1 Network Equipment Technologies, Inc. NET UX Series with Microsoft Lync 2010 and CyberData VoIP Intercom Configuration Note Rushal Patel
2 Table of Contents 1. Introduction Assumptions and Prerequisites Network Layout UX Configuration Configuring UX For Microsoft Lync 2010 And A Single CyberData Intercom Device Interworking Launch Configuration Wizard for Microsoft Lync Importing the Trusted Root CA Certificate Generating Certificate Signing Request Requesting the Certificate in Active Directory Certificate Service Importing UX Certificate The Lync 2010 Setup Tab Configuring UX To Allow Microsoft Lync 2010 to Communicate With multiple CyberData VoIP Intercom devices Create A SIP Registrar Table For CyberData VoIP Intercom Devices Modify SIP Signaling Group For CyberData VoIP Intercom Devices Removing Wizard Created Configuration That May Not Needed For This Scenario (Optional) CyberData VoIP Intercom Configuration SIP Configuration Test Configuration Verify Device Registration Make a Test Call Product Documentation and References... 22
3 1. Introduction This document provides general configuration instructions for the Network Equipment Technologies (NET) UX Series of products to work with CyberData s VoIP Intercom systems. The UX acts as a gateway between the customer s Microsoft Lync Server 2010 environment and CyberData s VoIP Intercom system. References to UX in this Configuration Note refer to the UX2000 or UX Assumptions and Prerequisites This document is written with following assumptions: The user of this document is familiar with NET equipment The installation and configuration of CyberData s VoIP Intercom system has been completed The installation and configuration of Microsoft Lync 2010 has been completed The UX gateway is running software release 2.1v147 or later The UX gateway has been initialized as per product documentation and the UX node is accessible via WebUI UX software versions older than 2.1v147 can be used and are fully qualified to work with CyberData s VoIP Intercom system. However, some screen shots in this guide may differ from earlier versions of the UX software.
4 3. Network Layout CyberData VoIP Intercom UX2000 / UX UX Configuration Figure 1: NET UX Series with CyberData VoIP Intercom The Web User Interface (WebUI) of UX Series of products has a built-in configuration wizard that allows users to easily configure UX to make A Single CyberData VoIP Intercom interwork with Microsoft Lync 2010 by following minimum configuration steps. Although the configuration tasks can be performed manually, it is highly recommended that customers use the configuration wizard to minimize the possibility of product misconfiguration. Once the UX configuration for Microsoft Lync 2010 and a single CyberData VoIP Intercom communication is completed, we will make necessary modifications to the UX configuration to allow communication between Microsoft Lync and multiple CyberData s VoIP Intercom devices. Once both the above communication channels are setup, we will remove any configuration item/s that may not be needed Configuring UX For Microsoft Lync 2010 And A Single CyberData Intercom Device Interworking This section describes steps to use the UX configuration wizard for Lync 2010 and a single CyberData VoIP Intercom device interworking.
5 Upon completion of the tasks in the configuration wizard, UX will be set up with following configuration items and attributes: Transformation Table (with basic pass-through dial-plan) Call-routing tables Signaling groups SIP profiles SIP server tables TLS profile Media profiles (G.711 A-Law and G.711 Mu-Law) Media crypto profile Media lists Tone table Telephony mapping tables Launch Configuration Wizard for Microsoft Lync 2010 Launch UX WebUI and login with administrator credentials Click the Tasks Tab on the top navigation Click the Lync 2010 Setup link on the left pane. Figure 2: Launch Configuration Wizard Tasks For Microsoft Lync Importing the Trusted Root CA Certificate Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Deployment requires MTLS to be used as the SIP Transport on the Enhanced Media Gateway. In order to comply with Microsoft Lync 2010 Enhance Media Gateway Certification requirements, both the Trusted Root CA and the CA signed UX node certificate must be imported into the node as described in the following steps:
6 On the Lync 2010 Setup screen, click the Trusted CAs tab in the right pane. Import Trusted Root CA Certificate button (red UP ARROW "^") Select "DER" Format Browse to the CA Certificate file and hit Open Hit OK button. Figure 3: Importing Trusted Root CA Certificate Now the Trusted CA Certificate Table List display the certificate file that was just imported in previous step, as shown below:
7 Figure 4: Trusted Root CA Certificate Imported Generating Certificate Signing Request In Lync 2010 Setup screen, click the Generate CSR tab in the right pane. Fill in the relevant information on the screen as shown below and hit OK Figure 5: Generating Certificate Request Above steps will create the certificate request in the bottom pane of the screen as shown below
8 Select the content in the Result field, perform a right-click and select Copy, as shown below Figure 6: Copying Generated CSR Requesting the Certificate in Active Directory Certificate Service Launch Internet Explorer and browse to ADCS page (i.e: https://<ip address of your CA machine>/certsrv ) Click "request a certificate" link
9 Figure 7: Requesting Certificate in AD - 1 Click "advanced certificate request" link Figure 8: Requesting Certificate in AD - 2 Click "Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCS #10 file, or submit a reneval request by using a base-64-encoded PKCS #7 file" link
10 Figure 9: Requesting Certificate in AD - 3 paste the copied content ( in previous "Generating Certificate Signing Request" step) in to "Saved Request" field *Select "Web Server" as the "Certificate Template" and hit Submit > button, as shown below Figure 10: Requesting Certificate in AD - 4 Select "Base 64 encoded" radio button Click "Download certificate chain" link
11 Figure 11: Downloading Issued Certificate Save the <name>.p7b file in your local harddisk Figure 12: Saving Issued Certificate - 1
12 Figure 13: Saving Issued Certificate - 2 Browse to <name>.p7b file location, select the file, perform a right-click, and open it with notepad Select the entire content, perform a right-click, and select copy option, as shown below
13 Figure 14: Copy Issued Certificate Importing UX Certificate In Lync 2010 Setup screen, click the UX Certificate tab in the right pane. Click "Import Certificate" "+" button, as shown below
14 Figure 15: Importing Issued Certificate - 1 Select "PEM" format, paste the certificate content into "Paste Certificate" field, and hit OK button, as shown below Figure 16: Importing Issued Certificate - 2
15 At this point you will receive a question popup from the UX Web UI page as shown below. Hit OK to continue Figure 17: Importing Issued Certificate - 3 Now the UX Certificate tab should display the newly imported UX certificate as shown below The Lync 2010 Setup Tab Figure 18: Importing Issued Certificate - 4 In Lync 2010 Setup screen, select the Lync 2010 Setup tab in the right pane. Fill in the information for your deployment scenario as shown below and hit OK Make sure that the Gateway Scenario you select is SIP Trunking.
16 The Border Element Server configuration for the scenario described in this document refers to the CyberData VoIP Intercom device. You will need to configure the IP/FQDN, Protocol and Port of the CyberData device in this section. Figure 19: Lync 2010 Setup The wizard creates the necessary configuration fields in UX as shown below:
17 Figure 20: Wizard Generated Configuration Elements The wizard creates configuration for minimum required settings with a pass-through dial-plan. If you wish to change the dial-plan, you can do so in the transformation table created by the wizard to fit your dial-plan requirements Configuring UX To Allow Microsoft Lync 2010 to Communicate With multiple CyberData VoIP Intercom devices In the previous section, we configured NET UX to allow communication between Microsoft Lync 2010 and a single CyberData VoIP Intercom device. In this section we will modify the UX configuration created by the wizard to allow communication between Lync and multiple CyberData VoIP Intercom devices. It is recommended to complete this configuration step even if you want UX to communicate with just a single CyberData VoIP Intercom device as it will make it easy for you to add more CyberData devices in the future.
18 Create A SIP Registrar Table For CyberData VoIP Intercom Devices Navigate to SIP Local Registrars and Add a SIP Local Registrar table as shown below: Figure 21: Create A SIP Registrar Table For CyberData VoIP Intercom Modify SIP Signaling Group For CyberData VoIP Intercom Devices Find the SIP signaling group created by the wizard for CyberData VoIP Intercom devices. It can be identified by the keyword UC Border Element in the SIP signaling group name. Figure 22: Modifying SIP Signaling Group For CyberData VoIP Intercom
19 As shown above, change the SIP mode to Local Registrar. Also, select the Registrar that we created for CyberData VoIP Intercom devices as shown above. In the same signaling group, add the IP/FQDN of remaining CyberData VoIP Intercom devices that are intended to register with UX as shown below. Figure 23: Adding More CyberData VoIP Intercom Devices 4.3. Removing Wizard Created Configuration That May Not Needed For This Scenario (Optional) This configuration step is optional and should only be performed if steps in section 4.2 have been performed. The SIP server table for Border Element created by the configuration wizard is not needed as we use the Registrar table for sending calls to CyberData VoIP Intercom devices. This configuration element is harmless if left there and can be removed if you choose to do so. Remove the configuration item highlighted in the picture below:
20 Figure 24: Remove Configuration Item Not Needed For The Current Scenario 5. CyberData VoIP Intercom Configuration Once NET UX Configuration is complete, it is ready to accept SIP REGISTER requests from CyberData Intercom devices. In this section, we will configure the CyberData VoIP Intercom device to register with UX and start making/receiving calls: 5.1. SIP Configuration
21 Figure 25: CyberData Intercom SIP Configuration Login to the intercom s web interface. Default credentials are admin/admin Click on SIP Config on the left side of the screen. On the SIP Config page, select check boxes Enable SIP operation and Register with a SIP Server Enter the SIP Server IP address, SIP User ID, Authenticate ID, and Authenticate Password Enter the extension number you wish the intercom to dial into the Dial out Extension field.
22 After making changes, click Save and Reboot for the configuration to take effect. 6. Test Configuration In this section, we will perform basic configuration verification testing Verify Device Registration Once CyberData VoIP Intercom device has registered with NET UX Series of devices, you can verify the registration by navigating to the REGISTRAR TABLE in UX Configuration as shown below: 6.2. Make a Test Call Figure 26: Verifying Registered Users/Devices After verifying the registration of CyberData device with NET UX, make a test call by pressing the intercom s call button. If the call is established between the device and Lync and the audio can be heard at both end-points, the configuration is completed successfully. 7. Product Documentation and References NET UX Documentation can be found here: https://support.net.com/display/uxdoc/home CyberData VoIP Intercom documentation can be found here:
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