Howto:Bria Add-in for Microsoft Outlook® - Counterpath - SIP Testreport

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Summary

The Bria Add-in for Microsoft Outlook® supports all required innovaphone features and is therefore qualified as recommended product.

The integration of the innovaphone voicemail in the softclient is possible. The message waiting indication will work only when using v7 firmware, all other voicemail features are working with v6 firmware too.

In comparison to the Bria Professional version, the Outlook Add-in does not support video calls, presence or access to the corporate directory via LDAP . However you can access your Exchange Contact List using this Add-in.

Certification Status

The tests for this product have been completed.

Testing of this product has been finalized September 15th, 2008.

Version

Firmware Version:

Bria Add-in for Microsoft Outlook® version 1.1.0.87

innovaphone Firmware:

SR2 HF7

Test Setup

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Device Setup

Tested feature Result
Register Device w/o specific configuration (requires DHCP) No
DHCP is default Yes
DHCP yields timeserver and time displays correctly Yes
SNTP config has TZ string for timezone/dst autoconfig Yes
DHCP yields correct default gateway Yes
Device supports magic registration (e.g. provisioning) Yes(not tested)
Fixed registrations works Yes
Device registers w/o Extension (just by name) Yes
Device registers by extension Yes
Device registers with password Yes
Device registers multiple identities Yes
Device supports STUN protocol Yes
Device sends NAT - keepalive messages Yes
Device refreshes the PBX registration Yes
Device supports SIP over TCP Yes
Device supports SIPS (SIP over TLS) Yes
Device supports SRTP No
Device supports HTTPS N/A
Device supports VAD (Voice activity detection) Yes

Test Results

Basic Call

Tested feature Result
call using g711a Yes
call using g711u Yes
call using g729 No
Overlapped sending No
Early media channel Yes
Device shows called id number Yes
Device shows called id name Yes
Device shows called id display info Yes
Fax using T.38 N/A
CGPN can be supressed No
Reverse Media Negotiaton No
Device shows CDPN/CGPN on incoming call Yes
Device shows CDPN/CGPN on outgoing call Yes
Device shows connected number Yes
Device shows diverting number No
Device supports distinctive ringing No
Device supports asymetric codec negotiation Yes
Device supports codec renegotiation during a conversation Yes
Device shows correct display message in case of busy CDPN Yes
Device shows correct display message in case of not existing CDPN Yes
Device shows correct display message in case that the call is declined Yes
Call using video Yes (only with v7 PBX firmware)
call using wideband codecs Yes (only with v7 PBX firmware)
MWI from voicemail displayed correctly Yes(only with v7 PBX firmware)
Voice Quality OK? Yes

DTMF

Tested feature Result
DTMF tones sent correctly Yes
DTMF tones received correctly Yes

Hold/Retrieve

Tested feature Result
Device handles incoming hold (sendonly) correctly Yes
Device can put a call on hold using correctly(inactive or sendonly) Yes

Transfer with consultation

Tested feature Voice Ok? MoH Ok?
inno1 calls inno2. inno2 transfers to testphone. Yes Yes
inno1 calls inno2. inno1 transfers to testphone. Yes Yes
inno1 calls testphone. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
inno1 calls testphone. testphone transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
testphone calls inno1. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
testphone calls inno1. testphone transfers to inno2. Yes Yes

Transfer with consultation (alerting only)

Tested feature Voice Ok? MoH Ok?
inno1 calls inno2. inno2 transfers to testphone. Yes Yes
inno1 calls inno2. inno1 transfers to testphone. Yes Yes
inno1 calls testphone. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
inno1 calls testphone. testphone transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
testphone calls inno1. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes Yes
testphone calls inno1. testphone transfers to inno2. Yes Yes

Blind Transfer

Tested feature Voice Ok?
inno1 calls inno2. inno2 transfers to testphone. Yes
inno1 calls inno2. inno1 transfers to testphone. Yes
inno1 calls testphone. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes
inno1 calls testphone. testphone transfers to inno2. N/A
testphone calls inno1. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes
testphone calls inno1. testphone transfers to inno2. N/A

Blind Transfer (alerting only)

Tested feature Voice Ok?
inno1 calls inno2. inno2 transfers to testphone. Yes
inno1 calls testphone. testphone transfers to inno2. Yes
testphone calls inno1. inno1 transfers to inno2. Yes

Broadcast Group & Waiting Queue

Tested feature Result
testphone makes call to a Broadcast Group. inno1 picks up. Yes
inno1 makes call to a Broadcast Group. testphone picks up. Yes
testphone makes call to a Waiting Queue. inno1 picks up before announcement is played. Yes
testphone makes call to a Waiting Queue. inno1 picks up after announcement is played. Yes
inno1 makes call to a Waiting Queue. testphone picks up. Yes

Other Features

Directory

Tested feature Result
Device built-in directory
Exists Yes
Can be dialled from Yes
Does CLI resolution Yes

Hands free

Tested feature Result
Loudspeaker operation works fine Yes
Hands free works fine Yes
Volume adjustable during call Yes

Keys

Tested feature Result
Device has speed dial keys No
Device has programmable function keys No

Configuration

innovaphone configuration

Add a new PBX object of type "user":
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3rd party product configuration

Bria Account Configuration

On the Bria softphone go to "SIP Account Settings ...".
Open "Properties" of a new account and fill like this:
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You can use the Dialing plan to support international numbers, e.g. +x.T;match=1;prestrip=1;pre=000 will remove the `+´ from an international number and replace it with 000 (assuming this is your international trunk prefix from an internal line).

Bria Voicemail Configuration

To make Bria interrogate for current voicemail status, enable "Check for voice mail" and enter the voice mail number of the Bria user:
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Usually the voice mail number of a PBX user is constructed by appending the phone number of the PBX user to the voice mail prefix ("4" + "217").

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