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Sonus sip endpoints

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Hi,

I want to set up a Sonus 1000 box to resister legacy sip ends points.  Can any one supply the documents steps to do this.

regards
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Question by:Aaron Street
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by:Mohammed Hamada
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what's your legacy sip end ?
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by:pergr
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As far as I know, the Sonus is not a SIP Registrar server...
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by:Aaron Street
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they are old mitel hand sets (5312), although I am looking for more general instructions.

So there are the settings for

Local Registrars
and
Local / pass though auth tables.

and then in the signalling group I can set up the registrar, but what I don't seem to be able to get is how does the SONUS know what Local registrar a device belongs to.

I set the phone handset up with the SONUS as the registrar and i see request packets coming in, but it dose not seem to actually register.

Indeed I followed the document you posted but feel I am missing a vital point!
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by:Mohammed Hamada
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First you need to make sure that you have a license to use SIP register for Sonus. if you don't have it it wont work.

Next In settings tab under "Local / Pass-thru Auth Tables create a new SIP Local/Pass-through Authorization Table and call it "Local" or anything you want and then click on the new created table and create new sip registering accounts from there.

I think this is all you have to do in order to register and make sure that you configure the "Type of Address of record as Local" and put the "address of Record URI" in its correct format "Protocol:user" or sip:1234" where 1234 is the extension number or the register number.

Under Authentication type the same number and create the password u need.

You will have to also create a SIP profiles with the following settings



Subscription State Header Passthrough       Enable

FQDN in From Header        Disable
 
Send Assert Header Always       Disable

Trusted Interface       Enable

Use Calling Number Name of FROM Header    Disable
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HI,

OK well I have licences on the way, so touch wood that will be the answer. It just seems strange you create a Local REgister, and Local / Pass-thru Auth Tables.

in the Sip signeling group you can chose "local" for registar and "the name of the local Register" you set up. But what was confusing me is that if you have multiple Local registrars set up (if this is possible) and Local / Pass-thru Auth Table + the actual devices. How the Sonus knows what matches with what?

Maybe I am over engineering this in my mind as I wait for the licences, and maybe it can only have a single Local Register. I will see when the licences come :)

Cheers for the pointers and info.
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by:Aaron Street
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Well finally got the licence!! only took a month or so..

But mitle phone still not registering. Still not sure about the Localregister settings on Sonus. Think i need to look in to the sip profile you mentioned. Will do so tomorrow and see how it goes.
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by:Aaron Street
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OK so still having issues with this, it just seems the mitel is not sending what I would expect.

All i see is this when it tries to register?

Received From 172.16.224.67:49202 On 149.155.224.30:5060

CALL-ID: cc0c0000-75fb55fd@172.16.224.67

Message Found At Line: 493

REGISTER sip:182.165.124.30 SIP/2.0
Via:SIP/2.0/TCP 172.16.224.67:5060;rport;branch=z9hG4bKcc190026
From:<sip:sip:+7777@182.165.124.30>;tag=5475cc0c-fc-3bb5c2da
To:<sip:sip:+7777@182.165.124.30>
Contact:<sip:sip%3A+7777@172.16.224.67:5060;transport=TCP>;+sip.instance="<urn:uuid:21a1c673-f893-3d20-9d7e-384ec1e7a96b>"
Call-ID:cc0c0000-75fb55fd@172.16.224.67
CSeq:3 REGISTER
Expires: 7200
User-Agent:Mitel-5312-SIP-Phone 05.00.00.18 08000F4D54EF
Supported:path,outbound,eventlist,gruu
Max-Forwards:70
Content-Length:0
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by:Aaron Street
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I can get this working with out authentication on the signaling group but not with. I not really sure why but I think its a mitel issue.
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by:Aaron Street
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Thanks for the pointers, not got me to a solution but lots of information to teach me about SIP :)
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