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SIP-DECT Enterprise Plus

For large enterprises


SIP-DECT Enterprise Plus is a mobility solution for the large enterprise
market. It uses the base stations listed
below (so called Radio Fixed Parts) and
provides a seamless radio network for
voice and / or data mobility.
All RFPs are certified for the new DECT
standard CAT-iq 1.0 (Cordless Advanced
Technology - Internet and Quality) supporting almost CD level audio quality if
required.
SIP-DECT Enterprise Plus can handle
mobility networks with up to 2048 RFPs
and 4500 handsets.
The following RFPs are available:
 RFP 35 IP for inside installations
 RFP 36 IP for outside installations
with integrated dipole antennas
 RFP 37 IP for inside and outside installations including sockets for external
beam or dipole antennas
 RFP 43 WLAN for parallel provisioning
of DECT for voice and WLAN for data
Besides the CAT-iq 1.0 standard the RFPs
support 1 Gigabit Ethernet and come
with a large flash memory, which enables system boot without a TFTP server.

Highlights of SIP-DECT
 Outstanding voice quality and data
transmission
 No range restrictions. The size of the
radio network can grow with your
IP-infrastructure
 Simultaneous support of mobile
voice and data communication
 Single point of provisioning eases
installation, set up, maintenance and
service

 Easy handset and RFP installation;


no frequency planning required for
DECT
 Aastra 600c/d handsets are updated
automatically after enrolement to
the system
 The perfect option for easy and
cost-optimized mobile networking
between sites and for the extension
of existing networks
 Roaming between sites that are connected via WAN
 Cost efficient modification of system
size and capacity due to specific
licensing
 Up to 2048 RFPs & 4500 handsets
supported
 DECT XQ avoids the degradation or
cancellation of the radio signal in
reflecting environments
 Integrated alarming solution including messaging, which can be extended with an external alarm server
 XML interface for a wide range of
external applications
 XML API for deeper system integration
 Support of feature access codes for
remote activation of special platform
features from the handsets
 Three-way conference regardless of
the communication system
 In addition to the primary SIP
Registrar SIP-DECT supports two additional backup levels.
 If Fail over Keep Alive is enabled
SIP-DECT forces re-registrations to
automatically find the next available
registrar in the list.

RFP 37 IP
RFP 36 IP

RFP 43 WLAN
RFP 35 IP

Aastra 612d / 622d / 632d / 650c

Provisioning & Deployment


 Automatic creation of handset data in large systems when
subscription is enabled to reduce the administrative effort
 Import of user data from external sources
 Split of user and handset data for fast registration of new
users
 Prioritized Registrations for important users can be set with
the attribute VIP in the user configuration

Multicast
TFTP Server

Unicast
TFTP Server
1

Switch

2 ...

...

Switch

OMM Data base


System Data
(system name, PARK,
regulatory domain, ...)
Radio Fixed Parts
(MAC adress, location, ...)
Provisioning Server*

Handset Data
(IPEI, UAK, PPN, ...)

Subscription
User login
User logout

User data record


One file per user,
the correct file is
identified by user
information which
is provided during
user login

fixed

free

Without any user login

User Data
(phone number, name, ...)

 Support of external configuration files (for RFPs)


 Multicast TFTP download feature for faster firmware update
 Import RFP data (CSV) to the OMM via OM Management
Portal (OMP)
 Data load optimized SIP registration with traffic shaping

* if required

Management
 Web service / OM Management Portal (OMP) for system
configuration, status display with event log, statistics and
real time monitoring
 SNMP support (read community and trap support)
 RFP status monitor, e.g. system alarm states

 72 h grace period on license violations and in demo mode


 OMP can apply and change parameters to multiple entries,
e.g. RFPs at once

Handset Sharing
 A handset is shared by different users (e.g. shift workers)
 The relation between user and handset data set can be
linked/ unlinked by the user (login / logout), so that another
user can use the phone

XML
Call Manager
LDAP Server

Aastra
Alarm Server

3rd Party
Message Server
OM integrated
OM Integrated
Messaging
& Alerting
Service
Messaging
and
Alerting Service
OMM

Provisioning /
Database
Backup Server

OM Management Portal
OM
Locating Server

Web Service
OMM Application XML
Interface (O M AXI)
for OAM&P (Operation,
Administration,
Maintenance &
Provisioning) and other
applications (XML, TCP/TLS)

up to 10
OM Locating Clients

 Additionally 3rd party server applications can be connected


via XML (OM AXI), e.g.:
Alarm server - External 3rd party alerting solution with
OMM 3.0 or higher
Aastra Alarm Server - with OMM 4.0 or higher
Message server - External messaging solution with OMM
2.1 or higher
Locating server - with OMM 3.0 or higher
Open interface for 3rd party solutions, OAM&P (Operation,
Administration, Maintenance & Provisioning) access to the
OM AXI specification available via A2P2 program

Messaging & Alerting


 Integrated solution for
Vertical target groups which require
a reliable solution in connection with
mobility
Hospitals, hotels, security staff, jailhouses, care facilities
 The IMA service can be extended with
an external message server solution
via OM AXI

 Transfer of private directory entries as


vCards (internally)
 Status of the handset in the SIP-DECT
system can be monitored and used
for escalation (registration, activity,
call diversion, silent charging, battery
status and log in when in handset
sharing mode)
 Support of RSS feeds

IMA

email

Handset

Handset

Alarm triggers

 Handset messages with up to 1,000


characters and different priorities

Integrated Locating Application


 Web based application which provides locating information of the
enrolled handsets
 Automatic escalation via alarm server
/IMA if a new man-down, no movement, escape alert or SOS call is not
treated by an operator
 Up to 10 operators / clients
 Search filter function to search for
handsets or handset groups and their
likely location
 Integrated messaging client
 Operator can trigger an audio alarm
on the target handset
 Locating display for handset link, RFP
visibility, handset event history, active
SOS, no movement, escape and mandown alarms
 Handset locating request can be initiated by a handset user

 RFP visibility (connected RFP) of the


localized handset can be displayed on
Aastra 600c/d
 Handset last location update history
with user action, e.g. call, handover,
etc.
 To optimize the locating service surveillance cameras can be connected
to the USB interfaces of the DECT base
stations.

RFP

RFP

OMM

OpenMobility
Locating Application
Locating clients:
1 ... (up to) 10
Locating Server

Installation with surveillance cameras

DECT phones and infrastructure


Features
Large DECT
Systems (XXL)
Messaging
Initiate
Alarm Trigger

GAP

Aastra 142d

Yes, but limited


and not recommended

* , # procedure * , # procedure
No sensor alarm No sensor alarm

Aastra 600d

Aastra 650c

Name

Unlicensed RFPs
RFP 35 IP

Part number
68637

RFP 36 IP

68635
80-00001AAA-A

RFP 37 IP

sensor alarm1,
SOS key, quick
dial (* , #)

RFP 43 WLAN

68636

SOS key, quick


dial (* , #)

AC adapter for RFPs

87-00002AAA-A

Enhanced
Enhanced
locating features locating features

Locating

DECT XQ

CAT-iq

() feature supported (-) feature not supported 1only Aastra 632d 2only when used with Aastra 5000

Accessories
System CD 4.0

89-00004AAA-A

Aastra 142d

68743

Aastra 612d

80E00011AAA-A

Aastra 622d

80E00012AAA-A

Aastra 632d

80E00013AAA-A

Aastra 650c

68631
3

Supported SIP-RFCs
 RFC 2030: Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
 RFC 2474: Definition of the Differentiated Services Field (DS Field)
 RFC 2617: HTTP Authentication: Basic
and Digest Access Authentication
 RFC 2782: A DNS RR for specifying the
location of services (DNS SRV)
 RFC 3261: Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP)
 RFC 3262: Reliability of Provisional
Responses in the Session Initiation
Protocol (SIP)
 RFC 3264: An Offer/Answer Model
with Session Description Protocol
(SDP)
 RFC 3311: The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) UPDATE Method

 RFC 3326: Reason header field e.g.


call completed elsewhere
 RFC 3420: Internet Media Type message / sipfrag
 RFC 3515: The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Refer method [2]
 RFC 3550: RTP: A Transport Protocol
for Real-Time Applications
 RFC 3665: Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) Basic Call Flow Examples
 RFC 3842: A Message Summary and
Message Waiting Indication Event
Package for SIP
 RFC 3891: The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Replaces Header
 RFC 3892: The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Referred-By Mechanism

 RFC 4320: Actions Addressing Identified issues with the SIP Non-INVITE
Transaction
 RFC 4475: SIP Torture Test Messages
 RFC 4566: SDP: Session Description
protocol
 RFC 4579: Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) Call Control - Transfer
 RFC 4733: RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones, and Telephony
Signals
 RFC 4961: Symmetric RTP / RTP Control Protocol (RTCP)
 RFC 5589: Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) Call Control - Conferencing for
User Agents
 RFC 5806: Display Diversion Indication

Licensing
License steps1 (additive)
Related part numbers

License name
System activation

Use activation key (TAD) + PARK from system CD


10
68667

OM system license (for RFPs)

20
68666

50
68665

OM Messaging & Alerting


(alarming & reception of messages)

250
68663

500
68662

1000
68661

1 license per system

OM Messaging Send License


(for handsets to send text messages)

10
68659

20
68658

50
68657

68660
100
68656

250
68655

OM Locating License
(for the localisation of handsets)

10
68654

20
68653

50
68652

100
68651

250
68650

1 license per system

OM Locating Server License

68649

Use of G.729 CODEC (as of Release 3.0,


only)
SW Update License (for system
upgrades within additional 12 months)
1

Reference 02/2014

100
68664

5
86-00012AAA-A

10
86-00013AAA-A

20
86-00014AAA-A

50
86-00015AAA-A

(Right for free software updates for additional 12 months)


68632

The license server always generates just one activation file which contains the sum of all license features purchased for a given system.

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