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Table Of Contents

Purpose of this Handbook
Symbols Used in the Handbook
Safety Instructions
Start Here Guide
What You Received
Installation Tools and Equipment
Installation Checklist
About the 3300 ICP
Programming Tools
Installation/Maintenance Computer
Launching the Programming Tools
3300 ICP Documentation
Mitel OnLine
Contacting Mitel
Order Desk
Repair Department
Technical Support
Install Controller Components
Controller Component Options
Hard Drive
LX, 100, 250 and 700-User Hard Drive
MX Hard Drive
System ID Module
Other Controller Components
Mounting the MXe Controller
To rack-mount the MXe:
Connecting the Maintenance PC to the Controller
Requirements for AMC Connection
Basic Programming and Data Save
Connecting the Controller to the Network
Setting the Controller RTC IP address (for Release 6.0 and later)
Setting the Controller RTC IP address (prior to Release 6.0)
Programming DHCP
Programming the Controller DHCP Server Settings (for Release 7.0 and later)
Verifying the Operation of the Controller
Configuring the Layer 2 Switch
Install Units
Universal or R2 Network Services Unit
BRI Network Services Unit
Embedded Analog, Configure
Install the Interface Assemblies
Install Telephones and Peripherals
Installing Telephones, Consoles and Appliances
Installing Line Interface Modules
Programming Phones
Registering IP Devices from the Telephone
Setting Static IP Address on IP Display Set
Installing and Configuring Music on Hold
Back Up a Database
Restore a Database
To restore a database:
Upgrade/Install System Software
Software Upgrade Options
Upgrade/Install Options with Cluster or Dimension Changes
Installing the Software Installer Tool
Installing System Software on the FTP Server
To install system software on the FTP server:
Installing System Software on the Controller
Upgrading System Software
Converting a PRI Database on a Universal NSU
Applying a Software Patch
Installing System Software Manually
Establish a Connection to the Controller
Set Your Purchased Mitel Options
Restore the Database OR Program the System
Perform the Maintenance Checks
Upgrading/Installing with Maximum Elements Change
To upgrade and change to a flexed dimension:
Upgrade to Rls 6.0 or later with Flexed Dimensions
To upgrade to Release 6.0 or later with flexed dimensions:
Programming Overview
Install 6000 MAS Software
Install and Use IMAT
Installing IMAT on the PC
To install IMAT on the PC:
Programming an IP Address into the NSU
Using IMAT
Connect a Windows 95/98 PC to the NSU via Dial-Up
Install the Java Plug-In
About this Chapter
Safety Considerations
Upgrade a 3300 ICP
Power Down the Controller
Perform a System Reset
Removing/Replacing LX/700-User Controller Cover
Removing/Replacing MX/100-User Controller Cover
Removing/Replacing CX/CXi/MXe Controller Cover
Upgrading to a 300 or 450 MHz Controller
Upgrading to a 700-User Controller
Add or Replace Controller FRUs
•“Dual Fiber Interface Module (FIM)” on page104
Dual Fiber Interface Module (FIM)
DSP Module
•“Calculating DSP Usage (MXe)” on page105
•“Calculating DSP Usage (LX/MX)” on page105
Framer (Dual T1/E1, T1/E1 Combo, Quad BRI)
T1/E1 Combo
Echo Canceller
Analog Option Board (MX Controller)
Analog Option Board (CX/CXi Controller)
Add Controller FRUs
•“MXe RAID Controller” on page116
MXe RAID Controller
Redundant Hard Drive (MXe)
Application Processor Card (CXi)
APC Hard Drive (CXi)
Configure the System for 6000 MAS
Redundant Power Supply (MXe)
To add a redundant power supply in an MXe:
E2T Processor (MXe)
Replace Controller FRUs
Hard Drive Replacement Overview
LX, 100, 250, 700-User Hard Drive
MXe Hard Drive, Single
MXe Hard Drive, Redundant
MXe Hard Drive, Both Redundant Drives
CX/CXi Hard Drive
System i-Button (CX/CXi and MXe)
Analog Main Board (MX Controller)
Analog Main Board (MXe Controller)
Analog Main Board (CX/CXi Controller)
RTC Processor (MXe)
Cooling Fan (MXe)
Power Supply Unit (MXe)
Stratum 3 Clock Module
Install ASU II FRUs
Line Card (16 Port ONS / 4+12 Port Combo)
Power Supply
Install Peripheral Cabinet FRUs
Removing/Replacing the Front Panel of a Peripheral Cabinet or DSU
Powering Down the Peripheral Cabinet
To power down the peripheral cabinet:
Powering Up the Peripheral Cabinet
To power up the peripheral cabinet:
Replacing Circuit Cards
Replacing a Power Converter
Replacing the Power Distribution Unit (PDU)
Replacing a Cooling Fan
Replacing the Fiber Interface Module (FIM)
Expanding a Peripheral Cabinet II
Installing an Expanded Peripheral Cabinet
To install an expanded peripheral cabinet:
Replacing a Peripheral Switch Controller Card
Install Digital Service Unit FRUs
Removing/Replacing the Front Panel
Powering Down the DSU Unit
Installing a BRI Card
Installing a Formatter Card (CEPT, DS1)
To test a formatter card:
Installing a PRI Card
Installing a Peripheral Resource Card (PRC)
Replacing a DSU FIM
Installing a DSU FIM
To install a DSU FIM:
Installing an R2 Card
Installing a Fiber Interface Module
Migrate an SX-2000 PBX
Troubleshooting Tools
Using the Phone Debug Option
To use the phone debug option:
Using the Dual Mode Phone Debug Option
Accessing the Configuration Menu
Setting the Phone Mode
IEEE 802.1X Authentication for IP Phones
Configuring an Authentication Username and Password
Enabling or Disabling 802.1X Authentication
Before You Contact Technical Support
Audio File Downloads
Troubleshoot Hardware
Embedded T1/E1 (PRI, T1/D4, or MSDN/DPNSS)
Embedded BRI
Network Services Units (NSUs)
Analog Services Units (ASUs)
In-Line Power
Power Over Ethernet
Digital Service Units (DSU)
Troubleshoot Digital Trunks
Digital Trunking
Troubleshoot the Network
IP Trunking
CXi-specific Issues
PC Network Connectivity
IP Phone Registration
Troubleshoot Phones and Peripherals
Phone Connection
Phone Audio Quality
IP Phone Boot Sequence
To view maintenance or software logs:
Collecting System Logs, Release 5.2 and Later
Collecting System Logs, Release 5.1
Collecting System Logs - Release 5.1 System
Collecting System Lockup Logs - Release 5.1 System
Viewing Logs Remotely, TCP/IP Socket Numbers
Viewing Login and Logout Audit Logs
Device Connectivity
Automatic CESID Update
Monitoring Device Move Detection
Device Move Detection Procedures
Viewing Device Connectivity Logs
To view device connectivity logs:
IP Phone Analyzer
Installing the IP Phone Analyzer
To install the IP Phone analyzer:
Launching the IP Phone Analyzer
Enabling Tool Analysis
Disabling Tool Analysis
LSMeasure Tool
Controller Hardware Details
Controller Cabinet Numbering
T1/E1 Combo Card
Dual T1/E1 Framer
Quad BRI Framer
Analog Board (MX Controller)
Analog Board (CX and MXe Controllers)
Controller Alarm Port Pinouts
Controller Remote Alarm Behavior
Network Services Units
Analog Services Unit
5485 IP Paging Unit
Peripheral Cabinet
Digital Service Unit
IP Phones
Powering Features
CXi/MXe Requirements for IP Networking
Controller Configuration Settings (RTC)
Table 76: Controller Configuration Settings
DHCP Configuration Settings
Programming E2T via Debug Cable or Secure Telnet
Configuring External DHCP Settings for E2T
Configuring a Windows 2000 DHCP Server (prior to Release 7.0)
Configuring a Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 DHCP Server (Rls 7.0 and later)
System Administration Tool Settings
IP Phone Settings
Telephone Programming Guide
Network Configuration Examples
Configuration 1: One DHCP Server per VLAN
Configuration 2: One DHCP Server for Two VLANs
Configuration 3: Router on a Stick
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
CXi/MXe Configuration Procedures
Firewall/Port Forwarding
PPTP Remote Access
WAN Settings (Internet Gateway)
Configuration 1: CXi Typical Voice-Only Network
Configuration 3: CXi Typical Voice and Data Network
Configuration 4: MXe Typical Voice and Data Network
Windows 2000 FTP Server
Controller LEDs
Power Status, Front Panel
Hard Drive Activity, Rear Panel,
RAID Controller
LAN Ethernet Ports
Controller Alarm
Power Supply Unit LEDs
Dual T1/E1 Framer Module
Quad BRI Framer Module
Network Services Unit LEDs
Universal/R2 NSU
Analog Services Unit LEDs
IP Device LEDs
Peripheral Cabinet LEDs
Peripheral Cabinet FIM
Digital Services Unit LEDs
Hardware Part Numbers
Software Part Numbers
System Parameters
Port Usage
Encryption Support
Set Compression
Mitel IP Phone Power Consumption
Hardware Capacity
System Capacity
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