Endpoints are external devices, e.g. Gateways, Proxies or SIP Trunks and also SIP endpoints, like SIP telephones and analog endpoints.
An endpoint is a network component, such as an originating or terminating device. An endpoint can be a DN that does not have a number associated with it yet. A profile enables you to set parameters for that endpoint.
Contacts of SIP Subscribers that are registered via a SIP Proxy can have the special states ‚renewed' and ‚suspended'.
on the system-wide level
on the Business Group level.
SIPSM (SIP Signaling Manager)
The Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony system communicates to all SIP endpoints (phones, gateways, other SIP servers, etc.) using its SIPSM (SIP Signaling Managers).
TLS Configuration procedure for connection between Two Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony Systems
Three “tools” are needed to configure TLS between two Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony systems: NCPE, CLI and the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony Assistant.
Defining a SIP Gateway to the PSTN
Creating the SIP Gateway Endpoint
SIP entities in the network are categorized as either subscribers or endpoints. A SIP subscriber has a subscriber ID (phone number) and requires a subscriber license.
Registration Request from SIP Endpoint
The SIP Registrar process receives the registration request and calls XDM to update the shared memory (XLA) and database.
How to Add/Edit an Endpoint - General Settings
This procedure describes how to configure the endpoint at the system wide or Business Group level. Endpoints, in turn, can be created and configured at the switch level or the BG (Business Group) level.
How to Configure SIP Settings for the Endpoint
This procedure describes how to configure the SIP settings for an endpoint at the system wide or subscriber level. Choose one of the available SIP Configuration Types, the Registration Type, the Signaling Address Type, IP Address or FQDN (for Static Endpoints), the Port, the Transport Protocol and the Security Settings for the Endpoint. For Static Endpoints, the SIP signaling interface can be specified in IP or FQDN format.
How to Set Security Settings for Endpoints
This procedure describes how to configure the SIP settings for an endpoint at the system wide or subscriber level.
How to Display Routes Pointing to Destination
This procedure describes how to display the routes pointing to a destination at the system wide or subscriber level. Points directly (one-to-one) to a SIP endpoint to which a dialed number will be forwarded to at the final destination. Operator Routes map Operator service calls to the corresponding appropriate Destinations.
How to Define Accounting Management Settings for Endpoints
This procedure describes how to define the Accounting Management settings for an endpoint at the system wide or subscriber level.
How to Change the Branch Office of one or more Endpoints
This procedure describes how to change the Branch Office of one or more endpoints at the subscriber level.
How to Configure a SIP-PN Endpoint