Mike's PBX Cookbook

1120e TNB Record

PBX configuration

IP phones are built on a Virtual Superloop (loop 252 in this example) without worrying about where they go on a physical card or punch block. You will plug the phones LAN cable(s) into a layer 2 data switch on the PBX's TLAN subnet.

Create a Virtual superloop, if not already:

LD 97

REQ  chg
TYPE supl               
SUPL v252        - v: add a 'virtual' superloop

Avaya recommends programming Phantom and Virtual superloops from the highest loop number backward.
Phantom superloops are for 500 type phones. Virtual superloops are for IP phones and trunks, and what we need here.

If 252 is our virtual superloop, the TN range is: 252 (0-1) (0-15) (0-31). There are 32 units (0-31) per virtual line card, 16 line cards (0-15) per virtual shelf, and 2 virtual shelves (0-1). Therefore, a maximum of 1024 units are supported per virtual superloop.

Create a set:

LD 11

REQ: new
TYPE: 1120
TN   252 0 0 0   - Build IP Sets on a virtual superloop
DES              - Enter a Station Designator
CUST 0
NUID 
NHTN 
KEM 
ZONE 1           - Use a unique MO zone for phones, see note below.
ERL 
ECL 
FDN  
TGAR 5
LDN  
NCOS 5           - Set a suitable TGAR and NCOS
RNPG 
SSU  
SGRP 
CLS  UNR LNA     - Class of Service options
HUNT 
SCI  
PLEV 
DANI 
AST  
IAPG 
MLWU_LANG 
MLNG DNDR 
KEY 00 scr 3000  - Key 00 Single Call Ringing DN, the phones number
  MARP
  CPND   
VMB 
KEY              - Hit enter until back at the REQ prompt.

See 1120e Soft Keys for more information on programming keys. Personal Directories (PD) must be enabled on the Node in order for last number redial and caller log Soft Keys to appear. Check the Signalling Server settings (in Element Manager) if necessary.

The Zone configuration will allow automatic CODEC selection depending on bandwidth availability. It should ideally have an Intrazone Stragegy = BQ (Best Quality), and Intent = MO (Best Quality). IP phones should always be in their own zone. Do NOT use zone zero.

Phone configuration

1.Plug in the IP phone.
2.Wait until a little NORTEL or AVAYA appears in the lower left of the screen.
3.Press from left to right in sequence the four wide grey keys under the lcd window to enter the menu.
Note: Later units use the sequence: 2, 6, 5, 6, 7, *, 7, 3, 8, Down
4.Use defaults except for the following (all IP addresses are in the TLAN)
  • dhcp = no
  • Set IP = An address in the TLAN subnet
  • Netmask = eg, 255.255.255.0
  • Gateway = TLAN Gateway address (eg, x.x.x.254)
  • S1 IP = Node address (IP address where the set should register)
  • S2 IP = Node address (Alternate registration point, incase the primary is not available)
  • tftp IP = Node address (a source for firmware updates)
  • Disable PC port: Checked.

The set will restart, and hopefully register. If successful, you will be prompted to enter the Node ID and set TN. A firmware download will probably then occur, after which the set will re-boot and be ready for use. If deploying several sets, refer to: Auto Provisioning.

1120 IP phone

A more detailed list of the (default) phone settings follows:

SettingDescription
EAP Enable:unchecked
Enable 802.1ab LLDP:unchecked
DHCP:no
Set IP:within the TLAN subnet
NETMSK:255.255.255.0
Gateway:x.x.x.254
S1 IP:TLAN NODE address
Port:4100
S1 Action:1 Retry: 10
S1 PK:fffffffffff
S2 IP:Second TLAN NODE address, if applicable. Used for SRG or BCMs.
Port:4100
S2 Action:Retry:
S2 PK:fffffffff
Network Port Speed:Auto
Disable Voice 802.1Q:unchecked
VoiceLan:No vlan
Ctrl Priority bits:Auto
Media Priority bits:Auto
Disable PC port:Checked
Ignore Garp:unchecked
Enable PSK SRTP:unchecked
XAS IP:0.0.0.0
Graphical XAS:unchecked
TFTP IP:node IP
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