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KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS). KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Agenda. Introduction Summary Specification DSP Resource What is DECT? Installation IP-CS Configuration UPCMC Programming Site Survey Air Synchronisation Possible Installation Examples Operation LED Status VLAN.

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KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Agenda

  • Introduction

    • Summary

    • Specification

    • DSP Resource

    • What is DECT?

  • Installation

    • IP-CS Configuration

    • UPCMC Programming

    • Site Survey

    • Air Synchronisation

    • Possible Installation Examples

  • Operation

    • LED Status

    • VLAN


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Agenda (cont.)

  • 4. Upgrade

    • Firmware upgrade via FTP

    • PS firmware upgrade over Air

  • 5. Troubleshooting

    • FTP Server logs

    • UPCMC FTP


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Summary

  • Wireless solution for remote office communication

  • PoE compatible

  • 8 simultaneous calls over 10/100Mb LAN

  • “Legacy” CS’ compatible with TDA0141 and TDA0158

  • No Activation Key requirements!

  • Based on audio quality improvements made on TDA0158 v4.013

  • LED status indication


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction

Basic Specification


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

System Capacity

*1 = One TDA0158 counts as 2 x TDA0141


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

PBX Requirements


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Peer to peer communication is not possible IP-PT <-> IP-CS

G.722 is not support on the IP-CS


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Peer to peer communication is not possible IP-PT <-> IP-CS

G.722 is not support on the IP-CS


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Peer to peer communication is not possible IP-PT <-> IP-CS

G.722 is not support on the IP-CS


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Max. no. of IP Trunks

DSP Capacity

Max. no. of Handsets

Max. no. of TDM-IP Channels

Outside Line Call (IP Trunk <-> Extension)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Max. no. of IP Trunks

DSP Capacity

Outside Line Call (Legacy CO <-> IP-Ext)

Max. no. of Handsets

Max. no. of TDM-IP Channels

Outside Line Call (Legacy CO <-> IP-CS)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Max. no. of IP Trunks

DSP Capacity

Max. no. of Handsets

Max. no. of TDM-IP Channels

Extension <-> Extension Call

* VoIP Channel not used for Peer to Peer mode


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

DSP Resource (cont.)

Max. no. of IP Trunks

DSP Capacity

Max. no. of Handsets

Max. no. of TDM-IP Channels

IP-CS <-> Extension / IP-CS Call


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

What is DECT?

Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications is an ETSI standard for digital portable phones

The DECT standard specifies a means for a cordless telephone to access a fixed telecoms network via RF (radio)

The radio link is terminated at the base (cell) station, which provides a gateway to the fixed network


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

DECT RF Specification*

*for reference only


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

Available channels (TDA0158CE)

8 Voice Channels + 4 Data Channels


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

Dynamic Channel Selection and Allocation

Local RF signal strength is scanned on available channels

This selection process is controlled by the Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI)

With this data, a PS is capable of choosing the optimal channel for call set-up


PS

CS1

L8

CS2

L8

KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

DECT Handover

This overlap allows adjacent CS’ to synchronise DECT frames and allow a PS travelling between them to handover


PS

CS1

L8

CS2

L8

KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

DECT Handover (cont.)

A CS will advertise its sync data to each adjacent CS via the D channels


PS

CS1

L8

CS2

L8

KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

DECT Handover (cont.)

For example: A PS moving from CS1 to CS2 must receive this data from both CS’ simultaneously to allow seamless handover


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Introduction (cont.)

DECT Handover (cont.)

From the middle column you can see the RSSI level in relation to the CS signal Level

Handover is only possible with RSSI between -65DBM and -82DBM (L10 and L3)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation

IP-CS Configuration

  • Ensure that your PC has an IP address on the 192.168.2.x network

  • Select the “IP Terminal” option from the UPCMC splash menu


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

3. Do not click the “Demo Mode” check box

4. Click the “Next” button


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

5. Underneath the IP-CS, move DIP switch no. 7 to the ON position and click “Next”

- This puts the IP-CS into “Default Mode”, and uses the IP address 192.168.2.101


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

6. Plug in the IP-CS to the same network at your PC, and click Next

- The UPCMC will now attempt to connect to the IP-CS via IP on the 192.168.2.x network


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

7. When using DHCP, simply enter the PBX IP address and click “Next”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

8. When using static IP addresses, enter the information in the relevant boxes and click “Next”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

IP-CS Configuration (cont.)

  • 9. Click to save a changes and then the “Main Screen” option.

  • The IP-CS will now restart.

  • 10. Unplug the IP-CS and return DIP switch no. 7 to the OFF position.

  • 11. Plug the IP-CS into the same network as your NCP


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming

  • Select V-IPCS4 from the list

  • 2. Drag the V-IPCS4 card into to Extension side of the Virtual Shelf


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming (cont.)

3. Click “Registration”

4. Select the desired port you wish to configure and click “Next”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming (cont.)

5. The IP-CS has now been successfully registered to the NCP1000.


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming (cont.)

6. We have now named the IP-CS configured in Port 1 as “PCCUK_NCP1000_CS1”

7. The Air Sync Group has been set as Group number “1” by default


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming (cont.)

8. In Air Sync Group properties, we have named the group “PCCUK_NCP1000_CSG1”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

UPCMC Programming (cont.)

9. In the Air Synchronisation properties, we can see that the IP-CS is successfully INS as “Sync Master CS1”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Site Survey

If more than 1 CS is set to Radio Signal Test Mode, each CS must have a unique channel number


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Air Synchronisation

An IP-CS can have one of three CS Classes within the Air Synchronisation Group

These are assigned automatically in the order they are registered to the PBX


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Air Synchronisation (cont.)

By default, this is the Air Sync classification upon IP-CS registration


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Air Synchronisation (cont.)

A Traditional (Legacy) CS will always be assigned as a CS-Master

Handover is not possible between a Legacy CS-M and an IP-CS Master

In the above example, the IP-CS are all configured as CS-S (slaves)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Air Synchronisation (cont.)

A Legacy CS will receive its timing and synchronisation from the PBX, therefore TDA0141 and TDA0158 must be CS-M

An IP-CS configured as CS-M will create and send out its own timing and synchronisation

An IP-CS configured as CS-S will receive timing and synchronisation from either a legacy CS or IP-CS set to CS-M


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Possible Installation Examples

The legacy CS is positioned in the centre of the coverage area

All IP-CS are located to allow handover to the legacy CS

All IP-CS must be configured as CS-Slaves


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Possible Installation Examples

An IP-CS is positioned in the centre of the coverage area

A legacy CS exists in the corner of the coverage area

Handover is not possible between IP-CS M and the legacy CS


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Installation (cont.)

Possible Installation Examples

An IP-CS is positioned in the centre of the coverage area

Two legacy CS’ exists on the left side of the coverage area

Handover is not possible between IP-CS M and the legacy CS’


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation

LED Status Indication

OFF: Power Off or CS firmware download

GREEN ON: Idle Mode – No active calls

SLOW GREEN FLASHING: Active call or calls

MODERATE GREEN FLASHING: All channels are busy

RED ON: Fault

FAST RED FLASHING: CS start up (Establishing PBX link)

SLOW RED FLASHING: OUS or CS start up (Air Synch)


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

LED Status Indication (cont.)

AMBER ON: Standby – Unable to complete Air Synch (with no active calls)

SLOW AMBER FLASHING: Unstable Air Synch but with active call or calls

FAST AMBER FLASHING: Unstable Air Synch but with all channels busy


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Operation (cont.)

VLAN

There are two methods of implementing VLANS (port-based and IEEE802.1Q)

IEEE802.1Q uses packet tagging to tag each packet with a VLAN ID (ingress and/or egress traffic)

The IP-CS cannot recognise packets that are tagged

However port-based VLAN’s should appear “invisible” to the IP-CS


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade

Firmware Upgrade via FTP

Go to: -

http://filezilla-project.org/

Select the “FileZilla Server” option for Windows.


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Select the FileZilla Server executable and download


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Run the downloaded setup executable

Click “I Agree” to the License Agreement


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Click Next to the default settings


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Click Next if the Destination Folder is correct


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Click Next to start the FTP Server as a Windows service


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Change the drop down menu to state “Start manually”

This will allow the FTP Server windows will only pop up, when loaded manually


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Click Next to close the Installation menu

The Installation is now complete


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Ensure the tick box is checked and click OK

The loopback address ensures that the FTP server uses this PC’s IP address when receiving connections


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

From the FTP Server interface, click the “Options” button


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Select the “Logging” option

Check the “Enable logging to file” tick box

This will allow you to

send the log file to us for troubleshooting purposes


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

From the FTP Server interface, click the “Users” button


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Click the “Add” button

Enter “IPCS” as the username

Click OK


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Check “Enable account”

Check “Password”

“Enter “1234”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Select the Shared Folders option, and click “Add”

Create and navigate to “C:\Panasonic\ncp0158\”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Under “Files” check the “Write” option

Click OK


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

It is possible to test the login credentials through the command prompt

Type “ftp <IP address of the PC>

Press Enter


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

From the FTP Server interface, we can now see that a connection has been welcomed


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

At the FTP prompt, enter the username “IPCS” and password “1234”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

The FTP Server interface confirms a successful login attempt by IPCS user


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

To exit the FTP session, type “quit”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Finally the FTP Server interface confirms the end of the FTP session, and closes the connection


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

To initialise the FTP download, open the UPCMC

Click “Utility” -> “File Transfer FTP to IP Equipment” -> “IP-CS(C)”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

With the new firmware copied to the relevant directory, enter the FTP Server Address “ftp://IPCS:1234@<IP address>”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Enter the “File Name” of the new IP-CS firmware

Click “Load”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

Check the box next to the relevant IP-CS

Click “Execute”


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

Firmware Upgrade via FTP (cont.)

The IP-CS will now reboot and comes back INS

By clicking “Refresh” we can see the new programme version


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Upgrade (cont.)

PS Firmware Upgrade over Air

- Not yet available


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Troubleshooting

FTP Server Logs

The default folder for FileZilla Server logs is:

C:\Program Files\Filezilla Server\Logs\FileZilla Server.txt

Here we can see a successful IP-CS firmware download


KX-NCP0158CE (IP-CS) – Troubleshooting (cont.)

UPCMC FTP

When the IP-CS upgrade procedure is complete:

- Note the code displayed in the “Download Result” column


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