Usage of the Easy Config wizard to configure the Sonus SBC 1000/2000 does not modify existing configuration. The wizard will simply add the new configuration elements to the Sonus SBC 1000/2000.
The Sonus SBC 1000/2000 Easy Config interface includes a built-in step-by-step setup configuration wizard, which enables end-users to quickly deploy Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and Skype for Business/Lync. The Sonus SBC 1000/2000 can be configured to connect a Skype for Business/Lync environment with a PSTN Provider via PRI.
Step 1 - Configure Scenario
Select the Application type (ISDN PRI↔ Skype for Business/Lync). Enter the scenario configuration details based on your deployment settings. Once completed, click Next to move to Step 2 (or Cancel to return to the main WebUI screen).
Scenario - Field Definitions
The scenario in which the configuration template is provided. In this case, select ISDN PRI ↔ Skype for Business/Lync.
Enter the name to describe ISDN PRI ↔ Skype for Business/Lync setup.
This value will be prefixed on all the Sonus SBC 1000/2000 configuration elements created by the Setup Wizard pertaining to this deployment.
The country in which the ISDN PRI ↔ Skype for Business/Lync setup originates.
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.
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.
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.
Defines the Public Safety Answering Point Number. Valid entry 1 - 127 characters.
Sets Provider Type to ISDN. This is a fixed value.
Defines the version of Skype for Business Lync. Valid options: Skype for Business or Lync 2010/2013.
Step 2 - Configure Provider and User Side Information
Enter the scenario configuration details based on the endpoint selected. Once completed, click Next to move to Step 3 (or Previous to return to the previous screen).
ISDN - Field Definitions
Specifies the physical T1/E1 port used for this Signaling Group. Valid option: T1 or E1.
The physical T1/E1 port number to which the PSTN line is physically connected. DS1 entries are configured with the following command buttons: Up (move a DS1 port up in the list), Down (move a DS1 port down in the list), Add (adds a DS1 port), and Remove (deletes a DS1 port).
For example, click Add. Select the desired PSTN port and OK.
Specifies the ISDN variant for the port type in the ISDN Signaling Group.
- ATT 4EES
- ATT 5EES
- DMS 100
- Euro ISDN
- Japanese ISDN
ISDN Number Translation
Determines if the Sonus SBC 1000/2000 should translate dialed PSTN digits as phone extensions. Valid options: Translation Extension (translates digits into phone extensions) or Passthrough Untranslated (does not translate digits).
The numbers to prefix for the translated phone extension. This field is available only when ISDN Number Translation is set to Translation Extension.
The number of digits used to account for the PSTN extension. Valid options: 2, 3, 4, or 5.This field is available only when ISDN Number Translation is set to Translation Extension.
Server Pool Host
The Pool name of the Skype for Business/Lync Server (FQDN).
The IP protocol to use for sending and receiving SIP messages between Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and the Server Pool Host. Valid entry: TLS or TCP.
The Port Number used for sending and receiving SIP messages between Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and the Server Pool Host.
Step 3 - Confirm and Submit Configuration
This steps displays a summary of the configuration items from Step 1 and Step 2. Click Finish to submit (to cancel the configuration, click Cancel).
This example displays a ISDN PRI ↔ Skype for Business/Lync setup.