Device IP Addresses tab
The Device IP Addresses tab allows you to add VoIP devices to network trending via their IP addresses. After you add the IP addresses of any VoIP devices on your network, each will be recognized and “trended” by the network trending tool now and in the future. See Table 27 for a list of noteworthy settings.
Table 27. Device IP Address options
VoIP device list
A list of all your configured VoIP devices. After you populate the list, you can simply use the Device IP Addresses tab as an organizational tool for VoIP devices.
Add button
Clicking the Add button allows you to add VoIP devices to the list. See the list of device types in Table 28.
If you choose to add a VoIP device, you are asked to tell Observer which type of VoIP device is being added. The types are described in Table 28.
Table 28. VoIP device types
VoIP device type
Administration/Registration Server IP
A server which performs administration/registration operations but does not act as a call server. An example would be a SIP registration server which handles only the SIP REGISTER message and not the INVITE messages. When configured as this type, an IP may be listed as a server for admin calls but not for normal calls.
Control Processor IP
Avaya’s proprietary server for managing call setup and tear down.
Media Processor IP
Avaya’s proprietary server for managing actual voice data.
Non-server IP
An IP which should not be interpreted as a server on any call. This type provides a mechanism to override our normal inference of servers based upon traffic between IPs. In other words, it should generally only be used if we are incorrectly presenting a non-server IP as a server.
Outside IP
Link to PSTN or other outside network.
Server IP
Generic VoIP Server such as Cisco.