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iSNet networking solutions

  1. 1. SOPHO iS3000 iSNet networking solutions Key features – Networking applications for private networks using SOPHO iS3000 communication systems – All networked SOPHO iS3000 systems act as a single integrated system – SOPHO iSNet is designed to sup- port a large variety of network standards (QSIG, DPNSS, PVN, IP) – Networking over leased lines, pub- lic switched networks and data networks – Comprehensive IP and QSIG support (for multi-vendor environ- ments) Linking individual sites is one of the most effective ways in which organisations with a distributed structure can make their business processes more efficient and economical. SOPHO iSNet provides the SOPHO iS3000 platform with powerful networking solutions. Any distributed organisation, such as universities, government departments, local authorities and companies with a national or worldwide network of branches and/or sales offices, can bring sites and staff together in a single virtual network. Within this network, users can enjoy transparent access to all the functions and features of the SOPHO iS3000 communication system. SOPHO iSNet applications support not only traditional, circuit-switched TDM telephony, but also packet-switched IP telephony.The high degree of flexibility typical of SOPHO iSNet applications safeguards the varying requirements of different organisational structures. Supported by mixed TDM and IP environments, SOPHO iSNet meets all the preconditions organisations demand for migrating to an IP-based, converged voice-data network, making it future-proof while also protecting existing investments.
  2. 2. Main advantages of a private – SOPHO iSNet’s high degree of flexibility enables the deploy- ment of applications on demand. network – All systems and applications controlled by SOPHO iSNet are SOPHO iSNet links multi-site communications platforms, managed via LAN-ready IP-telephony tools, with simultaneous enabling them to act as a single integrated system, which can be and remote device set-up and management available across organised and managed centrally, as part of an open and flexible all sites and systems. private network.This enables the construction or addition of systems and applications to perform in a company- or campus- wide environment. SOPHO iSNet includes various multifunc- Networking capabilities tional and economical networking applications that can be freely mixed to suit different organisational structures, geographies and SOPHO iSNet supports a large variety of connections, in order system types. to network distributed sites in the most cost-effective way. SOPHO iSNet’s networking capabilities are so versatile and The private network not only provides an important integration flexible, only a broad outline can be provided here. function between sites, supporting daily operations and accom- modating different traffic environments, but it has also been For a more in-depth overview, contact your NEC Philips con- designed to satisfy the key principles outlined below. sultant. Using the actual structure of your organisation as a basis, the NEC Philips consultant will provide you with details of how Cost efficiency and budget considerations SOPHO iSNet can save you costs and help your staff to work – Immediate cost savings on telecom traffic. Investments in more efficiently and productively. services such as operators, voice/fax systems and network management can be optimised through centralised network- SOPHO iSNET distributed PBX ing. Options such as Least Cost Call Routing (LCCR) and The SOPHO iSNet distributed PBX application enables Integrated Voice Compression (IVC) contribute to additional different iS3000 nodes, distributed over several locations, to savings on call routing and optimise traffic costs. operate as a single integrated system.This is achieved by – SOPHO iSNet enables the cost-effective combination into a applying the same system software to each individual node single company network of virtually unlimited branches, small and integrating the nodes in a distributed PBX environment. offices and/or teleworkers in home offices.This promotes consistent customer service levels across the organisation. The SOPHO iSNet distributed PBX application supports: – The modularity of SOPHO iSNet, along with its broad range – Free numbering six digits standard: 10 digits optional of interconnection and IP networking options, offers organisa- – Centralised maintenance tions a high degree of flexibility in migrating to IP telephony – Centralised management and converged voice-data networks. In addition, it safeguards – Centralised operator investments in existing infrastructure. – Transparent user features (except groups) Operational efficiency at the desired service Connections levels – IMP 2Mbit/s G.703 fixed lines – Functions such as call forwarding, follow me and number – External IP gateway pre-select reduce the need for operator intervention to an absolute minimum. SOPHO iSNET Private Networking – Service levels can be automated selectively, through the SOPHO iSNet Private Networking enables different iS3000 deployment of functions such as ACD or auto attendant, nodes to be interlinked in a single feature-rich network, relieving operators from repetitive routine tasks. independent of the applied level of system software. Private – Operator, supervisor, administrator and manager resources networks minimise the cost of site-to-site calls and facilitate can be centralised selectively across the network.This means more efficient and faster enterprise communications. It doesn’t reduced costs for you and better service for your customers. matter whether your staff are in the same office or hundreds of kilometres apart – they are united as part of the same private A higher degree of flexibility network. – SOPHO iSNet is highly flexible: service levels and networking functions/ applications are entirely configurable.This means SOPHO iSNet Private Networking features that, as circumstances change, the customer's network can be customised at any time to meet new, business-specific Extension features parameters. – Abbreviated dialling – Automatic camp on busy (COB)
  3. 3. – Basic telephone call – Last (external) number repetition – Break-in protection – Transfer before answer – Call-charge display – Call diversion: Data facilities DPNSS • follow-me active (immediate) – Call forwarding • on no reply – Camp on busy • on busy – Circuit-switched data calls • to external (immediate) – Data protection – Call hold (start enquiry) – Traffic restrictions (projectable) – Calling-line/name display – Transparent data transfer (V.120/X.30) – Call offer (COB by originator) – Call waiting (COB by destination) Call-routing features – Connect-line/name display – Access-code repetition (fixed) – Data call – Alternative routing on: – Executive intrusion • congestion – Intercom • time of day – Message-waiting indicator • link failure – Mobility – Number conversion (originator) – Number-presentation restriction – Out-of-area exchange line – Silent monitoring • Forced-on-net routing – Three-party conference • Break-out accounting – Transfer before answer (new party) – Overflow routing – Twinning – Preferred routing – User-to-user text messaging – Remote public network break out System features SOPHO iSNet Virtual Networking (VN) – Charge reporting SOPHO iSNet Virtual Networking is provided as either Basic – Distinctive ringing Virtual Networking (BVN) or as Private Virtual Networking – Free numbering (PVN).Virtual networks are especially attractive when the – Loop avoidance volume of data traffic between sites is too small to justify an – Night-assistance routing expensive point-to-point connection. VN networks are software- – Paging: based and are ideal for connections that handle extensive data • call indication traffic as an overflow for fixed lines in peak traffic. • meet me • non-meet me Basic Virtual Networking (BVN) • answer Once calls are routed via the public network, the available – Route optimisation ISPBX features are limited to: – Trunk identity – Call forwarding – Uniform numbering plan (12 digits): – Call transfer • closed – Enquiry • open – Follow-me – Three-party call Operator features – Uniform numbering plan (12 digits) – Automatic COB extension – Automatic repeat on busy/no answer Private Virtual Networking (PVN/iPVN) – Break-in on busy extension/trunk SOPHO iSNet Private Virtual Networking (PVN) supports all – Centralised operator standard and additional iSNet Private Networking features, via – Display of: PSTN, ISDN, QSIG or IP networks. SOPHO iSNet PVN/iPVN • calling-line identity enables the interconnection of private network nodes that • called-line identity handle little telephony traffic.This eliminates the need to invest • called-line status in costly fixed lines, since with PVN, site-independent networking • cost accounting services and SOPHO iS3000 ISPBX features are available to all • last party network users in a uniform and transparent way. – Fast call handling
  4. 4. Remote office A iSNet offers three types of IP-based networking each with its Private Virtual Networking own specific application: with full iSNet functionality Head office Basic IP networking For basic IP-based networking between the iS3000 system this iS3000 type of networking requires the In-System Gateway and offers Public Remote office B network the following functionality: iS3000 – Call forwarding Speech information – Call transfer Feature – Enquiry information iS3000 – Follow-me – Three party call – Uniform numbering plan (12 digits) SOPHO iSNet PVN/iPVN is especially attractive as an overflow for fixed lines.The IP-routing protocol allows fully meshed net- CCIS-based networking works to be created. This type of networking is based on the CCIS protocol used between the SOPHO IP servers. The SOPHO iS3000 systems Connections with SIP@Net fully support this CCIS protocol. The following options are available for connecting iSNet nodes in a Private (Virtual) Network with fixed or ISDN lines: Adding a SOPHO IP communication server to your iS3000 – QSIG/DPNSS 2 Mbit/s G.703 fixed line (30B+D) by means of the IP-based CCIS protocol offers a future proof – QSIG/DPNSS 192 kbit/s I.430 fixed line (2B+D) networking concept and a wide variety of features. Full inter- – Voice Compression over 64 kbit/s fixed lines working with the iSNet functionality is also offered, including: – Voice Compression over 2 Mbit/s fixed lines – Abbreviated dialling – ISDN lines with/without Voice Compression – Automatic ring back on busy – IP network with In-System Gateway (ISG) – Basic call – Call forwarding, diversion SOPHO IP networking • on busy SOPHO iSNet enables the iS3000 hybrid communication • immediate systems and the SOPHO IP communications servers to • on no reply interlink via WAN or LAN Networks. By adding an In-System – Called name and number display Gateway to the iS3000 PBX a 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet – Calling name and number display connection offers the IP link via your company’s Wide Area – Camp on busy extension/attendant Network to the IP enabled iS3000 at your remote office. – Centralised operator – DDI fail /assistance Remote office A – Distinctive ringing IP Networking – Enquiry, shuttle, transfer Head office – Follow-me – Free numbering IP Communication – Full FDCR support on CCIS routes Server – Location diversity ISG WAN/LAN Remote office B – Message waiting IP-enabled iS3000 – Paging answering – Route optimisation (media, signalling) ISG – SOPHO Mobility Access (SMA) IP-enabled iS3000 – Three-party conference – Trunk identity – Uniform numbering plan open/closed 8 digits iPVN-based networking This type of IP networking is ideally suited for the pure iS3000 networks where a very high level of functionality is required. Replacing existing traditional iS3000 network connections by IP connections offers a cost effective networking solution.
  5. 5. The offered functionality is similar as the one mentioned Related RFCs: before under the SOPHO iSNet Private Networking features. – Basic call handling (RFC 3261) – DTMF support (RFC 2833) Connections – NAT The In-System Gateway allows a maximum of 30 channels each – Payload formats in SDP (RFC 3555) for trunking on a 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet interface. G711 and – QoS IEEE 802.1Q G729a/b/ab coding is supported on a per-port basis. Between – Registration/authentication (RFC 2617, 3216, 3261 section 22) iS3000 network nodes the T38 fax protocol is supported. – RTP (RFC 3550) – SDP handling (RFC 2327, RFC 3264) – SIP reliability (RFC 3262) Multi-vendor networking Analogue features SOPHO iSNet supports various open networking protocols, The following SOPHO iSNet features are available on analogue enabling iS3000 nodes to be included in any type of multi- tie-lines: vendor network. – Call forwarding – Call transfer Remote office A – Direct dialling in (DDI) Multi-vendor Networking – Direct dialling out (DDO) Head office – Three-party call – Uniform numbering plan (12 digits) SOPHO SOPHO QSIG iS3000 DPNSS features iS3000 Network Remote office B The applicable BTNR 188 section is indicated in brackets. – Basic telephone call (section 1-6) QSIG – Call back when free (section 9) Network – Call back when next used (section 31) Non SOPHO – Call offer (section 14) – Call waiting (section 17) – Centralised operator (section 26) SOPHO iSNet over QSIG – Charge reporting (section 40) Linking the SOPHO ISPBX with third-party systems is made – Data call (section 7) possible through the iS3000 series’ comprehensive support of – Diversion (section 11) the QSIG protocol.This enables manufacturer-independent – Do not disturb (section 32) networking at the ECMA standard’s high performance level. – DPNSS/ISDN networking (189-I) With SOPHO iSNet over QSIG, SOPHO users gain access to – Executive intrusion (section 10) all SOPHO iSNet features, even in non-SOPHO QSIG net- – Hold, shuttle (section 12) work and PBX installations. Low-cost dial-up connections over – Loop avoidance (section 37) Private Virtual QSIG Networks (Q-PVN) can also be used. – Non-specified information (section 15) – Number presentation restriction (section 48) IP networking in multivendor networks – Redirection (section 22) Multi-vendor linking over IP connections is made possible by – Route optimisation (section 19) the SOPHO Gateways, which support the H.323 protocol. – Service independent string (section 16) The following features are available: • text messaging – Call forwarding • names – Call transfer • message index – Direct dialling in (DDI) • trunk identity – Direct dialling out (DDO) • assistance information – Enquiry – Three-party conference (section 13) – Three-party call – Uniform numbering plan (12 digits) DSS1 features – Advice of Call Charge (AOC) master mode Operator networking – Basic call master/slave mode Networking with IP-based Operators can be performed with – Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) the In-System Gateway and the IETF SIP 2.8 protocol. – Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)
  6. 6. Interconnection methods Features and connections support The supported protocol is mentioned in combination with the Features and connections are supported by the call-processing interconnection method: software SIP@Net. SIP@Net is available for all models in the – CEPT-L1 iS3000 series and SOPHO-S installations. SOPHO-S systems – E&M (2/4 wire) may require a hardware upgrade, depending on the system – Fixed analogue lines (only basic networking possible) level. iSNet Distributed ISPBX is only available on the iS3070 – Loop disconnect and iS3090 or iS3000 redundant. – QSIG/DPNSS 2 Mbit/s G.703 fixed line (30B+D) – QSIG/DPNSS 192 kbit/s I.430 fixed line (2B+D) Expert Services 3522 001 08611. SOPHO iSNet Voice Compression (VC) SOPHO iSNet Voice Compression (VC) allows up to three SOPHO iSNet is fully supported by our Expert Services. This separate voice calls to be made simultaneously on a single extensive portfolio of services provides the insight and support Printed in the Netherlands. digital 64 Kbit/s channel between two SOPHO nodes. This needed to get the most out of equipment and applications. The application uses the voice compression protocol CCITT G.728 services offered comprise advice, design, customisation, integra- and effectively triples the capacity of an organisation’s network tion, training, maintenance, continuous optimisation and Business connections.The application is made available by incorporating a Partner services. standard plug-in card (DTU-VC) in the SOPHO ISPBX network. Issued 01/07. QSIG features Due to continuous improvements this specification is subject to change without notice. QSIG-BC Basic call at Q ETS 300 172 QSIG-NI Number Identification ETS 300 173 QSIG-CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation ETS 300 173 QSIG-COLP Connection Line Identification Presentation ETS 300 173 QSIG-CLIR Calling/Connected Line Identification Restriction ETS 300 173 QSIG-CCBS Call Completion to Busy Subscriber ETS 300 365 QSIG-CCNR Call Completion on No Reply ETS 300 365 QSIG-NA Name Identification ETS 300 238 QSIG-CNIP Calling Name ID Presentation ETS 300 238 QSIG-CNOP Connected Name ID Presentation ETS 300 238 QSIG-CNIR Calling/Connected Name ID Restriction ETS 300 238 QSIG-MW Message Waiting EN 301 255/260 QSIG-DND Do Not Disturb ETS 300 363/364 QSIG-CT Call Transfer ETS 300 260/261 The products and services described herein are not necessarily available in all countries. QSIG-CF Call Diversion Services ETS 300 256/257 Call Forwarding Unconditional Call Forwarding on Busy Call Forwarding on No Reply QSIG-CO Call Offer Service ETS 300 361/362 QSIG AOC/EC Advice of Charge, End of Call EN 301 264 QSIG AOC/DC Advice of Charge, During Call EN 301 264 QSIG-PR Path Replacement ETS 300 259 QSIG-S Segmenting EN 300 172 QSIG-TC Transit Counter EN 301 048 QSIG-GFP Generic Functional Procedures ETS 300 239 QSIG-CI Call Intrusion Service EN 300 425/426 For further information please contact your local NEC Philips office or: NEC Philips Unified Solutions P.O. Box 32 1200 JD Hilversum The Netherlands Phone: +31 35 689 91 11 Fax: +31 35 689 14 50