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The following documentation is produced by the Sonus Networks Design Group.  Click on a link below to view and/or download a document.

SBC 5000 / 7000 / SWe Series

Configuring SBC with Level 3 Voice Complete - July 31, 2014
 This document provides a configuration guide for Sonus SBC 5000 Series (Session Border Controller) when connecting to Level 3 Voice Complete. The Sonus SBC is the point of connection between the PBX and the Level 3 Voice Complete. A configuration for a generic PBX was also included to provide context of the Level 3 Voice Complete solution. Sonus provides Application Notes for specific PBX vendors as well and if available, the more specific PBX Application Note should be used in place of the generic PBX section of this document.
 
Configuring SBC with Genesys Platform Solutions - May 23, 2014
 

This document provides a configuration guide for Sonus SBC 5000 Series (Session Border Controller) when connecting to the Genesys SIP Server and other internal PBX systems. The Sonus SBC is the point of connection between the Genesys System and local PBX Systems that hosts internal SIP phones. The Sonus SBC is also the point of connection to external carrier SIP trunk providers for SIP Carrier connection. In this case, the internal PBX is out of scope of this document.

 

Configuring SBC with Carrier SIP Trunks and IP PBX Systems - August 18, 2014

 

This document provides a configuration guide for Sonus SBC 5000 Series (Session Border Controller) when connecting one or more generic SIP-capable PBX systems and one or more SIP carriers. If there is a Sonus Application Note available for the specific PBX or SIP carrier, then that configuration should take precedence over the generic configuration presented in this document. The Sonus SBC is the point of connection between the PBX and the SIP Carrier.

 

Configuring SBC for Basic Audio Transcoding or Pass-Through Scenarios - May 14, 2014

 

This document provides a configuration guide for Sonus SBC 5000 Series (Session Border Controller) for generic simple audio transcoding or audio pass-through between two or more peers (such as external SIP carriers or internal PBX systems). While the SBC 5000 media interworking controls provide a lot of flexibility, this Application Note is focused on basic audio transcoding scenarios that minimize complexity with a configuration that attempts to maximize success for calls requiring audio transcoding. This document will use the term transcoding, generically, for any type of audio interworking, not simply translating between different codecs. Hardware-based DSPs (Digital Signal Processors) within the SBC 5000 are needed for any transcoding scenario.

  

TLS on the Sonus SBC - May 5, 2014

 This document provides a configuration and provisioning guide to enable SIP/TLS with SRTP on the Sonus SBC 5000 and 7000 series SBC systems and an introduction to key topics related to X.509 certificate management and the TLS protocol itself for those readers who may not be familiar with the concepts and protocols involved.

SBC 5000 Series Specific

Network Deployment Guide - Revision 2.2 , October 10, 2014
           

This document provides a guide for the Sonus SBC 5000 Series (Session Border Controller) when connecting it to and integrating it with Layer 1 (cabling), Layer 2 (ethernet), and Layer 3 (IP) network infrastructure. While this document attempts to document some best practices for deploying SBC 5000 Series Platforms, deployments done under the auspices of the Sonus Network Design group should always take precedence over generic recommendations.

 

SBC 7000 Series Specific

Network Deployment Guide - Revision 1.1 , October 10, 2014
           

This document provides a guide for the Sonus SBC 7000 Series (Session Border Controller) when connecting it to and integrating it with Layer 1 (cabling), Layer 2 (ethernet), and Layer 3 (IP) network infrastructure. While this document attempts to document some best practices for deploying SBC 7000 Series Platforms, deployments done under the auspices of the Sonus Network Design group should always take precedence over generic recommendations.

 

For any questions or comments on Design Application Notes, please email the Sonus Corporate Communications Group.


 

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