Creating a SIP Signaling Group
Create a SIP Signaling Group:
- In the WebUI, click the Settings tab.
- In the left navigation pane, go to Signaling Groups.
From the Create Signaling Group drop down box, select SIP Signaling Group.
Modifying a SIP Signaling Group
- Click the expand ( ) Icon next to the entry you wish to modify.
- Edit the entry properties as required, see details below.
Configuring a SIP Signaling Group
Click '' on the WebUI screen to configure additional items
Configuring an Object within an Object
Access a WebUI page that includes a field for a configuration resource with support for object within an object configuration. For example, the SIP Signaling Group Table includes a number of such fields.
Click the field-specific () icon next to a specific object. In the example below, the Call Routing Table field supports object within object configurability:
At the Create window, enter a description for the newly created object.
The Call Route Table is created. The field is auto-populated with the newly-created table, and the "changed field" is highlighted (i.e., the Call Routing Table field).
Field definitions for the Create SIP Signaling Group window are listed by feature.
Quick Links - Configuration Options by Feature
Configure a SIP Signaling Group:
From the Create Signaling Group drop-down box, select SIP Signaling Group.
Signaling groups types are supported according to product:
Signaling Group Type Supported in SBC Edge Supported in SBC SWe LIte ISDN SIP CAS
Configure the field options. Field definitions below are listed in SIP Signaling Group feature groups. See Quick Links - Configuration Options by Feature.
Overview - Field Definitions
SIP Channels and Routing - Field Definitions
Action Set Table
Call Routing Table
Number of Channels
Office 365 User Domain Suffix
AD Update Frequency
AD First Update Time
Registrar Min. TTL
Outbound Registrar TTL
SIP Server Table
Notify Lync CAC Profile
Outbound Proxy Port
No Channel Available Override
Call Setup Response Timer
Call Proceeding Timer
Use Register as Keep Alive
Forked Call Answered Too Soon
Answer Too Soon Timer
Media Information - Field Definitions
Audio/Fax Stream Mode
Supported Audio Modes
Proxy Local SRTP Crypto Profile ID
Video/Application Stream Mode
Media List ID
Play Congestion Tone
Allow Refresh SDP
Music on Hold
Mapping Tables- Field Definitions
SIP To Q.850 Override Table
Q.850 To SIP Override Table
Pass-thru Peer SIP Response Code
SIP IP Details - Field Definitions
Signaling/Media Source IP
Static NAT - Outbound
If the selected Outbound NAT Traversal is Static NAT, you must enter the field NAT Public IP (Signaling/Media) appears.
Static NAT - Inbound
Qualified Prefixes Table
Secure Media Latching
Source Media Netmask
Registrar Max. TTL Enabled
Registrar Max. TTL
Application Layer IP
NAT Public IP Address
Specifies the public IP of the NAT server visible from Internet. The NAT server's ports must be configured to allow SIP and RTP traffic, for example: port range 5060-5061 for SIP and 16000-17000 for RTP.
The IP address specified in this field must be publicly accessible.
Listen Ports - Field Definitions
This section defines a listening port and protocol for the SIP Signaling Group
Federated IP/FQDN - Field Definitions
Federated IP addresses and FQDNs specified in a SIP Signaling Group are whitelisted.
The Federated IP/FQDN feature acts as an access control by defining from which server a SIP Signaling Group will accept messages.
IPv4/6 Address or FQDN
Federated IP Netmask/Prefix
Inbound Message Manipulation - Field Definitions
Outbound Message Manipulation - Field Definitions