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Appendix: Application Note for the Ericsson MD-110 Serial PIMG Integration
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Application Note for the Ericsson MD-110 Serial PIMG Integration

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Application Note for the Ericsson MD-110 Serial PIMG Integration

Network Topology

Requirements

Programming the Ericsson MD-100 Phone System for the Serial Integration


Application Note for the Ericsson MD-110 Serial PIMG Integration


This is an application note for programming the Ericsson MD-110 phone system for a serial MD-110 integration with Cisco Unity Connection by using analog PIMG units. For instructions on setting up the PIMG units and creating the integration in Cisco Unity Connection, see Chapter 11, "Setting Up a Serial (SMDI, MCI, or MD-110) PIMG Integration with Cisco Unity Connection."

This appendix contains the following sections:

Network Topology

Requirements

Programming the Ericsson MD-100 Phone System for the Serial Integration

Network Topology

Figure B-1 shows the required connections for a serial MD-110 integration by using analog PIMG units.

Figure B-1 Connections for a Serial MD-110 Integration by Using Analog PIMG Units

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

Requirements

The Ericsson MD-110 phone system met the following requirements:

The Ericsson MD-110 phone system.

Software level BC6 or later.

Programming the Ericsson MD-100 Phone System for the Serial Integration

The following programming instructions are provided as an example of a functioning integration. 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 Ericsson MD-110 Phone System in a Serial Integration

1. Check the software version on the phone system and the country variant that is configured. This information may be useful for troubleshooting problems with the integration. For example:

<cadap;                          ==> Check the software version and Country variant
CALENDAR DATA

IDENTITY=ACM1
VERSION=CXP1010101/4/TSWSP02/R3A ==> 01 == Standard Application

2. Configure the analog extensions for the voice messaging ports similarly to the following example:

<excap:dir=1063&1064;            ==> print analog extension
EXTENSION CATEGORY FIELDS

DIR       TRAF      SERV        CDIV       ROC       TRM       ADC        BSEC
1063      00151515  0201120600  000151000  000001    0         010001701  0
1064      00151515  0201120600  000151000  000001    0         010001701  0

3. Configure the hunt group number for the voice messaging ports on the PIMG units similarly to the following example:

<vmpop:grp=all;                  ==> print VM HuntGroup number
VOICE MAIL GROUP DATA
GRP      IFCIND
4500     1

4. Associate the voice messaging port extensions with the hunt group number similarly to the following example:

<vmpop:dir=all;                  ==> print VM port DN associated with the HuntGroup 
number
VOICE MAIL PORT DATA
DIR      PORT     IFCIND
1063     1063     1
1064     1064     1

5. Configure the voice mail function information similarly to the following:

<vmfup:ifcind=1;                 ==> print VM function information
VOICE MAIL FUNCTION DATA
IFCIND   VMF    POFMT
1        EXTN3  4

6. Configure the I/O device interface for voice mail similarly to the following:

<ioddp;                          ==> print I/O Device interface
I/O DEVICE DATA
NODE           IODEV/SUBFS     BPOS/EQU    I/O-BUS TYPE/USAGE    STATUS    AUTH
SYSN           V-MAIL          001-0-60-3  -       OUT           IN SERVICE

7. Configure the I/O device function for voice mail similarly to the following example:

<iofdp;                          ==> print I/O Device Function
I/O FUNCTIONS DEFINITION
IODEV            TRD         NDC              CALLS  WAIT  DELAY  SUPER
V-MAIL           BOTH                           2     30      5  YES

8. Configure the serial connection parameters for voice mail similarly to the following example:

<ioifp;                          ==> print I/O Device serial interface parameters VM
I/O INTERFACE CHARACTERISTICS
IODEV           IFACE   BAUDR    WORDL   PARITY  STPBIT  PROC
SYSTERMINAL     V24       ALL     8      NONE     1      ECHO
V-MAIL          V24      9600     8      NONE     1      ECHO

9. Configure MWIs to be sent over the serial cable similarly to the following example:

<icmwp:sid=1;                    ==> print MWI ext using on serial interface
INFORMATION COMPUTER MESSAGE WAITING DATA
SID  DTXT            KFCN DIG
1    4500            MWC  4500

10. Configure the filler information similarly to the following example:

<ICFUP:ifcind=1;                 ==> print the filler information
INFORMATION COMPUTER COMMON FUNCTIONS DATA

MESSAGE WAITING FUNCTIONALITY IS ALL

INFORMATION COMPUTER EQUIPMENT DATA

IFCIND  IODEV           EQU          RATE   DFMT  UPDFCN  PARITY  CCHECK
1       V-MAIL                              4     YES
                      FILLER=48     ICEXG=NONE     USER=NONE

11. Configure the hookflash timer similarly to the following example:

<aspap:parnum=253;               ==> print Hookflash timer
APPLICATION SYSTEM PARAMETERS
PARNUM     PARVAL
   253        110

12. Configure the on-hook timer similarly to the following example:

<aspap:parnum=252;            ==> print On-hook timer
APPLICATION SYSTEM PARAMETERS
PARNUM     PARVAL
   252        225