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Installation and Maintenance Manualfor the CONVERSip MP5000 Media Platform Volume 1 - Introduction, Features, and Specifications

Comdial strives to design the features in our communications systems to be fully interactive with one another. However, this is not always possible, as the combinations of accessories and features are too varied and extensive to insure total feature compatibility. Accordingly, some features identified in this publication will not operate if some other feature is activated, Comdial disclaims all liability relating to feature non-compatibility or associated in any way with problems which may be encountered by incompatible features. Notwithstanding anything contained in this publication to the contrary, Comdial makes no representation herein as to the compatibility of features.

Issued 03/04

Copyright 2003 Comdial Corporation All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is prohibited. Comdial Corporation 106 Cattlemen Road, Sarasota, FL 34232 -NoticeComdial reserves the right to make any changes and improvements in the product described in this document oat any time and without prior notice. CONVERSip is a trademark of Comdial Corporation. All other product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

Table of Contents

1. Introducing the CONVERSip MP5000 Multimedia Platform ........................................................ 1 1.1 Using This Manual ................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Using Related Publications ...................................................................................................... 1 1.2.1 Locating Documentation ................................................................................................. 2 1.3 Overview .................................................................................................................................. 3 1.3.1 System Components ...................................................................................................... 3 1.3.2 How the System Works .................................................................................................. 3 Understanding SIP......................................................................................................... 3 1.4 Supported Comdial Telephones............................................................................................... 5 1.5 Understanding the Telephone Features................................................................................... 7 1.6 Understanding the System Components and Product Codes.................................................. 9 1.7 System Specifications ............................................................................................................ 10 2. Understanding the System Features .......................................................................................... 13 2.1 Feature Listing ....................................................................................................................... 13 3. Describing the Hardware ............................................................................................................. 79 3.1 Main/Expansion Cabinet (FXCBX-II)...................................................................................... 79 3.1.1 Central Processor Board (FXCPU-3) ........................................................................... 80 Status Indicators .......................................................................................................... 81 Programming Requirements ........................................................................................ 81 3.1.2 FXCPU3 Memory Upgrades ......................................................................................... 81 3.1.3 Services Board (FXSRV2-II or FXSRV-EX) ................................................................. 83 3.1.4 External Battery Assembly (BBLFXII) ........................................................................... 83 3.1.5 Auxiliary board (FXINT-MAUXII) .................................................................................. 84 3.1.6 Ribbon Cable Expansion Kit (FXII-RBNEXP) ............................................................... 84 3.1.7 SCSI Expansion Kits (FXII-EXP) .................................................................................. 84 3.1.8 Fiber Optics Expansion Kits (FXOPX-n) ...................................................................... 85 3.1.9 Line and Station Boards Overview ............................................................................... 86 3.1.10 Digital Station Board (FXLDS-16) ............................................................................... 87 3.1.11 Loop/Ground Start CO Line Board (FXGST-08) ......................................................... 87 3.1.12 Centrex Message Waiting Line Board w/CID (FXCMW-xx) ....................................... 88 3.1.13 DID/E&M Line Board (FXEMDD-DF) .......................................................................... 88 3.1.14 T1 Line Board (FXT1-24) ............................................................................................ 88 3.1.15 FXNET Board (FXNET) .............................................................................................. 89 3.1.16 Synchronization Card (DXOPT-SYN) ......................................................................... 89 3.1.17 ISDN-PRI Interface Line Board (FXT1-PRI) ............................................................... 89 3.1.18 IST Station Board (FXISTM-Cxx) ............................................................................... 90

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3.1.19 VoIP Line Board (FXVoIP-x) ....................................................................................... 91 Protocols and Features................................................................................................ 92 Programming Requirements ........................................................................................ 92 SIP Endpoints .............................................................................................................. 93 Soft Phone ................................................................................................................... 94 8902-P IP Telephone ................................................................................................... 94 3.1.20 DTMF Receiver Board (FXDTMF-xx) ......................................................................... 94 3.1.21 DTMF Receiver Card (DXOPT-TON) ......................................................................... 94

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MP5000 I&M Manual - Volume 1

1. INTRODUCING THE CONVERSIP MP5000 MULTIMEDIA PLATFORM1.1 Using This ManualThis publication contains a technical discussion of the digital telephone system. It provides step-bystep instructions for installation and programming. You should become familiar with this manual before you attempt to install and program the system. This manual is comprised of three separate volumes, numbered and arranged as follows: Volume 1: IMI89365 - Introduction and Features Chapter 1, Introduction, is a general overview of the system components and part numbers. Also included is a listing of related publications and general system specifications. Chapter 2, Feature Description, provides a description of all station and system features associated with Comdials CONVERSip MP5000. Chapter 3, Hardware Description, provides an understanding of the operational characteristics of the system hardware components. Volume 2: IMI89366- Installation Chapter 4, Installation, provides instructions for installing the cabinet, printed circuit boards, and ancillary equipment. Volume 3: IMI89367- Programming and Maintenance Chapter 5, Programming, provides instructions for programming the various operational characteristics of the system. Chapter 6, Records, provide templates for recording the site specific programming. Chapter 7, Maintenance, provides assistance in resolving system or sub-assembly failures. Appendix A, SIP Administration, provides an overview of a SIP installation.

1.2 Using Related PublicationsAll of the Comdial publications are available for download from Comdials Customer Care Center, located at http://www.comdial.com/ccc. Should you need hard copies of these publications, contact your Comdial inside sales representative. Comdial Inside Sales Department 106 Cattlemen Road Sarasota, Florida 34232 Phone: 1800-Comdial

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Introducing the CONVERSip MP5000 Multimedia Platform

1.2.1 LOCATING DOCUMENTATIONComdial technical publications are numbered according to their intended function. Various publications pertaining to the products offered by Comdial can be found at http://comdial.com/ccc.

Document Prefix IMI

Document Type Installation and Maintenance Instructions General and Descriptive Information Technical Advisory Bulletin

Purpose Provides instructions for Installing and Maintaining the telephone system. Provides general information for the operation of features or hardware. Publications that are intended to offer specific technical information related to a particular product. Provides information to alert the field about specific service related issues. Provide information about a new software release. These notices may be for new feature releases or maintenance.

GCA TAB

SAB SRN/MRN

Service Advisory Bulletin Software Release Notice

The following publications are a valuable source of information. Each of these documents is availab