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Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of NEC. Corporation This document has been prepared for the use of employees and customers of. NEC Corporation and may not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC. Corporation , UNIVERGE is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation Windows is a registered trademark. of Microsoft Corporation Ekahau Site Survey is a trademark of Ekahau Inc AIRPCAP is a. trademarks or registered trademarks of Riverbed, Copyright 2014 2015. NEC Corporation, TABLE OF CONTENTS,Introduction, Section 1 General Overview 1 1. Section 2 Manual Organization 1 1, Section 3 Common Terms 1 1. Book 1 SV9100 K CCIS,Chapter 1 General Information US Only .
Section 1 System Outline 1 1, 1 1 Common Channel Handler GCD CCTA 1 2. Section 2 DTI Specifications 1 3, 2 1 Characteristics 1 3. Section 3 Network Structure Considerations 1 7, 3 1 Determining System Configurations 1 7. Chapter 2 Hardware Installation US Only , Section 1 Installation Precautions 2 1. 1 1 Busying Out Extension Line Blades 2 2, Section 2 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade 2 2.
2 1 Installing the Blades 2 2, 2 2 Order of Installing Extension Blades 2 3. 2 3 Order of Installing Trunk Blades 2 4,SV9100 Networking Manual i. Issue 2 0, 2 3 1 Installing COIU LS1 LG1 GCD 4ODTA GCD 4DIOPA or GCD 2BRIA. Blades 2 4, Section 3 Installing the GCD CCTA CCIS Trunk Interface 2 5. 3 1 Description 2 5, 3 2 Installation 2 6, 3 3 LED Indications 2 6.
3 4 Connectors 2 7,Chapter 3 System Data Programming US Only . Section 1 K CCIS Programming 3 1, 1 1 Digital Trunk Data Assignment 3 1. 1 2 CCIS Assignment 3 3, 1 3 Numbering Plan Assignment 3 4. 1 4 Programming for Closed Numbering Plan 3 4, 1 5 Programming for Open Numbering Plan 3 5. 1 6 Closed Number Programming Example 3 7, 1 7 Open Number Programming Example 3 11.
1 8 Dedicated Tandem CO Trunk Calls 3 15, 1 9 Shared Tandem CO Trunk Calls 3 17. Chapter 4 Features and Specifications, Section 1 General Information 4 1. Section 2 System Availability 4 2, 2 1 Terminal Type 4 2. 2 2 Required Components 4 2, 2 3 Operating Procedures 4 2. Section 3 Service Conditions 4 3, Section 4 Related Feature List 4 5.
ii Table of Contents, Issue 2 0, Section 5 K CCIS Features 4 5. Automatic Recall K CCIS 4 6, Brokerage Hotline K CCIS 4 8. Call Forwarding All Calls K CCIS 4 10, Call Forwarding Busy No Answer K CCIS 4 14. K CCIS Call Rerouting 4 18, Call Park Retrieve K CCIS 4 28. Call Transfer All Calls K CCIS 4 34, Calling Name Display K CCIS 4 37.
Calling Number Display K CCIS 4 39, Calling Party Number CPN Presentation from Station K CCIS 4 41. Centralized Billing K CCIS 4 43, Centralized BLF K CCIS 4 47. Centralized Day Night Mode Change K CCIS 4 52, Centralized E911 K CCIS 4 57. Dial Access to Attendant K CCIS 4 60, Direct Inward Dialing K CCIS 4 65. Dual Hold K CCIS 4 67, Elapsed Time Display K CCIS 4 69.
Flexible Numbering of Stations K CCIS 4 71, Handsfree Answerback K CCIS 4 74. Hot Line K CCIS 4 76, Link Reconnect K CCIS 4 78, Multiple Call Forwarding All Calls K CCIS 4 82. Multiple Call Forwarding Busy No Answer K CCIS 4 87. Paging Access K CCIS 4 92, Quick Transfer to Voice Mail K CCIS 4 100. Station to Station Calling K CCIS 4 103, Uniform Numbering Plan K CCIS 4 105. Voice Call K CCIS 4 107, Voice Mail Integration K CCIS 4 109.
Chapter 5 SV9100 IP K CCIS,SV9100 Networking Manual iii. Issue 2 0, Section 1 System Outline 5 1, 1 1 IP K CCIS Application using the GPZ IPLE 5 1. 1 1 1 CCIS Networking via IP Non Peer to Peer Connections Basis 5 1. 1 2 Description 5 2, 1 3 Systems Requirements 5 3. 1 4 Installation 5 3, 1 4 1 Hot Swap 5 4, 1 4 2 Connectors 5 4. 1 4 3 Ethernet Status IPLE 5 4, 1 4 4 Environmental Conditions 5 4.
1 4 5 Installation Procedure 5 4, 1 4 6 Switch Settings 5 4. 1 4 7 LED Indications 5 5, 1 4 8 Connectors 5 8, 1 5 IP Addressing 5 9. 1 5 1 General IP Configuration 5 10, 1 5 2 ToS Settings Layer 3 QoS 5 10. 1 5 3 Bandwidth 5 14, 1 5 4 Bandwidth Calculations 5 15. 1 5 5 Payload Calculation Voice 5 15, 1 5 6 Some Network Considerations 5 17.
Section 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Chassis Programming 5 20. 2 1 Digital Trunk Assignment 5 20, 2 2 VoIP IP Address Assignments 5 22. 2 3 Local Numbering Plan Assignment 5 23, 2 4 Closed Numbering Plan Using Closed Number Blocks 5 23. 2 5 Open Numbering Plan Using ARS Table 1 2 or 3 5 24. iv Table of Contents, Issue 2 0, 2 6 IP K CCIS Assignment 5 26. 2 7 IP K CCIS Peer to Peer Assignment 5 26, 2 8 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Setup 5 27. 2 9 SIP MLT CODEC Information Fixed Mode Setup 5 30. Section 3 Programming Example 5 32, 3 1 SV9100 IP K CCIS Programming Example 1 5 32.
3 1 1 Card Interface Slot Assignment PRG 10 03 5 33. 3 1 2 Digital Trunk Assignments 5 33, 3 1 3 VoIP Address Assignments 5 34. 3 1 4 IP K CCIS Availability 5 34, 3 1 5 IP K CCIS Assignment 5 34. 3 1 6 IP K CCIS Peer to Peer Assignment 5 35, 3 1 7 Local Numbering Plan Assignment 5 35. 3 1 8 Closed Numbering Plan Using Closed Number Blocks 5 36. 3 1 9 Tandem Connections 5 37, 3 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP K CCIS and Electra Elite IPK II Programming Ex . ample 2 5 38, 3 2 1 Chassis Programming Assignments 5 38.
3 2 2 Digital Trunk Assignments 5 40, 3 2 3 CCH Assignment 5 41. Section 4 Port Designations 5 42, Section 5 CCIS Networking via IP Peer to Peer Connections Basis 5 43. Section 6 Service Conditions 5 44, 6 1 Restrictions 5 45. SV9100 Networking Manual v, Issue 2 0,Book 2 SV9100 IP Networking. Chapter 1 General Information, Section 1 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP Networking 1 1.
Section 2 Voice Over IP 1 1,Chapter 2 IP Networking. Section 1 Introduction 2 1, Section 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP K CCIS Network SV9100 2 1. Section 3 IP Trunks 2 2, 3 1 Configure IP Trunks 2 2. Section 4 Example Configurations 2 3, 4 1 Network Configurations 2 3. 4 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP K CCIS Programming Example 1 2 4. 4 2 1 Card Interface Slot Assignment PRG 10 03 ETU Setup 2 5. 4 2 2 Digital Trunk Assignments 2 5, 4 2 3 VoIP Address Assignments 2 6.
4 2 4 CCIS Availability 2 6, 4 2 5 IP CCISoIP Assignment 2 6. 4 2 6 CCIS Assignment 2 7, 4 2 7 Centralized Day Night Switching Assignments 2 8. 4 2 8 Centralized BLF Assignments 2 9, 4 2 9 Local Numbering Plan Assignment 2 10. 4 2 10 Closed Numbering Plan using Closed Number Blocks 2 10. 4 2 11 Tandem Connections 2 11, Section 5 DTMF Relay 2 11. vi Table of Contents, Issue 2 0,Chapter 3 General IP Configuration.
Section 1 Introduction 3 1, Section 2 Network Addressing Overview 3 1. 2 1 IP Address 3 1, 2 2 Subnet Mask 3 2, 2 3 DHCP 3 2. Section 3 Configuration Examples 3 3, 3 1 Example Configuration 1 Existing Network with Static Addressing 3 3. 3 2 Example Configuration 2 New Network with Dynamic Addressing 3 5. Section 4 Testing the UNIVERGE SV9100 Network Connection 3 8. Chapter 4 Programming, Section 1 Before You Start Programming 4 1. Section 2 How to Enter Programming Mode 4 2, Section 3 How to Exit Programming Mode 4 3.
Section 4 Using Keys to Move Around in the Programs 4 3. Section 5 Programming Names and Text Messages 4 4. Section 6 Using Softkeys For Programming 4 5, Section 7 What the Softkey Display Prompts Mean 4 6. Section 8 Programs 4 6,Chapter 5 Network Design Considerations. Section 1 Introduction 5 1, Section 2 QoS 5 1, 2 1 QoS Definitions 5 1. 2 2 Voice Quality Improvements 5 3, 2 3 Types of Classifications for Traffic for QoS 5 4. SV9100 Networking Manual vii, Issue 2 0, Section 3 Internet Based Connections xDSL Cable etc 5 5.
Section 4 Firewalls and NAT 5 6, 4 1 Understanding the Infrastructure 5 6. 4 2 Firewall Integration 5 7, 4 3 Virtual Private Network VPN Tunnelling 5 8. Section 5 CODEC and Bandwidth 5 10, 5 1 CODECs 5 10. 5 2 Bandwidth 5 12, Section 6 DSP Resource Calculation 5 13. Section 7 Quality of Service QoS Implementation 5 14. 7 1 Prioritization 5 14, 7 2 Layer 2 QoS 802 1pq 5 17.
7 3 Layer 3 QoS 5 21, 7 4 IP Precedence 5 23, 7 5 Diffserv Differentiated Service 5 24. 7 6 Comparison of IP Precedence and Diffserv Values 5 25. 7 7 Programming QoS in the UNIVERGE SV9100 System 5 28. 7 7 1 Marking Voice Traffic Program 84 10 XX 5 28. 7 7 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Voice Protocols 5 28, 7 7 3 Configuring Diffserv 5 29. 7 7 4 Configuration Examples for Classification and Queuing 5 30. Section 8 Port Designations 5 33,Chapter 6 SIP Trunking. Section 1 Description 6 1, Section 2 SIP Trunk E 164 Support 6 4. Section 3 SIP Trunk E 164 CLIP Enhancement 6 5, viii Table of Contents.
Issue 2 0, Section 4 Video Support over SIP Trunks 6 6. Section 5 Guide to Feature Programming 6 7,Chapter 7 H 323 Trunking. Section 1 Introduction 7 1, Section 2 H 323 Trunk Implementation 7 2. 2 1 Determine Numbering Plan 7 2, 2 2 Configure VoIPDB Trunk Ports 7 3. 2 2 1 H 323 Setup 7 3, 2 2 2 Configure VoIPDB Networking Information 7 4.
2 2 3 VoIPDB DSP Basic Setup 7 4, 2 3 Configure Signaling Information H 323 7 5. 2 3 1 H 323 GateKeeper Setup 7 5, 2 3 2 H 323 Alias Address Setup 7 6. 2 4 Configure Call Routing for H 323 7 7, 2 4 1 H 323 Call Routing 7 7. 2 4 2 Caller ID H 323 7 8, 2 5 CODEC Selection for IP Networking 7 9. 2 5 1 CODEC Selection for IP Networking H 323 7 10. 2 6 H 323 TIE Line Programming Example 7 12,Chapter 8 IP Multiline Station SIP .
Section 1 Introduction 8 1, Section 2 IP to TDM Conversion 8 2. 2 1 DT800 DT700 IP Multiline Telephones ITL ITZ 8 2. 2 2 Conditions 8 3, Section 3 Power Fail Adapter PSA L UNIT 8 3. SV9100 Networking Manual ix, Issue 2 0, 3 1 Connecting to an IP Telephone 8 3. 3 2 Operation During Power Failure 8 5, Section 4 LAN Connection 8 6. Section 5 Providing Power 8 7, 5 1 Local Power 8 7.
5 2 802 3af Power Over Ethernet PoE 8 7, Section 6 Peer to Peer 8 7. Section 7 Miscellaneous 8 8, 7 1 System Tones and Ring Tones 8 8. 7 2 Music on Hold 8 8, Section 8 Configuration Examples 8 8. 8 1 IP Addressing 8 8, 8 2 Example Configuration 1 Static IP Addressing One LAN 8 9. 8 3 Example Configuration 2 Dynamic IP Addressing One LAN 8 10. 8 4 Example Configuration 3 Static IP Addressing Routed WAN 8 12. Section 9 IP Phone Programming Interface 8 13, Section 10 DHCP Server Configuration 8 14.
Section 11 Auto Config for IP Terminals SV9100 8 14. 11 1 Required Equipment 8 14, 11 2 Building Config File 8 15. 11 3 Configuring an FTP Server 8 19, 11 4 DHCP Server Setup Windows Server 8 21. Section 12 IP Telephone Registration and Deletion 8 22. Section 13 System IP Phones and Analog Trunks 8 23. Section 14 Firmware Upgrade Procedure 8 23, 14 1 Manually Upgrading Firmware 8 23. x Table of Contents, Issue 2 0, 14 2 Checking the Firmware Version 8 24. 14 3 Upgrading Automatically 8 24, Section 15 IP Station SIP Multiline Telephone 8 26.
15 1 IP Phone Registration Modes 8 26, 15 2 General IP Configuration 8 28. 15 3 VLANs 8 29, 15 3 1 Logging In on the PC 8 30. 15 3 2 Tagging Voice Packets Using IP Phone 8 31, 15 3 3 Tagging Data Packets Using IP Phone 8 33. 15 3 4 Entering VLAN Settings by Phone Voice Packets Only 8 36. 15 3 5 Entering VLAN Settings for PC Port by Phone Data Packets Only . 8 36, 15 4 ToS Settings Layer 3 QoS 8 37, 15 5 Bandwidth 8 44. 15 6 Some Network Considerations 8 47, 15 7 Guide to Feature Programming 8 51.
15 8 SIP MLT Quick Startup Guide 8 61, 15 8 1 Plug and Play 8 61. 15 8 2 Automatic Registration 8 66, 15 8 3 Manual Registration 8 70. 15 9 IP Phone Relocation 8 73,Chapter 9 IP Single Line Telephone SIP . Section 1 Introduction 9 1, Section 2 STD SIP Conference 9 3. Section 3 STD SIP Transfer Unattended 9 6, Section 4 NAT Mode for Standard SIP Telephone 9 7.
SV9100 Networking Manual xi, Issue 2 0, Section 5 Programming 9 13. 5 1 Configure VoIPDB Networking Information 9 13, 5 1 1 VoIPDB DSP Basic Setup 9 14. 5 1 2 VoIP ToS Setup 9 14, 5 1 3 SIP Peer to Peer 9 14. 5 1 4 IP Extension Numbering 9 15, 5 1 5 SIP Extension CODEC Information 9 15. 5 1 6 SIP Extension Basic Information Setup 9 18, 5 1 7 IP Phone Configuration 9 18.
5 2 SIP Phone Example 9 20,Chapter 10 SV9100 NetLink. Section 1 Introduction 10 1, Section 2 SV9100 Requirements 10 3. 2 1 Hardware 10 3, 2 2 Capacity 10 3, 2 3 License 10 3. 2 4 Protocol 10 3, 2 5 Determining System ID 10 3. 2 6 Determining Primary System 10 4, 2 7 Software Information 10 4.
Section 3 Installation 10 4, 3 1 NetLink Connection 10 4. 3 2 Limitations 10 8, 3 2 1 Features 10 8, 3 2 2 IP Terminal 10 8. 3 2 3 IP Trunks 10 9, xii Table of Contents, Issue 2 0. 3 2 4 General limitations 10 9, 3 3 DSP 10 13, 3 4 E911 10 14. 3 5 Music on Hold 10 14, 3 6 Bandwidth 10 16, 3 7 Conference Block 10 16.
3 8 Voice Mail 10 16, 3 9 FoIP 10 17, Section 4 List of Supported Features in Secondary System 10 17. Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of NEC Corporation This document has been prepared for the use of employees and customers of

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