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ZXSS10 SS1b

SoftSwitch Control Equipment


Operation Guide---Traffic Control

Version V2.0.1.06.1

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Contents

About This Manual.............................................. i


Traffic Control Overview....................................1
Basic Concepts ............................................................... 1
Categories and Function of Congestion Control Types .......... 2
Categories and Function of Management Policy ................... 3
Relation between Congestion Control Types and
Management Policies............................................... 5
Network Environment...................................................... 7
Logging In And Interface ................................................. 9
Logging in Network Management System....................... 9
Entering into the Configure Management Interface .........10
Entering into the Performance Management
Interface ..........................................................11
Special Configuration explanation ....................................12
Disaster Recovery Configuration ..................................12
IP Virtual Trunk Configuration Explanation.....................13
Configuring Gateway Congestion..................... 15
Configuring New Policy ...................................................15
Registering Congestion Type ...........................................17
Configuring Traffic Control ..............................................18
Configuring CPU Congestion Control of Local
SS.................................................................... 21
Configuring New Policy ...................................................21
Registering Congestion Type ...........................................23
Configuring Special Thresholds ........................................24
Configuring Control Percentage of Global Service
Data ....................................................................26
Configuring Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority ..............27
Configuring Congestion Control of Trunk
Reservation ..................................................... 29
Configuring New Policy ...................................................29
Registering Congestion Control Type ................................32
Configuring Special Thresholds ........................................33
Configuring Management Policy .......................................35
Configuring Traffic Control ..........................................35
Configuring Direct Route Traffic (DRT) Limit ..................38
Configuring Alternative Route Traffic (ART) Limit ............40
Configuring Trunk Used ..............................................43
Configuring Route Skip ...............................................45
Configuring Trunk In ..................................................47
Configuring Destination Code Unreach-
able ................................................................. 51
Configuring New Policy ...................................................51
Registering Congestion Type ..........................................53
Configuring Management Policy .......................................55
Configuring Called Number Control ..............................55
Configuring Circuit Route Limit ....................................57
Configuring Special Tone Notice ...................................59
Registering Statistical Task .............................................61
Configuring CPU’s Congestion Control
Activated Through Man-machine Language
(MML) ............................................................. 67
Configuring New Policy ...................................................67
Registering Congestion Type ...........................................69
Activating Policies of Congestion Control ...........................70
Configuring Outgoing Trunk Traffic Control
Activated Through MML ................................... 73
Configuring New Policy ...................................................73
Registering Congestion Type ...........................................76
Configuring Management Policy .......................................77
Configuring Control Trunk In .......................................77
Configuring Traffic Control ..........................................79
Configuring Traffic Route Reselect ................................81
Configuring DRT Limit ................................................83
Configuring ART Limit.................................................85
Configuring Trunk Used ..............................................88
Configuring Route Skip ...............................................90
Configuring Traffic Control Activation ................................92
Configuring Destination Code Controlled
Through MML................................................... 95
Configuring New Policy ...................................................95
Registering Congestion Type ...........................................97
Configuring Management Policy .......................................99
Configuring Called Number Control ..............................99
Configuring Circuit Route Limit .................................. 101
Configuring Special Tone Notice ................................. 103
Configuring Traffic Control Activation .............................. 106
Configuring Congestion Control Through
Office ID........................................................ 109
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 109
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 111
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 113
Configuring Office ID Control..................................... 113
Configuring Traffic Route Reselect .............................. 115
Configuring Congestion Control Through
Gateway Node ID .......................................... 119
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 119
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 121
Configuring Special Threshold ....................................... 122
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 124
Configuring Traffic Control ........................................ 124
Configuring Outgoing Trunk Unreach-
able ............................................................... 127
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 127
Registering Congestion Control Type .............................. 130
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 131
Configuring Traffic Control ........................................ 131
Configuring DRT Limit .............................................. 133
Configuring ART Limit............................................... 135
Configuring Trunk Used ............................................ 137
Configuring Trunk In ................................................ 139
Registering Statistical Task ........................................... 141
Configuring Congestion Control of Media
Gateway Resources ....................................... 147
Configuring Report Threshold of Gateway QoS ................. 147
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 148
Registering Congestion Type ........................................ 150
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 152
Configuring Voice Encoding Mode............................... 152
Configuring Traffic Route Reselect .............................. 155
Configuring QoS of Voice Control................... 159
Configuring Report Threshold of QoS .............................. 159
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 160
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 162
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 164
Configuring Voice Encoding Mode............................... 164
Configuring Traffic Route Reselect .............................. 166
Configuring CAPS Value of Calling
Control .......................................................... 169
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 169
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 171
Registering Statistical Task ........................................... 172
Configuring Control Percentage of Global Service
Data .................................................................. 176
Configuring IP Activated Through MML ......... 179
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 179
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 181
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 182
Configuring Traffic Control ........................................ 182
Configuring Traffic Control Activation .............................. 185
Configuring Trunk Access Rate ...................... 187
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 187
Registering Congestion Type ........................................ 189
Configuring Special Threshold ....................................... 190
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 192
Configuring ASR Low Dredge..................................... 192
Registering Statistical Task ........................................... 194
Configuring QoS Activated Through
Destination Code ........................................... 199
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 199
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 201
Configuring Management Policy ..................................... 203
Configuring Called Number Control ............................ 203
Configuring Circuit Route Limit .................................. 206
Configuring CPU’s Selective Congestion
Control .......................................................... 209
Configuring New Policy ................................................. 209
Registering Congestion Type ......................................... 211
Configuring Special Thresholds ...................................... 212
Figures .......................................................... 215
Tables ........................................................... 219
List of Glossary.............................................. 225
About This Manual

Purpose This manual provides procedures and guidelines that support the
daily operation of traffic control about ZXSS10 SS1b SoftSwitch
Control Equipment.
Intended This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who per-
Audience form operation activities about traffic control on the ZXSS10 SS1b
SoftSwitch Control Equipment.
Prerequisite Skill To use this manual effectively, users should have a general under-
and Knowledge standing of SS technology. Familiarity with the following is helpful:
� ZXSS10 SS1b SoftSwitch Control Equipment
� Basic concepts about traffic control
What Is in This This manual contains the following chapters:
Manual
TABLE 1 CHAPTER SUMMARY

Chapter Summary

Chapter 1, Summary Introduces some basic concepts,


congestion control types and their
contents, policies types and their
contents, and relation between
congestion control types and policies

Chapter 2, Configuring Gateway Introduces the configuration of


Congestion controlling congestion for Media
Gateway.

Chapter 3, Configuring CPU Introduces the configuration to


Congestion of Local SS trigger congestion control in relating
level When CPU’s occupancy rate of
local SS exceeds the threshold

Chapter 4, Configuring Introduces the procedure to control


Congestion Control of Trunk trunk congestion when its usage
Reservation rate exceeds thresholds.

Chapter 5, Configuring Introduces the configuration to


Destination Code Unreachable control congestion when Answer Bid
Ratio of the destination code reaches
a certain percentage.

Chapter 6, Configuring CPU’s Introduces the configuration to


Congestion Control Activated activate CPU’s congestion control by
via Man-machine Language Man-machine language and adopt
(MML) policies to control congestion

Chapter 7, Configuring Introduces the configuration to


Outgoing Trunk Traffic Control control traffic through outgoing
Activated via MML trunk by Man-machine language.

Chapter 8, Configuring Introduces the configuration to


Destination Code Controlled via control congestion of destination
MML code by man-machine language.

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Chapter Summary

Chapter 9, Configuring Introduces the configuration of


Congestion Control via Office ID policies to control traffic congestion
when opposite Switch using
NO.7 Signaling is congested, and
messages are reported to SS.

Chapter 10, Configuring Introduces the configuration of


Congestion Control via Gateway policies to control RTP congestion
Node ID which happens at gateway node.

Chapter 11, Configuring Introduces the configuration to


Outgoing Trunk Unreachable control congestion about a certain
trunk group when call failure in
the trunk group reaches a definite
percentage.

Chapter 12, Configuring Introduces the configuration to


Congestion Control of Media control traffic about Media Gateway
Gateway Resources resources.

Chapter 13, Configuring QoS of Introduces the procedure to


Voice Control configure thresholds to trigger
control action when voice quality of
gateway is too weak.

Chapter 14, Configuring CAPS Introduces the procedure to


Value of Calling Control register statistical task to monitor
global CAPS value ,and configure
thresholds to control traffic when
global CAPS exceeds thresholds.

Chapter 15, Configuring IP Introduces the configuration to


Activated via MML control traffic for calls in a specific IP
address or gateway in IP area.

Chapter 16, Configuring Trunk Introduces the configuration to


Access Rate trigger controlling trunk access rate
which is too low when a specific
destination code goes through a
certain trunk.

Chapter 17, Configuring QoS Introduces how to perform statistics


Activated by Destination Code about QoS in call. When it exceeds
the threshold ,relating policy is
adopted to control congestion

Chapter 18, Configuring CPU’s Introduces the procedure to perform


Selective Congestion Control statistics about CPU’s occupancy
rate of local SS to control CPU’
congestion when CPU’s occupancy
rate exceeds thresholds.

Related The following documentation is related to this manual:


Documentation
� ZXSS10 SS1b SoftSwitch Control Equipment Operation Guide-
--Files & Data Management
� ZXSS10 SS1b SoftSwitch Control Equipment Operation Guide-
--System Maintainence
� ZXSS10 SS1b SoftSwitch Control Equipment Operation Guide-
--Traffic Statistics

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Chapter 1

Traffic Control Overview

Table of Contents
Basic Concepts................................................................... 1
Categories and Function of Congestion Control Types .............. 2
Categories and Function of Management Policy ....................... 3
Relation between Congestion Control Types and Management
Policies ............................................................................. 5
Network Environment.......................................................... 7
Logging In And Interface ..................................................... 9
Special Configuration explanation ........................................12

Basic Concepts
In ZXSS10 SS1b, congestion control is achieved by policies. When
congestion happens, it could be eased by predefined polices, which
are made up of a series of action whose purpose are to restore
congested equipment to normal. Congestion status of congestion
type is measured by congestion level. Each level has a threshold
value, and value ranges from one to six.
Concepts � Congestion Type: All congestion types are listed in the di-
alogue box of Congestion Type when entering into the Add
Congestion Control And Policy Management interface.
� Number of Congestion: Congestion status is divided into
several levels which have corresponding thresholds, and level
numbers range from 1 to 6.
� Threshold 1Threshold 6: Configure threshold value accord-
ing to number of congestion level .For example, In congestion
control of percentage kind, the maximum threshold value is
100, and the minimum is 1.
� Special Threshold: Not every object is controlled by con-
gestion control types. For example, some trunk should be set
specifically to be in effect in congestion control by trunk reser-
vation percentage (and numbers), and RTP free percentage
(and numbers).
� Policy Index: A policy is adopted if a congestion control type
happens. Corresponding action is adopted if permitted in pol-
icy. Policy Index is configured in Policy Configuration inter-
face.

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Categories and Function of


Congestion Control Types
� Gateway Congestion: when transaction capabilities and net-
work flow in Media Gateway reach the predefined limit, they
report congestion messages through media control protocol.
Congestion is triggered after messages are decoded in SS. But
congestion leads to action or not depends on action thresholds
in SS.
� CPU Congestion of Local SS: perform statistics about CPU’s
occupancy rate of local SS, and report it by processing boards
in local SS every fixed time .When a certain CPU’s occupancy
rate exceeds the threshold, congestion control in related level
is triggered to reduce the occupancy rate.
� Trunk Circuit Reservation Percentage: perform statistics
about free percentage of trunk group. If it is less than or equal
to the threshold, which is defined in Special Threshold, con-
gestion control is triggered and controlled traffic is refused to
pass through.
� Trunk Circuit Reservation Number: perform statistics
about absolute free numbers of trunk group. If they are less
than the defined number, controlled traffic is refused to pass
through.
� DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE: register statistics task
and thresholds, and perform statistics about a called desti-
nation code. When Answer Bid Ratio of the destination code
reaches a certain percentage, the destination code is regarded
as hard to reachable .Thus, related policy is adopted to control
congestion.
� MML CONTROL CPU: trigger CPU congestion control by man-
machine language and adopt related policy to control conges-
tion.
� OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY MML trigger trunk
congestion by man-machine language, and adopt related
policy to control congestion.
� DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY MML: trigger
destination code congestion by man-machine language, and
adopt related policy to control congestion.
� Controlled by NO.7: it is launched by opposite equipment
switch of Signaling System NO.7. When congestion happens
in opposite equipment, REL of Signaling System NO.7 releases
message with calling reasons to SS. Then SS marks the office
direction as congestion , in order to adopt policy to control calls
in office direction (such as route selection or traffic control)
� RTP Resource Congestion: perform statistics about free
percentage of RTP resources for gateway. If percentage is less
than or equal to the threshold, congestion happens.
� Number Of RTP : perform statistics about free numbers of
RTP resources for gateway. If percentage is less than or equal
to stated threshold, congestion happens.

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� OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE: to perform traffic sta-


tistics about a trunk group, register statistics task and thresh-
olds in Traffic Control. When call failure reaches a certain
percentage, the trunk group is regarded as hard to reachable .
Thus , related policy control is adopted to control congestion.
� Media Gateway Resources: media gateway resources in-
clude: GATEWAY TONE CONGESTION , GATWWAY CON-
FERENCE CONGESTION, GATEWAY VTCA CONGESTION,
GATEWAY TLN CONGESTION , GATEWAY MP CPU USING
RATIO , GATEWAY PP CPU USING RATIO , GATEWAY IPI
FLUX and GATEWAY IPI LOSS. When these resources ex-
ceed thresholds sent by SS to gateway, signals are sent by
gateway and registered control action is triggered.
� QOS: firstly, SoftSwitch control equipment sends the order to
perform statistics about voices quality for Gateway. Secondly,
Gateway reports voice quality about thresholds and time in-
terval, etc. Thirdly, SS does a certain weighting about voice
quality parameters reported by the gateway and gets a result.
When the result exceeds the threshold of congestion control,
related policies are adopted to control congestion.
� CAPS OF LOCAL SS: register statistics task to monitor call-
ing CAPS and configure related thresholds. When global CAPS
exceeds thresholds, then global traffic control is triggered.
� MML CONTROL IP: traffic control for calls in a specific IP ad-
dress or gateway in IP area.
� TRUNK CONNECT RATE: when the connection success rate
of a specific destination code through a trunk is too low, trunk
congestion control is triggered.
� QOS CAUSED BY TERMINAL CODE: traffic are controlled ac-
cording to QoS statistics of a specific called destination code.
� CPU SELECT CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS: perform statis-
tics about CPU’s occupancy rate of local SS, and the rate is
reported every a fixed interval to SS. When the rate exceeds
the threshold, policies are adopted to reduce congestion. Such
control lies special in it does not have any effect on Emergency
Calls and Priority Callers.

Categories and Function of


Management Policy
� Voice Encoding Method: in the way of SS controlling gate-
way, configuration of speech coding and decoding is mainly
controlled by coding and decoding, which is embodied by way
of SDP description, echo suppression, Jitter Buffer, and gains.
Gateway can have different speech coding and decoding pa-
rameters in different congestion level.
� Traffic Control: traffic could be limited through specific
trunk/IP address according to percentage or calling interval ,
combined with incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination
code, source node number, called number, and time period.

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� Traffic Route Reselect: temporary alternative route is in-


serted in any place of old route group, which is not necessary
to be in old route group. Old route selection goes on if alter-
native route selection fails.
� Called Number Controltraffic of a definite called destination
code could be limited according to percentage or time, com-
bined with conditions of incoming trunk, caller type, caller des-
tination code, IP address of source/destination and time pe-
riod.
� Office ID Control: it controls call traffic in an office direction.
� Alarm: alarm hint prompts in alarm panel when congestion
reaches thresholds.
� Circuit route limit: select an alternative route for a specific
destination code.
� Special tone notice: Send special record announcement to
operators or users to delay calling, according to called desti-
nation code and incoming trunk group number.
� Control DRT/DRF limit: trunk traffic capacity through direct
route could be limited, combined with conditions of outgoing
trunkincoming trunk, caller typecaller destination code source
node number , called number and time interval. It includes
Direct Route Traffic (DRT) through controlled trunk group
by percentage and Direct Route Traffic Flow (DRF) through
controlled trunk group by percentage.
� Control ART/ARF limit: trunk traffic capacity through al-
ternative route could be limited, combined with conditions of
outgoing trunk, incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination
code, source node number , called number and time interval. It
includes Alternative Route Traffic (ART) through controlled
trunk group by percentage and Alternative Route Traffic
Flow (ARF) through controlled trunk group by percentage.
� Control trunk out: two-way trunk could be set as incoming
trunk, combined with conditions of outgoing trunk, incoming
trunk, caller type, caller destination code, source node number
, called number and time interval, and controlled by percent-
age.
� Control trunk used: the trunk could be occupied or blocked
by percentage, combined with conditions of outgoing trunk,
incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination code , source
node number , called number and time interval.
� Control route skip: traffic jump over destined route then
jump to the next route group in normal order and select certain
route, combined with conditions of outgoing trunk, incoming
trunk, caller type, caller destination code , source node number
, called number and time interval.
� Control trunk in: after choosing it, incoming trunk is con-
trolled by percentage, combined with conditions of incoming
trunk, caller type, caller destination code , source node num-
ber , called number and time interval.
� ASR Low Dredge: traffic of a certain destination code are
switched to other trunk groups when ASR in a trunk group
route is too low.

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� Auto route switch: traffic through the gateway switch to


routes to other gateway automatically when speech quality be-
comes weak.

Relation between
Congestion Control Types
and Management Policies
Management policy to different congestion types are listed as fol-
lows:
1. To Gateway Congestion, the management policy includes:
i. Traffic Control;
ii. Alarm;
2. To CPU Congestion of Local SS, the management policy in-
cludes:
i. Special Tone Notice;
ii. Global Service Data;
iii. Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority;
3. To Percentage or amount of Trunk Reservation, the manage-
ment policy includes:
i. Special Tone Notice;
ii. Traffic Control;
iii. Control DRT/DRF limit;
iv. Control ART/ARF limit;
v. Control trunk used;
vi. Control Route skip;
vii.Control trunk in;
4. To Destination SDN Unreachable, the management policy
includes:
i. Called Number Control;
ii. Alarm;
iii. Circuit route limit;
iv. Special tone notice;
5. To MML Control CPU, the management policy includes:
i. Alarm;
6. To Outgoing Trunk Controlled by MML, the management
policy includes:
i. Traffic Control;
ii. Traffic Route Reselect;

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iii. Alarm;
iv. Control DRT/DRF limit;
v. Control ART/ARF limit;
vi. Control trunk used;
vii.Control Route skip;
viii.Control trunk in;
7. To Destination Number Controlled by MML, the manage-
ment policy includes:
i. Called Number Control;
ii. Alarm;
iii. Circuit route limit;
iv. Special tone notice;
8. To Office Congestion, the management policy includes:
i. Traffic Route Reselect;
ii. Office ID Control;
iii. Alarm;
9. To Percentage or amount of RTP Resource Reservation,
the management policy includes:
i. Traffic Control ;
ii. Alarm;
10. To Outgoing Trunk Unreachable, the management policy
includes:
i. Traffic Control;
ii. Alarm;
iii. Control DRT/DRF limit;
iv. Control ART/ARF limit
v. Control trunk used;
vi. Control trunk in;
11. To types of Media Gateway Resource congestion, such as:
� Gateway Tone Congestion;
� Gateway conference Congestion;
� Gateway VTCA Congestion;
� Gateway TLN Congestion;
� Gateway MP CPU Using Ratio;
� Gateway PP CPU Using Ratio;
� Gateway IPI Flux;
� Gateway IPI Loss;
The management policy includes:
i. Voice Encoding Method;
ii. Traffic Route Reselect;

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iii. Alarm;
12. To QoS of Voice, the management policy includes:
i. Voice Encoding Method;
ii. Traffic Route Reselect;
iii. Alarm;
13. To CAPS of Local SS, the management policy includes:
i. Global Service Data;
ii. Alarm;
14. To MML Control IP, the management policy includes:
i. Traffic Control;
ii. Alarm;
15. To Trunk Connection Rate, the management policy includes:
i. Alarm;
ii. ASR Low Dredge;
16. To QoS Caused by Terminal Code, the management policy
includes:
i. Called Number Control;
ii. Alarm;
iii. Circuit route limit;
17. To CPU Selective Congestion of Local SS, the management
policy includes:
i. Alarm;
ii. Special Tone Notice.

Network Environment
Network environment about traffic control of SS10 SS1b
SoftSwitch control Equipment is shown in Figure 1.

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FIGURE 1 OPERATIONAL NETWOEK ENVIRONMENT OF ZXSS10


SS1B

Explanation of function and meanings of network element/equip-


ment are shown in Table 2.

TABLE 2 FUNCTION EXPLANATION OF RELATED NETWORK


ELEMENT/EQUIPMENT IN ZXSS10 SS1B

Name Function and meaning

ZXSS10 SoftSwitch server is the control core


of the whole system. It could achieve such
as protocol adaptive, calling transaction,
ZXSS10 SS1b
resources management and services provision
and so on. It could also interconnect with
other system as a external interface

ZXMSG 9000 could achieve functions such


ZXMSG 9000 as TG, SG, AG, integrated gateway office,
speech media server and so on

It is responsible for operating centrally about


NetNumen N31 all kinds of network element in SS1b system,
managing and operation

It is responsible for local operation of


NetNumen N31, and achieves function of
NetNumen Client
routine operation for ZXSS10 SS1b by logging
in NetNumen N31

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Logging In And Interface


Logging in Network Management
System
Prerequisites � Related software in NetNumen N31 server is installed and
runs normally.
� NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� NetNumen N31 client software is installed.
Context This topic describes the procedure to login in NetNumen N31 (Net-
work Management Sever) to configure data.
Steps 1. Double click files under the directory: \NetNumenN31\ums-
clnt\bin\run.bat.
Login window pops up as shown in Figure 2.

FIGURE 2 INTERFACE OF LOGGING IN NETNUMEN N31 CLIENT

2. Input as follows for the first logging in:


� Username: admin
� Password: empty
� Server Address: IP address in public network of Network
Management Sever.
� Click the OK button, then log in the NetNumen N31 Uni-
fied Management System window.
END OF STEPS

Result Logging in Network Management System is completed success-


fully.

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Entering into the Configure


Management Interface
Prerequisites NetNumenN31 client has been logged in NetNumenN31server.
Context This topic describes the procedure to log in Configure Manage-
ment window.
Steps 1. In the NetNumenN31 Unified Management System win-
dow, find out network element which needs to be configured
under the directory tree in left pane. Click right-click and se-
lect Configure Management from popup menu, as shown in
Figure 3.
Data Configure window opens as shown in Figure 4.

FIGURE 3 ENTERING INTO CONFIGURE MANAGEMENT


INTERFACE THROUGH NETWORK MANAGEMENT

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FIGURE 4 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT INTERFACE OF


ZXSS10 SS1B

END OF STEPS

Result Entering into the Configure Management interface is completed


successfully.

Entering into the Performance


Management Interface
Prerequisites NetNumenN31 client has been logged in NetNumenN31 server.
Context This topic describes the procedure to open Performance Man-
agement window.
Steps 1. In the NetNumenN31 Unified Management System win-
dow, find out network element which needs to be configured
under the directory tree in left pane. Right-click and select
Performance Management from popup menu.
Performance Management window opens as shown in Figure
5.

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FIGURE 5 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT INTERFACE OF ZXSS10


SS1B

END OF STEPS

Result Entering into the Performance Management interface is com-


pleted successfully.

Special Configuration
explanation
Disaster Recovery Configuration
1. For 1:0 disaster recovery networking, traffic control policy at-
tribute and its action must be configured in “1” side, then dis-
aster recovery in “0” side. Activation and control are performed
in “0” side.
2. For 1:1 disaster recovery networking, traffic control policy at-
tribute and its action must be configured in its original side.
After disaster recovery is configured in the opposite side, acti-
vation and control are performed in disaster recovery side.

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IP Virtual Trunk Configuration


Explanation
Requirement In actual call process, traffic reaches peak status due to varieties
Description of reasons and large call traffic causes congestion probably, as a
result, traffic control must be done before traffic exceeds some
predefined load limit. Traditional NO. 7 signal has the function of
traffic control, and it is required that IP virtual trunk also can do
traffic control. However, IP virtual trunk do not provide the traffic
control function related with circuit status. If some traffic control
policies are configured and activated in background, normal con-
versations can be realized and impact to system from overloading
traffic can be prevented to assure equipments normal running.
This disposal way is the same with current traditional trunk dis-
posal way.
Traffic Control Before proceeding, meet the following requirements.
Policy supported
By IP Virtual Trunk � Trunk Reservation Percentage: perform statistics about
free percentage of IP virtual trunk group. If the percentage
of IP virtual trunk concurrent calls is less than or equals to
the threshold, which is defined in Special Threshold, con-
gestion control is triggered and controlled traffic is refused to
pass through. Through this task type, the priority of IP virtual
trunk concurrent calls can be given to some traffic.
� Trunk Reservation Number: perform statistics about free
numbers of IP virtual trunk group, absolute free numbers of
concurrent calls. Some traffic controls can get priority of con-
current calls and be controlled according to recorded concur-
rent calls. If the free numbers of IP virtual trunk group con-
current calls are less than or equal to the defined number, con-
trolled traffic is refused to pass through.
� OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE: to perform traffic sta-
tistics about IP virtual trunk group, register statistics task and
thresholds in Traffic Statistics. When call failure reaches a
certain percentage, the trunk group is regarded as hard to
reachable . Thus , related policy control is adopted to con-
trol congestion.
� OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY MML: trigger trunk
congestion by man-machine command, and adopt related pol-
icy to control congestion.
� Outgoing trunk traffic overflow: to perform traffic statistics
about IP virtual trunk group in Traffic Statistics. Congestion
class can be got according to predefined threshold set in Traf-
fic Statistics. According to the congestion class, adopt related
policy to control all traffic in this trunk.
� TRUNK CONNECT RATE: when configure special destination
code through certain IP virtual trunk outgoing, if the connection
success rate of a specific destination code through a trunk is
too low, policy control of trunk connection rate is triggered.
� Traffic Control: according to incoming trunk group ( including
IP virtual trunk group), calling user type, calling user destina-
tion code, resource node number, called number, time interval
and so on, limit the traffic to a certain volume by percentage
or call gapping.

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� Called Destination Code Control: according to the combi-


nation of incoming trunk ( including IP virtual trunk group),
calling user type, calling user destination code, resource/des-
tination IP address, time interval, limit traffic of assigned des-
tination code by percentage or call gapping limit.
� Traffic Route Reselect ( temporary alternative routing)
: it is required that the selected temporary routing can be
inserted any position of original route set. The selected alter-
native routing is only temporary and it has no need to be in
the original route set. If the routing of temporary alternative
routing fails, the original routing continues.
� Control DRT/DRF limit: according to outgoing trunk ( includ-
ing IP virtual trunk group), incoming trunk(including IP virtual
trunk group) , calling user type, calling user destination code,
resource code number, called number, time interval combina-
tion, limit traffic of assigned direct routing trunk ( including IP
virtual trunk group). Limit direct routing traffic volume of in-
coming and outgoing controlled trunk group by percentage.
� Control ART/ARF limit: according to the combination of out-
going trunk ( including IP virtual trunk group), incoming trunk (
including IP virtual trunk group), calling user type, calling user
destination code, resource code number, called number, time
interval, limit traffic of alternative routing trunk. Limit alterna-
tive routing traffic volume of incoming and outgoing controlled
trunk group by percentage.
� Control route skip: according to the combination of outgo-
ing trunk (including IP virtual trunk group), incoming trunk (
including IP virtual trunk group), calling user type, calling user
destination code, resource node number, called number, time
interval, make traffic jump over the route set in which the con-
trolled routing locates by percentage, and enter next route set
whose routing order is normal and select a certain routing of
this route set to connect.
� Control trunk in: according to the combination of incoming
trunk (including IP virtual trunk group), calling user type, call-
ing user destination code, resource node number, called num-
ber, time interval, control incoming trunk (including IP virtual
trunk group) by percentage.
� Control trunk out: according to the combination of outgoing
trunk ( including IP virtual trunk group), calling user type, call-
ing user destination code, resource node number, called num-
ber, time interval, control outgoing trunk ( including IP virtual
trunk group) by percentage.
� ASR Low Dredge: when special destination code outgoes
through certain trunk, policy control of trunk connection rate
is triggered when connection rate is too low.

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Chapter 2

Configuring Gateway
Congestion

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................15
Registering Congestion Type ...............................................17
Configuring Traffic Control ..................................................18

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure policy to control
gateway congestion, which is optional.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton, then Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens, as
shown in Figure 6.

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FIGURE 6 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 3.

TABLE 3 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY

Name Meaning

ID number of policy, ID number must


Policy Index
be only

After choosing it, traffic capacity through


specific trunk or IP are limited by
percentage or time, under combined
Traffic Control conditions of incoming trunk calling user
typecalling user destination code source
node number , called number and time
interval

After choosing it, alarm message


Alarm prompts in the alarm panel when
congestion reaches the threshold

Policy Name Optional Policy name

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4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list, and


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name
filed, then click the OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
1-Gateway Congestion.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 7.

FIGURE 7 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 4.

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TABLE 4 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, when handling


capacity and network flow in Media
1-Gateway Congestion Gateway reach pre-defined threshold,
congestion messages are reported in
media control protocol every fixed time

Six congestion levels could be


Number of Congestion
configured at most

ID number of policy, ID number must


Policy Index
be only

3. Select 1-Gateway Congestion option from Congestion


Type drop-down list. Fill in Number of Congestion filed
and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to finish
configuration.

Tip:
Click the Policy Index button to open related interface, and
select index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Control


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control has been selected in management policy of
this congestion.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab.
2. Select Traffic Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button.

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Add Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 8.

FIGURE 8 CONFIGURING TARFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Traffic Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 5.

TABLE 5 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control


Traffic Control index, which is necessary during
configuration and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to configure congestion


Congestion level needing to be activated, which is
necessary during configuration

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Name Meaning

It is used to control according to


Control by percent
percentage during defined time period

It is used to control by occupied


Control by occupy Num
numbers during defined time period

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of callers’ call type should
be chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number for call from PSTN. If it
Incoming Trunk
is not configured, all trunk groups are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

It is used to match callers according to


Original IP Model
IP address templates

It is used to match the called according


Target IP Model
to IP address templates

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and control
control percentage during control by
percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

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Chapter 3

Configuring CPU
Congestion Control
of Local SS

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................21
Registering Congestion Type ...............................................23
Configuring Special Thresholds ............................................24
Configuring Control Percentage of Global Service Data............26
Configuring Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority ..................27

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure new policy to con-
trol CPU’s which is in processing boards of the local SS.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton .
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 9.

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FIGURE 9 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 6.

TABLE 6 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLCIY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID of policy

After choosing it , traffic capacity


through specific trunk or IP are limited
by percentage or time, under combined
Traffic Control conditions of incoming trunk , caller
type, caller destination code , source
node number, called number and time
interval

After choosing it, alarm message


Alarm prompts in the alarm panel when
reaching the alarm threshold

Policy Name Optional policy name

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4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list, and


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name
filed, then click the OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
2-CPU CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 10.

FIGURE 10 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Select 2-CPU CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS option from Con-


gestion Type drop-down list. Fill in Number of Congestion
filed and Policy Index field. Detailed meanings of parameters
are shown inTable 7.

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TABLE 7 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

Perform statistics about CPU’s


occupancy rate of local SS, and report
it by processing boards in local SS
CPU Congestion of Local
every fixed time .When a certain CPU’s
SS
occupancy rate exceeds the threshold,
congestion control in related level is
triggered to reduce it.

Number of Congestion Four levels are configured at most.

Detailed meanings of (Optional


Policy Index
Configuration) are referenced in Table 6.

3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click the Policy Index button to open related interface, and
select index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Special
Thresholds
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure thresholds to con-
trol CPU congestion.
For one congestion, the thresholds for estimating congestion class
should be the same value, however, for some equipments, it is
expected that their own congestion thresholds are different from
others. For example, for gateway, if its threshold reaches 70, gate-
way is in congestion status. But for certain gateway, because of
its characteristics, it is required when threshold reaches 50, the
gateway is in congestion status and needs corresponding control
to handle. Under this condition, configuring special thresholds can
solve this problem.

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Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog


box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 2-CPU CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS from list box,
click the Special Threshold button.
Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog box
opens.
2. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click the Add(A) button.
Add Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 11.

FIGURE 11 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION


CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control and


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter expla-
nation is shown in Table 8.

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TABLE 8 PARAMETE EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING SPECIAL


THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

It is not necessary to be configured, and


Congestion Type
its detailed meaning is shown in Table 7.

Fill in SPC No . When there are multi SPC


Parameter Value
boards, they should all be configured.

Configure CPU’s threshold which ranging


Threshold 14
from counterclockwise order

After choosing it, the function of traffic


CPU Traffic Control
control is activated

It is the output cycle of statistics


about CPU’s occupancy rate . When
Threshold Output
CPU’s occupancy rate reaches different
thresholds , related control is activated

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special thresholds is completed successfully.

Configuring Control
Percentage of Global
Service Data
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure percentages to con-
trol global traffic capacity.
Steps 1. In the Data Configure window, Select Global(G) > Sys-
tem(M) > Global Service Data(G) from menu bar.
Global Service Data dialog box opens.
2. In the Global Service Data dialog box, Select Data > Global
Traffic Configuration from menu bar of the directory tree in
the left pane, click the Modify button.
Modify Global Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 12.

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FIGURE 12 MODIFY GLOBAL TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. In the Modify Global Traffic Control dialog box, set four con-
gestion levels, such as 100, 50, 30, 20, then click the OK but-
ton to finish configuration.

Tip:
Level 1 4: value is generally configured according to actual
requirements.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring control percentage of global service data is completed


successfully.

Configuring Control Policy of


Trunk Group Priority
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure control policy of
trunk group priority.

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For CPU congestion type, different trunk group priorities can be


configured different traffic control policy. When CPU congestion
happens, SoftSwitch obtain corresponding traffic control policy to
perform protocol traffic control according to priorities of incom-
ing trunk group ; when priority of incoming trunk group is 0 or
SoftSwitch can not obtain corresponding traffic control policy ac-
cording to trunk group, then take general CPU protocol traffic con-
trol policy to handle.
Steps 1. In Congestion Control And Policy Management window,
click the Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority button.
Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority window opens.
2. Click the Add button.
Add Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority window opens
as shown in Figure 13.

FIGURE 13 CONTROL POLICY OF TRUNK GROUP PRIORITY

3. In Add Control Policy of Trunk Group Priority interface,


trunk group priority, four level congestion types and MML ac-
tive CPU control can be set. Click the OK button to finish con-
figuration. Attribute of priority is BYTE type, while scope is
0~255, the highest priority is 1 and 255 is the lowest level.
Default value is 0 which means invalid.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring control policy of trunk group priority is completed suc-


cessfully.

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Chapter 4

Configuring Congestion
Control of Trunk
Reservation

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................29
Registering Congestion Control Type ....................................32
Configuring Special Thresholds ............................................33
Configuring Management Policy ...........................................35

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management pol-
icy of trunk reservation. Trunk reservation includes two kinds of
congestion types: Trunk reservation by percentage and by num-
bers.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton .
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 14.

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FIGURE 14 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box. Detailed parameter explanation is shown in Table 9.

TABLE 9 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID of policy.

After choosing it , traffic capacity through


specific trunk or IP are limited by
Traffic Capacity percentage or time, under combined
Control conditions of incoming trunk caller
type caller destination code source node
number , called number and time interval

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in the alarm panel when reaching the
alarm threshold

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Name Meaning

After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


through direct route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing
trunk incoming trunk, caller type, caller
Control DRT/DRF destination code, source node number ,
limit called number and time interval. It includes
Direct Route Traffic (DRT) through
controlled trunk group by percentage and
Direct Route Traffic Flow (DRF) through
controlled trunk group by percentage

After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


through alternative route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing
trunk incoming trunk, caller type, caller
destination code , source node number
Control ART/ARF limit , called number and time interval. It
includes Alternative Route Traffic
(ART) through controlled trunk group
by percentage and Alternative Route
Traffic Flow (ARF) through controlled
trunk group by percentage

After choosing it, two-way trunk could


be set as incoming trunk, combined with
conditions of outgoing trunk incoming
Control trunk out
trunk, caller typecaller destination code,
source node number , called number and
time interval, and controlled by percentage

After choosing it, the trunk could be


occupied or blocked, combined with
conditions of outgoing trunk incoming
Control trunk used
trunk, caller type caller destination code
source node number ,called number and
time interval.

After choosing it, traffic jump over destined


route , then jump to the next route in
normal order , combined with conditions
Control Route Skip
of outgoing trunk, incoming trunk, caller
type, caller destination code , source node
number , called number and time interval

After choosing it, incoming trunk is


controlled by percentage, combined with
Control trunk in conditions of incoming trunk, caller type,
caller destination code, source node
number , called number and time interval

Policy Name Optional policy name

4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list,


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, or tick Control
DRF limit check box, Control DRT limit check box, Control
ARF limit check box, Control ART limit check box, Control
Trunk Out check box, or Control Trunk Used check box, or
Control route skip check box, or Control trunk in check
box, then fill in Policy Name field, and click the OK button to
finish configuration.

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Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time in configuring congestion types. It is not rec-
ommended to configure any other policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Control Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure types to control
trunk congestion. Trunk congestion control types include trunk
reservation by percentage and by numbers, and both of their man-
agement policies are the same.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 15.

FIGURE 15 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

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2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 10.

TABLE 10 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPES

Name Meaning

Perform statistics about free percentage


of trunk group. If free percentage of
5-TRAFFIC CONTROL
the trunk is less than the threshold
ON PERCENT
which is predefined in special thresholds,
controlled traffic is refused to pass through

Perform statistics about absolute free


numbers of trunk group. If free numbers
6-TRAFFIC CONTROL
in trunk group are less than the defined
AT CALL INTERVAL
number, controlled traffic are refused to
pass through

Number of Congestion Six levels could be configured at most

Detailed meanings are referenced in Table


Policy Index
9

3. Select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or 6-TRAFFIC


CONTROL AT CALL INTERVAL option from Congestion
Type drop-down list. Fill in Number of Congestion filed
and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to finish
configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface then select
index No.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Special
Thresholds
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to configure thresholds of trunk


circuit reservation percentage and number.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAF-
FIC CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, click the Special
Threshold button.
Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog box
opens.
2. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click the Add(A) button .
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 16.

FIGURE 16 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION


CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter expla-
nation is shown in Table 11.

TABLE 11 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

It is not necessarily configured . Detailed


Congestion Type
meanings are shown in Table 10

Parameter Value It is used to configure trunk group

It is used to configure trunk group


Threshold 16 reservation numbers ranging in clockwise
order

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

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Result Configuring special thresholds is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Traffic Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control has been selected in management policy of
this congestion type.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab.
2. Select Traffic Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 17.

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FIGURE 17 CONFIGURING TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Traffic Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 12.

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TABLE 12 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to percentage


Control by percent
during defined time period

Control by occupy It is used to control by occupied numbers


Num during defined time period

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured, all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

It is used to match the called according to


Target IP Model
IP address templates

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

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Configuring Direct Route Traffic


(DRT) Limit
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Direct Route Traffic (DRT) Limit has been selected in man-
agement policy of this congestion type.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
DRT limit policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAF-
FIC CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then select Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Control DRT limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control DRT limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
18.

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FIGURE 18 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING DRT LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control DRT limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 13.

TABLE 13 PARAMETERS EXPLAMATION OF CONFIGURING DRT


LIMIT

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

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Name Meaning

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number for call from PSTN. If it
Incoming Trunk
is not configured, all trunk groups are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Configuration of controlling DRT and controlling DRF are the
same.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring direct route traffic (DRT) is completed successfully.

Configuring Alternative Route Traffic


(ART) Limit
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Alternative Route Traffic (ART) Limit has been selected in
management policy of this congestion type.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
ART limit policy.

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Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog


box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Control ART limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button .
Add Control ART limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
19.

FIGURE 19 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING ALTERNATIVE ROUTE


LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control ART limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 14.

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TABLE 14 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CALLED DESTINATION CODE

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured , all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Configuration of adding ART limit and adding ARF limit are the
same.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring alternative route traffic (ART) limit is completed suc-


cessfully.

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Configuring Trunk Used


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Trunk Used has been selected in management policy of this
congestion type.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control trunk used policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Control trunk used on the left pane, then click the
Add button .
Add Control trunk used dialog box opens as shown in Figure
20.

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FIGURE 20 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk used dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 15.

TABLE 15 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure trunk group no


Trunk Group No.
which needs to be controlled

It is used to configure congestion


Congestion level needing to be activated, which is
necessary during configuration

Control by circuit It is used to control congestion according


percent to percentage in defined time period

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Name Meaning

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according


NUM to idle circuit numbers

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is default as no. If choosing yes,


Stop Circuit message of stopping circuit is sent to
opposite office

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring trunk used is completed successfully.

Configuring Route Skip


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Route Skip has been selected in management policy of this
congestion type.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control route skip policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Control trunk skip on the left pane, then click the Add
button.

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Add Control trunk skip dialog box opens as shown in Figure


21.

FIGURE 21 CONFIGURATION OF ROUTE SKIP

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control route skip dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 16.

TABLE 16 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

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Name Meaning

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured, all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

Through route when After choosing it, policy of skip direct route
skip is adopted

Circuity route when After choosing it, policy of skip alternative


skip route is adopted

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring route skip is completed successfully.

Configuring Trunk In
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Trunk In has been selected in management policy of this con-
gestion type.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in


Control trunk in policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 5-TRAFFIC CONTROL ON PERCENT or TRAFFIC
CONTROL AT INTERVA from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Control trunk in on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control trunk in dialog box opens as shown in Figure 22.

FIGURE 22 CONFIGURATION OF INCOMING TRUNK

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk in dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 17.

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TABLE 17 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure trunk group no which


Trunk Group No.
needs to be controlled

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


percent percentage in defined time period

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


Number idle circuit numbers

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring trunk in is completed successfully.

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Configuring Destination
Code Unreachable

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................51
Registering Congestion Type ..............................................53
Configuring Management Policy ...........................................55
Registering Statistical Task .................................................61

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policy to control
congestion when called destination code is hard to reachable.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 23.

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FIGURE 23 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 18.

TABLE 18 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, traffic capacity of


specific destination code could be limited
Called Number by percentage of time, combined with
Control conditions of incoming trunk, caller type,
caller destination code, source/destination
IP address and time

After choosing it, specific destination code


Circuit route limit chooses alternative route for calling when
direct route blocks

After choosing it, Special Tone Notice is


sent to operators and /or users to delay
Special tone notice
calling, according to called number and
incoming trunk group number

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Name Meanings

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm
in alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

4. Select 1-YES option from Called Number Control drop-down


list or tick Circuit route limit check box, or Special tone
notice check box, and select 1-YES option from Alarm drop-
down list, fill in Policy Name field, then click the OK button
to finish configuration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 7- DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 24.

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FIGURE 24 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 19.

TABLE 19 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

Register statistics task and thresholds,


and perform statistics about a called
destination code. When Answer Bid
7- DESTINATION SDN Ratio of the destination code reaches
UNREACHABLE a certain percentage, the destination
code is regarded as hard to reachable
. Thus, related policy is adopted to
control congestion

Number of Congestion Four levels are configured at most

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 18

3. Select 7- DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE option from


Congestion Type drop-down list, and fill in Number of Con-
gestion and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to
finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related dialog box, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Called Number Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Called Number Control item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic about called number.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 7- DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Called Number Control on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Called Number Control dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 25.

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FIGURE 25 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Called Number Control di-


alog box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table
20.

TABLE 20 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CALLED DESTION CODE

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control


Traffic Control index, which is necessary during
configuration and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination


Called Number code, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion


Congestion level needing to be activated, which is
necessary during configuration

It is used to control by percentage


Control by percent
during calling period

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Name Meaning

It is used to control by called numbers


Control by quantity
configured in defined time period

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from OTHER SS call from Other SS

It is used to Select caller


Calling User Type category Note one of caller calling
type should be configured

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group no through which call from PSTN
Flag(Group) is. If it is not configured, all trunk groups
are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
suited numbers range

It is used to match caller according to


Original IP model
IP address template

After choosing it, only international


incoming calls with matching destination
International Incoming
code are controlled .If the following four
Calls
kinds are not selected, all calls with
matching destination code are controlled

After choosing it, only international


International Outgoing
outgoing calls with matching destination
Calls
code are controlled

After choosing it, only international


International
outgoing calls with matching destination
Exchanging Calls
code are controlled

After choosing it, calls exclude


international incoming /outgoing
Other Calls
/exchanging calls with matching
destination code are controlled

Time period and It is used to control congestion by


controlling percentages percentage and time period

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring called number control is completed successfully.

Configuring Circuit Route Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.

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� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-


terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Circuit route limit item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
circuit route limit.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 7- DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Circuit route limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Circuit route limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
26.

FIGURE 26 ADDING CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Circuit route limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 21

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TABLE 21 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


ALTERNATIVE ROUTE

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination


Called Number code, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNote one


Caller User type
of caller calling types should be configured

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group no through which call from PSTN is.
Flag(Group ) If it is not configured , all trunk group are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling Destination
suited numbers segment

Switch to alternative route 1,2,3,4 by


Circuit route 14
turns if call fails

Time period
It is used to configure time period and
and controlling
controlling percentage
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring circuit route limit is completed successfully.

Configuring Special Tone Notice


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.

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� Special tone notice item is in left pane under Policy Prop-


erty tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
special tone notice.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 7- DESTINATION SDN UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Special tone notice on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Special tone notice dialog box opens as shown in Figure
27.

FIGURE 27 CONFIGURATION OF SPECIAL TONE NOTICE

3. Configure parameters in the Add Special tone notice dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 22.

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TABLE 22 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SPECIAL TONE NOTICE

Name Meaning

Traffic Control It is used to configure traffic control index,


which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

Called Number It is used to configure called destination code,


which is necessary during configuration

Congestion It is used to configure congestion level


needing to be activated which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local call from local SS


Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from other SS

Caller User type It is used to select caller categoryNote one of


caller calling types should be configured

Incoming Trunk It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Flag(Group ) no through which call from PSTN is .If it is not
configured , all trunk group are controlled

Calling It is used to configure caller number or suited


Destination numbers segment

It is used to send tones for operators and /or


Tone ID
users

Time period It is used to configure time period and


and controlling controlling percentage
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special tone notice is completed successfully.

Registering Statistical Task


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Performance Management
interface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register called destination
code to activate the congestion control.
Steps 1. In Performance Management window, select Traffic man-
agement > Statistical task > Register from menu bar.

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Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box opens as


shown in Figure 28.

FIGURE 28 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

2. In the Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect all domain option from domain drop-down list, Service
Quality, Difficult to TDC option from Stat. type drop-down
list, Day option from Output cycle drop-down list, and input
words in description field, then click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 29.

FIGURE 29 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

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3. In the Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box, in-


put date in Start Date, End Date and Time Seg1 field , then
click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 30.

FIGURE 30 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

4. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, click


the Define obj group button.
Add obj group dialog box opens as shown in Figure 31.

FIGURE 31 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS

5. In the Add obj group dialog box, input words in Obj Group
Name field and Obj group descriptions field, click the Add
button to newly add a object group, which allows adding ten

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groups consecutively, then click the OK button to go back into


Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, as shown
in Figure 30.

Tip:
Value in Number field should be the same with number in call-
ing filed in Add Called Number Control dialog box to activate
congestion control.

6. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect options from available Object group , then click
button , selected object group appears in Select Object group
. Click the Next button .
Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 32.

FIGURE 32 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

7. In the Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box,


input value in Attempt Number Threshold field and An-
swer-to-Attempt Ratio Threshold 1 4 field, then click the
Next button .
Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 33.

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FIGURE 33 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

8. In the Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box, ,


click the Finish button to end configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Registering statistical task is completed successfully.

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Chapter 6

Configuring CPU’s
Congestion Control
Activated Through
Man-machine Language
(MML)

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................67
Registering Congestion Type ...............................................69
Activating Policies of Congestion Control ...............................70

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management policy
to control outgoing trunk by man-machine language.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 34.

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FIGURE 34 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 23.

TABLE 23 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID of policy.

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in the alarm panel when reaching the alarm
threshold.

Policy Name Optional Policy name

4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list, and


select 1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy
Name field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.

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Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time in configuring congestion types. It is not rec-
ommended to configure any other policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
8-MML CONTROL CPU.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 35.

FIGURE 35 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

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2. Select 8-MML CONTROL CPU option from Congestion Type


drop-down list, and fill in Number of Congestion and Policy
Index field, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in
Table 24.

TABLE 24 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, CPU’s congestion control


is activated by man-machine language,
8-MML CONTROL CPU
and related policy is adopted to control
congestion

Number of
Only a level could be configured
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 23

3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index to open related interface, then select index
number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Activating Policies of
Congestion Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the configuration to activate policy by man-
machine language to control CPU’s congestion.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 8-MML CONTROL CPU from list box, then click on
Active Information tab to enter into the section, then click
the Activate button, select Traffic Control for CPU Activate
from menu bar.

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Traffic Control for CPU Activate dialog box opens as shown


in Figure 36.

FIGURE 36 ACTIVATING CONGESTION CONTROL OF CPU


TRAFFIC

2. Configure parameters in the Traffic Control for CPU Acti-


vate dialog box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown
in Table 25.

TABLE 25 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING CPU’S


CONGESTION CONTROL ACTIVATION

Name Meaning

Select Activate option from drop-down list


to activate congestion control. In activation
Operation Type status, select Deactivate option from
drop-down list to deactivate congestion
control

It is configured in each panel by system


.Its calculation formula is LSQ40×machine
LSQ NO. frame number1 slot number. For example ,
LSQ of the SPC board located in the second
machine frame and the third slot is 43

It is used to configure delayed time of


activation and deactivation. If it is not
Delay Time (min)
configured, activation and deactivation go
into effect immediately without delay

3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Activating policies of congestion control is completed successfully.

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Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................73
Registering Congestion Type ...............................................76
Configuring Management Policy ...........................................77
Configuring Traffic Control Activation ....................................92

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management policy
to control outgoing trunk by man-machine language.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 37.

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FIGURE 37 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 26.

TABLE 26 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, incoming trunk is controlled


by percentage, combined with conditions of
Control trunk in incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination
code, source node number , called number
and time interval

After choosing it , traffic through specific


trunk or IP are limited by percentage or
time, under combined conditions of incoming
Traffic Control
trunk , caller type, caller destination code ,
source node number , called number and
time interval

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in the alarm panel when reaching the alarm
threshold

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Name Meaning

After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


through direct route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing
trunk incoming trunk, caller type, caller
Control DRT/DRF destination code , source node number ,
limit called number and time interval. It includes
Direct Route Traffic (DRT) through
controlled trunk group by percentage and
Direct Route Traffic Flow (DRF) through
controlled trunk group by percentage

After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


through alternative route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing
trunk incoming trunk, caller type caller
Control ART/ARF destination code , source node number ,
limit called number and time interval. It includes
Alternative Route Traffic (ART) through
controlled trunk group by percentage and
Alternative Route Traffic Flow (ARF)
through controlled trunk group by percentage

After choosing it, two-way trunk could be set


as incoming trunk, combined with conditions
of outgoing trunk, incoming trunk, caller
Control trunk out
type, caller destination code , source node
number , called number and time interval,
and controlled by percentage

After choosing it, the trunk could be occupied


or blocked, combined with conditions of
Control trunk used outgoing trunk, incoming trunk, caller type,
caller destination code , source node number
, called number and time interval

After choosing it, traffic jump over destined


route , then jump to the next route in normal
order , combined with conditions of outgoing
Control Route Skip
trunk, incoming trunk, caller type, caller
destination code , source node number ,
called number and time interval

After choosing yes, selected temporary


alternative route could be inserted in any
Traffic Route place of the old route group, which is not
Reselect necessary to be in the old route group. If
temporary alternative route selection fails,
the old selection is proceeded.

Policy Name Optional policy name

4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list,


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, or tick Control
DRF limit check box, Control DRT limit check box, Control
ARF limit check box, Control ART limit check box, Control
Trunk Out check box, or Control Trunk Used check box, or
Control route skip check box, or Control trunk in check
box, then fill in Policy Name field, and click the OK button to
finish configuration.

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Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time in configuring congestion types. It is not rec-
ommended to configure any other policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY MML.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 38.

FIGURE 38 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

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2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 27.

TABLE 27 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, CPU’s congestion


OUTGOING TRUNK control is activated by man-machine
CONTROLLED BY MML language, and related policies are
adopted to control congestion

Number of Congestion Only a level. Could be configured

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 26

3. Select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY MML option


from Congestion Type drop-down list. Fill in Number of
Congestion filed and Policy Index field, then click the OK
button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index to open related interface, then select index
number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Control Trunk In
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control trunk in item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of


policy to control trunk in.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Control trunk in on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control trunk in dialog box opens as shown in Figure 39.

FIGURE 39 CONFIGURATION OF INCOMING TRUNK

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk in dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 28.

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TABLE 28 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


INCOMING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure trunk group no which


Trunk Group No.
needs to be controlled

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Control by circuity It is used to control congestion according to


percent percentage in defined time period

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


Num idle circuit numbers

Time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring control trunk in is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Control


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Traffic Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 40.

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FIGURE 40 CONFIGURATION OF TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Traffic Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 29.

TABLE 29 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6.

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration.

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration.

It is used to control according to


Control by percent
percentage during defined time period.

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Name Meaning

Control by occupy It is used to control by occupied numbers


Num during defined time period.

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number for call from PSTN. If it
Incoming Trunk
is not configured , all trunk groups are
controlled .

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range.

Original Node It is used to configure caller node .

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates.

It is used to match the called according to


Target IP Model
IP address templates.

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Route Reselect


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Route Reselect item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to reselect traffic route.

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Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-


log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Traffic Route Reselect on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Route Policy dialog box opens as shown in Figure 41.

FIGURE 41 ADDING NEW ROUTE POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Route Policy dialog box, and


detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 30.

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TABLE 30 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


ROUTE POLICY

Name Meaning

Route No. before The route no before adopting policy

It is used to configure congestion


Congestion level needing to be activated, which is
necessary during configuration

Route 14 after The route no after adopting policy

It is used to configure matching called


Called Number
number

It is used to configure incoming trunk


Incoming Trunk group no for calls from PSTN, If it is not
configured , all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

After choosing it, if route reselection fails,


Continue …
the old route selection is proceeded

Time period and It is used to configure time segment and


control percentage controlling percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic route reselect is completed successfully.

Configuring DRT Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control DRT limit item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control DRT limit policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.

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2. Select Control DRT limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control DRT limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
42.

FIGURE 42 CONFIGURATION OF DRT LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control DRT limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 31.

TABLE 31 PARAMETERS EXPLAMATION OF CONFIGURING DRT


LIMIT

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

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Name Meaning

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number for call from PSTN. If it
Incoming Trunk
is not configured, all trunk groups are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring DRT limit is completed successfully.

Configuring ART Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control ART limit item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of


Control ART limit policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Control ART limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control ART limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
43.

FIGURE 43 CONFIGURATION OF ART LIMIT POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control ART limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 32.

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TABLE 32 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING ART


LIMIT POLICY

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control


Traffic Control index, which is necessary during
configuration and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to configure congestion


Congestion level needing to be activated, which is
necessary during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to Select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number for call from PSTN. If it
Incoming Trunk
is not configured , all trunk groups are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and control
control percentage during control by
percentage
percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Configuration of adding ART limit and adding ARF limit are the
same.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring ART limit is completed successfully.

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Configuring Trunk Used


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control trunk used item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control trunk used policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Control trunk used on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Control trunk used dialog box opens as shown in Figure
44.

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FIGURE 44 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk used dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 33.

TABLE 33 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6.

It is used to configure trunk group no which


Trunk Group No.
needs to be controlled.

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration.

Control on circuity It is used to control congestion according to


percent percentage in defined time period.

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Name Meaning

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


NUM idle circuit numbers.

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category Note At


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range.

Called Number It is used to match the called.

It is default as no. If choosing yes, message


Stop Circuit
of stopping circuit is sent to opposite office.

Time period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring trunk used is completed successfully.

Configuring Route Skip


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control route skip item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
Control route skip policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter
into the section.
2. Select Control route skip on the left pane, then click the Add
button.

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Add Control route skip dialog box opens as shown in Figure


45.

FIGURE 45 CONFIGURATION OF ROUTE SKIP

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control route skip dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 34.

TABLE 34 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

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Name Meaning

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured , all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

Called Number It is used to match the called

Through route After choosing it, policy of skip direct route


when skip is adopted

Circuity route when After choosing it, policy of skip alternative


skip route is adopted

Time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring route skip is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Control


Activation
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.

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tivated Through MML

� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-


agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the configuration to control outgoing trunk by
man-machine language. Traffic control of trunk groups should be
activated to be in effect.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 9-OUTGOING TRUNK CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Active Information tab to
enter into the section, then click the Activate button, select
Trunk Traffic Control Activate from menu bar.
Trunk Traffic Control Activate dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 46.

FIGURE 46 ACTIVATING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL

2. Configure parameters in the Trunk Traffic Control Activate


dialog box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown
inTable 35.

TABLE 35 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRUNK TRAFFIC CONTROL ACTIVATION

Name Meaning

Select Activate option from drop-down list


to activate congestion control. In activation
Operation Type status, select Deactivate option from
drop-down list to deactivate congestion
control.

Trunk group no to be activated or


Trunk group NO.
deactivated.

It is used to configure delayed time of


Delay Time(min) activation and deactivation. If it is not
configured, it means without delay.

Disaster Recovery It is configured under disaster recovery


Flag condition

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3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control activation is completed successfully.

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Code Controlled
Through MML

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy .......................................................95
Registering Congestion Type ...............................................97
Configuring Management Policy ...........................................99
Configuring Traffic Control Activation .................................. 106

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-
trol congestion by Man-machine language when called destination
code is hard to reachable.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 47.

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FIGURE 47 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 36.

TABLE 36 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy.

After choosing it, traffic capacity of


specific destination code could be limited
Called Number by percentage of time, combined with
Control conditions of incoming trunk , caller type ,
caller destination code, source/destination
IP address and time.

After choosing it, specific destination code


Circuit route limit chooses alternative route for calling when
direct route blocks.

After choosing it, Special Tone Notice is


sent to operators and /or users to delay
Special tone notice
calling, according to called number and
incoming trunk group no.

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Name Meanings

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in alarm panel when reaching the
threshold.

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured.

4. Select 1-YES option from Called Number Control drop-down


list or tick Circuit route limit check box, or Special tone
notice check box, and select 1-YES option from Alarm drop-
down list, fill in Policy Name field, then click the OK button
to finish configuration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY MML.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 48.

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FIGURE 48 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 37.

TABLE 37 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

10- DESTINATION
After choosing it, congestion control
NUMNER
of destination code is activated by
CONTROLLED BY
man-machine language
MML

Number of
One level is configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 36

3. Select 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY MML


option from Congestion Type drop-down list, and fill in Num-
ber of Congestion and Policy Index field, then click the OK
button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index to open related dialog box, and select index
number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Called Number Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Called Number Control item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic about called destination code.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Called Number Control on the left pane, then click the
Add button to enter into Add Called Number Control dialog
box, as shown in Figure 49.

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FIGURE 49 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Called Number Control di-


alog box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table
38.

TABLE 38 PARAMTER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING CALLED


DESTINATION CODE

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination code,


Called Number
which is necessary during configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control by percentage during


Control by percent
calling period

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Name Meaning

It is used to control by called numbers


Control by quantity
configured in defined time period

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from OTHER


call from Other SS
SS

It is used to Select caller categoryNote one of


Calling User Type
caller calling type should be configured

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk
no through which call from PSTN is. If it is not
Flag(Group)
configured , all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or suited


Calling Destination
numbers range

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP model
address template

After choosing it, only international incoming


calls with matching destination code are
International
controlled .If the following four kinds are not
Incoming Calls
selected, all calls with matching destination
code are controlled

After choosing it, only international outgoing


International
calls with matching destination code are
Outgoing Calls
controlled

After choosing it, only international outgoing


International
calls with matching destination code are
Exchanging Calls
controlled

After choosing it, calls exclude international


Other Calls incoming /outgoing /exchanging calls with
matching destination code are controlled

Time period
It is used to control congestion by percentage
and controlling
and time period
percentages

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring called number control is completed successfully.

Configuring Circuit Route Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.

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� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-


terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Circuit Route Limit item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
circuit route limit.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Circuit route limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Circuit route limit dialog box, as shown in Figure 50

FIGURE 50 CONFIGURING ALTERNATIVE PERMISSION

3. Configure parameters in the Add Circuit route limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 39.

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TABLE 39 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


ALTERNATIVE ROUTE

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination


Called Number code, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from other SS

It is used to select caller category.

Caller User type Note:


one of caller calling types should be
configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk no through which call from PSTN is .If
Flag(Group ) it is not configured , all trunk group are
controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling Destination
suited numbers segment

Switch to alternative route 1,2,3,4 by turns


Circuit route 14
if call fails

Time period
It is used to configure time period and
and controlling
controlling percentage
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring circuit route limit is completed successfully.

Configuring Special Tone Notice


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.

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� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-


terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Special tone notice item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
special tone notice.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Special tone notice on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Special tone notice dialog box, as shown in Figure 51

FIGURE 51 CONFIGURATION OF SPECIAL TONE NOTICE

3. Configure parameters in Add Special tone notice dialog box,


and parameter meanings are shown in Table 40.

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TABLE 40 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SPECIAL TONE NOTICE

Name Meaning

Traffic Control It is used to configure traffic control index,


which is necessary during configuration
and its maximum is 6

Called Number It is used to configure called destination


code, which is necessary during
configuration

Congestion It is used to configure congestion level


needing to be activated which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local Office call from local SS

Call from PSTN call from PSTN

Call from Other SS call from other SS

Caller User type It is used to select caller category.

Note:
one of caller calling types should be
configured.

Incoming Trunk It is used to configure incoming trunk


Flag(Group ) group no through which call from PSTN is
.If it is not configured , all trunk group are
controlled

Calling Destination It is used to configure caller number or


suited numbers segment

It is used to send tones for operators and


Tone ID
/or users

Time period It is used to configure time period and


and controlling controlling percentage
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special tone notice is completed successfully.

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Configuring Traffic Control


Activation
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the configuration to activate congestion con-
trol of destination code by man-machine language.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 10- DESTINATION NUMNER CONTROLLED BY
MML from list box, then click on Active Information tab to
enter into the section, then click the Activate button, select
Traffic Control for Called Number Activate from menu bar.
Traffic Control for Called Number Activate dialog box as
shown in Figure 52.

FIGURE 52 ACTIVATING TRUNK TRAFFIC CONGESTION


CONTROL

2. Configure parameters in the Traffic Control for Called Num-


ber Activate dialog box, and detailed parameter meanings are
shown in Table 41.

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TABLE 41 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ACTIVATING TRUNK


TRAFFIC CONGESTION CONTROL

Name Meaning

Select Activate option from Operation


Type drop-down list to activate congestion
control. In activation status, select
Operation Type
Deactivate option from Operation Type
drop-down list to deactivate congestion
control

Called Number called destination code

It is used to configure delayed time of


Delay Time (min) activation and deactivation. If it is not
configured, it means without delay

Disaster Recovery It is configured under disaster recovery


Flag condition

3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control activation is completed successfully.

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Configuring Congestion
Control Through Office
ID

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 109
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 111
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 113

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-
trol office congestion.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 53.

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FIGURE 53 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 42.

TABLE 42 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, traffic of a certain office


Office ID Control
direction could be controlled

After choosing it, temporary alternative


route selected is required to insert in
any location in route group, which is not
Traffic Route Reselect
necessary to be in old route group. Old
selecting process could if route selecting
fails for temporary alternative route

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm
in alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

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4. Select 1-YES option from Office ID Control drop-down list or


select 1-YES option from Traffic Route Reselect drop-down
list and 1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy
Name field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.

Note:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 11- Controlled by NO.7.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 54.

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FIGURE 54 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box, and detailed parameter
meanings are shown in Table 43.

TABLE 43 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, the office direction is


marked as congestion by SS when REL
in NO.7 signaling reports reasons about
11-Controlled by NO.7
congestion of opposite equipment to
SS. Then policies are adopted to control
congestion

Number of Congestion One level is configured at most

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown inTable 42

3. Select 11- Controlled by NO.7 option from Congestion Type


drop-down list, and fill in Number of Congestion and Policy
Index field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.

Note:
Click Policy Index to open related dialog box, and select index
no.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Office ID Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Office ID Control item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
policy to control office ID.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 11-CONTROLLED BY NO.7 from list box, then click
on Policy Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Office ID Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button .
Add Office ID Policy dialog box opens as shown in Figure 55.

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FIGURE 55 ADD OFFICE ID POLICY

3. Configure parameters in Add Office ID Policy dialog box, and


parameter meanings are shown in Table 44.

TABLE 44 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


OFFICE DIRECTION CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure office direction number


Office ID needing to be controlled, which is necessary
during configuration.

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Home


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from OTHER


call from Other SS
SS

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Name Meaning

It is used to select caller category Note At


Calling User least one of caller calling type needs to be
configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


number when configuring originating call from
Incoming Trunk PSTN, which means the only configuration
of the trunk group, otherwise , all ones are
controlled .

It is used to configure caller number or suited


Caller ID
numbers segment.

It is used to configure matching called


Called Number
number.

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP Model
address models.

time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring office ID control is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Route Reselect


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Route Reselect item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
policy to reselect traffic route.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 11-CONTROLLED BY NO.7 from list box, then click
on Policy Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Traffic Route Reselect on the left pane, then click the
Add button .
Add Route Policy dialog box opens as shown in Figure 56.

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FIGURE 56 ADDING ROUTE POLICY

3. Configure parameters in Add Route Policy dialog box, and


parameter meanings are shown in Table 45.

TABLE 45 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ROUTE


POLICY

Name Meaning

Route No. before Route no for direct route

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Home


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

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Name Meaning

Route 14 after Select route 14 when direct route is block

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of caller calling type needs to
be configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number when configuring originating
Incoming Trunk call from PSTN, which means the only
configuration of the trunk group, otherwise
, all ones are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

It is used to configure matching called


Called Number
number

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

If alternative route selection fails ,the old


Continue
route selection proceeds

time period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic route reselect is completed successfully.

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Configuring Congestion
Control Through
Gateway Node ID

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 119
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 121
Configuring Special Threshold ........................................... 122
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 124

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-
trol RTP congestion at gateway node.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 57.

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FIGURE 57 CONFIGURATION OF NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 46.

TABLE 46 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID of policy

After choosing it, traffic could be limited


through specific trunk/IP address according to
percentage or calling interval, combined with
Traffic Control
incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination
code, source node number, called number,
and time period

After choosing it, alarm message prompts in


Alarm
alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

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4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list, and


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name
field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 12-RTP RESOURCE CONGESTION or 13-NUMBER OF RTP.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 58.

FIGURE 58 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management interface, and detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 47.

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TABLE 47 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, perform statistics about


free percentage of RTP resources in
12-RTP RESOURCE
gateway. If the percentage is less than or
CONGESTION
equal to the defined threshold, congestion
happens

After choosing it, perform statistics about


free number of RTP resources in gateway.
13-NUMBER OF RTP
If the number is less than or equal to the
defined threshold, congestion happens

Number of
Six levels are configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 46

3. Select 12-RTP RESOURCE CONGESTION or 13-NUMBER


OF RTP from Congestion Type drop-down list, and fill in
Number of Congestion and Policy Index field, then click
the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Special
Threshold
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure thresholds of RTP
reservation percentage and numbers.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 12-RTP RESOURCE CONGESTION or 13-NUM-

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BER OF RTP from list box, then click the Special Threshold
button.
Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog box
opens.
2. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click the Add(A) button .
Add Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 59.

FIGURE 59 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION


CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control and


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter expla-
nation is shown in Table 48.

TABLE 48 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

It is not necessarily configured . Detailed


Congestion Type
meanings are shown in Table 47

Parameter Value Gateway node

It is used to configure RTP reservation


Threshold 16
numbers ranging in clockwise order

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special threshold is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Traffic Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 12-RTP RESOURCE CONGESTION or 13-NUM-
BER OF RTP from list box, then click on Policy Property tab
to enter into the section.
2. Select Traffic Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button .
Add Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 60.

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FIGURE 60 ADDING TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Traffic Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown inTable 49.

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TABLE 49 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to percentage


Control by percent
during defined time period

Control by occupy It is used to control by occupied numbers


Num during defined time period

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category Note At


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured, all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

It is used to match the called according to


Target IP Model
IP address templates

Time period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

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Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 127
Registering Congestion Control Type .................................. 130
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 131
Registering Statistical Task ............................................... 141

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management policy
to control congestion when outgoing trunk is hard to be accessed.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 61.

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FIGURE 61 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 50.

TABLE 50 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it , traffic through specific


trunk or IP are limited by percentage or
time, under combined conditions of incoming
Traffic Control
trunk , caller type, caller destination code
, source node number , called number and
time interval

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in the alarm panel when reaching the alarm
threshold

Control DRT/DRF After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


limit through direct route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing

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Name Meaning
trunk incoming trunk, caller type, caller
destination code, source node number , called
number and time interval. It includes Direct
Route Traffic (DRT) through controlled
trunk group by percentage and Direct Route
Traffic Flow (DRF) through controlled trunk
group by percentage

After choosing it, trunk traffic capacity


through alternative route could be limited,
combined with conditions of outgoing
trunk incoming trunk, caller type, caller
Control ART/ARF destination code, source node number ,
limit called number and time interval. It includes
Alternative Route Traffic (ART) through
controlled trunk group by percentage and
Alternative Route Traffic Flow (ARF)
through controlled trunk group by percentage

After choosing it, two-way trunk could be set


as incoming trunk, combined with conditions
of outgoing trunk incoming trunk, caller
Control trunk out
type caller destination code source node
number ,called number and time interval,
and controlled by percentage.

After choosing it, the trunk could be occupied


or blocked, combined with conditions of
Control trunk used outgoing trunk, incoming trunk, caller type,
caller destination code, source node number
, called number and time interval

After choosing it, incoming trunk is controlled


by percentage, combined with conditions of
Control trunk in incoming trunk, caller type, caller destination
code, source node number , called number
and time interval

Policy Name Optional policy name

4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list,


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, or tick Control
DRF limit check box, Control DRT limit check box, Control
ARF limit check box, Control ART limit check box, Control
Trunk Out check box, or Control Trunk Used check box, or
Control route skip check box, or Control trunk in check
box, then fill in Policy Name field, and click the OK button to
finish configuration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time in configuring congestion types. It is not rec-
ommended to configure any other policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

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Registering Congestion
Control Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure types as 14-OUT-
GOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 62.

FIGURE 62 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box. Detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 51.

TABLE 51 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPES

Name Meaning

After choosing it, Perform statistics about


14-OUTGOING
traffic of a trunk group. If call failure of the
TRUNK
trunk group reaches a certain percentage,
UNREACHABLE
policies are adopted to control congestion

Number of
Four levels could be configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meanings are referenced in Table 50

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3. Select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from Con-


gestion Type drop-down list. Fill in Number of Congestion
and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to finish
configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index to open related interface then select index
number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion control type is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Traffic Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter into the sec-
tion.
2. Select Traffic Control on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 63.

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FIGURE 63 ADDING TRAFFIC CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Traffic Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 52.

TABLE 52 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to percentage


Control by percent
during defined time period

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Name Meaning

Control by occupy It is used to control by occupied numbers


Num during defined time period

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller category. NoteAt


Calling User
least one of callers’ call type should be chosen

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured, all trunk groups are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Original Node It is used to configure caller node

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

It is used to match the called according to


Target IP Model
IP address templates

Time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

Configuring DRT Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control DRT limit item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control DRT limit policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from list

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box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter into the sec-
tion.
2. Select Control DRT limiton the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control DRT limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
64.

FIGURE 64 CONFGURATION OF DRT LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control DRT limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 53.

TABLE 53 PARAMETERS EXPLAMATION OF CONFIGURING DRT LIMIT

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6.

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration.

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Name Meaning

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration.

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least one of callers’ call type should be
chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured , all trunk groups are controlled .

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range.

Original Node It is used to configure caller node .

Called Number It is used to match the called.

Time period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Configuration of controlling DRT and controlling DRF are the
same.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring DRT limit is completed successfully


.

Configuring ART Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.

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� Control ART limit item is in left pane under Policy Property


tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control ART limit policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter into the sec-
tion.
2. Select Control ART limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control ART limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
65.

FIGURE 65 CONFIGURATION OF ART LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control ART limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 54.

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TABLE 54 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING ART


LIMIT

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6.

It is used to configure outgoing trunk


Outgoing Trunk group number, which is necessary during
configuration.

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration.

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt least


Calling User
one of callers’ call type should be chosen.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk number for call from PSTN. If it is not
configured , all trunk groups are controlled .

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range.

Original Node It is used to configure caller node .

Called Number It is used to match the called.

Time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Configuration of controlling ART and controlling ARF are the
same.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring ART limit is completed successfully.

Configuring Trunk Used


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.

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� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-


terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control trunk used item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control trunk used policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter into the sec-
tion.
2. Select Control trunk used on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Control trunk used dialog box opens as shown in Figure
66.

FIGURE 66 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION

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3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk used dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 55.

TABLE 55 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRUNK USED

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure trunk group no which


Trunk Group No.
needs to be controlled

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Control by circuit It is used to control congestion according to


percent percentage in defined time period

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


NUM idle circuit numbers

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN side

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt least


Calling User
one of callers’ call type should be chosen

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

Called Number It is used to match the called

It is default as no. If choosing yes, message


Stop Circuit
of stopping circuit is sent to opposite office

Time period and It is used to configure time period and control


control percentage percentage during control by percent

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring trunk used is completed successfully.

Configuring Trunk In
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.

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� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-


agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Control trunk in item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of in
Control trunk in policy.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 14-OUTGOING TRUNK UNREACHABLE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab to enter into the sec-
tion.
2. Select Control trunk in on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Control trunk in dialog box opens as shown in Figure 67.

FIGURE 67 ADD CONTROL TRUNK IN

3. Configure parameters in the Add Control trunk in dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 56.

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TABLE 56 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRUNK IN

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure trunk group no which


Trunk Group No.
needs to be controlled

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Control by circuit It is used to control congestion according to


percent percentage in defined time period

Control by Circuit It is used to control congestion according to


NUM idle circuit numbers

Time period
It is used to configure time period and control
and control
percentage during control by percent
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring trunk in is completed successfully.

Registering Statistical Task


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Performance Management
interface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register statistical task about
outgoing trunk which is hard to be accessed. Traffic control is
activated only when statistical task is registered.
Steps 1. In Performance Management window, Select Traffic man-
agement > Statistical task > Register from menu bar.
Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 68.

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FIGURE 68 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

2. In the Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect all domain option from domain drop-down list, Service
Quality, TRG Congestion Control option from Stat. type
drop-down list, Day option from Statistic Period, 5 Minutes
option from Output cycle drop-down list, and input words in
description field, then click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 69.

FIGURE 69 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

3. In the Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box, in-


put date in Start Date, End Date and Time Seg filed, then
click the Next button.

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Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box opens as


shown in Figure 70.

FIGURE 70 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

4. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, click


the Define obj group button .
Add obj group dialog box opens as shown in Figure71.

FIGURE 71 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS

5. In the Add obj group dialog box, input words in Obj Group
Name field and Obj group descriptions field, select options
from Outgoing Trunk group drop-down list, which are multi-
choices when ticking muti-domain check box, click the Add
button to newly add a object group, which allows adding ten
groups consecutively, then click the OK button to go back into

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Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, as shown


in Figure 72.

FIGURE 72 STEP 3 OF GOING BACK INTO REGISTERING


TRAFFIC STATISTICS DIALOG BOX

6. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect options from available Object group group box, then
click button , selected object group appears in Select
Object Group group box. Click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 73.

FIGURE 73 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

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7. In the Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box,


input value in Attempt Number Threshold field and An-
swer-to-Attempt Ratio Threshold 1-4 filed, then click the
Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 74.

FIGURE 74 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

8. In the Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box, ,


click the Finish button to end configuration.
END OF STEPS

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Configuring Congestion
Control of Media
Gateway Resources

Table of Contents
Configuring Report Threshold of Gateway QoS ..................... 147
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 148
Registering Congestion Type ............................................ 150
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 152

Configuring Report
Threshold of Gateway
QoS
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management policy
to control congestion when outgoing trunk is hard to be accessed.
Steps 1. In Configuration Management dialog box, SelectPolicy
Control > Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration(Y)
from menu bar.
Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box,
click the Add(A) button .
Add Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box
opens as shown in Figure 75.

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FIGURE 75 CONFIGURING THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS

3. Configure parameters in the Add Gateway QoS Param gate


Configuration dialog box, and detailed parameter meanings
are shown in Table 57.

TABLE 57 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


GATEWAY QOS THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

It is used to monitor configured gateway


Node ID
node number

It includes gateway VOIP resources, gateway


conference resources, VTCA resources,
Resource Type TLN resources, MP CPU resources, PP CPU
resources, IPI network port flow and loss
rate of package in IPI network port

Gate 1 5 Threshold to monitor

Report Time
It is about report time interval
Interval

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring report threshold of gateway QoS is completed suc-


cessfully.

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.

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� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-


agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-
trol Media Gateway resources.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 76.

FIGURE 76 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 58.

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TABLE 58 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING NEW POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, the gateway switches


Voice Encoding
to different voice encoding method when
Mode
congestion happens

After choosing it, selected alternative route is


inserted in anywhere of the old route group,
Traffic Route
which is temporary and not necessary to be
Reselect
in the old group. Old route selection proceeds
if temporary alternative route selection fails

After choosing it, alarm message prompts in


Alarm
alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

4. Select 1-YES option from Voice Encoding Mode from drop-


down list or 1-YES option from Traffic Route Reselect drop-
down list and 1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in
Policy Name field, then click the OK button to finish configu-
ration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.

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Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type


as 16-GATEWAY TONE CONGESTION or 17-GATWWAY CON-
FERENCE CONGESTION or 18-GATEWAY VTCA CONGESTION
or 19-GATEWAY TLN CONGESTION or 20-GATEWAY MP CPU
USING RATIO or 21-GATEWAY PP CPU USING RATIO or
22-GATEWAY IPI FLUX or 23-GATEWAY IPI LOSS.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 77.

FIGURE 77 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box, and detailed parameter
meanings are shown in Table 59.

TABLE 59 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

16-GATEWAY TONE
CONGESTION

17-GATWWAY
CONFERENCE
CONGESTION

18-GATEWAY VTCA After choosing it registered control action


CONGESTION is triggered when gateway exceeds the re-
source threshold which is sent by SS to
19-GATEWAY TLN gateway
CONGESTION

20-GATEWAY MP CPU
USING RATIO

21-GATEWAY PP CPU
USING RATIO

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Name Meaning

22-GATEWAY IPI
FLUX

23-GATEWAY IPI
LOSS

Number of
Six levels are configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 58

3. Select 16-GATEWAY TONE CONGESTION or


17-GATWWAY CONFERENCE CONGESTION or 18-GATE-
WAY VTCA CONGESTION or 19-GATEWAY TLN
CONGESTION or 20-GATEWAY MP CPU USING RATIO or
21-GATEWAY PP CPU USING RATIO or 22-GATEWAY IPI
FLUX or 23-GATEWAY IPI LOSS option from Congestion
Type drop-down list box, and fill in Number of Congestion
and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to finish
configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Voice Encoding Mode
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Voice Encoding Mode item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.

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Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute date of


management policy. Following is the introduction of how to con-
figure attribute data of voice coding method.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select configured type from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Voice Encoding Mode on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Node Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 78.

FIGURE 78 ADDING NODE CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Node Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 60.

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TABLE 60 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NODE


CONGESTION CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure node number of


Node No. Media Gateway resources, which is
necessary

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control
which is necessary and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to


Control by percent percentage configured during calling
period

It is used to control by absolute value in


Control by quantity
calling period

It is used to configure IP address of Media


IP Address
Gateway Resources

Called Number Fill in called destination code

Fill in incoming trunk group no of Media


Incoming Trunk
Gateway Resources

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of caller calling type needs to
be configured.

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
suited numbers segment

Fill in outgoing trunk group number of


Outgoing Trunk
Media Gateway Resources

Fill in attribute template mark of


Property
H248/MGCPin Media Gateway

It is used to match for caller according to


Original IP model
IP address templates

Original node ID Caller source node

Time Period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring voice encoding mode is completed successfully.

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Configuring Traffic Route Reselect


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Route Reselect item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
traffic route reselection.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select configured type from list box, then click on Policy
Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Traffic Route Reselect on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Route Policy dialog box opens as shown in Figure 79.

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FIGURE 79 ADDING ROUTE POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Route Policy dialog box, and


detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 61.

TABLE 61 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC ROUTE SELECTION

Name Meaning

Route No. before Route no for direct route

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Home


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

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Name Meaning

Route 14 after Select route 14 when direct route is block

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of caller calling type needs to
be configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number when configuring originating
Incoming Trunk call from PSTN, which means the only
configuration of the trunk group, otherwise
, all ones are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

It is used to configure matching called


Called Number
number

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

After choosing it ,if temporary route


Continue selection fails, then the old route selection
proceeds

Time Period and It is used to configure time period and


Control Percentage control percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic route reselect is completed successfully.

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Configuring QoS of
Voice Control

Table of Contents
Configuring Report Threshold of QoS.................................. 159
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 160
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 162
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 164

Configuring Report
Threshold of QoS
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configuration threshold to
control voice quality.
Steps 1. In Configuration Management dialog box, Select Policy
Control > Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration(Y)
from menu bar.
Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box,
click the Add(A) button.
Add Gateway QoS Param gate Configuration dialog box
opens as shown in Figure 80.

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FIGURE 80 CONFIGURING THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS


PARAM

3. Configure parameters in the Add Gateway QoS Param gate


Configuration dialog box, and detailed parameter meanings
are shown in Table 62.

TABLE 62 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS PARAMETERS

Name Meaning

It is used to monitor configured gateway


Node ID
node number

Resource types, such as RTP loss rate, RTP


Resource Type
jitter and RTP delay

Gate 1 5 Threshold to monitor

Report Time Interval It is about report time interval

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring report threshold of QoS is completed successfully.

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.

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Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-


trol voice QoS.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, Click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 81.

FIGURE 81 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 63.

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TABLE 63 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, the gateway switches


Voice Encoding
to different voice encoding method when
Mode
congestion happens

After choosing it, selected alternative route is


inserted in anywhere of the old route group,
Traffic Route
which is temporary and not necessary to be
Reselect
in the old group. Old route selection proceeds
if temporary alternative route selection fails

After choosing it, alarm message prompts in


Alarm
alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

4. Select 1-YES option from Voice Encoding Mode drop-down


list or 1-YES option from Traffic Route Reselect drop-down
list and 1-YES from Alarm drop-down list , fill in Policy Name
field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 24-QOS.

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Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 82.

FIGURE 82 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box, and detailed parameter
meanings are shown in Table 64.

TABLE 64 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGIFURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it control action is triggered


when SS judges voice quality of gateway
24-QoS is too weak and exceeds the threshold by
sending command to perform statistics of
voice quality in gateway and getting reports

Threshold 16 Threshold ranging in counterclockwise order

Number of
Six levels are configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 63

3. Select 24-QOS from Congestion Type drop-down list, and fill


in Number of Congestion and Policy Index field, then click
the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

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Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Voice Encoding Mode
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Voice Encoding Mode item is in left pane under Policy Prop-
erty tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute date of
management policy. Following is the introduction of how to con-
figure attribute data of voice coding method.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 24-QOS from list box, then click on Policy Prop-
erty tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Voice Encoding Mode item on the left pane, then click
the Add button.
Add Node Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 83.

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FIGURE 83 ADDING NODE CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Node Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 65.

TABLE 65 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NODE


CONGESTION CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure node number of Media


Node No.
Gateway resources, which is necessary

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control
which is necessary and its maximum is 6

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to percentage


Control by percent
configured during calling period

It is used to control by absolute value in


Control by quantity
calling period

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Name Meaning

It is used to configure IP address of Media


IP Address
Gateway Resources

Called Number Fill in called destination code.

Fill in incoming trunk group number of


Incoming Trunk
Media Gateway Resources

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of caller calling type needs to
be configured.

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
suited numbers segment

Fill in outgoing trunk group no of Media


Outgoing Trunk
Gateway Resources

Fill in attribute template mark of


Property
H248/MGCPin Media Gateway

It is used to match for caller according to IP


Original IP model
address templates

Original node ID Caller source node

Time Period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring voice encoding mode is completed successfully.

Configuring Traffic Route Reselect


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Route Reselect item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
traffic route reselection.

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Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog


box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select congestion type from list box, click on Policy Prop-
erty tab to enter into the section.
2. Select Traffic Route Reselect on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Route Policy dialog box opens as shown in Figure 84.

FIGURE 84 ADDING ROUTE POLICY

3. Configure parameters in Add Route Policy dialog box, and


parameter meanings are shown in Table 66.

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TABLE 66 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ROUTE


POLICY

Name Meaning

Route No. before Route no for direct route

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Home


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from Other SS

Route 14 after Select route 14 when direct route is block

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Note:


At least one of caller calling type needs to
be configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk


group number when configuring originating
Incoming Trunk call from PSTN, which means the only
configuration of the trunk group, otherwise
, all ones are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range

It is used to configure matching called


Called Number
number

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

After choosing it ,if temporary route


Continue selection fails, then the old route selection
proceeds

time period and It is used to configure time period and


control percentage control percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic route reselect is completed successfully.

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Configuring CAPS Value


of Calling Control

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 169
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 171
Registering Statistical Task ............................................... 172
Configuring Control Percentage of Global Service Data.......... 176

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure policy to control
gateway congestion, which is optional.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens, as shown in Fig-
ure 85.

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FIGURE 85 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 67.

TABLE 67 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it , traffic capacity through


specific trunk or IP are limited by percentage or
time, under combined conditions of incoming
Traffic Control
trunk , caller type, caller destination code,
source node number , called number and time
interval

After choosing it, alarm message prompts in


Alarm the alarm panel when congestion reaches the
threshold

Policy Name Optional policy name

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4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list and


1-YES from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name field,
then click the OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
25-CAPS OF LOCAL SS.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 86.

FIGURE 86 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box, and detailed parameter
meanings are shown in Table 68.

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TABLE 68 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, registered control action is


25-CAPS OF
triggered to control global traffic when CAPS
LOCAL SS
exceeds the threshold

Number of
Four levels could be configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index which is a optional configuration

3. Select 25-CAPS OF LOCAL SS from Congestion Type drop-


down list, and fill in Number of Congestion and Policy In-
dex field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related dialog box, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Registering Statistical Task


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Performance Management
interface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure CAPS congestion
control which is activated after registering statistical task.
Steps 1. In Performance Management window, Select Traffic man-
agement > Statistical task > Register from menu bar.
Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 87.

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FIGURE 87 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

2. In the Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect all domain option from domain drop-down list, Inte-
grate, Macro traffic Stat. option from stat. type drop-down
list, Day option from Statistic Period, 5Minutes option from
Output cycle drop-down list, and input words in description
field, then tick Automatic output check box and CAPS Con-
trol check box, click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 88.

FIGURE 88 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

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3. In the Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box, in-


put date in Start Date, End Date and Time Seg filed, then
click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 89.

FIGURE 89 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

4. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, click


the Define obj group button.
Add obj group dialog box opens as shown in Figure 90.

FIGURE 90 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS

5. In the Add obj group dialog box, select options from CALL
TYPE, Media type , Service type drop-down list, input words
in Obj Group Name field and Object group descriptions

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field, then click the OK button to go back into Task registra-


tion wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, as shown in Figure 91.

FIGURE 91 STEP 3 OF GOING BACK INTO REGISTERING


TRAFFIC STATISTICS DIALOG BOX

6. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect options from available Object Group group box, then
click button , selected object group appears in Select
Object Group group box. Click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 92.

FIGURE 92 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

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7. In the Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect entities to be calculated, then click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 93.

FIGURE 93 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

8. In the Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box, click


the Finish button to end steps.
END OF STEPS

Result Registering statistical task is completed successfully.

Configuring Control
Percentage of Global
Service Data
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure percentages to con-
trol global traffic capacity.
Steps 1. In the Data Configure window, Select Global(G) > Sys-
tem(M) > Global Service Data(G) from menu bar.
Global Service Data dialog box opens.

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2. In the Global Service Data dialog box, select Data > Global
Traffic Configuration from menu bar of the directory tree in
the left pane, click the Modify button.
Modify Global Traffic Control dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 94.

FIGURE 94 MODIFY GLOBAL TRAFFIC CONTROL PERCENTAGE

3. In the Modify Global Traffic Control dialog box, set four con-
gestion levels, such as 100, 50, 30, 20, then click the OK but-
ton to finish configuration.

Tip:
Level 1 4: value is generally configured according to actual
requirements.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring control percentage of global service data is completed


successfully.

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Configuring IP Activated
Through MML

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 179
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 181
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 182
Configuring Traffic Control Activation .................................. 185

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure policy to control
traffic for calls in a specific IP address or gateway in IP area by
Man-machine language.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 95.

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FIGURE 95 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 69.

TABLE 69 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID of policy

After choosing it, traffic could be


limited through specific trunk/IP address
according to percentage or calling interval
Traffic Control
, combined with incoming trunk , caller
type , caller destination code, source node
number, called number, and time period

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm
in alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

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4. Select 1-YES option from Traffic Control drop-down list and


1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name
field, then click the OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
26-MML CONTROL IP.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 96.

FIGURE 96 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 70.

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TABLE 70 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, registered control action


26-MML CONTROL IP is triggered for calls in a specific IP address
or gateway in IP area

Number of
Only a level could be configured
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 69

3. Select 26-MML CONTROL IP option from Congestion Type


drop-down list, and fill in Number of Congestion field and
Policy Index field.
4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface, then select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Traffic Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Traffic Control item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
management policy to control traffic.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management

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tab, select 26-MML CONTROL IP from list box, then click on


Policy Property tab.
2. Select Traffic Control item on the left pane, then click the
Node Control button in right section.
Node Control dialog box opens.
3. In the Node control dialog box, click the Add(A) button.
Add Node Control dialog box opens as shown in Figure 97.

FIGURE 97 ADDING NODE CONTROL

4. Configure parameters in the Add Node Control dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 71.

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TABLE 71 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

Node No. Node of media gateway resources

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control according to percentage


Control by percent
during defined time period

It is used to control by occupied numbers


Control by quantity
during defined time period

IP Address IP address of media gateway resources

Called Number Called destination number

It is used to select caller categoryNoteAt


Calling User least on of callers’ call type should be
chosen

Incoming Trunk Incoming trunk no of gateway resources

Outgoing Trunk Outgoing trunk no of gateway resources

It is used to configure caller number or


Calling
matching number range.

Original node ID It is used to configure caller node .

It is used to match callers according to IP


Original IP Model
address templates

Property template mark of H.248/MGCP


Property
used by media gateway

It is used to configure time period and


Time period and
control percentage during control by
control percentage
percent

5. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control is completed successfully.

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Configuring Traffic Control


Activation
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the configuration to activate traffic control for
IP by man-machine language.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 26-MML CONTROL IP from list box, then click on
Active Information tab to enter into the section, then click
the Activate button, select IP Traffic Control Activate from
menu bar.
IP Traffic Control Activate dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 98.

FIGURE 98 ACTIVATING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL

2. Configure parameters in the IP Traffic Control Activate dia-


log box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table
72.

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TABLE 72 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRUNK TRAFFIC CONTROL ACTIVATION

Name Meaning

Select Activate option from Operation


Type drop-down list to activate congestion
control. In activation status, select
Operation Type
Deactivate option from Operation Type
drop-down list to deactivate congestion
control

IP Address
Rang of IP address
IP MASK

Disaster Recovery To be configured under disaster recovery


Flag condition

Tip:
Click the Node Control button to open Node Control dialog
box to set attributes.

3. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring traffic control activation is completed successfully.

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Configuring Trunk
Access Rate

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 187
Registering Congestion Type ............................................ 189
Configuring Special Threshold ........................................... 190
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 192
Registering Statistical Task ............................................... 194

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure policies to con-
trol trunk access rate.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 99.

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FIGURE 99 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 73.

TABLE 73 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, traffic of a certain


ASR Low Dredge destination code is switched to other
routes when ASR in a route is too low

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm
in alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

4. Tick ASR Low Dredge check box and select 1-YES option from
Alarm drop-down list, fill in Policy Name field, then click the
OK button to finish configuration.
END OF STEPS

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Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to register congestion type
as 27-TRUNK CONNECT RATE.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 100.

FIGURE 100 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box. Detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 74.

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TABLE 74 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, trunk access rate is con-


27-TRUNK CONNECT trolled when the success rate of a specific
RATE destination code goes through a certain
trunk is too low

Number of
Three levels are configured at most
Congestion

Policy Index Detailed meaning is shown in Table 73

3. Select 27-TRUNK CONNECT RATE option from Congestion


Type drop-down list, fill in Number of Congestion field and
Policy Index field.
4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related dialog box, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Special
Threshold
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure congestion thresh-
olds of trunk access rate.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 27-TRUNK CONNECT RATE from list box, click on
Threshold tab, then click the Special Threshold button.
Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog box
opens.

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2. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog


box, click the Add(A) button.
Add Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 101.

FIGURE 101 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION


CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control and


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter expla-
nation is shown in Table 75.

TABLE 75 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

It is not necessarily configured . Detailed


Congestion Type
meanings are shown in Table 74

Parameter Value It is used to configure trunk group

It is used to configure trunk group


Threshold 13 reservation numbers ranging in clockwise
order

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special threshold is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring ASR Low Dredge
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� ASR Low Dredge item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute date to
switch other route when ASR in a specific trunk is too low.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 27-TRUNK CONNECT RATE from list box, then
click on Policy Property tab to enter into the section.
2. Select ASR Low Dredge on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add ASR Low Dredge dialog box opens as shown in Figure
102.

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FIGURE 102 ADDING ASR LOW DREDGE

3. Configure parameters in the Add ASR Low Dredge dialog box,


and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 76.

TABLE 76 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ASR LOW


DREDGE

Name Meaning

SDN Code Called destination code

Outgoing Trunk Outgoing trunk number

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion
needing to be activated

The percentage to switch traffic to other


Control percent
routes

After activating ASR congestion control,


Dredge trunk 13 system switches traffic to trunk group 13 by
turns by control percent.

Shield Dredge
After ticking it, dredge information is shielded
Alarm Information

Select Policy Route After ticking it, trunk group 1, 2, 3 are


In Sequence selected for traffic routes in sequence

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

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Result Configuring ASR low dredge is completed successfully.

Registering Statistical Task


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register statistical task to
activate congestion control of trunk access rate.
Steps 1. In Performance Management window, select Traffic man-
agement > Statistical task > Register from menu bar.
Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 103.

FIGURE 103 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 1 OF 5

2. In the Task registration wizard-Step 1 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect all domain option from domain drop-down list, Inte-
grate, TRG and Destination Code option from stat. type
drop-down list, tick Automatic output check box, comple-
tion Control check box , select option from Output cycle
drop-down list, input words in description field, then click the
Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 104.

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FIGURE 104 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 2 OF 5

Tip:
The display of statistical results is due to the combination of
Automatic output and Output cycle field.

3. In the Task registration wizard-Step 2 of 5 dialog box ,


input date in Start Date , End Date and Time Seg field, click
the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 105.

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FIGURE 105 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 3 OF 5

4. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box, click


the Define obj group button.
Add obj group dialog box opens as shown in Figure 106.

FIGURE 106 ADDING OBJECT GROUP

5. In the Add obj group dialog box, input words in Obj Group
Name field and Obj group descriptions field, select options
from Outgoing Trunk group drop-down list, which are multi-
choices when ticking Multi-domain check box, input number
in Number field, click the Add button to newly add a object
group, which allows adding ten groups consecutively, then click
the OK button to go back into Task registration wizard-Step
3 of 5 dialog box.

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Note:
Selected option from Outgoing trunk group drop-down list
box should be the same with value in Parameter Value field
of to activate congestion control.

6. In the Task registration wizard-Step 3 of 5 dialog box ,


select an item from available Object group group box, and
click button, then selected object group appears in Se-
lect object group group box, then click the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 107.

FIGURE 107 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

7. In the Task registration wizard-Step 4 of 5 dialog box, se-


lect items from All available Entity list box, then click
button, selected items appears in Select Entity list box. Click
the Next button.
Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box opens as
shown in Figure 108.

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FIGURE 108 STRP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS

8. In the Task registration wizard-Step 5 of 5 dialog box, click


the Finish button to end steps.
END OF STEPS

Result Registering statistical task is completed successfully.

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Chapter 17

Configuring QoS
Activated Through
Destination Code

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 199
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 201
Configuring Management Policy ......................................... 203

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure management policy
to control destination code by man-machine language.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 109.

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FIGURE 109 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 77.

TABLE 77 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meanings

Policy Index ID number of policy

After choosing it, traffic capacity of


specific destination code could be limited
Called Number by percentage of time, combined with
Control conditions of incoming trunk , caller type ,
caller destination code, source/destination
IP address and time

After choosing it, specific destination code


Circuit route limit chooses alternative route for calling when
direct route blocks

After choosing it, Special Tone Notice is


sent to operators and /or users to delay
Special tone notice
calling, according to called number and
incoming trunk group number

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Name Meanings

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm
in alarm panel when reaching the threshold

It is used to configure the name of


Policy Name management policy, which is optionally
configured

4. Select 1-YES option from Called Number Control drop-down


list or tick Circuit route limit check box, or Special tone
notice check box, and select 1-YES option from Alarm drop-
down list, fill in Policy Name field, then click the OK button
to finish configuration.

Tip:
Only alarm policy could be configured with other policies at
the same time. It is not recommended to configure any other
policies at the same time.

END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to register congestion type as
28-QOS CAUSED BY TERMINAL CODE.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 110.

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FIGURE 110 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter mean-
ings are shown in Table 78.

TABLE 78 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, it is configured to


28-QOS CAUSED BY enable destination code congestion by
TERMINAL CODE man-machine language, and adopt related
policy

Number of Congestion Only one level could be configured

It is optionally configured, and detailed


Policy Index
meanings are shown in Table 77

3. Select 28-QOS CAUSED BY TERMINAL CODE option from


Congestion Type drop-down list, and fill in Number of Con-
gestion and Policy Index field, then click the OK button to
finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index to open related interface, and select index
number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

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Configuring Management
Policy
Configuring Called Number Control
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Called Number Control item is in left pane under Policy
Property tab.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure attribute data in
policy to control called number.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 28-QOS CAUSED BY TERMINAL CODE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Called Number Control on the left pane, then click the
Add button.
Add Called Number Control dialog box opens as shown in
Figure 111.

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FIGURE 111 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Called Number Control di-


alog box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table
79.

TABLE 79 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CALLED NUMBER CONTROL

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination code,


Called Number
which is necessary during configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated, which is necessary
during configuration

It is used to control by percentage during


Control by percent
calling period

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Name Meaning

Control by It is used to control by called numbers


quantity configured in defined time period

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from OTHER


call from Other SS
SS

It is used to select caller category.

Calling User Type Note:


one of caller calling type should be configured.

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk
no through which call from PSTN is. If it is not
Flag(Group)
configured , all trunk groups are controlled

Calling It is used to configure caller number or suited


Destination numbers range

It is used to match caller according to IP


Original IP model
address template

After choosing it, only international incoming


calls with matching destination code are
International
controlled .If the following four kinds are not
Incoming Calls
selected, all calls with matching destination
code are controlled

After choosing it, only international outgoing


International
calls with matching destination code are
Outgoing Calls
controlled

After choosing it, only international outgoing


International
calls with matching destination code are
Exchanging Calls
controlled

After choosing it, calls exclude international


Other Calls incoming /outgoing /exchanging calls with
matching destination code are controlled

Time period
It is used to control congestion by percentage
and controlling
and time period
percentages

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring called number control is completed successfully.

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Configuring Circuit Route Limit


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
� Circuit route limit item is in left pane under Policy Property
tab.
Context This chapter describes the procedure to configure attribute data of
circuit route limit.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Management
tab, select 28-QOS CAUSED BY TERMINAL CODE from list
box, then click on Policy Property tab.
2. Select Circuit route limit on the left pane, then click the Add
button.
Add Circuit route limit dialog box opens as shown in Figure
112.

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FIGURE 112 CONFIGURING CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT

3. Configure parameters in the Add Circuity route limit dialog


box, and detailed parameter meanings are shown in Table 80.

TABLE 80 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT

Name Meaning

It is used to configure traffic control index,


Traffic Control which is necessary during configuration and
its maximum is 6

It is used to configure called destination


Called Number
code, which is necessary during configuration

It is used to configure congestion level


Congestion needing to be activated which is necessary
during configuration

Call from Local


call from local SS
Office

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Name Meaning

Call from PSTN call from PSTN.

Call from Other SS call from other SS

It is used to select caller category. Note one


Caller User type
of caller calling types should be configured

It is used to configure incoming trunk group


Incoming Trunk
no through which call from PSTN is .If it is
Flag(Group )
not configured, all trunk group are controlled

It is used to configure caller number or suited


Calling Destination
numbers segment

Switch to alternative route 1,2,3,4 by turns


Circuit route 14
if call fails

Time period
It is used to configure time period and
and controlling
controlling percentage
percentage

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring circuit route limit is completed successfully.

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Chapter 18

Configuring CPU’s
Selective Congestion
Control

Table of Contents
Configuring New Policy ..................................................... 209
Registering Congestion Type ............................................. 211
Configuring Special Thresholds .......................................... 212

Configuring New Policy


Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure new policy to se-
lective control CPU’s congestion of the local SS.
Steps 1. Click the Policy Configuration button in the Congestion
Control And Policy Management dialog box.
Policy Configuration dialog box opens.
2. In the Policy Configuration dialog box, click the Add(A) but-
ton.
Add Policy Configuration dialog box opens as shown in Fig-
ure 113.

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FIGURE 113 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY

3. Configure parameters in the Add Policy Configuration dialog


box, and parameter meanings are shown in Table 81.

TABLE 81 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW


POLICY

Name Meaning

Policy Index ID of policy

After choosing it, alarm message prompts


Alarm in the alarm panel when congestion
reaches thresholds

Policy Name Optional policy name

4. Select 1-YES option from Alarm drop-down list box, fill in Pol-
icy Name field, then click the OK button to finish configura-
tion.
END OF STEPS

Result Configuring new policy is completed successfully.

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Registering Congestion
Type
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure congestion type as
32-CPU SELECT CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS.
Steps 1. Click the Add(A) button in the Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management dialog box.
Add Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 114.

FIGURE 114 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE

2. Configure Parameters in the Add Congestion Control And


Policy Management dialog box, and detailed parameter
meanings are shown in Table 82.

TABLE 82 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE

Name Meaning

After choosing it, perform statistics of CPU’s


occupancy rate and report it every fixed
CPU Select time. When CPU’s occupancy rate of local SS
Congestion Of exceeds the threshold, congestion control in
Local SS related level is triggered to reduce it. The
control lies special in that it has no effect on
priority callers or emergency calls

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Name Meaning

Number of
Four levels are configured at most
Congestion

Detailed meanings of (Optional Configuration)


Policy Index
are referenced in Table 81

3. Select 32-CPU SELECT CONGESTION OF LOCAL SS option


from Congestion Type drop-down list, fill in Number of Con-
gestion field and Policy Index field.
4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.

Tip:
Click Policy Index field to open related interface, and select
index number.

END OF STEPS

Result Registering congestion type is completed successfully.

Configuring Special
Thresholds
Prerequisites � NetNumenN31 Unified Management System has been
connected with database.
� Operators have been logged in Configure Management in-
terface of NetNumenN31 Unified Management System.
� Select Policy Control > Congestion Control/Policy Man-
agement from menu bar, then Congestion Control And Pol-
icy Management window opens.
Context This topic describes the procedure to configure thresholds to con-
trol CPU’s congestion selectively.
Steps 1. In the Congestion Control and Policy Management dia-
log box, click on Congestion Control And Policy Manage-
ment tab, select 32-CPU SELECT CONGESTION OF LOCAL
SS from list box, click on Threshold tab, then click the Spe-
cial Threshold button.
Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog box
opens.
2. In the Congestion Control And Policy Management dialog
box, click the Add(A) button.
Add Congestion Control and Policy Management dialog
box opens as shown in Figure 115.

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FIGURE 115 CONFIGURATION OF THRESHOLDS ABOUT


CONGESTION CONTROL

3. Configure parameters in the Add Congestion Control and


Policy Management dialog box. Detailed parameter expla-
nation is shown in Table 83.

TABLE 83 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SPECIAL THRESHOLDS

Name Meaning

Congestion Type It is not necessary to be configured, and its


detailed meaning is shown in Table 82

Parameter Value Fill in SPC Nnumber . When there are multi


SPC board, they should all be configured

Threshold 14 Configure CPU’s thresholds ranging in


counterclockwise order

CPU Selection Traffic After ticking it, the function of traffic


Control control is activated

Threshold Output It is the output cycle of statistics about


CPU’s occupancy rate . When CPU’s
occupancy rate reaches different thresholds
, related control is activated

4. Click the OK button to finish configuration.


END OF STEPS

Result Configuring special thresholds is completed successfully.

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Figures

Figure 1 OPERATIONAL NETWOEK ENVIRONMENT OF


ZXSS10 SS1B .................................................... 8
Figure 2 INTERFACE OF LOGGING IN NETNUMEN N31 CLIENT .. 9
Figure 3 ENTERING INTO CONFIGURE MANAGEMENT
INTERFACE THROUGH NETWORK MANAGEMENT ....10
Figure 4 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT INTERFACE OF
ZXSS10 SS1B ...................................................11
Figure 5 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT INTERFACE OF
ZXSS10 SS1B ...................................................12
Figure 6 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY ...................................16
Figure 7 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE ..........................17
Figure 8 CONFIGURING TARFFIC CONTROL ...........................19
Figure 9 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY ...................................22
Figure 10 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................23
Figure 11 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION
CONTROL .........................................................25
Figure 12 MODIFY GLOBAL TRAFFIC CONTROL ......................27
Figure 13 CONTROL POLICY OF TRUNK GROUP PRIORITY........28
Figure 14 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY..................................30
Figure 15 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................32
Figure 16 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION
CONTROL .........................................................34
Figure 17 CONFIGURING TRAFFIC CONTROL .........................36
Figure 18 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING DRT LIMIT ................39
Figure 19 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING ALTERNATIVE ROUTE
LIMIT...............................................................41
Figure 20 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION ............44
Figure 21 CONFIGURATION OF ROUTE SKIP ..........................46
Figure 22 CONFIGURATION OF INCOMING TRUNK..................48
Figure 23 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY..................................52
Figure 24 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................54
Figure 25 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER TRAFFIC
CONTROL .........................................................56
Figure 26 ADDING CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT .............................58

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Figure 27 CONFIGURATION OF SPECIAL TONE NOTICE ...........60


Figure 28 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ............................62
Figure 29 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ............................62
Figure 30 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ............................63
Figure 31 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS.....................................63
Figure 32 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ............................64
Figure 33 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ............................65
Figure 34 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY..................................68
Figure 35 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................69
Figure 36 ACTIVATING CONGESTION CONTROL OF CPU
TRAFFIC ...........................................................71
Figure 37 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING NEW POLICY .............74
Figure 38 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................76
Figure 39 CONFIGURATION OF INCOMING TRUNK .................78
Figure 40 CONFIGURATION OF TRAFFIC CONTROL .................80
Figure 41 ADDING NEW ROUTE POLICY ................................82
Figure 42 CONFIGURATION OF DRT LIMIT ............................84
Figure 43 CONFIGURATION OF ART LIMIT POLICY ..................86
Figure 44 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION ............89
Figure 45 CONFIGURATION OF ROUTE SKIP ..........................91
Figure 46 ACTIVATING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL ..........93
Figure 47 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY..................................96
Figure 48 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE.........................98
Figure 49 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER TRAFFIC
CONTROL ....................................................... 100
Figure 50 CONFIGURING ALTERNATIVE PERMISSION............ 102
Figure 51 CONFIGURATION OF SPECIAL TONE NOTICE ......... 104
Figure 52 ACTIVATING TRUNK TRAFFIC CONGESTION
CONTROL ....................................................... 106
Figure 53 CONFIGURATION OF ADDING NEW POLICY .......... 110
Figure 54 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 112
Figure 55 Add Office ID Policy ........................................... 114
Figure 56 ADDING ROUTE POLICY ..................................... 116
Figure 57 CONFIGURATION OF NEW POLICY ....................... 120
Figure 58 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 121
Figure 59 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION
CONTROL ....................................................... 123
Figure 60 ADDING TRAFFIC CONTROL ................................ 125
Figure 61 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY................................ 128
Figure 62 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 130

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Figures

Figure 63 ADDING TRAFFIC CONTROL ................................ 132


Figure 64 CONFGURATION OF DRT LIMIT ............................ 134
Figure 65 CONFIGURATION OF ART LIMIT ........................... 136
Figure 66 CONFIGURATION OF CIRCUIT SUSPENSION .......... 138
Figure 67 Add Control trunk in .......................................... 140
Figure 68 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 142
Figure 69 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 142
Figure 70 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 143
Figure 71 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS................................... 143
Figure 72 STEP 3 OF GOING BACK INTO REGISTERING
TRAFFIC STATISTICS DIALOG BOX..................... 144
Figure 73 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 144
Figure 74 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 145
Figure 75 CONFIGURING THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS ...... 148
Figure 76 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY................................ 149
Figure 77 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 151
Figure 78 ADDING NODE CONTROL.................................... 153
Figure 79 ADDING ROUTE POLICY ..................................... 156
Figure 80 CONFIGURING THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS
PARAM ........................................................... 160
Figure 81 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY ............................... 161
Figure 82 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 163
Figure 83 ADDING NODE CONTROL.................................... 165
Figure 84 ADDING ROUTE POLICY ..................................... 167
Figure 85 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY................................ 170
Figure 86 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 171
Figure 87 STEP 1 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 173
Figure 88 STEP 2 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 173
Figure 89 STEP 3 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 174
Figure 90 ADDING OBJECT GROUPS................................... 174
Figure 91 STEP 3 OF GOING BACK INTO REGISTERING
TRAFFIC STATISTICS DIALOG BOX..................... 175
Figure 92 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 175
Figure 93 STEP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS .......................... 176
Figure 94 MODIFY GLOBAL TRAFFIC CONTROL PERCENTAGE .. 177
Figure 95 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY................................ 180
Figure 96 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE....................... 181
Figure 97 ADDING NODE CONTROL.................................... 183
Figure 98 ACTIVATING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL ........ 185
Figure 99 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY................................ 188

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Figure 100 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE ..................... 189


Figure 101 CONFIGURING THRESHOLDS OF CONGESTION
CONTROL ....................................................... 191
Figure 102 ADDING ASR LOW DREDGE............................... 193
Figure 103 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 1 OF 5 ........ 194
Figure 104 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 2 OF 5 ........ 195
Figure 105 TASK REGISTRATION WIZARD-STEP 3 OF 5 ........ 196
Figure 106 ADDING OBJECT GROUP ................................... 196
Figure 107 STEP 4 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ........................ 197
Figure 108 STRP 5 OF TRAFFIC STATISTICS ........................ 198
Figure 109 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY ............................. 200
Figure 110 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE ..................... 202
Figure 111 CONFIGURING CALLED NUMBER CONTROL.......... 204
Figure 112 CONFIGURING CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT ................ 207
Figure 113 CONFIGURING NEW POLICY .............................. 210
Figure 114 CONFIGURING CONGESTION TYPE ..................... 211
Figure 115 CONFIGURATION OF THRESHOLDS ABOUT
CONGESTION CONTROL .................................. 213

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Tables

Table 1 Chapter Summary .................................................... i


Table 2 FUNCTION EXPLANATION OF RELATED NETWORK
ELEMENT/EQUIPMENT IN ZXSS10 SS1B................. 8
Table 3 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY ...............16
Table 4 Parameter Explanation Of Congestion Type.................18
Table 5 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL.............................................19
Table 6 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLCIY ...............22
Table 7 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE ......24
Table 8 PARAMETE EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING SPECIAL
THRESHOLDS ...................................................26
Table 9 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY.............................................................30
Table 10 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPES .........................................33
Table 11 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS .....................................34
Table 12 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL.............................................37
Table 13 PARAMETERS EXPLAMATION OF CONFIGURING DRT
LIMIT...............................................................39
Table 14 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CALLED DESTINATION CODE...............................42
Table 15 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT SUSPENSION .......................................44
Table 16 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT SUSPENSION .......................................46
Table 17 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT SUSPENSION ......................................49
Table 18 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY.............................................................52
Table 19 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE ............................................54

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Table 20 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CALLED DESTION CODE .....................................56
Table 21 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE .........................................59
Table 22 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
SPECIAL TONE NOTICE.......................................61
Table 23 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY.............................................................68
Table 24 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE ............................................70
Table 25 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING CPU’S
CONGESTION CONTROL ACTIVATION ...................71
Table 26 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY.............................................................74
Table 27 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE ............................................77
Table 28 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
INCOMING TRUNK CONGESTION CONTROL ...........79
Table 29 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL.............................................80
Table 30 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
ROUTE POLICY ..................................................83
Table 31 PARAMETERS EXPLAMATION OF CONFIGURING DRT
LIMIT ..............................................................84
Table 32 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING ART
LIMIT POLICY....................................................87
Table 33 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT SUSPENSION ......................................89
Table 34 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT SUSPENSION ......................................91
Table 35 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRUNK TRAFFIC CONTROL ACTIVATION................93
Table 36 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY.............................................................96
Table 37 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE ............................................98
Table 38 PARAMTER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CALLED DESTINATION CODE............................. 100
Table 39 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE ....................................... 103

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Table 40 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


SPECIAL TONE NOTICE..................................... 105
Table 41 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ACTIVATING TRUNK
TRAFFIC CONGESTION CONTROL....................... 107
Table 42 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 110
Table 43 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE .. 112
Table 44 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
OFFICE DIRECTION CONTROL .......................... 114
Table 45 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ROUTE
POLICY........................................................... 116
Table 46 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 120
Table 47 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 122
Table 48 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS ................................... 123
Table 49 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL........................................... 126
Table 50 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 128
Table 51 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPES ....................................... 130
Table 52 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL........................................... 132
Table 53 Parameters Explamation Of Configuring DRT Limit ... 134
Table 54 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING ART
LIMIT............................................................. 137
Table 55 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRUNK USED .................................................. 139
Table 56 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRUNK IN ....................................................... 141
Table 57 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
GATEWAY QOS THRESHOLDS ............................ 148
Table 58 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 150
Table 59 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 151
Table 60 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NODE
CONGESTION CONTROL ................................... 154

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Table 61 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


TRAFFIC ROUTE SELECTION.............................. 156
Table 62 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
THRESHOLD OF GATEWAY QOS PARAMETERS...... 160
Table 63 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY............ 162
Table 64 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGIFURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 163
Table 65 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NODE
CONGESTION CONTROL ................................... 165
Table 66 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ROUTE
POLICY........................................................... 168
Table 67 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 170
Table 68 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONGESTION TYPE .. 172
Table 69 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 180
Table 70 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 182
Table 71 PARAMETERS EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRAFFIC CONTROL........................................... 184
Table 72 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
TRUNK TRAFFIC CONTROL ACTIVATION.............. 186
Table 73 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF NEW POLICY............ 188
Table 74 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 190
Table 75 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
SEPECIAL THRESHOLDS ................................... 191
Table 76 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF ADDING ASR LOW
DREDGE ......................................................... 193
Table 77 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 200
Table 78 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 202
Table 79 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CALLED NUMBER CONTROL............................... 204
Table 80 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
CIRCUIT ROUTE LIMIT...................................... 207
Table 81 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING NEW
POLICY........................................................... 210

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Table 82 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING


CONGESTION TYPE .......................................... 211
Table 83 PARAMETER EXPLANATION OF CONFIGURING
SPECIAL THRESHOLDS .................................... 213

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List of Glossary

AG
- Access Gateway
-

CAPS
- Call Attempt Per Second
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CPU
- Central Process Unit
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H.248
- ITU-T Rec. H.248 Gateway Control Protocol
- ITU-T H.248
IP
- Internet Protocol
- Ineternet

MGCP
- Media Gateway Control Protocol
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PSTN
- Public Switch Telephone Network
-

REL
- Release
-

RTP
- Real-time Transport Protocol
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SDP
- Session Description Protocol
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SG
- Signal Gateway
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SS
- SoftSwitch
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TG
- Trunk Gateway
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VOIP
- Voice Over IP
- IP

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