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Digital Gateway allows reuse of Nortel's Norstar/BCM digital phones as TDM devices with a Asterisk Server.

Norstar/BCM digital phones work with Asterisk Server through the Digital Gateway, keeping their original phone user interfaces and having extended VoIP feature capabilities from the Asterisk Server.

The Asterisk Digital Gateway functionality is delivered in two ways:

  1. Digital Gateway Server that includes hardware and software for Norstar, BCM200, BCM400 and BCM1000 conversion.
  2. Solid State Drive (SSD) with correct software to convert existing BCM50 or BCM450 systems to a Digital Gateway.

If you have a Norstar system, BCM200, BCM400 or BCM1000, you will need to go with the first method.

 

BCM50

You must install this SSD in the main unit of your BCM50 telephone system.

Opening the BCM Main Unit

  1. Before you perform this procedure, attach a grounding strap connected to a grounded metal surface to your wrist.
  2. Disconnect all cables (including the power cable) from the BCM unit.
  3. Turn the BCM50 case over to gain access to screws at the bottom of the unit.
  4. Locate three screw holes marked with A and remove the screws.
  5. Turn the case back over to its upright position. Collect and save the three screws.
  6. While facing the BCM front side (the one with connectors), hold the bottom of the case and press on the top of the case with your thumbs. The top of the case will slide to the back by about ¼”. After that, lift the top of the case from the BCM unit.

 

Removing the Hard Drive

  1. If your BCM uses the newer hard disk bracket, remove two screws that attach the bracket to the bottom of the case.
  2. Remove fan wires from the clip(s) on the back of the hard disk bracket.
  3. Disengage the power connector latch gently with a flat screwdriver and disconnect the hard disk power cable from the main board.
  4. Press the latch on the red SATA data cable and disconnect the cable from the main board.
  5. Lift the hard disk bracket from the case and place it on a static-free surface.
  6. Remove four screws that secure the hard drive to the bracket and remove the hard drive from the bracket.
  7. Remove the power cable and the SATA data cable (or the combined SATA power and data cable) from the hard disk connectors

 

Installing the Solid State Drive

The mounting procedure for the SSD device differs slightly based on the type of the hard disk bracket you have in your system.

BCM50_SSD

Older Style BCM Hard Disk Bracket

  1. If you have the older style BCM hard disk bracket (one where the hard drive was mounted from the bottom of the bracket), first attach three of the fabric loop side fasteners to the top of the SSD.
  2. Press three of the hook side fasteners to the loop fasteners on the top of the SSD.
  3. Remove the plastic film from the loop side fasteners and press the entire SSD assembly firmly onto the metal drive bracket.
  4. Make sure the notch on the SATA power cable is properly aligned with the notch on the corresponding SSD connector and connect the power cable to the SSD. Then make sure the notch on the SATA data cable is properly aligned with the notch on the corresponding SSD connector and connect the data cable to the SSD.
  5. Insert the hard disk bracket with the SSD back into the BCM case (make sure that fan wires are properly routed through the cutout in the bracket).
    Note: Some BCM systems were shipped with two fans, but typically there is only one fan installed. If you have a single fan, it should be installed in the far left corner when facing the BCM front side with connectors.
  6. Reconnect the red SATA data cable and the power cable to the main board.
  7. Place fan wires back into the clip(s) on the hard disk bracket while making sure there is no slack.

 

Newer Style BCM Hard Disk Bracket

  1. If you have the newer style BCM hard disk bracket (one where the hard drive was mounted from the top of the bracket), first attach three of the fabric loop side fasteners to the bottom of the SSD.
  2. Press three of the hook side fasteners to the loop fasteners on the bottom of the SSD.
  3. Remove the plastic film from the loop side fasteners and press the entire SSD assembly firmly onto the metal drive bracket.
  4. If you have the combined SATA power and data cable, use the proper orientation and connect the cable to the SSD.
    If you have two separate cables, first make sure the notch on the SATA power cable is properly aligned with the notch on the corresponding SSD connector and connect the power cable to the SSD. Then make sure the notch on the SATA data cable is properly aligned with the notch on the corresponding SSD connector and connect the data cable to the SSD.
  5. Insert the hard disk bracket with the SSD back into the BCM case (make sure that fan wires are properly routed through the cutout in the bracket).

Note: Some BCM systems were shipped with two fans, but typically there is only one fan installed. If you have a single fan, it should be installed in the far left corner when facing the BCM front side with connectors (or in the bottom right corner if you turn the system around).

  1. Reconnect the red SATA data cable and the power cable to the main board.
  2. Place fan wires back into the clip(s) on the hard disk bracket while making sure there is no slack.
  3. Fasten the hard disk bracket to the BCM case with two screws that were used to attach the bracket.

 

Closing the BCM Main Unit

  1. While facing the BCM front side (the one with connectors), place the top of the BCM case onto the unit with side edges aligned and with the front side positioned back by about ¼”.
  2. Slide the top of the case to the front until it snaps into place.
  3. Turn the BCM50 case over to gain access to screw holes at the bottom of the unit.
  4. Insert the three screws you removed from the case into screw holes marked with A and tighten the screws.
  5. Turn the case back over to its upright position.

BCM450

Opening the BCM Main Unit

  1. Launch Element Manager.
  2. From the Administration tab, click the Utilities folder to expand it.
  3. From the Utilities folder, select Reset.
  4. Click Shutdown BCM System to shut down the system.
  5. Disconnect the BCM System from the AC power source.
  6. Attach one end of a grounding strap to your wrist and the other end to a grounded metal surface.
  7. On the bottom left of the base function tray, loosen the thumb screw and remove the hard disk bay faceplate.

Removing the Hard Drive

  1. Using your thumb and forefinger, pull the hard disk bracket out of the main unit.
  2. Place the hard disk and hard disk bracket from the main unit onto a flat, clean, static-free surface.
  3. Remove the four screws that secure the hard disk to the hard disk bracket.
  4. Lift the hard disk from the hard disk bracket, and set it on a flat, clean, staticfree surface.

 

Installing the Solid State Drive

  1. Place the Digital Gateway SSD Assembly in the hard disk bracket.
  2. Use the four hard disk bracket screws to secure the SSD Assembly to the bracket.
  3. Push the hard disk bracket into the hard disk bay (the left most slot).

 BCM450_SSD

Closing the BCM Main Unit

  1. Replace the hard disk bay faceplate, and tighten the thumb screw.
  2. Restart the BCM450. The HDD LED should be green indicating that the replacement disk was installed correctly.