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Configuring the VoIP ISDN BRA User

Configuring the VoIP ISDN BRA User

After the MG interface is configured, you can add the VoIP ISDN BRA user on this interface, and configure the system parameters, oversea parameters, and attributes of the BRA port, to implement the VoIP ISDN BRA service.

Configuring the ISDN BRA User Data

This topic describes how to configure the ISDN BRA user data based on H.248 (including the priority, flag of reporting the fault of UNI, etc., and the data must be the same as the corresponding data on the MGC) so that the ISDN BRA user can access the network to use the ISDN BRA service.

Prerequisites

The ISDN BRA service board must be inserted into the planned slot correctly and the board must be in the normal state.

The IUA link must be configured according to the requirements. For details about how to configure the IUA link, see Configuring the IUA Link.

Default Configuration
Table 1-43 lists the default settings of the attributes of the ISDN BRA user. When configuring these attributes, you can modify the values according to the service requirements.
Table 1-43 Default settings of the attributes of the ISDN BRA user

Parameter

Default Settings

Priority of the ISDN BRA user

cat3: (common user)

Flag of reporting the UNI fault of the ISDN BRA user

Disable

Threshold for the number of auto recoveries from deterioration faults

20

Procedure

  1. In global config mode, run the esl user command to enter the ESL user mode.
  2. Run the mgbrauser add command to add an ISDN BRA.

    • When iid-map in the iua-linkset add command is configured to 1, interfaceid must be configured and be different from the interfaceid of other users in the same link set.
    • The terminal ID of an ISDN BRA user must be different from the terminal IDs of other users.
    • If the MG interface does not support the terminal layering function, the terminal ID must be configured when an ISDN BRA user is added. In addition, the terminal ID must differ from the terminal ID of the existing ISDN BRA user by an integer multiple of 2. For example, to add the first ISDN BRA user, the terminal ID is 2; to add the second ISDN BRA user, the terminal ID is 4; to add the third ISDN BRA user, the terminal ID is 6; the rest may be deduced by analogy.
    • If the MG interface supports the terminal layering function, the terminal ID cannot be configured when an ISDN BRA user is added on the MG interface. The system automatically allocates a terminal ID for the user.

  3. Run the mgbrauser attribute set command to configure the attributes of the ISDN BRA user.

    The attributes of an ISDN BRA user include the following:

    • Priority of the ISDN BRA user. The priorities are classified to cat1 (the first class government user), cat2 (the second class government user), and cat3 (common user) in the sequence of descending. Without special requirements, the default cat3 is adopted.
    • Flag of reporting the UNI fault of the ISDN BRA user. This attribute determines whether to report the UNI fault to MGC. The default is not to report.
    • Threshold for the number of auto recoveries from deterioration faults. This attribute indicates the maximum times that the equipment attempts to recover from deterioration faults. Zero indicates not to recover automatically. The number of 255 indicates not to limit the attempt times. The default is 20.

  4. Run the display mgbrauser attribute command to query whether the configured attributes of the ISDN BRA user are the same as the data plan.

Example

Assume the following configurations:
  • Link set ID: 0
  • IUA interface ID: 0 (value of iid-map: 1)
  • Terminal ID: 2 (not supporting the terminal layering function)
  • User priority: cat3
  • Telephone number: 83110001 (Before configuring a emergency standalone number, ensure that the emergency standalone function has been enabled on the MG interface. For details, see (Optional) Configuring the Software Parameters of an MG Interface. )
  • UNI alarm report function: enable
  • Threshold for the number of auto recoveries from L1 deterioration faults: 30
To add an ISDN BRA user with such configurations on port 0/4/0 of MG interface 0, do as follows:
huawei(config-sigtran)#quit
huawei(config)#esl user
huawei(config-esl-user)#mgbrauser add 0/4/0 0 0 interfaceid 0 terminalid 2 priority cat3 telno 83110001
 Are you sure to configure the working mode of the DSL board to normal and reset
 the board automatically? (y/n)[n]:y                                                         
huawei(config-esl-user)#display mgbrauser 0/4
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  F  /S /P /B  MGID     LinkSetNo UserIFID TelNo            Priority TerminalID
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  0/4/0 /0  0        0         0        83110001         Cat3     A2
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
huawei(config-esl-user)#mgbrauser attribute set 0/4/0 priority cat3 unireport enable auto-resume-limit 30
huawei(config-esl-user)#display mgbrauser attribute 0/4/0
{ <cr>|endframeid/slotid/portid<S><Length 1-15> }:                              
                                                                                
  Command:                                                                      
          display mgbrauser attribute 0/4/0                                     
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------    
  F  /S /P                           :  0/4/0                                
  UNIreport                          :  enable                                  
  Priority                           :  Cat3                                    
  Auto reservice times/limit         :  0/30                                
  DSP-para-template                  :  -                                       
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------    

(Optional) Configuring the System Parameters

This topic describes how to configure the system parameters including the overseas version flag and message waiting indication (MWI) mode according to the local standards to ensure that the response of the user terminal complies with the local standards.

Procedure

  1. Run the system parameters command to configure the system parameters.
  2. Run the display system parameters command to check whether the system parameters are the same as those in the data plan.

Example

To configure the overseas version flag (system parameter 1) to Hong Kong (parameter value 1), do as follows:

huawei(config)#system parameters 1 1                      
huawei(config)#display system parameters 1
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  Parameter name index: 1     Parameter value: 1                                
Mean: Overseas version flag, 0:China, 1:HongKong, 2:Brazil, 3:Egypt,
4:Singapore, 5:Thailand, 6:France, 7:Britain MSFUK, 8:Britain ETSI, 9:Bulgaria,
10:Reserved, 11:Austria, 12:Hungary, 13:Poland, 14:Turkey, 18:Belarus,
20:Germany                                  
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

(Optional) Configuring the Overseas Parameters

By default, the overseas parameters are configured according to the Chinese standards. In the actual service configuration, the attributes such as the upper and lower thresholds of the flash-hooking duration can be configured according to the local standards to ensure that the response of the user terminal complies with the local standards.

Procedure

  1. Run the oversea parameters command to configure the overseas parameters.
  2. Run the display oversea parameters command to check whether the overseas parameters are the same as those in the data plan.
Example

To set the upper flash-hooking threshold (overseas feature parameter 0) to 800 ms (in compliance with the Hong Kong standard) and the lower flash-hooking threshold (overseas feature parameter 1) to 100 ms (in compliance with the Hong Kong standard), do as follows:

huawei(config)#oversea parameters 0 800
huawei(config)#oversea parameters 1 100
huawei(config)#display oversea parameters
{ <cr>|name<U><0,99> }: 1                                                          
                                                                                
  Command:                                                                      
          display oversea parameters 1                                           
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  Parameter name index: 1     Parameter value: 100                               
  Mean: Hooking lower threshold(ms), reference: China:100, HongKong:100         
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

(Optional) Configuring the Attributes of an ISDN BRA Port

This topic describes how to configure the attributes of an ISDN BRA port to ensure that the ISDN BRA port can meet the actual application requirements. You can configure the auto-deactivation status, remote power supply status, UNI fault alarming function, and working mode of the port.

Default Configuration
Table 1-44 lists the default values of the attributes of an ISDN BRA port. When configuring these attributes, you can modify the values according to the service requirements.
Table 1-44 Default values of the attributes of an ISDN BRA port

Parameter

Default Setting

Autodeactive

Disable

Autodeactive-delay

30s

Activemode

unstable-active

Remotepower

Disable

Unialarm

Disable

Workmode

p2mp

Procedure

  1. In global config mode, run the braport command to enter braport mode.
  2. Run the braport attribute set command to configure the attributes such as the working mode, auto-deactivation status, and remote power supply status of the port.

    If an ISDN BRA port needs to be connected to multiple terminal users, configure the working mode of the port to p2mp. If an ISDN BRA port needs to be connected to only one terminal user, configure the working mode of the port to p2p.

    For detailed description of the braport attribute set command, see the parameter description in braport attribute set.

Example

Assume that the working mode is p2mp, the activation mode is stable, and the auto-deactivation function is disabled. To configure such attributes of ISDN BRA port 0/4/0, do as follows:

huawei(config)#braport
huawei(config-braport)#braport attribute set 0/4/0 workmode p2mp activemode stable-active 
huawei(config-braport)#display braport attribute
{ frameid/slotid/portid<S><Length 1-15>|frameid/slotid<S><Length 1-15> }:0/4/0

  Command:
          display braport attribute 0/4/0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
F  /S /P  Remotepower Workmode Autodeactive Deactivedelay Activemode Unialarm
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
0/4/0  disable     p2mp     disable      30            stable     disable
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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