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  1. 1. BlackBerry Mobile Voice System Version: 4.6 Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway
  2. 2. SWD-587747-0120011946-001
  3. 3. Contents 1 Overview....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 2 System requirements: Dialogic media gateway..................................................................................................................... 3 3 Prerequisites: Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS................................................................... 4 4 Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS............................................................................................ 5 IP settings........................................................................................................................................................................................ 5 Management protocol settings..................................................................................................................................................... 5 Routing table settings.................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Settings for an incoming TDM routing rule......................................................................................................................... 7 Settings for an incoming VoIP routing rule......................................................................................................................... 9 Settings for a TDM trunk group............................................................................................................................................ 11 Settings for a VoIP host group.............................................................................................................................................. 12 TDM settings................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 T1 settings................................................................................................................................................................................ 12 E1 settings................................................................................................................................................................................ 13 General TDM settings............................................................................................................................................................ 15 VoIP settings.................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 General VoIP settings............................................................................................................................................................ 16 Media settings........................................................................................................................................................................ 18 DSP settings.................................................................................................................................................................................... 20 5 Postconfiguration tasks.............................................................................................................................................................. 24 6 Glossary......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 7 Provide feedback......................................................................................................................................................................... 29 8 Legal notice.................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
  4. 4. Overview 1 BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System integrates your organization's telephone system with the BlackBerry® Enterprise Server to extend desk phone functionality to BlackBerry devices. BlackBerry MVS is designed to • integrate with the phone application on BlackBerry devices to permit users to make calls from and receive calls to their work phone numbers and access some of the features that are available from your organization's desk phones • provide a user account with a single work phone number that can ring on up to four phones simultaneously or sequentially, and direct unanswered calls to a single voice mailbox that is associated to the work phone number • permit users to create ad hoc conference calls from their BlackBerry devices • extend the security features of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to authenticate BlackBerry device users to BlackBerry MVS and your organization's PBX phone system • permit you to manage BlackBerry devices over the wireless network from a single location and control access to the work phone numbers and phone features that BlackBerry MVS provides Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Overview 2
  5. 5. System requirements: Dialogic media gateway 2 Item Requirement Dialogic® media gateway Dialogic® 2000 Media Gateway Series Dialogic media gateway software version 6.0 with the latest SU version available from the Dialogic support web site. media gateway environment • ISDN-PRI tie line that is configured to use QSIG • SIP interface that supports G.711 (A-law or Mu-law) • Ethernet administration port • ability to send and receive an ANI of up to 14 digits voice network To support voice traffic between the BlackBerry® MVS Server and the media gateway, the following conditions: • dedicated voice-quality switch or VLAN with QoS • one Ethernet port and one static IP address to support the Ethernet connection between the BlackBerry MVS Server and voice LAN • one Ethernet port and one static IP address to support the Ethernet connection between the media gateway and voice LAN To meet these requirements, configure IEEE® 802.1p and IEEE 802.1Q parameters for the VLAN. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway System requirements: Dialogic media gateway 3
  6. 6. Prerequisites: Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS 3 • Verify that you configured your organization's PBX for BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System. For more information, see the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System Configuration Note for PBXs . • Verify that you installed and completed the basic configuration of the media gateway. Verify that you assigned the media gateway a unique IP address, a subnet mask, and, if necessary, an IP network gateway address. For more information, see the documentation from Dialogic®. • Verify that you have the IP address of the BlackBerry MVS Server available. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Prerequisites: Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS 4
  7. 7. Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS 4 IP settings You configured the IP settings during the initial installation and configuration of the Dialogic® media gateway. For more information, see the documentation from Dialogic. You can access the IP settings from the IP menu option in the left pane of the Dialogic web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway Client IP Address — Client Subnet Mask — Default Network Gateway Address — BOOTP Enabled Yes This setting is the default setting. SNTP Server IP Address null value This setting is the default setting. Client IP Address — Client Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This setting is the default setting. Management Protocol LAN Interface — Management Protocol IP Route Rules — Management protocol settings You can access the management protocol settings from the Mgmt Protocols menu option in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway E-Mail Alarms Enabled Yes Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Configuring the Dialogic media gateway for BlackBerry MVS 5
  8. 8. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway E-Mail Minimum Alarm Severity Warning Destination E-Mail List email addresses of contacts to receive email alarm messages Separate the email addresses with a semicolon (;). E-Mail Server IP Address IP address of your organization's messaging server to receive email alarm messages Source E-Mail Address email address to be used as the source of email alarm messages SysLog Server IP Address null value This setting is the default setting. Alarms to SysLog Enabled No This setting is the default setting. SysLog Minimum Alarm Severity Info This setting is the default setting. Diagnostics Trace to SysLog Enabled No This setting is the default setting. SNMP Traps Enabled? No This setting is the default setting. SNMP Minimum Alarm Severity — SNMP Trap IP List — SNMP Community Name public This setting is the default setting. SNMP System Name null value This setting is the default setting. SNMP System Contact null value Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Management protocol settings 6
  9. 9. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. SNMP System Location null value This setting is the default setting. HTTP Server Enabled Yes This setting is the default setting. BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System requires this setting. HTTPS Server Enabled No Telnet Server Enabled Yes This setting is the default setting. BlackBerry MVS requires this setting. Routing table settings Settings for an incoming TDM routing rule YoucanaccessthesettingsforanincomingTDMroutingrulefromtheRoutingTablemenuoptionintheleftpaneoftheDialogic® web UI. You can then select the Inbound TDM Rules option. You can use the default incoming TDM routing rule for BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System. The default routing rule sends all incoming calls from the TDM network to the VoIP network. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway Rule Label InboundTdmCall This setting is the default setting. Request Type Call This setting is the default setting. Trunk Group TdmAll This setting is the default setting. Calling Number * Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Routing table settings 7
  10. 10. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Called Number * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Redirect Number * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Calling Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Called Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Redirect Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Outbound Destination VoIP This setting is the default setting. Host Group VoipGroup-1 This setting is the default setting. Calling Number S This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the calling number. Called Number D This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the called number. Redirect Number R Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Routing table settings 8
  11. 11. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the redirect number. Calling Name S This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the calling name. Called Name D This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the called name. Redirect Name R This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the redirect name. Settings for an incoming VoIP routing rule YoucanaccessthesettingsforanincomingVoIProutingrulefromtheRoutingTablemenuoptionintheleftpaneoftheDialogic® web UI. You can then select the Inbound VoIP Rules option. You can change the default routing rule to specify the IP address of the BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System. The default routing rule sends all incoming calls from the VoIP network to the TDM network. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Rule Label InboundVoip This setting is the default setting. Request Type Any This setting is the default setting. Originating VoIP Host Address IP address of the BlackBerry MVS Calling Number * Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Routing table settings 9
  12. 12. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Called Number * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Redirect Number * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Calling Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Called Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Redirect Name * This setting is the default setting. It matches any string of numbers. Outbound Destination TDM This setting is the default setting. Trunk Group TdmAll This setting is the default setting. Calling Number S This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the calling number. Called Number D This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the called number. Redirect Number R Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Routing table settings 10
  13. 13. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the redirection number. Calling Name S This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the calling name. Called Name D This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the called name. Redirect Name R This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the media gateway does not change the redirection name. Settings for a TDM trunk group You can access the settings for a TDM trunk group from the Routing Table menu option in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. You can then select the TDM Trunk Groups option. You can use the default trunk group, which includes all channels in all ports. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Name TdmAll This setting is the default setting. Selection Direction Ascending This setting is the default setting. Selection Mode Linear This setting is the default setting. Port/Channel Content * Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Routing table settings 11
  14. 14. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. It indicates that the trunk group includes all channels in all ports. Settings for a VoIP host group You can access the settings for a VoIP host group from the Routing Table menu option in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. You can then select the VoIP Host Groups option. You can change the default VoIP host group to specify the IP address of the BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System . Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Name VoipGroup-1 This setting is the default setting. Load-Balanced false This setting is the default setting. Fault-Tolerant false This setting is the default setting. Host Summary IP address of the BlackBerry MVS Server TDM settings T1 settings You can access the T1 settings from the T1/E1 menu option on the TDM menu in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway Line Mode T1 This setting is the default setting. Signaling Mode ISDN Interface Side Terminal Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway TDM settings 12
  15. 15. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway The PBX should be on the network side. For more information, see the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System Configuration Note for PBXs . Line Encoding B8ZS This setting is the default setting. Framing ESF This setting is the default setting. Selects Transmit Pulse Waveform Short_Haul_110ft This setting is the default setting. ISDN Protocol QSIG This setting is the default setting. ISDN-Protocol Variant None This setting is the default setting. QSIG Protocol Specification ISO Network Specific Facilities (NSF) None This setting is the default setting. ISDN Answer Supervision Enable Yes This setting is the default setting. Calling Type Of Number Field National Calling Numbering Plan Field ISDN_E.164 Called Type Of Number Field National Called Numbering Plan Field ISDN_E.164 Enable Failover No This setting is the default setting. E1 settings You can access the E1 settings from the T1/E1 menu option on the TDM menu in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway TDM settings 13
  16. 16. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Line Mode E1 Signaling Mode ISDN Interface Side Terminal Line Encoding HDB3 This setting is the default setting. Framing CRC_MF This setting is the default setting. Selects Transmit Pulse Waveform 75_Ohm This setting is the default setting. ISDN Protocol QSIG This setting is the default setting. ISDN-Protocol Variant None This setting is the default setting. Contiguous B-Channel No This setting is the default setting. Outbound TDM Calling Party Source Static This setting is the default setting. Static TDM Calling Party 1234 This setting is the default setting. Network Specific Facilities (NSF) None This setting is the default setting. ISDN Answer Supervision Enable Yes This setting is the default setting. Calling Type Of Number Field National Calling Numbering Plan Field ISDN_E.164 Called Type Of Number Field National Called Numbering Plan Field ISDN_E.164 Enable Failover No Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway TDM settings 14
  17. 17. General TDM settings You can access the general TDM settings from the General menu option on the TDM menu in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway PCM Coding • µLaw, if you use a T1 line • aLaw, if you use an E1 line Minimum Call Party Delay 0 This setting is the default setting. Maximum Call Party Delay 2000 This setting is the default setting. Dial Digit On Time 100 This setting is the default setting. Dial Inter-Digit Time 100 This setting is the default setting. Dial Pause Time 2000 Turn MWI On FAC null value This setting is the default setting. Turn MWI Off FAC null value This setting is the default setting. Outbound Call Connect Timeout 60000 Wait for Ringback/Connect on Blind Transfer Yes This setting is the default setting. Hunt Group Extension null value This setting is the default setting. Disconnect on Fax Cleardown Tone Yes This setting is the default setting. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway 15
  18. 18. VoIP settings General VoIP settings You can access the general VoIP settings from the General menu option on the VoIP menu in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Host and Domain Name pbxgw.default.com This setting is the default setting. Transport Type UDP This setting is the default setting. Call as Domain Name? No This setting is the default setting. SIPS URI Scheme Enabled No This setting is the default setting. Invite Expiration 120 DNS Server Address null value This setting is the default setting. DNS Translation of Phone Numbers No This setting is the default setting. Registration Server Address null value This setting is the default setting. Registration Server Port 5060 This setting is the default setting. Registered User null value This setting is the default setting. Registration Expiration (sec) 60000 This setting is the default setting. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway VoIP settings 16
  19. 19. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway UDP/TCP Transport Enabled Yes This setting is the default setting. TCP/UDP Server Port 5060 This setting is the default setting. TCP Inactivity Timer 30 This setting is the default setting. TLS Transport Enabled No This setting is the default setting. TLS Server Port 5061 This setting is the default setting. SSL TLS Protocol SSLv3_TLSv1 This setting is the default setting. Mutual Authentication Required Yes This setting is the default setting. TLS Inactivity Timer 30 This setting is the default setting. VerifyTLSPeerCertificateDate Yes This setting is the default setting. Verify TLS Peer Certificate Trust Yes This setting is the default setting. Primary Proxy Server Address null value This setting is the default setting. Primary Proxy Server Port 5060 This setting is the default setting. Backup Proxy Server Address null value This setting is the default setting. Backup Proxy Server Port 5060 Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway VoIP settings 17
  20. 20. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. Proxy Query Interval (sec) 30 This setting is the default setting. T1 Time 500 T2 Time 4000 This setting is the default setting. T4 Time 5000 This setting is the default setting. Monitor Call Connections No This setting is the default setting. Call Monitor Interval 60 This setting is the default setting. Monitor VoIP Hosts No This setting is the default setting. VoIP Host Monitor Interval 30 This setting is the default setting. Media settings You can access the general VoIP media settings from the Media menu option on the VoIP menu in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway Audio Compression G.711u/G.711a This setting is the default setting. RTP Digit Relay Mode RFC2833 This setting is the default setting. RTP Fax/Modem Tone Relay Mode RFC2833 This setting is the default setting. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway VoIP settings 18
  21. 21. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway RTP Source IP Address Validation Off This setting is the default setting. RTP Source UDP Port Validation Off This setting is the default setting. Signaling Digit Relay Mode Off Voice Activity Detection Off RFC 3960 Early Media Support Always Codec/Frame Size/Frames Per Packet G.711 • Frame Size: 20 • Frames per Packet: 1 G.723.1 • Frame Size: 30 • Frames per Packet: 1 G.729AB • Frame Size: 10 • Frames per Packet: 3 Fax-IP Transport Mode None SRTP Preference RTP_Only This setting is the default setting. MKI on Transmit Stream Yes This setting is the default setting. Key Derivation Enable Yes This setting is the default setting. Key Derivation Rate 16 This setting is the default setting. Anti-replay Window Size Hint 64 This setting is the default setting. Cipher Mode AES_Counter_Mode Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway VoIP settings 19
  22. 22. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization’s media gateway This setting is the default setting. Authentication Type SHA1 This setting is the default setting. Authentication Tag Length SHA1_80_bit This setting is the default setting. DSP settings You can access the DSP settings from the DSP menu option in the left pane of the Dialogic® web UI. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Line Echo Cancellation On This setting is the default setting. Voice Activity Noise Floor -32 This setting is the default setting. Voice Activity Measurement Period 30 This setting is the default setting. Voice Activity Signal to Noise Ratio 18 This setting is the default setting. Call Progress Filter Threshold -30 This setting is the default setting. Call Progress Filter Debounce 100 This setting is the default setting. Call Progress Filter SNR in dB 20 This setting is the default setting. Call Progress Filter Two Tones Max Twist in dB 3 This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Minimum Delay 20 Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway DSP settings 20
  23. 23. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Maximum Delay 200 This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Initial Delay 20 This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Adaptation Period 10000 This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Deletion Threshold 500 This setting is the default setting. Jitter-Buffer Frame Deletion Mode Soft This setting is the default setting. IP to TDM AGC Enable On This setting is the default setting. IP to TDM AGC Slew Rate Medium This setting is the default setting. IP to TDM AGC Target Level -14 This setting is the default setting. IP to TDM AGC Max Gain 12 This setting is the default setting. IP to TDM AGC Min Gain -15 This setting is the default setting. TDM to IP AGC Enable Off This setting is the default setting. TDM to IP AGC Slew Rate Medium This setting is the default setting. TDM to IP AGC Target Level -14 This setting is the default setting. TDM to IP AGC Max Gain 12 Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway DSP settings 21
  24. 24. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway This setting is the default setting. TDM to IP AGC Min Gain -15 This setting is the default setting. Allow T.38 ECM Faxes Off Transmit Small T4 ECM T.38 Packets On This setting is the default setting. Enable T.38 Spoofing On This setting is the default setting. TSI Removal Off This setting is the default setting. CSI Removal Off This setting is the default setting. NSF Removal Off This setting is the default setting. DIS Removal Off This setting is the default setting. T.38 Packet Loss Concealment Method White_Line This setting is the default setting. T.38 UDPTL Redundancy Count for Fax Page Data 2 This setting is the default setting. T.38 UDPTL Redundancy Count for T.30 Messages 2 This setting is the default setting. Fax Transmit Level (dBm) -10 This setting is the default setting. Maximum UDPTL Packet Size 512 This setting is the default setting. Maximum Live Answer Time 2600 This setting is the default setting. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway DSP settings 22
  25. 25. Field Suggested setting Setting for your organization's media gateway Minimum Live Answer Time 120 This setting is the default setting. Maximum Silence after Voice has been Detected 900 The default setting is 500. Maximum Time to Wait for Voice 4000 This setting is the default setting. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway DSP settings 23
  26. 26. Postconfiguration tasks 5 After you configure the Dialogic® media gateway, you use the Dialogic web UI to perform the TDM Interface Test to verify that the media gateway can communicate with your organization's PBX. You use this test to send a call to your organization's PBX and verify that the PBX receives the call. You include the DNIS, CPND, and ANI. For more information, see the documentation from Dialogic. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Postconfiguration tasks 24
  27. 27. Glossary 6 AES Advanced Encryption Standard AGC automatic gain control ANI Automatic Number Identification B-channel bearer channel BlackBerry MVS BlackBerry® Mobile Voice System BOOTP Bootstrap Protocol CPND Calling Party Name Display CRCMF cyclic redundancy check multiframe CSI Called Subscriber Identification DIS digital identification signal DNIS Dialed Number Identification Service DNS A Domain Name System (DNS) is an Internet database that translates domain names that are meaningful and recognizable by people into the numeric IP addresses that the Internet uses. DSP digital signal processing ECM Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Glossary 25
  28. 28. error correction mode ESF extended superframe format FAC feature access code HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTPS Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Sockets Layer IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IP Internet Protocol ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN-PRI Integrated Services Digital Network Primary Rate Interface LAN A local area network (LAN) is a computer network shared by a group of computers in a small area, such as an office building. Any computer in this network can communicate with another computer that is part of the same network. MKI Master Key Index MWI message waiting indicator NSF Network Specific Facility PBX Private Branch Exchange PCM pulse code modulation Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Glossary 26
  29. 29. PRI Primary Rate Interface QoS Quality of Service QSIG Q Signaling RFC Request for Comments RTP Real-time Transport Protocol SHA Secure Hash Algorithm SIP Session Initiation Protocol SIPS Session Initiation Protocol Secure SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol SNR signal-to-noise ratio SNTP Simple Network Time Protocol SRTP Secure Real-time Transport Protocol SSL Secure Sockets Layer TCP Transmission Control Protocol TDM time-division multiplexing Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Glossary 27
  30. 30. TLS Transport Layer Security TSI Transmitting Subscriber Identification UDP User Datagram Protocol UDPTL User Datagram Protocol Transport Layer URI Uniform Resource Identifier VLAN virtual local area network VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Glossary 28
  31. 31. Provide feedback 7 To provide feedback on this deliverable, visit www.blackberry.com/docsfeedback. Configuration Note for Dialogic Media Gateway Provide feedback 29
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