1120e TNB Record
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 network/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.
Manual configuration is only necessary is cases where there's no DHCP server!
- Plug in the IP phone.
- Wait until NORTEL or AVAYA appears in the lower left of the screen.
- Press from left to right in sequence, the four keys under the display to enter the menu.
Note: Later units use the sequence: 2, 6, 5, 6, 7, *, 7, 3, 8, Down
- Accept default settings, except for the following:
Setting Description dhcp: no Set IP: Phones IP 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) tftp IP: Node address (or other source of 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.
In installations with a DHCP server, the phone will automatically aquire an IP address, and prompt for Node ID and set TN.
- Configuration settings are by default "sticky", eg, persistant unless changed.
- If a phone fails to automatically register, try resetting it: * * 7 3 6 3 9 <MAC> # #
- the MAC address is printed on the label on the underside on the phone.
- as the number is HEX, press 2 for A, B or C, and 3 for D, E, or F.
1120 IP phone
A more detailed list of the (default) phone settings follows:
Setting Description EAP Enable: unchecked (Extensible Authentication Protocol: disabled) Enable 802.1ab LLDP: unchecked (Link Layer Discovery Protocol: disabled) DHCP: no (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol: disabled) Set IP: within the TLAN subnet NETMSK: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: x.x.x.254 S1 IP: Primary NODE IP address (TLAN) Port: 4100 S1 Action: Retry: 10 S1 PK: fffffffffff S2 IP: Alternate NODE IP, 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: Primary NODE IP (TLAN address), or TFTP server address