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Web-based Typical Configuration Examples

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600

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Configuring Voice Services for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises

Configuring Voice Services for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises

This topic describes how to configure voice services for small- and medium-sized enterprises. Enterprises can use the PBX to implement voice services for intra-office users and use AT0 trunks to implement voice services between intra-office and outer-office users.

Context

The PBX configures the external number allocated to an enterprise by the carrier as the automatic switchboard number. An outer-office user dials the external number and then dials an extension number as prompted to connect to an intra-office user. Intra-office users make calls to each other by dialing short numbers. Figure 8-1 shows the voice service network.
Figure 8-1  Voice service network
This topic assumes that you want to implement the following requirements:
  • The country code is 86, and the area code is 571.
  • The internal numbers of users A, B, and C are 7000, 7001, and 7100 respectively.
  • Users A, B, and C belong to enterprise hw. The DN set is hwdialplan. The intra-office call prefix is 7. The outgoing call prefix is 9. The incoming and outgoing call rights of all users are all.
  • Both the signaling IP address and media IP address are 10.175.1.15.
  • The automatic switchboard name is ivr. A number allocated by the PSTN is used as the automatic switchboard number, such as 28980808.
  • Post-routing number change scheme 9 is configured to retain calling numbers and delete the first digit of called numbers when PBX users make outgoing calls through the FXO port.

Prerequisites

The IVR configuration has been completed. For details, see IVR. vu-service-name configured for the automatic switchboard is service for the IVR.

Data Plan

The data plan provided in this example is for reference only. Plan data by negotiating with users and the carrier.
Table 8-1  User number plan

POTS User

SIP User

Remarks

7000–7004

7100–7104

PBX users

Table 8-2  AT0 trunk plan

Slot ID/Subcard ID/Port ID

Default Access Code

Route ID

4/0/4

28980808

0

Table 8-3  Prefix plan

Prefix

Type

Route

7

Intra-office

N/A

9

Outgoing

0

Table 8-4  Post-routing number change plan

Prefix

Outgoing Trunk

Called Number Change

9

AT0

Deleting the first digit

Configuration Example

  1. Set the service mode to PBX.

    NOTE:
    Before configuring the voice function on web pages, switch the service mode to PBX using the CLI.
    <Huawei> system-view
    [Huawei] voice
    [Huawei-voice] service-mode pbx
    [Huawei-voice] return
    [Huawei] save
    The current configuration will be written to the device.                      
      Are you sure to continue? (y/n)[n]:yIt will take several minutes to save configuration file, please wait..........
      Configuration file had been saved successfully                                
      Note: The configuration file will take effect after being activated           
    <Huawei>reboot
    Info: The system is comparing the configuration, please wait.                   
    System will reboot! Continue ? [y/n]:yInfo: system is rebooting, please wait...
    

  2. Set the Ethernet IP address of interface GE0/0/0 to 10.175.1.15, and add 10.175.1.15 to the media IP address pool and signaling IP address pool of the interface.
    1. Choose Voice Management > System Configuration > Voice IP Address.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create Voice IP dialog box.

      Figure 8-2 shows the Create Voice IP dialog box.

      Figure 8-2  Create Voice IP dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  3. Configure the SIP server.
    1. Choose Voice Management > System Configuration > SIP Server.
    2. Set parameters in the SIP Server area.

      Figure 8-3 shows the SIP Server area.

      Figure 8-3  SIP Server area

    3. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
    4. The system resets the SIP server. After a few seconds, a dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  4. Set the default country code to 86 and default area code to 571, and enable country code change and area code change.
    1. Choose Voice Management > System Configuration > Country/Region.
    2. In Country/Region Configuration, set Select Country/Region.
    3. Click Apply.

      Figure 8-4 shows the Country/Region Configuration area.

      Figure 8-4  onfiguring the current country/region code

  5. Configure the enterprise and DN set for numbers.
    1. Choose Voice Management > System Configuration > Enterprise And Dn Set.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create Enterprise dialog box.

      Figure 8-5 shows the Create Enterprise dialog box.

      Figure 8-5  Create Enterprise dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
    5. Click Dn Set next to the enterprise.
    6. Click Create in the Dn Set List dialog box.
    7. Set parameters in the Create Dn Set dialog box.

      Figure 8-6 shows the Create Dn Set dialog box.

      Figure 8-6  Create Dn Set dialog box

    8. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  6. Set the enterprise and DN set of prefixes to hw and hwdialplan, and configure intra-office call prefix 7 whose call attribute is 0 and hwdialplan call prefix 9 whose call attribute is 1.
    1. Choose Voice Management > Prefix Configuration.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-7 shows the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-7  Create Call Prefix dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
    5. Click Create.
    6. Set parameters in the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-8 shows the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-8  Create Call Prefix dialog box

    7. Click Call Route next to the call prefix.
    8. In the Configure Call Route dialog box that is displayed, click Create.
    9. In the Create Call Route dialog box, set parameters.

      Figure 8-9 shows the Create Call Route dialog box.

      Figure 8-9  Create Call Route dialog box

    10. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  7. Configure the automatic switchboard.

    Set the automatic switchboard name to ivr and automatic switchboard number to 28980808.

    1. Click Create.
    2. Set parameters in the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-10 shows the Create Call Prefix dialog box.

      Figure 8-10  Create Call Prefix dialog box

    3. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  8. Configure a SIP user whose user number is 7100, authentication password is a123456, and incoming and outgoing call rights are all.
    1. Choose Voice Management > User Management > SIPUE User.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create SIP User dialog box.

      Figure 8-11 shows the Create SIP User dialog box.

      Figure 8-11  Create SIP User dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  9. Configure POTS users whose user numbers are 7000 and 7001 and incoming and outgoing call rights are all.
    1. Choose Voice Management > User Management > POTS User.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create POTS User dialog box.

      Figure 8-12 shows the Create POTS User dialog box.

      Figure 8-12  Create POTS User dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  10. Configure an AT0 trunk group.
    1. Choose Voice Management > Trunk Group.
    2. Click Create.
    3. Select AT0 trunk and set parameters in the Create Trunk Group dialog box.

      Figure 8-13 shows the Create Trunk Group dialog box.

      Figure 8-13  Create Trunk Group dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
    5. Choose Voice Management > Trunk Circuit > AT0 Trunk.
    6. Click Create.
    7. Set parameters in the Create AT0 Trunk dialog box.

      Figure 8-14 shows the Create AT0 Trunk dialog box.

      Figure 8-14  Create AT0 Trunk dialog box

    8. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.
  11. Configure a call route and post-routing number change.
    1. Choose Voice Management > Advanced Configuration > Number Change.
    2. In the Calling Number Discrimination List area, click Create.
    3. Set parameters in the Create Calling Number Discrimination dialog box.

      Figure 8-15 shows the Create Calling Number Discrimination dialog box.

      Figure 8-15  Create Calling Number Discrimination dialog box

    4. Click OK. A dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeds. Click OK.

Verification

Item

Expected Result

Possible Fault Cause

Intra-office call

Calls can be made properly, and the calling number is correctly displayed. For example, user 7000 can dial 7100 to make a call to user 7100, and the calling number displayed to user 7100 is 7000.

The intra-office call prefix is incorrectly configured.

Outgoing call

Calls can be made properly, and the calling number is correctly displayed. For example, user 7000 can make an outgoing call through the AT0 trunk, and the calling number displayed to the called party is 28980808.

  • The outgoing call prefix is incorrectly configured.
  • The outgoing trunk is incorrectly configured.

Incoming call

Calls can be made properly. For example, an outer-office user can dial 28980808 and then dial 7000 as prompted to connect to user 7000.

N/A

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