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1 Introduction to VoIP and Avaya Products
1.1 Servers, Gateways, Stations, and Trunks Defined
1.2 Avaya Server-Gateway and Trunk Architectures
Traditional DEFINITY System
IP-enabled DEFINITY System
S8500 Media Server
Multi-Connect with Remote G700/G350/G250 Gateways
IP-Connect with Remote G700/G350/G250 Gateways
1.3 VoIP Protocols and Ports
2 IP Network Guidelines
2.1 General Guidelines
Ethernet Switches
2.2 Bandwidth Considerations
L3 Fragmentation (MTU)
L2 Fragmentation
Rules for 802.1p/Q Tagging
QoS on an Ethernet Switch
QoS on a Router
QoS Guidelines
Traffic Shaping on Frame Relay Links
3 Guidelines for Avaya Servers and Gateways
3.1 S87xx/S8500 Servers
S87xx/S8500 802.1p/Q and DSCP
3.3 G700/G350/G250 Media Gateways
G700 P330/C360 L2 Switch
G700 Media Gateway Processor (MGP)
G700 in Octaplane Stack vs. Standalone
G350 Media Gateway
G250 Media Gateway
General Guidelines Related to Gateways
3.4 G650/G600, MCC1, and SCC1 Gateways (Port Networks)
C-LAN Capacity and Recommendations
C-LAN and MedPro/MR320 Protocols and Ports
C-LAN and MedPro/MR320 Network Placement
C-LAN and MedPro/MR320 802.1p/Q and DSCP
MR320 Capabilities and MR320 Bearer Duplication
Extreme Measures for MedPro and Other IP Boards on Cisco Switches
IP Server Interface (IPSI) Board
3.5 General IP-Telephony-Related Configurations (SAT Forms)
SAT Troubleshooting Commands
4 Guidelines for Avaya 4600 Series IP Telephones
Legacy Models vs. Current Models
DHCP Option 176
DHCP Lease Duration
Additional Script and Firmware Download Methods
Boot-up Sequence
Call Sequence
Keepalive Mechanisms
4.2 Connecting a PC to the Phone
IP Phone and Attached PC on Same VLAN
IP Phone and Attached PC on Different VLANs
4.3 Gatekeeper Lists and DHCP Option 176
Main Site
Branch Site
Two Methods of Receiving the Gatekeeper List
Verifying the Gatekeeper Lists
Appendix A: VLAN Primer
Appendix B: Cisco Auto-Discovery
Appendix C: RTP Header Compression
Appendix D: Access List Guidelines
Appendix E: Common IP Commands
Appendix F: Sample QoS Configurations
Appendix G: IP Trunk Bypass – TDM Fallback Q&A
Appendix H: IPSI Signaling Bandwidth Requirements
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Avaya VOIP BW Calculation

Avaya VOIP BW Calculation

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