4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 5, 2014 5:05 PM by olivertwisted

    TA924 SIP to SIP configuration.

    bradh8148 New Member

      I am working on a SIP to SIP configuration and wanted to see if this configuration would work before implementing it at a customer's site. The Telco has a SIP trunk coming into the dealership and we want to use this to interface with the Adran TA924 and then have the Adtran talk SIP to our PBX. Will the below configuration work? is there anything else I am missing?

       

      ! ADTRAN, Inc. OS version R11.3.0.E
      ! Boot ROM version 14.04.00
      ! Platform: Total Access 924 (2nd Gen), part number 4212924L1
      ! Serial number CFG1293136
      !
      !
      hostname "VGateway"
      enable password encrypted 3c3438ba6d08acbd1c46952be061e3b9e339
      !
      clock timezone -6-Central-Time
      !
      ip subnet-zero
      ip classless
      ip default-gateway xx.xx.xx.xx
      ip routing
      !
      domain-proxy
      !
      no auto-config
      !
      event-history on
      logging forwarding on
      no logging console
      logging facility local0
      logging forwarding priority-level smdr
      logging forwarding receiver-ip xx.xx.xx.xx
      no logging email
      !
      service password-encryption
      !
      username "username" password encrypted "aasldjfoiq3efioj"
      !
      no ip firewall alg msn
      no ip firewall alg mszone
      no ip firewall alg h323
      !
      no dot11ap access-point-control
      !
      interface eth 0/1
        encapsulation 802.1q
        no shutdown
      !
      interface eth 0/1.400
        vlan-id 400
        ip address  xx.xx.1..xx  255.255.255.0
        media-gateway ip primary
        no shutdown
      !
      interface eth 0/1.500
        vlan-id 500 native
        ip address  10.xx.xx..xx 255.255.255.0
        no shutdown
      !
      interface eth 0/1.600
        vlan-id 600
        ip address  172.xx.xx.xx 255.255.255.252
        media-gateway ip primary
        no shutdown
      !
      interface t1 0/1
        shutdown
      !
      interface t1 0/2
        shutdown
      !
      interface pri 1
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/1
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/2
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/3
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/4
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/5
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/6
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/7
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/8
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/9
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/10
        no shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/11
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/12
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/13
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/14
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/15
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/16
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/17
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/18
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/19
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/20
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/21
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/22
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/23
        shutdown
      !
      interface fxs 0/24
        shutdown
      !
      isdn-group 1
      !
      isdn-number-template 0 prefix "" plan 1 type 2 NXX-NXX-XXXX
      !
      timing-source t1 0/2
      !
      no tftp server
      no tftp server overwrite
      http server
      no http secure-server
      no snmp agent
      no ip ftp server
      no ip scp server
      no ip sntp server
      !
      sip
      sip udp 5060
      no sip tcp
      !
      voice feature-mode network
      voice flashhook mode transparent
      voice forward-mode network
      voice call-appearance-mode single
      voice conferencing-mode local
      !
      voice spre 1 *XX
      !
      voice dial-plan 1 local NXX-NXX-XXXX
      voice dial-plan 2 international 011$
      !
      voice codec-list PBX_DEFAULT
        default
        codec g711ulaw
      !
      voice ani-list all
        ani $
        ani X$
      !
      voice ani-list fxs
      !
      voice trunk-list sip-list
        trunk T01
      !
      voice trunk T01 type pstn
        description "TELCO"
        sip-server primary xx.16.xx.xx
        no registrar require-expires
        dial-string source to
        codec-list PBX_DEFAULT both
        ringback override 180
      !
      voice trunk T02 type sip
        description "PBX"
        sip-server primary xx.xx.xx.xx
        no registrar require-expires
        dial-string source to
        codec-list PBX_DEFAULT both
        ringback override 180
      !
      voice grouped-trunk PBXVOIPTRUNKGROUP
        trunk T02
        accept $ cost 0
        deny list fxs
        permit list all
        permit list pri-list
        !deny all other trunks
        !deny all other ani
      !
      voice grouped-trunk SIPTRUNKGROUP
        trunk T01
        accept $ cost 0
      !

      no sip registrar authenticate
      !
      ip rtp udp 19560
      ip rtp symmetric-filter
      !
      line con 0
        no login
      !
      line telnet 0 4
        login
        password encrypted io3uh393785hgsihf
        no shutdown
      line ssh 0 4
        login local-userlist
        no shutdown
      !
      ntp source ethernet 0/1.400
      ntp server xx.xx.xx.xx source ethernet 0/1.400 prefer
      !
      end

        • Re: TA924 SIP to SIP configuration.
          geo Employee

          Hello Brad,

           

          I do not see any major issues with the config.  It looks similar to - SBC SIP Trunking Sample Configuration which is what you would want to use to build your config.  I would add this global command - ip rtp media-anchoring

           

          Regards,

          Geoff

            • Re: TA924 SIP to SIP configuration.
              bradh8148 New Member

              I am unable to add the ip rtp media-anchoring to this Adtran. Is there a reason why I cannot? is this command needed for this configuration to work properly?

                • Re: TA924 SIP to SIP configuration.
                  bradh8148 New Member

                  Just an FYI, This configuration WILL NOT work if you have an TA924 Adtran... Unfortunately I found this out the hard way... I tried to call Adtran support multiple times and never heard back from them however I heard back from Sales Support who said that this configuration only work on 9xx(e) models.... I have to say this is the worst support I have received from Adtran who are usually pretty good at calling me back in a timely manner.

                   

                  Because of this error I have not been able to get this customer live on our phone system. So if anyone has any other ideas I would be happy to hear them.

              • Re: TA924 SIP to SIP configuration.
                olivertwisted Employee

                Just passing by here looking for something else, so based on a quick look...

                Wouldn't you want to be more specific about which calls go to the PBX?

                both grouped-trunks accept calls for all destinations (accept $ cost 0)

                 

                you likely want something like this for the PBX side

                 

                  no accept $ cost 0

                  accept 555-564-2030 cost 0

                  accept 555-362-4211 cost 0

                  accept 555-362-4212 cost 0

                ...

                Current:

                voice grouped-trunk PBXVOIPTRUNKGROUP

                  trunk T02

                  accept $ cost 0

                  deny list fxs

                  permit list all

                  permit list pri-list

                  !deny all other trunks

                  !deny all other ani

                !

                voice grouped-trunk SIPTRUNKGROUP

                  trunk T01

                  accept $ cost 0

                accept $ cost 0