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1 ACCELERATOR 6.3 ASTERISK 1.4 INTEGRATION GUIDE October 2014 Tango Networks, Inc. phone: Parkwood Blvd, Suite 500 fax: Frisco, Texas USA

2 Tango Networks, Inc. This software is protected by copyright law and international treaties, and is the confidential and proprietary information of Tango Networks, Inc. Unauthorized reproduction, use, or distribution of this software, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law. The software described in this document is furnished under license agreement and may only be used in accordance with the terms of the agreement. Tango Networks and Abrazo are trademarks of Tango Networks, Inc. All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners and are used for identification purposes only Tango Networks, Inc. Tango Networks, Abrazo and E=fmc2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tango Networks, Inc. All other trademarks or service marks are the property of their respective owners. Specifications and features are subject to change without notice. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 of 28

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... 4 SUPPORTED VERSIONS... 5 INTERCONNECTION VIA SIP TRUNKS... 5 ACCELERATOR INTEGRATION PROCESSES... 6 MOBILE UC ENABLED ACCELERATOR... 6 Adding a SIP Trunk... 8 Adding an Asterisk User...10 Adding a SIP Device...11 Outbound Routes Configuration...13 Pilot DN Configuration...14 PSTN ACCESS ENABLED ACCELERATOR...19 ACCELERATOR PROVISIONING...20 Mobile UC Enabled Accelerator...20 Voice Network: PBX/Trunk Dial Plan...20 Voice Network: Extension Ranges...21 Voice Network: Carrier Gateways...21 Voice Network: Voice Mail...21 Subscriber Dial Plan/Subscriber...21 PSTN Access Enabled Accelerator...22 Voice Network: PBX...22 Voice Network: Extension Ranges...22 MOBILE UC FEATURE INTERACTIONS ACCELERATOR PBX LEVEL 1 INTEGRATION...23 ACCELERATOR PBX LEVEL 2 INTEGRATION...26 ACCELERATOR PBX LEVEL 3 INTEGRATION...26 ACRONYMS October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 of 28

4 Introduction The Accelerator can potentially be provisioned in one of three ways based on your Accelerator license key. Your license key dictates whether your enterprise has the ability to enable Mobile UC and/or PSTN Access (SIP Trunking) functionality. During Accelerator provisioning, a Carrier(s) was created that enabled one or both of these services. How you integrate your Asterisk 1.4/1.6 PBX with Tango depends on how your Carrier(s) is configured on the Accelerator. Mobile UC - The Mobile UC application extends PBX and Unified Communications (UC) features to mobile devices. Examples include Single Number, Single Voic , Abbreviated Dialing, and Presence Status. For Mobile UC, SIP trunks are used when Tango must terminate a call via the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). PSTN Access (e.g. SIP Trunking Controller) PSTN Access facilitates interworking between enterprise and SIP entities such as PBXs and PSTN carriers (i.e. SIP Trunking Service Providers) as well as between internal enterprise SIP entities. For PSTN Access, Tango uses only SIP trunk(s) to integrate with the Asterisk 1.4/1.6. Important Note: Through out this document and other Tango documents the term PSTN Access is used to describe the functions of the SIP Trunking Controller product. These terms are interchangeable. Whenever you see PSTN Access we are talking about the SIP Trunking Controller. Mobile UC and SIP Trunking combination It is possible to have both the Mobile UC functionality as well as the PSTN Access functionality enabled on your Accelerator. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 of 28

5 Supported Versions This document addresses the way that Tango integrates with the Asterisk 1.4 and 1.6 PBX. It is intended for users with a thorough understanding of the Asterisk 1.4 and 1.6 PBX. Note: This guide is meant to familiarize the reader with the minimum provisioning steps required on the Asterisk PBX for Tango integration. It does not attempt to address all possible configurations options or features that can be applied within the PBX. Please consult your Asterisk documentation for Asterisk 1.4/1.6 specific issues. Interconnection via SIP Trunks Tango interacts with the Asterisk Trixbox PBX via SIP and a gateway in order to reach the PSTN. In a Tango Accelerator deployment, a SIP to PRI gateway is recommended. Alternatively, a PRI card can be used within the Asterisk Trixbox. Tango uses a SIP trunk to integrate with the Asterisk Trixbox. SIP trunks are also used to connect to a PRI gateway in order to terminate a call via the PSTN. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 of 28

6 Accelerator Integration Processes The integration with the Accelerator can be setup in several ways. During Accelerator provisioning, your enterprise selected Carrier types based on your Accelerator enterprise license key. Your license key may be enabled for Mobile UC functionality or it may be enabled for PSTN Access functionality, or even both. The sections and steps outlined below will guide your workflow to integrate your Asterisk 1.4/1.6 PBX with the Accelerator. Mobile UC Enabled Accelerator The Accelerator needs to be configured as a SIP trunk as described below. Once this is completed, the off-pbx extensions can be used for simultaneous ringing. The SIP trunk interface(s) are used by Tango to terminate a call to the wireless operator s network. A SIP trunk is also used by the PBX to route mobile calls to Tango via the enterprise using Pilot Directory Numbers, Service Pool Numbers or TLDNs. After ensuring that the Trixbox server(s) are configured appropriately with domain and host information, use the following steps to establish a SIP connection between Tango and the Asterisk Trixbox. 1. Access the Trixbox administration web interface by using the URL in an Internet browser window, where ipaddress is the IP address of the Trixbox server. Log in with the appropriate credentials. The first screen of the interface is displayed. Figure 1 Asterisk Trixbox Administration Web Interface October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 of 28

7 2. Select switch to switch to administrator mode and login. The following screen is displayed. Figure 2 Initial Asterisk Status Screen 3. Once logged in to the Asterisk Provisioning page, from the PBX pull down menu, select PBX Settings. Figure 3 Select PBX Settings October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 of 28

8 4. The Asterisk PBX Settings page will be displayed. Figure 4 PBX Settings Screen Adding a SIP Trunk 1. Select Trunks to Add a Trunk. The following page will be displayed. Figure 5 Add a Trunk Screen October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 of 28

9 2. Select Add SIP Trunk to add the Accelerator information. Sample Accelerator provisioning information is provided below. Submit Changes. Figure 6 Add SIP Trunk for Accelerator October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 of 28

10 Adding an Asterisk User 1. Select Users to add an Accelerator enabled Asterisk user. Enter Tango Asterisk Subscriber information and click Submit. Figure 7 Add Asterisk Trixbox User October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 10 of 28

11 Adding a SIP Device 1. From the PBX Setup menu, select Devices. Figure 8 Select Devices 2. The Add Device screen will be displayed. From the Device pull down menu, select Generic SIP Device. Click on Submit. Figure 9 Select Generic SIP Device 3. The Add SIP Device screen will be displayed. Enter the Device ID, the Description, and select the Default User for the device. Click on Submit. Figure 10 Add SIP Device Screen October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 11 of 28

12 4. Modify the SIP Device by selecting it from the Device list. The following screen will be shown. Figure 11 Select SIP Device 5. The modify device screen will be displayed. The field dtmfmode must be rfc2833. The type field must be peer. The dial field must have the device extension number (e.g. 9090) and the alias that was provisioned for Tango user within the Accelerator Provisioning (e.g. Click Submit to add the changes to the database. Figure 12 Modify Accelerator Enabled Device October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 12 of 28

13 Outbound Routes Configuration 1. Navigate to the Outbound Routes screen by selecting it from the left pane. The Add Route screen is displayed. Figure 13 Basic Setup Menu Outbound Routes 2. On the Add Route screen, type in the Route Name (e.g. AliasRoutetoE). On the Dial Patterns field, type the alias range for the enterprise (e.g XX, where XX is a wildcard). The value(s) in the Dial Patterns field should reflect the Accelerator subscriber Alias field value(s). A separate entry should exist for each Accelerator subscriber alias range. 3. On the Trunk Sequence pull down menu, select the SIP Trunk defined for the Accelerator (e.g. SIP/CorpAE). Click Submit to add the route to the database. Figure 14 Add Accelerator Outbound Route October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 13 of 28

14 Pilot DN Configuration The Pilot DN for the Accelerator must be configured in order to have services available to Tango subscribers. The following steps define the provisioning necessary in the Asterisk Trixbox 1.4 PBX. 1. On the left pane, select Tools. From the Tools menu, select Custom Destinations. Figure 15 Tools Menu Custom Destinations 2. Add a Custom Destination for the Accelerator Server. Enter the Custom Destination (custom-redirtocorpe as described with the sample PDN of ), a Description and any applicable Notes. Click Submit Changes. Figure 16 Add Custom Destination for Accelerator October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 14 of 28

15 3. From the PBX pull-down menu, select Config File Editor. Figure 17 PBX Pull-down Menu Config File Editor 4. From the list of configurations, select the extensions_custom.conf file. Figure 18 Config File Editor Configuration List October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 15 of 28

16 5. Enter the definition of the Custom Destination defined earlier as described in the following screen (e.g. [custom-redirtocorpe] and exten => Click on Update to submit the changes. Figure 19 Edit Extensions Configuration File 6. On the extensions_custom.conf menu, select Re-Read Configs to apply the changes to the Asterisk PBX. Figure 20 Re-Read Configs October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 16 of 28

17 7. Return to the PBX Settings as described in Figure 3 Select PBX Settings on page Under the Setup Menu on the left pane, select Inbound Routes. Figure 21 Setup Menu Inbound Routes 9. Add an Incoming Route which will define the PDN to be associated with the appropriate Accelerator as shown below. Fields that need to be configured include: DID Number The PDN for the Accelerator. Custom Destinations The destination defined for the Accelerator. Submit Click submit to populate the PDN into the Asterisk PBX. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 17 of 28

18 Figure 22 Add Incoming Route October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 18 of 28

19 PSTN Access Enabled Accelerator To make the Accelerator the ingress/egress point for off net calls between the PBX and your SIP Trunk provider, modify your PBX s routing tables to send off-net calls over a SIP Trunk to the Accelerator on the SIP Trunking port (default of 5080). This SIP Trunk should also allow incoming calls from the Accelerator. Make sure any required Class of Service attributes are set appropriately on the PBX. On-net calls between PBX s can also be configured to route via the Accelerator using a similar process. It is often desirable to create a second SIP Trunk on the PBX in order to specify different Class of Service attributes for on-net calls. Consult your PBX s configuration guide for specific details on SIP Trunk configuration. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 19 of 28

20 Accelerator Provisioning Note: This document assumes that the Accelerator has already been provisioned with: - Enterprise information - Wireless carrier information. The Carrier(s) should be enabled for Mobile UC and/or PSTN Access. Mobile UC Enabled Accelerator The steps below describe the unique configuration areas needed to integrate the Asterisk PBX with the Accelerator. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide for a comprehensive explanation of Accelerator provisioning. Voice Network: PBX/Trunk Dial Plan 1. Add Trunk Dial Plan (required) There are no unique configuration items for Trunk Dial Plans and the Asterisk PBX. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs, Add Trunk Dial Plan section. 2. Add PBX (required) No unique configuration items for adding a PBX. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs, Add New PBX section. If your enterprise intends to use the Route via Enterprise mobile policy by routing Pilot DNs through the PBX to the Accelerator, go ahead and provision the Pilot DNs on the PBX s main page under the Pilot Numbers section. Note that the Pilots here must be E.164 routable. Also, if your enterprise intends to use the Call Move service, go ahead and provision the Call Service Pilots on the PBX s main page under the Call Service Pilot Numbers section. Note that the Pilots here do not have to be E.164 routable. Note that the Call Move feature access code can be found on the Accelerator provisioning page at: Services ->Feature Settings. Add Trunk Groups/Trunk (required) One item to note when provisioning Trunk Groups/Trunks in the Accelerator. Trunk Group Request URI parameters are not used by the Asterisk PBX and therefore do not need to be provisioned. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs (Add/Modify), Add Trunk Groups/Trunk section. Add Least Cost Routing (optional) in the Accelerator for the Asterisk PBX. No unique configuration items for Least Cost Routing. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Least Cost Routes, Add Least Cost Routes section. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 20 of 28

21 Voice Network: Extension Ranges 3. Add Extension Ranges (required) No unique configuration items for adding an Extension Range. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Extension Ranges, Add New Extension Ranges section. Voice Network: Carrier Gateways 4. Carrier Gateways (required if your enterprise routes calls between the wireless carrier and the Accelerator) If your enterprise intends to use an SBC or Carrier Gateway between the carrier and the enterprise, then add a Carrier Gateway. Be sure to supply the Outbound Domain as required by the add Carrier Gateway page. If you are using Pilot numbers to route calls from the wireless carrier to the Accelerator using the Carrier Gateway, provision the Pilot Numbers on the Carrier Gateway s main page. Depending on your configuration, the Pilot numbers here may need to be E.164 routable. Add Trunk Groups/Trunk (required if using a Carrier Gateway) o Host Address, Port and Transport Type should match the value of the carrier s SIP endpoint. If the hostname is entered, the Accelerator queries the DNS server for the associated DNS SRV records. This allows for redundancy and/or load balancing based on the DNS SRV records if the customer has deployed multiple Asterisk servers. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Carrier Gateway (Add/Modify), Add Trunk Groups/Trunks section. Trunk Group Request URI parameters are normally not required by most SIP endpoints, however, consult your carrier s instructions. Add Least Cost Routing (optional) - No unique configuration items for Least Cost Routing. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Carrier Gateway, Least Cost Routes, Add Least Cost Routes section. Voice Network: Voice Mail 5. Add Voice Mail for the Asterisk PBX in the Accelerator. Select PBX as the Voice Mail Server Type. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Voice Mail Servers, Add Voice Mail Server section. Subscriber Dial Plan/Subscriber 6. Add Subscriber Dial Plan. No unique configuration items for adding Subscriber Dial Plans. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Subscribers, Add Subscriber Dial Plan section. 7. Add Subscribers. One item to note when provisioning subscribers: o Alias This will be associated to the user s SIP device on the Asterisk Trixbox provisioning interface. See Adding a SIP Device. If you have only Mobile UC enabled in your Accelerator license key then you are finished. If you also have PSTN Access enabled, proceed to the next section, PSTN Access Enabled Accelerator on page 22. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 21 of 28

22 PSTN Access Enabled Accelerator The steps below describe the unique configuration areas needed to integrate the Asterisk PBX with Tango. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide for a comprehensive explanation of Accelerator provisioning. Voice Network: PBX 1. Add Trunk Dial Plan (required) There are no unique configuration items for Trunk Dial Plans and the Asterisk PBX. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs, Add Trunk Dial Plan section. 8. Add PBX (required) No unique configuration items for adding a PBX. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs, Add New PBX section. Add Trunk Groups/Trunk (required) o o o o Host Address corresponds to the IP address or DNS resolvable host name of the Asterisk PBX. Port must match The SIP trunk port value on the Asterisk PBX. Trunk Group Request URI parameters are not used by the Asterisk PBX and therefore do not need to be provisioned. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, PBXs (Add/Modify), Add Trunk Groups/Trunk section. Add Least Cost Routing in the Accelerator for the Asterisk PBX (optional). No unique configuration items for Least Cost Routing. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Least Cost Routes, Add Least Cost Routes section. Voice Network: Extension Ranges 9. Add Extension Ranges (required) No unique configuration items for adding an Extension Range. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Extension Ranges, Add New Extension Ranges section. This completes the PSTN Access section. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 22 of 28

23 Mobile UC Feature Interactions The intent of Tango is to seamlessly add a mobile component to all of the services that the Asterisk PBX provides to the end user. The Accelerator is integrated with PBXs at three levels of integration for Mobile UC. The Asterisk PBX is integrated at Level 2 integration. This section explains the PBX features that have been integrated with this Accelerator release. Accelerator PBX Level 1 Integration Integration Level 1 provides the subscriber basic services that are commonly used. The following features are considered Level 1: Abbreviated Dialing - Allows extension dialing or internal dialing from the desktop phone. Accelerator allows the user to dial these same abbreviated numbers from the mobile phone. Ad Hoc Conferencing (Internal to PBX) - Allows an Accelerator subscriber to initiate a reservation-less conference from a mobile phone using the conference resources of the PBX. Ad Hoc Conferencing using (External to PBX) - Allows an Accelerator subscriber to initiate a reservation-less conference from a mobile phone using external media server located in the enterprise. Call Forward All (Desk) - Allows users to forward all calls to another destination including those calls to the mobile number. This feature is activated via the desk phone. Call Forward Activation on Mobile - - Allows users to forward all calls to another destination. Users enter a feature access code on their mobile phone to activate or deactivate call forwarding. Call Forward Busy (Desk) - Allows users to forward calls (including those to their mobile number) to another destination when their device is busy. Users activate or deactivate the Call Forward Busy capability with a Call Forward Busy feature button from their desk phone Call Forward Busy Activation on the Mobile - Allows users to forward calls to another destination when their device is busy. Users activate or deactivate the Call Forward Busy capability with a feature access code from their mobile phone. Call Forward No Answer (Desk) - Allows users to forward calls (including calls to their mobile number) to another destination when their device is not answered. Users activate or deactivate the Call Forward No Answer capability with a Call Forward No Answer feature button from their desk phone Call Forward No Answer Activation on Mobile - Allows users to forward calls to another destination when their device is not answered. Users activate or deactivate the Call Forward No Answer capability with a feature access code from their mobile phone. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 23 of 28

24 Call Hold and Retrieve (Mobile) Lets users temporarily disconnect from a call, use the telephone for another call, and then return to the original call. Tango supports this capability in concert with the wireless network. Call Line Identification (CLID) Provides the user information about the calling party. Accelerator supports calling line identification when it is the called party. Accelerator also supports ensuring that the enterprise identity of the caller is preserved when a call is initiated from the mobile phone. In this case although the call is made from a mobile, the calling line ID will be that of the Accelerator user's desktop phone. The enterprise main number may also optionally be used in place of a subscriber s DID for off-net calling. Call Transfer Lets users move a currently established call from their mobile phone to another destination. This is implemented by the user entering a mid-call feature code followed by the transfer to number. There are two types of call transfers that are supported by this functionality: o o Blind Call Transfer Call is transferred without interaction between the user who initiated the transfer and the transfer destination. Consultative Call Transfer - Call is transferred allowing interaction between the user who initiated the transfer and the transfer destination. Call Waiting and Retrieve - Provides users with an audible alert in the voice stream that a new incoming call is waiting. The user can retrieve the call from the desk phone. Accelerator supports call waiting in concert with the wireless network. Call Waiting tones are provided by the mobile phone when an incoming call is waiting, and waiting calls can be retrieved from the mobile phone. Direct Inward Dialing - Allows the desk phone to be directly accessed from the PSTN. Tango supports enterprise Direct Inward Dialing. Direct Outward Dialing - Allows users inside an enterprise to dial directly to an external number. Tango supports the mobile device dialing directly to an external number. Directory Dial - Lets users select numbers to dial from a corporate or personal directory. Accelerator supports using a personal directory on the phone and handles the translations of those digits into on-net network numbers if appropriate. In addition, Accelerator support a corporate directory look up capability for access to the corporate address book. Flexible Dialing Support - The Accelerator has a flexible dialing plan enabling PBX services to be provided to mobile users. Intelligent Call Delivery - Ensures that both the desk phone and mobile phone ring when the dialed number is an Accelerator subscriber. Least Cost Routing For mobile originations and terminations, the Accelerator ensures that the least cost route is used. This results in the enterprise voice network being used to route the call as much as possible, reducing PSTN interconnect costs, and other voice costs such as roaming. Meet-Me Conference - Allows users to set up a dial-in conference of up to six parties. The mobile user can participate in the meet-me conference by dialing the conference bridge. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 24 of 28

25 Multiple Calls per Line Allows multiple calls to be delivered to a single number and have the incoming call information displayed to the user. Accelerator supports this feature on the mobile phone based on the ability to support call waiting for mobile phone devices. Mobile devices typically show a maximum of two lines per mobile phone. PBX Do Not Disturb (Desk) Allows users to activate or deactivate the Do Not Disturb capability by pressing a button or a softkey from their desk phone. When active, Do Not Disturb will not ring the mobile or desk phone. PBX Do Not Disturb (Mobile) - Allows users to activate or deactivate the Do Not Disturb capability by entering a feature access code from their mobile phone. When active, Do Not Disturb will not ring the mobile phone however the desk phone will continue to ring. Single Number Services - A single phone number that a subscriber publishes to communicate with others. When this single number is dialed, the subscriber s enterprise desktop phone as well as mobile phone will ring. Voice Mail Waiting Indication - Provides a visible indication on the mobile phone that there is a message waiting in the voice mail system. Accelerator supports supplying a Message Waiting indication on the mobile phone that indicates that there are voice mail messages in the enterprise voice mail system. Table 1 Accelerator PBX Level 1 Integration Feature Support Comments Abbreviated Dialing Ad Hoc Conferencing (Internal to PBX) Ad Hoc Conferencing (External to PBX) Uses an external IP Media 2000 conference server. Refer to the Accelerator Provisioning Guide, Voice Networks, Conference Servers section. Call Forward All (Desk) Call Forward All Activation from Mobile Call Forward Busy (Desk) Call Forward Busy Activation from Mobile Call Forward No Answer (Desk) Call Forward No Answer Activation from Mobile Call Hold and Retrieve (Mobile) Call Line Identification (CLID) Call Transfer Blind Call Transfer Consultative Call Waiting and Retrieve Direct Inward Dialing Direct Outward Dialing Directory Dial Flexible Dialing Support Intelligent Call Delivery Least Cost Routing Meet-Me Conference Multiple Calls per Line PBX Do Not Disturb (Desk) PBX Do Not Disturb (Mobile) Single Number Services Voice Mail Message Waiting Indication October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 25 of 28

26 Accelerator PBX Level 2 Integration Integration Level 2 provides the subscriber more advanced features than more commonly used basic features. The following features are considered Level 2 integration targets: Call Accounting Codes - To support the mobile office environment, client billing must be supported when the user is away from his/her desktop phone and using a mobile phone. For example, law offices, accounting firms, consulting firms and other organizations benefit from tracking the length of a call for a client. Client billing is achieved by having the user enter a code to specify that the call relates to a specific client matter or account. The code, which is often referred to as a client matter code (CMC) or call accounting code, can be assigned to customers, students, or other populations for call accounting and billing purposes. Call accounting codes are used by enterprise to manage call accounting. Call Coverage/Hunt Groups - Allows a group of extensions to be set up to handle multiple calls to a single telephone number. For each call to the number, the PBX hunts for an available extension in the hunt group and connects the call to that extension. The Accelerator can be defined as one of the extensions. Call Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) (Mobile) - Allows the user to restrict their calling line information from being displayed to the called number. Accelerator supports restriction of calling line identification from mobile phones. Enterprise identity will be replaced; however restriction code will be preserved. Call Pull (Desk->Mobile Call Move) - Allows a subscriber to move a phone call between the desk phone and the mobile phone. Feature is invoked from the mobile phone. Call Push (Mobile->Desk Call Move) - Allows a subscriber to move a phone call between the desk phone and the mobile phone. Feature is be invoked from the mobile phone. Class of Restriction (COR) (PBX) - Defines the restrictions that apply when a user places or receives a call. The Accelerator supports COR for mobile originated calls. Class of Service (COS) (PBX) - Allows or denies user access to some system features. The Accelerator supports COS for mobile originated calls over SIP lines. Table 2 Accelerator PBX Level 2 Integration Feature Support Comments Call Accounting Codes No Call Coverage/Hunt Groups Call Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) (Mobile) Call Pull (Desk->Mobile Call Move) No Call Push (Mobile->Desk Call Move) Class of Restriction (COR) (PBX) Class of Service (COS) (PBX) Accelerator PBX Level 3 Integration Integration Level 3 provides features that are specific to the PBX or specific to vertical markets. Accelerator does not currently support any level 3 features on the Asterisk PBX. October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 26 of 28

27 Acronyms Table 3 TERM Accelerator CA CDR CFA CFB CFNA CLI CLID CLIR COR COS CTI DID DN DTMF IPDR Mobilizer MWI NAT PBX PDN PSTN SIM Ring SIP SMDI SOAP TDM TLDN TLS Acronyms DEFINITION Tango Enterprise Certificate Authority Call Detail Record Call Forward All Calls Call Forward Busy Call Forward Not Answered Command Line Interface Calling Line Identification Calling Line Identification Restriction Class of Restriction Class of Service Computer Telephony Integration Direct Inward Dial Directory Number Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency Internet Protocol Data Record Tango Carrier Message Waiting Indication Network Address Translation Private Branch Exchange Pilot Directory Number Public Switched Telephone Network Simultaneous Ring Session Initiation Protocol Simplified Message Desk Interface Simple Object Access Protocol Time Division Multiplex Temporary Location Directory Number Transport Layer Security October 2014 CONFIDENTIAL Page 27 of 28

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