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SIP Peer signifies the static SIP interworking element and it is an significant building block for SBC Core service provisioning.

During the carrier peering deployment, each SIP peer is identified by the IP addresses of the peering VoIP network elements. There are only limited numbers of the peering VoIP network elements involved. It is also possible that a single Session Border Controller (SBC) owned by the peering carrier and the SBC counter-part acts as the single point of peering for the deployment.

Using the SBC Core EMA, you can create the SIP Peer and modify the services for existing customers.

Asterisk * indicates the fields are mandatory.

Prerequisite

You can use the default Address Context or create a new Address Context in the Navigator. 

Prerequisites for the workflow SIP peering are:

  • Address context
  • IP Interface group
  • IP Interface

Workflow

This section provides a high-level understanding of SIP Peer Provisioning.

Figure : SIP Peering - Workflow

 

SIP Peering Provisioning Flow

The following figure shows the provisioning flow of the SIP Peering.

Step 1: Set up the Zone

Figure : SIP Peering 1

 

Perform the following tasks to set up the Zone:

  1. Select SIP Peering > Zone
  2. In the Address Context drop-down list, select the address context.
  3. Select the Zone from the drop-down list. .
  4. Click Next .
  5. To create a new Zone, click Create New Zonenext to the Zone drop-down box, and enter the following details:
    • Zone Name
    • DNS Group
    • Zone Id
  6. Click Save.

For more information on creating Zone, refer to System Provisioning - Zone.

 

Step 2: Add a SIP Signaling Port (Optional)

Figure : SIP Peering 2

Perform the following tasks to add a SIP Signaling Port.

  1. Enter the SIP Signaling Port details.
  2. Click Next .
 You can skip this step if not required.

Step 3: Add a SIP Trunk Group

Figure : SIP Peering 3

Perform the following procedure to add the SIP Trunk Group.

  1. Enter the SIP Trunk Group Name.
  2. Enter the details of the following:
    1. Policy
    2. Packet Outage
    3. Call Reservation
    4. CAC
    5. Services
    6. Media
    7. Call Routing
    8. Ingress IP Prefix
  3. Click Next .
    The following dialog box appears.

    Figure : SIP Peering 4

     
  4. Click Yes to add more Ip Peers or click No to continue.

Step 4: Add an IP Peer (Optional)

Figure : SIP Peering 5

Perform the following procedure to add a IP Peer. It is optional.

  1. Expand IP Peer.
  2. Enter the IP Peer details.

    You can skip this step if not required.
  3. Click Next  to proceed.
    The following window appears:

    Figure : SIP Peering 6

  4. Click Yes to add more Ip Peers or click No to continue.

Step 5: Finish and Save

Figure : SIP Peering 7

Click Finish and Save. The result of this action is displayed.

Figure : Workflow - Result

 

Click OK to exit.

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