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Product Bulletin
Bulletin Number: P-2007-0082-Global
Date: 21st March 2007
Nortel SIP Firmware for
IP Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E
General Availability – Global
REVISION HISTORY
Date Revision # Summary of Changes
21st March 2007 Original Bulletin This is the original publication
Introduction
The purpose of this bulletin is to introduce the General Availability (GA) of the SIP Firmware
for the IP Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E effective as of March 21, 2007.
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E is supported on Nortel Multimedia
Communication Server 5100 Release 3.5 and Release 4.0. Additional support of the SIP
Firmware for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E on other Nortel Communication Servers
remains under formulation at this time. Please consult your Nortel representative for further
timeline updates on the specific server of interest.
This bulletin provides useful information related to the release of the SIP Firmware for IP
Phone 1120E and 1140E for the globally including solution overview, firmware management
and ordering information. It also references Product Advisements as well as where to find
related documentation and product information.
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Contents
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................1
SIP FIRMWARE FOR IP PHONE 1120E AND 1140E OVERVIEW ................................................3
ADMINISTRATION AND PROVISIONING ...................................................................................10
FIRMWARE CONTENT AND UPDATE INFORMATION .................................................................10
REFERENCES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS ............................................................................11
ORDERING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES ..........................................................................12
Order Codes – IP Phone 1120E and 1140E (shipped preloaded with SIP Firmware).........12
Order Codes – IP Phone 1120E and 1140E (shipped preloaded with UNIStim Firmware)..12
MCS 5100 Port License .................................................................................................13
TRAINING ............................................................................................................................13
TECHNICAL ADVISEMENTS ...................................................................................................14
Minimum Hardware for SIP Firmware on the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E....................14
Security - NAT Traversal & STUN protocol ....................................................................14
Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) and Transport Layer Security (TLS)......14
802.1X and Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)...................................................15
Single User Login ...........................................................................................................15
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SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E Overview
The Nortel IP Phone 1100 Series portfolio is Nortel’s new generation of desktop IP Clients
which builds upon Nortel’s standard for ease-of-use, reliability and robustness. The IP
Phone 1100 Series hardware incorporates high-resolution, back-lit, pixel-based displays and
a sleek, cutting-edge ergonomic design on all models along with support for standards-
based USB, Gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth wireless technology integration on selected
portfolio models.
The IP Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E models are currently generally available to the
global market. The new enhancements deliver standards-based SIP Firmware for the IP
Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E models with initial support on Multimedia
Communication Server 5100 Release 3.5 & Release 4.0. The initial release of the SIP
Firmware does not support the IP Phone 1110, IP Phone 1150E, or the Expansion Module
for IP Phone 1100 Series. A high level view of the physical model of IP Phone 1120E and
1140E is shown in Diagrams 1-3 below followed by technical details of the SIP Firmware.
Diagram 1: Front View of IP Phone 1120E
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Diagram 2: Front View of IP Phone 1140E
The rear view of the IP Phone 1120E & 1140E connections are shown in Diagram 3.
The tilt-lever is used to adjust the angle position of the IP Phone 1100 Series deskset. Five
positions are supported which provide a total angle range of 60 degrees (-5 to +55 degrees).
The adjustable tilt-stand, in combination with the high-resolution graphical displays, provides
superior viewing experience for users of the phones.
IP Phones 1120E and 1140E integrate an industry standard USB port, which elevates user
experience and boosts personal productivity, by providing support for standard mouse or
keyboards that allow very intuitive navigation of SIP telephony and SIP-based Instant
Messaging (IM) applications.
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Diagram 3: Rear View of IP Phone 1120E & IP Phone 1140E
For more details on IP Phones 1120E and 1140E hardware capabilities, please refer to the
IP Phone 1100 Series KTK materials located on the Nortel Partner Information Center:
http://www.nortel.com/pic
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Technical Description
The Nortel IP Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E were designed to be flexible and deliver
the memory and processing capacity required to support a native SIP User Agent, upon its
firmware availability. The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E supports advanced
IP Telephony applications such as presence selection and notification along with secure
instant messaging.
Combined with the high-resolution, pixel based, fully-backlit displays of the IP Phone 1120E
and IP Phone 1140E, the SIP Firmware delivers a robust set of capabilities designed to
enhance the communications experience across both enterprise and carrier Nortel
Communication Servers1.
Business-grade Telephony Features
Business-grade telephony features in the SIP Firmware offering include:
Call initiation / Call answer
o Supported from handsfree, headset, handset, and the primary line key
Call Forward (local to the phone)
Call Transfer (Blind)
o Where called party is not engaged prior to call being transferred
Call Transfer (Consultative)
o Called party is engaged prior to call being transferred
Last Number Redial
Call Ignore (Local or Network)
Call Decline (With reason)
Call Waiting
Three-way Calling (Local to the phone)
Call Join via Conferencing Server
Call Hold (Manual and Automatic),
Call Hold Retrieve
Call Park
Call Park Retrieve
Calling Party Name
Calling Party Number Display
1 The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E is supported on Nortel Multimedia Communication Server
5100 Release 3.5 and Release 4.0. Additional support of the SIP Firmware for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E
on other Nortel Communication Servers remains under formulation at this time. Please consult your Nortel
representative for further timeline updates on the specific server of interest.
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Calling Party ID Restriction (Privacy)
Do Not Disturb
On-hook / Off-hook dialing,
Pre-dialing (E.164 and SIP URI)
Speed dialing via User-defined Feature Keys
Call Initiation from Call Logs
o Inbox, Outbox, Friends, Address Book
Support for Special Prefix Code dialing (SPRE) - Nortel Communication
Server dependent
Advanced Applications
The SIP Firmware provides support for innovative delivery of advanced applications
such as:
Management of Friends list
Filtering and Search of Friends and Address Book entries
User and Friends Presence Notification
Graphical icons for Presence Status of User and Friends
Send/receive/reply to Text-based Secure Instant Messages (Security
provided by Tiny Encryption Algorithm)
Filtering of Call logs (Inbox, Outbox) and IM Log
Copy contact information from Address Book, Inbox, Outbox, or IM Log,
to Address Book or user-defined feature key (fixed or soft-key)
USB mouse and keyboard for Dialing, Instant Messaging
SIP Firmware User Interface Enhancements
The new user interface that is available with this release of SIP firmware offers
graphical-based menus for enhanced user experience including:
User-defined feature keys for Speed Dial, Voice Mail, Call Forward,
Instant Messaging, Presence Selection, and Do Not Disturb features
Integrated message access to Voicemail login and Instant Messaging
Special character support for meaningful text entry
Use of the fixed Expand key to access the IM Log
Graphical Icons indicating status of each IM (Unread, Read, Replied to)
Feature Status Indicator (Blue LED) indicates the receipt of new unread
Instant Messages (IM)s
Access to Voice Inbox and Outbox (via Fixed or Soft keys)
Graphical icons indicating status of received calls (number missed,
received per each user)
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SIP Firmware User Preference Enhancements
Configurable user preferences supported with the intial release of the SIP Firmware
include:
Handset/headset/handsfree Volume Adjustment
Alerting Volume Adjustment
Display Contrast Adjustment
Ring Pattern Selection
Voicemail Settings (Number and Mailbox ID)
User location (from server-provided list)
Time, Date, Zone, Format
Idle Screen Display Text
Backlight Screensaver Settings
Call Subjects
Call Decline Reasons
Instant Messaging (On/off setting of pop-up display/audible tone for new
messages)
Default Dialing (Alpha/Numeric)
Call Ignore Action (local/network)
Search Method (Name, First character, Index)
Incoming & Outgoing Privacy settings
User Presence Selection
Dialing Pattern Default (Alpha/Numeric)
Ring tones (pre-provisioned files)
User Selection of Localized Display Language
o English is default with up to four additional language options
presented at one time (Additional languages are available for
download)
o Changeable without requiring a phone reset
Multiple user profile support to ensure user data security when logged
in/out (i.e. separate Inbox, Outbox, IM log, Address Book, user-defined
feature key, user preferences, etc.)
Selection of Wired Headset
Selection of Wireless Bluetooth Headset (IP Phone 1140E only)
.
Configurable Administration Options
Configurable administrative functions with the SIP Firmware include:
Downloadable Global Language Options (17 languages)
Flexible and Downloadable Dialing Plan
Regional and Localized Call Progress Tones and Cadences
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Multiple SIP proxies and Domains/Sub-domains
o Configurable by the system administrator or end user
Multiple Protocols for Firmware and File Downloads (TFTP, FTP, HTTP)
New Problem Determination Tools (via Telnet / Password Protected)
o Error diagnostics and recovery
o Remote debugging
Standards, Codecs and QoS Settings
The SIP Firmware is designed to support the following standards, codec and QoS
settings:
DTMF payload via RFC2833 and G.711 in-band signaling;
G.711 and G.729a codecs;
DNS for Domain Name Resolution;
Layer 2 802.1 p/Q packet priority;
Layer 3 ToS and IP precedence bit tagging;
QoS metrics monitoring and reporting;
Firewall and NAT traversal (via STUN).
Security
The SIP Firmware supports the following security features:
Firmware/file integrity and authentication (code signing) for Nortel-generated
files via PKI or shared secret mechanism;
Secured access to the phone’s configuration and diagnostic menus;
Secured user login/logout options
RFC 3261 compliant, robust SIP stack which offers protection against
security vulnerabilities and DoS attacks.
For detailed product and feature information, please refer to the information on the IP
Phones and Clients product page of the Partner Information Center (PIC) or on
www.nortel.com. The PIC can be accessed at: http://www.nortel.com/pic . Once logged into
the PIC, click on Products, then VoIP, Voice & Multimedia Communications and finally
IP Phones & Clients.
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Administration and Provisioning
The SIP Firmware for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E must be provisioned using TFTP,
HTTP or FTP. The required TFTP, HTTP or FTP server are provided by the customer. The
SIP user must be provisioned on the MCS 5100 Rls 3.5 or Rls 4.0 system. It is essential that
both the SIP username and a corresponding DN alias be configured on the MCS 5100.
Firmware Content and Update Information
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E supports remote firmware changes and
updates through both a manual and automated process using the TFTP, HTTP or FTP
protocol. Updates, including firmware, language files, and configuration files, may be
obtained when the phone is powered up, at specific times pre-configured by the system
administrator, or at any time upon manual request of the user. Firmware updates are done
via the SIP Firmware update/provisioning mechanism. Customers will need to make
arrangements for the TFTP/FTP/HTTP servers. A free copy of Win32 version of TFTP
server application can be obtained from http://tftpd32.jounin.net/2. The SIP Firmware update
process involves two steps.
1) First update the IP Phone1120E/1140E to minimum required UNIStim Firmware version 0624C1B/0625C1B. The IP
Phone 1120E or 1140E may be shipped with default UNIStim version lower than the minimum required version.
2) Once the IP Phone 1120E/1140E is at 0624C1B/0625C1B version, the IP Phone can be updated to SIP Firmware
06A4C39d14/06A5C39d14 version. UNIStim Firmware supports the TFTP or UFTP protocols. Updating UNIStim
firmware and switching from UNIStim firmware to SIP firmware will require a TFTP server (UFTP is not supported).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E is a migration to the SIP protocol for
these IP Phones. Loading the SIP Firmware will overwrite the existing firmware such as UNIStim (i.e., note
that it will not be possible to run both the SIP and UNIStim Firmware concurrently).
For details on firmware updates, provisioning and configuration, please refer to the
Administration Guides (NTPs) in the next section
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References and Related Documents
Additional information is available in the Knowledge Transfer Kit (KTK) which can be
downloaded from the Partner Information Center (PIC) at the following location:
http://www.nortel.com/pic. Navigate to “Products and Solutions”, then select “Channel
Readiness” and finally select “SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E” from the
drop-down list.
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E related documents are available on
www.nortel.com/helmsman using the following product path:
Multimedia Communications Portfolio >
Multimedia Communication Server 3.5/4.0 >
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E documentation includes the following
materials:
NN43112-101 SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E User Guide for MCS 5100
NN43112-102
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E Quick Reference for MCS 5100
NN43112-300
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E Administration Guide for MCS 5100
NN43113-101
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1140E User Guide for MCS 5100
NN43113-102 SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1140E Quick Reference for MCS 5100
NN43113-300
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1140E Administration Guide for MCS 5100
Additional technical information on the SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E can be
found on the Nortel Technical Support Portal at the following link:
http://www.nortel.com/support or
http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go/main.jsp?cscat=SOFTWARE&resetFilter=1&poid=15741
http://www130.nortelnetworks.com/go/main.jsp?cscat=SOFTWARE&resetFilter=1&poid=15721
Other related materials for SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E include:
SM-2007-0083-GLOBAL – Introducing the SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E -
Sales & Marketing Bulletin
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E Technical Specifications (planned for 2Q
2007)
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Ordering Guidelines and Procedures
In 2Q07, Nortel plans to make available the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E preloaded with SIP
Firmware from the factory. The order codes for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E with SIP
Firmware are provided below for reference. Note that Nortel Order Management will not
accept any orders for these codes until they are released into the Nortel Enterprise
Configuration tool (Current view is these new codes will be no earlier than EC release 7.0.2). Consult your Nortel
representative for actual timeline when Nortel Order management can accept orders.
Order Codes – IP Phone 1120E and 1140E (shipped preloaded with SIP Firmware)
PEC CPC DESCRIPTION
NTYS03CAE6 N0142351 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/ Icon Keys w/o PS (SIP) (RoHS)
NTYS03DAE6 N0142352 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/ Eng Keys w/o PS (SIP) (RoHS)
NTYS05CAE6 N0142353 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/ Icon Keys w/o PS (SIP) (RoHS)
NTYS05DAE6 N0142354 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/ Eng Keys w/o PS (SIP) (RoHS)
Alternatively, the SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E will be available for
download from a secure Nortel website for registered MCS5100 customers. MCS5100
Customers are required to purchase/have the IP Phone 1120E and IP Phone 1140E
hardware available for loading the SIP Firmware.
The current Generally Available product codes for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E that ship
with UNIStim Firmware are listed below. As these part for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E
are shipped with UNIStim Firmware, they must be updated with the SIP Firmware per
procedures outlined in the “Firmware Content and Update” section of this bulletin.
Order Codes – IP Phone 1120E and 1140E (shipped preloaded with UNIStim Firmware)
PEC CPC DESCRIPTION
NTYS03AC N0132697 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/Icon Keys w/o PS
NTYS03ACE6 N0132699 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/Icon Keys w/o PS (RoHS)
NTYS03BC N0132698 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS
NTYS03BCE6 N0132700 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS (RoHS)
NTYS05AC N0132702 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/Icon Keys w/o PS
NTYS05ACE6 N0132704 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/Icon Keys w/o PS (RoHS)
NTYS05BC N0132703 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS
NTYS05BCE6 N0132705 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS (RoHS)
NTYS03BCGSE6 N0132701 IP Phone 1120E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS GSA (RoHS)
NTYS05BCGSE6 N0132706 IP Phone 1140E Graphite w/Eng Keys w/o PS GSA (RoHS)
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MCS 5100 Port License
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E works with the Nortel Multimedia
Communication Server 5100 (MCS 5100) Release 3.5 and 4.0 systems. As such, a SIP port
license is required for each IP Phone 1120E and 1140E to connect to the MCS 5100
system. When placing an order for the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E, please ensure
appropriate number of MCS 5100 SIP port licenses have been ordered.
Training
Global Knowledge is the official training partner for Nortel for North America. The following
training courses have been updated to include the SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and
1140E:
Course Title Format Number
Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Release 4.0
Administration Classroom Learning 6316C
Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Release 4.0
Installation and Commissioning Classroom Learning 6313C
Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Release 4.0 Planning
and Engineering Classroom Learning 6314C
Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Release 4.0 Tutorial eLearning 6304W
Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Release 4.0 Overview eLearning 6306W
Further details on course offerings and schedules can be obtained from the Global
Knowledge website at www.globalknowledge.com/nortel/training.
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Technical Advisements
Minimum Hardware for SIP Firmware on the IP Phone 1120E and 1140E
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E is only supported on the GA hardware
release of the respective IP Phone model.
Security - NAT Traversal & STUN protocol
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E supports two methods for NAT
traversal of the signaling path:
SIP_PING
Simple Traversal of User Datagram Protocol through Network Address
Translators (STUN)
SIP PING is a Nortel protocol for NAT traversal for SIP signaling only.
The STUN protocol lets a client discover the presence and type of NATs between the
client and the public Internet. In addition, a client can discover the mapping between the
private IP address and port number and the public IP address and port number.
Typically, an Enterprise or a service provider operates a STUN server in the public
Internet or internet domain. A STUN server can be located using DNS SRV records
using the domain as the lookup. STUN typically uses the well-known port number 3478.
The NAT traversal method can be selected manually through the Device Settings menu
or configured through the device configuration file.
SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E also supports NAT traversal for the Media
path. However, STUN protocol cannot coexist with Application Layer Gateway (ALG),
Media Portals or RTP Proxy servers. If STUN is configured on the SIP firmware, ensure
none of these devices are configured in the SIP proxy server.
Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) and Transport Layer Security (TLS)
SIP-based Secure RTP and TLS are a planned enhancement for a future SIP
Firmware release.
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802.1X and Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E supports 802.1 X/EAP device
authentications. The authentication protocol currently supported is EAP-MD5.
Customers need to procure appropriate RADIUS/authentication servers (both HW/SW).
Certificate based authentication is planned for a future release.
Single User Login
The SIP Firmware for IP Phone 1120E and 1140E only supports a single user logged in
per phone. Other Nortel IP Phones or firmware may allow for more than one user (or
directory number) to be logged in or displayed at a time.
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Nortel reserves the right to make changes, without notice,
in equipment design as engineering or manufacturing methods may warrant. The statements, configurations, technical data,
and recommendations in this document are believed to be accurate and reliable, but are presented without express or implied
warranty. Users must take full responsibility for their applications of any products specified in this document. The information in
this document is proprietary to Nortel Limited.
To view the most recent version of this bulletin, please visit Nortel’s Partner Information Center on the web at:
http://www.nortel.com/pic.
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