IPLDK 60 Networking

Report
Networking
ARIA IP - 60
Anton Hattingh
Content
 Overview
 Networking Configuration
 VoIP Connection
 Admin Programming
 IP Phone Registration
Overview
 ARIA IP - 60 Voice networking provides a way of communication to inter-work with
networked system over Internet (VoIP).
 ARIA IP provides uniform numbering plan for all users in the network
 The networked systems can be considered as one system.
 Extension in any system can talk with other system like extension call
 Up to 72 systems can be inter-working via public or private network
 ARIA IP supports the total solution from Home office to Headquarter office with
ARIA IP - 60 Systems
Networking Configuration
VOIP Connection 1/2
VoIP Connection between Systems
PSTN
LCO
STA NO
100 ~ 147
Master
Slave
“9” : CO Access Code
LANU
VOIB
Master System
1. Station range : 100~147
2. MPB IP Address : 165.165.165.60
3. VOIB IP Address : 165.165.165.70
4. CO Line type :
(LCOB : Normal, VOIB : ISDN DID) 
PGM140
5. DID Conversion Type : Type 1
6. CO Range :
(LCOB : 1~6, VOIB : 7~14)
7. Net CO Group :
(VOIB : Net CO Group 01)
(LCOB : Net CO Group 02)
LANU
VOIB
STA NO
200 ~ 247
Slave System
1. Station range : 200~247
2. MPB IP Address : 165.165.165.80
3. VOIB IP Address : 165.165.165.90
4. CO Line type :
(VOIB : ISDN DID)  PGM140
5. DID Conversion Type : Type 1
6. CO Range :
(VOIB : 1~6)
7. Net CO Group :
(VOIB : Net CO Group 01)
LAN
VOIP Connection 2/2
Master System
8. Networking Table
PGM320
BTN 1 : Net Enable
PGM322 (Net CO)
BTN 1 : Net CO Group = 01
BTN 4 : Net CO Type = NET or PSTN
- VOIB : Net CO Group 01/NET
- LCOB : Net CO Group 02/PSTN
PGM324
BIN 00 (Master, itself)
BTN 1 (Usage) = NET
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 1#**
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 00
BIN 01 (Slave system)
BTN 1 (Usage) = NET
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 2**
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 01
BTN 4 (CPN) /BTN(1)
CPN IP Info 1=
165.165.165.90
BIN 02 (Master system) (*Note 2)
BTN 1 (Usage) = PSTN
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 9 (*Note 1)
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 02
Slave System
8. Networking Table
PGM320
BTN 1 : Net Enable
PGM322 (Net CO)
BTN 1 : Net CO Group = 01
BTN 4 : Net CO Type = NET or PSTN
- VOIB : Net CO Group 01/NET
PGM324
BIN 00 (Slave, itself)
BTN 1 (Usage) = NET
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 2#**
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 00
BIN 01 (Master system)
BTN 1 (Usage) = NET
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 1**
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 01
BTN 4 (CPN) /BTN(1)
CPN IP Info 1 = 165.165.165.70
BIN 02 (Master system) (*Note 2)
BTN 1 (Usage) = PSTN
BTN 2 (STA Number) = 9 (*Note 1)
BTN 3 (Net CO Gr) = 01
BTN 4 (CPN) /BTN(1)
CPN IP Info 1 = 165.165.165.70
BTN 7 (Digit Repeat) = Yes
* Note 1 : Delete 1st CO Group Access Code (PGM107) in advance.
* Note 2 : A station in slave system can access the LCOB lines of master system by dialing “9”.
“9” should not be used in numbering plan.
Admin Programming
This section provides a step-by-step procedure on how to set-up the network
parameters on the iPLDK 60 systems to network iPLDK 60 systems together.
 System configuration
Ensure that the VOIM module is connected and recognised by the system, PGM101.
The VOIM expansion module will occupy slot 10.
Station numbering plan
When networking systems together the station-numbering plan of the systems will be different.
This is configured in PGM104.
SYSTEM 1
SYSTEM 2
CO line Attributes
The VOIB CO lines must be configured as ISDN DID/MSN (PGM 140) and the ISDN Line
Attributes (PGM 143: DDI Conversion and Remove Digits) must be configured as required by
network numbering scheme.
The CO Lines to be configured can be determined by right clicking on VOIB slot in PGM101, select
“CO Data View”.
CO line Attributes
The CO Line Attribute Window, PGM140, will be opened and the VOIB CO lines will be listed.
These CO Lines should be configured as ISDN DID.
CO line Attributes
The CO Line ISDN Attributes (PGM143), “DID Conv type” 1 and “DID Remove Num” 0 must be set
as required by the Network Numbering plan
Network Basic Attributes
To enable the networking function PGM320 Flex1, Networking Enable must be set to ON for all the
systems, which are required to inter-work over the network.
Network CO line Attributes
In this section the Network CO lines groups are defined.
The Network CO lines must be allocated to a particular Net CO group.
The network CO Line type must also be defined as NET.
Network Numbering plan table
The final step is to set up the Network Numbering plan PGM 324 the numbering plans of the
various systems are defined.
 Bin 00 will define the numbering plan of the local system and this Bin must utilise Net Number CO
Group 0.
 Bin 01-71 will define the numbering plan of the remote systems and these bins will utilise the
required Net Number CO Group defined for NET CO in PGM 322.
VOIP Attributes
VOIB requires the VOIB card to be allocated an IP address as well as to define the gateway
address. These VOIB Attributes are configured in PGM340.
Logical Slot Assignment
When VOIM module is utilised, the virtual slot number (99) should be entered to STA or COL logical
slot.
The system should now be RESET
for this programming to take effect.
N.B.!
IP Phone Registration
The VOIB slot for RSG/IP phone and VOIB channel to be used for IP Phone is defined in PGM380.
IP Phone Registration
To register IP Phones (LIP7000) to the system the MAC address of the IP phone should be entered
in PGM386. The MAC address is found on a sticker on the back of the IP Phone.
The IPECS Softphone/Phontage is registered to the system as an IP Phone. The MAC address of
the PC LAN card must be entered in PGM 386.
IP Phone Settings
The IP Phone needs to be configured to register to the ARIA IP - 60. On the IP Phone it is
necessary to select the connection Mode as Remote, enter IP Phone IP address, enter VOIM IP
address and Gateway Address.
When power up the IP Phone, the following message is displayed on LCD.
NO RESPONSE FROM MFIM[L]
SET[*] - RETRY[#]
1. To retry registration to system, press [#].
Searching MFIM[10Bj]
2. To change the value related with registration, press [*]
Password: 147*
IP Phone Settings
You can move the menu by pressing [Volume Up] or [Volume Down] after each setting press
Hold/Save to Save changes.
3. Change the mode (LOCAL/REMOTE).
MODE[R/L]
[REMOTE] - CHANGE[#]
FOR OptiCon IP must set ‘REMOTE MODE’.
4. Change the DHCP setting (DISABLED/ENABLED).
DHCP ?
[DISABLED] - CHANGE[#]
Disable DHCP Mode
5. Change the Device number (Not Used)
INPUT DEVICE NUMBER:
IP Phone Settings
6. Enter or change VOIB IP Address. On ARIA IP - 60 this will be the IP address of VOIM Module.
MFIM IP ADDRESS (DOT:*)
165.165.165.70
7. Enter or change Router IP Address.
ROUTER IP ADDRESS (DOT:*)
192.168.1.254
8. Enter or change Net Mask.
PHONE NET MASK (DOT:*)
255.255.255.0
9. Enter or change Phone IP Address
PHONE IP ADDRESS (DOT:*)
192.168.1.244
10. Once all the necessary parameters have been changed press the Speaker button to search for
system.
Questions?

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