Configuring Trunks (J-Web Procedure)

To configure trunks using the J-Web interface:

  1. Select Configure >Convergence Services >Media Gateway>Trunks.

    The Media gateway configuration page appears. Table 116 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add — Adds a new trunk configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 117.
    • Edit — Edits a selected trunk configuration.
    • Delete — Deletes the selected trunk configuration.
  3. Click one of the following buttons:
    • OK— Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Commit— Applies the configuration and other pending changes (if any).

Table 116: Media Gateway Configuration Page

Field

Function

Trunk name

Displays the trunk name.

Trunk type

Displays the trunk type.

Details of trunk

Name

Displays the details of the trunk selected, such as trunk type, time slots, and signaling method.

Value

Displays actual values for the trunk details, such as fxo, 1-11, and t1.

Table 117: Add Trunk Gateway Configuration Details

Field

Function

Action

Trunk name

Specifies the trunk name.

Enter the name of the trunk.

Trunk type

Specifies the trunk type. The trunk types available are :

  • t1
  • fxo
  • fxs
  • t1
  • sip

Select one of the trunk types.

Fxo/Fxs/T1

TDM interface

Specifies the time-division multiplexing interface.

Enter the TDM interface.

Signaling type

Specifies the signaling type. The signaling types are:

  • fxo-loop-start
  • fxs-loop-start

Select the signaling option.

Time slots

Specifies the slot in the channel bank.

SIP

Codec

Specifies the codecs.

  • G711-MU
  • G711-A
  • G729AB

Select the codec options.

Sip

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.

Description

Specifies the trunk description

Enter a brief description.

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.

Port Number

Specifies the number used for the communications endpoint for the SIP protocol.

Enter the port number. The default port is 5060.

Transport

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

Enter the transport. The default used is UDP