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USER EXPERIENCE IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE
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Configuration for MX100G-S interworking with IMS
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1.Log-in as admin using the default IP: 192.168.2.240 , default Password:mx100.

2.After the equipment is turned on, it is assigned a fixed IP address.

IP address



3.The auxiliary port cannot be used as a control port for the equipment interface.


equipment interface


4.Configurate the Registrar Server and the Subdomain Name. Select Per SIP Trunk as its Registrar mode.

Configurate the Registrar Server



The Domain Name of the User is:ims.sd.chinamobile.com This Domain Name is the IMS User Domain Name of the China Mobile, Shandong, and there will be some changes in other areas or by other service operators.


5.For SIP Trunk registration, the number’s accuracy must be checked and the prefix is +86531(the Jinan Area), filling out the username, the suffix is: @ims.sd.chinamobile.com.

For SIP Trunk registration


6.Modify the Line Framing.Notenormally, it isn’t necessary to change it.


On Basic>TDM page, modify the Line Framing Mode (Abbreviation: Delivery & Test, this is a negotiation, and you can try it out if the link is unavailable).


If the DS1 Type is set to T1 then line Framing can be set to D4, SF(Super Frame), and ESF(Extended Super Frame) mode.

If the DS1 Type is set to E1 then Line Framing can be set to E1_MF_CRC mode.

TDM page


7.On ISDN >Application page, select the Switch Type. (Note: if the peer terminal is Network, then choose User, if the peer terminal is User, then choose Network).

ISDN Application page


8.On ISDN> Application>Nail-up connection pageenable “No CPDN and channel ID will be applied”.


Nail-up connection page

9.On Routing>Routing table page, set the routing rules as follows:

Routing table page


The number’s outbound calls must go via the designated outside line: send the calling number 12345 from ISDN to the first IP outside line.


10.On Advanced> SIP page. Enable IMS.

SIP page


Register the IMS username and select IMS here.


11.Log management—check the IDSN status. The normal ISDN line connection is as below:

check the IDSN status


 IMS username


12.Register IMS username for the MX100G-S.

How to use computer to login the web interface of the equipment:


Find a switch and plug the mobile line into the switch, connect the ETH port of the MX100G-S to the switch and then connect the computer to the switch. Set the IP Address of the computer and the MX100G-S in the same network segment, and it isn’t necessary to set the computer’s gateway address.


The E1 network line side of the MX100G-S:1245—4512(Note: white-orange is 1, orange is 2, white-blue is 4, blue is 5.

Another side: white-blue is 1, blue is 2, white-orange is 4, orange is 5).


Note

If it cannot call-in or there is no ring-back tone while call-in, then set the request/response message configuration of the MX100G-S on Advanced>SIP page and select Send 180 to replace 18x with 180.

SIP page


MX100G-S


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