Use this window to create ENUM Domain Name objects that contain configuration for the domain. The configuration contains general settings and one or more sets of Forwarders Data. For more information on ENUM, refer to ENUM Support.
To View ENUM Domain Names
On the SBC main screen, go to All > Global > Servers > Enum Domain Name. The ENUM Domain Name window opens.
To Create an ENUM Domain Name Object
To create an ENUM Domain Name, click New Enum Domain Name. The Create New Enum Domain Name window is displayed.
Use the following table to configure the general settings and the initial set of Forwarders Data. You can create additional sets of Forwarders Data. Refer to Enum Domain Name - Forwarders Data.
|Name of the ENUM domain containing the forwarder IP entries for load balancing.|
|Zone Type||The zone type for this ENUM domain (Currently, individual is the only zone type available, and it indicates the SBC supports load balancing across individual zones).|
This specifies the load distribution strategy. Refer to ENUM Support for more details.
The following options are available:
|Query Retry Timer||The time, in milliseconds, that the SLWRESD process waits before trying the next IP in the Forwarders Data list (range: 0-10000 | default = 4000).|
Specifies the priority (order) of ENUM service execution. If this parameter is not set or set to the default of '129', default priorities are assigned for LNP (130), CNAM (131) and SIP AoR (132). If a different order of service execution is desired, set the priorities accordingly.
For example, setting CNAM priority to 133 executes SIP AoR before CNAM.
|Forwarder IP||ENUM server IPv4 or IPv6 address of this Forwarder IP entry.|
|Forwarder Description||Textual description for the forwarder IP address.|
|Percentage Distribution||This option is only available when Load Distribution is set to Proportion. Based on this value, the percentage of load distribution for each IP address in Zone ID is calculated.|
To Edit an ENUM Domain Name
To edit an ENUM Domain Name in the list, click the radio button next to the row for the specific ENUM Domain name. The Edit Selected Enum Domain Name window opens with only the general attributes for the object available. You must edit its Forwarders Data on the Forwarders Data window. Refer to Enum Domain Name - Forwarders Data.
To Copy an ENUM Domain Name
- To copy an ENUM Domain Name, click the radio button next to the ENUM Domain Name row.
- Click Copy Enum Domain Name. The Copy Selected ENUM Domain Name window opens.
- Make any required changes and click Save.
To Delete an ENUM Domain Name
- To delete an ENUM Domain Name, click the radio button next to the ENUM Domain Name thatyou want to delete.
- Click the X at the end of the row.
- Confirm the deletion when prompted.