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Configuring Peer Call Servers (J-Web Procedure)

To configure peer call servers using the J-Web interface:

  1. Select Configure>Convergence Services>Call Service.

    The Peer call server configuration page appears. If you select a specific peer call server configuration, the peer call server details are displayed. Table 240 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
  3. Click one:

Table 240: Peer Call Server Configuration Page




Displays the call server name.


Displays the protocol.


Displays a description of the protocol.

Details of Call Server


Displays the details of the call server selected.


Displays the actual values of the call server selected.

Table 241: Add New Peer Call Server Configuration Details





Specifies the new call server name.

Enter the name of the call server.


Describes the new call server.

Enter the description of the call server.

Port number

Specifies the ports to be associated with this VLAN for voice traffic.

Enter the port number. The default port number is 5060.


Specifies the transport used for the SIP protocol: UDP, TCP, or TLS.

Enter the transport. The default transport is UDP.

Tone generation

Specifies the tones generated by other analog devices or the PSTN.

Enter the tone generation value. The default option used for tone generation is rfc-2833.



Specifies the codec option to be selected for the peer call server configuration. The options are:

  • G711-MU
  • G711-A
  • G729AB

Select one of the options.

Authentication identifier

Specifies the authentication ID to authenticate itself to the peer call server.

Enter an authentication ID.

Authentication password

Specifies the authentication password to authenticate itself to the peer call server.

Enter an authentication password.

PSTN access number

Specifies the access codes to identify calls to be routed out PSTN trunks.

Enter the PSTN access number.


Address type

Specifies the peer call server address. The options available are:

  • Fqdn
  • ipv4-sddr

Select the address type required.


Specifies the fully qualified domain name.

Enter the FQDN. You can use an FQDN when multiple peer call servers are to be used.

IP address

Specifies the IPv4 address.

Enter the IPv4 address.

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