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1 SIP Proxy Server Administrator Installation and Configuration Guide V2.31b 09SIPXM.SY2.31b.EN3

2 DSG, DSG logo, InterPBX, InterServer, Blaze Series, VG5000, VG7000, IP590, IP580, IP500, IP510, InterConsole, NAT Proxy, SIP Proxy and S300X are trademarks of DSG Technology. Windows and Outlook Express are trademarks of Microsoft Inc. Other names used here are trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright DSG Technology Inc. All rights reserved. 7F, 222 Cheng-Teh Road, Sec. 4, Taipei, Taiwan 111 Tel: Fax:

3 Table of Contents 3 Table of Contents Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy Server...5 Before You Start...6 Installing SIP Proxy...6 Installing and Configuring SIP Proxy...6 Connecting SIP Proxy via Console Port...8 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server...11 Network Settings...12 System Information...12 Change Password...13 Phone Status...14 SIP Trunk Status...14 Upload Pack...15 Reboot...16 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System...17 Add SIP Proxy...18 Add SIP Trunks...19 Create SIP Trunk ARS...21 Add SIP Extensions...23 Settings on SIP Phones...24 Output SIP Message by Telnet...25 Embedded SIP Proxy...27 System Information...27 Phone Status...28 Trunk Status...29 Account...30 Appendix A: System Specifications...33 Appendix B: Embedded SIP Proxy Debug Information...35 Index...38

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5 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy 5 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy Server SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a new generation multimedia communication protocol. It enables voice and other media types such as video to be transmitted over the IP networks. With DSG SIP Proxy, your Blaze series IP-PBX will be able to adopt the SIP Trunk services provided by ITSPs or deploy SIP phones as your extensions. This chapter guides you through the preparation, installation and basic configuration of DSG SIP Proxy.

6 6 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy Before You Start DSG SIP Proxy is an electronic product. Please follow the recommendations below when you install or operate your system in order to avoid any injury and damage. Safety Recommendations Always use ESD-preventive tools when you plug the power cord. Do not disassemble or remove chassis cover of the system. If there is any problem of your system, please contact our service representatives. Environmental Prerequisites DSG SIP Proxy needs to be installed in clean, dry, adequately ventilated areas. The system can be placed in a control room or on a rack. Please remain the control room in a suitable temperature and adequately ventilated environment. Installing SIP Proxy LED Link Lit Connectd to 100 Mbps LAN TX/RX Flashing Data been transmitting Ready Flashing System startup ready Figure: SIP Proxy Front Panel Installing and Configuring SIP Proxy 1. Connecting to Power Cord Plug one end of the power cord to the power connector on the rear panel of SIP Proxy. Plug the other end of the power cord into a power outlet. 2. Connecting to LAN You need to connect SIP Proxy to your existing Ethernet network. Connect an Ethernet cable from the Network RJ45 port on SIP Proxy to any 10/100BaseT RJ45 port on a switching hub.

7 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy 7 3. Preparing a Computer Prepare a computer with web browser and be sure it is on the same subnet as of SIP Proxy. Change the computer s IP settings if necessary. The suggested web browser is Internet Explorer version 5.0 or later. The default values of SIP Proxy are as follows: Default IP Address: :88 (The service port is 88) Default Gateway: Default Subnet Mask: Login SIP Proxy Launch the web browser. On the address bar, type in the SIP Proxy s default IP address :88 to access the system. Then click on the Login icon. After you logged in, please input the default password 1234, you may change the password later.

8 8 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy 5. Basic IP Settings Go to Main Menu>Network Settings. Enter the IP address, Gateway IP, Subnet Mask, and DNS that are assigned to your SIP Proxy. You can set the other items later. You will be logged out if there is no activity been made within 3 minutes. You may change your computer IP setting to the original values after you complete the setup. You will need to enter the new IP address to connect to the SIP Proxy next time. Connecting SIP Proxy via Console Port When you forget the IP address of the SIP Proxy, you can connect a computer to the console port of the SIP Proxy in order to check the current IP address, gateway address, and subnet mask.

9 Chapter 1 Installing SIP Proxy 9 1. Connect one end of the RS232 transmission line to the computer s COM port and the other end to the Console port of SIP Proxy. 2. Open the Hyper Terminal program. Enter the connection name and set the baud rate to 9600 bps. 3. Turn off the power of SIP Proxy. Wait for a while and then turn on the power again. The computer can start to connect to the system. 4. You can see the IP address from the Hyper Terminal page. You can also change the IP address here. If you are going to change the IP address, please press any key within 3 seconds to setup. NOTE: The RS-232 DB-9 connector enclosed with the package is with pin 2/3, pin 4/6, and pin 7/8 shorted.

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11 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server 11 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server This chapter guides you through the details of configuring DSG SIP Proxy. You will need to enable SIP Proxy s network link and register your InterPBX System onto it.

12 12 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server Network Settings 1. Launch the web browser. On the address bar, enter SIP Proxy s IP address. (The default IP address is 2. Input your password. (The default password is 1234.) 3. Click on Network Settings, you could find the MAC address of the SIP Proxy. 4. Input the IP address, gateway IP, subnet mask, and DNS assigned to SIP Proxy. You need to use the assigned IP address for accessing SIP Proxy next time. NOTE: If you are going to adopt SIP Trunks or use SIP phones or WiFi phones in LAN, you need to assign a VIRTUAL IP to SIP Proxy; if you would like to connect to off-premises extensions, you need to assign a REAL IP to SIP Proxy. When communication is required for both internal SIP phones and off-premises extensions, two SIP proxy servers are recommended. Please refer to the above when assigning IP address. System Information Click on System Information, you could find the software version of the SIP Proxy. To upgrade, please go to Main Menu>Upload Pack.

13 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server 13 SIP Proxy Port: It is the service port used by SIP Proxy. SIP phones will register to SIP Proxy through this service port. The default setting is You do not need to change it. PBX Server: It is the IP address of your Blaze IP-PBX. If your IP-PBX is deployed behind NAT, please input its NAT Router s real IP address in this section. If DSG NAT Proxy is adopted for supporting your IP-PBX, please input the real IP address of your DSG NAT Proxy. STUN Server 1, 2: If STUN servers are available in your network or provided by your ITSP, please input the IP address of STUN Servers. NAT Type: When STUN Server is applicable, the system will display the category of your STUN server. Change Password Please change your password periodically for security reason. 1. Go to Main Menu>Change Password. 2. Input your Old Password. (The default value is 1234.)

14 14 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server 3. In New Password, input your new password and reconfirm it. Phone Status Note: Your password should not exceed 19 alphanumeric characters. Click on Phone Status, you can review the connection status of SIP phones registered to your IP-PBX system. Extension No: This field is the extension number of the SIP phone. The password is the one come with the phone when you increase an extension. Status (Online/Offline): Extensions shown Online are connected to the system and able to initiate or receive calls. Those shown Offline are disconnected to the system and not able to initiate or receive calls. Extension IP: This filed displays the IP address and the associated service port assigned to the SIP phone. For offline extensions, it is the last record registered. If the SIP extension is in LAN but the SIP Proxy is in WAN, the IP address here will show the NAT Router s real IP address where the SIP extension is located. Click the Refresh button to update the status. Note: To add or modify SIP extensions, please go to InterPBX Management Website or refer to Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System. SIP Trunk Status Go to Main Menu>Trunk Status. You will be able to view the SIP trunk status.

15 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server 15 SIP Account: This is the SIP trunk or the phone number provided by your carrier. Status: The different font color represents different status. Refer to the conventions at the bottom of the page for more details. Registrar Server and Domain Name: The fields are the Registrar Server s IP address followed by its associated service port and the domain name. You may click the Refresh button to renew the status. Note: To increase to modify SIP Trunks, please go to InterPBX Management Website or refer to Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System. Upload Pack If a new software version is available, you may save it to a location where the computer can reach for updating.

16 16 Chapter 2 Configuring SIP Proxy Server 1. Go to Main Menu> Upload Pack. 2. Click on the Browse button and select the path and the file for upgrade. 3. Click the Upload Application now! button to upgrade the system. Note: After the upgrade procedure is complete, please reboot the system. Notice that there is no call been transmitted on the system. Reboot After you change the IP address or upgrade software, you need to reboot the system. Click on the Reboot button to restart the system. Note: When reboot the system, please make sure that there is no call been transmitted on the system.

17 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 17 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System When adopting SIP Proxy, your InterPBX IP Communication System, including Blaze series IP-PBX and the associated SIP phones, needs to enable the SIP function as well. You will need to create a SIP Proxy list and register SIP phones or SIP Trunks.

18 18 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System Add SIP Proxy You need to enroll the SIP Proxy IP address to the InterServer. Before you increase SIP Trunks, please make sure you have appropriate License Keys. 1. Launch the web browser. On the address bar, enter your InterServer s IP address. (Please use service port 88.) 2. Click on the Administrator icon and use your user name and password to login. 3. Go to Main Menu>Gateway Configuration>SIP Proxy, the SIP Proxy list will be displayed. 4. Click the Add button to create a SIP Proxy. Name: Enter a name to describe this SIP Proxy. MAC Address: Enter the MAC address of the SIP Proxy. You could find the MAC address from SIP Proxy s administration web site or from the device. Port Number: This defines the number of concurrent calls. Enter the available SIP channels you may use or purchased. The SIP channel shall not exceed 48 ports. Note: When making calls, for calls from one SIP phone to the other SIP phone, no SIP channel will be occupied. For calls between IP phones and SIP phones/sip trunks, 1 SIP channel will be occupied. For a call between SIP phone and SIP trunk, 2 SIP channels will be occupied. Extension Base: Input the starting number of extensions for SIP Trunks. The number shall be a unique one from others on the system such as extension numbers, group numbers or pickup codes. Notice that the SIP Trunk numbers will not be displayed on the IP phone

19 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 19 when accessed. Instead, the associated SIP account number will be represented. Off-Premises: If your SIP Proxy is not located in the LAN where InterServer is located and is deployed on the Internet, select the Off-Premises check box and input its real IP address assigned to SIP Proxy. Add SIP Trunks If you have subscribed the SIP Trunks service provided by your carrier, you can input your account information at this section. One is using Registrar Server IP way to register to the SIP trunk. Another way is supporting Trusted IP address to get into the SIP. It will not run authentication or register mechanism for communication both side. Before you start, please prepare the followings. Account and Password Trusted IP address Registrar Server IP address (In some cases, it is the same as the Domain Name) Domain Name (In some cases, it is the same as the Registrar Server IP) Specific service port used by your service provider 1. Go to Main Menu>Gateway Configuration>SIP Proxy. 2. Select a SIP Proxy from the list and click the Account button. 3. Click the Add button to create a SIP Account.

20 20 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System Account Name: Assign a name for this SIP Trunk. When accessed, the name will be displayed on IP phone. Trust IP Address: If select Trusted IP, it will not run authentication or register mechanism due to some SIP equipments do not have register mechanism for communication both side. Base on this trusted IP, Blaze server can be inbound or outbound through this IP address for this kind SIP trunk application to communicate with other SIP equipment. Phone Number: The account provided by your carrier. Registrar Server IP: The IP address of your carrier s Registrar Server. Port: The service port provided by your carrier. The default setting is Domain Name: The domain name provided by your carrier. In some cases, it is the same as the Registrar Server. User ID: The account provided by your carrier. In some cases, it is the same as Phone Number. Password: The password provided by your carrier. Registrar Server Type: Depending on your carrier s equipment, select a type of Registrar Server from the list. Register Expire Time: Please input the expiring time of registration. Once registration succeeds, the system will follow the required time of your carrier to reset this item.

21 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 21 Enabled: Click this item to enable the SIP Proxy. CODEC: Select a CODEC supported by the SIP Trunk. DID and Strip Prefix Digit: If you have applied DID service provided by your carrier, select the DID check box and input the digit of prefix that needs to be deleted. Class of Service: Assign one Class of Service of the trunk. Callers, after connected to the PBX system from this CO line, will be granted the assigned call permission to continue make calls. You could further edit the AAR and ARS list of the CoS to route incoming calls from a trunk to the other trunk. Please refer to Chapter 6 Group Management/Class of Service for more details about CoS, AAR and ARS. Ring Assignment: You could assign a specific extension, extension group or AA menu to answer incoming calls. In ring assignment, select Local to set individual trunk line or select From CO Group to allow this trunk referring to a CO Line Group. For more details about ring assignment, please refer to InterPBX Administrator Installation and Configuration Guide. Create SIP Trunk ARS After you add SIP Trunks to your system, you need to edit the associated ARS (Automatic Route Selection) policies and procedures allowing extensions to access those SIP Trunks for making calls. Notice that extensions are not able to access SIP Trunks directly by using the assigned extension number. Creating Routes: 1. Go to Main Menu>System Configuration>Route. 2. Click the Add button to increase a route. 3. Input the description of this route.

22 22 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 4. In different business hours, click Account and select a SIP Proxy you would like to use from the list. Setting ARS: 1. Go to Main Menu>Group Management>Class of Service. 2. Select a Class of Service from the list and click the ARS button to apply the route you just created to the selected CoS. 3. In Dialed String, define your policy and procedure. You may input the commonly used international access code and country code, such as for calls to UK, or long distance access code and area code, such as 1212 for calls to New York. You may also set a specific number representing the SIP Trunk code such as 7. The digit length shall not exceed 28 and the string shall be a unique one. 4. Set the Minimum and Maximum Digits length of dialed numbers. 5. From the Route list, select a SIP Trunk route you would like to adopt. 6. When editing SIP Trunk ARS, skip the Delete and Insert items. 7. Click the Add button to increase this policy and procedure to ARS list. To remove, select one from the list and click the Remove button.

23 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System You may also click the Copy from button and increase one by modifying others. Making calls using ARS 1. Lift the handset. Press your CO line access code (e.g. 0 ) to get a line and input the phone number you would like to call. 2. Depending on your Class of Service and business hour, the call will be routed to your SIP Trunk for connecting to PSTN. For example, if you set in Dialed String, when you dial xxxxxxxxxxx, all calls from US to Japan will get through the SIP Trunks. Making calls using SIP Trunk access code 1. Lift the handset. Press the access code assigned in Dialed String representing the SIP Trunk and followed by the phone number you would like to call. 2. The call will be routed to your SIP trunk for connecting to PSTN. For example, if you set 7 in Dialed String as the SIP Trunk access code, when you dial , the call to UK will get through your SIP Trunk. Add SIP Extensions

24 24 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System SIP Proxy helps you to register third parties SIP phones to your InterPBX System and they will be one of your extensions. Before you increase SIP extensions, please make sure you have appropriate License Keys. 1. Go to Main Menu>Extension Management >SIP Phone List. 2. Click the Add button to increase SIP phones. 3. Assign an extension number in Extension No.. 4. Assign a password for this extension. Extension users can change the password from InterPBX Management Website. Password must be numbers. 5. From SIP Proxy list, select one for this SIP phone. Please refer to InterPBX Administration Installation and Configuration Guide for other settings. Settings on SIP Phones Please make sure you have increased the SIP phone to your InterPBX System. The SIP Extension will then be able to make calls to other extensions of the PBX system or make calls via the SIP Proxy. Depends on the manufacturer of SIP phones, the required settings might be different. The basic settings are as follows. For more details, please refer to the related operation manual of your SIP phones. IP Address, Subnet, Gateway or DHCP: The basic network settings of your SIP phones.

25 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 25 Display Name: The name of the SIP phone to be displayed on receivers phone. SIP User Name and Authorization Name: The assigned extension number of the SIP phone. Password: The assigned password when you increase the extension. Domain, Registrar and Proxy: The IP address and service port of your SIP Proxy (e.g :5060). If DNS is available in your network, you may input the Domain Name assigned to the SIP Proxy. Making Calls from SIP Phones and Applicable SIP Phone Features When adopting third parties SIP phones, some features on the InterPBX System might not apply to those SIP phones. The dialing procedure will be a little bit different from that on DSG IP phones. Making internal calls: Press Extension Number followed by # key or the Dial key. You could also place calls to an Extension Group. Making external call: Press the CO line access code (such as 0) or a specific CO line extension and dial the phone number followed by # key or the Dial key. The call will be transmitted based on the ARS setting as of the extension s CoS. Retrieving voice messages: Press *+ *+ # key. Notice that the CODEC supported by Voice Messaging System are G.711 and G.723. If your SIP phone does not support it, you will not be able to listen to your voice messages. Depending on the SIP phone type you use, this feature will probably not work. Conference: SIP phones can be invited to join a conference. If your SIP phone supports conference function, it might be able to initiate a conference call. Depending on the SIP phone type you use, this feature will probably not work. Transfer, redial and others functions: Depends on the specifications supported by your SIP phone. Please refer to the original manufacture for more details. Output SIP Message by Telnet InterPBX Server provides a very useful tool which can collect SIP message by telnet to the Blaze Server. This function is created for technical support people, Agents or RD engineer to get more SIP information remotely.

26 26 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 1. Telnet to Blaze server IP using port Input password (same as Blaze server setting) and press d to download SIP message. 3. Output SIP messages.

27 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 27 Embedded SIP Proxy InterPBX Communication System supports embedded SIP proxy function. The Blaze series IP-PBX only can have one embedded SIP proxy. Customer does not need extra SIP Proxy to work with SIP phone, SIP gateway or SIP trunk. DSG Embedded SIP Proxy can show SIP phone, SIP trunk status and can support 64 pcs SIP Phone, 16 ports SIP gateway, 20 accounts SIP trunk and 16 concurrent calls. The Embedded SIP proxy supports Registrar Server IP address of your carrier s Registrar Server. And also supports Trusted IP for SIP communications. The way will not run authentication or register mechanism due to some SIP equipments do not have register mechanism. System Information You need to confirm that the Embedded SIP Proxy has registered to the InterPBX Server. Please login to the InterPBX Administration Website. Go to Main Menu>Gateway Configuration>Embedded SIP Proxy>System Information. In this section, you can view the IP settings of your Embedded SIP Proxy. It will occupy first 16 port SIP port license. For example: If user only purchased 12 SIP port license, then embedded SIP proxy will occupy 12

28 28 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System port license which you can not assign 4 port license to then 2 nd SIP proxy. If user has 24 port SIP port license, then user can assign another 8 port to the 2 nd SIP Proxy. Version: Showing current version of Embedded SIP Proxy. SIP Proxy Port: The service port used by SIP Proxy. SIP phones will register to SIP Proxy through this service port. The default setting is You do not need to change it. Domain Name: This field is setup by Embedded SIP Proxy IP address, it equals to Blaze server IP address. The default setting is turn on and can not be disabled. Change to another IP address is no use. STUN Server1, 2: If STUN servers are available in your network or provided by your ITSP, please input the IP address of STUN Servers. NAT Type: When STUN Server is applicable, the system will display the category of your STUN server. Phone Status Go to Main Menu> Gateway Configuration>Embedded SIP Proxy>Phone Status, you can review the connection status of SIP phones registered to your IP-PBX system.

29 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 29 Extension No: This field is the extension number of the SIP phone. The password is the one come with the phone when you increase an extension. Status (Online/Offline): Extensions shown Online are connected to the system and able to initiate or receive calls. Those shown Offline are disconnected to the system and not able to initiate or receive calls. Extension IP: This field displays the IP address and associated service port assigned to the SIP phone. For offline extensions, it is the last record registered. If the SIP extension is in LAN but the SIP Proxy is in WAN, the IP address here will show the NAT Router s real IP address where the SIP extension is located. Trunk Status Go to Main Menu> Gateway Configuration>Embedded SIP Proxy>Trunk Status, you will be able to view the SIP trunk status.

30 30 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System SIP Account: This is the SIP trunk or the phone number provided by your carrier. Status: The different font color represents different status. Refer to the conventions at the bottom of the page for more details. Registrar Server and Domain Name: The fields are the Registrar Server s IP address followed by its associated service port and the domain name. Account When you subscribe the SIP Trunks service provided by your carrier or service provider, you can input your account information at this section. Before you start, please prepare the followings. Account and Password Registrar Server IP address (In some cases, it is the same as the Domain Name) Domain Name (In some cases, it is the same as the Registrar Server IP) Specific service port used by your service provider 1. Go to Main Menu>Gateway Configuration>Embedded SIP Proxy>Account. 2. Click the Add button to increase a SIP Account.

31 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System 31 Account Name: Assign a name for this SIP Trunk. When accessed, the name will be displayed on IP phone. Trust IP Address: If select Trusted IP, it will not run authentication or register mechanism due to some SIP equipments do not have register mechanism for communication both side. Base on this trusted IP, Blaze server can be inbound or outbound through this IP address for this kind SIP trunk application to communicate with other SIP equipment. Phone Number: The account provided by your carrier. Registrar Server IP: The IP address of your carrier s Registrar Server.

32 32 Chapter 3 Settings on InterPBX System Port: The service port provided by your carrier. The default setting is Domain Name: The domain name provided by your carrier. In some cases, it is the same as the Registrar Server. User ID: The account provided by your carrier. In some cases, it is the same as Phone Number. Password: The password provided by your carrier. Registrar Server Type: Depending on your carrier s equipment, select a type of Registrar Server from the list. Register Expire Time: Please input the expiring time of registration. Once registration succeeds, the system will follow the required time of your carrier to reset this item. Enabled: Click this item to enable the SIP Proxy. CODEC: Select a CODEC supported by the SIP Trunk. DID and Strip Prefix Digit: If you have applied DID service provided by your carrier, select the DID check box and input the digit of prefix that needs to be deleted. Class of Service: Assign one Class of Service of the trunk. Callers, after connected to the PBX system from this CO line, will be granted the assigned call permission to continue make calls. You could further edit the AAR and ARS list of the CoS to route incoming calls from a trunk to the other trunk. Please refer to Chapter 6 Group Management/Class of Service for more details about CoS, AAR and ARS. Ring Assignment: You could assign a specific extension, extension group or AA menu to answer incoming calls. In ring assignment, select Local to set individual trunk line or select From CO Group to allow this trunk referring to a CO Line Group. For more details about ring assignment, please refer to InterPBX Administrator Installation and Configuration Guide.

33 Appendix A System Specifications 33 Appendix A: System Specifications System Capacity Blaze InterPBX System x 1 SIP Phones x 256 SIP Trunks x 50 Concurrent calls x 48 CPU 32-bit Memory 16MB Network Interface 10/100 Mbps, RJ45 LAN Port Internet Protocol TCP/IP, FTP Management Interface GUI, Console Port Temperature 0-50 C ( F) Humidity 8% - 90% non-condensing Power 100V AC 240V AC, 45 Watt Dimensions 65x270x440 mm (HxDxW) Weight 3.8 kg

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35 Appendix B Embedded SIP Proxy Debug Information 35 Appendix B: Embedded SIP Proxy Debug Information InterPBX system provides a web page (SipDebug.htm) to support embedded SIP Proxy in Blaze Server can save detail log file in own storage then download to technical support engineer s PC in order for RD s analysis. Then technical support engineer or Agents do not need going to customer site to collect voice package. Download detail log from Blaze Server 1. Go to PBX server IP:88/SipDebug.htm. Login with password. (same as Blaze server setting) 2. Select debug level (recommend to select level 3 which can have more detail information). Disable: Stop to collect log file Debug Level 1: only message Debug Level 2: send signal packet out Debug Level 3: send signal packet and voice packet in channel 1 out

36 36 Appendix B Embedded SIP Proxy Debug Information 3. Input IP. If this IP is Blaze server IP, then log file will save in Blaze server. If this IP is technical support people s PC, then it needs to turn on Blaze monitor first then detail log will save in this PC. 4. Input Ext No. 5. Press OK to start collecting log file. It can be any extension no. or any 5-digit number. If you want to monitor same extension from Blaze server and NAT Proxy simultaneously, then this no. should be different. Otherwise the log file name will be same that it cannot distinguish from Blaze server or from NAT Proxy.

37 Appendix B Embedded SIP Proxy Debug Information Re-login IP:88/debug.htm again and select Disable in debug level. 7. Press OK then it will appear 2 files Debug log file and debug package file. 8. Press Debug log file or debug package file to save this file in PC.

38 38 Index Index Add SIP Extensions...23 Add SIP Proxy...18 Add SIP Trunks...19 Change Password...13 Concurrent Calls...18 Connecting SIP Proxy via Console Port...8 Create SIP Trunk ARS...20 Default IP...7 Default Password...7 Installing SIP Proxy...6 Login SIP Proxy...7 Network Settings...12 Reboot...16 Ring Assignment...20 Settings on SIP Phones...23 SIP Phone Status...14 SIP Proxy Port...13 SIP Trunk Status...14 STUN...13 System Information...12 Upload Pack...15

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