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Voice Over IP

Voice Over IP

Voice Over IP

I have a F9600 XL and an Avaya Cajun P882 Switch, what circuit board do I need to install on the F9600 to implement VoIP? Do I need to rewire the PBX also?

What do I need to implement VoIP on the F9600?

RE: Voice Over IP

The F9600 never made it to true VoIP.
Fujitsu made an IP Trunk card that supported FIPN trunks,
the AIPT0A (PNE18B-3002-R760) is a VoIP trunk card, and a daughter card(s) AIPT1A, 1B, 2A, 2B.  The daughter cards determine the number of H323 channels.

DESCRIPTION - This feature allows a user to make private network calls or CO calls via the IP network. The connection with IP network is made through IP trunk and LAN (see Figure 12-5). The available LAN is 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX, and the available calls are voice calls and G3 FAX
calls. The G3 FAX calls are supported by V.17 protocol for 7.2 kbps - 14.4 kbps transmission (AIPT1B/AIPT2B), the V.21 protocol for 1.2 kbps transmission, the V.27 protocol for 2.4 kbps / 4.8 kbps transmission, V.29 protocol for 7.2 kbps / 9.6 kbps transmission, and V.33 protocol for 12.0 kbps / 14.4 kbps transmission. The communication between the F9600/F9600 c systems is supported by the FIPN protocol that provides transparency of private network calls.
The QSIG protocol provides the communication with multiple
vendors via the H.323 protocol suite (AIPT1B/AIPT2B).
OPERATION - The IP trunks originate by direct FIPN trunk access or by ARS/AAR access. When the user finds unacceptable quality of the IP network link in ARS /AAR access, the user can switch the trunk to a non-IP trunk by performing a manual advance operation.
The additional FIPN features (e.g., camp-on, call forwarding, etc.) are applied to IP trunk calls. The operation for accessing such features is the same as for FIPN calls. The following features are exceptions:
• Data call.
• Wideband signalling (H0 channels, H1 channels).
• Permanent Connection.
• 32-Bit Voice Compression.
• Centralized VMS.
• Loop back test.
By using the H.323 protocol suite, an IP trunk card can communicate with other VoIP terminals supporting the H.323 protocol. The communication using the H.323 protocols provides all the Q-SIG features.
DTMF outpulsing is on IP trunk calls is available between IP trunks only (AIPT1B/AIPT2B). DTMF outpulsing between the IP trunk and the H.323 terminal is not available.
When an IP trunk call is originated, the IP address of the PBX to be called is determined by the IP trunk. To implement this capability, the following information has to be programmed in the IP trunk beforehand:
• IP address of the IP trunk.
• IP addresses of other IP trunks.
• Office codes in private or public telephone networks (each office code has to have a linkage to an IP address of other IP trunks).
Plural IP addresses assigned for IP trunks in the network and Office codes in private or public telephone networks linked with their IP addresses can be managed and maintained by a gatekeeper which is equipped within the network (AIPT1B/AIPT2B). If a gatekeeper is used, the IP Trunk incoming call groups feature is not available.
When an outgoing CO call is originated by ARS/AAR and an IP trunk is selected, the IP trunk can extend the call to a distant F9600/ F9600 c system nearest to the destination of the CO network within the F9600/F9600 c systems which are linked by the IP trunk.
The IP trunk has a health check capability that determines whether or not the IP link is available for communication. This capability extends to include the voice data monitoring capability (AIPT1B/AIPT2B) which monitors the IP trunk card to determine if voice data is received. The health check is performed from the call origination to
its release between IP trunks periodically. When plural calls are made on one link, the health check starts at the origination of the first call and it stops at the release of the last call. If a failure of the IP link is detected by the health check, every call on the failure link will be
released. The F9600/F9600 c provides users with feature transparency using the FIPN protocol and communication with multiple vendors using the QSIG protocol. The FIPN/QSIG layer 3 message and H.323 messages are sent by TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) / IP (Internet Protocol) to a distant PBX. The voice and FAX signals are coded based on ITU-T G.729/G.711 standard (the G.729 or G.711 must be selected in the network) or Frame Relay Forum Technical
Committee FRF.11, then transferred with UDP (User Datagram
Protocol) / IP. The F9600/F9600c also used RTP (Real Time
Protocol) for reproducing voice and FAX signals dependably. Refer to Figure 12-6 for the usage of protocols.
The F9600/F9600 c supports the IPV4 format for the IP, and provides a priority control by using the Type of Service parameter in the IP header.
The trunk supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
and MIB-II (the second version of the Management Information
Base) to maintain and manage the network (AIPT1B/AIPT2B).
Plural IP trunk cards can be registered as one incoming call group (AIPT1B/AIPT2B). An IP trunk card is registered as the pilot first and other IP trunks are registered as members. If a pilot IP trunk card is busy, a call is transferred to an idle member of the IP trunk incoming
group. The IP trunk card cannot be part of the incoming group (AIPT1A/AIPT2A). If the incoming call group feature is used, the Gatekeeper routing functionality is not available.

RE: Voice Over IP

Easy solution is to attach a VoIP Gateway via T-1 Interface and then program Call route table to utilize Gateway to make interoffice calls.
(Assuming that you already have a WAN route between the sites with appropriate bandwidth and QoS enabled.)
I would recommend Multitech MultiVoIP product line.

RE: Voice Over IP

Altura , Formaly Fujitsu, has parnered with Avaya where as IPGuru mentioned, you can connect it to a Communication manager 8300,8500,8720 as the gateway, you will be able to get full interopablity and centerlized voice mail as well

The AIPT0A card that is mentioned in the first reply is Fujitsu propiatary and will only work between 9600 to 9600

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