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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

Provides information about deployment, operate and maintain the Video Phone.
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Server

Server

This section describes how to configure the network environment and servers (such as the SIP server, directory server, and upgrade server) for the IP phone.

Setting Parameters on the Web Page

  1. Access the phone web page as an administrator. For details, see Web Page Access.
  2. Choose Advanced > Server.

    The Server page is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-3.

    Figure 6-3  Server

  3. Set parameters (see Table 6-6 for detailed parameter descriptions).

    NOTE:
    • If the SIP server address, SIP server port, proxy server address, and proxy server port are specified in both Account Setting and Server, the settings in Account Setting prevails.
    • If the preceding parameters are set only in Account Setting, these settings are used. If the preceding parameters are set only in Server, these settings are used.

    Table 6-6  Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    How to Modify the Configuration File

    Network Environment

    Indicates the network environment of the IP phone, with three options available: UC2.X, IMS+UC, IMS and VC.

    After the network environment is changed, the IP phone changes the default configuration file and the default service rights in service rights management accordingly. This facilitates the setting and use of the IP phone.

    Set this parameter based on your network environment.

    Default: UC2.X

    NOTE:
    A phone restart is required to make the modified network environment take effect.

    Parameter: NetworkingEnvironment

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Environment

    Value range: 0, 6, 7,9
    • 0: UC2.X
    • 6: IMS+UC
    • 7: VC
    • 9: IMS

    Default: 0

    Example: NetworkingEnvironment="0"

    Login Mode

    Indicates the IP phone login mode. Users can log in with UC accounts, phone numbers, or AD domain accounts.

    NOTE:
    From V200R003C00SPCa00, the IP phone supports login with AD domain accounts. This login mode is available only in the EC3.0 solution.

    Set this parameter based on your network environment.

    NOTE:
    When a UC account is used for login, the AA server authenticates the UC account. After the authentication is successful, the AA server delivers the corresponding phone number to the IP phone for registration.

    Parameter: AccessType

    Location: UIEMUser

    Value: 0 or 1
    • 0: phone number
    • 1: UC account or AD domain account

    Default: 0

    Example: AccessType="0"

    Disaster Recovery

    • Sequential: The IP phone sends registration messages to a SIP server at intervals of half of the registration interval. If the active SIP server fails, the IP phone registers with the standby SIP server. If the standby SIP server also fails, the IP phone registers with the local SIP server. Services are interrupted during the SIP server switching. After the IP phone registers with a SIP server successfully, its services become available again.
    • Simultaneous: The IP phone registers with the active, standby, and local SIP servers at the same time. If the active SIP server fails, the standby SIP server takes over the services. If the standby SIP server also fails, the local SIP server takes over the services. The switching takes about 3s, which is insensible to users. After the switching, services are running properly.
    Default:
    • In a UC2.X and IMS network environment, the default value is Simultaneous.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the default value is Simultaneous.

    Parameter: DisasterRecoveryMode

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Environment

    Value range: 0 or 1
    • 0: Sequential
    • 1: Simultaneous

    Example: DisasterRecoveryMode="1"

    SIP Server

    Specifies the phone registration mode and the SIP server address.
    NOTE:
    Server 1, Server 2, and Server 3 indicate the active, standby, and local SIP servers respectively.
    Enter the IP address of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U1900 series.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U2900 series. The SIP server setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Parameters: PrimaryRegServerAddress, BackupRegServerAddress, and LocalRegServerAddress

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the active SIP server.
    • BackupRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the standby SIP server.
    • LocalRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the local SIP server.

    Example: PrimaryRegServerAddress="192.168.1.9"

    SIP Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the SIP server.

    Enter the port number of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, use the default value 5060. However, if TLS is used for SIP signaling transmission, set the port number of the SIP server to 5061.

    Parameters: PrimaryRegServerPort, BackupRegServerPort, and LocalRegServerPort

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the active SIP server.
    • BackupRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the standby SIP server.
    • LocalRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the local SIP server.

    Example: PrimaryRegServerPort="5060"

    Proxy Server

    Indicates the address of the proxy server.

    The IP phone registers with the proxy server with preference. If the proxy server address you have specified is incorrect, the IP phone will continue its attempt to register with this incorrect address and does not register with the SIP server. This will cause a registration failure.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Parameters: CallOutProxyServerAddress, CallOutBackupServerAddress, and CallOutLocalServerAddress

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • CallOutProxyServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the active proxy server.
    • CallOutBackupServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the standby proxy server.
    • CallOutLocalServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the local proxy server.

    Example: CallOutProxyServerAddress="192.168.1.10"

    Proxy Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the proxy server.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Parameters: CallOutProxyServerPort, CallOutBackupServerPort, and CallOutLocalServerPort

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • CallOutProxyServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the active proxy server.
    • CallOutBackupServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the standby proxy server.
    • CallOutLocalServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the local proxy server.

    Example: CallOutProxyServerPort="5060"

    AA Server

    Indicates the AA server address, which is required in an IMS+UC network environment.

    NOTE:
    • Server 1 and Server 2 indicate the active and standby AA servers respectively. When the active server fails, the IP phone can register with the standby server to ensure functional services.
    • In the UC2.X network environment, if the AD domain account is used for login, you must enter the AA server address (in format of https://AppAgent IP address) and port number.

    Set this parameter to the AA server address.

    Parameters: PrimaryAAServerAddress and BackupAAServerAddress

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryAAServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the active AA server.
    • BackupAAServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the standby AA server.

    Example: PrimaryAAServerAddress="192.168.1.35"

    AA Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the AA server.

    Set this parameter to the port number of the AA server.

    Default: 8081

    Parameters: PrimaryAAServerPort and BackupAAServerPort

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryAAServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the active AA server.
    • BackupAAServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the standby AA server.

    Example: PrimaryAAServerPort="8081"

    Video Conference Server

    Indicates the address of the video conference server (available only in the UC.2X network environment).

    Set this parameter to the address of the video conference server.

      

    Conference List Server

    Indicates the address of the conference list server (available only in the UC.2X network environment).

    Set this parameter to the address of the conference list server.

      

    Directory Server

    Indicates the directory type.
    • When the UC directory is used, select Directory(UC2.X).
    • When the LDAP directory is used, select LDAP.

    Only UC2.X and IMS+UC networks support the UC directory.

    In an IMS network environment, the value is delivered by the U-Portal server.

    • If you select Directory(UC2.X), set parameters by referring to UC Directory.
    • If you select LDAP, set parameters by referring to LDAP Directory.
    • If you select RCS, set parameters by referring to RCS Directory.

    Profile Server

    • Indicates the profile server that stores the contacts, call history, and configuration file in a UC2.X or IMS network environment.
    • Indicates the profile server that stores the call history and configuration file in an IMS+UC network environment.
      NOTE:
      In an IMS+UC network environment, contact information is saved on the PGM server. The PGM server address is automatically pushed by the AA server. You do not need to manually configure it.
    For detailed configurations, see Extension Mobility.

    Upgrade Server

    Indicates the upgrade server address.

    Set this parameter to the URL of the UPF file, in format of http://Upgrade server IP address:Port number/File directory/UPF file name.

    Parameter: UPFURL

    Location: Device > ComCfg > UPFSeverInfo

    Example: UPFURL="http://10.166.102.110:80/directory/UPF-eSpace8950.xml"

    Diagnostics Server

    Indicates the diagnostics server address.

    Set this parameter to the URL of the UPF file, in format of http://Upgrade server IP address.

    Parameter: ServerURL

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Log

    Example: UPFURL="http://10.166.102.110:80"

    CA Server

    Indicates the certificate server address. The IP phone applies for certificates using Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP).

    See Multi-certificate Support.

Configuring the Network Environment and Servers on the LCD Screen

  1. Choose Advanced > Server on the LCD screen as an administrator. For details, see Advanced Screen Access.
  2. Set parameters listed in Table 6-7.

    Table 6-7  Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    Network Environment

    Indicates the network environment of the IP phone, with three options available: UC2.X, IMS+UC, IMS and VC.

    After the network environment is changed, the IP phone changes the default configuration file and the default service rights in service rights management accordingly. This facilitates the setting and use of the IP phone.

    Set this parameter based on your network environment.

    Default: UC2.X

    NOTE:
    A phone restart is required to make the modified network environment take effect.

    Login Mode

    Indicates the IP phone login mode. Users can log in with UC accounts, phone numbers, or AD domain accounts.

    NOTE:
    From V200R003C00SPCa00, the IP phone supports login with AD domain accounts. This login mode is available only in the EC3.0 solution.

    Set this parameter based on your network environment.

    NOTE:
    When a UC account is used for login, the AA server authenticates the UC account. After the authentication is successful, the AA server delivers the corresponding phone number to the IP phone for registration.

    SIP Server

    Specifies the phone registration mode and the SIP server address.
    NOTE:
    Server 1, Server 2, and Server 3 indicate the active, standby, and local SIP servers respectively.
    Enter the IP address of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U1900 series.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U2900 series. The SIP server setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    SIP Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the SIP server.

    Enter the port number of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, use the default value 5060. However, if TLS is used for SIP signaling transmission, set the port number of the SIP server to 5061.

    Proxy Server

    Indicates the address of the proxy server.

    The IP phone registers with the proxy server with preference. If the proxy server address you have specified is incorrect, the IP phone will continue its attempt to register with this incorrect address and does not register with the SIP server. This will cause a registration failure.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Proxy Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the proxy server.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    AA Server

    Indicates the AA server address, which is required in an IMS+UC network environment.

    NOTE:
    • Server 1 and Server 2 indicate the active and standby AA servers respectively. When the active server fails, the IP phone can register with the standby server to ensure functional services.
    • In the UC2.X network environment, if the AD domain account is used for login, you must enter the AA server address (in format of https://AppAgent IP address) and port number.

    Set this parameter to the AA server address.

    AA Server Port

    Indicates the port number of the AA server.

    Set this parameter to the port number of the AA server.

    Default: 8081

    Video Conference Server

    Indicates the address of the video conference server (available only in the UC.2X network environment).

    Set this parameter to the address of the video conference server.

    Conference List Server

    Indicates the address of the conference list server (available only in the UC.2X network environment).

    Set this parameter to the address of the conference list server.

    Directory Server

    Indicates the directory type.
    • When the UC directory is used, select Directory(UC2.X).
    • When the LDAP directory is used, select LDAP.

    Only UC2.X and IMS+UC networks support the UC directory.

    In an IMS network environment, the value is delivered by the U-Portal server.

    • If you select Directory(UC2.X), set parameters by referring to UC Directory.
    • If you select LDAP, set parameters by referring to LDAP Directory.
    • If you select RCS, set parameters by referring to RCS Directory.

    Profile Server

    • Indicates the profile server that stores the contacts, call history, and configuration file in a UC2.X or IMS network environment.
    • Indicates the profile server that stores the call history and configuration file in an IMS+UC network environment.
      NOTE:
      In an IMS+UC network environment, contact information is saved on the PGM server. The PGM server address is automatically pushed by the AA server. You do not need to manually configure it.
    For detailed configurations, see Extension Mobility.

    Upgrade Server

    Indicates the upgrade server address.

    Set this parameter to the URL of the UPF file, in format of http://Upgrade server IP address:Port number/File directory/UPF file name.

    Diagnostics Server

    Indicates the diagnostics server address.

    Set this parameter to the URL of the UPF file, in format of http://Upgrade server IP address.

    CA Server

    Indicates the certificate server address. The IP phone applies for certificates using Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP).

    See Multi-certificate Support.

    ACS Server

    Indicates the address corresponding to the TR069 service on the DMS.

    Set this parameter to the ACS server address. For details about the format, see TR069.

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