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2018-11-13
All Mediatrix Units
v. 43.2.1343
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1 Default Ports Used by DGW

Connection Type Default Port Number Transport Protocol
Debug Signaling Log Host 6000 UDP
DHCP 68 UDP
FTP 21 TCP
HTTP 80 TCP
HTTPS 443 TCP
Persistent TLS Base Port 6,000 TCP
Radius default port for accounting 1813 TCP
Radius default port for authentication 1812 TCP
RTCP 5005 UDP
RTP 5004 UDP
Secure SIP 5061 TCP
SIP 5060 UDP
SNMP Listening 161 UDP
SNMP Trap 162 UDP
SNTP 123 UDP
SRTCP 5005 UDP
SRTP 5004 UDP
SSH 22 TCP
Syslog 514 UDP
T.38 6004 UDP
Telnet 23 TCP
TFTP 69 UDP
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2 Calculating the RTP Port Range for Voice

The RTP and SRTP base ports are configurable via the IpTransportRtpBasePort and IpTransportSrtpBasePort parameters. The base port is usually set to an even number, to follow the convention of having even ports for RTP/SRTP and odd ports for RTCP/SRTCP.

Both RTP and SRTP have a default base port of 5004. Using the same base port for RTP and SRTP does not cause port range conflicts. For example, when the DefaultSecurityRtpMode or EpSpecificSecurityRtpMode parameters are set to "Secure with fallback", the audio streams in the outgoing offers would have a UDP port number of 5004 and 5006 for RTP and SRTP respectively.

The range of ports allocated for RTP and SRTP is from (base port) to (base port) + (number of "usable endpoints" * 4).

The number of "usable endpoints" is the number of physical ports + (number of DSPs * Number of conferences supported per DSP.). The number of conferences supported per DSP is 2.

Example: A unit has 2 T1 ports (23 channels each) and 8 FXS ports, and 4 DSPs able to handle 2 conferences each. The number of "usable endpoints" is (23 * 2) + 8 + (4 * 2) = 62. The number of ports allocated is 62 * 4 = 248. Therefore, if the RTP base port is configured with 65300, the range of reserved ports is from 65300 to 65548.

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2.1 Mediatrix Sentinel Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
Sentinel 1 PRI E1 30 2 136 5004 to 5139
Sentinel 1 PRI T1 23 2 108 5004 to 5111
Sentinel 1 PRI E1 CAS 30 2 136 5004 to 5139
Sentinel 1 PRI T1 CAS 24 2 112 5004 to 5115
Sentinel 1 Dual-DSP board + 4 FXO 4 2 32 5004 to 5035
Sentinel 1 PRI E1 + 4 FXS 34 2 152 5004 to 5155
Sentinel 2 PRI T1 ISDN + 4 FXS + 4 FXO 54 4 248 5004 to 5251
Sentinel 1 PRI E1 (R2) + 1 PRI E1 (ISDN) + 8 FXS 68 4 304 5004 to 5307

Note

For a fractional T1 or E1, the same number of ports is reserved as for a full T1 or E1.

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2.2 Mediatrix C7 Series Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
C710
  • 4 FXS
4 1 24 5004 to 5027
C711
  • 8 FXS
8 1 40 5004 to 5043
C730
  • 4 FXO
4 1 24 5004 to 5027
C731
  • 4 FXS
  • 4 FXO
8 1 40 5004 to 5043
C733
  • 8 FXO
8 1 40 5004 to 5043
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2.3 Mediatrix 4400 Series Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
4401
  • 1 BRI
2 1 16 5004 to 5019
4402
  • 2 BRI
4 1 24 5004 to 5027
4404
  • 4 BRI
8 1 40 5004 to 5043
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2.4 Mediatrix LP Series Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
LP16
  • 16 FXS
16 2 80 5004 to 5083
LP24
  • 24 FXS
24 3 120 5004 to 5123
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2.5 Mediatrix 4100 Series Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
4102S
  • 2 FXS
2 1 16 5004 to 5019
4104
  • 4 FXS
4 1 24 5004 to 5027
4108
  • 8 FXS
8 1 40 5004 to 5043
4116
  • 16 FXS
16 2 80 5004 to 5083
4124
  • 24 FXS
24 3 120 5004 to 5123
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2.6 Mediatrix 3000 series Voice Port Range for Voice

Platform Interfaces # of Voice Channels # of DSPs # of IP ports Port Range (inclusively)
3208
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
8 2 40 5004 to 5043
3216
  • 4 FXS
  • 12 FXO
16 4 96 5004 to 5099
3308
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
8 2 48 5004 to 5051
3316
  • 14 FXS
  • 2 FXO
16 4 96 5004 to 5099
3404
  • 5 BRI
10 1 48 5004 to 5051
3408
  • 10 BRI
20 2 96 5004 to 5099
3531
  • 1 PRI E1
30 4 152 5004 to 5155
3531
  • 1 PRI T1
23 4 124 5004 to 5127
3532
  • 2 PRI E1
60 8 304 5004 to 5307
3532
  • 2 PRI T1
46 8 248 5004 to 5251
3631
  • 1 PRI E1
30 4 152 5004 to 5155
3631
  • 1 PRI T1
23 4 124 5004 to 5127
3632
  • 2 PRI E1
60 8 304 5004 to 5307
3632
  • 2 PRI T1
46 8 248 5004 to 5251
3716
  • 9 FXS
  • 7 FXO
16 2 80 5004 to 5083
3731
  • 1 PRI ISDN E1
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
38 5 192 5004 to 5195
3732
  • 1 PRI E1
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
38 5 192 5004 to 5195
3732
  • 1 PRI T1
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
31 5 164 5004 to 5167
3734
  • 1 PRI E1
  • 5 BRI
40 5 200 5004 to 5203
3734
  • 1 PRI T1
  • 5 BRI
33 5 172 5004 to 5175
3741
  • 5 BRI
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
18 2 88 5004 to 5091
3742
  • 5 BRI
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
18 2 88 5004 to 5091
3801
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
8 2 48 5004 to 5051
3802
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
8 2 40 5004 to 5043
3803
  • 5 BRI
10 1 48 5004 to 5051
3804
  • 1 PRI E1
30 4 152 5004 to 5155
3804
  • 1 PRI T1
23 4 124 5004 to 5127

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For a fractional T1 or E1, the same number of ports is reserved as for a full T1 or E1.

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3 Calculating T.38 Port Range for Fax

By default the T.38 base port used for fax is 6004 i.e IpTransportT38BasePort = 6004

To calculate the allocated T.38 port range:

  • T.38 range min = IpTransportT38BasePort (default value = 6004)
  • T.38 range max = IpTransportT38BasePort + [Number of channels] - 1
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3.1 Mediatrix Sentinel Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI E1
30 6004 to 6033
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI T1
23 6004 to 6026
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI E1 CAS
30 6004 to 6033
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI T1 CAS
24 6004 to 6027
Sentinel
  • 1 BRI
2 6004 to 6005
Sentinel
  • 1 FXS
1 6004
Sentinel
  • 1 FXO
1 6004
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI Fractional E1
15 6004 to 6018
Sentinel
  • 1 PRI Fractional T1
15 6004 to 6018
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3.2 Mediatrix C7 Series Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
C710
  • 4 FXS
4 6004 to 6007
C711
  • 8 FXS
8 6004 to 6011
C730
  • 4 FXO
4 6004 to 6007
C731
  • 4 FXS + 4 FXO
8 6004 to 6011
C733
  • 8 FXO
8 6004 to 6011
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3.3 Mediatrix 4400 Series Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
4401
  • 1 BRI
2 6004 to 6005
4402
  • 2 BRI
4 6004 to 6007
4404
  • 4 BRI
8 6004 to 60011
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3.4 Mediatrix LP Series Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
LP16
  • 16 FXS
16 6004 to 6019
LP24
  • 24 FXS
24 6004 to 6027
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3.5 Mediatrix 4100 Series Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
4102S
  • 2 FXS
2 6004 to 6005
4104
  • 4 FXS
4 6004 to 6007
4108
  • 8 FXS
8 6004 to 60011
4116
  • 16 FXS
16 6004 to 6019
4124
  • 24 FXS
24 6004 to 6027
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3.6 Mediatrix 3000 Series Port Range for Fax

Platform Interfaces # of Channels Port Range (inclusively)
3208
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
8 6004 to 6011
3216
  • 4 FXS
  • 12 FXO
16 6004 to 6019
3308
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
8 6004 to 6011
3316
  • 14 FXS
  • 2 FXO
16 6004 to 6019
3404
  • 5 BRI
10 6004 to 6013
3408
  • 10 BRI
20 6004 to 6023
3531
  • 1 PRI E1
30 6004 to 6033
  • 1 PRI T1
23 6004 to 6026
3532
  • 2 PRI E1
60 6004 to 6063
  • 2 PRI T1
46 6004 to 6049
3621
  • 1 Fractional E1
15 6004 to 6018
3622
  • 2 Fractional E1
30 6004 to 6033
3631
  • 1 PRI E1
30 6004 to 6033
  • 1 PRI T1
23 6004 to 6026
3632
  • 2 PRI E1
60 6004 to 6063
  • 2 PRI T1
46 6004 to 6049
3716
  • 9 FXS
  • 7 FXO
16 6004 to 6019
3731
  • 1 PRI ISDN E1
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
38 6004 to 6041
3732
  • 1 PRI E1
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
38 6004 to 6041
  • 1 PRI T1
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
31 6004 to 6034
3734
  • 1 PRI E1
  • 5 BRI
40 6004 to 6043
  • 1 PRI T1
  • 5 BRI
33 6004 to 6036
3741
  • 5 BRI
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO
18 6004 to 6021
3742
  • 5 BRI
  • 6 FXS
  • 2 FXO
18 6004 to 6021
3801
  • 7 FXS
  • 1 FXO (RJ-11)
8 6004 to 6011
3802
  • 2 FXS
  • 6 FXO
8 6004 to 6011
3803
  • 5BRI
10 6004 to 6013
3804
  • 1 PRI E1
30 6004 to 6033
  • 1 PRI T1
23 6004 to 6026
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4 Documentation

Mediatrix units are supplied with an exhaustive set of documentation.

Mediatrix user documentation is available on the Documentation Portal .

Several types of documents were created to clearly present the information you are looking for. Our documentation includes:

  • Release notes: Generated at each GA release, this document includes the known and solved issues of the software. It also outlines the changes and the new features the release includes.
  • Configuration notes: These documents are created to facilitate the configuration of a specific use case. They address a configuration aspect we consider that most users will need to perform. However, in some cases, a configuration note is created after receiving a question from a customer. They provide standard step-by-step procedures detailing the values of the parameters to use. They provide a means of validation and present some conceptual information. The configuration notes are specifically created to guide the user through an aspect of the configuration.
  • Technical bulletins: These documents are created to facilitate the configuration of a specific technical action, such as performing a firmware upgrade.
  • Hardware installation guide: They provide the detailed procedure on how to safely and adequately install the unit. It provides information on card installation, cable connections, and how to access for the first time the Management interface.
  • User guide: The user guide explains how to customise to your needs the configuration of the unit. Although this document is task oriented, it provides conceptual information to help the user understand the purpose and impact of each task. The User Guide will provide information such as where and how TR-069 can be configured in the Management Interface, how to set firewalls, or how to use the CLI to configure parameters that are not available in the Management Interface.
  • Reference guide: This exhaustive document has been created for advanced users. It includes a description of all the parameters used by all the services of the Mediatrix units. You will find, for example, scripts to configure a specific parameter, notification messages sent by a service, or an action description used to create Rulesets. This document includes reference information such as a dictionary, and it does not include any step-by-step procedures.

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5 Copyright Notice

Copyright © 2018 Media5 Corporation.

This document contains information that is proprietary to Media5 Corporation.

Media5 Corporation reserves all rights to this document as well as to the Intellectual Property of the document and the technology and know-how that it includes and represents.

This publication cannot be reproduced, neither in whole nor in part, in any form whatsoever, without written prior approval by Media5 Corporation.

Media5 Corporation reserves the right to revise this publication and make changes at any time and without the obligation to notify any person and/or entity of such revisions and/or changes.

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