Z-Edge 6100 2.1.1 Quick Start SDSL

Z-Edge 6100 2.1.1 Quick Start SDSL
Quick Start Guide
Vpacket 5100/6100 Voice/Data Router
SDSL WAN model
Release 2.1.1
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Document title
Date issued
Vpacket Series 5100/6100 Voice/Data Router Quick Start
Guide SDSL WAN model
June 2002
Product number
750-0030-001, Rev C
SDSL
Release
2.1.1
Vpacket 5100/6100 Series QuickStart Guide SDSL
About this guide
About this guide
This guide is intended for experienced users and is designed to facilitate the installation and
configuration of a Vpacket 5100/6100 Voice/Data Router (VDR) that has a SDSL WAN interface.
For detailed installation information, refer to the Vpacket 5100/6100 Voice/Data Router Installer’s Guide
(P/N 750-0024-001, Rev A) or the Vpacket 5100/6100 Voice/Data Router Reference Manual, which is
divided into the following sections:
• Vpacket 5100/6100 Series Voice/Data Router Reference Manual (Data Features)
• Vpacket 5100/6100 Series Voice/Data Router MGCP Telephony Configuration
• Vpacket 5100/6100 Series Voice/Data Router SIP Telephony Configuration
• Vpacket 5100/6100 Series Voice/Data Router H.323 Telephony Configuration
This related documentation is located on the CD-ROM that is shipped with this product.
What’s in the box?
The following items are shipped with a Vpacket 5100/6100 VDR.
❑ Vpacket 5100/6100 VDR
❑ self-adhesive rubber feet (4)
❑ AC power cord
❑ wall mount brackets (2)
❑ male DB9 to female DB9 cord
❑ Release Notes 2.1.0
❑ RJ45 straight-through cable
❑ Quick Start Guide 2.1.0 (SDSL WAN)
❑ rack mount brackets (2)
❑ Product documentation CD-ROM
If any of the items listed above are missing or defective, contact Vpacket Communications, Inc. at
(866) 872-2538.
Additional tools, materials, and cables
The following additional tools are required to install the 5100/6100 VDR:
•
A flathead screwdriver and a Phillips screwdriver for securing the cables
•
A 1/4" hex nutdriver to secure the captive grounding nut on the back panel
•
Screws for installation in a 19" equipment rack
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Installation site
The following additional cables and wire are required to install the 5100/6100 VDR with other
internetworking equipment:
•
serial cable (DB-9 male to DB-25 female)
•
straight-through cable (RJ-45 with boot cover)
•
grounding wire
Installation site
Vpacket 5100/6100 VDRs are designed to be installed on a wall, within a standard 19-inch (48.26 cm)
rack, or on a desktop. You should observe these guidelines:
•
Ensure that the side of the unit with the fans (right-hand side panel if you are facing the unit
from head-on) is not placed in the top-most position; this would defeat the air-flow and
encourage overheating.
•
Collocate the punchdown panel and voice ports.
•
Ensure sufficient clearance for airflow and cable routing. The LEDs on the front panel should be
easily visible and cables to the connectors on the back panel should be easily accessible.
•
Ensure that the indoor room temperature does not exceed 50°C (122°F).
•
Maintain the 5100/6100 VDR by keeping the unit clean and free of dust and other
contaminating particles before, during, and after installation.
Connections
These diagrams show the back panel of an SDSL WAN 5100/6100 VDR with an FXS interface and
a T1-CAS interface. You can see the various ports and cables that this models accept. The serial
number location and grounding nut are also shown.
FXS interface accepts a
female Amphenol 50-pin cable
PSTN port accepts
SDSL port accepts RJ45 cable
standard telephone cable
Serial port accepts
Ethernet port accepts a
a male DB9 to female DB9
Cat 3 or 5 UTP cable
SDSL
Serial number
AC power cord
Blank
Captive grounding nut
12 & 24 Port FXS VIM +T1 WIM
810-0102-002 & 810-0102-003
FXS voice and SDSL WAN model 5100/6100
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Powering on the 5100/6100 VDR
T1 port accepts
an RJ45 cable
Ethernet port accepts
Cat 3 or 5 UTP cable
Serial port
Accepts DB9 to female DB9
Serial number
SDSL port accepts
an RJ45 cable
AC power cord
Captive grounding nut
T1 voice and SDSL WAN model
Powering on the 5100/6100 VDR
After making the physical port connections, you can connect the power supply cord into the Power
receptacle on the back panel of the 5100/6100 VDR and connect the 3-pronged end of the power
cord into an AC power outlet. The unit powers on automatically when enough power is available.
User interface
To access the command line interface (CLI) through the management console port (located on the
back panel of the unit), you need to connect a terminal or PC that is running emulation software to
the 5100/6100 VDR. After connecting to the management console port, configure the emulation
software as follows:
•
Bits per second: 57600 baud
•
Data bits: 8
•
Parity: none
•
Stop bits: 1
•
Flow control: none
If you are connected locally, you can telnet to the default Ethernet IP address (192.168.0.254) to
access the CLI.
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Initial configuration
Initial configuration
You can use the following commands to:
•
log in as administrator
•
change the system password
•
create a user account
•
set the system name
•
set the system time
•
set the date
Logging in
Login:admin
Password:admin
Changing the system password
VPacket# set user modify admin password
Enter the new password
:sea_blue456
Reenter the new password :sea_blue456
New password will be used on the next login
Create a user account
VPacket# set user add seashell writedata
Enter the new password
:seaweed_987
Reenter the new password :seaweed_987
User name
: seashell
Access Level : writedata
Setting unit information
VPacket# set systemInfo systemname Seahorse_north
Seahorse_north#
Setting the time
VPacket# set time 15:48:30
Setting the date
VPacket# set date 06/13/2002
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Interface configuration
Interface configuration
The LAN, WAN, and voice interface configuration can be accomplished by issuing a combination of
the commands given below. For additional help, enter help+Enter for a list of top-level system
commands. Pressing the spacebar+? after a top-level word lists options within that group of
commands. Bold indicates the command input and bold italics indicate argument input.
Note. For a complete list of arguments for a command, enter the command space ? and
the arguments will appear in the order you are required to enter them.
Network diagram
The values in this diagram are used for the interface and telephony configuration examples.
The 6100 VDR has an Ethernet LAN IP address of 15.15.15.254
and is connected to a switch behind which resides the 15.15.15.0
network. The WAN IP address is a public address and connects the
6100 VDR (via a SDSL connection) to a gateway (205.176.94.12)
that connects the network to the Internet. For voice services,
the 6100 VDR communicates with the DSLAM
with IP address 38.170.77.11.
DSLAM
205.176.94.12
38.170.77.11
SDSL
Network cloud
6100 VDR
WAN: 205.176.94.11
LAN: 15.15.15.254
Switch
PC host
PC host
PC host
15.15.15.1
15.15.15.2
15.15.15.3
Ethernet LAN interface configuration
VPacket# set ip lan 15.15.15.254 255.255.255.0 NAT
VPacket# set ip gateway 205.176.94.12
VPacket# commit ip
VPacket# save
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Interface configuration
WAN interface configuration
VPacket# set ip wan 205.176.94.11 255.255.255.0
VPacket# set wan loopback noloopback
VPacket# commit ip
VPacket# save
SDSL WAN interface configuration
VPacket# set wan dslam Copper Mountain
Note. The DSLAM type can also be LucentStinger.
VPacket# set wan data protocol funi
Note. The data protocol can be set to funi (to interoperate with a Copper Mountain T1
aggregator) or atm (to interoperate with a Lucent Stinger). When you set the DSLAM type
the appropriate choice appears in the help.
VPacket# set wan encap 1483Bridged
Note. The encapsulation protocol can be set to 1483Bridged, 1490Bridged, or 1490Routed.
VPacket# set wan baudrate autobaud
VPacket# set wan dataformat serial
Voice interface configuration
VPacket# set ip voice 205.176.94.11
VPacket# commit ip
VPacket# save
VPacket# reset
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Voice over IP configuration
Voice over IP configuration
Vpacket 5100/6100 VDRs support the use of either MGCP, SIP, or H.323 voice stacks for VoIP
support. The telephony commands are accessible through the telephony command shell. To access
the telephony shell, enter tel at the VPacket# prompt. To configure SIP or H.323, see
“Preconfiguration steps for SIP and H.323” on page 11.
MGCP configuration
To configure the 5100/6100 VDR to support MGCP, you need to set each voice port, set the ports to
point to a softswitch (or group of softswitches), set the coding type for each TCID, and set the
coding profile usage for each coding profile.
Note. You can enter telephony commands individually at the prompt or collect them
into a text file and copy the settings into the telephony subdirectory for uploading.
Setting the voice ports
VPacket# tel
telephony# set tcid 0 notify_entity 38.170.77.11:2427 dynamic
OK
telephony# set tcid 1 notify_entity 38.170.77.11:2427 dynamic
OK
(continue to set voice ports 2-22)
telephony# set tcid 23 notify_entity 38.170.77.11:2427 dynamic
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
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Voice over IP configuration
Setting the softswitch identifier
telephony# set tcid 0 endpoint_id a001
OK
telephony# set tcid 1 endpoint_id a002
OK
(continue to set endpoint IDs for TCIDs 2-22)
telephony# set tcid 23 endpoint_id a024
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
Note. Vpacket recommends that you assign them sequentially (see Example). When this
command is executed, the endpoint attempts to register with the softswitch. The naming
convention (a001...a024) is an example; it is not a VDR standard. The name of the
endpoint_id must match that configured in the Call Agent's database.
Setting the coding type
VPacket# tel
telephony# set coding 0 coding_type tx g711_mu
OK
telephony# set coding 1 coding_type tx g711_mu
OK
(continue to set the coding type for TCIDs 2-22)
telephony# set coding 23 coding_type tx g711_mu
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
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Voice over IP configuration
Setting the coding usage
telephony# set coding 0 usage voice on
OK
telephony# set coding 1 usage fax on
OK
(continue to set the usage for TCIDs 2-22)
telephony# set coding 23 usage voice on
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
Preconfiguration steps for SIP and H.323
The 5100/6100 VDR automatically generates a default dial plan upon boot up. This dial plan needs
to be removed along with any existing telephony configuration. Next, you need to create a custom
dial plan and add a hunt group (for H.323 or SIP). View commands for hunt groups and the dial plan
are included in this section. To run SIP with PRI/ISDN section, refer to the supplemental Quick
Start Guide named SIP with PRI/ISDN signaling.
Removing the default telephony configuration
VPacket# tel
telephony# flash clean
nmm_flash_cmd_proc: config file erased
nmm_flash_cmd_proc: ATPM file erased
telephony#exit
VPacket# reset
Resetting the unit will terminate all calls
Do you want to continue (y|n) [n]? Y
(After the VDR reboots login again.)
Login:xxxxx
Password:yyyyy
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Voice over IP configuration
Removing the default dial plan
VPacket#tel
telephony# atpm req (Allows configuration changes to be made)
OK
telephony# 01/25/2002:13:14:19 - NMM: ATPM Update Database Granted
telephony# atpm purge all
OK
Creating a new custom dial plan
Note. The system creates a new custom dial plan that use contiguous numbers starting eith
the first-dn.
Command syntax: atpm sys <dial_time> <1st_digit_wait><inter_digit_wait>
<dial_out_code> <area_code><office_code> <first_dn> [dial_term_digit]
telephony# atpm sys 120000 30000 10000 9 408 581 1225 #
OK
telephony# atpm genlist all
OK
Adding a hunt group
Note. It is necessary to add a hunt group to allow for calls to be placed outside the VDR
with a SIP Server/Proxy or H.323 gateway.
Command syntax: atpm hadd <hunt_group_id> <hunt_type>
<member1_id> <member2_id>....
telephony# atpm hadd 25 1 25
OK
Ending an ATPM session
telephony# atpm done
OK
telephony# 01/25/2002:13:18:19 - NMM: ATPM Update database done
Saving the configuration changes to Flash
telephony# atpm store
OK
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Viewing the dial plan
telephony# atpm slist
System Info:
Total dial time = 120000ms, First digit wait = 30000ms,
Interdigit wait = 10000ms, Dial term digit = #,
Dial out code = 9, Area Code = 408, Office Code = 581, First DN= 1225
OK
Viewing the dial plan numbers
telephony# atpm alist
Address
Entry
Hunt
Min
Max
Prefx Prefix
Grp_Id Digits Digits strip Address
1225
1226
1227
1228
0
1
2
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
None
None
None
None
10
10
10
7
10
10
10
7
None
None
None
None
7
7
7
7
32
7
7
7
7
1
None
None
None
None
None
(dial plan numbers continue)
4085811247
4085811248
4085811249
5811225
22
23
24
0
10
10
10
7
(dial plan numbers continue)
5811246
5811247
5811248
5811249
9
21
22
23
24
25
7
7
7
7
8
OK
Viewing hunt groups
telephony# atpm hlist
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
group
group
group
group
id:
id:
id:
id:
0,
1,
2,
3,
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
type
type
type
type
=
=
=
=
1,
1,
1,
1,
Num
Num
Num
Num
members
members
members
members
=
=
=
=
1,
1,
1,
1,
Member
Member
Member
Member
ids
ids
ids
ids
=
=
=
=
0
1
2
3
=
=
=
=
1,
1,
1,
1,
Num
Num
Num
Num
members
members
members
members
=
=
=
=
1,
1,
1,
1,
Member
Member
Member
Member
ids
ids
ids
ids
=
=
=
=
22
23
24
25
(Hunt group id #4-21 appear here)
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
group
group
group
group
id:
id:
id:
id:
22,
23,
24,
25,
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
Hunt
type
type
type
type
OK
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Voice over IP configuration
SIP configuration
After following all of the voice stack preconfiguration steps, you can configure SIP. To configure SIP
you need complete the following steps:
•
set the SIP server/proxy destination ID
•
configure a hunt group
•
set the caller ID name and number fields
Defining a destination ID for the SIP server/proxy
VPacket#tel
telephony# atpm req (Allows configuration changes to be made)
OK
telephony# 01/25/2002:13:14:19 - NMM: ATPM Update Database Granted
telephony# atpm dadd
Note. Command syntax: atpm dadd <dest_id> tsgm <tcid>
atpm dadd <dest_id> dsmc <ccb>
atpm dadd <dest_id> ssmu <ctl dest addr>
ctl dest addr -> <udp <user addr> <port>< user addr -> +&@host|userinfo@host
host -> host name|x.x.x.x
telephony# atpm dadd 25 ssmu udp +&@2.1.1.1
OK
telephony# atpm done
OK
telephony# 01/25/2002:13:18:19 - NMM: ATPM Update database done
telephony# atpm store
OK
Viewing the destination ID for a SIP endpoint
telephony# atpm dlist
Dest id =
Dest id =
Dest id =
0, Mode = TSGM, TCID = 0
1, Mode = TSGM, TCID = 1
2, Mode = TSGM, TCID = 2
(continues listing destination IDs)
Dest id =
Dest id =
24, Mode = TSGM, TCID = 24
25, Mode = SSMU, Ctl dst = +&@2.1.1.1
call_opt=0x0000
OK
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Voice over IP configuration
Setting the caller ID name and number fields
Note. The caller ID name and number fields are used to match the username to its
corresponding phone number.
set tcid [tcid] cid name <Caller ID name which can be which can be 1-15 characters in length,
P for private, or O for unavailable> The underscore character “_” represents spaces in a name.
set tcid [tcid] cid number <Caller ID number which can be 1-10 digits in length, P for
private, or O for unavailable>
telephony# set tcid 0 cid name john@vpacket.com (or 1225@172.165.1.1)
OK
telephony# set tcid 0 cid number 4085811225
OK
telephony# activate
01/25/2002:13:20:10 - TSG: 0, Switched CAS, FXS Loop Start
OK
telephony# commit
OK
H.323 configuration
To configure the 5100/6100 VDR to support H.323, you need to set the H.323 gatekeeper mode, set
the gatekeeper, set gatekeeper alias, set the coding type for each TCID, and set the coding profile
usage for each TCID.
Note. You can enter telephony commands individually at the prompt or collect them
into a text file and copy the settings into the telephony subdirectory for uploading.
Setting the H.323 mode
VPacket# tel
telephony# set h323 gk_mode manual
Don't forget to set h323 gk_addr!
OK
Setting the H.323 gatekeeper
VPacket# tel
telephony# set h323 gk_addr 38.170.77.11
OK
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Setting the H.323 alias
VPacket# tel
telephony# set h323 alias add H.323 corporate
OK
Setting the coding type
The coding type must be set for each TCID.
VPacket# tel
telephony# set coding 0 coding_type tx g711_mu
OK
(continue to set the coding type for TCIDs 2-22)
telephony# set coding 23 usage voice on
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
Setting the coding usage
VPacket# tel
telephony# set coding 1 usage voice on
OK
telephony# set coding 0 usage fax on
OK
(continue to set the usage for TCIDs 2-22)
telephony# set coding 23 usage voice on
OK
telephony# activate
OK
telephony# commit
OK
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Saving configuration changes
Saving configuration changes
You need to commit all system changes and then save to write changes to the Flash memory. You can
use either the commit command to retain all changes or the commit ip command to retain only IP
interface changes. The save command then writes the changes to the Flash memory.
For telephony changes first you need to issue the activate command and then commit command
(from within the telephony shell).
LEDs
The 5100/6100 VDR has LEDs that indicate real-time conditions. The following table lists the front
panel LED status and management functions
LED
Power
Status
Alarm
Status
Color
Function
Lit
Green
Normal condition. Unit is receiving power.
Darkened
—
Unit is not receiving power.
Lit
Green
Normal operation.
Blinking
Yellow
An error or fault condition exists.
Darkened
—
Normal condition.
Blinking
Yellow
An error or fault condition exists.
Each WAN port has a status LED to the immediate left of the port on the back panel. The single
LAN port has individual LEDs to indicate link status and activity. The FXS and T1 CAS ports have a
status LED to the immediate right of the port.
Upgrading the software image
You can upgrade the current software image by following these steps. First, you will establish a
HyperTerminal or other emulation program session. See “Setting up a HyperTerminal session” on
page 5. Before you begin this procedure, you need to verify connectivity to an FTP server. The
username, password and filename of the code base to be downloaded is required for a successful
upgrade.
Note. Sample values shown for illustration purposes only.
1. Logon to the 5100/6100 VDR.
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2. Issue the show ftp command to display the current FTP settings.
Example:
VPacket# show ftp
-------------------------FTP SETTINGS---------------------Address of the ftp server : 111.111.111.111
Ftp user name
: guest
Ftp user password
: guest
Path on the server
: C:\
File name to download
: SOURCE_CODE.BIN
----------------------------------------------------------VPacket#
3. Issue the commands to set the FTP values needed for your installation.
a. Enter the FTP server IP address by issuing the set ftp server command.
Example:
VPacket# set ftp server 10.10.10.3
VPacket#
b. Set the FTP user name by issuing the set ftp user command.
Example:
VPacket# set ftp user vpacket
VPacket#
c. Set the FTP password by issuing the set ftp password command and entering the password
after the command.
Example:
VPacket# set ftp password vpacket
VPacket#
d. Set the FTP path by issuing the set ftp path command and entering the path.
Example:
VPacket# set ftp path C:\
VPacket#
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e. Set the FTP filename by issuing the set ftp filename command and entering the file name.
Example:
VPacket# set ftp filename new_code.bin
VPacket#
4. Change to the maincode directory by issuing the cd maincode command.
Example:
VPacket# cd maincode
Changed to directory maincode
5. When you are in the maincode directory, issue a dir command to discover the code version.
Example:
VPacket# dir
Directory of \maincode
3/ 1/2002
0: 0: 0
3/ 1/2002
0: 0: 0
3/ 1/2002
1:31:50
3 File(s)
<DIR>
<DIR>
1262450 OLD_CODE.BIN
1262450 bytes
Remaining file system bytes: 552448
6. Issue the download image command and enter the filename to start downloading the software
image.
Example:
VPacket# download image new_code.bin
download of new_code.bin to new_code.bin
download# ...................
File new_code.bin successfully downloaded from new_code.bin
VPacket#
Note. You can request that the file be used and active during the next reset by issuing the
download image <filename> requestactive command.
7. Issue dir to verify that the code is now downloaded in \maincode.
8. Reboot the VDR by issuing the reset command from the CLI.
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