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Creating Profiles


This article applies to: Product Version
SBC 3.0, 3.1

Profiles are created to define the manner in which many aspects of signalling are handled by the system. Profiles can be used to fine-tune the handling of VoIP, TDM, IVR and Tones, and more. To create a profile you must use the Tmedia Web Portal.

To create a profile:

1- Click Profiles in the navigation panel


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System profiles contain settings for a large number of call processing options. To learn more about these profile settings, consult the following profile categories:


Tone definition profiles list the frequencies for each tone that is used in a telephone network. This tone definition can change from country to country, such as the ring tone and busy tone. To learn more about how to configure customized tone definitions, see:


2- Click Create New Profile, to create a new profile


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3- Enter a name for the profile

  • Click Create

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4- Verify that the "Profile was successfully created" message appears, and that the newly added profile appears in the Profiles List below


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Profiles parameters that apply to H.248 media only NAP

When using H.248 and media-only NAPs (TDM or RTP), only some parameters in the profiles are applied. Here is a list of parameters that apply (List to be verified):

TDM

  • TDM Line - Subject To Electric/Hybrid Echo?

RTP

  • VOIP -> SDP
  • RTP and Audio (All)
  • Fax Modem Relay
    • Enable Fax/Modem Relay
    • Relay Mode
    • Enable early Fax/Modem tone detection
    • Switch to FAX relay upon CNG tone
    • Expected CNG tones
    • Switch to passthrough upon Bell ANS
  • T.38 Parameters
    • use V.34
    • Max bitrate
  • Fax Modem Passthrough Parameters
    • Use NSE
    • Force NSE
    • Support V.152 VBD
    • Force V.152 VBD

Both TDM and RTP

  • Tone and Call Progress Options
    • Tone Definition Profile
    • Digit Generator
  • IVR Record
    • Voice Activity Detection Enabled
    • Voice Activity Detection Noise Floor