Wireless Network Manager 3.5 Administration Guide

VoIP Support

Wireless Network Manager 3.5 adds support for the SIP and H.323 VoIP protocols. These protocols are widely used by voice gateways, hardware terminals (such as IP phones), and software clients (like Netmeeting, Gnomemeeting and OpenPhone).

Wireless Network Manager supports these calling models:

  • Internal Endpoint Call External Endpoint Though Gatekeeper/SIP-Server: The internal endpoint and the external endpoint are registered with a gatekeeper/SIP-server outside of the SonicWave wireless access points. The internal endpoint calls the external endpoint by calling its email address, user name or even a phone number.
  • External Endpoint Call Internal Endpoint Though Gatekeeper/SIP-Server: The internal endpoint and the external endpoint are registered with a gatekeeper/SIP-server outside of the SonicWave wireless access points. The external endpoint calls the internal endpoint by calling its email address, user name or even a phone number.
  • Internal Endpoint Call Another Internal Endpoint Though Gatekeeper/SIP-Server: The internal endpoint A and the internal endpoint B are registered with a gatekeeper/SIP-server outside of their SonicWave wireless access points. They call each other by calling the peer's email address, user name or even a phone number.

To activate a VoIP transformation protocol

  1. Navigate to Policies > Network Policies.
  2. Hover over the right section for device you want to configure until the icons appear.
  3. Click the Configure (pencil) icon. The Edit Policy: Default Policy page displays.
  4. Scroll to the right and click the VoIP tab.
  5. Activate H.323 Transformations to use the H.323 protocol.
  6. Activate SIP Transformations to use the SIP protocol.
  7. Click OK.

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