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1 System Installation Guide Version 2.4

2 Table of Contents SCOPE OF THIS INSTALLATION GUIDE... 3 ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION RESOURCES... 4 FREEDOMIQ INSTALLATION IN FOUR STAGES... 5 STAGE 1: THE PRE- SALES STAGE... 6 Is the Customer s Existing Bandwidth Adequate?...10 Running a VoIP Speed Test...10 Understanding the Results of the Speed Test Understanding Circuit Capacity Interpreting the Summary Tab Reviewing Advanced Statistics Codecs, Maximum Bandwidth Utilization, and Oversubscription...14 STAGE 2: THE PRE- INSTALLATION STAGE Understanding Your Customer s Network Topology...15 Configuring Your Customer s Firewall...16 Checking for Router Compatibility...17 Quality of Service (QoS) Classification & Queuing...17 How Classification Works Types of Queuing Priority Queuing (PQ) Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) Class- Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ) with Low Latency Queuing (LLQ) Recommended Router: The AdTran Netvanta 3120 / Changing the Default Username / Password Configuring Internet Access Disabling the SIP Application Layer Gateway Configuring SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) Enabling Remote Access Configuring QoS Configuring Traffic Shaping Configuring Netflow Data Export... 39

3 STAGE 3: INSTALLING THE FREEDOMIQ SYSTEM Logging In to WebLink...40 Adding Users...41 Activating Phones...42 Recording the Auto Attendant Greeting...46 Scripting the Auto Attendant Professional Voice Talents Recording Extension Voic Greetings...48 Recording a Directory Listing...49 Configuring Delivery of Voice Messages...51 Setting Up Call Delivery...52 Setting Up Call Forwarding Schedules Setting Up Call Forwarding Groups Setting Up Call Queuing Setting Up a Call Announcement Setting Up Call Block...58 Setting Up Dial By Name...59 Training Your Customer: Checking Messages...60 Training Your Customer: Running ACD Reports...61 Training Your customer: Using Polycom Phones...62 Polycom Phone Features The Basics Polycom Phone Menu and Advanced Settings STAGE 4: POST- INSTALLATION TROUBLESHOOTING (IF REQUIRED) Running Another VoIP Speed Test...68 Providing Information to Technical Support...68 APPENDIX A: TRANSFERRING CUSTOMER NUMBERS TO FREEDOMVOICE APPENDIX B: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS APPENDIX C: SCRIPTING SAMPLES APPENDIX D: HARDWARD DATASHEETS APPENDIX E: USEFUL TOOLS & FORMS APPENDIX F: GLOSSARY OF TERMS

4 Scope of This Installation Guide The comprehensive instructions in this document are intended to teach you on how to install a FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX, including the necessary customer network analysis and site preparation required before an installation can begin. By following the outlined procedures herein, you will minimize or eliminate any unexpected occurrences and provide customers with a higher quality of service. If you have any questions, or simply need some help getting started with an installation, we encourage you to contact our friendly Technical Support team (see below for details). Please have your dealer ID and customer account information ready. WebLink Internet Control Panel Much of this guide provides instructions on using the WebLink Internet Control Panel to configure FreedomIQ settings and upload recordings. To access WebLink, go to and click Login in the upper- right corner. If you have not logged in to WebLink, please do so as this will give you an opportunity to see what information and resources are available. If you are having trouble logging in, please contact Technical Support. Custom Solutions If your customer requests a configuration that does not fit within the usual parameters of a FreedomIQ installation, we may be able to custom tailor a solution to fit their needs. Please submit their customization requests to Contacting FreedomVoice Technical Support We aim to provide dealers with a high level of support to facilitate your installations and provide the best quality of service to our customers. If you need assistance with an installation or with making changes to a customer account, please contact: FreedomVoice Technical Support Phone: Mon Fri: 6:00AM to 9:00PM EST Saturday: 9:30AM to 6:30PM EST Emergency support is also available 24/7. 2

5 Additional Installation Resources You will find links to supplementary documentation, manuals, guides, forms, and other information in the Dealer Resources section of WebLink. Below are several additional resources that can be very helpful throughout the course of an installation: Customer Workbook All of the information that you need to set up the system is in the customer workbook. This is a required document; you will be using your customer workbook as your guide for the entire installation process. Setting up the system is dependent upon having user information, extension numbers, call flows, call groups, ACD queues, etc., so all of this customer information must be available and accurate. New WebLink Version and Dealer Tools We are working on numerous graphical user interface (GUI) improvements to WebLink and will make these available to you as they are finalized. We are constantly developing better tools based on input from our dealers, so your feedback is always welcome. Not all features of this interface are currently in production. Please regard the warning message at the top of each page and only use on live customer accounts those features that do not have this warning message. Stay tuned to updates from FreedomVoice for new tools as they become available. You can reach the still- in- production version of WebLink at: FreedomIQ User Guide The FreedomIQ User Guide provides easy instructions on how to use various features of the system. This guide covers primarily those features that serve the everyday needs of a user, and can be extremely helpful to have on- hand when training users on how to use the system. The most up to date version of the User Guide can be found at the following link: Download the FreedomIQ User Guide 3

6 FreedomIQ Installation in Four Stages To keep this installation organized we will separate it into four different stages. At each stage there will be critical procedures that will need to be performed. In order to facilitate the best possible installations, this document will cover the entire process from Pre- Sales through Post- Installation and lay out exactly what needs to be done in along the way. Most of the tasks described in this guide are the responsibility of the installer, with FreedomVoice assisting with support, before, during, or after the installation. The Pre- Sales Stage This stage will cover performing the customer needs assessment and collecting the customer s basic information to get a feel for the scope of the installation and what will be required to complete it successfully. It s very important that this step be conducted thoroughly to avoid unexpected problems during or after the installation. The Pre- Installation Stage This stage begins after the customer places their order. At this point, you will need to collect additional information and forms, such as local number porting requests (LNPs), and begin configuring the customer s network equipment (routers, firewall, etc.) to accommodate a smooth installation. Installing the FreedomIQ System This stage covers the actual installation and configuration of the FreedomIQ system, including creating users, activating devices, setting up features, and more. During this stage, the information collection and preparation steps from the previous two stages will be very important. Post- Installation Troubleshooting (if required) This stage briefly covers what to do in the event that an otherwise successful installation is experiencing an issue such as jitter, echo, packet loss, or one- way audio. We ve provided a straightforward procedure for diagnosing the root cause and correcting the problem. If the issue persists, do not hesitate to contact our support department for assistance. 4

7 Stage 1: The Pre- Sales Stage During this stage, you will be working to collect information from the customer. This information covers critical areas such as assessing network capabilities, system configuration, number porting, and more. The questions and explanations below provide a brief overview and are followed by a breakdown of the Customer Workbook for documenting responses. One of the items below involves evaluating your customer s bandwidth by running a VoIP Speed Test at your customer s location. More detailed instructions on this process can be found following the workbook breakdown. What are the customer s phone service requirements, from a technical perspective? Begin by interviewing the customer and asking probing questions about desired call flow, current phone system configuration, ACD call routing, remote workers, voic - to- settings, call groups, call queues, etc. Guide the customer by making suggestions based on your experience and knowledge regarding the features available for a FreedomIQ system. How many users and simultaneous calls does the customer anticipate at installation? You will need to inquire about the number of subscriber lines (users) and trunk lines (simultaneous calls) the customer will need. You will also need to assess whether the customer wishes to use Overflow Protection to allow calls in the event all trunks are in use. Is the customer s existing bandwidth adequate for the number of devices they require? You will be performing a VoIP Speed Test provided by FreedomVoice and recording the results. This test will help you measure the customer s readiness for VoIP using their existing data connection and determine whether there is a need for additional bandwidth. How is the customer s network configured currently? You should do an assessment of the customer s wiring, network settings, and network devices such as routers and firewalls to understand the customer s basic network topology and how FreedomIQ can best be integrated. * Can the customer s existing phone numbers be ported to FreedomVoice? Check with the customer as to which, if any, existing phone numbers need to be transferred to FreedomVoice. Contact FreedomVoice with these numbers to confirm that we are able to port and provide service for these numbers. 5

8 Is the Customer s Existing Bandwidth Adequate? After interviewing the customer to get the base requirements you will need to perform an assessment of your customer s bandwidth and network infrastructure using our speed test. This is most commonly done in person at their location, so that you can become familiar with the capabilities of their existing Internet connection and network hardware. There are a large number of WAN / access technologies available to customer networks, including DS- 3, T1 or Bonded T1, Business Cable, DSL, and Ethernet. It is important for you to know what type of connection your customer has, what bandwidth that connection is allotted, if the connection is shared between voice and data, and how that connectivity relates to the expected bandwidth usage of your customer s FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system. Running a VoIP Speed Test Your first concern should be evaluating the capabilities of your customer s data connection. If your customer s ISP is not providing low jitter/latency/packet loss, or your customer simply does not have the bandwidth to support VoIP connectivity, this will negatively affect voice calls and result in an unhappy customer. FreedomVoice has a VoIP test available online which will analyze your customer s WAN quality and provide a snapshot of your customer's connectivity level. You can find this test here: speed- test.shtml To run the test, follow the link above and click on Start Test in the middle of the application. This VoIP Speed Test will evaluate the general ability of your customer s existing connection to handle VoIP call traffic by measuring bandwidth, jitter, delay, packet loss, and round trip time. If the result of this test shows that your customer s existing Internet connection is not sufficient to support the necessary VoIP connectivity, they may need to upgrade or replace this connection. Note: The information contained in this speed test is only intended to evaluate your customer s baseline connectivity. Other factors, such as firewall settings, router configuration, and Quality of Service (QoS) still need to be configured (see section titled: Customer LAN) to ensure reliable VoIP call quality. 6

9 Understanding the Results of the Speed Test The Speed tab tells you the upload and download speed (capacity) of the circuit. This page also displays the test number which you should keep for reference. Connection speed, while important, is just one factor in determining the quality and capacity of the customer s existing connection. Next, you ll want to verify that the ports necessary for FreedomIQ service are open. This information can be found on the tab with the flame image above the Speed tab. The FreedomIQ service communicates through these ports for audio and signaling, so you ll need a positive result on each of these tests. 7

10 Understanding Circuit Capacity The Capacity tab contains information regarding the upload and download capacity test, which makes it easy to see and compare how many simultaneous calls can be supported. VoIP calls are bi- directional, so the smaller number will limit the overall number of calls the customer s connection can support. If using a shared voice and data connection, standard data usage such as Internet browsing reduces capacity and is important to take into consideration. Interpreting the Summary Tab The Summary tab has many more details on the results of this test, including a recap on the upload and download speed, and important metrics like jitter, RTT and packet loss. 8

11 The Quality of Service percentage on this summary refers to the upload speed versus the download speed. This is a good indicator of stream rate. Jitter is a critical measurement of call quality, with anything more than approximately 30 ms creating unacceptable distortion or other issues. It is critical that Round Trip Time (RTT) is less than 250ms or users will have difficulty holding a conversation, often experiencing echo or attempting to talk over one another. Packet loss is another critical measurement of quality, with losses of less than 1% being generally acceptable. For both of these metrics, the lower the number is the better. Reviewing Advanced Statistics The Advanced tab provides a few other measurements sometimes needed when analyzing a connection. Round Trip Times (latency) are in the top section, while directional jitter and packet loss are found at the bottom. 9

12 Codecs, Maximum Bandwidth Utilization, and Oversubscription The next step is to compare your customer s available bandwidth to the amount of bandwidth they require for FreedomIQ service. Keep in mind that available bandwidth means maximum capacity minus what is typically in use for other activities, such as Internet browsing on a shared voice and data network. For sending voice calls over the Internet, FreedomIQ uses the G.711u codec. This codec uses 88Kbps per call in both directions. While there are codec s available that use compression to reduce bandwidth requirements, they do so to the detriment of call quality. FreedomIQ uses G.711u by default to preserve professional- sounding calls. G.729 can be enabled upon request for customers that cannot subscribe to more bandwidth and don t mind a lesser sound quality. G.729 uses about 32Kbps per call in both directions. The operating assumption for measuring bandwidth requirements is that not everyone will be on the phone at the same time. Therefore, the actual bandwidth required at any given time is typically far less than 88Kbps times the number of trunk lines (simultaneous calls) on the service. The act of provisioning phones with less than the absolute maximum required bandwidth available is called oversubscription. The amount of oversubscription that is advisable will vary from customer to customer based on their call traffic patterns and network topology. Keep in mind that simultaneous phone calls that exceed available bandwidth will experience call quality issues. It may be necessary to increase the customer s available bandwidth in order to reliably accommodate the number of phones they wish to use with their FreedomIQ system. Also remember that the 88Kbps is for a single audio stream, such as outbound audio. The inbound audio stream also needs to be taken into account. This always makes the bandwidth usage 88Kbps in both directions. Here are a few more details about the G.711u codec: Expected MOS score: Sampling frequency: VoIP payload size: Packets per second: khz 160 bytes (1280 bits) 50 10

13 64 Kbps bitrate: 1280 bits x 50 packets per second = bits per second (Ethernet overhead adds ~24000 bits, for total of 88Kbps per call) Stage 2: The Pre- Installation Stage In Stage 1, we collected the basic customer information and assessed their network. Now you will need to lay the on- site foundation for the installation process by making sure the customer s network and all network devices are properly configured. Understanding Your Customer s Network Topology It is important in a FreedomIQ installation to know your customer s network topology. Though networks can vary greatly, below we ve listed two of the more common network configurations that you might come across. For your reference, topology icon explanations can be found below: Shared VoIP/Data Network: This Standard Customer Network connects your customer to their ISP for both data and voice via a switch and two routers (one router on either side of the firewall). It is also common to see some of these hardware components combined into a single device. Advantages: Data and voice on the same network can decrease hardware costs. 11

14 Drawbacks: Quality of Service (QoS) configuration is required on all devices to ensure that time- sensitive voice traffic (VoIP) is prioritized above all other traffic. This network will require the use of QoS and possibly Traffic Shaping on the router. Separate Network for Data and VoIP: Advantages: Having voice and data on separate networks better protects the delivery of time- sensitive voice traffic, usually eliminating the need for QoS configuration. Drawbacks: Maintaining two networks increases hardware, cabling, and ISP costs. Configuring Your Customer s Firewall Many customers will use a firewall/nat device to connect their FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system to their ISP. You should become familiar with what model/type of firewall is in use, as well as its features, capabilities, and compatibility with FreedomIQ. Some firewall features, such as SIP inspection and SIP proxy will need to be disabled to prevent potential issues. One of the largest enemies of hosted VoIP is a router/firewall with any kind of SIP inspection. Common names for this or similar features are: Application Layer Gateway (ALG), Application Proxy, SIP Fixup, SIP Inspect and SIP ALG. These options almost always need to be disabled. Another feature to check for is Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) that keeps track of the state of network connections (such as TCP streams, UDP communication) travelling across it. The firewall is programmed to distinguish legitimate packets for different types of connections. Only packets matching a known connection state will be allowed by the firewall; others will be rejected. Properly implemented SPI and DPI will typically work for hosted VoIP but we have seen them mistakenly reject perfectly good VoIP packets so this is something to look out for. 12

15 You will also need to configure your customer s firewall to permit the following traffic: Protocol Source Port UDP Any These settings will already be configured on AdTran routers purchased from FreedomVoice. Checking for Router Compatibility We strongly recommend the use of the AdTran Netvanta 3120 or The 3120 model accepts an Ethernet connection, while the 3130 is designed for an ADSL, ADSL2, and ADSL2+ phone line. In our experience, these are the best- performing, low cost compatible routers for use with a FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system. The next section, Recommended Router: The AdTran Netvanta 3120 / 3130, covers in detail the configuration of these products. If your customer does provide their own router, it will need special configuration to work properly with FreedomIQ. Routers typically control functions like DHCP, QoS marking and prioritization, and access control. If you are unable to configure these settings, or disable key features known to cause issues with VoIP calling, the device will need to be replaced. Specific QoS configuration for every device available is beyond the scope of this document, but we do routinely perform compatibility tests on various devices. Our latest findings can be found here. If the device your customer is providing is not found on this list, remember that the general goal is to configure your customer s router such that it will prioritize VoIP signaling and audio traffic (SIP & RTP), while disabling problematic features. Quality of Service (QoS) Classification & Queuing QoS is the term given to the various methods used to allocate finite network resources between competing flows, e.g. voice and data. If your customer is running voice and data over the same network, configuring QoS is absolutely necessary to ensure that they experience the best call quality by prioritizing the time- sensitive voice traffic. 13

16 QoS happens in two main phases: classification, wherein packets are marked to be treated differently, and queuing, which arranges packets to be transmitted in a particular order. How Classification Works When an ingress packet arrives on a router interface, a QoS- enabled router has an opportunity to classify, or mark, a packet. It is also possible that a packet arriving on an interface is already marked by something upstream. In that case, the router can accept/trust the marking, clear it, or re- mark it based on the policy configured on the router. To mark a packet, a router needs to make a decision on what to mark. This is determined by configuring a policy that identifies traffic based on a field within the packet. Common fields that are used to identify traffic to be marked are source and/or destination IP, destination protocol/port, ingress interface and through application recognition. The recommended method for identifying traffic for FreedomIQ to be marked is via IP source, destination, and protocol/port. This is typically identified via an Access- List (ACL). Here are examples of ACLs to identify traffic both inbound and outbound: ip access- list extended IQ_Traffic_Out permit udp any any range !! ip access- list extended IQ_Traffic_In permit udp any any range The above ACLs are in a standard Cisco format. Different products and vendors may have similar methods for creating a list but the overall concept remains the same. The implementation per device may vary so consult the product documentation for details. 14

17 Different products and vendors may have similar methods for creating a list but the overall concept remains the same. The implementation per device may vary so consult the product documentation for details. Now that traffic to be marked has been identified, the next step is to apply the marking. There are several types of marking mechanisms. One of the most popular methods is IP precedence, which is the suggested method of marking traffic for FreedomIQ. VoIP phones that come with FreedomIQ service are configured as default to send packets marked with an IP precedence value of 5. Typically this is enough to mark traffic on the outbound audio stream from the phone to the switch and subsequently to the router. However, as mentioned above, intermediary devices can potentially remove (not trust) the existing IP precedence level. Since this can happen, the FreedomIQ standard configuration is set to mark packets incoming from the LAN, regardless of their precedence level, as well as marking traffic incoming from the WAN. Types of Queuing After traffic has been marked, the router needs to know how to treat the marked traffic differently than standard traffic. By default, most routers work using a method of queuing called First- In First- Out (FIFO). This method gives no preferential treatment to any type of packet, instead pushing out packets in the order they arrive at the router. If your customer s voice and data traffic are competing over network resources, a FIFO queuing method can cause issues for VoIP because it does not give special priority to voice packets. Multiple alternative queuing strategies exist: Priority Queuing (PQ), Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), Class- Based WFQ (CBWFQ), and Low Latency Queuing (LLQ). Still more advanced queuing strategies are available on some platforms, but these are the most commonly available. We will detail a few of these methods and why we do NOT recommend using them. Since the CPE vendor varies between deployments, some queuing strategies may not be available on different platforms. What is important is that the device must be capable of giving preferential treatment to VoIP packets over data traffic. 15

18 Priority Queuing (PQ) PQ works on the strict basis of always serving higher PQs before serving lower PQs. As you can see in the diagram below, PQ could be great for VoIP but potentially very bad for other traffic. Non- VoIP packets run the risk of being starved for bandwidth while waiting for the prioritized traffic to be sent. For this reason, Priority Queuing is not advised for use with FreedomIQ. Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) WFQ is a flow- based queuing method that identifies traffic via source IP or destination IP, protocol, and port number characteristics, and then assigns each flow a queue. Since there can be many flows, many queues will be created. In general, WFQ will assign an equal amount of bandwidth to each flow. Since this is weighted fair queuing, it is capable of assigning a higher level of service to flows with higher IP precedence. While this is good, in theory, WFQ typically is not advised for FreedomIQ as WFQ often works poorly for voice traffic. Since WFQ is flow- based (instead of configuring classes), it is possible with a high number of flows for too much bandwidth to be allocated to other flows, leaving the voice flow starved for bandwidth. Class- Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ) with Low Latency Queuing (LLQ) CBWFQ is similar to WFQ above, except that it does not classify based on flows. It uses an ACL match recommended for FreedomIQ and also allows for a direct bandwidth allocation. Low Latency Queuing (LLQ) combines with CBWFQ to create a priority queue for one of the classes defined by CBWFQ. This ensures that voice packets receive guaranteed access to the bandwidth needed, while preventing resource starvation on non- essential data traffic. 16

19 CBWFQ with LLQ is the preferred method of QoS to be used with FreedomIQ and should be configured if available. However, not all platforms support this advanced method of QoS. If not, select the next best queuing method that will prioritize voice packets or consider replacing the device with one that supports CBWFQ with LLQ such as an Adtran Netvanta series router. Recommended Router: The AdTran Netvanta 3120 / 3130 As previously mentioned, the best performing router for FreedomIQ service is the AdTran Netvanta 3120 / These are Fixed- Port Access Routers that are ideal for business- grade Internet access and VoIP phone service. The 3120 model is designed for broadband access, such as DSL or cable, while the 3130 works with ADSL, ADSL2, or ADSL2+. AdTran routers provide our recommended method of QoS Class Based Weighted Fair Queuing with Low Latency Queuing (CBWFQ with LLC). Note that traffic shaping is not preconfigured by default on these routers and those customers who have had bandwidth consumption issues and implemented traffic shaping have experienced significant network improvements. This should always be required in a shared LAN environment. Product Information: AdTran 3120 The AdTran 3120 series is a Fixed- port Access Router that is ideal for enterprise- level Internet access and/or IP Telephony using broadband access such as DSL or cable. The 3120 includes one Ethernet WAN port, an integrated four- port Ethernet Switch, a built- in firewall for network security, QoS to priority delay sensitive traffic like VoIP, and a host of other features such as DHCP, Network Address Translation (NAT), and IPSec VPN. Fixed- port Access Router for broadband access such as DSL or cable 17

20 Ethernet WAN Interface and Integral four- port, non- blocking, Ethernet switch Stateful inspection firewall for network security Quality of Service (QoS) for delay- sensitive traffic like Voice over IP (VoIP) Inherent URL filtering for easy content filtering IPSec Virtual Private Network (VPN) for secure corporate connectivity across the Internet Product Information: AdTran 3130 The AdTran 3130 series is a Fixed- port Access Router that is ideal for enterprise- level Internet access and/or IP Telephony ADSL, ADSL2, or ADSL2+ broadband access. The 3130 includes one ADSL WAN port, integrated four port switch, built in firewall, QoS, DHCP, NAT, and IPSec VPN. Fixed- port Access Router for ADSL, ADSL2, or ADSL2+ ADSL WAN Interface and Integral four- port, non- blocking, Ethernet switch Stateful inspection firewall for network security Quality of Service (QoS) for delay- sensitive traffic like Voice over IP (VoIP) Inherent URL filtering for easy content filtering IPSec Virtual Private Network (VPN) for secure corporate connectivity across the Internet Changing the Default Username/Password Before doing anything else, it is important that you change the default username and password for these devices to something secure. This new login information ensures that no one within the LAN can make unauthorized changes, but can also be used as the default remote login information for remote access to the router in the event changes need to be made remotely. The router s default login information is: Default Gateway: (go here in a web browser to log in to the GUI) Default Username: admin Default Password: password To change the password, follow these steps: 1. From the System section in the left column, select Passwords. 2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select the Enable tab. 3. Check Use password and enter your new password twice. 4. Click the Apply button toward the bottom of the page. 5. Click the Save button at the top of the page. 18

21 Configuring Internet Access Internet access on an AdTran 3120/3130 is easy to set up via the device s GUI. In 99% of cases, the customer s ISP will either have the customer set the router to DHCP mode or they will provide an IP address, gateway address, subnet mask, and DNS server settings. You will need this information to continue. To configure Internet access, follow these steps: 1. From the System section in the left column, select Public Interface. 2. Go to IP Settings halfway down the page. ISP settings will determine whether you need to choose Static or DHCP from the drop down. If the ISP has provided a specific IP, select Static. If you select DHCP, you may skip the rest of this step. 3. Enter the IP address, subnet mark, and default gateway in the related fields. 4. Click the Apply button toward the bottom of the page. 5. Click the Save button at the top of the page. 6. From the System section in the left column, select Hostname/DNS. 7. Enter the primary and secondary DNS addresses provided by ISP. 8. Click the Apply button toward the bottom of the page. 9. Click the Save button at the top of the page. 10. Cycle power on the router and give the device 3-5 minutes to boot. 11. Cycle power on any connected devices such as computers, phones etc. Note: On AdTran 3130 routers, the default gateway option is listed under Data Router/Bridge Default Gateway. 19

22 System Public Interface 20

23 System Hostname / DNS Disabling the SIP Application Layer Gateway Both the AdTran 3120 and 3130 need to have the SIP ALG feature disabled to function properly with the FreedomIQ service. If the router has been purchased from FreedomVoice, the SIP ALG setting will already be disabled by default and you can skip this step. To access the SIP ALG option follow these steps: 1. In the left column select Firewall. 2. In the left column under firewall select Firewall / ACLs. 3. On the main screen click on the ALG Settings tab. 4. On the main screen uncheck the SIP ALG option. 5. On the main screen click the Apply button. 6. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 21

24 Data Firewall / ACLs ALG Settings Configuring SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) SNTP allows logs and voice quality monitoring to reflect the proper time in the event that call traffic need to be reviewed. If the router has been purchased from FreedomVoice, the SNTP server will already be set up for Pacific Time, and you will need to change if this is not accurate. 1. In the left column select System. 2. In the left column under system select System Summary. 3. On the main screen click on the Time Server link. 4. On the main screen at the time server drop down, select SNTP. 5. On the field SNTP Server Hostname type in the SNTP server (time.apple.com). 6. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 7. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 22

25 System System Summary System System Summary Time Server 23

26 Enabling Remote Access The AdTran 3120/3130 allows you to configure remote access to the GUI or command line interface. Follow these steps to configure remote access: 1. In the left column select Data. 2. In the left column under Firewall, select Security Zones. 3. In the edit security zones section, click on Public. 4. In the main screen click Add Policy to Zone Public. 5. In the main screen under Policy Type: select Admin access from the drop down. 6. You can set the description to something like Remote Access. The only other thing you ll need to do is check HTTPS and if you want remote command line access check SSH. 7. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 8. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Data Firewall Security Zones 24

27 Data Firewall Security Zones Public Data Firewall Security Zones Public Add Policy to Zone Public 25

28 Data Firewall Security Zones Public Add Policy to Zone Public Admin Access 26

29 Configuring QoS The AdTran 3120/3130 comes preconfigured for QoS when ordered directly from FreedomVoice. If the router is reset or the router has been purchased from a different source, you can follow these instructions to set up QoS. There are two ways to edit router settings: through the GUI (Graphical User Interface) or CLI (Command Line Interface). Configuring QoS with the GUI, Step 1: Create Access Control Lists Data Firewall / ACLs Configure ACLs Start by creating the UDP 5060 Signaling ACL: 1. From Data in the left column, select Firewall / ACLs. 2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Configure ACLs. 3. Enter an ACL name ( Signal_ACL ), select Extended and then click Add New ACL. 4. Click on the new ACL name and click Add New Traffic Selector. 5. Set the Filter Type to Permit. 6. Select UDP from the Protocol drop down. 7. Under Destination Data/Destination ports check Specified. 8. Select Equal To from the drop down. 9. In the next box, enter At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 11. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 27

30 Next, add TCP 5061 to the existing Signaling ACL: 1. Click on the Signaling ACL you created in the previous step. 2. Click Add New Traffic Selector. 3. Set the Filter Type to Permit. 4. Select TCP from the Protocol drop down. 5. Under Destination Data/Destination ports check Specified. 6. Select Equal To from the drop down. 7. In the next box, enter At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 9. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Next, create an audio ACL: 1. From Data in the left column, select Firewall / ACLs. 2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Configure ACLs. 3. Enter an ACL name ( Audio_ACL ), select Extended and then click Add New ACL. 4. Click on the new ACL name and click Add New Traffic Selector. 5. Set the Filter Type to Permit. 6. Select UDP from the Protocol drop down. 7. Make sure all radio buttons are set to Any. 8. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 9. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 28

31 Data Firewall/ACLs Configure ACLs Add New ACL (ACL) Add New Traffic Selector 29

32 Configuring QoS with the GUI, Step 2: Create QoS Maps Three QoS maps must be added to use with the ACL s that were just created in Step one. First, create a Traffic Marking QoS Map: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps. 2. Under Add New QoS Map, in the Map Name field type a description ( Signal_Mark ). 3. In the Sequence Number field enter a high priority number such as 10. The available range is and click Add. (lower numbers = higher priority) 4. You ll be taken to the configuration page for your new QoS map. 5. Check Match All 6. Select the Packet Matching tab. Check List and select the signal ACL you created in the previous step. 7. Select the Packet Marking tab and check DCSP alias, then choose CS3 (011000). 8. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 9. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Data QoS Maps 30

33 Data QoS Maps Packet Matching Data QoS Maps Packet Marking 31

34 Now create a Signal Traffic Matching QoS Map: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps. 2. Under Add New QoS Map, in the Map Name field, use the same map name as in the previous step ( Traffic_Match ). 3. In the Sequence Number field enter a high priority number such as 20. The available range is and click Add. (lower numbers = higher priority) 4. You ll be taken to the configuration page for your new QoS map. 5. Check Match All. 6. Select the Packet Matching tab. Check List and select the Signal ACL created earlier. 7. Check DSCP, click Add a new DSCP line and select CS3 from the drop down. 8. Select the Queuing tab and select the radio button Unlimited Priority Bandwidth. 9. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 10. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Next, create an Audio Traffic Matching QoS Map: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps. 2. Under Add New QoS Map, in the Map Name field, use the same map name as in the previous step ( Traffic_Match ). 3. In the Sequence Number field enter a high priority number such as 20. (Because the map name is the same as the previous map, the sequence number must be different.) 4. You ll be taken to the configuration page for your new QoS map. 5. Check Match All. 6. Select the Packet Matching tab. Check List and select the Audio ACL created earlier. 7. Check DSCP and click Add a new DSCP Line. 8. Select EF from the first dropdown. 9. Select the Queuing tab and select the radio button Unlimited Priority Bandwidth. 10. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 11. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 32

35 Data QoS Maps Queuing Configuring QoS with the GUI, Step 3: Apply QoS Finally, attach the QoS policies to the Vlan 1 and Eth0/1 interfaces: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps. 2. Under QoS- policy assignment and statistics, locate vlan For vlan 1 Inbound QoS- Policy, select your Signal_Mark QoS policy. 4. For vlan 1 Outbound QoS- Policy, select your Traffic_Match QoS policy. 5. For eth 0/1 Outbound QoS- Policy, select your Traffic_Match QoS policy. 6. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 7. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 33

36 Configuring Traffic Shaping Traffic shaping is highly recommended to limit download rates so higher priority traffic always has enough bandwidth. By setting up another Firewall/ACL rule, we can effectively limit the bandwidth of all non- phone devices. This is useful when you have employees using bandwidth- intensive applications, performing downloads, or streaming video. Begin by creating an ACL for ports : 1. From Data in the left column, select Firewall / ACLs. 2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Configure ACLs. 3. Enter an ACL name ( Traffic_Shape ), select Extended and then click Add New ACL. 4. Click on the new name ( Traffic_Shape ) and click Add New Traffic Selector. 5. In the Protocol dropdown select TCP. 6. Under Destination Data, Destination Ports check Specified, select Range from the drop down and enter 1 to At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 8. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Create another ACL for ports : 9. From Data in the left column, select Firewall / ACLs. 10. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Configure ACLs. 11. Click on the previous created ACL ( Traffic_Shape ), then click Add New Traffic Selector. 12. In the Protocol dropdown select TCP. 13. Under Destination Data, Destination Ports check Specified, select Range from the drop down and enter 5062 to At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 15. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 34

37 Create a corresponding QoS Map: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps. 2. Under Add New QoS Map, in the Map Name field type a description ( Shaping_Map ). 3. In the Sequence Number field enter a high priority number such as 10. The available range is and click Add. (lower numbers = higher priority) 4. You ll be taken to the configuration page for your new QoS map. 5. Select the Packet Matching tab. Check List and select the ACL you created in the previous step ( Traffic_Shape ). 6. Select the Queuing tab and select Traffic Class Queuing. 7. Check Shaping/Average and enter a bandwidth value. (This will limit all types of TCP/Web traffic to a maximum of the value set). 8. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 9. At the top of the screen click the Save button. Attach the QoS policy to Vlan1: 1. From Data in the left column, select QoS Maps and scroll down to Vlan1. 2. Under Outbound QoS- Policy, select the QoS map you just set up. 3. At the bottom of the screen click the Apply button. 4. At the top of the screen click the Save button. 35

38 Data QoS Maps Data QoS Maps Packet Matching 36

39 Data QoS Maps Queuing Configuring Netflow Data Export The AdTran 3120/3130 comes with the ability export valuable data to an external program that gives FreedomVoice a technical visualization on a variety of network specs. This can help us to better troubleshoot any network issues. Enabling this export can be done via the GUI: 16. From Monitoring in the left column, select IP Flow / Top Traffic. 17. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Configure ACLs. 18. Select the Export tab. Fill out the Destination Address as and the UDP Port as Select the Interface tab and make sure Ingress and Egress are checked only for the interface to which the phones are connected (default is vlan 1). Note: Do not make any selections from the dropdown menus here. 20. Click Apply. 21. Select the Top- Traffic tab and check the Enable box. 22. Click Apply. 23. Click Save. 37

40 Stage 3: Installing the FreedomIQ System Logging In to WebLink WebLink serves as the online control panel for the customer s FreedomIQ service. Through this portal, you or your customer can make numerous changes to the service, check messages, update information, activate devices, and more. Get started by logging in: Log in to WebLink at by clicking Login at the top of page. Enter the customer s phone number in the phone number field and click Login. Enter the customer s login address and password and click Login. You will be taken to the FreedomIQ WebLink home page for this account. FreedomIQ WebLink Home Page Adding Users The first step is to create system users. This creates a login and grants system permissions. We can then assign system resources to the users such as extensions and phones. 38

41 Users generally represent individual employees of a company. With FreedomIQ, each user is assigned an extension number that includes a voic box. Creating a user requires assigning an extension, user type (permission level), address, and time zone. To add users, follow these steps: From the home page in WebLink, click User List". At the top of the User List page, click Add New User. Use the fields provided to enter the user s display name, extension, and e- mail address. Click Save to add the User. You may change user information at any time with the Edit button. All of this user information can found in the Customer Workbook, Section 8 Extension Configuration. Repeat this procedure to add all of the users for this system. FreedomIQ WebLink User List Activating Phones Now that the users have been added, you can activate and assign phones. To activate a phone, follow these steps: From the home page in WebLink, click Activate a Phone". You will first be prompted to provide the phone s MAC address. 39

42 FreedomIQ WebLink MAC Address Verification To locate the MAC address, turn the phone over. The MAC address is a unique device identifier and should be found on the rear of the device near the LAN port. The MAC address is 12 characters long and contains letters and numbers. Enter the MAC address into the associated field to continue. Use the dropdown menus to select the Make and Model of the device. When finished, click Next. Note: We only recommend and fully support phone product lines currently available through FreedomVoice (whether purchased through us or not). These include, most notably, Polycom SoundPoint IP phones. If a customer is providing their own hardware, please work with FreedomVoice to confirm compatibility prior to installation. Next, you ll confirm the model and assign a DID. DID information can found in the Customer Workbook in Section 8 Extension configuration worksheet. If the DIDs are already available on the customer s account, use the Choose an existing available number option and select one of these numbers. Otherwise, select the second option and provide a mock phone number in the NPA- NXX desired. We will do our best to obtain a phone number in the local area to the number provided. 40

43 When finished, click Next. FreedomIQ WebLink Phone Number Assignment The next step is to assign a user and extension to this phone. This assumes that the system users that correspond with each extension were already set up in the previous step. Use the fields provided to assign the properties this phone will inherit: Time Zone Extension Display Name FreedomIQ WebLink Extension Assignment 41

44 Finally, you must register the location of the phone you are activating for the purposes of E911. This must be the physical address of the phone. Please double- check this step with your customer to make sure they are protected in the event of an emergency. We cannot stress enough how important the E911 customer information is. Be sure that the customer has agreed to the E911 terms and conditions. It is possible in some cases that the behavior of E911 through our system may differ to that of a standard Telco E911 service. The customer is responsible for keeping the subscriber information accurate, and you should verify that the subscriber address is in the database. Current E911 location information is also available from the phone. (On the Polycom IP- 550 press the Applications button and select E911 Location Check. On the 335 model press Menu > Application (scroll down) > Apps Continue and verify the address.) An E911 sticker should have been shipped with each phone that was purchased. After entering the correct information for the phone location, the E911 sticker needs to be applied to the phone. If you need a replacement sticker please contact FreedomVoice to have one shipped immediately. 42

45 Use the fields provided to give the device: Residence Name Street Number Street Name Apt/Suite City State Zip Code FreedomIQ WebLink E911 Information After activating a phone you will receive a confirmation of successful activation. The user will receive an with their temporary password and a link to login to their account. 43

46 Recording the Auto Attendant Greeting The Auto Attendant Greeting is the first recording callers hear when they dial the FreedomIQ system. This greeting should direct callers how to navigate the system and reach the extension for which they are calling. To configure the auto attendant greeting, follow these steps: Log in to WebLink. Click on the Settings tab. Select System Settings System Recordings. Select Auto Attendant from the drop- down. You will see several options listed for changing this recording. We recommend Load from Audio File or Have System Call Me to Record. FreedomIQ WebLink Auto Attendant Greeting 44

47 To load from an audio file: Click Load from Audio File from the list of options. Browse for the audio file you wish to load. (.wav or.mp3 format only) Once you have selected the audio file, the system will automatically replace any existing Auto Attendant Greeting. Once the upload has finished, the recording will load in the playback section of the screen. To have the system call you to record: Click Have System Call Me to Record from the list of options. Enter your phone number in the box that appears. A confirmation box will appear, and you will receive a call shortly. This call does not need to be to your FreedomIQ phone. When you answer the call, the system will give you options for reviewing and recording the Auto Attendant Greeting. Press 2 to make a new recording. When finished recording, press any key to stop the recording. Make sure to press 3 to save the recording before hanging up. When you are finished with the call, click ok in the box in WebLink. You may need to refresh the page to update the playback section in the center of the screen. Scripting the Auto Attendant Scripting choices for the Auto Attendant are very important, and require, in part, knowledge of the core call tree architecture of a FreedomIQ system. FreedomIQ comes pre- configured with 15 extensions, though more can be added simply by creating additional users. These extensions are numbered and , unless the customer has requested differently. We suggest using two- digit extensions for departments, such as Sales, Support, etc., as under default configuration extensions can be accessed with a single keypress (0 5, respectively) from the Auto Attendant. For example, Press 1 for Sales, would take a caller to extension 81. Professional Voice Talents If you or your customer is interested in having one of our professional voice talents create an auto attendant recording. For scripting advice, or to submit a completed script for a quote, please contact 45

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