Microsoft Skype For Business Installation Guide For Patton .

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Patton Electronics Co. www.patton.com7622 Rickenbacker Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20879, USAtel: 1 301-975-1000 fax: 1 301-869-9293Email (sales): [email protected]Email (support): [email protected] Skype for BusinessInstallation Guide forPatton SmartNode eSBC & VoIPGateway

Table of contentsTable of ContentsTABLE OF CONTENTS . 21 INTRODUCTION . 42 SMARTNODE OVERVIEW . 43 CONFIGURE SKYPE FOR BUSINESS . 53.1 CONFIGURING THE E-SBC DEVICE AS AN IP/PSTN GATEWAY . 53.2 ASSOCIATING THE IP/PSTN GATEWAY WITH THE MEDIATION SERVER . 113.3 CONFIGURATIONS IN SKYPE FOR BUSINESS SERVER 2015 CONTROL PANEL . 143.4 CONFIGURING USERS IN SKYPE FOR BUSINESS CONTROL PANEL . 193.5 DEFAULT CONFIGURATIONS:. 204 CONFIGURE BASIC SETTINGS ON THE PATTON DEVICE . 214.1 CONCEPT . 214.1.1 REQUIRED INFORMATION.224. 2 INITIAL SETUP USING WIZARD . 224.3 MANUALLY CONFIGURE PATTON’S IP PARAMETERS . 224.4 CONFIGURE DNS . 234.5 CONFIGURE LOCATION SERVICE APPLICABLE FOR SKYPE FOR BUSINESS . 234.6 CONFIGURE CONTEXT SIP GATEWAY APPLICABLE FOR SKYPE FOR BUSINESS . 244.7 CONFIGURE CALL ROUTING AND SIP INTERFACES . 244.7.1 CONFIGURE SIP INTERFACE TOWARDS TO PSTN .264.7 CONTEXT CS CONFIGURATION SAMPLE . 265 PATTON CONFIGURATION SAMPLE . 286 CONTACTING PATTON FOR ASSISTANCE. 32Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode2

Document Revision HistoryVersion1.0Reason for ChangeDocument createdDate2019-02-14Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNodeAuthorNenad Rajkovic3

1 IntroductionThis Install Guide includes a general overview of requirements and providesthe configuration basics to interconnect Patton SmartNode VoIP Gatewaysand SBC’s with Microsoft Skype for Business infrastructure.Content of this document: Presentation of the Patton SmartNode VoIP Gateway concept Basics for a simple setup Sample SmartNode configuration file & Web Wizard working withMicrosoft Skype for Business 2015NOT part of this document: Detailed configuration of Microsoft Skype for Business 2015 Detailed configuration capabilities of Patton SmartNode VoIPGatewaysFor more technical details, please visit the Patton SmartNode webpage(http://www.patton.com/smartnode).More configuration notes, samples and manuals are available.https://www.patton.com/manuals/2 SmartNode overviewPatton’s SmartNode eSBC & VoIP Gateway have been certified for Skype forBusiness 2015 by Tekvision accredited lab.The SmartNoed products may be used in conjunction with Skype for Businessfor VoIP Gateway connecting legacy equipment to SfB PSTN Gateway (ISDN BRI / PRI, FXO) eSBC (Enterprise Session Border Controllero Service demarcationo Protocol conversion (SIP TCP to SIP UDP)o VoIP Security – SIP TLS / SRTPo IPv4 to IPv6 conversionThe SmartNode products support the following features: Media bypass (enabled or disabled)Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode4

Caller ID RestrictionCall Park and RetrieveSimultaneous RingingCall On HoldCall ForkCall ForwardBlind and Consultative TransferConference (ad-hoc and Dial-in)DNS Load Balancing and FailoverFaxIPv4 and IPv6 dual stackTCP/TLS and SRTP3 Configure Skype for Business3.1 Configuring the E-SBC device as an IP/PSTN GatewayThis section describes how to configure the E-SBC device as an IP/PSTNGateway in Skype for Business.Configure the E-SBC device as an IP/PSTN Gateway and associate it with theMediation Server:On the server where the Topology Builder is located, start the Skype forBusiness Server 2015 Topology Builder (figure 1).Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode5

Figure 1The following screen is displayed and Click the Download Topology from theexisting deployment option and then click OK.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode6

Figure 2In the file name field, enter a name and Click Save to save the downloadedtopology.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode7

Downloaded Topology will be as shown below:Right-click PSTN Gateway under shared components and from the pop-upmenu, choose New IP/PSTN Gateway.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode8

Define the PSTN Gateway FQDN by providing an FQDN as shown below andclick Next.Select Enable IPv4 and Click Next to proceed,Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode9

Define the root trunk by providing the Listening port as 5060, Select SIPTransport Protocol as TCP, Select the Mediation pool as Associated MediationServer and Associated Mediation Server port as 5060 as shown below and ClickFinish.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode10

Configured PSTN gateway and Trunk will be listed in the Topology Builder asshown below.3.2 Associating the IP/PSTN Gateway with the Mediation ServerThis section describes how to associate the IP/PSTN Gateway with theMediation Server.To associate the IP/PSTN Gateway with the Mediation Server: Expand the Mediation pools folder and then right-click the Mediationserver pool. From the shortcut menu, choose Edit Properties, as shown in figurebelow.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode11

In Edit properties Window, Choose PSTN gateway and select the trunk listedunder Mediation server PSTN gateway and click Make Default and click OK toassociate the gateway with Mediation Server.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode12

Publish the Topology by selecting Action Topology PublishClick Next to proceed Publish topology in the conformation screen.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode13

Once the topology is successfully Published, Click Finish to Exit the Wizard asshown in above figure.3.3 Configurations in Skype for Business Server 2015 Control PanelAdding the Trunk to the Skype for Business Control Panel.In Skype for Business Control panel, Under Voice routing, choose Trunkconfiguration, Click New and select Pool trunk.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode14

In the New Trunk configuration page select the parameters as shown belowand click OK.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode15

Select the newly added trunk and choose commit and Click Commit all.Configuring Voice Policy in Control panel. Under Voice Routing Voice PolicyClick New and choose User Policy.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode16

Name the New Voice Policy and Click New under Associated PSTN Usages.Name the New PSTN Usage Record and Click New under Associated Routes.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode17

Name the New voice Route and add an associated trunk to it. To add trunkclick the Add button under Associated trunk and choose the correspondingtrunk and click OK.Select OK in New voice route, New PSTN Usage record and Voice Policy pages.Commit for the changes by selecting Commit All.Under Trunk Configuration choose the corresponding Trunk and SelectAssociated PSTN Usages.Once the appropriate PSTN usage is added to the Trunk, Click OK and commitfor the changes made.Note: The Route and PSTN Usage created under Voice policy will be listed inROUTE and PSTN USAGE in Voice Routing section in Control panel. Also thePatton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode18

Route and PSTN usage can be configured separately and can be added whileconfiguring Voice Policy.3.4 Configuring Users in Skype for Business control panelClick on Users in Control panel and click Find and select a test user. This testUser is an Enterprise Voice enabled user for Skype for Business Server. Now,select a user and provide the corresponding Voice Policy, the Line URI andclick Commit. Make sure the user is enabled for Enterprise voice.Note: To add new users, Select Users Enable users Add Find and select fromlisted. Assign the new user to a pool, specify a SIP URI, Select Telephony asEnterprise voice. Also provide Line URI and Voice policy and click Enable, toenable it for Skype for Business Server.Similarly the other required users can be Configured. Provide the Usercredentials (SIP URI and Password) in the Skype for Business Client to login.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode19

Sign in Address Example: [email protected] and Password. Change theDNS of the machine having the client to Domain Controller IP and Install the DCcertificate if required.3.5 Default Configurations:ReferMedia BypassCentralized media processingRTP latchingHistory InfoP-Asserted-IdentityRTCP checksEnabledEnabledEnabledOff (always)EnabledDisabledRTCPActiveCalls- falseRTCPCallsOnHold-falseEnable sessionTimer true.Powershell comments for Configurations:1. Set-CsTrunkConfiguration –Identity Service: PSTNGateway: trunk FQDN –RTCPActiveCalls false –RTCPCallsOnHold false –Enable SessionTimer true.Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode20

1. “Get-CsTrunkConfiguraton” to get the current Trunk configuration.4 Configure basic settings on the Patton device4.1 ConceptThis schema (figure xyz) describes the configuration concept of the PattonSmartNode PSTN gateway:For more information on how to configure your Patton SmartNode SBC or Gateway,please refer to the corresponding software configuration guide:https://patton.com/manuals/Patton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode21

4.1.1 Required InformationIn order to configure your Patton SmartNode, be sure to have all the requiredinformation ready: IP addresses / FQDN’sDNS serversNTP serverPSTN trunk parameters4. 2 Initial setup using WizardFor ease of use, the Web Wizard is a simple, step by step based config tool. To make use of it, visithttps://www.patton.com/wizard/ and download the corresponding Wizard to your SmartNode andexecute it from there.4.3 Manually Configure Patton’s IP parametersIP parameters of Patton device are being configured under context ip. Doing so, thefollowing options are available: a.b.c.d/m Interface IPv4 address/mask a.b.c.d Interface IPv4 address a:b:c::x/m Interface IPv6 address/mask a:b:c::x Interface IPv6 addressdhcpAcquire an IP address over DHCPdhcp6Acquire an IP address over DHCPv6Config snipped of an example config for IP settings:context ip ROUTERinterface WANipaddress DHCP dhcpPatton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode22

use profile napt NAPT WAN DHCPinterface LANipaddress LAN 192.168.1.1/244.4 Configure DNSA DNS server is required when Skype for Business is configured with its DNSname on the Patton device, to resolve the DNS name to an actual IP address.To configure DNS server reachable at x.x.x.x ip address configuration shouldlook like:dns-clientname-server x.x.x.x4.5 Configure Location Service applicable for Skype for BusinessThere are two key parameters required to be set:Domain)FQDN or IP of the Mediation pool (in our example fe.sfblabps.localTransport protocol TCPSkype for Business is supporting SIP over TCPtherefore we should force TCP as transport protocollocation-service SER LOCATION S4Bdomain 1 fe.sfblabps.localmatch-any-domainidentity-group DEFAULTcall outboundtransport-protocol force tcpPatton Electronics - Application Note - Microsoft Skype for Business and Patton SmartNode23

4.6 Configure Context SIP Gateway applicable for Skype forBusinessUnder context sip gateway the location service is to be bound, which was createdbefore:bind location-service SER LOCATION S4BUnder context sip gateway interface we should bind IP address which w