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Legacy PBXs vary greatly Your choice of an IP gateway should be based on its support for the legacy PBX The critical features that need to be supported by the IP gateway are: Line provisioning type T1 PRI CAS trunk, T1 PRI, ISDN BRI, individual voice lines Signaling integration SMDI, QSIG, or digital set emulation (DSE) QSIG and DSE have built-in signaling integration T1 CAS requires SMDI for signaling Line call plan Settings on the PBX that define the supported call scope This can be as broad as worldwide and as limited as internal calls only Hunt group/pilot number If existing hunt groups and pilot numbers are in place from an existing solution, consider whether you want to reuse voicemail numbers or create new ones
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Administering Exchange Server 2007
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IP Gateway MediaPack 114/8 FXO Mediant 1000 Mediant 2000 PIMG80PBXDNI PIMG80LS TIMG300DTI, TIMG600DTI
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Supported Protocols Analog with In-Band DTMF Analog with SMDI T1/E1 QSIG T1/E1 CAS T1/E1 QSIG Digital Set Emulation Analog with In-Band DTMF Analog with SMDI T1 CAS T1/E1 QSIG
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Supported IP Gateways
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It is important to review the, PBX Configuration Notes Tested by Microsoft or Gateway Vendor Partners, at http://wwwmicrosoftcom/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/pbxpartnersmspx to locate the configuration notes document for the PBX and IP gateway that you will be using These documents are created by the vendor specifically to show how to configure their devices to work with your PBX Reviewing the capabilities of these documents prior to purchasing an IP gateway is recommended so you can make an informed decision The supported IP gateways are listed in Table 9-3
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IP PBX
The IP PBXs that are supported by Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Server are few and far between However, the list is expected to grow as adoption of Unified Messaging increases The key to their integration is support for SIP over TCP Table 9-4 lists the currently supported IP PBXs
PBX Manufacturer Avaya Cisco Interactive Intelligence Mitel Nortel Networks TABLE 9-4
PBX Model/Type Avaya Communication Manager CallManager Customer Interaction Center 3300 CXi, CX/MXe CS 1000 (aka CS1K)
Minimum Software Version V20 50, 51 24 71 UR2 50
Supported IP PBXs
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Administering Unified Messaging Servers
Configuring Unified Messaging Servers
After the PBX has been integrated with an IP gateway or an IP PBX has been deployed, you will need to integrate the Unified Messaging server with the IP gateway or IP PBX Although a number of administrative tasks can be performed from the Exchange Management Console (EMC), you may want to review the cmdlets available for administering the Unified Messaging servers and UM users from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) shown in Table 9-5 Integrating Unified Messaging servers with a VoIP solution requires a minimum number of configurations performed in a specific order These steps should be performed after the gateway and legacy PBX or IP PBX have been tested and are functioning: 1 Create a dial plan 2 Create a UM IP gateway 3 Create a UM mailbox plan 4 Create a UM hunt 5 Create UM dialing rules 6 Assign UM dialing rules to the dial plan and to the mailbox policy 7 Generate GAL Grammar Following this procedure will guarantee that you have meet the prerequisite(s) for each step you are performing in sequence
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Get-UMActiveCalls Get-UMAutoAttendant Get-UMDialplan Get-UMHuntGroup Get-UMIPGateway Get-UMMailbox Get-UMMailboxPIN Get-UMMailboxPolicy Get-UMServer New-UMIPGateway New-UMHuntGroup New-UMMailboxPolicy TABLE 9-5
New-UMDialplan New-UMAutoAttendant Set-UMServer Set-UMAutoAttendant Set-UMMailbox Set-UMMailboxPolicy Set-UMMailboxPIN Set-UMIPGateway Set-UMDialplan Test-UMConnectivity Disable-UMMailbox Disable-UMServer
Disable-UMAutoAttendant Disable-UMIPGateway Enable-UMIPGateway Enable-UMMailbox Enable-UMAutoAttendant Enable-UMServer Remove-UMHuntGroup Remove-UMAutoAttendant Remove-UMIPGateway Remove-UMDialplan Remove-UMMailboxPolicy
Unified Messaging Cmdlets (Service Pack 1)
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Dial Plans
A UM dial plan defines a link from the telephone extension number of a user to the corresponding UM-enabled mailbox Regions around the world have different access numbers and extension patterns Dial plans allow you to specify unique dialing rules for different locations in your organization UM dial plans store the configuration information necessary to communicate with the telephony system in Active Directory Each UM dial plan has an associated UM mailbox policy
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