Cisco ICS 7750 Installation and Configuration Guide, 2.6.0
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

access control list

See ACL

accessing

ASI, MRP, and SSP cards, using Cisco IOS CLI 5-11

backup utility 5-25

CallManager 5-8

Cisco ICS 7750 5-2

ICSConfig 5-4

SAP card5-3, 5-12to 5-14

SPE310s with Telnet 5-11

SPE desktop, using Terminal Services Client 5-3

System Manager 5-5

ACL

applying to interfaces 6-129

description 6-126

design 6-126

examples6-127to 6-129

filtering traffic with 6-129

administrator password 4-23

analog station interface card

See ASI card

antistatic strap, resistance value 2-3

application command, in MGCP 6-97, 6-102

ASI160 card 1-6

ASI81 card 1-5

ASI card

accessing, using CLI 5-11

ASI160, PVDM requirements B-3

codec options 6-9

connections 3-27

default DSP software images B-1

features 6-7

PVDM requirements (table)B-4to B-13

removing 8-2

setting date and time6-3to 6-5

asynchronous/synchronous serial interface, configuring 6-28, 7-2

authentication 6-123

authorization 6-123

availability, power supplies 3-31

B

background explicit congestion notification

See BECN

backup

CallManager 5-24

CallManager data 6-138

scheduling5-25to 5-27

system data5-23to 5-28

using Backup Now5-27to 5-28

utility, accessing 5-25

backup power 1-8

BC 7-42

BE 7-42

BECN 6-69

best practices

Cisco IOS 5-17

DHCP 5-15

System Manager5-16to 5-18

blackout 2-9

blinking lights 2-11

BOOTP 5-15

branch circuit 2-10

brownout 2-9

browser, configuring4-8to 4-10

C

cables

determining distances2-15to 2-16

evaluating 2-13

planning for installation2-14to 2-15

termination points 2-17

cabling

cascaded Catalyst switches4-35to 4-37

GigaStack GBIC ports4-35to 4-37

guidelines2-13to 2-17

UPS 3-30

CallManager

accessing 5-8

backing up data 6-138

backup 5-24

configuration checklist6-132to 6-137

configuring6-130to 6-137

configuring download to MGCP gateway6-105to 6-106

definition 5-2

differences on Cisco ICS 7750 6-131

documentation xxiii

installing 4-34

MGCP gateway, configuring for use with6-103to 6-104

MOH 6-132

name configuration 6-131

server automatically configured 6-131

card ports, connecting3-18to 3-29

cards, number of ports on1-4to 1-7

Catalyst 3500 Series XL documentation xxiv

Catalyst 3524 PWR-XL 1-8

Catalyst 3524-PWR XL 2-10

Catalyst switches, stacking3-8to 3-9

caution, described xxii

ccm-manager command 6-103

ccm-manager redundant host command 6-103

ccm-manager switchback command 6-104

ccm-manager switchover-to-backup command 6-104

chassis dimensions 3-2

chassis placement 2-13

chassis-to-switch attachment brackets 3-8

CIR 6-68, 6-69

circuit, branch 2-10

circuit breaker panel 2-10

circuit breakers 2-9

Cisco CallManager

See CallManager

Cisco Customer Response Applications, documentation xxiv

Cisco IOS

best practices 5-17

documentation xxv

new commands6-17to 6-18

software release on ASI, MRP, or SSP cards, determining with CLI 5-11

software release on SSP card, determining with System Manager 5-7

upgrading images using ICS System Manager8-20to 8-21

upgrading images using the CLI 8-22

versions preinstalled 1-9

Cisco IP Phone, connecting 4-39

Cisco Network Registrar

See CNR

Cisco Unity, documentation 6-140

Cisco Unity Voice Messaging, documentation xxiv

CiscoWorks2000

description 6-146

LAN Management Solution6-147to 6-149

Routed WAN Management Solution6-150to 6-151

Service Management Solution 6-152

CLI

accessing on ASI, MRP, and SSP cards 5-11

definition 5-3

determing software release on ASI, MRP, or SSP cards 5-11

clock rate settings 6-29

clock set command 6-5

clock timezone command 6-4

CNR 5-15

codec complexity 6-13

codecs

choosing6-20to 6-21

delay introduced by 6-12

G.711 6-10

G.723.1 6-10

G.726 6-11

G.729 6-11

G.729a 6-11

interoperability 6-11

options on MRPs and ASIs (table) 6-9

transcoding 6-24

voice compression algorithms 6-9

command conventions xxii

command-line interface

See CLI

commands

async default routing 7-2

async mode dedicated 7-2

channel-group 7-7

clockrate 7-2

controller t1 7-7, 7-39

copy running-config startup-config 5-19

cptone 6-57

dce-terminal-timing-enable 7-3

destination-pattern 6-41, 7-30

dial-peer voice 7-30, 7-36

dial-type 6-57

direct-inward dial 7-36

enable 5-19

fair-queue 7-43

framing 7-7, 7-39

half-duplex timer 6-29

half-duplex timer cts-delay 6-29

half-duplex timer cts-drop-timeout 6-29

half-duplex timer dcd-drop-delay 6-29, 7-2

half-duplex timer dcd-txstart-delay 6-29

half-duplex timer rts-drop-delay 6-29

half-duplex timer rts-timeout 6-29

half-duplex timer transmit-delay 6-29

invert-txc 7-3

ip rsvp bandwidth 6-85, 7-42

ip rtp compression connections 6-88, 7-44

ip rtp header-compression 6-88, 7-44

ip rtp header-compression iphc-format 7-44

ip rtp reserve 7-43

isdn spid 6-34

isdn switch-type 7-4, 7-36, 7-39

line async 7-2

memory-size iomem 7-5

multilink virtual-template 7-44

num-exp 7-31

operation 6-57

physical-layer async 7-2

ping 7-62

port 7-30

ppp multilink 7-43

ppp multilink fragment-delay 7-43

ppp multilink interleave 7-43

req-qos controlled-load 7-43

service-module t1 framing 7-6

service-module t1 linecode 7-6

session target 7-30

show controllers 7-58

show controller t1 7-56, 7-58

show dialplan number 7-29

show interfaces 7-58

show num-exp 7-29

show protocols 7-58

show running-config 7-58, 7-59

show version 7-56

show voice dsp 6-21, 6-26

signal 6-57

tdm connected 6-17

tdm multichannel 6-17

type 6-57

committed burst

See BC

committed information rate

See CIR

community strings, SNMP 4-22

COM Port Manager, in System Manager 5-6

conduit ground, using 2-11

configuration, saving 5-19

configuration wizard

See ICSConfig

configuring

asynchronous/synchronous serial interface 6-28, 7-2

CallManager6-130to 6-137

dial plans 6-40

DID6-53to 6-54

download of CallManager information to MGCP gateway6-105to 6-106

E&M interface 6-56

Fast Ethernet ports 6-27

fax over IP6-114to 6-117

Frame Relay for VoIP 6-68

FXO interface 6-55

FXS interface 6-44, 7-29, 7-32, 7-33

IP networks for real-time voice traffic 6-78

ISDN BRI interface6-30, 7-4to 7-5

ISDN for voice6-63to 6-68

ISDN PRI voice interfaces6-66to 6-67

ISDN signaling backhaul on MGCP6-109to 6-113

low-latency queuing6-80to 6-83

MFT-T1 CAS 6-59

MGCP6-94to 6-118

MGCP with CallManager6-103to 6-104

multilink PPP interleaving 6-85

RGW with MGCP6-101to 6-103

RSVP for voice 6-84

RTP 6-86

serial interfaces7-2to 7-3

SSP 6-119

T1 (FT1) WAN interface 6-34, 7-5

T1 and E1 VWIC interfaces7-7to 7-8

T1 and fractional T1 interfaces7-5to 7-6

T1 CAS for MGCP6-107to 6-109

TGW with MGCP6-96to 6-100

weighted fair queuing 6-83

connecting

Cisco IP Phone 4-39

modem4-39to 4-47

power3-30to 3-31

switches to chassis3-8to 3-9

to card ports3-18to 3-29

console port, connecting to 3-28

controller t1 command, in MGCP 6-96

conventions, command xxii

cooling the system 2-7

D

data link connection identifier

See DLCI

date

setting on MRP and ASI cards6-3to 6-5

setting on SPE310 cards 6-2

default gateway, IP address 4-19

delay

definition 6-12

propagation 6-12

serialization 6-12

desktop mounting3-6to 3-9

DHCP

best practices 5-15

enabling for IP phones 4-16, 4-18

Microsoft DHCP Server 5-15

other DHCP servers 5-16

dial peer

command 7-30

description 6-45

POTS 6-46

VoIP 6-50

dial-peer voice command, in MGCP 6-97, 6-101

dial plans, configuring 6-40

dial-up connection, testing 4-47

DID, configuring6-53to 6-54

digital signal processor

See DSP

digital voice ports, configuring 6-59

dimensions, chassis 3-2

direct-inward-dial command 6-54

Direct Inward Dialing

See DID

DLCI 6-68

DNS, primary IP address 4-19

documentation

CallManager xxiii

Catalyst 3500 Series XL xxiv

Cisco Customer Response Applications xxiv

Cisco IOS xxv

Cisco Unity Voice Messaging xxiv

included xxiii

IP Phones xxiii

power supply, backup xxiv

related xxiii

VIC xxiv

VWIC xxiv

WIC xxiv

ds0-group command, in MGCP 6-97

DSP modules, removing and replacing 8-3

DSPs

choosing DSP firmware6-21to 6-22

configuration rules (table) 6-23

determining how many are needed6-23to 6-24

determining how many are needed for transcoding 6-26

grouping6-15to 6-18

understanding usage for transcoding 6-26

DSP software images, defaults B-1

dust, effects of 2-13

E

E&M

configuring 6-56

description 6-38

E1 PRI 6-39

E1 VIC, connection 3-27

E1 VWIC, connection 3-27

E1 VWIC interfaces, configuring7-7to 7-8

E1 WIC, connection 3-27

earth ground 2-12

electricity, static 2-12

electromagnetic interference

See EMI

electrostatic discharge (ESD), preventing 2-3

electrostatic discharge, preventing

See ESD, preventing

EMI 2-6

enable password 4-22

environmental requirements 2-12

ESD, preventing 2-3

Event Manager, default settings, configuring4-26to 4-29

Event Manager, in System Manager 5-6

excess burst

See BE

extension cords, using 2-13

F

Fancy Queuing 6-78

Fan Manager, in System Manager 5-6

fans, location 1-8

Fast Ethernet, configuring ports 6-27

fax over IP, configuring6-114to 6-117

firewall

defined 6-124

setting up 6-124

flooring 2-13

floor loading 2-8

foreign exchange office

See FXO

Foreign Exchange Office (FXO) card, connection 3-27

foreign exchange station

See FXS

Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) card, connection 3-27

fractional T1 interfaces, configuring7-5to 7-6

Frame Relay for VoIP

configuring 6-68

example 6-69

FXO

configuring 6-55

described 6-38

FXS

configuring 6-44, 7-29, 7-32, 7-33

described 6-38

G

G.711 6-10

G.723.1 6-10

G.726 6-11

G.729 6-11

G.729a 6-11

Gigabit cascade configuration4-35to 4-37

grounding

chassis 2-12

configurations3-15to 3-16

lug, location (illustration) 3-17

procedure3-16to 3-18

receptacles 2-9

third-wire 2-11

ground start 6-61

guidelines

installation2-25to 2-28

power supply3-10to 3-13

H

H.3236-89to 6-90

hardware

cards1-4to 1-7

components 1-2

system configuration (illustration) 1-3

high-complexity DSP software images 6-9, B-1

host name

changing4-32to 4-34

guidelines 4-33

humidity 2-12

I

ICSConfig

accessing 5-4

collecting information for4-3to 4-6

description 5-2

PC requirements 2-18

running4-12to 4-32

saving configuration 4-30

tasks 5-17

ICS System Manager

See System Manager

immediate start 6-61

information required for initial configuration4-3to 4-6

initial configuration program

See ICSConfig

installation

cooling guidelines 2-7

floor loading 2-8

guidelines2-25to 2-28

placement guidelines 2-7

power and grounding2-8to 2-12

safety warnings2-2to 2-3

verifying 3-32

weight distribution in rack 2-8

Internet Explorer, configuring4-9to 4-10

IOS

See Cisco IOS

IP address

changing 4-14, 4-16

default gateway 4-19

DNS, primary 4-19

PC, configuring4-7to 4-8

pool for IP phones 4-17

pool for system cards 4-15

SPE, determining5-22to 5-23

TFTP server 4-18, 6-131

WINS server 4-19

IP Phones, documentation xxiii

IP phones, IP address 4-17

ISDN

configuring for voice6-63to 6-68

switch types 6-65

ISDN BRI

configuring interface7-4to 7-5

configuring interfaces 6-30

description 6-38, 6-63

ISDN PRI

configuring voice interfaces6-66to 6-67

description 6-64

ISDN signaling backhaul, configuring on MGCP6-109to 6-113

ISDN switch types 6-31

L

LEDs, verifying installation with 3-32

lighting 2-13

line filter 2-10

login password 4-22

low-latency queuing, configuring6-80to 6-83

M

maximum transmission unit

See MTU

Media Gateway Control Protocol

See MGCP

medium-complexity DSP software images 6-9, B-1

memory modules, removing and replacing 8-3

MFT-T1 CAS

configuring 6-59

description 6-39

signaling systems 6-60

MGCP

application command 6-97, 6-102

blocking new calls 6-114

CallManager, configuring for use with6-103to 6-104

ccm-manager MGCP command 6-103

ccm-manager redundant host command 6-103

ccm-manager switchback command 6-104

ccm-manager switchover-to-backup command 6-104

command settings 6-117

configuring6-94to 6-118

controller t1 command 6-96

description6-90to 6-92

dial-peer voice command 6-97, 6-101

download of information from CallManager6-105to 6-106

ds0-group command 6-97

fax over IP, configuration of6-114to 6-117

gateway types supported 6-92

ISDN PRI backhaul, description of 6-92

ISDN signaling backhaul, configuring on6-109to 6-113

mgcp block-newcalls command 6-114

mgcp call-agent command 6-96, 6-101

mgcp command 6-96, 6-101

mgcp default-package command 6-99, 6-102

mgcp dtmf-relay command 6-99

mgcp package-capability command 6-98, 6-102

mgcp restart-delay command 6-98

mgcp sdp simple command 6-99, 6-103

multicast music-on-hold

description 6-93

enabling 6-117

RGW, configuring6-101to 6-103

sample configuration7-8to 7-27

T1 CAS, configuring for6-107to 6-109

TGW, configuring6-96to 6-100

mgcp block-newcalls command 6-114

mgcp call-agent command 6-96, 6-101

mgcp command 6-96

mgcp command, in MGCP 6-101

mgcp default-package command 6-99, 6-102

mgcp dtmf-relay command 6-99

mgcp package-capability command 6-98, 6-102

mgcp restart-delay command 6-98

mgcp sdp simple command 6-99, 6-103

MIB, SNMP 5-3

modem

connecting4-39to 4-47

data compression setting 4-42

dial-up connection, testing 4-47

error correction setting 4-42

initialization string 4-40

initializing for an SAP card 4-42

MOH 6-132

Monitor, in System Manager 5-6

monitoring tools, System Manager 5-6

mounting the system

in a rack3-4to 3-6

on a desktop3-6to 3-9

MRP

saving configuration 5-19

supported WICs and VICs 6-8

MRP200 card 1-4

MRP300 card 1-5

MRP3-16FXS card 1-6

MRP3-8FXOM1 card 1-7

MRP3-8FXS card 1-6

MRP card

accessing, using CLI 5-11

codec options 6-9

connections 3-27

default DSP software images B-1

features 6-6, 6-7

MRP3-16FXS, PVDM requirements B-3

PVDM requirements (table)B-4to B-13

removing and replacing 8-2

setting date and time6-3to 6-5

MTU 6-68

multicast music-on-hold

description 6-93

enabling 6-117

multilink PPP Interleaving 6-85

music on hold

See MOH

N

Netscape Communicator, configuring 4-8

network management, third-party applications 6-153

Network Time Protocol

See NTP

new Cisco IOS commands6-17to 6-18

noise, power 2-10

note, described xxii

NTP 6-139

number expansion

command 6-41

configuring 7-29

table 6-42

O

organization, document xx

P

packet filter

defined 6-125

setting up 6-125

packet voice/data modules

See PVDM

pager number 4-28

password

enable 4-22

login 4-22

rules 4-21

System Manager admin 4-25

Windows 2000 administrator 4-23

PC, IP address for4-7to 4-8

PC requirements 2-18

peripheral equipment, documentation (table) 2-25

permanent virtual circuit

See PVC

planning cable installation 2-14

ports, number per card1-4to 1-7

POTS dial peer 6-46

power

circuit protection 2-9

configuration with five Catalyst switches (illustration) 3-11

connecting3-30to 3-31

fluctuation 2-11

outage 2-11

reasons for outages 2-11

recommended configuration3-10to 3-11, 3-30

power and grounding2-8to 2-12

power consumption, systemA-1to A-4

power cord 2-13

power spike 2-9

power strip 2-11

power supply

backup 1-8

configurations (table)3-12to 3-13

guidelines3-10to 3-13

location in chassis 1-8

power supply, backup, documentation xxiv

power surge 2-9

power transient 2-10

propagation delay 6-12

publications

See documentation

PVC 6-68

PVDM

DSPs 6-8

guidelines 6-19

requirements on ASI160 and MRP3-16FXS cards B-3

requirements on ASI and MRP cards (table)B-4to B-13

Q

QoS

description 6-78

tools

listed 6-79

multilink PPP Interleaving 6-85

RSVP 6-84

RTP header compression 6-86

weighted fair queuing 6-83

quality of service

See QoS

R

rack mounting3-4to 3-6

Random Early Detection

See RED

Real-Time Transport Protocol

See RTP

receptacles 2-9

RED 6-78

redundant power supply

See RPS 300

regulatory compliance 2-28

remote System Manager dial-up8-4to 8-6

removing

memory, DSP, and VPN modules 8-3

MRP and ASI cards 8-2

SPE310 cards 8-2

required tools 2-17

requirements, environmental 2-12

residential gateway

See RGW

Resource Reservation Protocol

See RSVP

restoring system data8-7to 8-18

RGW, configuring6-101to 6-103

routing, wire 2-16

RPS 300 1-8, 2-10, 3-30

RSVP

configuring for voice 6-84

enabling 6-85

RTP 6-86

S

safety standards 2-28

SAP card

accessing5-12to 5-14

connecting legacy voice mail system 3-29

connecting to the console port 3-28

connections to COM ports 3-29

connection to UPS 3-29

definition 1-7

initializing the modem 4-42

remote access to System Manager 3-29

saving configuration 5-19

scenarios, TDM clocking6-70to6-75, 7-45to 7-56

security

considerations 6-123

firewall 6-124

setting privileges 5-30

Security, in System Manager 5-6

serial interfaces, configuring7-2to 7-3

serialization delay 6-12

shutting down the system5-31to 5-32

signaling types

E&M 6-38

E1 PRI 6-39

FXS/FXO 6-38

ISDN BRI 6-38

MFT-T1 CAS 6-39

T1 PRI 6-39

SMTP server 4-27

SNMP

community strings 4-22

configuring 4-22

MIB 5-3

Software Upgrade, in System Manager 5-6

SPE310 card

accessing 5-9

accessing with Terminal Services Client 5-9

definition 1-4

SPE310 cards

removing and replacing 8-2

restoring data8-7to 8-18

setting date and time 6-2

SPE310 running System Manager, changing host name4-32to 4-34

SPE card

determining IP address5-22to 5-23

lithium battery warning 2-3

spoofing 6-129

SSP

configuring 6-119

features 6-118

overview 6-118

SSP card

accessing, using CLI 5-11

connections 3-28

definition 1-7

SSP Manager, in System Manager 5-5

stacking Catalyst switches3-8to 3-9

star-wired switch configuration4-37to 4-39

static electricity, effects of 2-12

sunlight, effects of 2-13

surge suppressor 2-11

switches 1-8

switch types, ISDN 6-31, 6-65

syslog server 4-29

system, power consumptionA-1to A-4

system cards, in which slots to install 2-27

system cards, IP address 4-15

system data, backing up5-23to 5-28

system hardware configuration illustration 1-3

System Maintenance, in System Manager 5-6

System Manager

accessing 5-5

best practices5-16to 5-18

configuring for remote dial-up8-4to 8-6

definition 5-2

determining version of 5-7

navigating in 5-5

restoring data8-7to 8-18

using to determine Cisco IOS software release on SSP card 5-7

System Manager admin password 4-25

System Manager software, remote access to 3-29

System Setup, in System Manager 5-5

T

T1

See MFT-T1 CAS, MFT-T1 WIC, T1 (FT1) WIC

T1 (FT1) WIC 6-34, 7-5

T1 CAS, configuring for MGCP6-107to 6-109

T1 interfaces, configuring7-5to 7-6

T1 PRI 6-39

T1 VIC, connection 3-27

T1 VWIC, connection 3-27

T1 VWIC interfaces, configuring7-7to 7-8

T1 WIC, connection 3-27

TDM clock

configuring 6-36

scenarios6-70to6-75, 7-45to 7-56

Telnet, accessing SPE310s with 5-11

temperature 2-12

terminal emulation interfaces 5-3

Terminal Services Client

accesing SPE310 cards with 5-9

download 5-3

installing 4-10

use of on the ICS 7750 5-3

TFTP server, IP address 4-18, 6-131

TGW, configuring6-96to 6-100

third-wire ground 2-11

time

setting on MRP and ASI cards6-3to 6-5

setting on SPE310 cards 6-2

tools, required 2-17

traffic shaping in Frame Relay 6-69

transcoding 6-24

choosing DSP firmware for 6-26

deciding when to use 6-25

determining how many DSPs are needed for 6-26

understanding DSP usage for 6-26

transient suppressor 2-11

trunking gateway

See TGW

turning on the system3-30to 3-31

U

uninterruptible power supply

See UPS

unpacking, box 2-21

upgrading

Cisco IOS images using ICS System Manager8-20to 8-21

Cisco IOS images using the CLI 8-22

UPS

connecting to SAP card 3-29

described 1-8

purpose 2-10

recommended power configuration 3-30

V

verifying box contents 2-23

verifying system installation 3-32

vibration 2-12

VIC

configuring

E&M 6-56

FXO 6-55

FXS 6-44, 7-29, 7-32, 7-33

MFT-T1 CAS 6-59

connecting to PSTN 6-39

connection 3-27

description 6-38

documentation xxiv

supported on MRP 6-8

VLANs

backing up VLAN configuration 5-30

MRP, configuration on6-76to 6-78

restoring VLAN configuration 8-18

SSP, configuration on6-122to 6-123

SSP, copying images 8-19

voice interface card

See VIC

voice mail

direct serial connection6-141to 6-146

legacy system, connecting to SAP card 3-29

voice ports

E&M

configuring 6-56

described 6-38

E1 PRI 6-39

FXO

configuring 6-55

description 6-38

FXS

configuring 6-44, 7-29, 7-32, 7-33

description 6-38

ISDN BRI 6-38

MFT-T1 CAS

configuring 6-59

description 6-39

T1 PRI 6-39

voice WAN interface card

See VWIC

VoIP, Frame Relay, configuring for 6-68

VoIP dial peer 6-50

VPN modules, removing and replacing 8-3

VWIC

connection 3-27

documentation xxiv

types of 6-8

W

WAN interface card

See WIC

web browser, configuring4-8to 4-10

weight distribution 2-8

weighted fair queuing 6-83

Weighted Random Early Detection 6-78

See WRED

WIC

configuring

asynchronous/synchronous serial 6-28, 7-2

ISDN BRI 6-30

T1 (FT1) 6-34, 7-5

connection 3-27

documentation xxiv

supported on MRP 6-8

Windows 2000 interface, accessing SPE310 Windows 2000 interface 5-9

wink start 6-60

WINS server, IP address 4-19

wire routing 2-16

WRED 6-78