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Below is an overview of all the gateway's configurable VoIP interfaces:

  • Interface: The name of the interface. Clicking this name opens a popup page, on which all settings can be made. The settings are described in more detail in the following chapter "Administration/Gateway/VOIP/Interface (VoIP interfaces)".
  • CGPN In, CDPN In, CGPN Out, CDPN Out: Precise details on CGPN In, CDPN In, CGPN Out and CDPN Out mappings are contained in the chapter entitled "Administration/Gateway/Interfaces/CGPN-CDPN Mappings" further up in the text.
  • Registration: If a terminal has successfully registered with a gateway, then this is indicated in this column through specification of the IP address <Name of the VoIP interface:Call number:IP address>.


[edit] Interface (VoIP Interfaces)

Clicking the relevant VoIP interface (GW1-12 <Name of the VoIP interface>) in the Interface column opens a popup page, on which the VoIP interfaces can be individually configured. Like the PBX objects, this popup page also contains standard entry fields that occur, more or less, in all VoIP interfaces.

These standard fields are:

  • Name: The descriptive name of the VoIP interface.
  • Disable: A checked check box disables the relevant VoIP interface.
  • Protocol: The protocol to be used, that is, H.323 or SIP. Depending on which protocol is used, the set-up of the entry fields changes.
  • Mode: Describes the mode of registration. Possible registration modes are:
  1. Gateway without Registration - Logs the VoIP interface (gateway) on to the configured gatekeeper without a registration.
  2. Register as Endpoint - Registers a VoIP terminal with the configured gatekeeper.
  3. Register as Gateway - Registers a VoIP gateway with the configured gatekeeper.
  4. Gatekeeper/Registrar - Is required for managing all gatekeeper registrations on a gateway.
  5. ENUM - Is used to register an ENUM connection with the relevant interface.
  • Gatekeeper Address (primary): The primary Gatekeeper IP address at which the terminal or gateway is to register via the relevant interface. Only necessary for modes 2 and 3.
  • Gatekeeper Address (secondary): The alternative gatekeeper IP address at which the terminal or gateway is to register via the relevant interface, if registration with the primary gatekeeper fails. Only necessary for modes 2 and 3 .
  • Mask: By specifying a network mask, incoming calls can be filtered. Specification of the network mask therefore allows incoming calls on the relevant interface for terminals from the IP address range - .
  • Gatekeeper Identifier: It is also sufficient to specify only the gatekeeper ID. Every gatekeeper in a network can be identified by means of its own gatekeeper ID, so that several gatekeepers can be operated in a network, with each terminal nevertheless identifying the correct gatekeeper by means of Gatekeeper Discovery (uses the multicast address

[edit] Authorization section

In the Authorization section, you can store a password for the VoIP interface.

  • Password / Retype: The security of the registration can be raised by specifying a password (Password). The password must be confirmed (Retype).

[edit] Alias List section

In the Alias List section, you specify the call name (H.323) and the call number (E.164) of the relevant registration. For VoIP end points, you should define the assigned direct dialling number or MSN as the E.164 address, and the name as the H.323 name. For VoIP gateways it is sufficient to define the name.

  • Name: The H.323 name.
  • Number: The E.164 call number.

[edit] Coder Preferences section

The standard entry fields in the Coder Preferences section were already described in chapter "Administration/Gateway/Interfaces/Interface (physical and virtual interfaces)".

[edit] H.323 Interop Tweaks section

In addition to the standard fields, several advanced settings are available in the H.323 Interop Tweaks section. They are normally not necessary and are merely used to solve compatibility problems with some PBXs:

  • No Faststart: The H.245 faststart procedure is enabled as standard. Outgoing calls are made with faststart, incoming calls with faststart are answered with faststart.
    A checked check box disables the H.245 faststart procedure. Outgoing calls are made without faststart, incoming calls with and without faststart are answered without faststart.
  • No H.245 Tunneling: The H.245 tunneling procedure is enabled as standard. The voice data connection is negotiated in the TCP signalling connection*) already available. This can be advantageous in connection with NAT and firewalls.

A checked check box disables the H.245 tunneling procedure, meaning that a separate TCP connection is set up for this negotiation. This applies to the signalling connection leading out of the gatekeeper.

  • Suppress HLC: A checked check box disables the transmission of HLC (High Layer Compatibility) information elements.
  • Suppress FTY: A checked check box disables the transmission of FTY (Facility) information elements.
  • Suppress Subaddress: A checked check box disables the transmission of Subaddress information elements.
*) From a technical viewpoint, the H.245 protocol does not establish its own TCP connection, 
but shares the H.225 TCP connection.

[edit] SIP Interop Tweaks section

Miscellaneous interoperability options for SIP.

  • From Header: Applies to outgoing calls. Controls the way the CGPN is transmitted to the SIP provider.
    • AOR: The From header contains the fixed registration URI (AOR). The actual calling party number and name will be transmitted inside the P-Preferred-Identity header (RFC 3325).
    • AOR with CGPN as display: The From header contains the fixed registration URI (AOR) with the calling party number as display string in front of the AOR.
    • CGPN in user part of URI: The From header contains an URI with the calling party number as user part (left from @).

[edit] CGPN/CDPN Mappings

A detailed description may be found in the chapter entitled "Administration/Gateway/Interface/CGPN-CDPN Mappings".

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