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BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Hello out there...

I am experimenting with a pair of 1140e's (SIP04.04.33.00) and a BCM400 R3.7.

Using miniSIPServerV33, I have been able to successfully perform inbound calling from the 1140e's into the BCM using the VOIP trunks and Target Lines to each extension. These calls work perfectly.

I'm trying to program destination codes and a route to the VOIP trunk, in order to call out to the SIP phones as if they were extensions. I can see the route set up on Monitor, but there is no dial tone, and the call eventually times out... am I missing a setting here or is there no actual way to dial out on the VOIP trunk line? Please see the snip attached below:

Many thanks!

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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

Cannot see your settings to see if your missing anything but sounds like Dialing Plan may need your dest code added and the string increased to all digtits dialed including dest code.
As for dial tone you may need to program that under Dialing Plan as well if 3.7 supports it.

If for lab use only best to get a BCM50 R6 that supports full SIP from Carriers.

Wait for others to respond, they know the 3.7 better.



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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Hi Curly:

For calls incoming to BCM, I have target lines set for each extension (rec'd number=ext)

When I dial an outside line on the SIP server + the extension number, the call rings thru.

There are also destination codes and route (7A -> L060) to use line 060 (first SIP line) for outgoing calls.

In the SIP server, I have the SIP trunk registered to the BCM on port 5060.

If I reboot the BCM, the first call made OUT to the SIP extension succeeds, although there is no audio until I put the SIP phone on hold and then resume the call.

Subsequent calls out of the BCM do not go anywhere.

In the SIPUA logs, I see it trying to send codec G722 and then an error message:
*WARNING* SIP - cSdpBody::addToCapSet() - Illegal codec-name or payload-type received from SIP endpoint - ignoring G722

I've tried setting all the preferred codecs to G729, but can't find where this is coming from?

David


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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

Hello David

As far as I know. BCM systems prior to 4.0 (Linux) didn't support SIP trunks. I'm guessing that you are using H323 from your SIP Server onto the BCM?.

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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Hi Firebird,

No sir, the H323 would not set up at all. It's SIP aimed at port 5060. I think I may have my codecs screwed up on the phone itself.

David

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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

Maybe best to post screen shots (or spread sheet from BCM) of all related programming such as trunks, routes, dest codes, dialing plan and so on.



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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Will do - as soon as I can recover the system from playing with the IpSec settings... :(

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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Here: this may be a little more readable!

Resources
>>Media Services Card
>>>>MSC Configuration
>>>>>>IP Clients: 5 - 99
>>>>>>IP Trunks: 5 - 60
>>>>>>Media Gateways: 8 - MAX
>>>>>>Voice Mail - ACD Ports: 2 - 6
>>>>>>Fax: 0 - 2
>>>>>>WAN: 0 - 0
>>>>>>IVR Ports: 0 - MAX
>>>>>>CTE Ports: 0 - MAX

Services
>>Telephony Services
>>>>System DNs
>>>>Lines
>>>>>>VoIP lines
>>>>>>>>Enabled VoIP Lines
>>>>>>>>>>Line 060
>>>>>>>>>>>>General
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Name:Line060
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Control Set DN2221
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Remote Package 00
>>>>>>>>>>>>Trunk/Line data
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Trunk Type: VoIP
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Line type: Pool M
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Prime Set: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Distinct Rings in use: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Distinct Ring: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Auto Privacy: Y
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Use Auxiliary Ringer: N
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Fully autohold: Y
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Redirect to: <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>>>Restrictions
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Line: all default
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Remote: all default
>>>>>>Physical lines
>>>>>>>>Enabled physical lines
>>>>>>>>>>All Lines in Pool K
>>>>>>Target lines
>>>>>>>>Line 241
>>>>>>>>>>General
>>>>>>>>>>>>Name: Line241
>>>>>>>>>>>>Control set: DN2221
>>>>>>>>>>Trunk/line data
>>>>>>>>>>>>Trunk type: Target line
>>>>>>>>>>>>Line type: Public
>>>>>>>>>>>>If busy: To prime
>>>>>>>>>>>>Prime set: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>Distinct rings in use: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>Distinct ring: None
>>>>>>>>>>>>Use auxiliary ringer: N
>>>>>>>>>>>>Redirect to: <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Received number
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Private number: 2221
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Public number: 2221
>>>>>>>>>>Telco features
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Voice message center: Center 1
>>>>Call routing
>>>>>>Routes
>>>>>>>>Route 000
>>>>>>>>>>External # <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Use Pool: A
>>>>>>>>Route 100
>>>>>>>>>>External # <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Use Pool: M
>>>>>>>>>>DN type: Private
>>>>>>>>Route 911
>>>>>>>>>>External # <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Use Pool: K
>>>>>>>>>>DN type: Private
>>>>>>Destination codes
>>>>>>>>822A
>>>>>>>>>>Schedules: all use Route 100, absorbed length: 0
>>>>>>>>>>Wild cards: all assigned
>>>>>>>>91A
>>>>>>>>>>Schedules: all use Route 911, absorbed length: 0
>>>>>>>>>>Wild cards: all assigned
>>>>>>>>9A
>>>>>>>>>>Schedules: all use Route 911, absorbed length: 1
>>>>>>>>>>Wild cards: all assigned, except 1: unavailable
>>>>General Settings
>>>>>>IP trunking
>>>>>>>>Send Name Display: Y
>>>>>>>>Remote Capability MWI: Y
>>>>>>>>Virtual Private Network ID: 0
>>>>>>>>Zone ID: 0
>>>>>>Dialing plan
>>>>>>>>Private Network
>>>>>>>>>>Type: None
>>>>>>>>>>Location code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Private DN Length: 4
>>>>>>>>Public network
>>>>>>>>>><all defaults>
>>>>>>Access codes
>>>>>>>>Park prefix: 1
>>>>>>>>External code: None
>>>>>>>>Direct dial digit: 0
>>>>>>>>Private Auto DN: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Public Auto DN: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Private DISA DN: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Public DISA DN: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Private access code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Public access code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Local access code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>National access code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>Special access code: <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Line pool codes
>>>>>>>>>>>><all blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Carrier codes
>>>>>>>>>>>><all default>
>>>>>>Remote access packages
>>>>>>>>-all Remote page: N, Line pool access: <blank>
>>>>>>DN lengths
>>>>>>>>DN length: 4
>>>>>>>>>>Received number length
>>>>>>>>>>>>Private length: 4
>>>>>>>>>>>>Public length: 4
>>IP Telephony - Published IP Address: IP-LAN1
>>>>System Configuration
>>>>>>Echo Cancellation: Enabled w/NLP
>>>>>>G.723.1 Data Rate: 6.3 kbps
>>>>>>Reserved Media Gateway Codec: G.729
>>>>>>T.38 UDP Redundancy: 0
>>>>IP Terminals
>>>>>>H.323 Terminals
>>>>>>>>VoIP Gateway: Disabled
>>>>>>Nortel IP Terminals
>>>>>>>>Registration: On
>>>>>>>>Password: ******
>>>>>>>>Auto Assign DNs: On
>>>>>>>>Advertisement: Nortel Networks
>>>>>>>>Default Codec: Auto
>>>>>>>>Default Jitter Buffer: Auto
>>>>>>>>G.729 Payload Size (ms): 30
>>>>>>>>G.723 Payload Size (ms): 30
>>>>>>>>G.711 Payload Size (ms): 20>>>>>>>>
>>>>IP Trunks
>>>>>>Maximum Trunks: 60
>>>>>>Total Trunk Credits: 60
>>>>>>H.323 Trunks: 30
>>>>>>SIP Trunks: 30
>>>>>>>>H.323 Trunks
>>>>>>>>>><all zeros or default>
>>>>>>>>>>Remote Gateway
>>>>>>>>>>>><blank>
>>>>>>>>SIP Trunks
>>>>>>>>>>Local Gateway IP Interface
>>>>>>>>>>>>Fallback to Circuit-Switched: Enabled-All
>>>>>>>>>>>>SIP Domain: bcm.domain.com
>>>>>>>>>>>>Transport: UDP
>>>>>>>>>>Media Parameters
>>>>>>>>>>>>1st Preferred Codec: G.729
>>>>>>>>>>>>2nd Preferred Codec: G.723
>>>>>>>>>>>>3rd Preferred Codec: G.711 uLaw
>>>>>>>>>>>>4th Preferred Codec: G.711 aLaw
>>>>>>>>>>>>Silence Compression: Disabled
>>>>>>>>>>>>Jitter Buffer - Voice: Auto
>>>>>>>>>>Dialing Sub-Domain
>>>>>>>>>>>>e.164 / National: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>e.164 / Subscriber: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>e.164 / Special: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>e.164 / Unknown: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>Private / UDP: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>Private / CDP: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>Private / Special: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>Private / Unknown: default
>>>>>>>>>>>>Unknown / Unknown: default
>>>>>>>>>>Address Book
>>>>>>>>>>>><blank>
>>>>>>PortRanges
>>>>>>>>R1 - 28000 - 28511
>>DHCP - disabled
>>DNS - disabled
>>IP Routing - disabled
>>Net Link Mgr - disabled
>>NAT - disabled

Diagnostics
>>MSC
>>>>System version 30DgH14

Verulam Telephone:
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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up


">>>>>>>>Public network
>>>>>>>>>><all defaults>"

Try adding this entry:
DN Prefix 822 --- DN Length 5


Curious
Is this how the old beasts worked? no BlocA or B as choices?
VoIP trunks use Pools?

">>>>>>>>Route 100
>>>>>>>>>>External # <blank>
>>>>>>>>>>Use Pool: M
>>>>>>>>>>DN type: Private"

">>>>>>>>>>>>>>Trunk Type: VoIP
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Line type: Pool M"



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RE: BCM R3.7 VOIP Line - Outgoing Set-up

(OP)
Thanks Curly - I tried your suggestion, but it did not work.

In BCM monitor, I see the VOIP line going active, then it times out.

I suspect there is something wrong with my SIP server...I've played with all the settings, and now I am starting to suspect the SIP software.

The strange thing is, that if I reboot the BCM, AND the very first call out of it is to the SIP server, it works!?!

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