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NBX 3000 SIP Mode

NBX 3000 SIP Mode

NBX 3000 SIP Mode

I have upgraded the memory on my NBX 3000 and upgraded to 6.5.18 and was going to throw the switch to move it to SIP mode so that I can add non-3com phones such as the newer fancy Polycom conference phones when I get this message:

     If SIP is enabled,
the following legacy NBX devices will be unavailable
Extension    Device Name    Type    Address    User
***     Trunk     TRUNK     00:e0:bb:11:5b:60    
***     Span_1     PRI Span     [1]    
754     Line Card Port     TLIM     00:e0:bb:05:4f:da    
755     Line Card Port     TLIM     00:e0:bb:05:4f:d7    
756     Line Card Port     TLIM     00:e0:bb:05:4f:d9    
757     Line Card Port     TLIM     00:e0:bb:05:4f:d8    
*325     ATA     ATA     00:e0:bb:01:0d:e2     New User
329     ATA     ATA     00:e0:bb:01:0d:df     Front Reception
*333     ATA     ATA     00:e0:bb:01:0d:e0     New User
*339     ATA     ATA     00:e0:bb:01:0d:e1     New User

Just to make sure I am reading this right, will my T1 card, built in CO ports and add on ATA card not work if I switch to SIP mode?

Do I have to buy new cards?  I read something about rev D cards and see at least one PRI 'D' card for sale on Ebay.

Thanks in advance for any help.  

RE: NBX 3000 SIP Mode

No they should still work.  they will need and IP and I believe you need to add it as a trusted endpoint

RE: NBX 3000 SIP Mode

If you are moving to the 6.5 code base, you should be running 6.5.22.
6.5.18 has issues with transfer to voicemail, and others.

I have not had issues with the built in FXO/FXS modules.

Here is a list of supported Gateway modules for 6.5 SIP mode.
NBX Analog FXO Line Card 3C10114C
NBX T1/PRI Card 3C10116D
NBX Analog Terminal Card 3C10117C
NBX BRI-ST Card 3C10164D-ST
NBX E1/PRI Card 3C10165D

Here are the 3Com phones that will work in SIP mode.
NBX Devices        Part Number
2102B/PE Business Phone 3C10225B/PE or 3C10228IRB/PE
2101B/PE Basic Phone 3C10238B/PE (Legacy)
3100 Entry Phone 3C10399A/B (A model is Legacy)
3101 Basic Phone 3C10401A/B (A model is Legacy)
3101SP Basic Phone 3C10401SPKRA/B
3102 Business Phone 3C10402A/B/C
3103 Manager's Phone 3C10403A/B (A model is Legacy)
3106C Cordless Phone 3C310406A
3107C Cordless Phone 3C310407A
3105 Attendant Console 3C10405A/B (A model is Legacy)
3108 Wireless Phone 3C10408A
1-port Analog Terminal Adapter 3C10400B


RE: NBX 3000 SIP Mode

I tested yesterday morning and the built in devices came up properly as expected but the ATAs on the external chassis and the T1 card did not come up.  I have ordered replacements with the right revisions.  I will post back when I have completed the transition with the new equipment.

RE: NBX 3000 SIP Mode

I have received the replacement hardware 3C10117C and 3C10116D  and they are working properly.  Now I need to get the Polycom IP7000 connected and, surprise surprise the admin manual for the NBX does not match the screens I see in Netset, but I will start a separate thread.  Thanks to all that helped.


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