Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- Worksheet 3-3: Telephony Requirements (Hong Kong)

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This worksheet describes the non-ISDN T1 CAS telephony requirements for Hong Kong.


Note: If you are planning a T1-PRI telephony installation for Hong Kong, use the information in Worksheet 3-2: Telephony Requirements for ISDN-PRI Lines (U.S., Canada, Japan).


Task Description Complete

Access ports

Number of access ports (user licenses) your company purchased: #_____________

 

Telephony setup

How Cisco Unified MeetingPlace will attach to the phone network:

  • Directly to PSTN
  • Through a PBX
 

T1 lines

Order T1 lines to accommodate the number of T1 ports purchased.

 

Trunking type

The trunking type provided with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system:

  • Digital trunks-1.544 Mbps T1
  • IDA-M service
 

PBX requirements

Order additional hardware or software for your PBX to accommodate new T1 lines.


The following telephony components or services can take from 4 to 6 weeks to order and install:

  • Network Telco Service (trunk lines, main phone number, or combined access numbers)
  • PBX specific hardware or software (Smart Blades, software upgrade)
  • Additional hardware (CSU, UPS)
 

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number(s)

The main phone number (800 and/or local) at the beginning of the range.

 

Digital line requirements

  • Standard or fractional T1
  • Channelized into 24 channels
  • Ability to receive calls
  • Ability to place calls (required for outdials and alarm outcalls)
  • Ability to hunt all ports (linear, circular, UCD, or ACD)
  • Toll restriction on ports lifted (required for outdials and alarm outcalls)
  • DTMF generated by all PBX or network phones, including the operator console
  • Male RJ-45 jack connector

Note: PBX/Telco must provide disconnect supervision.

 

Numbering plan


If using DID Meeting Access, numbering plan for DID/DNIS or DDI, including ranges for Combined, Profile, and Direct Meeting Access

 

Signaling

One of the following:

  • E&M Wink Start
  • E&M Wink Start, DTMF digits, and DID/DNIS or DDI
  • Loop start only
 

Coding format

One of the following:

  • B8ZS (preferred)
  • Jammed Bit (bit stuffing)
  • AMI

Note: If AMI is used, the number of zeros (0) in a row may exceed the recommended Telco value of 15. This can happen if all participants in the same meeting are on the same span. In that case, a 0s pattern can be sent to all channels at the same time, exceeding the maximum. This, in turn, can lead to meeting participants being dropped by the Telco from the meeting. Therefore, use B8ZS or Jammed Bit, if possible.

 

Framing

One of the following:

  • Extended super frame (ESF) (preferred)
  • Standard super frame D4 (SF/D4)

Note: Triggering of "yellow alarm" signals. This false triggering can lead to dropped calls. Conferencing applications are particularly susceptible to this problem with D4 framing. The problem can occur when all 24 channels on a single span are in a conference and are carrying identical data streams. D4 transmission equipment in the network can falsely interpret the identical data on all 24 channels as a "yellow alarm" signal. For this reason, Cisco recommends configuring T1 spans for ESF framing.

 

Additional hardware

Channel service unit (CSU) required for each T1 connection over 330 feet (100 meters) from the demarcation point (demarc) or from the PBX.

 

Modem requirements

  • Analog phone line, or PBX connection
  • Pilot number, accessible from outside
  • RJ-11C connector
 

Translation table

Translation table requirements for dialing restrictions.

 

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