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2 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)OVERVIEWThis document describes the configuration procedures required for the KXTDE100/200/600 and NCP500/1000 to make full use of the capabilities ofIntermedia SIP Trunks Services.The SIP trunks services of the TDE/NCP PBX are provided through virtual COline cards (V- SIPGW16) which are designed to be easily integrated into anInternet Telephony Service provided by an ITSP (Internet Telephony ServiceProvider).This guide describes the specific configuration items for the virtual SIP Gatewaycard in addition to the PBX basic configuration related to SIP trunksFunctionality. It also describes basic Network configuration to familiarize dealerswith the network setup. It does not describe the purpose and use of allconfiguration options on the virtual SIP Gateway card. For those details, see theKX- NCP500/1000 and KX-TDE100/200/600 Programming Manual for VirtualSIP CO Line Card and the KX-TDE100/200/600 and KX-NCP500/1000 Manualsavailable from Panasonic reseller website.DSP card and Activation keys The PBX has to be equipped with a DSP card in order to providecommunication between the TDM side of the PBX and the SIP trunks.Activation keys for SIP-Trunks have to be installed in the PBX to provide theSIP-trunks functionality.To check the number of activation keys installed into the PBX and add newlicenses please refer to Page 12 in this guide.ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEWThe following diagram illustrates simple VOIP networks connecting theTDE/NCP PBX: The Case of Intermedia Setup: Intermedia will provide itsservices over the Public Internet.

3 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)BASIC V-SIPGW16 SETTINGS FOR INTERMEDIA TRUNKS1. Install the PBX Maintenance console into your PCThe maintenance console should be available to certified dealers; Dealers canget the latest version of the UPCMC from www.psnareseller.com (UPCMCversion 7.2.1.0 or higher).2. Connect to the PBX Start the UPCMC.

4 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP) Click Connect and choose the method of connection using either LAN ,RS- 232, or Modem to Connect to your PBX for interactiveconfiguration.** We will be using the LAN method throughout this guide**Provide the IP address of the MPR card and the password of the INSTALLERLevel. Go to 1-Configuration, 1-Slot, move your mouse over the MPR card andselect the card property.Make sure that the default gateway should be the end router LAN IP addressMake sure that you have a valid DSP-VOIP LAN address.

5 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)3. Installing V-SIP W16 card Go to 1-Configuration, 1-Slot, move your mouse towards the IPCMPRvirtual shelf and click on select shelf.Highlight the V-SIPGW16 card from the cards list in the left side.

6 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP) Drag the VSIPGW16 card into the trunk portion of the virtual shelf by usingthe PC mouse lift button.Release the Mouse lift button and click ‘Yes’ on the dialogue box.Take the V-SIPGW16 card OUS in order to be able to enter the followingsettings.4. Configuring the VSIP-GW16 carda- Shelf Property settings: Move the computer mouse over the VSIPGW16card and choose Shelf property.Take the V-SIPGW16 card Out of service (OUS) in order to be able to changethe shelf property settings required for Intermedia Trunks.

7 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)Click Apply and then OK to exit the shelf property settings screen.b-Card Property settings: Move the computer mouse over the VSIPGW16 card and choose Cardproperty. Click on Common settings. DNS Server IP address method is Manual. Provide your ISP DNS servers IP addresses. (Contact your ISP to obtainDNS IP addresses if needed) Click Apply and then OK.Click Cancel on the card property- Virtual SIP gateway screen to exit thisscreen.

8 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)c-Port Property settings:Move the computer mouse over the VSIPGW16 card and choose port propertyBASIC CHANNEL SETUP:Please locate the Intermedia SIP Trunks account details from yourIntermedia account Welcome letter/email.Main tab:According to the standard Intermedia SIP trunk account, we need to configurethe Basic Channel Port as follows:“Please Note: the information provided below is just a sample, please locateyour account details in your Intermedia welcome letter/email”1.2.3.4.5.6.Port 1 channel attribute Basic channelProvider name IntermediaSIP Server Name “usbc.intermedia.com”SIP server port number 6060SIP service Domain “Blank”Subscriber number 1234567890 (Intermedia Account DID/BTN)Account tab:1. user name ( Please provide your account sip username)2. Authentication ID same asUsername3. Password ( Please provide your account Authentication Password, Casesensitive entry)Register Tab:Same as defaultNAT Tab:Same as defaultOption Tab:Diversion Header Enable

9 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)Calling Party tab:Same as defaultCalled party Tab:Same as defaultVoice/Fax Tab:Changes from Default settings:1. 1st Codec Priority G.729a2. 2nd Codec Priority G.711u3. 3rd Codec Priority NoneRTP/RTCP Tab:Same as defaultT.38, T.38 OptionSame as defaultDSPSame as defaultSupplementary services:Changes from Default settings:1. CNIP (Receive) Yes ( All Channels, Basic and Additional)Additional DID’sPlease set the channel attribute for number of ports depending on the number ofactive SIP lines as “additional channel for channel 1”For example, if there are 3 Simultaneous calls can be received on thistrunk, the number of V-SIPGW ports to be set as an “additional channel forchannel 1”, will be 2 ports.

10 Panasonic: SIP Trunks Configuration Guide (KX-TDE/NCP)ESSENTIAL PBX CONFIGURATION:Please locate your DID information in the Intermedia Welcome letter/accountPortal.To Assign the DID numbers destinations, Go to 10-3.COtable.SIP trunks Activation keys:1. The DSP card installed onto the PBX MPR Card has preinstalled number ofSIP trunks activation keys (DSP4 and DSP16 have 4 IP trunks and DSP64has 16 IP trunks).2. To obtain additional activation keys, you need to purchase the appropriateactivation key codes (For IP Trunks) and access the Key ManagementSystem. You can download the activation keys as an activation key file fromthe Key Management System. To download the activation keys, enter theMPR ID number shown on the IPCMPR Card in the PBX, and activation keynumber and registration ID provided on each activation key code.3. To check the Number of Activation Keys Installed into your system.Go to 1- Configuration, 1-Slot, click on Activation Keys (Top of the PBX image)MINIMUM SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:UPCMCV7.2.1.0 or higherNCPV5.0002 or higherTDE 100/200V5.0002 or higherTDE600V5.0002 or higherUseful Hints:1. Update your system software once the update is available through thedealer website to make use of added features and improved functionality.2. Update your PCMC (Maintenance Tool) with the latest version available onthe BTS website and through Panasonic Tech support department.3. Back up your configuration file with the Good known settings.4. Consult with your network administrator prior to installation to guarantee asmooth setup for your system over the existing network.Important Notes:1- E911: Please Work Closely with Intermedia team to ensure thatE911service is configured and tested properly.

Please set the channel attribute for number of ports depending on the number of active SIP lines as “additional channel for channel 1” For example, if there are 3 Simultaneous calls can be received on this trunk, the num