This document provides a configuration guide for Ribbon SBC Core (5000/7000/SWe) series for migrating the Teams' users from Non-Media Bypass to Media Pass.
- For additional information on Microsoft Teams, refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-in/MicrosoftTeams/Microsoft-Teams
- For additional information on Ribbon SBC, refer to https://ribboncommunications.com/
This document is intended for customers planning to migrate from a Non-Media Bypass to a Media Bypass on MS Teams. This document provides configuration steps required on both MS Teams and Ribbon SBC.
Configuration Required On MS Teams
Create a new PSTN gateway on MS Teams
Create a gateway with a different FQDN and SBC listening port number.
Create DNS Record
Create a DNS record and point the new gateway to the same public IP address of the old gateway.
Create a new PSTN Usage
Create a new Voice Route
Create a new Voice Routing Policy
Create a new voice routing policy and associate the new PSTN Usage to it.
Grant the Voice Routing Policy to the user
Associate the new voice routing policy to the migrating user.
Configuration Required on Ribbon Core SBC
Create a New Zone and SIP Signaling Port
The new zone can have the same IP address as the previous zone, but not the same port number. If required, change the port number.
Perform one of the following actions:
- If using a wildcard certificate, attach the previous TLS profile to the SIP Signaling Port.
- Generate a new certificate and attach it to the SIP Signaling Port.
Create a new Packet Service Profile (PSP)
Enable RTCP Mux for the PSP. This flag is required for the Media bypass.
Create a new Trunk group
Configure fields for ICE-Lite. This is required for the Media Bypass.
Create an IP-Peer for Media Bypass Zone
Enter a globally unique name for the IP Peer.
Creating a Routing Label Route
Create a number base routing on SBC towards MS Teams.
These Application Notes describe the configuration steps required for Ribbon SBC Core Series to successfully migrate from Non-Media Bypass to Media Bypass. All feature and serviceability test cases were completed.