Establish configuration to support a large group of residential VoIP subscribers.
- Residential customers reachable through physical port “Port 3”.
- IP addressing for residential customers does not overlap with any other customers or the core network.
- Set "CLI context" to Address Context "default"
- Create IP Interface Group "default.Subscriber_Access"
- Create and configure IP Interface "default.Subscriber Access.LIF3" in "Subscriber Access". Set "LIF3" name/IP address/netmask/VLAN tag.
- Associate IP Interface "LIF3" with Port "Port3"
- Create a Zone with name "Portland".
- Create a Sip Signaling Port "default.Portland.Subscriber Signaling Port" for this Zone. Set "Subscriber Signaling Port" IP address.
- UDP, port 5060 is set as default; TLS is disabled by default.
- All subscribers in this region/context will direct traffic to this Sip Signaling Port IP address.
- Create a SIP Trunk Group with name "Subscribers" within Zone "Portland".
- For routing calls from each subscriber to the outside world, re-use the Routing Label created in the previous deployment scenario: "To Core Network".
No specific profile references are set in the SIP servers, so all are set to the Default Profiles.