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Cisco Voip Guide

Cisco Voip Guide



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Cisco Systems, Inc.All rights reserved.170 West Tasman DriveSan Jose, CA 95134-1706USACisco Systems, Inc.
Corporate Headquarters
Copyright © 1998
Voice over IP Quick Start Guide
Product Numbers:NM-1V=, NM-2V=VIC-2E/M=, VIC-2FXO=, VIC-2FXS=
The voice over IP feature enables Cisco 3600 series modular routers to carry voice traffic, such astelephone calls and faxes, over an IP network, simultaneously with data traffic. (See Figure1.)
Figure1Voice and Data Trafc on an IP Network
This guide explains briefly how to install voice hardware and how to set up basic configurations of CiscoIOS software for a voice over IP network. It contains the following sections:
What You Should Know
, page3—Describes what you should know before starting, what youshoulddobeforeconfiguringyourvoicenetwork,conventionsusedinthisguide,andhowtofindmore information.
Installing Voice NetworkModules and Voice Interface Cards
, page4—Describes voicehardware and explains how to install and connect it.
Voice Port Numbering
, page8—Explains the interface numbering convention for voice ports.
Entering Configuration Mode
, page10—Offers hints for using CiscoIOS software toconfigure a voice over IP network.
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Customer Order Number: DOC-VOICEOIP-QSG=Text Part Number: 78-4936-01
Voice over IP Quick Start Guide
Configuring the IP Network for Real-Time Voice Traffic
, page12—Describes how toconfigure the IP network to accommodate voice traffic.
,page16—DescribeshowtoconfigureFXSvoiceinterfacecardsfor connecting a router to telephones, fax machines, and similar devices. This section alsointroduces the concepts of dial peers, which link voice ports or IP addresses with telephonenumbers,andnumberexpansion,ashortcuttoenteringrepeatedvoice-configurationcommands.
,page24—DescribeshowtoconfigureFXOvoiceinterfacecardsfor connecting a router to a telephone company central office.
Configuring E&M Interfaces
, page26—Describes how to configure E&M voice interfacecards for connections between PBXs.
Saving the Configuration
, page29—Explains how to save the configuration so it is availablethe next time you boot the router.
List of Terms
, page30—Provides a list of terms and abbreviations used in this guide.
Cisco Connection Online
, page32—Explains how to get service and support.
Voice over IP Quick Start Guide
3What You Should Know
What You Should Know
Thisguideisintendedfordatacommunicationsmanagersortelecommunicationsmanagerswhoareinstalling, configuring, or maintaining voice network modules and interface cards. It assumes thatyoualreadyhaveaworkingIPLANorWAN,orthatyouknowhowtosetoneup,andthatyouwantto add voice capability to it. It does not tell you how to design or install a LAN or WAN, assign IPaddresses, install routers and configure them for IP traffic, or perform other basic tasks. It alsoassumes that you are familiar with CiscoIOS software, and that you know how to configure therouters on your LAN or WAN for IP service.For E&M installations, you should also be familiar with telephony concepts and PBX operation.The“ListofTermsneartheendofthisguideprovidesaglossaryofmanytermsandconceptsusedby voice over IP. For further information on voice over IP features, refer to the
Voice NetworkModule and VoiceInterface Card ConfigurationNote
, the
Voice over IP SoftwareConfiguration Guide
, your router installation and configuration guide, the
 Regulatory Complianceand Safety Information
document for your router, and the CiscoIOS configuration guides andcommand references.
Document Conventions
In this guide:
Commands in the text are shown in
Variables for which you supply values are in
are also used for the titles of publications and for new words or concepts.
Information the router displays on the console screen is in
screen font
Information that you enter at the console keyboard is in
 boldface screen font
To Learn More
CiscodocumentationandadditionalliteratureareavailableinaCD-ROMpackage,whichshipswithyourproduct.TheDocumentationCD-ROM,amemberoftheCiscoConnectionFamily,isupdatedmonthly. Therefore, it might be more up to date than printed documentation. To order additionalcopies of the Documentation CD-ROM, contact your local sales representative or call customerservice. The CD-ROM package is available as a single package or as an annual subscription.You can also read Cisco documentation on the World Wide Web at http://www.cisco.com,http://www-china.cisco.com, or http://www-europe.cisco.com. From here, you can submitcommentselectronically.Click 
.Afteryoucomplete the form, click 
to send it to Cisco. We appreciate your comments.Ifyouhavequestionsorneedhelp,refertothesection“CiscoConnectionOnlineattheendofthisguide for further information.

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