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Fidelity SkyTalk SIP Trunk Configuration Guide
for Synapse® SB67070 SIP Gateway
Version 3.0 or greater
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Executive Summary..................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1. Options………………………..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...…… 3
1.2. Account Information......................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3. Registration Method............................................................................................................................................ 4
1.4. Fidelity SkyTalk SIP Service Packages Supported................................................................................................ 4
2. Software and Hardware Equipment Requirements for Testing................................................................................ 4
3. Test Configurations..................................................................................................................................................... 5
4. Synapse SIP Gateway Configuration Guide................................................................................................................. 5
4.1. SB67070 SIP Gateway Features........................................................................................................................... 6
4.2. Viewing the Software Version............................................................................................................................. 7
4.3. Using the WebUI........................................................................................................................................ 8
4.4. Configuring SIP Account Settings........................................................................................................................... 9
4.5. Configuring the Dial Plan....................................................................................................................................... 11
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This report provides the test results found to date for the Synapse SB67070 SIP Gateway evaluation. The following is
a summary of the issues and limitations found while performing the test.
Outbound Caller ID Blocking not supported
While faxing will work using G.711 pass-thru, it is not reliable for mission critical faxing. Fidelity SkyTalk
recommends that you keep fax lines on PSTN or use our Hosted Fax feature.
G.722 and G.722.1 codecs
RTCP Sender Reports
Passing Calling Number marked private
T.38 Fax is not supported
If you use a static IP, please provide Fidelity SkyTalk a fixed IP address or range, and we will block
registration attempts outside that range.
Most customers prefer to pass through Caller ID from Fidelity SkyTalk. If you prefer pass through Caller ID
from the Synapse Gateway, let us know.
At least one valid US address for e911 is required.
We recommend using our optional PIN feature to authenticate international calls; simply enough, when you
dial an international call our cloud will ask you for a four digit PIN before completing it. You can choose to
have us “remember” your authentication for up to an hour or require it for each call.
With Fidelity SkyTalk’s Enhanced SIP Trunk feature, you can specify a secondary destination for calls that
can’t reach your Synapse. You can route callers to a second location, trunk, bank of outside numbers, or
voicemail in the event your PBX loses connectivity with our cloud. This destination can be changed at any
time by logging into your Fidelity SkyTalk Portal account.
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A Fidelity SkyTalk Support Technician will provide you with registration details to enter into your Synapse device,
in the following format:
Type of Authentication:
SIP Username:
SIP Password:
SIP Registration Hostname:
Phone Number(s):
Username/PW or IP Address Based
sip0000001_fiddemoone
35adf2c86e2fe
fe-1629-2r.fidelityskytalk.com
123-456-7890
123-456-7891
Dynamic registration is utilized between Synapse and Fidelity SkyTalk.
See ―Issues/Limitations above.
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G.711
G.729a
RFC2833
RFC2833
Not Tested
Not Tested
All Synapse devices must have software version 3.0 or later installed. All devices must be running identical software
versions.
SB67070 SIP Gateway
SB67025 Deskset
SB67030 Deskset
SB67035 Deskset
Peplink Balance One used as the LAN router (NAT mode with SIP ALG DISABLED)
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Figure 1 shows the configuration used during lab testing.
The above setup only shows main lab network elements.
This configuration guide provides instructions for configuring the Synapse Business Phone System for Fidelity
SkyTalk. Specifically, this guide describes how to configure the Synapse SB67070 SIP Gateway for a Fidelity SkyTalk
account.
Documents related to this configuration guide include:
Synapse Installation Guide software version 3.0 or later
Synapse Administrator’s Guide software version 3.0 or later
You can view and download these documents from http://smbtelephones.att.com/product-support/productdocumentation/manuals.
This configuration guide assumes that the Synapse system is installed and that users are able to make internal
(Deskset to Deskset) calls. A Synapse System must include one or more of the following devices:
Desksets (SB67025, SB67030 and/or SB67035 Desksets). The system supports up to 100 Desksets.
Gateways. At least one Gateway must be installed. The system supports up to four SB67010 PSTN Gateways,
one SB67060 T1 Gateway, and one SB67070 SIP Gateway. You can install any combination of Gateway models
in a system, as long as you do not exceed the supported number of each Gateway model.
For more information, see Figure 2: Sample Synapse System.
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The available system configuration settings will vary according to the Synapse devices installed. For more
complete system configuration information, see the Synapse Administrator’s Guide software version 3.0 or later.
A LAN 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port connects to the existing Synapse network.
A four-line LCD display with four hard keys provides status information, such as the device IP address, and
allows basic network configuration and firmware upgrades.
Device configuration and system configuration, such as SIP Account information, available through the Web
User Interface (WebUI).
Supports up to 16 simultaneous voice calls.
Additional System features, including Direct Inward Dial (DID) and configurable dial plan.
For more information about Synapse, visit http:/smbtelephones.att.com/.
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Systems with software versions 3.0 and later support the features described in this guide. All Gateways and
Desksets must have identical software versions installed.
To determine the software version of the SB67070 SIP Gateway from the device front panel, press
, and then
. The software version appears.
To determine the SB67025 Deskset software version, press
version.
, then , and then
To determine the SB67035 Deskset software version, press
, then . See the P Firmware version.
,
to display the software
To determine the software version of all installed devices, log in as administrator (see ― Using the WebUI on page
8). Then click
to see the software versions and other information. There may be a delay
as the system gathers this information.
To update device software, see –Updating Devices in the Synapse Administrator’s Guide, available at
http://smbtelephones.att.com/product-support/product-documentation/manuals.
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1.
Connect your computer to the same IP subnet as the Synapse system, or ensure that devices on different
subnets are able to communicate. For example, you can connect your computer to the PC port on the back
of a Deskset.
2.
On the Deskset, press
3.
Find the IP address on the Deskset Information screen.
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Open a browser. Depending on your browser, some of the pages presented here may look different and
have different controls.
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Type the Deskset IP Address in the browser address bar and press
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Enter your login credentials. If logging in for the first time, enter
in the Login Name and
for
the Password, and then click Login. You can change your Admin ID and password once you are logged in.
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Click topics from the navigation list on the left side of the WebUI to see them. For your security, the WebUI
times out after being idle for 10 minutes, after which you must log in again.
then . The Deskset Information screen appears.
. The Login page appears.
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In the navigation menu at left, click SIP Gateway Settings. The SIP Account Settings page appears.
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Select
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Select
, or select an account to edit. If you have already created an account, a Delete
Account button appears. Clicking
deletes the account and loads an empty account page.
as the Account Type.
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