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HOW TO INSTALL IRON SIM SERVER ONE SOLUTION

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General information
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About this
document

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This document aims to give the successive steps to complete in order to configure the iQsim Iron SIM
Server One (ISSO) solution.

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Contents
1. __ Introduction............................................................................................................................................................................ 5
2. __ Step by step software setup ................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.1

ISSO configuration ....................................................................................................................................................... 6

1.2

GSM gateway configuration ........................................................................................................................................ 7

1.3

SIM Rack configuration ............................................................................................................................................... 7

2. __ Typical installation CASES ....................................................................................................................................................... 8


2.1

ISSO and gateways into the same LAN ........................................................................................................................ 8

2.1.1

Private IP address plan ........................................................................................................................................... 8

2.1.2

Additional configurations ....................................................................................................................................... 9

2.2

ISSO with gateways into different networks ............................................................................................................. 11

2.2.1

Private IP addresses plan ...................................................................................................................................... 11

2.2.2

Additional configurations ..................................................................................................................................... 11

2.3

ISSO with gateways behind same access router ....................................................................................................... 14

2.3.1

Private IP addresses plan ...................................................................................................................................... 14

2.3.2

Additional configurations ..................................................................................................................................... 14

3. __ installation with additional SIM Rack ................................................................................................................................... 18


3.1

ISSO and SIM Rack are into the same LAN ................................................................................................................ 18

3.1.1

Private IP addresses plan ...................................................................................................................................... 18

3.1.2

Additional configurations ..................................................................................................................................... 18

3.2

ISSO and SIM Rack are into different networks ........................................................................................................ 21

3.2.1

Private IP addresses plan ...................................................................................................................................... 21

3.2.2

Additional configurations ..................................................................................................................................... 21

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Document revision
Version

Date

Author

1.00

13/10/2014

XLE

First version

2.00

20/11/2014

XLE

GUI configuration added

3.00

29/02/2016

XLE

Update

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Overview

This document aims to give the successive steps to complete in order to configure the iQsim SIM Server One
(ISSO) solution before starting operations with.
The figure below gives an general overview of the network topology and data flows between the devices:

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SIP protocol is between the VoIP softswitch and the ISSO.

Media (RTP packets) is between the VoIP softswitch (or media gateway) and the iQsim gateways.

iQsim property protocol is used between the ISSO and the gateways.

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Introduction

This part of the document aims to give guidelines for Iron SIM Server One (ISSO) and gateways initial setup.
Depending on the network design used for the physical installation of the devices, some additional
configuration steps may have to be completed: several templates of usual installation and setup are given
into chapter 3 for guidelines and follow-up processes.

1.1 ISSO CONFIGURATION


Set new IP
address
settings

Browse to http://192.168.1.10:8000
Enter Login (administrator) and Password (iqsim).
Click on Start button > System Settings > Settings tab: enter the new IP Parameters.
Click on Save & Reboot button.
After the reboot, use the new IP address to connect to the iQsim SIM Server One.

Reference document: IRON Suite V2 Administration Interface (IRON-AG-02.00.pdf)


Update the
ISSO licenses

The ISSO licenses are available anytime from iQsim Technical web site.
Visit http://support.iqsim.com.
Go to Product Management menu
Select the ISSO product reference to obtain the license

To update the SIM Management License, open the web interface:

Click on Start button > System Settings > License tab.


Click on Update license button, enter the new the license code.
Click on Save button twice.

To update the Service Controller License, click on Service Controller menu:

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Edit Embedded Service Controller parameters.


Click on Update license button, enter the new the license code.
Click on Save button twice.

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1.2 GSM GATEWAY CONFIGURATION


M400 gateway

Open a telnet session to the gateway with IP address 192.168.1.1

configuration

Enter Login (administrator) and Password (iqsim).


Type: config /setup
Follow instructions and answer questions regarding your own configuration, until the gateway reboots.
Note:

When you are prompted to enter the IRON Service Controller IP address, enter the IP address of
your ISSO.

Reference document: M400 Getting Started vx.00 (M400-GS-0x.00.pdf)


S100 gateway

Browse to http://192.168.1.1

configuration

Enter Login (administrator) and Password (iqsim).


Complete the form with IP settings and Service Controller IP address (ISSO IP address)
Tick Reboot box then click on Update button.
Reference document: M100 Hardware Installation Guide (M100-GS-01.00.edx.pdf)

GSM Device
validation

After gateway setup and reboot, the gateway will be automatically added into the GSM Device menu of the
ISSO web interface, with Grey status 'Waiting for validation'.
To authorize the connection to the ISSO, double click to edit the gateway parameters, enter the Connection
Name (administrator) and the Connection Password (iqsim).
Select the Country where the gateway is installed.
Save.

1.3 SIM RACK CONFIGURATION


Setup

Open a telnet session to the SIM Rack with IP address 192.168.1.100


Enter Login (administrator) and Password (iqsim).
Type: config /setup
Follow instructions, then type: reboot
Reference document: Iron SIM Rack 256 Administration Guide (ISR256-AG-x.00.pdf)

Add a SIM
Rack

Additional SIM rack must be added into the ISSO database using the ISSO web interface.
Click on SIM Rack menu.
Enter the name of the SIM Rack
Enter the IP address of the SIM Rack and the TCP Port (51503 by default) to use for the iSSO and the
gateways to connect to it.
Save
See Chapter 3 - Typical installation with additional SIM rack for more details.

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Introduction

This chapter aims to give usual templates of installation and setup to do when the ISSO is set with a private
IP address.
Examples below are given for 2 gateways, obviously they can be followed when more gateways are used.
When the ISSO is configured with a public IP address, the templates below can be used for gateways
installation and setup only.

2.1 ISSO AND GATEWAYS INTO THE SAME LAN


Principle

2.1.1 PRIVATE IP ADDRESS PLAN


Settings

The ISSO can be set with the default (192.168.1.10) or a different private IP address.
Gateway #1 can be set with the default (192.168.1.1) or a different private IP address.
Any other gateway into the same LAN must be set with a different private IP address.

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2.1.2 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS


Public IP
address in use

This particular configuration supposes advanced configuration of the devices.


First, the public IP address defined into the access router must be set into the ISSO database. To proceed,
open the web interface of the ISSO:

Click on Service Controller menu,


Select the Service Controller and click on Edit button,
Into the field NAT Address, enter the public IP address to use,
Save.

Then, the Service Controller must be restarted. To proceed:

UDP ports in
use

Click on Start button,


Click on Services Manager menu,
Select the Service Controller and click on Restart button.

The default range of ports in use for RTP must be changed on Gateway #2, following the process below:
Open a telnet session to Gateway #2
type: config
type: cd sessmgr
type: set baseudpport=12000
type: exit
type: Y
type: Y

(to enter into the proper gateway registry)


(to set the starting port of the UDP ports range)
(to save the registry configuration)
(to reboot the gateway)

Note: Gateway #1 remains with default configuration (BaseUDPPort=11000)


Access router
configuration

The access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table below is
a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use for every device.
Port
number

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Port
Type

Description

NAT/PAT Configuration

21

TCP

FTP access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:21 -> 192.168.1.10:21

23

TCP

Telnet access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:23 -> 192.168.1.10:23

8000

TCP

Web access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:8000 -> 192.168.1.10:8000

1179

TCP

ISSO Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1179 -> 192.168.1.10:1179

1168

TCP

ISSO Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1168 -> 192.168.1.10:1168

5060

UDP

2775

TCP

SIP
(for Call Termination)
SMPP

82.97.26.90:5060 -> 192.168.1.10:5060


82.97.26.90:2775 -> 192.168.1.10:2775

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(for SMS Termination)


9628

TCP

Acces to the database

82.97.26.90:9628 -> 192.168.1.10:9628

9629

TCP

Access to Xiqs

82.97.26.90:9629 -> 192.168.1.10:9629

121

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #1

82.97.26.90:121 -> 192.168.1.1:21

123

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #1

82.97.26.90:123 -> 192.168.1.1:23

UDP

RTP to Gw #1

221

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #2

82.97.26.90:221 -> 192.168.1.2:21

223

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #2

82.97.26.90:223 -> 192.168.1.2:23

UDP

RTP to Gateway #2

11000
to
11999

12000
to
12999

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82.97.26.90:11000-11999 ->
192.168.1.1:11000-11999

82.97.26.90:12000-12999 ->
192.168.1.2:12000-12999

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2.2 ISSO WITH GATEWAYS INTO DIFFERENT NETWORKS


Principle

2.2.1 PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES PLAN


Settings

The ISSO can be set with the default (192.168.1.10) or a different private IP address.
Gateway #1 and Gateway #2 can be set with the default (192.168.1.1) or a different private IP address.

2.2.2 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS


Public IP
address in use

This particular configuration supposes advanced configuration of the devices.


First, the public IP address defined into the access router must be set into the ISSO database. To proceed,
open the web interface of the ISSO:

Click on Service Controller menu,


Select the Service Controller and click on Edit button,
Into the field NAT Address, enter the public IP address to use,
Save.

Then, the Service Controller must be restarted. To proceed:

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Click on Start button,


Click on Services Manager menu,
Select the Service Controller and click on Restart button.

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ISSO access
router
configuration

Gateways
access router
configuration

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The ISSO access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The
table below is a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.
Port
number

Port
Type

Description

21

TCP

FTP access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:21 -> 192.168.1.10:21

23

TCP

Telnet access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:23 -> 192.168.1.10:23

8000

TCP

Web access to ISSO

51503

TCP

Connection to ISSO SIM Rack

1163

TCP

Connection to ISSO Service Controller

82.97.26.90:1163 -> 192.168.1.10:1163

1179

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1179 -> 192.168.1.10:1179

1168

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1168 -> 192.168.1.10:1168

5060

UDP

SIP (for Call Termination)

82.97.26.90:5060 -> 192.168.1.10:5060

2775

TPC

SMPP (for SMS Termination)

82.97.26.90:2775 -> 192.168.1.10:2775

9628

TCP

Acces to the database

82.97.26.90:9628 -> 192.168.1.10:9628

9629

TCP

Access to Xiqs

82.97.26.90:9629 -> 192.168.1.10:9629

NAT/PAT Configuration

82.97.26.90:8000 -> 192.168.1.10:8000


82.97.26.90:51503 -> 192.168.1.10:51503

The gateways access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table
below is a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.
Port
number

Port
Type

Description

21

TCP

FTP access

41.78.29.19 -> 192.168.1.1


95.10.16.25 -> 192.168.1.1

23

TCP

Telnet access

41.78.29.19 -> 192.168.1.1


95.10.16.25 -> 192.168.1.1

1168

TCP

Monitoring

41.78.29.19 -> 192.168.1.1


95.10.16.25 -> 192.168.1.1

1169

TCP

Monitoring

41.78.29.19 -> 192.168.1.1

11000
to
11999

UDP

RTP packets (media)

41.78.29.19 -> 192.168.1.1


95.10.16.25 -> 192.168.1.1

NAT/PAT Configuration

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Web GUI
configuration

The public IP address in use for the GSM devices to connect to the ISSO must be set into the database using
the web interface.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

Click on SIM Rack menu.


Edit ISSO settings
Into Primary Hostname/IP field, the private IP address of the ISSO (192.168.1.10) is set.
Into Secondary Hostname/IP field, enter the IP address to use by the gateways to connect to the
ISSO: here it is the public IP address (92.97.26.90).
Into TCP Port Connection fields, enter the TCP port in use by the gateways to connected to the ISSO
(TCP 51503 by default).
Save.

Because the gateways are out of the LAN network of the ISSO, they must be configured to use the public IP
address and proper TCP port to connect to the ISSO, in this case it means the Secondary Hostname/IP and TCP
Port Connection parameters set into SIM Rack menu previously.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

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Click on GSM Device menu.


Edit gateways one by one.
Click on SIM Rack mapping tab.
Tick Secondary Access radio button.
Save

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2.3 ISSO WITH GATEWAYS BEHIND SAME ACCESS ROUTER


Principle

2.3.1 PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES PLAN


Settings

The ISSO can be set with the default (192.168.1.10) or a different private IP address.
Gateway #1 can be set with the default (192.168.1.1) or a different private IP address.
Any other gateway into the same LAN must be set with a different private IP address.

2.3.2 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS


Public IP
address in use

This particular configuration supposes advanced configuration of the devices.


First, the public IP address defined into the access router must be set into the ISSO database. To proceed,
open the web interface of the ISSO:

Click on Service Controller menu,


Select the Service Controller and click on Edit button,
Into the field NAT Address, enter the public IP address to use,
Save.

Then, the Service Controller must be restarted. To proceed:

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Click on Start button,


Click on Services Manager menu,
Select the Service Controller and click on Restart button.

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M400

The gateways range of ports in use for RTP must be changed.

UDP range of
ports
modification

To do this configuration on Gateway #2, follow the process below:


Open a telnet session to Gateway #2
type: config
type: root gateway
type: cd sessmgr
type: set baseudpport=12000
type: exit
type: Y
type: Y

(to enter into the proper gateway registry)


(to set the starting port of the UDP ports range)
(to save the registry configuration)
(to reboot the gateway)

Note: Gateway #1 remains with the default configuration (BaseUDPPort=11000)


M100

The gateways range of ports in use for RTP must be changed.

UDP range of
ports
modification

To do this configuration on Gateway #2, follow the process below:


Open a telnet session to Gateway #2
type: config
type: cd RTP
type: set RTPStartPort=12000
type: exit
type: reboot

(to set the starting port of the UDP ports range)

Note: Gateway #1 remains with the default configuration (RTPStartPort=11000)


ISSO access
router
configuration

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The ISSO access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table
below is a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.
Port
number

Port
Type

Description

21

TCP

FTP access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:21 -> 192.168.1.10:21

23

TCP

Telnet access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:23 -> 192.168.1.10:23

8000

TCP

Web access to ISSO

51503

TCP

Connection to ISSO SIM Rack

1163

TCP

Connection to ISSO Service Controller

82.97.26.90:1163 -> 192.168.1.10:1163

1179

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1179 -> 192.168.1.10:1179

1168

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1168 -> 192.168.1.10:1168

5060

UDP

SIP (for Call Termination)

82.97.26.90:5060 -> 192.168.1.10:5060

2775

TPC

SMPP (for SMS Termination)

82.97.26.90:2775 -> 192.168.1.10:2775

9628

TCP

Access to the database

82.97.26.90:9628 -> 192.168.1.10:9628

9629

TCP

Access to Xiqs

82.97.26.90:9629 -> 192.168.1.10:9629

NAT/PAT Configuration

82.97.26.90:8000 -> 192.168.1.10:8000


82.97.26.90:51503 -> 192.168.1.10:51503

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Gateways
access router
configuration

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The gateways access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table
below is a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.
Port
number

Port Type

Description

NAT/PAT Configuration

121

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #1

41.78.29.19:121 -> 192.168.1.1:21

123

TCP

Telnet access to Gatewayt #2

41.78.29.19:123 -> 192.168.1.1:23

221

TCP

FTP access to Gateway #2

41.78.29.19:221 -> 192.168.1.2:21

223

TCP

Telnet access to Gateway #2

41.78.29.19:223 -> 192.168.1.2:23

1168

TCP

Monitoring Gateway #1

41.78.29.19:1168 -> 192.168.1.1:1168

1169

TCP

Monitoring Gateway #1

41.78.29.19:1169 -> 192.168.1.1:1169

11000 to
11999

UDP

RTP packets (media)


Gateway #1

41.78.29.19:11000-11999 ->
192.168.1.1: 11000-11999

12000 to
12999

UDP

RTP packets (media)


Gateway #2

41.78.29.19:12000-12999 ->
192.168.1.1: 12000-12999

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Web GUI
configuration

The public IP address in use for the GSM devices to connect to the ISSO must be set into the database using
the web interface.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

Click on SIM Rack menu.


Edit ISSO settings
Into Primary Hostname/IP field, the private IP address of the ISSO (192.168.1.10) is set.
Into Secondary Hostname/IP field, enter the IP address to use by the gateways to connect to the
ISSO: here it is the public IP address (92.97.26.90).
Into TCP Port Connection fields, enter the TCP port in use by the gateways to connected to the ISSO
(TCP 51503 by default).
Save.

Because the gateways are out of the LAN network of the ISSO, they must be configured to use the public IP
address and proper TCP port to connect to the ISSO, in this case it means the Secondary Hostname/IP and TCP
Port Connection parameters set into SIM Rack menu previously.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

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Click on GSM Device menu.


Edit gateways one by one.
Click on SIM Rack mapping tab.
Tick Secondary Access radio button.
Save

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3.1 ISSO AND SIM RACK ARE INTO THE SAME LAN
Principle

3.1.1 PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES PLAN


Settings

The ISSO can be set with the default (192.168.1.10) or a different private IP address.
The SIM Rack can be set with the default (192.168.1.100) or a different private IP address.

3.1.2 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS


SIM Rack
TCP port
modification

This particular configuration supposes to modify the default configuration of the SIM rack, because both the
ISSO-SIM Rack and the SIM rack use the same TCP port for connection from gateways.
To modify the TCP port in use follow the process below:

Open a telnet session to the SIM Rack


type: config /portcfg
Enter new port [51503]: 51504

(to set the new port to use)

Type: reboot

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Access router
configuration

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The access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table below is
a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.
Port
number

Port
Type

121

TCP

FTP access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:121 -> 192.168.1.10:21

123

TCP

Telnet access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:123 -> 192.168.1.10:23

221

TCP

FTP access to SIM Rack

82.97.26.90:221 -> 192.168.1.100:21

223

TCP

Telnet access to SIM rack

82.97.26.90:223 -> 192.168.1.100:23

8000

TCP

Web access to ISSO

82.97.26.90:8000 -> 192.168.1.10:8000

51503

TCP

Connection to ISSO SIM Rack

82.97.26.90:51503 -> 192.168.1.10:51503

51504

TCP

Connection to SIM Rack

82.97.26.90:51504 -> 192.168.1.100:51504

1163

TCP

Connection to ISSO Service Controller

82.97.26.90:1163 -> 192.168.1.10:1163

1179

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1179 -> 192.168.1.10:1179

1168

TCP

Monitoring

82.97.26.90:1168 -> 192.168.1.10:1168

5060

UDP

SIP

82.97.26.90:5060 -> 192.168.1.10:5060

2775

TPC

SMPP (for SMS Termination)

82.97.26.90:2775 -> 192.168.1.10:2775

9628

TCP

Acces to the database

82.97.26.90:9628 -> 192.168.1.10:9628

9629

TCP

Access to Xiqs

82.97.26.90:9629 -> 192.168.1.10:9629

Description

NAT/PAT Configuration

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Web GUI
configuration

The additional SIM Rack must be added into the ISSO database.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

Click on SIM Rack menu.


Enter the name of the SIM Rack
Into Primary Hostname/IP field, enter the IP address to use by the ISSO to connect to the SIM Rack:
here it is the private IP address (192.168.1.100).
Into Secondary Hostname/IP field, enter the IP address to use by the gateways to connect to the SIM
Rack: here it is the public IP address (92.97.26.90).
Into TCP Port Connection fields, enter the TCP port in use by the ISSO and the gateways to connected
to the SIM Rack (TCP 51504).
Save.

Because the gateways are out of the LAN network of the ISSO and SIM Rack, they must be configured to use
the public IP address and proper TCP port to connect to the SIM Rack, in this case it means the Secondary
Hostname/IP and TCP Port Connection parameters set into SIM Rack menu previously.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

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Click on GSM Device menu.


Edit gateways one by one.
Click on SIM Rack mapping tab.
Tick Secondary Access radio button.
Save

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3.2 ISSO AND SIM RACK ARE INTO DIFFERENT NETWORKS


Principle

3.2.1 PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES PLAN


Settings

The ISSO can be set with the default (192.168.1.10) or a different private IP address.
The SIM Rack can be set with the default (192.168.1.100) or a different private IP address.

3.2.2 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS


SIM Rack
access router
configuration

iQsim SA 2016

The access router must be configured for NAT & PAT (Network Address/Port Translation). The table below is
a recap of all the TCP/UDP ports is use.

Port
number

Port
Type

Description

21

TCP

FTP access to SIM Rack

82.97.26.90:21 -> 192.168.1.100:21

23

TCP

Telnet access to SIM rack

82.97.26.90:23 -> 192.168.1.100:23

51504

TCP

Connection to SIM Rack

82.97.26.90:51504 -> 192.168.1.100:51504

NAT/PAT Configuration

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Web GUI
configuration

The additional SIM Rack must be added into the ISSO database.
To proceed, open the web interface of the ISSO.

Click on SIM Rack menu.


Enter the name of the SIM Rack
Into Primary Hostname/IP field, enter the IP address to use by the ISSO and the gateways to connect
to the SIM Rack: here it is the public IP address (94.204.153.2).
Into TCP Port Connection fields, enter the TCP port in use by the ISSO and the gateways to connected
to the SIM Rack (TCP 51503 by default).
Save

Because the gateways are out of the network of the SIM Rack, they must be configured to use the public IP
address and proper TCP port to connect to the SIM Rack: this should be the default settinng because Primary
Hostname/IP only is set into SIM Rack menu previously.
To check, open the web interface of the ISSO.

iQsim SA 2016

Click on GSM Device menu.


Edit gateways one by one.
Click on SIM Rack mapping tab.
Primary Access radio button must be ticked.
Save

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