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The SBC Easy Config interface includes a built-in, step-by-step setup configuration wizard to enable quick and easy deployment of an SBC and Skype for Business/Lync or Teams in a Microsoft On Premises environment. 

Using the Easy Configuration wizard to configure the (SBC) does not modify existing configuration. The wizard will simply add the new configuration elements to the SBC.

 

The following SIP Trunks are supported:

  • ATT SIP Trunk
  • KDDI SIP Trunk
  • NTT DOCOMO Officelink
  • Other SIP Trunk
  • Softbank White Office
  • Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect
  • Verizon SIP Trunk

NTT DOCOM Officelink, Softbank White Office and Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect are supported in SBC Edge 1000-2000 only.

 

Depending on the SIP trunk selected, the specific configuration fields are displayed in the Wizard. These are noted below.

Step 1 - Select Scenario

 

 

Select the Application type (SIP ↔ Microsoft On Premises). Specify the scenario details in the fields that apply for your deployment. When you have selected values for all fields, click Next to move to Step 2. Or, click Cancel to return to the main WebUI screen.

These instructions assume the SBC Easy Config wizard is running. See Using the Easy Configuration Wizard.

Scenario Parameters -  Field Definitions

Figure : Step 1

 

Application

Click the arrow to select the scenario that describes your deployment. In this case, select SIP Trunk ↔ Microsoft On Premises.

Scenario Description

Type up to 32 characters as a descriptive name for the SIP Trunk Microsoft On Premises scenario.

 

The Easy Config adds the scenario description as a prefix for all SBC configuration elements created for this deployment.

Telephone Country

The country in which the SIP ↔ Microsoft On Premises deployment originates.


Emergency Services

Defines the Emergency Services for outgoing numbers. For the purpose of this illustration above, Emergency Services is not selected. Field definitions are defined below.

Options:  ELIN Identifier, E911/E112 or None.

The E911 ELIN number from the "CompanyName" field configured in Lync location services is used as the authoritative Call Back number for outgoing E911 calls, and is always the preferred configuration. Specifically, it will take precedence over any Callback Number number configuration in Lync Setup. For more information, see Creating and Modifying Entries to Transformation Tables.

 

Emergency Callback Number 1

Call Back Number in string format. This field is displayed only when ELIN Identifier or E911/E112 is selected from Emergency Services.

Emergency Callback Number 2

Second Call Back Number in string format. This field is displayed only when ELIN Identifier or E911/E112 is selected from Emergency Services.

PSAP Number

Defines the Public Safety Answering Point Number. Valid entry 1 - 127 characters.

SIP Sessions

Number of simultaneous SIP sessions allocated. Valid entry 1 - 960.

Name (SIP Trunk)

The SIP trunk used for connection to the Microsoft UC environment. Valid options are: ATT SIP Trunk, KDDI SIP Trunk, NTT DOCOMO Officelink, Other SIP Trunk, SoftBank White Office, Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect, and Verizon SIP Trunk.

The SIP Trunk selected determines the field options displayed in Step 2. See See Step 2 - Configure SIP Details for Endpoint.

Version (Microsoft On Premises)

 Defines the version of Microsoft On Premises. Valid options: Skype for Business, Lync 2010/2013, or Microsoft Cloud Connector Edition.

 

Step 2 - Configure SIP Details for Endpoint

Enter the scenario configuration details based on the SIP Trunk selected in Step 1 - Select Scenario.  Once completed, click Next to move to Step 3 (or Previous to return to the previous screen).

 

ATT SIP Trunk - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected ATT SIP Trunk in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : ATT SIP Trunk

Border Element Server

The FQDN or IP address of the Remote Peer service provider.

Protocol 

The IP protocol used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server. Valid entry UDP or TCP.

Port Number  

The SIP Server Port number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server.

Use Secondary Border Element Server

Enables or disables the secondary Remote Peer service provider configured. 

Secondary Border Element Server

Specifies the Secondary Border Element Service provider. Valid entry: IP Address or FQDN. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

Protocol 

The Protocol used for communicating with the Secondary Border Element Server. Valid entry: UDP or TCP. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

Port Number 

The Port Number is used for sending and receiving messages between SBC and the Secondary Border Element server. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

AT&T Simultaneous Ring Supported (AT&T Services)

Enables/disables AT&T Simultaneous Ring. Valid option: Yes or No.

AT&T IP Toll Free

Enables/disables the AT&T Toll Free option. Valid option: Enabled or Disabled.

IP Toll Free Access Number

The Toll Free Access Number to use when the AT&T IP Toll Free option is enabled.

Server Pool Host (Skype for Business)

The Pool name of the Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol 

The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port Number (Server Pool)

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host.

 

KDDI SIP Trunk - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected KDDI SIP Trunk in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : KDDI SIP Trunk

SIP Server

Type the FQDN for the service provider's SIP server.

Protocol

Hardcoded to UDP.

Port Number

Type the port number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between the SBC and the Border Element Server.

Main Telephone Number

The main telephone number for the KDDI SIP trunk

Called Prefix (FMC Service)

  Type the city code and office code for setting up transformation rules for the FMC service.

Address of Record URI

 Type the Address of Record of the client that is registered on the SIP server.

Static Host (SIP Profile)

Type the host and port information for the FQDN or IP address used in the From Header. Valid options: FQDN[:port] or IP4 [:port] or [IP6]:port

Authentication ID (Remote Authorization Entry)

Specifies a user name to use in response to a challenge.

Password 

The password for the Authentication ID.

Confirm Password 

Re-enter the password for the Authentication ID.

DNS Server IP (Split DNS Table)

IP address (IPv4 or IPv6) of the DNS server. The DNS Server IP address is for an SBC 1000/2000 that uses Split DNS with a primary DNS server, secondary DNS server, and a domain-specific DNS server for resolving FQDNs as required on internal and external networks.

Domain Name  

Domain name associated with the DNS IP address.



Figure : Select ISDN Ports


 

These fields apply if you selected NTT DOCOMO Officelink in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : NTT DOCOMO Officelink Trunk


Office Link FOMA-R

The Host IP address of the SIP Server.

Protocol

 The IP protocol used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the SIP Server. Default value: UDP.

 

Port Number

The SIP Server Port number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the SIP Server. Default value: 5062.

CUG Domain Name

The FQDN of the SIP Server.

Server Pool Host (Skype for Business)

The Pool FQDN or IP Address of the Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol

The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port number

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Default value: 5067.

Other SIP Trunk - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected Other SIP Trunk in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : Other SIP Trunk

Border Element Server

The FQDN or IP address of the Remote Peer service provider.

Protocol 

The IP protocol used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server. Valid entry UDP or TCP.

Port Number 

The SIP Server Port number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server.

Use Secondary Border Element Server

Enables or disables the secondary Remote Peer service provider configured. 

Secondary Border Element Server

Specifies the Secondary Border Element Service provider. Valid entry: IP Address or FQDN. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

Protocol

The Protocol used for communicating with the Secondary Border Element Server. Valid entry: UDP or TCP. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

Port Number 

The Port Number used for sending and receiving messages between SBC and the Secondary Border Element server. This field is available only when Use Secondary Border Element Server is Enabled.

Server Pool Host (Skype for Business) 

The Pool name of the Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol

The IP protocol used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port Number (Server Pool)

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host.

SoftBank White Office - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected SoftBank White Office in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : SoftBank White Office

The method used for connecting networks. Options are: Routerless and Router. On selection of Routerless, the Easy Config displays the Signaling/Media Source IP field and the SIP Server field. On selection of Router, the Easy Config displays the SIP Server field only.

Signaling/Media Source IP

Click the arrow and select the user-specified IP address to be used for SIP signaling messages. The Signaling/Media Source IP field does not display when the option selected for the WAN Link field is Router.

SIP Server

The host IP address or FQDN for the SIP server

Gateway ID (Remote Authorization Entry)

The ID used for authenticating with the router at the gateway of the network

Gateway Password

The password used for authenticating with the router at the gateway of the network.

Confirm Password

Re-entry of the password for the router serving as network gateway.  

Address of Record URI (Contract Registrant Entry)

The public address that points to the domain for users, for use in the Contact Registrant Entry. For example, enter GatewayID@SIPServer.

Server Pool Host

The Pool FQDN or IP Address of the Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol

The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port number

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Default value: 5067.


Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect  in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : Telstra Enterprise SIP Connect

NAT Public Interface

The public interface used for Network Address Translation (NAT).

State

The state to use in configuring the outbound proxy for the Provider SIP Trunk. Options include: Australia Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Other (a user-specified FQDN).

Protocol and Port

Hard coded as UDP and Port 5060.

SIP Connect DNS IP

The IPv4 address used to create a Split DNS entry for the Telstra domain.

SIP Connect Domain/Realm

The SIP Connect Domain or Realm to which the specified IP address will map.

Authentication User ID (SIP Connect Authentication)

The User ID for use in authentication.

Authentication Password

The password to use when authenticating with the User ID.

Confirm Password

The re-entered password for confirmation.

Trunk Pilot Number

The 9-digit pilot number Telstra assigned for use with the SIP Connect trunking service.

Server Pool Host (Skype for Business)

The Pool FQDN or IP Address of the Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol

The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port number

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Default value: 5067.

Verizon SIP Trunk - Field Definitions

These fields apply if you selected Verizon SIP Trunk in Step 1 - Select Scenario.

Figure : Verizon Managed Service

 

Border Element Server

The FQDN or IP address of the Remote Peer service provider.

Protocol 

The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server. This value is fixed at UDP.

Port Number 

The SIP Server Port number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Border Element Server.

Server Pool Host (Skype for Business)

The Pool name of the Skype for Business / Lync Server (FQDN).

Protocol 

The IP protocol used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.

Port Number 

The Port Number (via TLS or TCP) used for sending and receiving SIP messages between SBC and the Server Pool Host.

Step 3 - Confirm and Submit Configuration

This step displays a summary of the the configuration items from Step 1 and Step 2. Click Finish (to cancel the configuration, click Cancel).

This example displays a SIP ↔ Microsoft On Premises configuration with a KDDI SIP Trunk.

Figure : Step 3