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Application Note for the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX TIMG Integration
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Application Note for the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX TIMG Integration

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Application Note for the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX TIMG Integration

Network Topology

Requirements

Programming the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX Phone System for the TIMG Integration


Application Note for the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX TIMG Integration


This is an application note for programming the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX phone system for a serial SMDI integration with Cisco Unity Connection by using TIMG units. For instructions on setting up the TIMG units (media gateways) and creating the integration in Cisco Unity Connection, see Chapter 5 "Setting Up a Serial (SMDI, MCI, or MD-110) TIMG Integration with Cisco Unity Connection."

This appendix contains the following sections:

Network Topology

Requirements

Programming the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX Phone System for the TIMG Integration

Network Topology

Figure B-1 shows the required connections for a serial SMDI integration by using TIMG units.

Figure B-1 Connections for a Serial SMDI TIMG Integration

For more information about this integration, see Chapter 1 "Introduction."

Requirements

The phone system met the following requirements:

The NEC NEAX 2400 IMX phone system.

MCI feature II.

One T1 digital trunk interface card (card number PA-24DTR/DLI) for each group of 24 voice messaging ports.

Note that the following requirements for the T1 digital trunk interface card before programming the phone system:

The firmware must be configured to support T1 line-side signaling.

The card must be validated.

Programming the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX Phone System for the TIMG Integration

The following programming instructions are provided as an example. The specific programming for your phone system may vary depending on its configuration.


Caution In programming the phone system, do not send calls to voice messaging ports in Cisco Unity Connection that cannot answer calls (voice messaging ports that are not set to Answer Calls). For example, if a voice messaging port is set only to Perform Message Notification, do not send calls to it.

Example of Programming for the NEC NEAX 2400 IMX Phone System in a TIMG Integration

1. Use the AUCD command to program the phone system to send UCD call information to MCI. Assign a value of "0" to the "MCI Data Transfer" field for the applicable tenant and UCD pilot numbers.

2. Use the programming system data table to program the ASYD settings. Each bit is part of a hexadecimal number displayed in the ASYD settings. Convert the hexadecimal number to binary to determine the individual settings.

Table B-1 Programming System Data 

System
Index
Bit
Value
Description

1

17

b4

1

Release (blind) transfer to attendant console

28

b0-4

0

Guard timer not required

b5

1

MWI controlled by MCI

29

b1-7

0/1

No/Yes: Assign I/O port for MCI output

Port 1 = b1, port 2 = b2, and so on

34

b1-4

0

Set output to no parity and 1 stop bit

60

b3

0

UCD queuing required

63

b0

1

Release transfer for stations in service

69

b0

1

No recall, execute call forwarding on no answer

70

b0

1

Called number display, when forwarding to attendant console

78

b0

1

Calling number display enabled

b1

1

Called station status display enabled

238

b0-7

0

Lamp flash rate

246

b3

0

MCI expansion set to normal

400

b2

1

Calling number information sent to MCI

2

6

b0

1

MCI in service when terminating to a UCD group

7

b1

0

MCI out of service when terminating to attendant console


3. Use the programming system data local data table to program the ASYDL settings. Each bit is part of a hexadecimal number displayed in the ASYDL settings. Convert the hexadecimal number to binary to determine the individual settings.

Table B-2 Programming System Data Local Data 

System
Index
Bit
Value
Description

1

641

b1

0/1

0/1: MCI/IMX station number/phone number

832

b0-7

00-FD

Assign the FPC of the node connected to MC

833

b0

0

MWI controlled by MCI


4. Use the ASDT command to add ports that will connect to the first voice messaging port on the first TIMG unit by entering the following settings.

Table B-3 ASDT Command Settings for Adding Ports 

Field
Setting

TN

Enter the tenant number, which is typically 1.

STN

Enter the station number.

TEC

Enter 11 (which sets the port type as "voice mail"). Some sites may require setting this to 3 in order to complete transfers to Virtual Line Groups (AMNO).

RSC

Accept the default (all route options) or enter another route service class.

SFC

Accept the default (all options) or enter another service feature class.


5. In the WRT field, enter Y and press Enter.

6. Repeat Step 4. and Step 5. for all remaining ports that will connect to the voice messaging ports on the TIMG unit.

7. Repeat Step 6. for all remaining TIMG units.

8. Use the ASHU command to add the UCD hunt group access number (a real or virtual extension number) by entering the following settings.

Table B-4 ASHU Command Settings for Adding the Hunt Group Access Number 

Field
Setting

TN

Enter the tenant number, which is typically 1.

STN

Enter the access number. for the hunt group.

Edit STN

Enter the extensions for each voice messaging port on the TIMG units, pressing Enter after each extension.


9. Select Set.