|Mitel Networks MN3200
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MN 3200 ICP Capacity
Mitel Networks 3200 ICP supports up to 208 IP telephones in an IP-only configuration. It
also supports the SX-2000 Peripheral Cabinet, which supports up to 384 ports (for analogue
trunking, analogue or digital telephones).
Analogue lines (with Peripheral Cabinet)
||Up to 192
||Up to 192 analogue trunks
||2 dual T1 or E1 supporting (T1/D4, DPNSS and ISDN)
T1: 96 digital trunks
E1:120 digital trunks
This allows a hybrid configuration of analogue, digital and IP phones in a single system.
The following are supported:
Analogue - telephones, faxes, and modems.
Mitel Superset 4001, Superset 4015, Superset 4025
Mitel Networks 5010 IP Phone, Mitel Networks 5020 IP Phone
Symbol Netvision Wireless IP devices, enabled via a Mitel Networks Application Gateway
IP station protocol supported/set capacities
IP Station protocols supported: H.323 and Mitel's DNIC protocol. Up to 204 IP phones can
be supported on a single Mitel Networks 3200. However, through Mitel's feature rich
networking protocol, multiple Mitel Networks 3200 systems can be clustered to support
thousands of users. 802.11 wireless H.323 NetVision® IP phones from Symbol Technologies
IP and TDM trunk capacities
Maximum 96 digital trunks (2 dual T1 cards supported in the server)
· T1 card supports T1/D4 , DPNSS and ISDN
· E1 supported in UK
Maximum 192 analogue trunks
Trunk Group Capacities
Mitel Networks 3200 ICP supports 255 trunk groups with a maximum of 200 trunks per group.
Operator Switchboard Console
A standalone Superset 1000 Superset 7000 dedicated console is supported via the SX-2000
Digital Network Interface (DNI) Lines
These provide an interface for Mitel digital telephones, consoles, and datasets. The
maximum loop resistance on a DNI line must be 280 ohms or less, and the loop length must
be 3300 ft. (1000 m) or less on 26-gauge wire.
On-Premises (ONS) Lines
(24 V per port) are for industry-standard rotary dial and DTMF telephones. The
external loop resistance on an ONS line must be 600 ohms or less, and the loop length must
be 5000 ft. (1500 m) or less on 26-gauge wire.
Off-Premises (OPS) Lines
(48 V per port) are for industry-standard telephones where the external loop resistance
exceeds 600 ohms or where lightning surge protection is required. The maximum loop
resistance on an OPS line must be 1800 ohms or less, and the loop length must be 19,000
ft. (5800 m) or less on 26-gauge wire.
Control Over Voice (COV) Lines
Provide an interface for voice mail systems. The maximum loop resistance on a COV line
must be 280 ohms or less, and the loop length must be 3300 ft. (1000 meters) or less on
The system supports CO, DID, E&M, MSDN/DPNSS, and MSAN/APNSS protocols.
The system supports MSDN/DPNSS, and DASS II (UK only) protocols.
Previously known as the Mitel Ipera 2000.
For more up to date information go to the Mitel web site.