the PCM trunk is considered that two TEPRIa are used. So,
in case of U.S.A. the PCM trunk number is 48, and the others are 60.
- ** In OfficeServ 7200 with MP20S, the IP-UMS, IVR and ACD features are not
supported.
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Table 3.5 MP20 maximum resource capabilities with Optional Boards
Option Card
Loc #1
NONE
Loc #2
BASE
# of resources of
# of resources of
TOTAL
Loc #1
Loc #2
RESOURCE
Remark
MFR
MFR
R2
CID
MFR
R2
CID
MFR
R2
CID
NONE
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
MFM
4
-
-
-
12
-
-
16
-
-
-
RCM (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
-
RCM (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
-
RCM2
4
-
-
-
-
4
6
4
4
6
-
CRM (MFR)
4
-
-
-
4+12
-
-
20
-
-
CRM-provides-
CRM (R2)
4
-
-
-
4
14
-
8
14
-
additional-4-
CRM (CID)
4
-
-
-
4
-
14
8
-
14
CRM
4
-
-
-
4
8
6
8
8
6
(R2/CID)
(R2/CID)
DTMFReceiversbecauseEngine-has4MFR
MODEM
NONE
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
MFM
4
-
-
-
12
-
-
16
-
-
-
RCM (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
-
RCM (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
-
-
-
-
8
-
4
8
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
-
-
-
-
-
14
4
-
14
RCM2
4
-
-
-
-
4
6
4
4
6
CRM (MFR)
4
-
-
-
4+12
-
-
20
-
-
CRM provides
CRM (R2)
4
-
-
-
4
14
-
8
14
-
additional 4
CRM (CID)
4
-
-
-
4
-
14
8
-
14
CRM
4
-
-
-
4
8
6
8
8
6
Modem does
not work
(R2/CID)
(R2/CID)
DTMF
Receivers
because
Engine has
4MFR
MFM
3-4
NONE
4
12
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
-
-
MFM
4
12
-
-
12
-
-
28
-
-
-
RCM (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
8
-
16
8
-
-
RCM (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
8
-
16
8
-
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
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Table 3.5 MP20 maximum resource capabilities with Optional Boards (Continued)
Option Card
Loc #1
MFM
Loc #2
BASE
# of resources of
# of resources of
Loc #1
Loc #2
TOTAL RESOURCE
Remark
MFR
MFR
R2
CID
MFR
R2
CID
MFR
R2
CID
4
12
-
-
-
4
6
16
4
6
-
CRM (MFR)
4
12
-
-
12
-
-
28
-
-
-
CRM (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
14
-
16
14
-
-
CRM (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
CRM
4
12
-
-
-
8
6
16
8
6
-
RCM2
(R2/CID)
(R2/CID)
CRM
NONE
4
12
-
-
-
-
-
16
-
-
-
(MFR)
MFM
4
12
-
-
12
-
-
28
-
-
-
RCM (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
8
-
16
8
-
-
RCM (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
RCM2 (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
8
-
16
8
-
-
RCM2 (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
RCM2
4
12
-
-
-
4
6
16
8
6
-
CRM (MFR)
4
12
-
-
12
-
-
28
-
-
-
CRM (R2)
4
12
-
-
-
14
-
16
14
-
-
CRM (CID)
4
12
-
-
-
-
14
16
-
14
-
CRM
4
12
-
-
-
8
6
16
8
6
-
(R2/CID)
(R2/CID)
In case of MP20, the maximum line capacity is basic cabinet + expansion cabinet column
but in case of MP20S, the maximum line capacity is basic cabinet column
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3.1.1 Trunk Line Capacity
The maximum trunk line capacity of the OfficeServ 7200 is based on its configuration and
is shown in the table below:
Table 3.6 Trunk Line Capacity
Analog
Control
System
Board
Configuration
LOOP
TRK
MP20,
Basic cabinet
40
Digital
BRI
T1
E1
PRI
TRK
TRK
TRK
60
60
T1: 60
40
MP20S
MP20 only
IP
SPNET
SIP
60
32
60
32
E1: 60
Basic cabinet +
80
80
60
60
expansion cabinet
T1: 60
E1: 60
3.1.2 Station (Subscriber) Line Capacity
The maximum station line capacity for analog phones and digital phones and IP phones in
the OfficeServ 7200 is based on its configuration and is shown in the table below:
Table 3.7 Station Line Capacity
Control
System
Analog
Board
Configuration
phones
MP20,
Basic cabinet
80
MP20S
MP20 only
Basic cabinet +
120
expansion cabinet
Digital Phones
ITP
80 (24: DS-5012L:
16 (PoE, Internal PSU)
8/board)
120 (use without PoE)
120 (48: DS-5012L:
32 (PoE, Internal PSU)
8/board)
120 (use without PoE)
Table 3.8 Station (IP) Line Capacity
Control
System
Board
Configuration
MP20,
Basic cabinet
MP20S
MP20 only
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IP Station
IP Phon
16 (PoE, Internal PSU)
SMT-
SMT-
SIP
R2000
W5100
Phone
32
32
32
32
32
32
120 (use without PoE)
Basic cabinet +
32 (PoE, Internal PSU)
expansion cabinet
120 (use without PoE)
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3.2 Electrical Specifications
3.2.1 Signal Specifications
The signal processing protocol is used for interfacing messages between the trunk
lines/stations and system. Also, the signal processing protocol refers to the method for
providing status information.
3.2.1.1 SignalingType of the Trunk Line
Loop Start
When processing the loop start signals, the on-hook and off-hook status is controlled by the flow
of the electric current. The loop is a closed loop trunk circuit or standard 2500-type set loop.
OPEN END
CLOSED END
GND
T
T
X
E
E
-48 VDC
(C.O.)
Key Telephone
Figure 3.1 Trunk Line Loop Start Signaling
T1 Trunk Line
The electrical characteristics of the T1 trunk line comply with the ITU G.703 and G.704
standards.
Table 3.9 Electrical Characteristics of the T1 Trunk Line
Category
Specification
Transfer speed
1544 Kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
AMI or B8ZS
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (G.703) regardless of the codes.
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
100 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Signal
Level
Power at the frequency of
772 kHz
±12~±19 dBm
Power at the frequency of
1544 kHz
25 dB or higher when the power is less than the power
at the frequency of 772 kHz
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The signaling specifications and signaling method of the T1 trunk line should comply with
the ITU G.703 and G.704 standards.
E1 Trunk Line
The electrical characteristics of the E1 trunk line comply with the ITU G.703 and the G.704
standards.
Table 3.10 Electrical Characteristics of the E1 Trunk Line
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
2048 Kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
High Density Bipolar of Order 3 (HDB3)
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (G.703) regardless of the codes.
Nominal and pulse
244 ns
Jitter of the I/O terminal
Refer to the G.823.
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Blank (non-pulse) peak voltage
0 ± 0.300 V
The signaling specification and signaling method of the E1 trunk line comply with the ITU
G.703 and G.704 standards.
Characteristics of the ISDN Interface Transmission
The electrical characteristics of the ISDN (BRI) interface comply with the ITU I.430 and
ETS 300 012 standards.
Table 3.11 Electrical Characteristics of the BRI Trunk Line
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
192 Kbits/s ±100 ppm
Code
AMI
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (I.403) regardless of the codes.
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Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
2.75 V
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The electrical characteristics of the ISDN (PRI) interface comply with the ITU I.431 and
ETS 300 011 standards.
Table 3.12 Electrical Characteristics of the PRI Trunk Line
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
2048 Kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
High Density Bipolar of Order 3 (HDB3)
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (I.403) regardless of the codes.
Nominal and pulse
244 ns
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Blank (non-pulse) peak voltage
0 ±0.300 V
The electrical characteristics of the Digital Line Interface (DLI) are shown in the table
below:
Table 3.13 Electrical Characteristics of the DLI Line
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
384 Kbits/s
Code
AMI
Pulse type
Typical AMI waveform
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3.2.1.2 SignalingType of the Dedicated Line
Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface
The electrical characteristics of the V.35 interface are shown in the table below:
Table 3.14 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (V.35 Interface)
Category
Specification
Maximum transmission speed
10 Mbits/s
Transmission code
V.35 driver
Number of transmission lines
18
Characteristic resistance
100 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±2 V
Input differential threshold
±80 mV
The electrical characteristics of the RS-232C (V.28) interface are shown in the table below:
Table 3.15 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (RS-232C Interface)
Category
Specification
Maximum transmission speed
230 Kbits/s
Transmission code
V.28 driver
Number of transmission lines
14
Characteristic resistance
3 KW-7K W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±15 V
Input threshold
+1.2-1.7 V
The electrical characteristics of the RS-449 (V.11) interface are shown in the table below:
Table 3.16 Electrical Characteristics of the WIM Interface (RS-499 Interface)
Category
3-10
Specification
Maximum transmission speed
10 Mbits/s
Transmission code
V.11 driver
Number of transmission lines
24
Characteristic resistance
100 W
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±10 V
Input threshold
±0.3 V
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3.2.1.3 SignalingType of the LAN
The electrical characteristics of the 10 BASE-T, which complies with the IEEE802.3
standard, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.17 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (10 BASE-T)
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
10 Mbits/s ±50 ppm
Transmission code
Manchester coding
- When the transmission data bit is ‘0’, the higher level of the middle
bit is inversed into the lower level. When the transmission data bit is
‘1’, the lower level of the middle bit is inversed into the higher level.
Access control method
Transmission media
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD)
UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) CAT3, CAT4, CAT5,
STP (Shielded Twisted Pair)
Number of the UTP pairs
2 pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 W
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 5 mm
The electrical characteristics of the 100 BASE-Tx, which complies with the IEEE802.3u
standard, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.18 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (100 BASE-T)
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
100 Mbits/s ±50 ppm
Transmission code
4B/5B+MLT-3 (4 bit/5 bit) converts the data of 4 bits to the data of
5 bits and encodes the data on the physical layer. Multi Level
Transmission-3 (MLT-3) encodes transmission data into 3 levels
(high, middle, and low)
Access control type
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
UTP CAT5, STP
Number of UTP pairs
Two pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 W
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 6 mm
UTP Cable Type
The UTP cable is divided into Straight-through UTP cable and Crossover UTP
cable. The Straight-through UTP cable is used to connect the OfficeServ 7200’s
LIM/PLIM module with other modules (MP20, MGI16, WIM).
The Crossover UTP cable is used to connect between the LIM/PLIM modules
only.
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The electrical characteristics of the 1000 BASE-TX, which complies with the IEEE802.3ab
standard, are shown in the table below
Table 3.19 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (1000 BASE-TX)
Category
Specification
Transmission speed
1000 Mbits/s
Transmission code
8B1Q4 (the 8 bit transmission data is processed using additional
scramble/error detection bits, converted into 9 bit transmission code,
mapped into 5 levels/4 amplitude modulated transmission signals
using the mapping table, randomized into each pair of actual
transmission signals, then transmitted)
Access control type
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
UTP CAT5 (Up to 100 m)
Number of UTP pairs
4 pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 W
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 6 mm
Transmission speed
1000 Mbits/s
Transmission code
8B/10B Data Encoding
Processes the 8 bit data received through the upper-layer MAC sublayer as one nibble, converts each nibble into 10 bit code through
the physical layer, and transmits the code.
The transmission speed is 1250 Mbps after changing from 8-bit to
10-bit code.
Access control type
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
- SX: Multi-Mode Optical Fiber (MMF)
- LX: Multi-Mode Optical Fiber/Single-Mode Optical Fiber (SMF)
Number of Optical Fiber
2 Pairs
Max Transmission Length
- SX: Up to 550 m
- LX: Up to 5 km
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 6 mm
Table 3.20 Electrical Characteristics of 1000 BASE-Sx/LX Fiber Optic
Mode Band
Fiber Type
62.5uM MMF
50uM MMF
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Transmission Distance (m)
(Short Wave/Long
Wave MHz.Km)
1000BASE-SX
1000BASE-LX
160/500
220
550
200/500
275
550
400/400
500
550
500/500
550
550
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Mode Band
The mode band in the previous table represents the quality of the multi-mode
optical fiber relative to the transmission speed. The unit is generally represented
in MHz.Km, the optical signal’s bit rate (the flickering rate of the optical signal)
multiplied by the maximum transmission distance. The higher value means farther
transmission of higher optical signal with higher bit rate. When using the shortwave laser and the long-wave laser, a mode band is also specified for each type.
Categories of UTP Cable
UTP Cables are classified into Straight-through UTP cable and Crossover UTP
cable. The Straight-through UTP cable is used for connecting the LIM or PLIM
module of OfficeServ 7200 to other modules (MP20, MGI16, WIM).
The Crossover UTP cable is used for connecting only LIM (PLIM) module to LIM
(PLIM) module.
3.2.1.4 SignalingType of the Station
Dial Pulse SignalingType
Ÿ
Ratio-10 Pulse Per Second (PPS)
Ÿ
Make/Break Ratio (M/B ratio)-33 %: 66 % (It can be adjusted by the software.)
Ÿ
The minimum signaling time between digits-20 ms (It can be adjusted by the software.)
DTMF Push Button Dialing
The DTMF signal processing complies with the ITU standard, which enables the user to
send/receive the signals of digital phones through the trunk line and to process the signals
of analog phones.
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3.2.2 Transmission Characteristics
Ÿ
Attenuation
- Attenuation between subscribers: Less than 6 dB
- Attenuation between the subscriber and local trunk line: Less than 0.5 dB
Ÿ
Characteristic resistance of the line: 600 W
Ÿ
Weighted noise: Less than-65 dBm
Ÿ
Crosstalk attenuation: Less than-68 dBm
Ÿ
Frequency band: 300~3400 Hz
Ÿ
Insulation resistance: More than 1 MW
3.2.3 Line Conditions
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Ÿ
Length for installation:
- Analog phones: Up to 1 km (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
- Digital phones: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
- Door phones: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
- AOMs: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
Ÿ
Leakage resistance between lines: More than 20 kW
Ÿ
Leakage resistance between grounds: More than 20 kW
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3.3 Power Specifications
3.3.1 Power Supply Unit
The Power Supply Unit (PSU) is installed in the cabinet of the OfficeServ 7200. The PSU
supplies the power of -48 V DC received from the external power supply unit to each board.
The rating is as follows.
Ÿ
RATING: AC220~240V, 6A; 50/60 Hz or DC48 V 3 A
Ÿ
RATING: AC100~120 V, 6 A; 50/60 Hz or DC48 V 3 A (for U.S.A)
Table 3.21 Power Specifications
Power Supply Unit (PSU)
PSU
Input power
Specification
AC 220~240 V (Other country)
AC100~120 V (USA)
Output power
- DC - 48 V, 2.2 A
- DC -5 V, 1.0 A
- DC +3.3 V, 10 A
- DC +5 V, 8.0 A
- DC +12 V, 0.4 A
- DC -54 V, 0.4 A (for backup)
External rectifier
Input power
AC 110~220 V (Free Volt)
(OfficeServ 7150)
Output power
DC -54 V, 15 A (Installed 2 Power unit, USA)
DC -54 V, 20 A (Installed 2 Power unit, Other country)
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3.3.2 External Rectifier
External Rectifier is an external power resource to supply the power to IP telephone and
SMT-R2000 connected the OfficeServ 7200 when using the PLIM.
Because the internal power capacity is not enough, 48 V power source is supplied to the
external equipment by connecting the supplementary power source.
External Battery Button
A
B
External
Rectifier
Red line
Blue line
External Battery Socket
OfficeServ
7200
Figure 3.2 External Rectifier
Installingan External Rectifier
For details concerning the installation of the external rectifier, refer to the
‘OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual’.
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3.4 Rings and Tones
3.4.1 RingCycles
The OfficeServ 7200 provides the trunk line rings, station rings, door rings, and alarm rings.
The ON/OFF cycle of each ring is shown in the table below:
(It is different according to a country and available to be modified by the software)
Table 3.22 System RingCycles
Ring
ON/OFF Cycle
Trunk line ring
1000/2000 ms
Station ring
400/200/400/3000 ms
Door ring
400/200/400/200/400/2000 ms
Alarm ring
400/200/400/200/400/200/400/1000 ms
RingON/OFF Cycle
The ON/OFF cycle can be adjusted by changing the values of the system
database.
3.4.2 Ring
The output voltage and frequency of the ring signals in the OfficeServ 7200 are as follows:
Ÿ
Output voltage: 75 Vrms Square Wave (Built in SLI)
75 Vrms External Sinewave (Italy, Australia)
Ÿ
Frequency: 20 or 25 Hz
The OfficeServ 7200 provides the users with various tones to notify the users of the status
of functional operations and give feedback to the users. The ON/OFF cycles of currently
specified tones are shown in the table next page:
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3.4.3 Tones
Table 3.23 Cycles of the System Tones
Tone
ON/OFF Cycle
Dial tone
1000/250 ms
Busy Tone
500/500 ms
Do Not Disturb tone
250/250 ms
Ring Back tone
1000/2000 ms
Call Park tone
Continuous
Confirmation/Caution/Barge-In tone
50/50 ms
Call Back/Hold tone
500/3500 ms
Ring Back tone
1000/2000 ms
Error/Number Unobtainable tone
250/250 ms
Message Camp On tone
Continuous
Tone ON/OFF Cycle
The ON/OFF cycle can be adjusted by changing the values of the system
database.
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3.5 Available Terminals
The terminals available to the OfficeServ 7200 are shown in the table below:
Table 3.24 OfficeServ 7200 Compatible Terminals
Type
Digital phone
Terminal
DS-5014D, DS-5021D, DS-5038D, DS-5012L,
DS-4000 series, DS-24SE, DS-24D, DS-2024E, DS-2021E,
DS-3020S
IP phone
ITP-5121D/5114D/5107S, ITP-5112L, SMT-i3100
Wireless LAN device (WLAN)
SMT-W5100 (MS), SMT-R2000 (Access Point device)
DSS
DS-64B
AOM
- DS-5064BAOM, DS-4014AOM, DS-4064AOM, DS-24SE
AOM, DS-2024EAOM, DS-3020SAOM
- The AOM can be interconnected with the OfficeServ 7200’s
16 16DLIs, 8 8DLIs, and 8 8HYB/8COMBO/8COMBO2s.
Others
KDB-S, KDB-D, DPIM, door phone
Compatible Terminals
All the compatible terminals of the iDCS 500 Premium system are available to the
OfficeServ 7200 since the compatible terminals can be changed depending on
system settings, contact the system administrator.
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3.6 Equipment Specifications
The OfficeServ 7200 consists of the two cabinets shown in the figure below:
Expansion Cabinet
Basic Cabinet
Figure 3.3 Cabinet Configuration of the OfficeServ 7200
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Ÿ
When the OfficeServ 7200 consists of one cabinet (basic cabinet)
440 (W) × 123.8 (H) × 410 (D) mm
Ÿ
When the OfficeServ 7200 consists of two cabinets (basic cabinet + expansion
cabinet)
440 (W) × 247.6 (H) × 410 (D) mm
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3.7 Port Number Usage Detail
3.7.1 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number
The port numbers used by the OfficeServ 7000 series are represented in the next table.
Table 3.25 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number
Category
System
Service Type
SPnet
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
Remarks
6100
For connection setup
1024~4999
For maintaining TCP
Connection
IP Phone
TCP, UDP
6000
For connection setup
interface
UDP
1024~4999
For signaling to IP phone
H.323 Gateway
UDP
1719
For connection with
Gatekeeper
TCP
1720
For connection setup
1024~4999
For maintaining TCP
Connection
SIP Gateway
UDP
5060
For connection setup
OSM interface
TCP
5000, 5200
OSM connection
CTI interface
TCP
5002
CTI Connection
5003
Program upload to Media
Program Upload
card
OfficeServ News
5012
OfficeServ News Server
connection
Installation Tool
5090, 5091
OfficeServ Installation Tool
connection
Web
5092, 5094,
Web Server-MP/VM
Management
6001
connection
7200 Web
5092, 5093
Web Server-MP/VM/
(internal)
Router connection
reserved
5000~5099
SMDR Report
5100
Reserved for new service
SMDR printout to IP
connection
UCD Report
5101
UCD printout to IP
connection
Traffic Report
5102
Traffic Report to IP
connection
Alarm Report
5103
System Alarm Report to IP
connection
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Table 3.25 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number (Continued)
Category
System
Service Type
Periodic UCD
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
5105
Remarks
Periodic UCD printout to IP
connection
Hotel/Motel Report
5106
Hotel Report to IP
connection
BD-PMS
5107, 5109
Bi-direction PMS
connection
Centralized M & A
5110, 5210
Centralized M & A
connection
GPS Clock
5111
GPS Clock Server
connection
PIN Server
5112
PIN Code Server
connection
SMDR/ANI
5113
SMDR/ANI Server
connection
SMDR Server
5150, 5151
SMDR Server connection
reserved
5100~5199
Reserved for new service
QoS Monitor
8500
QoS Monitor Server
connection
NMS
NMS
UDP
161
Well-known port. Can set
1024~65535
MGI/OAS
MGI 16, OAS
RTP, RTCP
10000~60000
For stream data.
Flexible assigned for
channel numbers
MPS
UDP
6000
For Link test with MP20
UDP
10000~60000
For stream data.
Flexible assigned for
channel numbers
OS7200 MGI
RTP, RTCP
10000~60000
For stream data.
Flexible assigned for
channel numbers
IP Phone
WiFi
System Interface
System interface
UDP
6000
Signaling for MP20
RTP, RTCP
9000, 9001
Voice data for MGI or ITP
UDP
8000, 8001
For signaling interface
10000, 10001
For Link Indication interface
7000, 7001
For proprietary DHCP
Phone
proprietary DHCP
(Samsung)
EasySync
6320
For PC link connection
SIP
5060, 5080
For SIP interface
8004, 8005
For RTP, RTCP
RTP
3-22
RTP
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3.7.2 OfficeServ Solutions Port Number
The Port numbers used by the OfficeServ Solution are represented in the next table.
Table 3.26 OfficeServ Solution Port Number
Solution
IP-UMS
Protocol
UDP
TCP
Port Number
Remarks
5025, 5026
MP20link CS-US
5061, 5070
SIP CS-US
14000~14511
RTP, RTCP (= RTP+1)
8080
Web Admin
20001
File Server
3681, 50000~55999
Outlook Sync Protocol
25
Mail Alarm (SMTP)
110, 995
Pop3, Pop3/SSL
8624
Port Activity Monitor Program
IP-IVR
UDP
5060
SIP Port
ACD
TCP
18828
SRVPORT
18818
CNTPORT
18848
AGTMONISRVPORT
54301
CTCCMDPORT
54302
CTCEVTPORT
17770
IODSMONIPORT
18000
IODSALARMPORT
17771
IODSSNDPORT
17772
IODSRCVPORT
17773
LOGRCVPORT
17774
DBNETPORT
17777
ARSLOGPORT
17776
IODLOGRCVPORT
17779
IODUPDATERCVPORT
2600
ARSSNDPORT
2601
ARSRCVPORT
2605
VMSSNDPORT
2700
ACSSNDPORT
2701
ACSRECVPORT
19000
MONIPORT
19010
PROCMONIPORT
8500
DBRECVPORT
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Table 3.26 OfficeServ Solution Port Number (Continued)
Solution
ACD
VCS
MCS
Easyset
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
Remarks
8501
DBSENDPORT
10018
CNTMONIPORT
8600
HOSTPORT
2555
ACDMANRECPORT
30000
WallBoardPort1
30001
WallboardPort2
30002
WallBoardPort3
11000
For EasySync
9000
Multicast Audio
9230
Multicast Video
35000
Live Push Control
35001
GIPS listen Port
35100
Live Push Audio
35102
Live Push Video
5000~6000
Internal Station
20000~20100
External Station
6000~7000
Internal Recording
20100~20120
External Recording
UDP
Dynamic
SIP (System: Default 5060~n channels)
RTP
Dynamic
Voice/Video
TCP
5004
Easyset Web Server Listening Port
UDP
(Can be changed)
OfficeServ
Link (All ports
TCP
6000
Licensed Client Connection Port
6001
CTI Message Monitoring Port
can be
changed by
the option
configuration.)
(Self Monitoring)
6002
SMDR & UCD Message Monitoring Port
for Samsung Solution like Easyset
6003
SMDR & UCD ports for 3rd party
application
6500
3-24
Server Solution Connection Port
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CHAPTER 4. Functions of the
OfficeServ 7200
This chapter describes the functions of the OfficeServ 7200 related to calls, VoIP, data,
UMS, and web/system management.
4.1 Call Functions
The OfficeServ 7200 processes the station calls, trunk line calls, application calls, or
various signals through the PSTN and VoIP networking.
4.1.1 Dynamic IP Address Allocation
MGI16 Configuration
The MGI16 mounted in the OfficeServ 7200 can be alternatively operated by automatically
receiving the dynamically allocated IP address from the data server then manually setting
the IP address.
IP Phone Configuration
The IP phones or Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) phones registered to the OfficeServ 7200
also can be alternatively operated by receiving the dynamically allocated IP address from
the data server then manually setting the IP address. It can also be operated by fixed IP
address.
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4.1.2 Router ALG Interface
NAT Application Level Gateway (ALG)
When various functions such as the VoIP signal process function and gateway function
executed through the IP network in the OfficeServ 7200 are executed in the Network
Address Translation (NAT) network, the conversion between the private IP address and
public IP address should be performed. In this case, the call server and the data server
interface with each other and share the information on the conversion between the private
IP and public IP, which enables the OfficeServ 7200 to provide services smoothly. Each IP
address is translated automatically. This function operates only between the call server and
data server of the OfficeServ 7200.
Time Synchronization
In the OfficeServ 7200, the call server and the data server interconnect to each other and
synchronize their time. This function is only available between the OfficeServ 7200’s call
server and data server.
SIP-ALG
When the OfficeServ 7200 functions operating through the IP network such as VoIP signal
processing, gateway etc. are operating on the Network Address Translation (NAT) network,
it may be necessary to convert between the Private IP address and the Public IP address.
For this purpose, an ALG is processed from the Data server’s SIP-ALG in response to the
Call Server’s SIP call.
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4.2 VoIP Functions
The VoIP functions represents the voice communication service offered through the IP
network. The voice communication service is based on the standard protocol; the
OfficeServ 7200 supports the SIP and H.323 standard protocol.
Its interconnection with the server enables the VoIP service to more users.
4.2.1 VoIP Network
To communicate with another system through the VoIP networking, the MGI16 board must
be installed in the OfficeServ 7200.
4.2.2 VoIP Trunk Line Interface
The OfficeServ 7200 provides the VoIP trunk line interface (H.323/SIP).
The OfficeServ 7200 controls calls and the private MGI16 board connects the speech path.
4.2.3 User Registration
The OfficeServ 7200 provides a server-based user registration function. To interconnect
and use the device with the server, a user must complete its registration in order to access
the service. The SIP interface users are identified by the SIP address in the e-mail format.
This function saves and manages the current user’s IP address after giving a priority to the
IP address. Then, this function provides the user information according to the valid user’s
demands.
4.2.4 SIP Phone Interface
The OfficeServ 7200 provides a functionality to use the standard SIP phone in a local line.
Once the external standard SIP phone is registered as an OfficeServ 7200 phone, it can use
the allocated OfficeServ 7200’s phone number to provide call processing services between
the SIP phones, between the SIP phone and the digital phone, and between the SIP phone
and the PSTN trunk line.
Standard SIP Phone Registration
Register a SIP phone operating as a SIP interface to the OfficeServ 7200, and perform the
call processing service following the system’s numbering plan.
Standard SIP Phone Basic Call Processing
Provides local, trunk line call services through the standard SIP phones registered to the
OfficeServ 7200. Diverse features offered from the key phone system are generally not
provided on the standard SIP phone; therefore, only the basic local, trunk line call services
are provided.
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Standard SIP Phone Additional Call Processing
The following additional local line services are available from the standard SIP phone
registered to the OfficeServ 7200.
Ÿ
Call Hold/Resume
Ÿ
Consultation
Ÿ
Call Transfer
Ÿ
Call Waiting
Ÿ
Call Pickup
Ÿ
Call Forwarding
Ÿ
Conference
Ÿ
Call Park
Ÿ
DND
Ÿ
Call Back
Ÿ
Message Waiting Indication
4.2.5 Call Log
This records the related information to the call process performed in the SIP telephone
which is saved into a file, transmitted and managed into an external system management
package.
4.2.6 Forward Busy
The call server always monitors the SIP telephone status through the SIP server.
If the ‘Forward Busy’ function is set, the incoming call is forwarded to the specified
telephone number when a call is forwarded to a busy SIP telephone.
4.2.7 Forward NoAnswer
If the ‘Forward No Answer’ function is set, the incoming call is forwarded to the specified
telephone number when a call is not answered for a specific time.
4.2.8 Parallel Forking
If multiple SIP telephones are set to be used by one user in the SIP server and the priority
of the call connection is the same, all assigned telephones will ring at the same time when
the call is forwarded. When the call is answered on one of assigned telephones, the call will
be connected and other ringing telephones will be disconnected.
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4.3 Data Functions
The OfficeServ 7200 functions as a router, switch, performs security functions, or serves as
a data network application or data access interface.
4.3.1 Switches
Managed/Unmanaged Switch
Ÿ
The switch is operated as a managed switch if the WIM is mounted on the Slot1 and the
LIM/PLIM is mounted on the Slot 2.
Ÿ
The PLIM2 is always operated as an unmanaged switch, regardless of the WIM.
Ÿ
The GPLIMT is always self-operated as a managed switch, regardless of the WIM.
Ÿ
The switch performs the function of the layer 2 Ethernet switch as well as the Learning
Bridge function based on the MAC address filtering and forwarding algorithm.
Ÿ
The switch supports the full duplex mode by the 10/100 BASE-T auto detection and
provides 16 switch ports per switch card.
802.1d SpanningTree
The switch configures and processes the forwarding tree based on the spanning tree
algorithm to prevent a packet forwarding loop in the switch.
802.1p Packet Priority
The switch extracts the priority field from the Ethernet frame configured according to the
802.1p specification standard, and discriminatively processes the frame according to the
priority of the specified operation standard.
The packets are categorized into emergent packets and non-emergent packets and are then
processed.
VLAN
The Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) groups the related equipment by the work group
according to the LAN operational policy regardless of the location of the user equipment.
The VLAN also processes switching for the work groups. The VLAN removes the effects
of unnecessary broadcasting packets and configures a stable switching subnet only for the
corresponding group by separating and processing the group in the virtual LAN.
Accordingly, the switch can provide the differentiated QoS services and the VLAN can be
configured based on the switch port and MAC address.
The system automatically configures the VLAN for the IP telephone, signal process
gateway, media gateway, and UMS required for services of the OfficeServ 7200, and
performs the QoS process. The OfficeServ 7200 provides 32 VLAN groups.
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IGMP Snooping
L2 switch (located in the lower layer of the IP router) without the Internet Group
Management Protocol (IGMP) function is located between the IP router and multicast
group member (host), intercepts the IGMP messages. Then the L2 switch operates in the IP
router like the group member and operates in the group member like the IP router, which is
referred to as IGMP Snooping.
The IP layer multicast group information included in the IGMP message is reflected in the
MAC filtering database, its own switching database. The group information is processed in
the MAC multicast address format mapped with the IP multicast address.
4.3.2 Routers
Various Network Interfaces
The OfficeServ 7200 provides the P1~P4 network interfaces, which are connected to the
WAN or LAN through an Ethernet interface, provides the serial network connected through
the V.35 serial interface.
Static Routing
The OfficeServ 7200 configures a fixed routing table between each network interface to
process the static routing. In this case, the routing table cannot be dynamically changed by
the routing protocol, and specific routing services will be provided according to the pre-set
routing policy.
WAN Interface (Ethernet, PPPoE, DHCP Client)
The OfficeServ 7200 accesses the Internet through the P1~P4 interface by using the PPPoE
and DHCP client protocols.
V.35 Interface (PPP, HDLC, Frame Relay)
The OfficeServ 7200 accesses the Internet through the V.35 serial interface in a transfer
speed of up to 2Mbps. In this case, the OfficeServ 7200 supports various environments
using the functions such as the PPP, HDLC, and Frame Relay Encapsulation.
Subnet Routing
The network interfaces of the P1~P4 are configured with different sub-network interfaces,
which enable them to perform the routing process with each other.
GRE Tunneling(Generic RoutingEncapsulation)
The GRE Tunneling creates a virtual tunnel to provide a logical, non-physical path. A GRE
tunnel over IPsec method, interconnected with the VPN, is used for general purposes.
In this case, the original IP header and the payload is encapsulated/encrypted to ensure
confidentiality.
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VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol)
The VRRP is a Hot Standby function securing the end-host’s communication path via the
identical Ethernet’s backup router in case the main router stops functioning properly.
RoutingProtocol
The OfficeServ 7200 supports the routing information-exchanging protocol to react on the
network environmental change and to effectively process the routing.
Ÿ
RIPv1, RIPv2
These protocols are widely used for managing the routing information in a middlesized independent network such as a group of LANs
Ÿ
OSPFv2
This routing protocol is used prior to the RIP in a large-sized independent network.
A router detects and reports any change in the routing table or the network to other
routers. In this way, all routers share the same routing information.
IGMPv2 Interface
Ÿ
This is an Internet protocol that enables an IP terminal or an Internet computer to
report multicast groups to nearby routers. The multicasting allows a host computer to
send the contents to pre-specified other IP terminals or Internet computers.
Ÿ
The multicasting is used for modifying the address book of the mobile computer users
at the site, sending the company’s document according to the distribution list, setting
the multicast membership group and broadcasting the broadband width-program of the
streaming media to the audience tuning the received wavelength.
RoutingBetween the VLAN Groups
The communication between the VLAN groups is done through the routing between the
VLAN groups.
CBQ/BoD (Bandwidth on Demand)
The queuing process is differentially performed according to the level table where the
routing process priority for a data server is defined.
RTP Priority
The Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) packet is a VoIP media packet.
The queuing process for the RTP packet is prior to that of other data packets, which helps
to maintain the tone quality. This function is useful when using the VoIP function in the
network where the VoIP packet that should be processed in real time and other packets for
general office work are mixed processed.
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IP-ToS Process
This function checks the Type of Service (ToS) field of the IP header and processes it
according to priority of the corresponding routing in the data server. This function
reproduces the ToS field flowing into the data server, performs the routing process first of
all, and heightens the process priority in the next HOP.
4.3.3 Security
NAT/PT (In/Out/Exclusive/Redirect)
The security function supports the conversion function between the private IP address and
public IP address in the network where security is required.
The Inbound, Outbound, Exclusive, and Redirect functions are supported.
Ÿ
In bound: This function performs the forwarding process for the packet flowing from
the WAN to the IP and port of the LAN specified in the NAT/PT conversion table.
Ÿ
Outbound: This function converts the IP address of the transmitter into the global IP
address according to the NAT/PT conversion table for transmitting the packet from the
LAN to the WAN.
- Exclusive: This function is used for the IP address that is not applied by the
NAT/PT conversion.
- Redirect: When the DNS server IP in the data server management sector is
changed, each IP terminal uses the pre-DNS IP and this function changes the DNS
IP by registering the post-DNS IP into the Redirect table.
Firewall
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Ÿ
Access filtering
This function prevents the access to disallowed IP addresses to control the access for
the resource non-disclosed to the outside and to control the external resource for which
the membership in the LAN may access.
Ÿ
DMZ function
This function is used for connecting the web server and mail server, which are
firewall-protected LAN networks but need to be freely accessed from the outside, to
the subnet separated from the LAN network where the firewall blocking is not applied.
In this way, the access from the outside can be more smooth with the access control
service through the firewall.
Ÿ
Port Forwarding
This function is almost the same as the DMZ function but is used for connecting to a
specific network without a separately divided DMZ port.
This function is used for the Extra network services as well as the DMZ function.
The Extra network is configured for a party out of the office to access the Intranet in
the office via the Internet. In this network, the user should take care of the security on
the Intranet.
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Intrusion Protection System (IPS)
This function monitors the packets on the network and detects and blocks the packets,
which can damage the network operation, making the network more stably operated.
The IPS is divided into various types from a detection type where a specific-type attack is
detected to the abnormal traffic detecting type, which are based on the Snort Rule
(www.snort.org) defining the intrusion pattern and types. The detected packets are sorted
and processed into close connection/port or service disable/Alarm/log based on the
intrusion pattern and the level and processed. In the case of an alarm, the system will
immediately notify the system administrator and protect the packets.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Ÿ
VPN function
The system provides the private network function by using the Internet that is an open
network. The OfficeServ 7200 provides the VPN gateway function based on the IPSec
(IP Security), which is useful to build the enterprise network with reduced cost and
enforced security by using a public network such as the Internet rather than the
dedicated network.
Ÿ
VPN Transparent Mode
The data server operates as a VPN client and establishes a VPN channel to a remote
VPN equipment to enable data transmission. This mode provides the interface function
between each OfficeServ 7200 based on the IPSec and the 3DES and RSA coding
function.
Ÿ
VPN Tunnel Mode
By establishing a tunnel through the VPN gateways between the OfficeServ 7200 data
servers the VPN functions are processed. Up to 100 VPN channels are available for one
VPN.
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4.3.4 Data Applications
DHCP
The OfficeServ 7200 can assign the IP address as a DHCP server. When using the DHCP
server in another subnet, the OfficeServ 7200 operates as a DHCP relay.
The IP addresses of the IP equipments connected to the OfficeServ 7200 can be easily
managed.
SIP Aware ALG (SIP Application Gateway)
This function is used for re-creating packets for smooth communication by checking the
SIP signal process packets according to the NAT/PT table in the data server.
When using the data server of the OfficeServ 7200, the SIP equipment can operate
regardless of the packet blocking cased by the firewall or the MAT/PT conversion.
System Management Interface
This function allows the administrator to report and manage the alarms, events, traffic, and
logging information including the IDS/IPS information of the data server into the system
administrator package via the TCP/UDP. Whether to report can be optionally specified
based on the management data type.
Management Function
This function is used for configuring the data server function with Command Line Interface
(CLI) on the Telnet. The user can configure and view the operation of the data server
functional block by using a web browser.
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4.4 System Management
The OfficeServ 7200 provides a user interface that manages various functional blocks of
the system. The OfficeServ 7200 also monitors and collects the operational status of the
functional blocks in the system.
4.4.1 Web Management
User can manage Telephone and VM/AA server configuration via the embedded web
service through web browser.
Database Backup
The admin user can backup (export) and restore (import) the system database file to a
media card.
Software Package Upload
The admin user can explore the current package in media card and upgrade it.
User Account Management
The admin user can add and delete User ID and can change User Password. User IDs has
each level.
Telephone Management
User can program features of the call server.
VM/AA Management
User can program features of the voice mail server.
4.4.2 Installation Tool
Database Download/Upload
The user can download the database of telephone from system
The user can upload the database of telephone to system
Offline Mode
The user can view and modify the database file of telephone in client PC
File Control
The user can control the files in system
The user can upgrade the system
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Import and Export
The user import the database of telephone from excel file
The user export the database of telephone to excel file
Database Comparison
The user can compare the database file with the other
Telephone Configuration
The user can view and modify the database of telephone
KMMC Search
The user can search the KMMC number and title
4.5 NMS Management Function
The OfficeServ 7200 (only MP20) provides a user interface that works with the OfficeServ
NMS through SNMP Agent. The OfficeServ NMS is a Network Management System
(NMS) providing the OfficeServ system’s operation and maintenance function.
Additionally, the OfficeServ NMS has the following advantages.
Real-Time System Status Monitoring
The OfficeServ NMS uses the SNMP to collect the system errors in real-time.
User Friendly GUI Design
The OfficeServ NMS is developed using standard graphic interfaces. All commands are
organized in graphic menus, so the operator can easily understand and use the OfficeServ
NMS functions.
Various Statistics Reports
The OfficeServ NMS provides a textual, graph format and statistics of the data such as
errors, performances, traffics etc. to the operator. The operator can view the data from a file
format or print to the printer.
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ANNEX A. Open Source
Announcement
Some software components of this product incorporate source code covered under the GNU General Public License (GPL), the GNU Lesser
General Public License (LGPL) and BSD License.
Acknowledgement
To obtain the source code covered under those Licenses, please visit http://www.samsungnetwork.com/Home/opensource
Below is the list of components covered under GNU General Public License, the GNU Lesser General Public License and BSD License.
S/W
License
S/W
License
armboot
GPL 2.0
dhcpd
GPL 2.0
mtd
GPL 2.0
ethtool
GPL 2.0
linux kernel
GPL 2.0
dhcpcd
GPL 2.0
busybox
GPL 2.0
xinetd
GPL 2.0
vsftpd
GPL 2.0
glibc
LGPL 2.1
iptables
GPL 2.0
libosip
LGPL 2.1
pam_radius
GPL 2.0
net-snmp
BSD license 2.0
pam_tacplus
GPL 2.0
libpcap
BSD license 2.0
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Annex A. Functions of the OfficeServ 7200
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ABBREVIATION
A
AA
ACD
ALG
Auto Attendant
Automatic Call Distribution
Application Level Gateway
AME
AMI
Answering Machine Emulation
Alternate Mark Inversion
AOM
AP
APLL
ASIC
Add On Module
Access Point
Analog Phase Locked Loop
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
AWG
American Wire Gauge
BRI
BRM
BoD
Basic Rate Interface
Basic Rate interface Module
Bandwidth on Demand
CAS
CBQ
CCS
CDR
Common Channel Signaling
Class Based Queuing
Common Associated Signal
Call Detail Record
CID
CLI
CODEC
Caller Identification
Command Line Interface
Coder/Decoder
B
C
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Code
CSMA/CD
CTI
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect
Computer Telephony Integration
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ABBREVIATION
D
DASL
DPIM
Digital Adaptor for Subscriber Loop
Door Phone Interface Module
DHCP
DID
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Direct Inward Dialing
DLI
DLM
DMZ
DNS
Digital Line Interface
Digital Line interface Module
DeMilitarized Zone
Domain Name Server
DPIM
DSL
Door Phone Interface Module
Digital Subscriber Line
DSP
DTMF
Digital Signal Processor
Dial Tone Multi Frequency
EMC
EMI
Electro-Magnetic Compliance
Electro-Magnetic Interference
FXS
FXO
Foreign eXchange Station
Foreign eXchange Office
GK
GateKeeper
GPLIM
Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module
GPLIMT
Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX
GSIM
Gigabit Switch Interface Module
GSIMT
Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX
HDB3
HDLC
HTRK
High Density Bipolar of order 3
High-level Data Link Control
Hybrid Trunk
IDS
IGMP
IMAP4
IP
IPC
ISDN
IPSec
ITU
Intrusion Detection System
Internet Group Management Protocol
Internet Message Access Protocol version 4
Internet Protocol
Inter Processor Communication
Integrated Services Digital Network
Internet Protocol Security
International Telecommunication Union
E
F
G
H
I
II
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K
KDB
Keyset Daughter Board
LAN
LCD
Local Area Network
Liquid Crystal Display
LCP
LCR
Local Control Processor
Least Cost Routing
LED
LIM
Light Emitting Diode
LAN Interface Module
MP20
Main Control Processor
MP20S
Main Control Processor for Single cabinet
MFM
Multi-Frequency Module
L
M
MGI
Media Gate Interface
MIS
Miscellaneous
MMC
Man Machine Communication
MPD
Metering Pulse Detection
NAT
Network Address Translation
OAS
OfficeServ Application Server
OSPF
Open Shortest Path First
N
O
P
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation
PFT
Power Fail Transfer
PoE
Power over Ethernet
POP3
Post Office Protocol 3
PPP
Point to Point Protocol
PPPoE
PPP over Ethernet
PPS
Pulse Per Second
PRI
Primary Rate Interface
PRS
Polarity Reverse Signal
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network
PSU
Power Supply Unit
PLIM
PoE LAN Interface Module
PLIM2
PoE LAN Interface Module version 2
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ABBREVIATION
Q
QAM
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QoS
Quality of Service
RCM
R2 Caller identification Module
R
RTP
Real-time Transmission Protocol
RTPT
Real-time Transmission Protocol Transfer
RTPR
Real-time Transmission Protocol Receiver
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
SL2
Subscriber Line interface module 2
S
SLI
Subscriber Line Interface
SLM
Subscriber Line interface Module
SMDR
Station Message Detail Recording
SME
Small Medium Enterprise
STP
Signaling Transfer Point
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SWM
Switch Module
TAPI
Telephony Application Programming Interface
TEPRIa
T1 E1 Primary Rate Interface advanced
ToS
Type of Service
TRK
Trunk
T
TRM
Trunk Module
TTS
Text-To Speech
UA
User Agent
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
UMS
Unified Messaging Service
UNI
Universal
VDSL
Very high bit rate Digital Subscriber Line
U
V
IV
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VMS
Voice Mailing System
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol
VPM
Voice Processing Module
VPN
Virtual Private Network
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W
WAN
Wide Area Network
WIM
WAN Interface Module
WLAN
Wireless Local Area Network
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ABBREVIATION
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