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|Trinity SmartNode and Swyx TPP Certified|
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Patton Trinity SmartNodes have been successfully tested and hereby reaches the certification level certified within the Swyx Technology Partner Programme (TPP). This KB article describes all mandatory configuration steps that need to be performed to assure a flawless operation between your Patton Trinity SmartNode and a SwyxWare2015.
1. Certification test:
The tests were executed between both a Patton Trinity SmartNode 4130 (BRI) and Trinity SmartNode 4170 (PRI) and two SwyxWare installations in Master-Standby operation.
The following combinations were tested:
1.1 Executed tests
Inbound and outbound calls with the above endpoints from and to PSTN / GSM
All test cases were completed successfully.
If a call through CTI+ is not accepted by the called party, a timeout occurs in both the Patton GW and the SwyxWare. This leads to the situation that the auxiliary call is not terminated automatically, but has to be terminated manually by the user on the controlled device.
The following steps are necessary for a start-up:
2.1. Preparation of SwyxWare
Afterwards, open the properties of the newly created SIP Gateway Trunk.
2.2. Preparation of Patton Trinity SmartNode
Update the firmware of the Patton Trinity SmartNode to the tested version Firmware Trinity 3.9.3 (June 2016) before adjusting the configuration. The appropriate firmware can be found here. You need an account and password from Patton to download the firmware.
Connect the Trinity SmartNode through the network interface ETH 0/0, which defaults as a DHCP client, with your LAN. Please check the lease table of your DHCP server to detect the assigned IP address. You may also use our SmartNode Discovery Tool to find this device on your network as well. Note: Please read the release notes on how to use this tool)
Log in through the web interface of the Trinity SmartNode:
Left in the menu (three horizontal lines) select "System -> Firmware upgrade" Use the field "Browse" to select and upgrade the firmware.
2.3. Configuration and Installation of the INI Files
At the end of this article, you can download a zip-file with several configuration templates. Download the one that fits to your PSTN-Connection.
2.3.1 Configuration of the INI file
Open the chosen configuration template with a text editor, find the following terms and replace them with the appropriate settings.
Note: A term may occur several times in the configuration template and must be replaced accordingly.
Save the changes after adjusting the configuration file.
2.3.2 Installation of the INI file
After the reboot, logon with the Trinity SmartNode once again and upload the adopted configuration file. In the left menu (three horizontal lines), select "System -> Configuration files". On the left side of the dialog, first select "startup-config", then select the item "Upload". In the following dialog, click "Browse" to upload the configuration file. Afterwards, close all open configuration dialogs. On the left menu (three horizontal lines), select "Reboot".
The Trinity SmartNode will restart with the new configuration file and will register on the SwyxWare.
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