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Alcatel 4400 Rel3.2 PBX with Cisco CallManager (CCM) Using 6608-E1 QSIG Protocol as MGCP Gateway

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Table Of Contents

Application Note

Introduction

Network Topology

Limitations

Calling Name and Number Feature

Call Forwarding

System Components

Hardware Requirements

Software Requirements

Features

Configuring the Alcatel 4400 PBX

Configure "ISO Function" System Parameters

Configure Board

Configure Digital Access Options

Configure Trunk Group

Configure Trunk Detail

Configure T2 Access

Configuring CCM—6608-E1 Gateway Configuration

Enbloc Route Pattern Configuration

Overlap Sending Route Pattern Configuration

References

Appendix A

Alcatel 4400 Software Release

Cisco Catalyst 6000 Switch Configuration

Test Configuration

Appendix B

Test Results


Application Note


Alcatel 4400 Rel3.2 PBX with Cisco CallManager (CCM) Using 6608-E1 QSIG Protocol as MGCP Gateway

This application note illustrates connectivity for Alcatel 4400 Release 3.2 PBX with Cisco CallManager using Cisco 6608-E1 QSIG as MGCP Gateway.

Introduction

Key attributes of the network environment used for this application note:

The network topology diagram shows the test set-up for end-to-end interoperability with the Cisco CallManager (CCM) connected to the PBX via 6608-E1 QSIG link as MGCP Gateway.

Connectivity is achieved by using the PRI ISO QSIG E1 protocol type on the MGCP gateway and ABC-F (ISO version) as protocol type on the Alcatel 4400 PBX.

Basic Calls worked fine in both directions with Calling/Connected Name and Calling Number features support.

Alcatel 4400 PBX does not honor Connected Number Identification Presentation feature. Alcatel phone does not display Connected Number even though CCM is sending the information in the connect message.

Call Forwarding did not work when the IP phone calls an Alcatel phone that is setup to forward to another Alcatel phone.

Network Topology

Figure 1

Network Topology or Test Setup

Limitations

Calling Name and Number Feature

When calling from Alcatel digital phone to Cisco 7960 IP phone, the Cisco IP phone displays Calling Name and Number when the call is answered. Alcatel phone however displays connected Name only, No connected Number when the call is answered. Alcatel does not honor Connected Number Identification Presentation QSIG service even though CCM is sending the Connected Number information in the connect message.

CCM Seaview release does not support sending Alerting Name or Busy Name Identification information.

Call Forwarding

Calls did not complete when the IP phone calls an Alcatel phone that is setup to forward to another Alcatel phone. Alcatel in this case sends Facility IE for 'CallRerouting'. Since CCM3.3 Seaview release does not support CallRerouting, the call is not completed.

System Components

Hardware Requirements

Cisco Hardware:

Cisco Cat6K switch with 6608-E1 Gateway

Cisco CM 3.3

Alcatel 4400 PBX Hardware:

PRA2, 3BA23076- E1 PRI/QSIG

Software Requirements

Alcatel: PBX Software version 3.2

Cisco: Cisco CM 3.3

Features

Key features supported:

Calling Name Identification Presentation

Calling Number Identification Presentation

Calling Number Identification Restriction

Connected Name Identification Presentation

Connected Number Identification Presentation

Honor Calling/Connected Name Identification Restriction

Honor Calling/Connected Number Identification Restriction

Key features not supported:

Sending Alerting Name Identification

Sending Busy Name Identification

Sending Calling/Connected Name Identification Restriction

Sending Connected Number Identification Restriction

Updating Connected Number on Alcatel phone for Basic Calls

Updating Connected Name and Number for Call Transfers

Updating Connected Name and Number for Call Forwarding

Configuring the Alcatel 4400 PBX

Configure in the following sequence:

1. "Configure "ISO Function" System Parameters" on page 4

2. "Configure Board" on page 5

3. "Configure Digital Access Options" on page 10

4. "Configure Trunk Group" on page 12

5. "Configure Trunk Detail" on page 13

6. "Configure T2 Access" on page 15

Configure "ISO Function" System Parameters

Command: \compidea\System::1\Other System Param::1

Table 1  Other System Parameter Listing

Parameter
Value
Instance (reserved)

1

Trunk seizure via attendant

True

No detect.of On-hook tone

True

TrkGrp in ticket for trans.call

True

VPN service

False

ISVPN Node No.

1

Nb Digits displayed on sets

1

Melody Ringing Type

1

Int.Call Ringing Cadence No

1

Ext.Call Ringing Cadence No

1

Executive Type Ringing Cadence No

1

Prioritary Call Cadence No

1

ISO Function

True

Booking B Channel

True

Uncontrol.Business Account Code

False

Business Pref.With Business No.

True

Project prefix With Code

False

Follow-Me on Remote forwarding

False

BC HLC Fax

1

VG Recording Gain from an UA set

3

Calling Id.length

7

Nb Of Secret Code Errors

0

Transfer All Business Call Types

True

Attendt Keep Local on Enqu.cancel

False

Compatibility GF

True

Alphanum.Char.Entering-mode2

True

Spain version 2

False

Delete First STAR Digit

True

QSIG1 (reserved)

0

QSIG2 (reserved)

0

Stop Tie Line Supervision

False

Tie Line Germany

0

Entity For Virtual Set

0

Nb Of Business Code Errors

0

Disabled Code Duration

0

Poor ARS Rerouting memo.Dur.

20

Poor ARS Route Inhibit Dur.

180

Charging by Nb MiniMessages

True

Remote Numeric Gain For 4630

True

Project Code In Redial Key

True

Cx on Progress message

False

Differred transm.(Swiss trick)

False

Send NDS NDI

False

Calls Distributed On Att.In Order

False

Nb non answ. int. messages by set

16

NS_read_before_ack

False

SNCM

0


Configure Board


Note: Interface type must be set to PRA2


Command: \compidea\Shelf::0\Board::4

Table 2  Board Parameter Listings

Board Parameter
Value
Board Address

4

Interface Type

PRA2

Administrative status

Enabled

Usage State

Busy

Operational State

Enabled

Main/Standby State

Main (Master)

Number Of Sets Being Connect.

1

Remote Shelf Address

255

Remote Board Address

255

Synchronisation Priority

255

IO2 With SPB

NO

AUXU Parameters 1

None

AUXU Parameters 2

None

AUXU Parameters 3

None

AUXU Parameters 4

None

CRC4

YES

Country Protocol Type

Default

Time Slots\0

0

Time Slots\1

1

Time Slots\2

1

Time Slots\3

1

Time Slots\4

1

Time Slots\5

1

Time Slots\6

1

Time Slots\7

1

Time Slots\8

1

Time Slots\9

1

Time Slots\10

1

Time Slots\11

1

Time Slots\12

1

Time Slots\13

1

Time Slots\14

1

Time Slots\15

1

Time Slots\16

0

Time Slots\17

1

Time Slots\18

1

Time Slots\19

1

Time Slots\20

1

Time Slots\21

1

Time Slots\22

1

Time Slots\23

1

Time Slots\24

1

Time Slots\25

1

Time Slots\26

1

Time Slots\27

1

Time Slots\28

1

Time Slots\29

1

Time Slots\30

1

Time Slots\31

1

Voice-->Data TS

YES

SU shelf Type

2 PCM Shelf

DECT Location area number

255

Send Init Dynamic Msg

False

Param By Default

True

Clock Mode

Internal

CPU with Optimized B ChannelAccess

NO

Board with DTM

False

Incidents Teleservice

YES

Max.VG Recording Duration

0

DASS2 Simulate Network

NO

DPNSS Layer 2 Address

A

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Retransmission Timer

100

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\TEI Identity Check Timer

100

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Polling Timer

1000

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Nb_Of_Retransmission

3

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Max Frame Size (Bytes)

260

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Window Size In Frames SAPI S T0

1

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Window Size In Frames SAPI P T0

3

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Window Size In Frames SAPI S T2

7

ISDN Board Layer 2 Parameters\Window Size In Frames SAPI P T2

7

Number of configurated ports

1

Associated CPU

255

Number of configurated E1 ports

8

Synchronisation mode

Adaptive method

In Band Signalling

NO

Passive board

NO

SS7 signalling

NO

PRA7 TS signalling

16

Use Data Compression

NO

Mutual Aid

YES

LIO Daughter Board

6 Compressors

Tone on Board

R2 Tone

Number of Used Compressors

0

GNISC in Rack

255

GNISC in position

255

Usage State

Suite Slave

Atm address
 
TS used on PCM 0

0

TS used on PCM 1

0

TS used on PCM 2

0

TS used on PCM 3

0

TS used on PCM 4

0

TS used on PCM 5

0

TS used on PCM 6

0

TS used on PCM 7

0

Daughter board equipped

NO

Number of Used Compressors

0

Mode

Gateway IP

Embedded Ethernet

YES

Voice Guide Lang Index

1

CLIP Signalization

No CLIP

IVR Protocol

No IVR Protocol Protocol

4615 Present

NO

LIOE coupler 1 address

255

LIOE coupler 2 address

255

Associated BBC2 coupler

255

Associated BBC2 access

255

Use of volume in system

YES

Local volume (dB)

0


Configure Digital Access Options


Note: Network mode must be set to Yes for (Master/Network) or No- (Slave/User); Access Type must be set to T2.


Command: \compidea\Shelf::0\Board::4\Digital Access::0

Table 3  Digital Access Options Listing

Parameter
Value
T0/T2 Access No.

0

Access Type

T2

Used Access

YES

Synchronisation Priority

255

Network Mode

YES

Max Nb Of Used B Channels

30

Max_Nb_Of_Compressed_B_Channels

0

Nb Of Signalization TS

1

TieLine Mode

YES

With Alarm

NO

Access Type S0

NO

Reserved1

NO

Reserved2

NO

Network Date Time Update

NO

CRC4

YES

Port Class

NOT SIG

Multiframe Type

SF

Line Type

Short Haul 0 to 35 meters

Pulses Encoding

AMI

Retransmission Timer

100

TEI Identity Check Timer

100

Polling Timer

1000

Nb_Of_Retransmission

3

Max Frame Size (Bytes)

260

Window Size In Frames SAPI S

7

Window Size In SAPI P

7

B Channel Rate

64K

   
 

64K


Configure Trunk Group


Note: Q931 signal variant is used to set the protocol type to ABC-F


Command: \compidea\Trunk Groups::1

Table 4  Trunk Group Parameter Listing

Parameter
Value
Trunk Groups
 
Trunk Group Id

1

Trunk Group Type

T2

Trunk Group Name

PRI-ABCF

Node number

1

Transcom Trunk Group

False

Auto.reserv.by Attendant

False

Overflow trunk group No.

-1

Tone on seizure

False

Private Trunk Group

False

Paging Trunk Group

False

Paging Table Id

-1

Paging Signalization

NDDI

Security Patrol

False

Q931 signal variant

ABC-F

Operator Id

ANSI

Number Compatible With

-1

Prefix Sending

False

Number Of Digits To Send

4

Channel selection type

Quantum

Remote Network

15

Shared Trunk Group

False

T.line Calling last dig.length

0

auto.DTMF dialing on outgoing call

NO

T2 Specificity

None

Public Network Category

0

DDI transcoding

False

Special Services

Nothing

Can support UUS in SETUP

True

Register Signalling

Decadic/MF Q23


Configure Trunk Detail

Command: \compidea\Trunk Groups::1\Trunk Group::1

Table 5  Trunk Detail Listing

Parameter
Value
Trunk Group
 
Instance (reserved)

1

Trunk Group Type

T2

Public Network Ref.
 
Dialling end to end

NO

DTMF end to end signal.

NO

Paying Incoming Calls

NO

TS Permanently assigned

NO

Min. Nb.of digits on seize

0

Signal.with access code

NO

Trunk group used in DISA

NO

DISA Secret Code
 
VG for non-existent No.

YES

Routing To Executive

NO

Trunk Category Id

19

Nb of digits unused (ISDN)

4

B Channel Choice

NO

Channels Reserved By Attend.

0

Dissuasion For ACD

NO

DTO joining

NO

Enquiry Call On B Channel

NO

DDI Mode

NO

Automated Attendant

NO

Calling party Rights category

0

Entity Number

0

TS Overflow

YES

Number To Be Added
 
Supervised by Routing

NO

Access Cluster Id

-1

VPN Cost Limit for Incom.Calls

0

Immediat Trk Listening For VPNCall

YES

VPN TS %

50

Csta Monitored

NO

Max.% of trunks out CCD

0

Charge Calling And ADN Creation

NO

Ratio analog.to ISDN tax
 
Collect Calls Allowed

YES

Priority of Call

NO

PCM Network Mode

NO

LogicalChannel

1__15 & 17__31

TS Distribution on Accesses

YES

Use Split Acces

NO

Heterogeneous Remote Network

NO

Barring mode

Not barred

ARS class of service

31

Quality profile for voice on IP

Profile #1

IP compression type

Default

Use of volume in system

YES

Local volume (dB)

0


Configure T2 Access

Command: \compidea\Trunk Groups::1\T2/T1/T0 Access::0-4-0

Table 6  T2 Access Parameter Listing

Parameter
Value
T2/T1/T0 Access
 
Physical Address

0-4-0

Access Type

T2

Access Cluster Id

-1

Time Slots T2

01111111111111110111111111111111

Time Slots T0

011

Time Slots T1 CCS

0111111111111111111111110

Time Slots Virtual

01111110000000

DLCI

16

Committed Information Rate

48

Extended Information Rate

64

CIR Measurement Interval

10

Support Time Slot Address
 
ISDN Compression Number
 
Release Support Timer (100ms)

0

Protection Timer (1mn)

0


Configuring CCM—6608-E1 Gateway Configuration

Enbloc Route Pattern Configuration

Overlap Sending Route Pattern Configuration

References

Alcatel 4400 Rel4.2 PBX with CCM using 6608-E1 QSIG protocol as MGCP Gateway (Application Note)

Appendix A

CCM Software release:

Alcatel 4400 Software Release

Command: \compidea\node

Table 7  Alcatel Software Parameter Info

Parameter
Value
Node
 
Node Number (reserved)

1

Software Version

R3.2

Version name

c1.712

Patch No.

5

Notes
 
Object Identity
 
Node Number (reserved)

1

Ethernet Notes\Netmask
 
Ethernet Notes\Local CPU\Name

x000000_tun

Ethernet Notes\Local CPU\IP Address

172.30.253.253

Ethernet Notes\Twin Cpu\Name
 
Ethernet Notes\Twin Cpu\IP Address
 
Ethernet Notes\Main Cpu\Name

xm000000

Ethernet Notes\Main Cpu\IP Address

10.253.253.3

Ethernet Notes\StandBy Cpu\Name
 
Ethernet Notes\StandBy Cpu\IP Address
 
SL Notes
 
IP/X25 Tunnel Notes\Netmask

255.255.0.0

IP/X25 Tunnel Notes\Local Node\Name

x000000_tun

IP/X25 Tunnel Notes\Local Node\IP Address

172.30.253.253


Cisco Catalyst 6000 Switch Configuration

Console> (enable) sh version
WS-C6506 Software, Version NmpSW: 6.1(4)
Copyright (c) 1995-2001 by Cisco Systems
NMP S/W compiled on May 15 2001, 12:27:20

System Bootstrap Version: 5.3(1)

Hardware Version: 2.0  Model: WS-C6506  Serial #: TBA04110341

Mod Port Model               Serial #    Versions
--- ---- ------------------- ----------- --------------------------------------
1   2    WS-X6K-SUP1A-2GE    SAD041504XL Hw : 3.1
                                         Fw : 5.3(1)
                                         Fw1: 5.1(1)CSX
                                         Sw : 6.1(4)
                                         Sw1: 6.1(4)
         WS-F6K-PFC          SAD0413097K Hw : 1.1
3   48   WS-X6248-RJ-45      SAD04150CK1 Hw : 1.2
                                         Fw : 5.1(1)CSX
                                         Sw : 6.1(4)
5   8    WS-X6608-E1         SAD043300AJ Hw : 1.1
                                         Fw : 5.4(2)
                                         Sw : 6.1(4)
                                         HP1: D00403030007; DSP1: D005b033 (3.6.
33)
                                         HP2: D00403030007; DSP2: D005b033 (3.6.
33)
                                         HP3: D00403030007; DSP3: D005B033 (3.6.
33)
                                         HP4: D00403030007; DSP4: D005B033 (3.6.
33)
                                         HP5: C00103010007; DSP5: C002E031 (3.3.
2)
                                         HP6: C00103010007; DSP6: C002E031 (3.3.
2)
                                         HP7: C00103010007; DSP7: C002E031 (3.3.
2)
                                         HP8: C00103010007; DSP8: C002E031 (3.3.
2)

       DRAM                    FLASH                   NVRAM
Module Total   Used    Free    Total   Used    Free    Total Used  Free
------ ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ----- ----- -----
1       65408K  43645K  21763K  16384K   5327K  11057K  512K  245K  267K

Uptime is 199 days, 22 hours, 13 minutes
Console> (enable)


Console> (enable) sh module
Mod Slot Ports Module-Type               Model               Sub Status
--- ---- ----- ------------------------- ------------------- --- --------
1   1    2     1000BaseX Supervisor      WS-X6K-SUP1A-2GE    yes ok
3   3    48    10/100BaseTX Ethernet     WS-X6248-RJ-45      no  ok
5   5    8     E1                        WS-X6608-E1         no  ok

Mod Module-Name         Serial-Num
--- ------------------- -----------
1                       SAD041504XL
3                       SAD04150CK1
5                       SAD043300AJ

Mod MAC-Address(es)                        Hw     Fw         Sw
--- -------------------------------------- ------ ---------- -----------------
1   00-d0-d3-37-f9-8e to 00-d0-d3-37-f9-8f 3.1    5.3(1)     6.1(4)
    00-d0-d3-37-f9-8c to 00-d0-d3-37-f9-8d
    00-01-63-af-5c-00 to 00-01-63-af-5f-ff
3   00-01-97-4a-10-30 to 00-01-97-4a-10-5f 1.2    5.1(1)CSX  6.1(4)
5   00-01-64-12-22-80 to 00-01-64-12-22-87 1.1    5.4(2)     6.1(4)

Mod Sub-Type                Sub-Model           Sub-Serial  Sub-Hw
--- ----------------------- ------------------- ----------- ------
1   L3 Switching Engine     WS-F6K-PFC          SAD0413097K 1.1

Console> (enable)


Console> (enable) sh port 5/1
Port  Name               Status     Vlan       Duplex Speed Type
----- ------------------ ---------- ---------- ------ ----- ------------
 5/1                     connected  1            full 2.048 E1

Port     DHCP    MAC-Address       IP-Address      Subnet-Mask
-------- ------- ----------------- --------------- ---------------
 5/1     enable  00-01-64-12-22-80 10.10.10.104    255.255.255.0

Port     Call-Manager(s)   DHCP-Server     TFTP-Server     Gateway
-------- ----------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------
 5/1     10.10.10.1        10.10.10.1      10.10.10.1      10.10.10.1

Port     DNS-Server(s)     Domain
-------- ----------------- -------------------------------------------------
 5/1     -                 -

Port     CallManagerState DSP-Type
-------- ---------------- --------
 5/1     registered       C549

Port  NoiseRegen NonLinearProcessing
----- ---------- -------------------
 5/1  enabled    enabled

Port   Trap      IfIndex
-----  --------  -------
 5/1   disabled  66
Console> (enable)

Test Configuration

Figure 2

Test Configuration Diagram

As shown in Figure 2, an Alcatel 4400 PBX was connected via an ISDN E1 PRI QSIG link to a Cisco 6608-E1 Gateway, which in turn, was connected to an Ethernet switch. The interoperability testing involved Layers 1, 2 and 3 on the ISDN PRI QSIG link between a Cisco 6608-E1 and the PBX.

Layer 1 (Physical Layer)

The Alcatel 4400 PBX configuration screen for the ISDN PRI QSIG trunk interface is reached using both Alcatel Board and Board\Digital Access menus, setting the PRI physical layer parameters.

Layers 2 & 3 (Q.921 and Q.931)

Layer 2 and 3 packet exchanges were monitored using an Acacia Clarinet protocol analyzer, bridged across the PRI link in high impedance mode.

Layer 2 Q.921 packets were monitored to ensure that each PBX/6608-E1 software configuration properly exchanged SABME/UA packets to initialize the ISDN link, and then RR packets were exchanged every 30 seconds.

Layer 3 Q.931 packets were monitored to ensure that the appropriate call setup/teardown packets were exchanged for each configuration, and that the SETUP packets contained the mandatory Information Elements with the necessary details, as well as optional IEs such as Calling Name and Number.

Telephone calls were made end-to-end in both directions through the Cisco 6608-E1 Gateway, and a check was made to ensure that there was an audio path in both directions for each call.

User/Network Settings

The Cisco 6608-E1 Gateway with ISDN protocol type setting of PRI ISO QSIG E1 supports both protocol sides by selecting "Network/User" in the Protocol Side field when configuring the Gateway via CCM.

The Alcatel 4400, supports both "USER" (slave) and "NETWORK" (master) protocol sides. Network/User options are set in the Board/Digital Access Options menu. Network mode must be set to Yes for (Master/Network) or No - (Slave/User).

The following options for Alcatel PBX are of particular interest:

Trunk interface type must be set to PRA2.

Access Type must be set to T2.

Q931 signal variant is used to determine Protocol type. This option was set to ABC-F.

Appendix B

Test Results

Testing was performed by Test Engineer(s): Samir Batio, July 24, 2002

Retesting with CCM3.3-256c load was performed by Test Engineer: Samir Batio, October 1, 2002

Test Setup 1

Test setup was as follows:

PBX1 configured as ISO version ABC-F, emulates Network.

Cisco 6608-E1 Gateway configured as PRI ISO QSIG E1, emulates User.

Table 8  Switch and Gateway Settings

Alcatel 4400 Switch-type / Protocol-Side Setting
Cisco 6608-E1 ISDN protocol-type/Protocol-Side Setting

ABC-F / Network

PRI ISO QSIG E1/User


Table 9  Basic Calls: (Enbloc Sending

Calls Made
Call Comp?
"Calling Number" Displayed on Final Destination?
"Calling Name" Displayed on Final Destination?
"Called Number" Displayed on Orig. Side?
"Called Name" Displayed on Orig. Side?
Notes
Phone A to Phone C

Yes

Yes

Yes

No 1

Yes

 
Phone C to Phone A

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 
1 Alcatel ISO version ABC-F QSIG link does not honor Connected Number Identification Presentation.

Table 10  Basic Calls with Overlap Sending/Receiving: (check trace to verify Overlap mode)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
"Calling Number" Displayed on Final Destination?
"Calling Name" Displayed on Final Destination?
"Called Number" Displayed on Orig. Side?
"Called Name" Displayed on Orig. Side?
Notes
Phone A to Phone C

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

 
Phone C to Phone A

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

1

1 Overlap Receiving on Alcatel PBX works when the Cisco gateway configuration for Called Numbering Plan field is set to `private', `unknown', or `ISDN'.

Table 11  Call Transfers: (Supervised Local Transfers)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
Orig. "Calling Number" displayed on Final Dest. phone?
Orig. "Calling Name" displayed on Final Dest. phone?
"Called Number" display on Orig. phone updated after transfer?
"Called Name" display on Orig. phone updated after transfer?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A Xfr to Phone B

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

1

Phone A to Phone C Xfr to Phone D

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

 
1 CM3.3 Seaview release does not support Updating Connected Name and Number for Call Transfers QSIG supplementary Services.

Table 12  Call Transfers: (Supervised Network/External)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
Orig. "Calling Number" displayed on Final Dest. phone?
Orig. "Calling Name" displayed on Final Dest. phone?
"Called Number" display on Orig. phone updated after transfer?
"Called Name" display on Orig. phone updated after transfer?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A Xfr to Phone D

Yes

No

No

No

No

 
Phone A to Phone C Xfr to Phone B

Yes

No

No

No

No

 

Table 13  Call Conferencing (Local)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
"Calling Number" displayed on remaining conferee when the conferencing phone drops out?
"Calling Name" displayed on remaining conferee when the conferencing phone drops out?
"Connected Number" updated on Orig. Caller phone display when a conferee drops out?
"Connected Name" updated on Orig. Caller phone display when a conferee drops out?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A,
Phone A conf Phone B

Yes

(A Drops out) Yes

(A Drops out) Yes

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

1

Phone C to Phone A,
Phone C conf Phone D

Yes

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(D Drops out) No

(D Drops out) No

 
Phone A to Phone C,
Phone C conf Phone D

Yes

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

 
Phone A to Phone C,
Phone A conf Phone B

Yes

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) Yes

(B Drops out) No

(B Drops out) Yes

 

1 CM3.3 Seaview release does not honor redirectingName and redirectingNumber IE messages.


Table 14  Call Conferencing (Network/External)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
"Calling Number" displayed on remaining conferee when the conferencing phone drops out?
"Calling Name" displayed on remaining conferee when the conferencing phone drops out?
"Connected Number" updated on Orig. Caller phone display when a conferee drops out?
"Connected Name" updated on Orig. Caller phone display when a conferee drops out?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A,
Phone A conf Phone D

Yes

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

 
Phone C to Phone A,
Phone C conf Phone B

Yes

(C Drops out) Yes

(C Drops out) Yes

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

 
Phone A to Phone C,
Phone C conf Phone B

Yes

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

 
Phone A to Phone C,
Phone A conf Phone D

Yes

(A Drops out) No

(A Drops out) No

(C Drops out) No

(C Drops out)Yes

 

Table 15  Call Forward (Local)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
Original "Calling Number" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Original "Calling Name" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Forwarding "Called Number" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Forwarding "Called Name" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Final dest. "Connected Number" updated at orig. side?
Final dest. "Connected Name" updated at orig. side?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A fwd to Phone B

No

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

Phone A to Phone C fwd to Phone D

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

 

1 When Alcatel phone is setup for local Call Forwarding it sends Facility IE for `CallRerouting'. Since CCM3.3 Seaview release does not support `CallRerouting', the call is not completed.


Table 16  Call Forward (Network/External)

Calls Made
Call Comp?
Original "Calling Number" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Original "Calling Name" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Forwarding "Called Number" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Forwarding "Called Name" Displayed on Final Dest.?
Final dest. "Connected Number" updated at orig. side?
Final dest. "Connected Name" updated at orig. side?
Notes
Phone C to Phone A fwd to Phone D

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

 
Phone A to Phone C fwd to Phone B

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

 

Test Setup 2

Setup was as follows:

PBX1 configured as ISO version ABC-F, emulates User

Cisco 6608-E1 Gateway configured as PRI ISO QSIG E1, emulates Network

.

Table 17  Switch and Gateway Settings

Alcatel 4400 Switch-type/Protocol-Side Setting
Cisco 6608-E1 ISDN protocol-type/Protocol-Side Setting

ABC-F / User

PRI ISO QSIG E1 / Network


The test results are the same as in previous section. Refer to Tables 9 through 16 for details.