MITEL NETWORKS MN3100


General Information Guide

Part Number: 58002311
Issue 2, September 2001

Table of Contents

Product Overview.............................................................................. 5

Product Overview.............................................................................. 5

System Architecture........................................................................... 6

System............................................................................................... 7

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller................................................. 7

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion................................................. 8

Optional Modules...............................................................................9

ONS Module.....................................................................................9

LS/CLASS Module........................................................................... 9

IP Routing.........................................................................................10

SonicWALL Internet Security............................................................10

Voice Mail........................................................................................ 11

Technical Specifications..................................................................... 13

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Specifications........................................... 13

Telephony Specifications.................................................................... 14

Desktop Devices Specifications.......................................................... 15

Data Specifications............................................................................. 16

Tone Plans......................................................................................... 17

Desktop Devices................................................................................ 19

Mitel Networks 5010 IP Phone........................................................... 20

Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone........................................................... 21

Mitel Networks 5140 IP Appliance..................................................... 22

Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone......................................................... 23

Mitel Networks 5410 Programmable Key Module.............................. 24

Mitel Networks 5415 Programmable Key Module.............................. 25

Mitel Networks 5421 Interface Module............................................... 26

User Tools.......................................................................................... 27

System Tool........................................................................................ 28

Administrator's Tool............................................................................ 29

System Quick Installation Tool............................................................. 30

Desktop Tool...................................................................................... 31

Features.............................................................................................. 33

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Telephony Features.................................... 33

Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone Features............................................ 39

IP Networking Features....................................................................... 41

Voice Mail and Auto Attendant Features.............................................. 43

Auto Attendant Features....................................................................... 43

Voice Mail Features............................................................................. 44

IP Networking...................................................................................... 47

About IP Networking Solutions............................................................. 47

About Stand Alone Small Business Installation....................................... 48

Broadband Access over a PPPoE Link................................................. 49

Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.................................................. 49

Broadband Access over a Static IP Link............................................... 50

Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.................................................. 50

Broadband Access via Cable Modem using DHCP............................... 51

Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.................................................. 51

About Installation on an Existing LAN................................................... 52

About Connecting Mitel Networks 3100 ICP to an Existing Network.... 53

Documentation Available....................................................................... 55

Documentation Updates........................................................................ 55

Glossary................................................................................................ 57

 

Mitel Networks™ 3100 Integrated Communications Platform (ICP) is a Voice over IP (VoIP) solution for the small to medium-sized enterprise market, and the corporate enterprise market with branch offices. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is an integrated communications system that provides a small to medium-sized enterprise with a complete voice and data solution in one easy to manage unit.

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is designed for ease of installation, user configuration and maintenance. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller contains the call control software, a router, an 8-port Layer-2 switch and a data storage hard drive. The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller can be located on a desk, mounted in a 19" rack or hung on a wall. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion can be attached providing additional capacity for IP devices; the Expansion can be stacked with the Controller on a desktop or located adjacent to the Controller in a rack or on a wall.

With the addition of the Expansion, Mitel Networks 3100 ICP becomes a fully integrated 24-port switch providing small to medium-sized enterprises with voice and data communications on a single infrastructure.

The maximum voice capacity of the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is 24 Mitel Networks™ IP Phones, 10 analogue devices and 8 exchange lines or channels.  The network interface supported is LS/CLASS.  Additionally, the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP supports a WAN Ethernet or xDSL interface, which provides a 2 Mb/s data link. The Layer-2 switch can support up to 100 IP addresses for IP Phones, personal computers, servers, LAN printers and other IP devices.

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP supports the Mitel Networks 5010 and 5020 IP Phones; these IP Phones provide quick and easy access to a wide range of voice functions. Non-proprietary analogue telephone sets are also supported.

 

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is built upon Mitel Networks Data Integrated Voice Applications™ architecture. This approach uses the IP network for switching and networking IP devices, and provides a supplementary TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) bus better suited for the switching of calls between circuit-switched endpoints.

This architecture means that for IP device-to-IP device communications (for example, for calls between IP phones), switching is provided via the enterprise's IP network: a call server provides call setup, tear down and signalling between IP phones.

For traditional telephony, such as calls between analogue phones and the PSTN, non-IP circuit communications is handled via a conventional TDM circuit-switched bus. The ability to use two different switching techniques means that gateway functionality is only required between the IP and non-IP networks.

 

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller provides the voice, data, signalling, central processing and communications resources for the system.

The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller contains the following:-

  • System Control Card;
  • Compact Flash Module;
  • 8-port Layer 2 switch (the ports are dual speed 10/100 Mbits and provide power to the Mitel Networks IP Phones);
  • Router/WAN Ethernet port;
  • Two full duplex asynchronous serial ports;
  • Four analogue line (LS/CLASS) ports;
  • Music on Hold input jack;
  • Two ONS/analogue extension ports;
  • Dual Modem Card;
  • Power fail transfer circuit from the first LS/CLASS port to the first ONS/analogue device port.

There are three slots that are used for optional modules that provide additional analogue line (LS/CLASS) ports and ONS/analogue extension ports.

The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller is designed for free-standing installation on a desktop, for mounting in a 19" rack or hanging on a wall. A plastic fascia is fitted to the front panel, and both the fascia and panel have openings giving access to the peripheral interfaces on the control card and the optional line and extension modules. The rear panel includes the power input connector and has an opening for the connector to the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion. The top cover can be removed giving access to the unit for maintenance, adding optional modules and adding an Uplink card to provide connection to the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion.

 

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion provides additional 10/100 switched Ethernet ports. The ports supply power to the Mitel Networks IP Phones. Two versions of the Expansion are available, providing eight or 16 ports, respectively.

The two versions of the Expansion are physically identical in their outside dimensions. The Expansion is suitable for free-standing installation on a desktop, mounting in a rack or hanging on a wall. The unit can be stacked beneath the Controller using plastic stacking feet. The Expansion is stacked beneath the Controller for easy access for maintenance purposes. A Y-power cord is supplied with the Mitel Network 3100 ICP Expansion so that only one power outlet is required for both the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Expansion and Controller.

A plastic fascia is fitted to the front panel; both the fascia and front panel have openings for one (eight port version) or two (16 port version), 10/100 switched Ethernet ports. The rear panel has an opening for the power connector and the connector from the uplink module in the Controller.

 

 

The optional modules increase the number of lines and analogue devices that can be supported by the 3100 ICP. The modules available are:-

  • 2-port ONS module;
  • 4-port ONS module;
  • 4-port LS/CLASS module.

The System control card provides three identical mounting positions, each of which can be used for any of the module types.

ONS Module

The ONS module provides an interface between Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and ONS/analogue devices. The ONS modules available are:

  • 2-port;
  • 4-port.

The ports on the ONS module provide the same features and services as the ONS ports on the Controller control card, and are listed in the Hardware section of the Technical Manual.

LS/CLASS Module

The LS/CLASS module provides an interface between Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and LS/CLASS analogue exchange lines. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP supports up to 8 LS/CLASS circuits.

 

IP routing determines the best route for getting an IP packet to its destination. To determine this route, the router contains tables of information about destinations, including networks, sub-networks (or subnets) and hosts, and how best to reach these destinations.

The purpose of IP routing is to:-

  • establish connections between Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and devices on multiple LAN and WAN networks;
  • transfer IP packets between Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and these network devices;
  • ensure that Voice over IP (VoIP) packets are given priority over data packets and receive an adequate QoS (Quality of Service).

The following networking protocols and technologies are used in Mitel Networks 3100 ICP:-

  • Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP);
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP).

The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP DHCP server functionality can be used to assign IP addresses to other IP devices on the locally attached networks and may be turned off if the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is integrated into an existing LAN with a DHCP server.  The DHCP client may be used to obtain an IP address to use as its host IP on a connected network. NAT (Network Address Translation) may be used on remotely attached networks.  Remote WAN locations are supported via xDSL, frame relay or dial-up PPP connections. The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP router is capable of supporting up to five interfaces simultaneously.

SonicWALL Internet Security

The SonicWALL Internet Security appliance provides a secure barrier between private LANs and the public Internet. When used with the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP it enhances security measures and protects the local network through its firewall and Virtual Private Networking (VPN) functionality.

For specific information regarding SonicWALL products, please refer to the appropriate technical documentation.

 

Features provided by the voice mail system include:

  • an Automated Attendant that plays different greetings during open and closed business hours, provides a company directory that uses extension numbers or names as the dialing method, and allows single-digit option selection;
  • passcode protected subscriber mailboxes;
  • tutorial  that guides new subscribers through mailbox setup;
  • simple message retrieval;
  • easy-to-use menus that allow subscribers to send urgent, private, or certified messages;
  • notification of waiting messages whether subscribers are in or out of the office.

Four types of mail boxes are available:

  • extension;
  • message only;
  • transfer only;
  • information only.

For more information on the features provided by the voice mail system refer to Voice Mail Features.


Controller and Expansion height Controller -
 2.6 in (66 mm) without feet
 2.9 in (75 mm) with feet
Expansion -
 1.73 in (44 mm) without feet
 2.1 in  (53 mm) with feet
Controller and Expansion width 17.3 in (440 mm) without feet
 17.7 in (449 mm) with feet
Controller and Expansion depth 14 in  (355 mm) without feet
 14.3 in (363 mm) with feet
Controller and Expansion weight Controller - 12.4 lb (5.6 kg)
 Expansion - 8.8 lb (4.0 kg)
Supply voltage 90 Vac to 132 Vac and 180 Vac to 264 Vac
Maximum load 75W continuous, 85W peak
Working Temperature 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Storage Temperature -4°F to +122°F (-20°C to +50°C)
Transport Temperature -40°F to +158°F (-40°C to +70°C)
Working Humidity 10% to 85% RH
Storage Humidity 10% to 90% RH
Transport Humidity 5% to 95% RH
Air Pressure 70 - 106 kpa (700 - 1060 mb)

System type Key system, PBX or hybrid key/PBX
Analogue Exchange line type Loop Calling, Disconnect Clearing, CLIP and CLASS capability
Analogue Exchange lines Four LS/CLASS on Controller, four additional on Option Module
 
Recall Signal Hook Flash or Timed Break
Telephones Mitel Networks 5010 IP Phones;
Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phones;
regular analogue (DTMF) telephones;
Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone;
Mitel Networks 5140 IP Appliance.
ONS Analogue Extension ports Two in Controller with CLIP and CLASS capability. Additional available via 2-port or 4-port Option Module
Extension Cabling 24 AWG  4-wire or 6-wire insulated twisted pair
Extension Loop Resistance 600ohm
Maximum Analogue Extension Line Length 1500 feet (500 meters)
Maximum IP Extension Line Length 3280 feet (100 meters)
Asynchronous Serial interface V.24 port; 1200 - 9600 Baud; 8 data bits; No parity; 1 stop bit
Music on Hold Internal from a pre-recorded file in FLASH memory. External via a 3.5 mm stereo jack socket
Voice Mail External voice mail equipment can be connected to an ONS analogue extension port
Night Bell External equipment connected to an ONS analogue extension port
Programming Local - via the System Tool running on a PC connected to an Ethernet port on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.

Remote - via the System Tool running on a PC and an IP connection to Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.

Memory Backup On-board FLASH memory and integral hard disk drive. Off-board to the hard drive in a PC.
Real Time Clock Powered by a capacitor in the Controller. This provides sufficient power to maintain the clock for approximately six days in the event of a power failure.
SMDR Interface V.24 port; 1200 - 9600 Baud; 8 data bits; No parity; 1 stop bit

 

Mitel Networks 5010 and 5020 IP Phones, 5415 PKM and 5410 PKM specifications:

Width 5010 and 5020 IP Phones and 5415 PKM -  8.9 in  (22.4 cm)

5410 PKM -  2.2 in (5.5 cm)

Height 5010 and 5020 IP Phones -  7.0 in (17.8 cm)
5415 PKM -  7.4 in (18.5 cm)
Storage Temperature Range -13°F to 158°F (-25°C to 70°C)
Operating Temperature Range 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Storage/Operating Humidity Range 0% to 90% (non-condensing)
Handset amplification Meets FCC Year 2000 Par 68 Rules for Volume Control and Hearing Aid Compatibility
Compression Supports G.711, G.728 and G.729a
Powering options In-line powering, spare pair or adaptor

 

Specifications for the Mitel Networks 5140 IP Appliance:

Width 8.9 in  (22.4 cm)
Depth 8 in (20.4 cm)
Height 8.5 in (21.6 cm)
Storage Temperature Range -13°F to 158°F (-25°C to 70°C)
Operating Temperature Range 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Storage/Operating Humidity Range 0% to 90% (non-condensing)
Handset amplification Meets FCC Year 2000 Par 68 Rules for Volume Control and Hearing Aid Compatibility
Compression Supports G.729
Powering options In-line powering, spare pair or adaptor

WAN Ethernet Port Supports connections to xDSL modem or Cable modem service.
Layer 2 Ethernet Switch 10/100 ports, auto-sensing, auto-negotiation, supports half or full duplex mode, QoS/priority mechanisms supported include source port, MAC address, IEEE802.1p, VLAN and TOS field/Diff Serv. Supply power to Mitel Networks IP Phones.

The system supports tone plans for the following countries:-

  • United Kingdom;
  • North America.


Mitel Networks 3100 ICP supports the following desktop devices:

  • Mitel Networks™ 5010 IP Phone;
  • Mitel Networks™ 5020 IP Phone;
  • Mitel Networks™ 5140 IP Appliance;
  • Mitel Networks™ 5822 Softphone (for use with a PC);
  • Mitel Networks™ 5410 Programmable Key Module when connected to a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone;
  • Mitel Networks™ 5415 Programmable Key Module when connected to a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone.

Features of the Mitel Networks™ 5010 IP Phone include:

  • two-line, 20-character, alpha-numeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD);
  • six personal keys, with dual-colored LEDs, which may be programmed with:
  • a feature;
  • an extension or extension group number (DSS/BLF);
  • a line or line group number;
  • a System or Personal Speed Call number.
  • seven fixed-function keys to simplify feature access:
  • SuperKey -- used to customize the phone or access features;
  • Trans/Conf -- simplifies transferring calls or setting up a conference call;
  • Shift -- gives access to saved speed dials on the personal keys and keypad keys;
  • Message -- send and receive messages;
  • Hold -- easily places calls on hold;
  • Cancel -- simplifies the canceling of features in progress;
  • Intercom -- for internal calling and pooled access to external lines.
  • handset, ringer and loudspeaker volume controls ( and  keys);
  • LCD display contrast control ( and  keys);
  • message waiting indicator;
  • on-hook dialing;
  • two 10/100M switched Ethernet ports providing one wire connectivity to the LAN for both phone and computer;
  • dedicated headset interface jack which eliminates the need for a headset amplifier box when used with Mitel Networks headsets.

The phone can be customized to the individual user's needs using SuperKey or the Desktop Tool.


Features of the Mitel Networks™ 5020 IP Phone include:

  • two-line, 20-character, alpha-numeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD);
  • three softkeys which are used to set up features and call diversions, and navigate the Phonebook;
  • thirteen personal keys, with dual-colored LEDs, which may be programmed with:
  • a feature;
  • an extension or extension group number (DSS/BLF);
  • a line or line group number;
  • a System or Personal Speed Call number.
  • nine fixed-function keys to simplify feature access:
  • SuperKey -- used to customize the phone or access features;
  • Trans/Conf -- simplifies transferring calls or setting up a conference call;
  • Shift  -- gives access to saved speed dials on the personal keys and keypad keys;
  • Message -- send and receive messages;
  • Hold -- easily places calls on hold;
  • Cancel -- simplifies the canceling of features in progress;
  • Speaker -- one-touch access to handsfree operation;
  • Microphone -- provides mute function for privacy during a call;
  • Intercom -- for internal calling and pooled access to external lines.
  • handsfree operation and automatic answering;
  • handset, ringer and loudspeaker volume controls ( and  keys);
  • LCD display contrast control ( and  keys);
  • message waiting indicator;
  • dedicated headset interface jack which eliminates the need for a headset amplifier box when used with Mitel Networks headsets;
  • two 10/100M switched Ethernet ports providing one wire connectivity to the LAN for both phone and computer.

The phone can be customized to the individual user's needs using SuperKey or the Desktop Tool.


Mitel Networks™ 5140 IP Appliance is an advanced dual port, large display IP appliance with built-in XTML browsing, easy management of personal directory allocations and integrated web-based applications. Features of this phone include:

  • audio device keys which are used to control the audio path and sound level:
  • Headset -- used to toggle the audio between the headset, speaker or handset;
  • Microphone -- acts as an on/off toggle for the microphone;
  • Vol +, Vol - -- controls the audio output level and adjusts the LCD contrast.
  • 320x240 VGA display screen which is used for accessing and using functions, services and applications;
  • eight application keys:
  • Call Logs -- displays the call logging information details of the external calls received at the phone;
  • Bookmarks -- displays a screen listing the nine most recently viewed URLs;
  • Voice Mail -- this feature will be available in a future product release.;
  • Phone View -- used to leave the current application and return to the default time/date display;
  • Personal Directory -- provides access to the extension user's Personal Directory, if available, followed by the System Directory;
  • Online Services -- displays the corporate URLs that employees can access;
  • Settings -- used to customize the phone or access features;
  • Speed Dials -- gives access to saved speed dials and for re-dialing the last externally-called number.
  • ringing and message indicators;
  • standard 12-key dialpad;
  • integrated Infra-red Display Adapter (IrDA);
  • six command keys -- used to invoke the command or function described by the adjacent text label;
  • nine quick keys -- causes the system or application to perform the action represented by the adjacent text label;
  • five navigation keys used to scroll up and down through the data displayed on the screen, move the cursor to the left and right, and pressing OK performs the default command on the selected item;
  • three telephony feature keys:
  • Handsfree -- used to enable handsfree working;
  • Hold -- easily places or removes a call on or from hold;
  • Speak@Ease -- this option will be available in later software versions.
  • two 10/100M switched Ethernet ports providing one wire connectivity to the LAN for both phone and computer.


Mitel Networks™ 5822 Softphone is a software application that simulates a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone on a PC. Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone runs on any PC which has a suitable sound card, loudspeakers and microphone and which uses any one of the Windows 95, 98, ME, NT and 2000 operating systems.

In addition to its use as a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone, Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone includes features which allow you to:

  • prevent calls from certain telephone numbers from ringing at your phone and to send appropriate
  • messages to callers who use those numbers;
  • log calls on your PC which you have made and received;
  • record and play back your calls from WAV files on your PC;
  • record announcements for automatically answered calls;
  • store telephone numbers in a Mitel Networks 5822 phone book or in Microsoft Outlook®, if this is installed on your PC.


Mitel Networks™ 5410 Programmable Key Module provides 12 additional personal keys and can be attached to a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone. Each personal key has a single-coloured LED which behaves the same way as personal keys programmed on the IP phones. The personal keys can be programmed through the telephone or via the Desktop Tool.

The personal keys can be programmed with:

  • a feature;
  • an extension or extension group number (DSS/BLF);
  • a line or line group number;
  • a System Speed Call number.

The Mitel Networks 5410 PKM connects to a 5020 IP Phone using a Mitel Networks 5421 Interface Module. A Mitel 24V power adapter is required to power the 5410 PKM.


Mitel Networks™ 5415 Programmable Key Module provides 48 additional personal keys and can be attached to a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone. Each personal key has a single-coloured LED which behaves the same way as personal keys programmed on the IP phones. The personal keys can be programmed through the telephone or via the Desktop Tool.

The personal keys can be programmed with:

  • a feature;
  • an extension or extension group number (DSS/BLF);
  • a line or line group number;
  • a System Speed Call number.

The Mitel Networks 5415 PKM connects to a 5020 IP Phone using a Mitel Networks 5421 Interface Module. A Mitel 24V power adapter is required to power the 5415 PKM.

 

Mitel Networks™ 5421 Interface Module provides connectivity between a 5020 IP Phone and a 5415 PKM or 5410 PKM.

Mitel Networks 5421 IM is installed separately in the telephone and is only compatible with 5020 IP Phones.


The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP has easy-to-use management tools, which can be used on-site or remotely. The management tools not only address the needs of the technician for maintaining and installing the system, but are also designed to be used by the end-user. Users will be able to manage many aspects of the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP themselves, as they do with LANs and PCs. All management tools are browser-based and require Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or higher.

On-site access is via a connection to the LAN with a laptop or desktop PC via either a LAN drop, the Ethernet port on the back of the IP Phone, or directly to an Ethernet port on the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller or Expansion. Remote access is gained by dialing into the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP through a trunk (using the installed V.90 modem) or through the Internet.

Mitel Networks 3100 ICP provides the following PC-based user tools:

  • System Tool;
  • Administrator's Tool;
  • System Quick Installation Tool;
  • Desktop Tool.
 

The System Tool is a browser-based utility which can be used by a trained installer or technician to edit and maintain the configuration of a Mitel Networks 3100 ICP system, both at the 3100 ICP installation and/or from a remote maintenance centre.

The facilities available include:

  • system diagnostics;
  • configuration of extensions and external lines;
  • configuration of the IP networking features;
  • define and change user access to the Desktop and System tools;
  • back up, restore and upgrade of system software and databases;
  • import and export data;
  • manage licenses for system options;
  • manage voice mail boxes and auto attendant features;
  • define voice management features applying to the system or network of systems.
 

The Administrator's Tool is a browser-based utility that is used by the System Administrator to manage user access to the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP system, add new users, modify user profiles and maintain certain system-wide features.

The facilities available include:

  • adding users to the system;
  • changing and deleting user information;
  • managing users' passwords and PIN codes;
  • assigning line appearances and hunt maps;
  • creating, modifying and deleting extension groups;
  • managing pick-up and night service groups;
  • managing the system's telephone directory;
  • adding, modifying and deleting system speed calls;
  • printing the system speed call directory.

 

Primarily a "use once" tool, the System Quick Installation Tool is designed to get the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP up and running at initial installation with a minimum of time spent programming. The tool is GUI-based and takes the installer through a logical series of questions, which, when completed, configures the system to the settings chosen.

 

The Desktop Tool is a browser-based utility which is used by Mitel Networks 5140,  5010 and 5020 IP Phone users to:-

  • program their personal keys with features, line keys and personal speed call numbers;
  • manage a personal directory list;
  • setup call forwarding;
  • change their login password.


Feature Name Description
Account Codes An account code can be assigned to an incoming or outgoing call for tracking purposes.
Administrator External Listen Note: 

This feature is only available from an Administrator Extension.

This feature allows an Administrator  to monitor a call between two external parties, and if necessary, end the call. This feature allows you to prevent abuse of features such as Remote Call Forward.

Note:

The use of this feature may violate provincial, local, state and/or federal rules, regulations and/or statutes including, without limitation, criminal or privacy legislation. Retailer and customer are hereby warned to check local laws to ensure that the use of this feature does not contravene any such rules, regulations and/or statutes.

Administrator Remote Alarm Calls Note:

This feature is only available from an Administrator Extension.

This feature allows an Administrator to setup an alarm (wake-up or reminder) call to ring an extension at a specified time.

Alarm Calls Allows an extension user to setup an alarm (wake-up or reminder) call to ring at their extension at a specified time.
Answer External Call Allows an extension user to answer external calls in the order that they are presented at the extension.
Answer Next Call This feature is similar to Answer External Call, however, it applies to all incoming internal and external calls. Answer Next Call allows the user to answer all calls in the order that they are presented at the extension.
Auto Answer (5020 IP Phones only) This feature, when activated, enables internal calls presented at an extension to be answered automatically without lifting the handset, that is, the extension user is connected to the caller without the extension ringing.

Auto answer can be setup to answer calls from a specific extension or from all extensions on the system.

Auto Attendant Plays different greetings during open and closed business hours, provides a company directory that uses extension numbers or names as the dialing method, and allows single-digit option selection.
Automatic Hold While in conversation with another party, this feature allows an extension user to make or receive a call without placing the current call on hold first.
Call Forward All This feature allows an extension user to forward all their calls to another extension or an extension group without first ringing at their extension.
Call Forward on No Answer or Busy This feature allows an extension user to forward their calls to a nominated extension or extension group when the called party is busy on another call or unable to answer the call.
Call Hold Refer to Automatic, Exclusive and System Hold.
Call Park This feature allows an extension user to answer an external call and place it in a type of hold which enables anyone on the system to retrieve it by dialing a code (see Call Park Pick-up).
Call Park Pick-up This feature allows an extension user to pick-up an external call held on a specific line by another extension user by dialing the Call Park Pick-up feature access code followed by the line number.
Call Status Information The IP Phones' LCD provides information about the status of the extension and the current call.
Call Store This feature allows an extension user to place a call on hold under a pre-programmed STORE key and leave it on hold for a pre-defined time. Up to 30 STORE keys can be programmed at an extension. The full complement of STORE keys can only be achieved when using a Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone with a Mitel Networks 5415 PKM attached.
Call Transfer This feature allows an extension user to move a call from their current extension to another extension, the transfer can be announced or unannounced.
Callback when Free If an extension user hears busy tone when attempting to call an extension or access a line, Callback when Free enables the user to reserve access to the extension or line as soon as it becomes available.
Calling Line Identity Dispaly (CLID) This feature provides the facility to display the caller's telephone number on the LCD; if the caller's telephone number and name are in the System or Personal Directory, their name is displayed instead.
Calls For This feature identifies the extension number of a user who has diverted calls to another extension via the activation of the Call Forward All, Call Forward on No Answer or Busy or Follow Me feature, or if involved in a Manager/Secretary association, via an extension user pressing the ABSENT/PRESENT key.
Direct Station Selection/Busy Lamp Field (DSS/BLF) Direct Station Selection (DSS) allows an extension user to directly dial, transfer a call to, or pick up a call ringing at the extension programmed under the key.  Busy Lamp Field (BLF) gives the status of the extension programmed under the key.
Directed Call Pick-up This feature allows an extension user to pick up a call which is ringing at another extension that is not in their pick-up group.
Directed Message Waiting This feature allows an extension user to leave a message waiting indication at another extension directly, that is, the extension user does not need to call the extension number.
Display Contrast Control Allows an extension user to adjust the contrast on the extension's LCD.
Do Not Disturb This feature disables an extension's Ringer. Extension users calling an extension with Do Not Disturb hear busy tone, and a message similar to the following is displayed on their LCD: EXT xxxx DND. External calls that are usually presented at an extension under a personal key continue to be presented; the associated key flashes with ringing cadence, however, the extension does not ring.
Doorphone Operation This feature allows one extension on the system to be setup to answer the Doorphone Intercom.

The door may be opened at any time by pressing the DOOR OPEN key. Any extension on the system can open the door if they have a DOOR OPEN key programmed, but only one extension can answer a Doorphone call.

Exclusive Hold This feature allows an extension user to temporarily place a call, or a number of calls, on hold. Calls placed on Exclusive Hold can only be retrieved by the extension user who placed the call on hold.
Extension Groups This feature allows a number of extensions to be associated within a group; the group of extensions is allocated a Directory Number/Group Number which enables the group to be called by dialing an extension group number or transferring a call to the extension group number.
Extension Paging This feature allows an extension user to turn on the loudspeaker at another extension, or at a number of extensions, and broadcast a message to these extension users. The types of broadcast messages that can be made are:
  •  to another extension user;
  •  to all extension users in an extension group;
  •  to all extension users on the system.
Extension-to-Extension Dialing Allows an extension user to dial another extension directly.
External Call Waiting Tone This feature enables or disables Call Waiting tone at an extension. When enabled, a short burst of tone is generated when an external call arrives at an extension when the extension is busy.

When Call Waiting tone is heard, the extension user can leave the incoming call unanswered until the current call is finished, or place the current call on hold and answer the new call.

Flexible Numbering Plan The system's flexible numbering plan allows access to extensions, lines and system features according to the leading digit dialed.
Follow Me This feature allows an extension user to temporarily forward their calls to another extension before leaving their original extension to work at another desk; calls follow the extension user to the new destination.
Follow Me (I'm Here) This feature enables an extension user to "pull" calls from their usual extension to the extension that they are currently working at. This feature ensures that calls continue to follow an extension user when working at various desks within the office.
Group Call Pick-up This feature allows an extension user to pick up an incoming call which is ringing at another extension in their pick-up group.
Group Listen During a handset call, this feature turns on an extension's loudspeaker to allow others nearby to listen to the current call while the handset microphone remains on allowing the extension user to speak to the other person.
Handsfree Operation (5020 IP Phones) Allows an extension user to answer and make calls without lifting the handset and to listen and respond to broadcast or internal calls without lifting the handset. See Auto-Answer.
Handsfree Operation (5010 IP Phones) Allows an extension user to dial external and internal numbers, and listen to broadcast messages without lifting the handset.
Handset Receiver Volume Control Allows an extension user to adjust the volume of the handset receiver.
Headset Operation Allows an extension user to use a headset to answer and make calls.
Hotline This feature allows a pre-determined internal or external destination to be called when the extension goes off-hook.
Hunt Maps This feature defines the lines, and the order they are selected, that extension users have access to for making external calls.
Intrude This feature allows an extension user to enter into an established call and speak to the parties involved; the entry is announced by a warning tone that is heard by all parties. Access to this feature is dependent upon the intrude priority assigned to the extension.
Last Call Duration Display This feature enables the duration of the last external call that was made from an extension to be displayed on the extension's LCD. The duration of the current call is dynamically displayed during the call.
Last Number Redial This feature enables an extension user to redial the last external number dialed from the extension.
LCD Contrast Control See Display Contrast Control.
Least Call Cost Routeing (LCCR) Least Call Cost Routing (LCCR) enables the system to select a particular network when making a call -- ensuring that the most cost-effective route is taken.
Line Groups Lines can be grouped according to the requirements of different system users. For example, a departmental Manager may have sole access to a particular line as a private line, or a department's extensions may have sole access to a group of lines, leaving other lines available for other departments.
List of Calls This feature lists the last ten most recent, different incoming calls to an extension, irrespective of whether the call was dealt with. The date and time of the call is shown as well as how many times that number has called.
Loudspeaker Paging Allows users to place a page to a loudspeaker paging system that is connected via an ONS/analog extension port.
Manager/Secretary (Absent/Present) Operation The feature enables an extension to be nominated as a "Secretary" extension or "Manager" extension in order for the extension designated as "Secretary" to manage and handle calls for an extension designated as "Manager". A Secretary extension can serve one, or many Manager extensions. Each extension must have an ABSENT/PRESENT key and the Secretary extension must also have a CALLS FOR key. If a Secretary has only one Manager, the Manager extension should also have a CALLS FOR key programmed with the Secretary's extension number.
Message Waiting This feature allows an extension user to leave a message waiting indication at another extension. The called extension user is informed of the message waiting indication by their Message Indicator flashing and by their LCD displaying MESSAGE WAITING.
Messaging An extension user can program their extension to display a message at a calling extension, for example, BACK SOON; the message remains on the calling extension's LCD for the duration of ringing and is cleared when the caller hangs up or the call is answered.
MF (Multi-Frequency) Tone Dialing Allows an extension user to access services that require the use of multi-frequency tones, such as banking and voicemail systems.
Music on Hold Internal or external music may be supplied as an option; Music on Hold provides callers with music on hold when a call is on hold or when a call is transferred to a busy extension.
Night Service This feature enables an Administrator to direct incoming external calls to an extension or a number of extensions to be answered outside of regular working hours.
Night Service Pick-up When Night Service  is active, this feature allows an extension user to pick up an incoming external call which is ringing at another extension in the user's Night Service Pick-up group.
Paging See Extension Paging and Loudspeaker Paging.
Personal Keys Enables an extension user to activate features by pressing a pre-programmed personal key.
Personal Speed Calls This feature allows extension users to save frequently-dialed external numbers under personal keys and keypad keys. A Personal Speed Call can be saved under a personal key as a primary or secondary feature.
Pin Codes An Administrator can assign a PIN (Personal Identification Number) code to an extension user which, when invoked, prevents unauthorized users from making external calls from the user's extension, that is, it locks the extension. The PIN code can also be used at another extension to access features or make external calls which would not normally be available at  the extension.
Phonebook (5140 IP Appliances, 5020 IP Phones and 5822 Softphones only) There are 2000 entries in the Phonebook; these can be allocated to the System Directory or to individual users as a Personal Directory. The Phonebook provides users with the ability to search for and dial numbers by name.
Prime Line One line on an extension can be designated as a Prime Line (Intercom key); incoming calls on this line have priority over all other calls arriving at the extension.
Recall on Lines Allows an extension user who is in conversation with a called party at a remote site to make an enquiry call to another party on the remote site through the same line.
Redial List This feature allows an extension user to save and prioritize up to ten externally-dialed numbers; the extension user can define the position, in a stack of ten, which the last number dialed should occupy.
Re-establish If a transferred call to an extension user goes unanswered, the call returns to the original extension user; Re-establish allows the original extension user to re-attempt the transfer.
Reminder See Alarm Calls.
Remote Call Forward This feature allows an extension user to forward incoming calls to an external destination, for example, a mobile phone or home number.
Reverted Calls If a transferred call to an extension user goes unanswered, the call returns to the original extension user to deal with.
Ringer On/Off This feature enables an extension user to turn off their extension's ringer for all external calls that arrive at their extension under a programmed personal key.
Ringer Pitch Control Allows an extension user to adjust the ringing characteristics of their IP Phone to distinguish it from other phones in the area.
Selective Ringer This feature enables an extension user to select which keys, programmed for incoming external calls, do not ring at the extension.
SMDR This feature enables all system calls to be logged. If a printer is connected, calls on the system are registered, identifying the type of call -- incoming external call, internal call, etc -- and the duration. A PC or SMDR buffer box can also be connected, allowing the use of third party accounting software.
Speaker Volume Control Allows an extension user to alter the volume of the speaker.
Swap Enables an extension user to place a call on hold, dial another number, talk to the called party and then toggle between the two parties by pressing the pre-programmed SWAP key.
System Hold This feature allows an extension user to temporarily place calls on hold which can then be retrieved by any extension user on the system.
System Speed Call Numbers Allows an extension user to dial System Speed Call Numbers which have been setup by the Administrator; up to 2000 external numbers can be stored. The extension user dials the stored number either by dialing the four-digit System Speed Call Number or by pressing a pre-programmed SPEED CALL key.
Three-Party Conference This feature enables an extension user to setup a conference call between three parties.
Time and Date Change Note: 

This feature is only available from an Administrator Extension.

Enables an Administrator to modify the date and time displayed on the system's extensions.

Toll Restriction Sets restrictions on long distance and local calling to certain extension users.
Voice Mail The Mitel Networks 3100 ICP includes a complete voice mail system that supports up to 250 mail boxes.
Wake-up See Alarm Calls.
Who Am I? This feature displays the extension number of the phone on the LCD.

Feature Name Description
Auto Answer This feature can be setup to automatically answer a call when it arrives or to ring until answered. An extension user can setup Auto Answer for all calls or calls from individual users.

When an extension user sets up the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone to automatically answer calls, the user can choose to send:

  • no message;
  • a standard message supplied with the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone, or;
  • a personal pre-recorded message.
Call Logger This feature creates a report of all incoming and outgoing calls made from the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone. A filter allows the extension user to select the information to display. Contents of the report include:
  •  the date and time the call started;
  •  if the call was incoming or outgoing;
  •  if the call was answered/unanswered;
  •  the duration of the call;
  •  the incoming caller's number or the number dialed if an outgoing call;
  •  the reason why the call ended;
  •  the date and time the call ended;
  •  whether the call was recorded;
  •  whether Auto Answer was used to answer the call and if a message was used in the answer.
Caller Messages An extension user can setup the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone to send a message to callers when the user does not want to accept calls from a particular caller or when operating in Auto Answer mode. An extension user can use one of the pre-recorded messages supplied with Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone or record their own personal messages.
Phonebook Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone provides the extension user with two phone book facilities:
  • Microsoft Outlook®, if available on the host PC; the extension user can use the Phone Book, Diary and To Do List facilities provided in the application.
  • if Microsoft Outlook is not available, Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone includes a phone book feature which provides the extension user with a personal telephone directory.
  • Each entry in the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone's Phone Book can include:
  • first and last name;
  • home telephone number;
  • work telephone number;
  • mobile telephone number.
Recording Calls Extension users can record a call made or received using Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone and play back the recording at a later date.
Refusing Calls Extension users can setup the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone to refuse to accept calls from individual telephone numbers or all incoming calls, and to send an appropriate message to these callers.

When an extension user refuses to accept a call from a number, the user can choose to:

  • end the call immediately without sending a message;
  • send a standard message supplied with the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone, or;
  • send a personal pre-recorded message.

 

Feature Name Description
Auto Negotiation 802.3u
Dial on Demand (DoD)  Brings up a dial up link for the modem when a PC on the network requires WAN access.
Domain Name Server (DNS) Stores name information, responds to queries about name conflicts and provides addresses for the local subnet.  The DNS in Mitel Networks 3100 ICP handles queries from those PC hosts that are located on the Layer 2 switch subnet and the WAN Ethernet subnet.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server Assigns dynamic IP addresses to the devices on the network. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP DHCP server can act as the DHCP server for the network or it can be disabled to allow another DHCP server provided by the network.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Relay Agent Acts as the interface between the DHCP client and the DHCP server and passes messages between the two.
Ethernet Ports 10/100 switched ports that can be configured to Auto Negotiate (802.3u) or configured to a fixed 10BaseT or 100BaseT full or half duplex mode.
IP Address Assignment Selects an IP address for a networked Mitel Networks 3100 ICP system that has booted with a default database.
IP Multicast Used to transmit the same message to a number or destinations simultaneously.  Supports Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP).
IP Routing Table Lists the routes that are available to users of the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP system.  The table can hold up to 256 static entries.
Network Address Translation (NAT) Enables an entire network to appear to systems outside the network as a single IP address. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP NAT can handle a network that includes 500 IP devices.
Packet Filtering Examines every incoming and outgoing data packet for records that conform to the standards for records in a packet of one of three types - TCP, UDP, Other. Mitel Networks 3100 ICP can filter packets for up to 100 ports.
Packet Forwarder Receives data packets from the network forwards them to their destinations.
Packet Validity Checking Ensures only valid IP packets are sent.
Point to Point Protocol (PPP) PPP on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP supports the following protocols:
  • Internet Protocol Control Protocol (IPCP), which enables Mitel Networks 3100 ICP to act as an end router;
  • Compression Control Protocol (CCP), which selects the compression type for data packages;
  • Link Control Protocol (LCP), which checks that a receiving device supports PPP;
  • Password Authentication Protocol (PAP), which PPP uses after a link between two devices has been established to authenticate the identities of the devices by the use of a identifier/password combination;
  • Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP), which verifies the identities of the devices in a link in a similar manner to PAP, but also repeats the verification process at intervals while the link remains connected. The link will be broken if the device performing the verification does not receive the expected response from the other device. MS-CHAP, which is Microsoft Corporation's version of CHAP, is also supported by Mitel Networks 3100 ICP.
  • Link Quality Monitoring Protocol, which monitors a link and reports on the number of data packets which are corrupted or lost during a transfer.
QoS QoS/priority mechanisms supported are source port, MAC address, IEEE 802.1p, TOS-field/Diff Serv.
Real Time Protocol (RTP) Part of Point-to-Point protocol and is used to carry voice over the network.
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Algorithm specified in the IEEE 802.3 standard to manage multiple links within a LAN. The Spanning Tree Algorithm allows the use of redundant links within the same network without creating active loops.
Subnets Allows a network administrator to divide a large network into smaller sections without needing additional IP addresses.  The database in Mitel Networks 3100 ICP includes a list of available subnets. This list can be added to, modified, deleted from.

Auto Attendant Features

Feature Name Description
Open and Closed Greetings The company greeting can be programmed to automatically change from open business hours to closed or after hours.
Expire at a Pre-set Time Greeting A Company Greeting can be programmed for use over holidays or shutdowns that will automatically expire after a specified number of days.
Alternate Greetings Each port can use one of four alternate greeting sets (Open, Closed, or Temporary) to allow special greetings per port. This feature is useful in multi-tenant configurations.
Control Call Answer Time By Port The number of rings to wait before the Auto Attendant will answer can be controlled on a port-by-port basis, including immediate and never answer.
Flexible Mailbox Numbering (Dial plan) In addition to supporting single-digit mailboxes (1-8), a mailbox dial plan of 2, 3, 4 or 5-digits can be selected.
Directory Also known as Dialing by Name. Callers may access a mailbox directory where they will be able to reach a mailbox owner by dialing the person’s first or last name rather than their mailbox number. The system can be configured for either first or last name dialing (but not both at the same time).
Caller Type-Ahead Callers who are familiar with the system may enter their keypad selections without waiting for the system prompts.
Operator Revert Callers may reach a live attendant at any time by dialing "0".
Fax Finder Detects an incoming fax tone and directs it to the fax mailbox/extension.
Operator Transfer to a Mailbox Allows an attendant  to transfer an outside caller to a specified mailbox where the caller will immediately hear the subscriber’s personal greeting and will be prompted to leave a message.
Unlimited Transfer Allows the user to dial any internal extension defined in the system.
Quick Message Feature Allows a caller reaching the Auto Attendant to leave a message in a specific mailbox without transferring to the mailbox extension and possibly speaking live with the subscriber.
Multiple Message Capability Allows an outside caller to leave more than one voice mail message per call, therefore saving on toll charges.
User Programmable Dial 0 Extension Allows the user to program the dial 0 extension to any internal extension, for example, a personal or departmental secretary.  The Administrator can override the system default ("0" for the attendant) with any valid phone number, including an external number or even a long distance number. The Administrator can also override the system default on an extension by extension basis, with any valid phone number.

 

Voice Mail Features

Feature Name Description
Personal Greetings/Name Subscriber name and a personal greeting can be recorded by each mailbox user.
Temporary Greeting A personal greeting set for a specific number of days (with automatic expiration) can be recorded by each subscriber.
Password Protected Mailboxes Access to subscriber mailboxes requires a password.
Message Envelope Played prior to the beginning of each message, containing priority type, date and time (including caller identification for internal and external calls).
Unlimited Message Length Unlimited message length with a five minute continuation prompt.
Saved Messages Messages may be saved by a subscriber. They will be automatically purged from the system after 15 days (or as reprogrammed) or you can specify that saved messages are never deleted. New messages are never purged automatically. Saved messages are played in last-in first played order.
Message Review Allows immediate replay of a message including message envelope information.
Message Erase Allows immediate deletion of a message from the system. The message cannot be subsequently restored; deletion is immediate and permanent.
Message Reply Allows immediate reply to a message received from another internal mailbox subscriber.
Message Forward Allows messages to be forwarded to other subscribers and distribution lists with or without a pre-pended comment.
Message Rewind/Hold/Fast Forward Allows subscribers to rewind, fast forward or pause messages for several seconds.
Urgent Messages The message receives priority placement in the listener's mailbox.
Private Messages The message cannot be forwarded to another subscriber's mailbox.
Certified Messages On internal calls, the sender will be notified when the recipient has read the message.
Message Send Actions Callers can review, re-record, and append to a message before sending it. A message can also be cancelled prior to sending.
Memo Subscribers have single-digit access to send a message to their own mailbox, for future reminders and memo-type messaging.
Message Notification The subscriber is notified that they have received a message by the message waiting indicator on their phone flashing, and optionally by setting the notification type to one of the following options, which causes the voice mail system to call:
  • the mailbox’s associated extension number (for analog phone extensions or phones without a message waiting indicator prompts the called party to log into their mailbox);
  • an outside number (prompts called party to log into their mailbox);
  • a message pager (plays an audio message indicating messages are waiting);
  • a tone-only pager (simply hangs up after a far connection is made);
  • a digital pager (plays MF digits corresponding to a system-wide callback number along with the specific mailbox number).
Outside Message Notification Calls The Administrator can configure a line access code for use in all outside notification calls; this access code will control the lines to be used for notification.
Distribution Lists, Broadcast Message Allows four system-wide and five (per mailbox) personal distribution lists as well as a broadcast message facility to deliver a message to all mailboxes.
New mailbox Tutorial The system guides the subscriber through the steps required for initial configuration of a mailbox, including specification of a (non-default) passcode and recording of a personal greeting and name.
Mailbox Types The four following mailbox types are available:
  • Extension - the Auto Attendant will transfer a caller to the mailbox’s associated extension. If the called party is busy or does not answer, the caller is prompted to leave a message in the mailbox.
  • Message-Only - the Auto Attendant will not attempt a transfer but will immediately prompt the caller to leave a message in the mailbox.
  • Transfer-Only - the Auto Attendant will transfer a caller to the mailbox’s associated extension but will not take a message if the called party is busy or does not answer.
  • Information-Only - the Auto Attendant will only play the mailbox greeting; no transfer or prompt to leave a message will occur.
Dual Mailboxes A transfer-only mailbox can be linked to the same extension as an existing extension-type mailbox. This enables, for example, a single mailbox for a sales department and the sales manager.

 

Shown below are examples of how IP Networking can be used to solve networking problems. The examples given are typical of:

  • installation in a small business which is not part of a larger corporate site or headquarters;
  • installation on an existing network.

These solutions describe the installation in a small business environment where Mitel Networks 3100 ICP acts as the router:

  • broadband access over a PPPoE link;
  • broadband access over cable modem using DHCP;
  • broadband access over a static IP link.

This diagram shows a typical new installation into a Stand Alone Small Business.  The customer does not have an existing LAN and will simply install and turn on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and perform some simple configuration of PPPoE parameters.

 

 Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP

The IP Phones and any other DHCP clients (IP Phones A-D and Computer A & B, in the above diagram) on the switched side of Mitel Networks 3100 ICP will receive default DHCP configuration parameters.  IP Addresses will be handed out from the 192.168.1.0 Subnet starting with IP Address 192.168.1.10 and ending with 192.168.1.250.


This diagram shows a typical new installation into a Stand Alone Small Business.  The customer does not have an existing LAN and will simply install and turn on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and perform some simple configuration of Static IP Address parameters

Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP

The IP Phones and any other DHCP clients (IP Phones A-D and Computer A & B, in the above diagram) on the switched side of Mitel Networks 3100 ICP will receive default DHCP configuration parameters.  IP Addresses will be handed out from the 192.168.1.0 Subnet starting with IP address 192.168.1.10 and ending with 192.168.1.250.


Note: You cannot use an outgoing modem link or a DSL link if the system already has a default route, either static or from DHCP.

This diagram shows a typical new installation into a Stand Alone Small Business.  The customer does not have an existing LAN and will simply install and turn on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP and perform some simple configuration of DHCP client parameters

Devices on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP

The IP Phones and any other DHCP clients (IP Phones A-D and Computer A & B, in the above diagram) on the switched side of Mitel Networks 3100 ICP will receive default DHCP configuration parameters.  IP Addresses will be handed out from the 192.168.1.0 Subnet starting with IP address 192.168.1.10 and ending with 192.168.1.250.


Mitel Networks 3100 ICP can be installed on an existing LAN. When doing so, it is preferable to configure Mitel Networks 3100 ICP on a separate or test subnet before connecting it to the live LAN.  This will minimize the risk of causing network problems for other users.

Before starting the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP system configuration, it is recommended to have available a detailed network diagram that shows all subnets and assigned IP addresses in the existing LAN.  This will enable installation and configuration of the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP in a controlled manner while still using the current IP addresses and subnets.

It is recommended that the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is connected to an existing LAN via the WAN Ethernet port on the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Controller. This will allow the Mitel Networks IP Phones to exist on a private subnet where the embedded DHCP server can serve them. At installation, the DHCP server parameters will require changing from the factory default settings to settings that ensure the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP is integrated properly with the existing LAN.


If the Salesperson or Technician wants detailed information on connecting the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP to an existing network please refer them to the Technical Documentation.

 

The following documentation is available for use with Mitel Networks 3100 ICP:

Title Description
Technical Manual The Technical Manual is split into sections which cover:
  • system hardware;
  • telephony features;
  • system installation;
  • system programming;
  • the browser-based tools which allow the users to configure the system;
  • IP networking;
  • fault-finding and diagnostics.
Mitel Networks 5010 IP Extension User Guide Guides the extension user around the Mitel Networks 5010 IP Phone and gives detailed information on how to program and use the phone.
 The Guide is available as on-line help and also from the Manual Maker web site. Manual Maker allows the Administrator or extension user to compile and print selected sections of the Guide.
Mitel Networks 5020 IP Extension User Guide Guides the extension user around the Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone and gives detailed information on how to program and use the phone.
 The Guide is available as on-line help and also from the Manual Maker web site. Manual Maker allows the Administrator or extension user to compile and print selected sections of the Guide.
Quick Reference Card for the 5010 and 5020 IP Phones Introduces the first time user to the Mitel Networks 5010 or 5020 IP Phone sitting on their desk and covers getting started information.
Wall-Mounting Template Template for mounting the Controller and/or Expansion on a wall.
3100 ICP Controller Installation Instructions Instructions for installing the ICP Controller.
3100 ICP Expansion Installation Instructions Instructions for installing the ICP Expansion.
Pre-configuration Questionnaire Guides the installer through the information that needs to be gathered before attempting to install the system.
Voice Mail User Guide Provides detailed instructions for users on setting up and using their mailbox. This guide is available from the Mitel Networks Manual Maker web site.
Voice Mail Wallet Card Provides a quick reference to voice mail menus and frequently performed tasks. Cards are supplied with the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP; additional cards can be ordered or downloaded from the Mitel Networks Manual Maker web site.
5140 IP Appliance Help (running on PC) Provides information on the 5140 IP Appliance and guides the extension user as they use the phone and applications.
On-line help On-line help is supplied for use with the user tools and with the Mitel Networks 5822 Softphone.

 Documentation Updates

The documentation provided with Mitel Networks 3100 ICP will be updated with each new release of the product. Changes to the documentation may occur from time to time between product releases. Refer to Mitel Online at www.mitel.com for the latest documentation changes.


For a more complete list of terms, please refer to the Glossary section of the Mitel Networks 3100 ICP Technical Manual.

BLF Busy Lamp Field. A personal key which is programmed with an extension user's number; the key's light gives the status of the extension.
CLID Calling Line Identity Display. Displays the number of an incoming external caller. If the external number is included in the System or Personal Directory, the number is replaced by the associated name in the directory.
DSS Direct Station Selection. A personal key which is programmed with an extension user's number; pressing this key enables an extension user  to directly dial, transfer a call to or pickup a call ringing at the extension.
DSS/BLF key Direct Station Selection/Busy Lamp Field key. Personal key assigned with the number of another extension.
DHCP client Dynamically obtains an IP address for a client from a DHCP Server.
DHCP server Assigns dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network.
DSL Digital Subscriber Line. Provides high-bandwidth information over conventional copper wiring.
Ethernet The most widely-installed Local Area Network (LAN).
FTP File Transfer Protocol. A protocol which enables a user to log into the Local Area Network, list directories and copy files between systems. It can also be used to backup and restore system databases and to upgrade the system software.
IP Phone A telephone which uses Internet Protocol to send or deliver voice.
LAN Local Area Network. A network which connects PCs and other devices within a single location.
LCD Liquid Crystal Display. Two-line, 20 character, alpha-numeric display which gives a visual indication of the current status of the extension.
LS/CLASS Loop Start/Customer Local Access Signalling Services. This enables call information, that is, the caller's number and name, to be transmitted down an analogue line, which supports CLASS, for display on extensions with LCDs.
NAT Network Address Translation. A service which translates the addresses of hosts on the local LAN to one or more external, globally unique addresses.
ONS On-Premise Station. Extensions which are installed in the same building as a system, or extensions which can satisfactorily operate with a system when installed in an adjacent building without special circuit arrangements.
PPP Point-to-Point Protocol. A data communications standard which allows two ends of a point-to-point serial interface to negotiate the parameters that will be used on the connection. Configuration of the global PPP parameters on Mitel Networks 3100 ICP consists of entering data for four options:
  • IP address pools;
  • DNS parameters;
  • WINS parameters;
  • miscellaneous parameters.
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network.
TDM Time Division Multiplexing. A method of multiplexing which allows information streams to be allocated a percentage of the communications channel.
TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol. A simplified version of FTP, however, TFTP does not provide password protection when downloading software and transferring files. This type of protocol relies on UDP which cannot guarantee delivery.
UDP User Datagram Protocol. A connectionless protocol which delivers data packets without guaranteed delivery or acknowledgement.
VoIP Voice over IP. Used in IP telephony for controlling the delivery of voice information using the Internet protocol.
WAN Wide Area Network. A network which connects PCs serving users who are not located within a single location.
xDSL A generic reference to related DSL technologies.
 
 
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