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## AVAYA IP TELEPHONE CONFIGURATION FILE TEMPLATE
## *** August 29, 2013 ***
##
## This file is intended to be used as a template for configuring Avaya IP telephones.
## Parameters supported by software releases up through the following are included:
##
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3
## 96x1 SIP R6.2.2
## 96x0 H.323 R3.2.1
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.10
## 46xx H.323 R2.9.2
## 46xx SIP R2.2.2
## 364x SIP R1.1
## 3631 H.323 R1.3.0
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3
## 16CC SIP R1.0
## 1603 SIP R1.0
## 1692 H.323 R1.4
## Softphone SIP R2.1
##
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##
## Any line that does not begin with "SET ", "IF ", "GOTO ", "# " or "GET " is treated as a comment.
## To activate a setting, remove the "## " from the beginning of the line for that parameter so
## that the line begins with "SET ", and change the value to one appropriate for your environment.
##
## To include spaces in a value, the entire value must be enclosed in double quotes, as in:
## SET MYCERTCN "Avaya telephone with MAC address $MACADDR"
##
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##
## COMMON SETTINGS
##
## Settings in this section will be processed by all telephones,
## but not all parameters are supported by all telephones or all software releases.
## Settings for parameters that are not supported will be ignored.
## For more information, see the Administrator's Guide available at support.avaya.com
##
############### LAYER 2 VLAN AND QOS SETTINGS ##############
##
## L2Q specifies whether layer 2 frames generated by the telephone will have IEEE 802.1Q tags.
## Value Operation
## 0 Auto - frames will be tagged if the value of L2QVLAN is non-zero (default).
## 1 On - frames will always be tagged.
## 2 Off - frames will never be tagged.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via DHCP or LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2Q 0
##
## L2QVLAN specifies the voice VLAN ID to be used by IP telephones.
## Valid values are 0 through 4094; the default value is 0.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via DHCP or LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QVLAN 5
##
## L2QAUD specifies the layer 2 priority value for audio frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 6.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
## which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QAUD 7
##
## L2QSIG specifies the layer 2 priority value for signaling frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 6.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
## which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QSIG 7
##
## VLANSEP specifies whether VLAN separation will be enabled by the built-in Ethernet switch
## while the telephone is tagging frames with a non-zero VLAN ID. When VLAN separation is enabled,
## only frames with a VLAN ID that is the same as the VLAN ID being used by the telephone
## (as well as priority-tagged and untagged frames) will be forwarded to the telephone.
## Also, if the value of PHY2VLAN (see below) is non-zero, only frames with a VLAN ID that is
## the same as the value of PHY2VLAN (as well as priority-tagged and untagged frames) will be
## forwarded to the secondary (PHY2) Ethernet interface, and tagged frames received on the
## secondary Ethernet interface will have their VLAN ID changed to the value of PHY2VLAN and
## their priority value changed to the value of PHY2PRIO (see below).
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled.
## 1 Enabled if L2Q, L2QVLAN and PHY2VLAN are set appropriately (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET VLANSEP 0
##
## PHY2VLAN specifies the VLAN ID to be used by frames forwarded to and from the secondary
## (PHY2) Ethernet interface when VLAN separation (see VLANSEP above) is enabled.
## Valid values are 0 through 4094; the default value is 0.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY2VLAN 1
##
## PHY2PRIO specifies the layer 2 priority value to be used for frames received on the secondary
## (PHY2) Ethernet interface when VLAN separation (see VLANSEP above) is enabled.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 0.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY2PRIO 2
##
#################### LAYER 3 QOS SETTINGS ##################
##
## DSCPAUD specifies the layer 3 Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Code Point
## for audio frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 63; the default value is 46.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
## which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSCPAUD 43
##
## DSCPSIG specifies the layer 3 Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Code Point
## for signaling frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 63; the default value is 34.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
## which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSCPSIG 41
##
###################### DHCP SETTINGS #######################
##
## DHCPSTD specifies whether DHCP will comply with the IETF RFC 2131 standard and
## immediately stop using an IP address if the lease expires, or whether it will
## enter an extended rebinding state in which it continues to use the address and
## to periodically send a rebinding request, as well as to periodically send an
## ARP request to check for address conflicts, until a response is received from
## a DHCP server or until a conflict is detected.
## Value Operation
## 0 Continue using the address in an extended rebinding state (default).
## 1 Immediately stop using the address.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DHCPSTD 1
##
## VLANTEST specifies the number of seconds that DHCP will be attempted with a
## non-zero VLAN ID before switching to a VLAN ID of zero (if the value of L2Q is 1)
## or to untagged frames (if the value of L2Q is 0).
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 60.
## A value of zero means that DHCP will try with a non-zero VLAN ID forever.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.8 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET VLANTEST 90
##
## REUSETIME specifies the number of seconds that DHCP will be attempted with a VLAN ID of
## zero (if the value of L2Q is 1) or with untagged frames (if the value of L2Q is 0 or 2)
## before reusing the IP address (and associated address information) that it had the last
## time it successfully registered with a call server, if such an address is available.
## While reusing an address, DHCP will enter the extended rebinding state described above
## for DHCPSTD.
## Valid values are 0 and 20 through 999; the default value is 60.
## A value of zero means that DHCP will try forever (i.e., no reuse).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET REUSETIME 90
##
####################### DNS SETTINGS #######################
##
## DNSSRVR specifies a list of DNS server addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or colon-hex (IPv6, if supported)
## format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## A value set in this file will replace any value set for DNSSRVR via DHCP.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.6 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET DNSSRVR 10.196.186.2
##
## DOMAIN specifies a character string that will be appended to parameter values
## that are specified as DNS names, before the name is resolved.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.6 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 63 characters only)
## 3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET DOMAIN lefty.lan
##
###################### LOGIN SETTINGS ######################
##
## QKLOGINSTAT specifies whether a password must always be entered manually at the login screen.
## Value Operation
## 0 Manual password entry is mandatory. (default for 96x0 SIP R2.0 - R2.5)
## 1 A "quick login" is allowed by pressing the # or Continue key.
## (default for H.323, 96x0 SIP R2.6+, and 96x1 SIP R6.0+)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET QKLOGINSTAT 0
##
################### SERVER SETTINGS (H.323) ################
##
## MCIPADD specifies a list of H.323 call server IP addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), or
## DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## A value set in this file will replace any value set for MCIPADD via DHCP.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET MCIPADD 135.9.49.202,135.9.10.12,135.9.134.50,135.11.27.15,135.11.28.66
##
## VUMCIPADD specifies a list of H.323 call server IP addresses for the Visiting User feature.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.5 and later
## SET VUMCIPADD callsv1.myco.com,callsv2.myco.com,135.42.28.66
##
## STATIC specifies whether a file server or call server IP address that has been
## manually programmed into the telephone will be used instead of values received
## for TLSSRVR, HTTPSRVR or MCIPADD via DHCP or this settings file.
## Value Operation
## 0 File server and call server IP addresses received via DHCP or
## this file are used instead of manually programmed values (default).
## 1 A manually programmed file server IP address will be used.
## 2 A manually programmed call server IP address will be used.
## 3 A manually programmed file server or call server IP address will be used.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET STATIC 0
##
## UNNAMEDSTAT specifies whether unnamed registration will be initiated by the telephone
## if a value is not entered at the Extension registration prompt within one minute.
## Unnamed registration provides the telephone with a restricted class of service
## (such as emergency calls) if administered on the call server.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.8.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
## SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
##
## REREGISTER specifies the delay interval in minutes before and between reregistration attempts.
## Valid values are 1 through 120; the default value is 20.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET REREGISTER 25
##
## GRATARP specifies whether an existing ARP cache entry will be updated with a MAC address
## received in a gratuitous (unsolicited) ARP message.
## Value Operation
## 0 Gratuitous ARP messages will be ignored (default).
## 1 Gratuitous ARP messages will be processed to update an existing ARP cache entry.
## Note: In an H.323 Processor Ethernet Duplication (PE Dup) environment,
## if the PE Dup server and the telephone are in the same subnet, this should be set to 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later releases
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later releases
## SET GRATARP 0
##
######### GUEST LOGIN (AND VISITING USER) SETTINGS (H.323 only) #########
##
## GUESTLOGINSTAT specifies whether the Guest Login feature is available to users.
## Value Operation
## 0 Guest Login feature is not available to users (default)
## 1 Guest Login feature is available to users
## SET GUESTLOGINSTAT 0
##
## GUESTDURATION specifies the duration (in hours) before a Guest Login or a
## Visiting User login will be automatically logged off if the telephone is idle.
## Valid values are integers from 1 to 12, with a default value of 2.
## SET GUESTDURATION 2
##
## GUESTWARNING specifies the number of minutes before time specified by GUESTDURATION that
## a warning of the automatic logoff is initially presented to the Guest or Visiting User.
## Valid values are integers from 1 to 15, with a default value of 5.
## SET GUESTWARNING 5
##
################# SERVER SETTINGS (ALL SIP) ################
##
## SIPDOMAIN specifies the domain name to be used during SIP registration.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 60 characters only)
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET SIPDOMAIN lefty.lan
##
## SIPPORT specifies the port the telephone will open to receive SIP signaling messages.
## Valid values are 1024 through 65535; the default value is 5060.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: Older SIP software releases also use the value of this parameter as the
## destination port for transmitted SIP messages. However, for newer releases
## that support SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST (see below), the value of that parameter
## is used to specify the destination port for transmitted SIP messages.
SET SIPPORT 5060
##
################ SERVER SETTINGS (LATEST SIP) ##############
##
## SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST specifies a list of SIP controller designators,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces,
## where each controller designator has the following format:
## host[:port][;transport=xxx]
## host is an IP address in dotted-decimal or DNS name format.
## [:port] is an optional port number.
## [;transport=xxx] is an optional transport type where xxx can be tls, tcp, or udp.
## If a port number is not specified a default value of 5060 for TCP and UDP or 5061 for TLS is used.
## If a transport type is not specified, a default value of tls is used.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST proxy1:5060;transport=tls,proxy2:5060;transport=tls
SET SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST 10.196.186.70:5060;transport=udp
##
## SIPREGPROXYPOLICY specifies whether the telephone will attempt to maintain
## one or multiple simultaneous registrations.
## Value Operation
## alternate Only a single registration will be attempted and maintained.
## simultaneous Simultaneous registrations will be attempted and maintained with all available controllers.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; the default value is simultaneous.
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x; the default value is alternate.
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later; the default value is alternate.
SET SIPREGPROXYPOLICY simultaneous
##
## SIMULTANEOUS_REGISTRATIONS specifies the number of Session Managers
## with which the telephone will simultaneously register.
## Valid values are 1, 2 or 3; the default value is 3.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET SIMULTANEOUS_REGISTRATIONS 3
##
## ENABLE_PPM_SOURCED_SIPPROXYSRVR parameter enables PPM as a source of SIP proxy server information.
## Value Operation
## 0 Proxy server information received from PPM will not be used.
## 1 Proxy server information received from PPM will be used (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET ENABLE_PPM_SOURCED_SIPPROXYSRVR 1.
##
## CONFIG_SERVER specifies the address of the Avaya configuration server.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,
## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value may contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
## SET CONFIG_SERVER ppm.myco.com
##
## CONFIG_SERVER_SECURE_MODE specifies whether HTTP or HTTPS is used to access the configuration server.
## Value Operation
## 0 use HTTP (default for 96x0 R2.0 through R2.5)
## 1 use HTTPS (default for other releases)
## 2 use HTTPS if SIP transport mode is TLS, otherwise use HTTP
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET CONFIG_SERVER_SECURE_MODE 1
##
################ SERVER SETTINGS (OLDER SIP) ###############
##
## SIPPROXYSRVR specifies a list of addresses of SIP proxy servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (only supports one address)
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
SET SIPPROXYSRVR 10.196.186.70
##
## SIPSIGNAL specifies the type of transport used for SIP signaling.
## Value Operation
## 0 UDP
## 1 TCP
## 2 TLS (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
SET SIPSIGNAL 0
##
## SIP_PORT_SECURE specifies the destination TCP port for SIP messages sent over TLS.
## Valid values are 1024 through 65535; the default value is 5061.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SIP_PORT_SECURE 5061
##
## ENABLE_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT specifies whether the telephone is configured
## for use in an Avaya (SES) or a third-party proxy environment.
## Value Operation
## 0 3rd party proxy with "SIPPING 19" features
## 1 Avaya SES with AST features and PPM (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT 0
##
######### NON-AVAYA ENVIRONMENT SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ########
##
## MWISRVR specifies a list of addresses of Message Waiting Indicator servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET MWISRVR 192.168.0.7
##
## DIALPLAN specifies the dial plan used in the telephone.
## It accelerates dialing by eliminating the need to wait for
## the INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT timer to expire.
## The value can contain 0 to 1023 characters; the default value is null ("").
## See the telephone Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET DIALPLAN [23]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9[2-9]xxxxxxxxx
##
## PHNNUMOFSA specifies the number of Session Appearances the telephone
## should support while operating in a non-Avaya environment.
## Valid values are 1 through 10; the default value is 3.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET PHNNUMOFSA 3
##
################## TIME SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #################
##
## SNTPSRVR specifies a list of addresses of SNTP servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (only supports one address)
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET SNTPSRVR 10.196.186.2
##
## GMTOFFSET specifies the time offset from GMT in hours and minutes.
## The format begins with an optional "+" or "-" ("+" is assumed if omitted),
## followed by 0 through 12 (hours), followed by a colon (:),
## followed by 00 through 59 (minutes). The default value is 0:00.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (see Note below)
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: For the 364x, only values of 00, 15, 30 and 45 are supported for minutes,
## other values are set to 00.
## SET GMTOFFSET 0:00
##
## DSTOFFSET specifies the time offset in hours of daylight savings time from local standard time.
## Valid values are 0, 1, or 2; the default value is 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSTOFFSET 1
##
## DSTSTART specifies when to apply the offset for daylight savings time.
## The default value for all telephones except the 46xx is 2SunMar2L
## (the second Sunday in March at 2AM local time).
## The default value for 46xx telephones is 1SunApr2L
## (the first Sunday in April at 2AM local time),
## which is now obsolete for North America so it should be set below.
## See the Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSTSTART 2SunMar2L
##
## DSTSTOP specifies when to stop applying the offset for daylight savings time.
## The default value for all telephones except the 46xx is 1SunNov2L
## (the first Sunday in November at 2AM local time).
## The default value for 46xx telephones is LSunOct2L
## (the last Sunday in October at 2AM local time),
## which is now obsolete for North America so it should be set below.
## See the Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSTSTOP 1SunNov2L
##
################## TIMER SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###############
##
## WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## for a response to a REGISTER request. If no response message is received within this time,
## registration will be retried based on the value of RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600; the default value is 32.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: For Avaya Distributed Office configurations prior to R2.0, this parameter must be set to 60.
## SET WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER 60
##
## REGISTERWAIT specifies the number of seconds between re-registrations with the current server.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default value is 900.
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default value is 900.
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.2; valid values are 10 to 1000000000; the default value is 3600.
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later; valid values are 0 to 65535; the default value is 3600.
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later; valid values are 60 to 3600; the default value is 3600.
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later; valid values are 10 to 1000000000; the default value is 3600.
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default value is 900.
## SET REGISTERWAIT 1000
##
## RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT specifies a number of seconds.
## If no response is received to a REGISTER request within the number of seconds specified
## by WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER, the telephone will try again after a randomly selected
## delay of 50% to 90% of the value of RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT.
## Valid values are 10 through 36000; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT 90
##
## WAIT_FOR_UNREGISTRATION_TIMER specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## before assuming that an un-registration request is complete.
## Un-registration includes termination of registration and all active dialogs.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600; the default value is 32.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET WAIT_FOR_UNREGISTRATION_TIMER 45
##
## WAIT_FOR_INVITE_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT specifies the maximum number of seconds that the
## telephone will wait for another response after receiving a SIP 100 Trying response.
## Valid values are 30 through 180; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later.
## SET WAIT_FOR_INVITE_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT 90
##
## OUTBOUND_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST_DURATION specifies the duration in seconds requested by the
## telephone in SUBSCRIBE messages, which may be decreased in the response from the server.
## Valid values are 60 through 31536000 (one year); the default value is 86400 (one day).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later.
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later.
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (currently used only for avaya-ccs-profile
## subscription as message-summary is controlled by REGISTERWAIT timer).
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET OUTBOUND_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST_DURATION 604800
##
## NO_DIGITS_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## for a digit to be dialed after going off-hook before generating a warning tone.
## Valid values are 1 through 60; the default value is 20.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET NO_DIGITS_TIMEOUT 15
##
## INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## after a digit is dialed before sending a SIP INVITE.
## Valid values are 1 through 10; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT 6
##
## FAILED_SESSION_REMOVAL_TIMER specifies the number of seconds the telephone will
## display a session line appearance and generate re-order tone after an invalid
## extension has been dialed if the user does not press the End Call softkey.
## Valid values are 5 through 999; the default value is 30.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET FAILED_SESSION_REMOVAL_TIMER 15
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_STATUS specifies whether or not the telephone sends TCP keep alive messages.
## Value Operation
## 0 Keep-alive messages are not sent
## 1 Keep-alive messages are sent (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_STATUS 0
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## before sending out a TCP keep-alive (TCP ACK) message.
## Valid values are 10 through 3600; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME 45
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## before re-transmitting a TCP keep-alive (TCP ACK) message.
## Valid values are 5 through 60; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_INTERVAL 15
##
## CONTROLLER_SEARCH_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds the telephone will wait
## to complete the maintenance check for monitored controllers.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (default value is 16)
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later (default value is 16)
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 - R2.6.4 (default value is 4)
## SET CONTROLLER_SEARCH_INTERVAL 20
##
## ASTCONFIRMATION specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait to validate
## an active subscription when it SUBSCRIBEs to the "avaya-cm-feature-status" package.
## Valid values are 16 through 3600; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET ASTCONFIRMATION 90
##
## FAST_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## before terminating an INVITE transaction if no response is received.
## However, a value of 0 means that this timer is disabled.
## Valid values are 0 through 32; the default value is 4.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## SET FAST_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT 5
##
## RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_TIME specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
## the first time before trying to contact the PPM server again after a failed attempt.
## Each subsequent retry will be delayed by double the previous delay.
## Valid values are 2 through 60, the default value is 2.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_TIME 4
##
## RDS_MAX_RETRY_TIME specifies the maximum delay interval in seconds after which
## the telephone will abandon its attempt to contact the PPM server.
## Valid values are 2 through 3600, the default value is 600.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## SET RDS_MAX_RETRY_TIME 600
##
## RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_ATTEMPTS specifies the number of retries after which
## the telephone will abandon its attempt to contact the PPM server.
## Valid values are 1 through 30, the default value is 15.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_ATTEMPTS 20
##
############# CONFERENCING SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## CONFERENCE_FACTORY_URI specifies the URI for Avaya Aura Conferencing.
## Valid values contain zero or one URI,
## where a URI consists of a dial string followed by "@" followed by a domain,
## which must match the routing pattern configured in System Manager for Adhoc Conferencing.
## Depending on the dial plan, the dial string may need a prefix code, such as a 9 to get an outside line.
## The domain portion of the URI can be in the form of an IP address or an FQDN.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2.1 and later
## SET CONFERENCE_FACTORY_URI "93375000@avaya.com"
##
## EVENT_NOTIFY_AVAYA_MAX_USERS specifies the maximum number of users to be included in
## an event notification message from CM/AST-II or Avaya Aura Conferencing R6.0 or later.
## Valid values are 0 through 1000; the default value is 20.
## It is used only for development and debugging purposes.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET EVENT_NOTIFY_AVAYA_MAX_USERS 10
##
################ PRESENCE SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ##############
##
## ENABLE_PRESENCE specifies whether presence will be supported.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later (default is 1)
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.8 and later (default is 1)
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and R2.6.7 (default is 0)
## SET ENABLE_PRESENCE 1
##
## PRESENCE_SERVER specifies the address of the Presence server.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,
## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value may contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and later
## SET PRESENCE_SERVER 192.168.0.5:8090
##
## ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_ON_THE_PHONE_PRESENCE specifies whether a presence status
## of "on the phone" will be sent out automatically when the user goes off-hook.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and later
## SET ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_ON_THE_PHONE_PRESENCE 0
##
########### INSTANT MESSAGING SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ##########
##
## INSTANT_MSG_ENABLED specifies whether Instant Messaging will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET INSTANT_MSG_ENABLED 1
##
############### EXCHANGE SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###############
##
## EXCHANGE_SERVER_LIST specifies a list of one or more Exchange server IP addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_SERVER_LIST exch1.myco.com,exch2.myco.com,exch3.myco.com
##
## PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CONTACTS specifies whether menu item(s) for Exchange Contacts are displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 Not displayed
## 1 Displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 through R2.4 only
## SET PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 0
##
## PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR specifies whether menu item(s) for Exchange Calendar are displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 Not displayed
## 1 Displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 0
##
## USE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR specifies whether calendar data will be retrieved from Microsoft Exchange.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x only (set only by user option in R6.2 and later)
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET USE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 1
##
## EXCHANGE_USER_DOMAIN specifies the domain for the URL
## used to obtain Exchange contacts and calendar data.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_USER_DOMAIN exchange.myco.com
##
## ENABLE_EXCHANGE_REMINDER specifies whether or not Exchange reminders will be displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 Not displayed (default)
## 1 Displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET ENABLE_EXCHANGE_REMINDER 1
##
## EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TIME specifies the number of minutes before an appointment
## at which a reminder will be displayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TIME 7
##
## EXCHANGE_SNOOZE_TIME specifies the number of minutes after a reminder has been
## temporarily dismissed at which the reminder will be redisplayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_SNOOZE_TIME 4
##
## EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TONE specifies whether or not a tone will be generated
## the first time an Exchange reminder is displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 Tone not generated
## 1 Tone generated (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TONE 0
##
## EXCHANGE_NOTIFY_SUBSCRIPTION_PERIOD specifies the number of seconds between re-syncs
## with the Exchange server.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; valid values are 60 through 3600; the default value is 180.
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x; valid values are 0 through 3600; the default value is 180.
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later; valid values are 0 through 3600; the default value is 180.
## SET EXCHANGE_NOTIFY_SUBSCRIPTION_PERIOD 200
##
################### OTHER SIP-ONLY SETTINGS ################
##
## SPEAKERSTAT specifies the operation of the speakerphone.
## Value Operation
## 0 Speakerphone disabled
## 1 One-way speaker (also called "monitor") enabled
## 2 Full (two-way) speakerphone enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
SET SPEAKERSTAT 2
##
## SDPCAPNEG specifies whether or not SDP capability negotiation is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 SDP capability negotiation is disabled
## 1 SDP capability negotiation is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET SDPCAPNEG 0
##
## ENFORCE_SIPS_URI specifies whether a SIPS URI must be used for SRTP.
## Value Operation
## 0 Not enforced
## 1 Enforced (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET ENFORCE_SIPS_URI 1
##
## 100REL_SUPPORT specifies whether the 100rel option tag is included in the SIP INVITE header field.
## Value Operation
## 0 The tag will not be included.
## 1 The tag will be included (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET 100REL_SUPPORT 1
##
## DISPLAY_NAME_NUMBER specifies whether the name and/or number will be displayed for
## incoming calls, and if both are displayed, the order in which they are displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 Only the name will be displayed for incoming calls.
## 1 The name and number will be displayed for incoming calls.
## 2 Only the number will be displayed for incoming calls.
## 3 The number and name will be displayed for incoming calls.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; valid values 0 through 3; the default value is 0.
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x; valid values 0 through 1; the default value is 0.
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later; valid values 0 through 3; the default value is 0.
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 through R2.6.4; valid values 0 through 1; the default value is 0.
SET DISPLAY_NAME_NUMBER 1
##
## HOTLINE specifies zero or one hotline number.
## Valid values can contain up to 30 dialable characters (0-9, *, #).
## The default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET HOTLINE ""
##
## PLAY_TONE_UNTIL_RTP specifies whether locally-generated ringback tone will stop
## as soon as SDP is received for an early media session, or whether it will continue
## until RTP is actually received from the far-end party.
## Value Operation
## 0 Stop ringback tone as soon as SDP is received
## 1 Continue ringback tone until RTP is received (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PLAY_TONE_UNTIL_RTP 0
##
## PLUS_ONE specifies whether pressing the 1 key during dialing will alternate between 1 and +.
## Value Operation
## 0 1 key only dials 1 (default).
## 1 1 key alternates between 1 and +.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PLUS_ONE 1
##
## TEAM_BUTTON_RING_TYPE specifies the alerting pattern to use for team buttons.
## Valid values are 1 through 8, the default value is 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET TEAM_BUTTON_RING_TYPE 3
##
## SECURECALL specifies whether an icon will be displayed when SRTP is being used.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SECURECALL 1
##
## LOCALLY_ENFORCE_PRIVACY_HEADER specifies whether the telephone will display
## "Restricted" (in the current language) instead of CallerId information when
## a Privacy header is received in a SIP INVITE message for an incoming call.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default): CallerID information will be displayed
## 1 Enabled: "Restricted" will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET LOCALLY_ENFORCE_PRIVACY_HEADER 1
##
## BRANDING_VOLUME specifies the volume level at which the Avaya audio brand is played.
## Value Operation
## 8 9db above nominal
## 7 6db above nominal
## 6 3db above nominal
## 5 nominal (default)
## 4 3db below nominal
## 3 6db below nominal
## 2 9db below nominal
## 1 12db below nominal
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET BRANDING_VOLUME 2
##
## ENABLE_OOD_MSG_TLS_ONLY specifies whether an Out-Of-Dialog (OOD) REFER
## must be received over TLS transport to be accepted.
## Value Operation
## 0 No, TLS is not required
## 1 Yes, TLS is required (default)
## Note: A value of 0 is only intended for testing purposes.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_OOD_MSG_TLS_ONLY 1
##
## PROVIDE_EDITED_DIALING specifies control for editied dialing for user.
## Value Operation
## 0 Dialing Options is not displayed. Edit dialing is disabled.
## The user cannot change edit dialing and the phone defaults to on-hook dialing.
## 1 Dialing Options is not displayed. On hook dialing is disabled.
## The user cannot change edit dialing and the phone defaults to edit dialing.
## 2 Dialing Options is displayed (default).
## The user can change edit dialing and the phone defaults to on-hook dialing.
## 3 Dialing Options is displayed.
## The user can change edit dialing and the phone defaults to edit dialing.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## PROVIDE_EDITED_DIALING 2
##
## VU_MODE specifies visiting user mode capabilities.
## Value Operation
## 0 No visiting user support (default).
## 1 User is prompted at registration time as to whether or not they are visiting.
## 2 Only visiting user registrations are allowed.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET VU_MODE 0
##
############ ACCESSIBILITY SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## PROVIDE_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY specifies how long a navigation button must be held down
## before it begins to auto-repeat, and whether an option will be provided by which
## the user can change this value.
## Value Operation
## 0 Default (500ms) with user option (default)
## 1 Short (250ms) with user option
## 2 Long (1000ms) with user option
## 3 Very Long (2000ms) with user option
## 4 No Repeat with user option
## 5 Default (500ms) without user option
## 6 Short (250ms) without user option
## 7 Long (1000ms) without user option
## 8 Very Long (2000ms) without user option
## 9 No Repeat without user option
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PROVIDE_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY 2
##
################### HANDSET EQUALIZATION ###################
##
## ADMIN_HSEQUAL specifies handset audio equalization standards compliance
## Note that this value will only have an effect on a telephone if the handset equalization
## has not been set by the user or by the HSEQUAL local procedure for that telephone.
## Value Operation
## 1 Use handset equalization that is compliant with TIA 810/920 (default)
## 2 Use handset equalization that is compliant with FCC Part 68 HAC requirements
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.4 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
## SET ADMIN_HSEQUAL 2
##
################ EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER ################
##
## PHNEMERGNUM specifies an emergency telephone number to be dialed if the associated button is selected.
## Valid values may contain up to 30 dialable characters (0-9, *, #); the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.5 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 4630 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 16 digits only)
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 9911
##
############ EMERGENCY NUMBER SOFTKEY (SIP ONLY) ###########
##
## ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK specifies whether an emergency softkey,
## with or without a confirmation screen, will be displayed when the phone is registered.
## All emergency numbers will always be supported.
## Value Operation
## 0 An emergency softkey will not be displayed.
## 1 An emergency softkey will be displayed, without a confirmation screen.
## 2 An emergency softkey will be displayed, with a confirmation screen (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK 1
##
## ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK_UNREG specifies whether an emergency softkey,
## with or without a confirmation screen, will be displayed when the phone is not registered.
## All emergency numbers will always be supported.
## Value Operation
## 0 An emergency softkey will not be displayed.
## 1 An emergency softkey will be displayed, without a confirmation screen.
## 2 An emergency softkey will be displayed, with a confirmation screen (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK_UNREG 1
##
############## APPLICATION ACCESS SETTINGS ###############
##
## APPSTAT restricts access to certain applications.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Log and Redial are suppressed and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed
## 1 Call Log, Redial and Speed Dial/Contacts work without restrictions (default)
## 2 Call Log is suppressed, the Last-6-numbers Redial option is suppressed,
## and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed
## 3 Changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed; other applications work without restrictions
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
SET APPSTAT 1
##
################## OPTION ACCESS SETTINGS ##################
##
## OPSTAT restricts access to certain user options.
## Value Operation
## 000 user options are not accessible
## 001 user can only access the Log-Off Option.
## 010 user can only access view-only options, they cannot change any settings
## 011 user can only access view-only options and the Log-Off Option
## 100 user can access all options except the view-only options and the Log-Off option
## 101 user can access all options except the view-only options
## 110 user can access all the options except the Log-Off option
## 111 user can invoke any or all of the user options (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
SET OPSTAT 111
##
## OPSTAT2 specifies whether customized labels from a backup file will be used
## even if the first digit of the value of OPSTAT is "0".
## Value Operation
## 0 Customized labels from a backup file will not be used (default)
## 1 Customized labels from a backup file will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET OPSTAT2 1
##
## SYSAUDIOPATH specifies whether the Audio Path option will be displayed
## for user selection or whether the audio path used for a server-initiated
## off-hook command will be determined by this parameter.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Audio Path option is displayed for user selection (default)
## 1 The audio path is set to Speaker
## 2 The audio path is set to Headset
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SYSAUDIOPATH 1
##
################ PHONE SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ###############
##
## PHNSCRALL specifies whether separate screens will be displayed for call appearances and features.
## Value Operation
## 0 Separate screens will be displayed for call appearances and features (default)
## 1 A consolidated screen will be displayed that includes call appearances and features
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET PHNSCRALL 1
##
## EOEDITDIAL specifies whether a # character will be inserted at the end of Edit Dialing strings.
## Value Operation
## 0 # will not be inserted
## 1 # will be inserted (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 H.323 R3.2 and later
## SET EOEDITDIAL 0
##
## FBONCASCREEN specifies whether features will be displayed on the same screen as call appearances
## when the value of PHNSCRALL is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 Features will not be displayed on the same screen as call appearances (default)
## 1 As many features as will fit will be displayed on the same screen as call appearances,
## in addition to being displayed on a separate feature screen.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET FBONCASCREEN 1
##
##################### CALL LOG SETTINGS ####################
##
## CLDISPCONTENT specifies whether the name, the number, or both will be displayed for Call Log entries.
## Value Operation
## 0 Both the name and the number will be displayed
## 1 Only the name will be displayed (default)
## 2 Only the number will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later (only supports values of 0 or 1)
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (only supports values of 0 or 1)
## 96x0 H.323 R3.2 and later
## SET CLDISPCONTENT 0
##
############## CALL LOG SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## CLDELCALLBK specifies whether a Call Log entry will be deleted when a callback is initiated
## by pressing the Call softkey from the entry's Details screen.
## Value Operation
## 0 Entries will not be deleted when a callback in initiated (default)
## 1 Entries will be deleted when a callback in initiated
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET CLDELCALLBK 1
##
## LOGMISSEDONCE specifies whether Call Log will display more than one
## missed Call Log entry from the same caller.
## Value Operation
## 0 Multiple Call Log entries will be displayed per caller (default)
## 1 Only one missed Call Log entry will be displayed per caller
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGMISSEDONCE 1
##
## LOGUNSEEN specifies whether incoming calls that did not cause alerting will be logged
## as missed calls (e.g., calls that are forwarded because the phone is busy).
## Value Operation
## 0 Unseen calls will not be logged (default)
## 1 Unseen calls will be logged
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGUNSEEN 1
##
## LOGBACKUP specifies whether Call Log entries will be backed up to,
## and restored from, the backup/restore file.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Log entries will not be backed up and restored
## 1 Call Log entries will be backed up and restored (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGBACKUP 0
##
## CLBACKUPTIMESTAT specifies whether Call Log entries will be backed up only after
## a minimum interval as specified by the value of CLBACKUPTIME.
## Note that this parameter only has an effect if the value of LOGBACKUP is 1.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Log entries will be backed up as they are created (default)
## 1 Call Log entries will be backed up after the interval specified by CLBACKUPTIME
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.3 and later
## SET CLBACKUPTIMESTAT 1
##
## CLBACKUPTIME specifies the minimum interval, in minutes, between backups of the Call Log,
## if the values of LOGBACKUP and CLBACKUPTIMESTAT are both 1.
## Valid values are 10 through 60; the default value is 15.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.3 and later
## SET CLBACKUPTIME 20
##
############## RING TONE SETTING (H.323 ONLY) ############
##
## DEFAULTRING specifies the default ring tone.
## Valid values are 1 through 14; the default value is 9.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET DEFAULTRING 12
##
################ TIMER SETTING (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## TIMERSTAT specifies whether Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will be presented to the user.
## Value Operation
## 0 Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will not be presented to the user (default)
## 1 Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will be presented to the user
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
SET TIMERSTAT 1
##
####################### USB SETTINGS #######################
##
## USBPOWER controls when power is provided to the USB interface.
## Value Operation
## 0 Turn off USB power regardless of power source.
## 1 Turn on USB power only if Aux powered.
## 2 Turn on USB power regardless of power source (default).
## 3 Turn on USB power if Aux powered or PoE Class 3 power.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## SET USBPOWER 0
##
## USBLOGINSTAT specifies whether the USB Login/Logout feature is enabled
## Value Operation
## 0 USB Login/Logout feature is disabled.
## 1 USB Login/Logout feature is enabled (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET USBLOGINSTAT 1
##
########### BLUETOOTH SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## BLUETOOTHSTAT specifies whether the user is given an option to enable Bluetooth.
## Value Operation
## 0 Bluetooth is disabled and the user is not given an option to enable it
## 1 The user is given an option to enable Bluetooth (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET BLUETOOTHSTAT 0
##
## HEADSETBIDIR specifies whether bidirectional signaling
## on the headset interface will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Switchhook and alerting signaling are both enabled
## 2 Only switchhook signaling is enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later (values 0-2)
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later (values 0-1)
## Note that 96x1 H.323 R6.2 only supported signaling for alerting.
## SET HEADSETBIDIR 1
##
########## AUTO-ANSWER SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) #############
##
## AUTOANSSTAT specifies the operation of the local auto-answer capability.
## Value Operation
## 0 Auto-answer is disabled (default).
## 1 Auto-answer is always enabled.
## 2 Auto-answer is enabled if the incoming call is on a primary call appearance.
## 3 Auto-answer is always enabled if the user is logged into a call center.
## 4 Auto-answer is enabled if the user is logged into a call center
## and if the incoming call is on a primary call appearance.
## Note: Auto-answer also depends on the value of AUTOANSSTRING (see below).
## Also, if the call server is administered to provide auto-answer capability,
## the call server administration will take precedence over AUTOANSSTAT.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSSTAT 1
##
## AUTOANSSTRING specifies a substring that must appear in the call-associated
## display message for an incoming call if that call is to be auto-answered.
## If the value of AUTOANSSTRING is null, no substring is required.
## The value can contain 0 to 15 characters; the default value is null ("").
## Note: Auto-answer also depends on the value of AUTOANSSTAT (see above).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSSTRING
##
## AUTOANSALERT specifies whether the telephone will audibly alert for auto-answered calls.
## Value Operation
## 0 Auto-answered calls will not alert (default).
## 1 Auto-answered calls will alert.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSALERT 1
##
################### CALL CENTER SETTINGS #################
##
## HEADSYS specifies whether the telephone will go on-hook if the headset is active
## when a Disconnect message is received.
## Value Operation
## 0 The telephone will go on-hook if a Disconnect message is received when the headset is active
## 1 Disconnect messages are ignored when the headset is active
## Note: a value of 2 has the same effect as a value of 0, and
## a value of 3 has the same effect as a value of 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later (the default value is 0 unless the value
## of CALLCTRSTAT is set to 1, in which case the default value is 1)
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and R6.2 ignore this parameter, and will ignore Disconnect messages
## if the user is logged in as a call center agent. If the user is not logged in
## as a call center agent, the telephone will go on-hook if a Disconnect message
## is received when the headset is active.
## 96x1 H.323 releases prior to R6.1 (the default value is 1)
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (the default value is 1)
## 96x0 H.323 R1.2 and later (the default value is 1)
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later (the default value is 1)
## SET HEADSYS 0
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (96x1 SIP ONLY) ############
##
## SKILLSCREENTIME specifies the duration, in seconds, that the Skills screen will be displayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## A value of 0 means that the Skills screen will not be removed automatically when the agent logs in.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SKILLSCREENTIME 5
##
## UUIDISPLAYTIME specifies the duration, in seconds, that the UUI Information screen will be displayed.
## Valid values are 5 through 60; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET UUIDISPLAYTIME 10
##
## ENTRYNAME specifies whether the Calling Party Name or the VDN/Skill Name will be used in History entries.
## Value Operation
## 0 Calling Party Name will be used (default)
## 1 VDN/Skill Name will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENTRYNAME 1
##
## BUTTON_MAPPINGS specifies a list of Button=Status pairs that change the operation
## of some of the buttons on the telephone.
## Button=Status pairs are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Valid Button values are "Forward", "Speaker", "Hookswitch", and "Headset".
## Valid Status values are "na" and "cc-release".
## Value Operation
## na The corresponding button will be disabled.
## cc-release The button will invoke the cc-release feature.
## If the value of BUTTON_MAPPINGS is null (the default), all buttons will operate normally.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET BUTTON_MAPPINGS Forward=na,Speaker=cc-release,Hookswitch=na,Headset=na
##
## CC_INFO_TIMER specifies the duration, in hours, of the subscription to the SIP CC-Info event package.
## Valid values are 1 through 24; the default value is 8.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET CC_INFO_TIMER 8
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (96x1 H.323 ONLY) ##########
##
## CALLCTRSTAT specifies whether Call Center features will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Center features will be disabled (default)
## 1 Call Center features will be enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET CALLCTRSTAT 1
##
## OPSTATCC specifies whether Call Center options such as Greetings will be presented
## to the user even if the value of OPSTAT is set to disable user options.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for OPSTATCC to be used.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Center options will be displayed based on the value of OPSTAT (default)
## 1 Call Center options will be displayed based on the value of OPSTATCC
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET OPSTATCC 1
##
## AGTACTIVESK specifies which softkeys will be displayed for active call center calls
## Value Operation
## 0 Softkeys will be displayed in the default order, depending on administered features (default)
## 1 The positions of the Release and Transfer softkeys will be interchanged, otherwise the same as 0
## 2 The Release softkey will not be displayed, otherwise the same as 0
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later
## SET AGTACTIVESK 2
##
## AGTCALLINFOSTAT specifies whether the caller-information line will be displayed.
## Value Operation
## 0 The caller-information line will not be displayed
## 1 The caller-information line will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTCALLINFOSTAT 0
##
## AGTFWDBTNSTAT specifies whether the Forward button will be disabled for call center agents.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTFWDBTNSTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Forward button will operate normally
## 1 The Forward button will be disabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTFWDBTNSTAT 0
##
## AGTGREETINGSTAT specifies whether or not an agent greeting may be created, modified, played and deleted.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTGREETINGSTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
## 0 Agent greetings will be disabled
## 1 Agent greetings will be enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTGREETINGSTAT 0
##
## AGTGREETLOGOUTDEL specifies whether agent greetings will be deleted when the agent logs out
## Value Operation
## 0 Agent greetings will not be deleted when the agent logs out
## 1 Agent greetings will be deleted when the agent logs out (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later
## SET AGTGREETLOGOUTDEL 0
##
## AGTVUSTATID specifies the Vu-stat format number for Agent ID determination.
## Valid values are 0 through 50; the default value is 0.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET AGTVUSTATID 33
##
## AGTLOGINFAC specifies the Feature Access Code to be used for logging in Call Center agents.
## Valid values are 1 to 4 dialable characters (0-9, * and #); the default value is "#94".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTLOGINFAC #33
##
## AGTLOGOUTFAC specifies the Feature Access Code to be used for logging out Call Center agents.
## Valid values are 1 to 4 dialable characters (0-9, * and #); the default value is "#95".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTLOGOUTFAC #34
##
## AGTSPKRSTAT specifies how the Speaker button functions for call center agents.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Speaker button functions normally
## 1 The Speaker button will be disabled (default)
## This value only applies if the following conditions are also met:
## the value of CALLCTRSTAT is 1 and a call center agent is logged in.
## 2 The Speaker button functions as a Release button
## This value only applies if the following conditions are also met:
## the value of CALLCTRSTAT is 1, a call center agent is logged in, and
## either the telephone is not a 9641
## or the telephone is a 9641 but it does not have a Release button administered.
## 3 The Speaker button functions as a Release button
## This value only applies if the following conditions are also met:
## the value of CALLCTRSTAT is 1, a call center agent is logged in, and
## the telephone has a Release button administered.
## 4 The Speaker button functions as a Release button
## This value only applies if the following condition is also met:
## the telephone has a Release button administered.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later (values 0-4)
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later (values 0-2)
## SET AGTSPKRSTAT 0
##
## AGTTIMESTAT specifies whether the date and time will be displayed on the top line for call center agents.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTTIMESTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
## 0 The date and time will be displayed normally
## 1 The display of the date and time will be disabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTIMESTAT 0
##
## AGTTRANSLTO specifies the text string used by the call server as a translation of the English
## string "to" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the telephone when
## parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "to".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLTO to
##
## AGTTRANSLCLBK specifies the text string used by the call server as a translation of the English
## string "callback" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 10 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "callback".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLCLBK callback
##
## AGTTRANSLPRI specifies the text string used by the call server as a translation of the English
## string "priority" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 8 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "priority".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLPRI priority
##
## AGTTRANSLPK specifies the text string used by the call server as a translation of the English
## string "park" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "park".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLPK park
##
## AGTTRANSLICOM specifies the text string used by the call server as a translation of the English
## string "ICOM" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "ICOM".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLICOM ICOM
##
## CCLOGOUTIDLESTAT specifies whether the Headset audio path and LED
## will be turned off or left on when a call center agent logs out,
## if the agent is not on a call.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Headset audio path and LED will be turned off (default)
## 1 The Headset audio path and LED will be left on if they are already on
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET CCLOGOUTIDLESTAT 1
##
## LOCALZIPTONEATT specifies the attenuation of zip tone level.
## The possible values are in the range of 0-95 dB.
## The default value is 35 dB.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET LOCALZIPTONEATT 35
##
########## RECORDING TONE SETTINGS (96x1 H.323 ONLY) #######
##
## RECORDINGTONE specifies whether Call Recording Tone will be generated on active calls.
## Value Operation
## 0 Call Recording Tone will not be generated (default)
## 1 Call Recording Tone will be generated
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE 1
##
## RECORDINGTONE_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds between Call Recording Tones.
## Valid values are 1 through 60; the default value is 15.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE_INTERVAL 10
##
## RECORDINGTONE_VOLUME specifies the volume of the Call Recording Tone in 5dB steps.
## Value Operation
## 0 The tone volume is equal to the transmit audio level (default)
## 1 The tone volume is 45dB below the transmit audio level
## 2 The tone volume is 40dB below the transmit audio level
## 3 The tone volume is 35dB below the transmit audio level
## 4 The tone volume is 30dB below the transmit audio level
## 5 The tone volume is 25dB below the transmit audio level
## 6 The tone volume is 20dB below the transmit audio level
## 7 The tone volume is 15dB below the transmit audio level
## 8 The tone volume is 10dB below the transmit audio level
## 9 The tone volume is 5dB below the transmit audio level
## 10 The tone volume is equal to the transmit audio level
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE_VOLUME 8
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (16xx H.323 ONLY) ##########
##
## CCBTNSTAT specifies whether the values of
## CONFSTAT, DROPSTAT, HEADSTAT, HOLDSTAT, HOOKSTAT, MUTESTAT, and XFERSTAT
## are used for enabling and disabling the buttons associated with those parameters.
## Value Operation
## 0 The telephone uses the values of those parameters (default)
## 1 The telephone ignores the values those parameters
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET CCBTNSTAT 1
##
## CONFSTAT specifies whether the Conference button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Conference button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Conference button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET CONFSTAT 1
##
## DROPSTAT specifies whether the Drop button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Drop button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Drop button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET DROPSTAT 1
##
## HEADSTAT specifies whether the Headset button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## It is ignored by telephones that do not have a Headset button.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Headset button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Headset button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HEADSTAT 1
##
## HOLDSTAT specifies whether the Hold button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Hold button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Hold button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HOLDSTAT 1
##
## HOOKSTAT specifies whether the switchhook is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The switchhook is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The switchhook is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HOOKSTAT 1
##
## MUTESTAT specifies whether the Mute button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Mute button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Mute button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET MUTESTAT 1
##
## XFERSTAT specifies whether the Transfer button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Transfer button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
## 1 The Transfer button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET XFERSTAT 1
##
################## TRUSTED CERTIFICATES ##################
##
## TRUSTCERTS specifies a list of names of files that contain copies of CA certificates
## (in PEM format) that will be downloaded, saved in non-volatile memory,
## and used by the telephone to authenticate received identity certificates.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Values are separated by commas without intervening spaces.
## The default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.9 and later
## 3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET TRUSTCERTS av_prca_pem_2033.txt,av_sipca_pem_2027.txt,av_sipca_pem_2011.txt,av_csca_pem_2032.txt
##
## TLSSRVRID specifies whether a certificate will be trusted only if the
## identity of the device from which it is received matches the certificate,
## per Section 3.1 of RFC 2818.
## Value Operation
## 0 Identity matching is not performed
## 1 Identity matching is performed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET TLSSRVRID 0
##
################ HTTP PROXY SERVER SETTINGS ##############
##
## HTTPPROXY specifies the address of the HTTP proxy server used by SIP
## telephones to access an SCEP server that is not on the enterprise network.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,
## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note that in H.323 telephones, SCEP uses WMLPROXY.
## SET HTTPPROXY proxy.mycompany.com
##
## HTTPEXCEPTIONDOMAINS specifies a list of one or more domains,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces,
## for which HTTPPROXY will not be used.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note that in H.323 telephones, SCEP uses WMLEXCEPT.
## SET HTTPEXCEPTIONDOMAINS mycompany.com
##
###################### SCEP SETTINGS #####################
##
## MYCERTURL specifies the URL of the SCEP server from which
## the telephone should obtain an identity certificate,
## if it does not already have one from that server.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTURL http://certsrvr.trustus.com/mscep/mscep.dll
##
## MYCERTCN specifies the Common Name (CN) used in the SUBJECT of an SCEP
## certificate request. The value must be a string that contains either
## "$SERIALNO" (which will be replaced by the telephone's serial number) or
## "$MACADDR" (which will be replaced by the telephone's MAC address),
## but it may contain other characters as well, including spaces.
## Eight ("$MACADDR") to 255 characters; the default value is "$SERIALNO".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note that prior to R2.6.8, 96x0 SIP releases only support
## "$MACADDR" or "$SERIALNO" as a value, not additional characters.
## SET MYCERTCN "Avaya telephone with MAC address $MACADDR"
##
## MYCERTDN specifies the part the SUBJECT of an SCEP certificate request
## that is common for all telephones. It must begin with a "/" and may
## include Organizational Unit, Organization, Location, State and Country.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("").
## Note: It is recommended that "/" be used as a separator between components.
## Commas have been found to not work with some servers.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTDN /C=US/ST=NJ/L=MyTown/O=MyCompany
##
## MYCERTCAID specifies an identifier for the CA certificate with which
## the SCEP certificate request is to be be signed, if the server hosts
## multiple Certificate Authorities.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is "CAIdentifier".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTCAID EjbSubCA
##
## MYCERTKEYLEN specifies the bit length of the public and private keys
## generated for the SCEP certificate request.
## 4 ASCII numeric digits, "1024" through "2048"; the default value is "1024".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTKEYLEN 1024
##
## MYCERTRENEW specifies the percentage of the identity certificate's
## Validity interval after which renewal procedures will be initiated.
## Valid values are 1 through 99; the default value is 90.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTRENEW 90
##
## MYCERTWAIT specifies the telephone's behavior if the SCEP server
## indicates that the certificate request is pending manual approval.
## Value Operation
## 0 Poll the SCEP server periodically in the background
## 1 Wait until a certificate is received or the request is rejected (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTWAIT 1
##
## SCEPPASSWORD specifies the password to be included (if not null)
## in the challengePassword attribute of an SCEP certificate request.
## Values may contain 0 to 32 ASCII characters; the default value is "$SERIALNO".
## If the value contains "$SERIALNO", it will be replaced by the telephone's serial number.
## If the value contains "$MACADDR", it will be replaced by the telephone's MAC address in hex.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## Note that to maintain the security of the password, this parameter should
## not be set in a file that is accessible on an enterprise network,
## it should only be set in a restricted staging configuration.
## SET SCEPPASSWORD $SERIALNO
##
##################### 802.1X SETTINGS ####################
##
## DOT1XSTAT specifies the 802.1X Supplicant operating mode.
## Value Operation
## 0 Supplicant disabled (default, unless indicated otherwise below)
## 1 Supplicant enabled, but responds only to received unicast EAPOL messages
## 2 Supplicant enabled; responds to received unicast and multicast EAPOL messages
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later (default was 1 prior to R2.4.1)
## 46xx H.323 R2.9 and later (default was 1)
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DOT1XSTAT 1
##
## DOT1X specifies the 802.1X pass-through operating mode.
## Pass-through is the forwarding of EAPOL frames between the telephone's
## Ethernet line interface and its secondary (PC) Ethernet interface
## Value Operation
## 0 EAPOL multicast pass-through enabled without proxy logoff (default)
## 1 EAPOL multicast pass-through enabled with proxy logoff
## 2 EAPOL multicast pass-through disabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.9 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: In 96x0 H.323 releases 1.0 through 1.5, and in 46xx H.323 releases 2.6 through 2.8,
## DOT1X is supported, but it controls both Supplicant and pass-through operation.
## In these releases, operation is as follows:
## Value Operation
## 0 Unicast Supplicant and multicast pass-through enabled without proxy logoff (default)
## 1 Unicast Supplicant and multicast pass-through enabled with proxy logoff
## 2 Unicast or multicast Supplicant operation enabled, without pass-through
## SET DOT1X 1
##
## DOT1XEAPS specifies the authentication method to be used by 802.1X.
## Valid values are "MD5" (the default) and "TLS".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET DOT1XEAPS MD5
##
## DOT1XWAIT specifies whether the telephone will wait for
## 802.1X to complete before proceeding with startup.
## Value Operation
## 0 Does not wait for 802.1X to complete (default)
## 1 Waits for 802.1X to complete
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET DOT1XWAIT 1
##
################ PUSH INTERFACE SETTINGS #################
##
## TPSLIST (Trusted Push Server List) specifies a list of URI authority components
## (optionally including scheme and path components) to be trusted.
## A URI received in a Push Request will only be used to obtain Push content
## if it matches one of these values. The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## If the value of TPSLIST is null (the default), Push will be disabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET TPSLIST 135.20.21.20,push.avaya.com,http://135.20.21.33:80,http://apps.avaya.com/push
##
## SUBSCRIBELIST specifies a list of URIs to which the telephone will send a Subscribe
## message (an HTTP GET for the URI with the telephone's MAC address, extension number,
## IP address and model number appended as query values) after the telephone successfully
## registers with a call server, or when a "subscribe" Push Request is received with
## a type attribute of "all". The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## If the value of SUBSCRIBELIST is null (the default), Subscribe messages will not be sent
## after registration or in response to a Push Request with a type attribute of "all".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET SUBSCRIBELIST http://135.20.21.21/subscribe,http://push.avaya.com/clients
##
## PUSHCAP allows the modes of individual Push types supported by the telephone to be controlled.
## The value is a 3, 4 or 5 digit number, of which each digit controls a Push type and can have a
## value of 0, 1 or 2. A digit of 0 means that all Push requests will be rejected for that push type.
## A digit of 1 means that only Push requests with a mode of "barge" will be accepted for that push type.
## A digit of 2 means that Push requests with a mode of "barge" or "normal" will be accepted for that push type.
## The Push types controlled by each digit are as follows:
## 11111
## ||||+- The rightmost digit controls top line Push requests.
## |||+-- The next digit to the left controls display (WML browser) Push requests.
## ||+--- The next digit to the left controls receive audio Push requests.
## |+---- The next digit to the left controls transmit audio Push requests.
## +----- The next digit to the left controls phonexml Push requests.
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later support 3 and 4-digit values (default is 2222).
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later support 4-digit values (default is 0000).
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x support 4-digit values (default is 0000)
## but not display Push, so valid values are 0000 through 2202.
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later support 3 and 4-digit values (default is 2222).
## 96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later support 5-digit values (default is 00000).
## 46xx H.323 R2.6 and later support 3-digit values (default is 222).
## although R6.0.1 only supports top line, audio (transmit and receive) and subscribe push types.
## SET PUSHCAP 2222
##
## PUSHPORT specifies the TCP port number to be used by the HTTP server in the telephone for Push.
## Valid values are 80 through 65535; the default value is 80
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.6 and later
## SET PUSHPORT 80
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ###################
##
## Note that if WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI are set here, the web pages that they specify
## will be used by all telephones that support these parameters.
## If it is desired to use web pages that are customized to the display capabilities
## of a specific telephone model, the parameter should be set in the model-specific
## section for that telephone model located near the end of this file.
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLPROXY specifies zero or one address for an HTTP proxy server that will be used by the
## WML browser, and by the Weather and World Clock applications on the 9621, 9641 and 9670.
## The address can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLPROXY proxy.company.com
##
## WMLPORT specifies the TCP port number of the HTTP proxy server specified by WMLPROXY.
## Valid values are 0 through 65535.
## The default value for H.323 software is 8000.
## The default value for SIP software is 8080.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLPORT 9000
##
## WMLEXCEPT specifies zero or more IP addresses or domains for which
## the HTTP proxy server specified by WMLPROXY will not be used.
## The values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLEXCEPT mycompany.com,135.20.21.20
##
## WMLHELPSTAT specifies whether a web application help item will be displayed on the
## Home screen if no WML applications are administered and if the value of WMLHOME is null.
## Value Operation
## 0 A web application help item will not be displayed
## 1 A web application help item will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later.
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET WMLHELPSTAT 0
##
################# IDLE TIMER SETTINGS ####################
##
## BAKLIGHTOFF specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the display backlight will be turned off.
## Phones with gray-scale displays do not completely turn backlight off, they set it to the lowest non-off level.
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 120 (2 hours).
## A value of 0 means that the display backlight will not be turned off automatically when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.5, R2.7 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET BAKLIGHTOFF 60
##
## HOMEIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the Home screen will be displayed.
## A value of 0 means that the Home screen will not be displayed automatically when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 9621 and 9641 H.323 R6.0 and later (valid values are 0 through 30; the default value is 10)
## 9621 and 9641 SIP R6.0 and later (valid values are 0 through 30; the default value is 10)
## 9670 H.323 R2.0 and later (valid values are 5 through 30; the default value is 10)
## SET HOMEIDLETIME 5
##
## SCREENSAVERON specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the screen saver will be displayed.
## If an image file has been downloaded based on the SCREENSAVER parameter, it will be used as the screen saver.
## Otherwise, the built-in Avaya one-X(TM) screen saver will be used.
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 240 (4 hours).
## A value of 0 means that the screen saver will not be displayed automatically when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SCREENSAVERON 480
##
## SCREENSAVER specifies the filename of a JPEG image to be used as a customized screen saver.
## Valid values are 0 through 32 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("").
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
## SET SCREENSAVER filename
##
## WMLIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which
## the web page specified by the value of WMLIDLEURI will be displayed.
## If WMLIDLEURI is null, a web page will not be displayed when the phone is idle.
## On the 9610, WMLIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the
## idle application (configured by IDLEAPP in the 9610 backup/restore file) will be displayed.
## Valid values are 1 through 999; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.7 and later
## SET WMLIDLETIME 60
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIME.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.7 and later
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############# PHONE LOCK SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK specifies whether a softkey (on the idle Phone screen) and
## a feature button will be displayed to allow the user to manually lock the phone.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled: Lock softkey and feature button will not be displayed (default)
## 1 Enabled: Lock softkey and feature button will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
SET ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK 1
##
## PHONE_LOCK_IDLETIME specifies the interval of idle time, in minutes, after which
## the phone will automatically lock if the value of ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK is 1.
## A value of 0 means that the phone will not lock automatically.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; valid values are 0 through 10080; the default value is 0.
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x; valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 0.
## 96x0 SIP R2.5 and later; valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 0.
## SET PHONE_LOCK_IDLETIME 30
##
############ CODEC AND RTP SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###########
##
## ENABLE_G711A specifies whether the G.711 a-law codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G711A 1
##
## ENABLE_G711U specifies whether the G.711 mu-law codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G711U 1
##
## ENABLE_G722 specifies whether the G.722 codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; the default value is 1.
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x; the default value is 0.
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later; the default value is 0.
SET ENABLE_G722 1
##
## ENABLE_G726 specifies whether the G.726 codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default for 96x0 R1.0)
## 1 Enabled (default for all other releases)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G726 1
##
## G726_PAYLOAD_TYPE specifies the RTP payload type to be used for the G.726 codec.
## Valid values are 96 through 127; the default value is 110.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET G726_PAYLOAD_TYPE 111
##
## ENABLE_G729 specifies whether the G.729A codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled without Annex B support (default)
## 2 Enabled with Annex B support
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G729 1
##
## SEND_DTMF_TYPE specifies whether DTMF tones are sent in-band (as regular audio),
## or out-of-band (using RFC 2833 procedures).
## Value Operation
## 1 in-band
## 2 out-of-band (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SEND_DTMF_TYPE 1
##
## DTMF_PAYLOAD_TYPE specifies the RTP payload type to be used for RFC 2833 signaling.
## Valid values are 96 through 127; the default value is 120.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DTMF_PAYLOAD_TYPE 121
##
## SYMMETRIC_RTP specifies whether or not the telephone should discard
## received RTP/SRTP datagrams if their UDP Source Port number is not
## the same as the UDP Destination Port number that the telephone is
## including in RTP/SRTP datagrams intended for that endpoint.
## Value Operation
## 0 Ignore the UDP Source Port number in received RTP/SRTP datagrams.
## 1 Discard received RTP/SRTP datagrams if their UDP Source Port number
## does not match the UDP Destination Port number that the telephone is
## including in RTP/SRTP datagrams intended for that endpoint (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.4 and later
## SET SYMMETRIC_RTP 0
##
################## OTHER SIP-ONLY SETTINGS #################
##
## PHNMUTEALERT_BLOCK specifies whether the Mute Alert feature will be Blocked or Unblocked.
## Value Operation
## 0 Unblocked
## 1 Blocked (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later.
## SET PHNMUTEALERT_BLOCK 1
##
## MATCHTYPE specifies how a calling party number is compared to the numbers
## in the user's Contacts to obtain a name to display for the incoming call.
## Value Operation
## 0 The Contact name is displayed if the rightmost 4 digits of the calling
## party number match the rightmost 4 digits of a Contacts number (default)
## 1 The Contact name is displayed if the entire calling party number
## exactly matches the all of the digits in a Contacts number
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later.
## SET MATCHTYPE 0
##
## ENABLE_HOLD_BUTTON specifies whether a Hold softkey will be displayed during an active call.
## Value Operation
## 0 A Hold softkey will not be displayed
## 1 A Hold softkey will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
SET ENABLE_HOLD_BUTTON 1
##
## USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD specifies how Hold will be signaled in SDP.
## Value Operation
## 0 "a=directional attributes" will be used (default)
## 1 "c=0.0.0.0" will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD 1
##
###################### SIG SETTING ######################
##
## SIG specifies the type of software to be used by the telephone by
## controlling which upgrade file is requested after a power-up or a reset.
## Value Operation
## 0 Download the upgrade file for the same signaling protocol
## that is supported by the current software (default)
## 1 Download 96x1Hupgrade.txt (for H.323 software)
## 2 Download 96x1Supgrade.txt (for SIP software)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET SIG 0
##
############### ETHERNET INTERFACE SETTINGS ################
##
## PHY1STAT specifies the speed and duplex settings for the Ethernet line interface.
## Valid values are 1 through 6; the default value is 1.
## Value Operation
## 1 auto-negotiate
## 2 10Mbps half-duplex
## 3 10Mbps full-duplex
## 4 100Mbps half-duplex
## 5 100Mbps full-duplex
## 6 1Gbps full-duplex if supported by hardware, otherwise auto-negotiate
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.8 and later (values 1-5 only)
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET PHY1STAT 6
##
## PHY2STAT specifies the speed and duplex settings for the secondary (PC) Ethernet interface.
## Valid values are 0 through 6; the default value is 1.
## Value Operation
## 0 disabled
## 1 auto-negotiate
## 2 10Mbps half-duplex
## 3 10Mbps full-duplex
## 4 100Mbps half-duplex
## 5 100Mbps full-duplex
## 6 1Gbps full-duplex if supported by hardware, otherwise auto-negotiate
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.8 and later (values 0-5 only)
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later (values 0-5 only)
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET PHY2STAT 6
##
## PHY2_AUTOMDIX_ENABLED specifies whether auto-MDIX is enabled on PHY2.
## Valid values are 0 through 1; the default value is 1.
## Value Operation
## 0 auto-MDIX is disabled
## 1 auto-MDIX is enabled (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
SET PHY2_AUTOMDIX_ENABLED 1
##
############# LOCAL PROCEDURE ACCESS SETTINGS ############
##
## PROCSTAT specifies whether local (craft) procedures can be used to configure the telephone.
## Value Operation
## 0 Local procedures can be used (default)
## 1 Local procedures cannot be used
## Note: Be very careful before setting PROCSTAT to 1
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## 1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
SET PROCSTAT 0
##
## PROCPSWD specifies an access code for access to local (craft) procedures.
## Valid values contain 0 through 7 ASCII numeric digits.
## The default value is 27238 (CRAFT) unless indicated otherwise below.
## A null value implies that an access code is not required for access.
## Note: Setting this parameter via CM (for H.323) or PPM (for SIP) is more secure
## because this file can usually be accessed and read by anyone on the network.
## Setting the value in this file is intended primarily for configurations with
## versions of telephone or server software that do not support setting this
## value from the server.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later (must contain at least 4 digits for R6.2.4 and later,
## else default value 27238 is used)
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null ("") prior to R1.2, must contain at
## least 4 digits for R3.2.1 and later else default value
## 27238 is used)
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later (must contain at least 4 digits for R2.6.10 and later
## else default value 27238 is used)
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null (""))
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later (default is null (""))
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null ("") prior to R1.3.3, and
## must contain at least 4 digits for R1.3.3 and later)
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## 1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
## SET PROCPSWD 572958
##
##################### SNMP SETTINGS ######################
##
## SNMPSTRING specifies a security string that must be included in SNMP query messages
## for the query to be processed.
## Valid values contain 0 through 32 ASCII alphanumeric characters.
## The default value is null ("") unless indicated otherwise below.
## A null value results in SNMP being disabled.
## Note: Setting this parameter via CM (for H.323) or PPM (for SIP) is more secure
## because this file can usually be accessed and read by anyone on the network.
## Setting the value in this file is intended primarily for configurations with
## older versions of telephone, CM or PPM software that do not support setting
## this value from the server.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is "public" prior to R2.6)
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later (default is "public")
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SNMPSTRING mystring
##
## SNMPADDR specifies a list of source IP addresses from which SNMP query messages
## will be accepted and processed.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), or
## DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SNMPADD 192.168.0.22,192.168.0.23
##
####### LINK LAYER DISCOVERY PROTOCOL (LLDP) SETTINGS ######
##
## LLDP_ENABLED specifies whether LLDP is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled
## 1 Enabled
## 2 Enabled, but only begin transmitting if an LLDP frame is received (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## Note that the following do NOT support the LLDP_ENABLED parameter,
## but they always operate consistent with a value of 2 above:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.2 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.6 and later
## 16xx H.323 R1.2 and later
## SET LLDP_ENABLED 1
##
## LLDP_XMIT_SECS specifies the rate in seconds at which LLDP messages will be transmitted.
## Valid values are 1 through 3600; the default value is 30.
## The primary intent of this parameter is to allow an SSO application to discover
## the telephone faster, since SSO uses LLDP for discovery, but this parameter
## controls the LLDP transmission rate on both Ethernet interfaces.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET LLDP_XMIT_SECS 10
##
######## SYNCHRONIZED STATE OPERATION (SSO) SETTINGS #######
##
## SSO_ENABLED specifies whether SSO will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_ENABLED 1
##
## SSO_REGISTERED_MODE specifies what the telephone does if it receives a
## registration request from an SSO application when it already registered.
## Value Operation
## 1 Accept the request if the provided credentials match the credentials
## that were used to establish the existing registration, otherwise,
## unregister and attempt to register using the new credentials (default)
## 2 Accept the request only if the provided credentials match the credentials
## that were used to establish the existing registration
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_REGISTERED_MODE 2
##
## SSO_LOCK_SYNC specifies whether the telephone will attempt to lock and unlock its
## user interface if it receives a request to lock or unlock from the SSO application.
## Value Operation
## 0 Ignores SSO requests to lock and unlock
## 1 Attempts to lock and unlock based on SSO requests (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_LOCK_SYNC 0
##
## SSO_DISCONNECT_ACTION specifies what the telephone does if the link to the PC drops
## while an SSO connection is active
## Value Operation
## 1 Unregisters after invoking each FAC specified by SSO_DISCONNECT_FACS (default)
## 2 Locks the user interface
## 3 No action is taken
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_DISCONNECT_ACTION 2
##
## SSO_DISCONNECT_FACS specifies a list of Feature Access Codes (FACs) to be invoked
## as determined by the value of SSO_DISCONNECT_ACTION above.
## FACs are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_FACS *69,*35,*22
##
## SSO_CLIENT_CERT specifies whether the telephone will request a client
## identity certificate during the TLS handshake for an SSO connection.
## Value Operation
## 0 A client certificate will not be requested (default)
## 1 A client certificate will be requested and authenticated
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.3 and later
## SET SSO_CLIENT_CERT 1
##
################## EVENT LOGGING SETTINGS ##################
##
## LOGSRVR specifies one address for a syslog server
## in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), or DNS name format.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## 364x SIP R1.1 and later (dotted-decimal values only)
## 46xx H.323 R1.7 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOGSRVR 192.168.0.15
##
## Note that different parameters are used to specify the severity levels of events
## logged for H.323 vs. SIP, with different default values, as described below.
##
## LOGLOCAL specifies the severity levels of events logged in the
## endptRecentLog, endptResetLog and endptStartupLog objects in the SNMP MIB.
## Events with the selected severity level and above will be logged
## (note that lower numeric severity values correspond to higher severity levels).
## Value Operation
## 0 Logging to the MIB is disabled
## 1 Emergency events are logged
## 2 Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 3 Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 4 Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 5 Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 6 Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 7 Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged (default)
## 8 Debug, Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## Warning: A setting of 8 can impact the performance of the telephone due to the number of events generated.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R1.7 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LOGLOCAL 5
##
## LOCAL_LOG_LEVEL specifies the severity levels of events logged in the
## endptRecentLog, endptResetLog and endptStartupLog objects in the SNMP MIB.
## Events with the selected severity level and above will be logged
## (note that lower numeric severity values correspond to higher severity levels).
## Value Operation
## 0 Emergency events are logged
## 1 Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 2 Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 3 Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged (default)
## 4 Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 5 Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 6 Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## 7 Debug, Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
## Warning: A setting of 7 can impact the performance of the telephone due to the number of events generated.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOCAL_LOG_LEVEL 3
##
## LOG_CATEGORY specifies a list of categories of events to be logged via syslog and locally.
## This parameter must be specified to log events below the Error level.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Category names are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## See Administrator's guide for additional detail.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOG_CATEGORY DHCP,NETMGR,AUDIO
##
######### DEBUGGING SETTINGS (96x1 H.323 only) ###########
##
## LOGTOFILE specifies whether logging of optional debug messages
## to an internal file will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2.3 and later
## SET LOGTOFILE 1
##
############## SECURE SHELL (SSH) SETTINGS ###############
##
## SSH_ALLOWED specifies whether SSH is supported.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_ALLOWED 1
##
## SSH_BANNER_FILE specifies the file name or URL for a custom SSH banner file.
## If the value is null, a default English banner will be used for SSH.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_BANNER_FILE http://security.myco.com/files/SSH-Banner.txt
##
## SSH_IDLE_TIMEOUT specifies the number of minutes of inactivity
## after which an SSH connection will be terminated
## Valid values are 0 through 32767; the default value is 10.
## A value of 0 means that the connection will not be terminated due to inactivity.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_IDLE_TIMEOUT 30
##
######## APPLICATION WATCHDOG SETTING (H.323 ONLY) #######
##
## APPLICATIONWD specifies whether the application watchdog is enabled or disabled
## Value Operation
## 0 Application watchdog is disabled
## 1 Application watchdog is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET APPLICATIONWD 0
##
##### SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT (SLA) MONITOR SETTINGS #####
##
## SLMSTAT specifies whether or not the SLA Monitor agent is enabled.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMSTAT 1
##
## SLMCAP specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for packet capture (sniffing).
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled with payloads are removed from RTP packets
## 2 Enabled with payloads included in RTP packets
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCAP 1
##
## SLMCLIENT specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled to accept
## Command Line Interface (CLI) connections.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCLIENT 1
##
## SLMCTRL specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for device control.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCTRL 1
##
## SLMFSB specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for file system browsing.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMFSB 1
##
## SLMPERF specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for device performance monitoring.
## Value Operation
## 0 Disabled (default)
## 1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMPERF 1
##
## SLMPORT specifies the UDP port that will be opened by the SLA Monitor agent
## to receive discovery and test request messages.
## Valid values are 6000 through 65535; the default value is 50011.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMPORT 43210
##
## SLMSRVR specifies the source IP address that must be in the header of a received
## SLA Monitor discovery message for it to be accepted, and/or the port number that
## must be specified by the discovery message for registration.
## If either is specified but does not match, registration will not be attempted.
## If the value of the IP address is 0.0.0.0, any IP address is acceptable, and
## if the value of the port number is 0, any port number is acceptable.
## Valid values must include either one IP address in dotted-decimal format,
## or one port number (0 through 65535), or both, where the IP address is followed
## by a colon that is followed by the port number; the default value is "0.0.0.0:0".
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMSRVR 192.168.27.35:50010
##
## SLMTEST specifies the UDP ports that will be opened by the SLA Monitor agent for RTP and traceroute tests.
## If the value of SLMTEST is an even number, it will be used for RTP tests,
## and the next higher (odd) port number will be used for traceroute tests.
## If the value of SLMTEST is an odd number, it will be used for traceroute tests,
## and the previous (even) port number will be used for RTP tests.
## Valid values are 6000 through 65535; the default value is 50012.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## 96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMTEST 54321
##
####### CONVERGED NETWORK ANALYZER (CNA) SETTINGS ########
##
## CNASRVR specifies a list of CNA server IP addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and R6.1
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.2 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## SET CNASRVR 192.168.0.10
##
## CNAPORT specifies the TCP destination port used for CNA registration.
## Valid values are 0 through 65535; the default value is 50002.
## This parameter is supported by:
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and R6.1
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
## 96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
## 96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## 46xx H.323 R2.2 and later
## 46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## SET CNAPORT 65003
##
############# ENHANCED LOCAL DIALING RULES ###############
##
## These settings affect certain dialing behaviors, such as
## dialing numbers from the incoming Call Log or from web pages
##
## Dialing Algorithm Status
## Controls whether algorithm defined by parameters in
## this section is used during certain dialing behaviors.
## 0 disables algorithm.
## 1 enables algorithm, but not for Contacts
## 2 enables algorithm, including Contacts (96xx SIP only)
## SET ENHDIALSTAT 1
##
## Country Code
## For United States the value is '1'
## SET PHNCC 1
##
## Internal extension number length
## If your extension is 12345, your dial plan length is 5.
## On 46xx phones, the maximum extension length is 10.
## On 96xx phones, the maximum extension length is 13.
## This value must match the extension length set on your
## call server.
## SET PHNDPLENGTH 5
##
## International access code
## For the United States, the value is 011.
## SET PHNIC 011
##
## Long distance access code
## SET PHNLD 1
##
## National telephone number Length
## For example, 800-555-1111 has a length of 10.
## SET PHNLDLENGTH 10
##
## Outside line access code
## The number you press to make an outside call.
## SET PHNOL 9
##
#################### AUDIO SETTINGS ######################
##
## Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
## These settings enable or disable AGC.
##
## A value of 1 (default) enables AGC. A value of 0 disables AGC.
## AGCHAND controls handset AGC. Not supported on 16CC phones.
## AGCHEAD controls headset AGC
## AGCSPKR controls speaker AGC. Not supported on 16CC phones.
## Note: AGCHAND and AGCSPKR are applicable for 1603 SIP phone.
## SET AGCHAND 0
## SET AGCHEAD 0
## SET AGCSPKR 0
##
## Audio Environment Index
## Enables you to customize the telephone's audio
## performance. (0-299) This parameter affects settings
## for AGC dynamic range, handset and headset noise
## reduction thresholds, and headset transmit gain. It is
## highly recommended you consult Avaya before changing
## this parameter.
## SET AUDIOENV 0
##
################## HTTP SERVER SETTINGS ##################
##
## HTTP Server Addresses
## [If you set your HTTP Server Addresses via DHCP, do not
## set them here as they will override your DHCP settings.
## Also, use TLSSRVR instead if you require an
## authenticated server]
## Server used to download configuration script files.
## Zero or more HTTP server IP addresses in dotted-decimal,
## colon-hex (96x1 H.323 R6.0 onwards), or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## (0 to 255 ASCII characters, including commas).
## This parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## Note: This parameter is also supported by 364x SIP phones.
## SET HTTPSRVR 192.168.0.5
##
## HTTP Server Directory Path
## Specifies the path name to prepend to all file names
## used in HTTP and HTTPS GET operations during startup.
## (0 to 127 ASCII characters, no spaces.)
## Note: This parameter is also supported by 364x SIP phones.
## SET HTTPDIR myhttpdir
##
## HTTP port
## Sets the TCP port used for HTTP file downloads from
## non-Avaya servers. (0-65535) The default value is 80.
## Applies only to 46xx H.323 phones, 96xx phones, 96x1 phones and 364x SIP phones.
## SET HTTPPORT 80
##
## Server Authentication
## Sets whether script files are downloaded from an
## authenticated server over an HTTPS link.
## 0 for optional, 1 for mandatory
## SET AUTH 0
##
#################### RTCP MONITORING #####################
##
## The RTCP monitor
## One RTCP monitor (VMM server) IP address in
## dotted-decimal format or DNS name format (0 to 15
## characters). Note that for H.323 telephones only this
## parameter may be changed via signaling from Avaya
## Communication Manager. For 96xx SIP models in Avaya
## environments, this parameter is set via the PPM server.
## This parameter is not supported on 16CC model phones.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMON 192.168.0.10
##
## RTCPMONPORT sets the port used to send RTCP information
## to the IP address specified in the RTCPMON parameter.
## RTCPMONPORT is only supported on 46xx SIP telephones and
## 96xx telephones in non-Avaya environments. For 96xx SIP
## models in Avaya environments, this parameter is set via
## the PPM server. The default value is 5005.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMONPORT 5005
##
## RTCP Monitor Report Period
## Specifies the interval for sending out RTCP monitoring
## reports (5-30 seconds). Default is 5 seconds. This
## parameter applies only to 96xx SIP telephones.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMONPERIOD 5
##
###################### ICMP SETTINGS #####################
##
## Destination Unreachable Message Control
## Controls whether ICMP Destination Unreachable messages
## are generated.
## 0 for No
## 1 for limited Port Unreachable messages
## 2 for Protocol and Port Unreachable messages
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET ICMPDU 1
##
## Redirect Message control
## Controls whether received ICMP Redirect messages will
## be processed
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET ICMPRED 0
##
########### BACKUP/RESTORE SETTINGS (H.323 only) ##########
##
## Backup and Restore URI
## URI used for HTTP backup and retrieval of user data.
## Specify HTTP server and directory path to backup file.
## Do not specify backup file name.
## BRURI is not supported on 96xx, 16CC and 1603 SIP phones.
## SET BRURI http://192.168.0.28
##
## Backup/Restore Authentication
## Specifies whether authentication is used for backup/restore file download.
## Call server IP address and telephone's registration can be used as credentials.
## 0: Call server IP address and telephone's registration password
## are not included as credentials.
## 1: The call server IP address and the telephone?s registration
## password are included as the credentials in an Authorization request-header
## SET BRAUTH 0
##
#################### AUDIBLE ALERTING #######################
##
## Specifies the audible alerting setting for the telephone
## and whether users may change this setting.
##
## A value of 0 turns off audible alerting; user cannot
## adjust ringer volume at all.
## A value of 1 turns on audible alerting; user can adjust
## ringer volume but cannot turn off audible alerting.
## A value of 2 turns off audible alerting; user can adjust
## ringer volume and can turn off audible alerting.
## A value of 3 turns on audible alerting; user can adjust
## ringer volume and can turn off audible alerting.
##
## For 46xx phones:
## A value of 0 or 2 lets the user reduce audible alerting to
## the lowest audible setting, but not zero.
## A value of 1 or 3 lets the user reduce audible alerting to zero.
##
## The default value is 3.
## SET AUDASYS 3
##
## NOTE: This AUDASYS value is applicable for 16xx phones starting with R1.3.
##
############################################################
##
## 46xx SETTINGS
## Settings applicable to 46xx telephone models
##
############################################################
##
## IP Filter List Addresses
## Specifies additional IP addresses whose packets are
## allowed through the IP source address filter to be
## processed by the telephone. This parameter should be
## set only if it is suspected that an address is being
## blocked unnecessarily. This parameter may contain one
## or more IP addresses in dotted-decimal or DNS name
## format, separated by commas without any intervening
## spaces (0 to 255 ASCII characters, including commas).
## SET FILTERLIST 192.168.0.45
##
###### 46XX IP Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## This setting is used to set the local display
## language of your 46XX telephone.
##
## For all 4620 sets, and either 4610SW or 4620SW sets
## that have been loaded with single-byte software (the
## default), use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword "English"
## For French use keyword "Francais"
## For Italian use keyword "Italiano"
## For Japanese use keyword "Katakana"
## For Dutch use keyword "Nederlands"
## For German use keyword "Deutsch"
## For Portuguese use keyword "Portugues"
## For Spanish use keyword "Espanol"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Chinese/Russian/Hebrew/
## English fonts, use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword "English"
## For Chinese use keyword "Chinese"
## For Russian use keyword "Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword "Hebrew"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Japanese/Russian/
## Hebrew/English fonts, use one of the following
## settings:
## For English use keyword "English"
## For Japanese use keyword "Japanese"
## For Russian use keyword "Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword "Hebrew"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Korean/Russian/Hebrew/
## English fonts, use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword "English"
## For Korean use keyword "Korean"
## For Russian use keyword "Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword "Hebrew"
##
## For all 364x sets running SIP software, use one of the
## following settings:
## For English use keyword "English"
## For French use keyword "Francais"
## For Italian use keyword "Italiano"
## For German use keyword "Deutsch"
## For Spanish use keyword "Espanol"
## For 364x, this parameter will only change the language on
## the phone if the user has not previously changed it via
## the user menus.
##
## SET SYSLANG English
##
###### 46xx Automatic Backup/Restore Settings ########
##
## RESTORESTAT enables/disables the automatic backup and
## restore of user data. Applies to both FTP and HTTP
## backup/restore. This setting does not apply to the
## 4602 sets.
##
## A value of 1 enables Backup/Restore.
## A value of 0 disables Backup/Restore.
##
## FTPUSERSTAT sets user permissions on modifications to
## server names and directory paths used for FTP
## backup/restore. Does not apply to HTTP backup/restore.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 0, the user can only use the
## server and path data administered via DHCP or settings
## file.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 1, the user can specify
## alternative FTP servers or directory paths. The default
## is 1.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 2, the user can specify
## alternative FTP directory paths but is not allowed to
## specify alternative FTP servers.
##
## FTPSRVR specifies the IP Address of the default FTP
## Server. May be a dotted-decimal address or DNS string.
## Depending on FTPUSERSTAT setting, may be overridden by
## the user.
##
## FTPDIR specifies the default directory path used for
## storage and retrieval of phone user information.
## Depending on FTPUSERSTAT setting, may be overridden by
## the user.
##
## SET RESTORESTAT 1
## SET FTPUSERSTAT 1
## SET FTPSRVR 135.18.18.18
## SET FTPDIR myftpdir
##
############################################################
##
## 96xx,16xx and 16CC SETTINGS
## Settings applicable to 96xx,16xx and 16CC models
##
############################################################
##
## Voice Mail Telephone Number
## Specifies the telephone number to be dialed
## automatically when the telephone user presses the
## Messaging button. The specified number is used to
## connect to the user?s Voice Mail system.
##
## Note 1: This parameter setting is ignored for extensions
## configured as 96xx station types on the call server.
## Note 2: This parameter is supported on 364x phones and
## can be up to 50 characters, no spaces.
## SET MSGNUM 1234
##
## English Language Selection Status
## Specifies whether built-in English language text strings
## are selectable by the user. 0 for off, 1 for on.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 16xx H323 and 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET LANG0STAT 1
##
################ A(Avaya) Menu Settings #################
##
## WML-Application URI
## URI used for WML-applications under A (AVAYA) Menu.
## Specify HTTP server and directory path to administration
## file (AvayaMenuAdmin.txt). Do not specify the
## administration file name. This parameter applies to 96xx H323
## model phones and also supported in 96xx SIP releases from R2.5 onwards.
## This parameter is not supported in 96x1 SIP phones.
##
## SET AMADMIN http://192.168.0.28
##
#################################################################
##
## H.323 SETTINGS for 96xx & 96x1
## Settings specific to 96xx & 96x1 telephones
## with H.323 software
##
########################## Features on Softkeys #######################
##
## Idle Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Idle call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters: zero to six whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET IDLEFEATURES ""
##
## Dial Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Dialing call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to five whole numbers separated
## by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET DIALFEATURES ""
##
## Ring Back Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Active with far end ringback call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to three whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET RINGBKFEATURES ""
##
## Talk Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Active with talk path call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to three whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET TALKFEATURES ""
##
## Team Button Display
## When TEAMBTNDISPLAY is set to 1, use LED to mark the Busy state of their team member?s phone
## When TEAMBTNDISPLAY is set to 0, use the LED to mark the Forwarding state of the team member's phone.
## Default = 0.
## Note: This feature is available on H.323 release 3.0 for 96xx & release 6.0 for 96x1 phones.
## SET TEAMBTNDISPLAY 0
##
## WORLDCLOCKAPP specifies the application to display World Clock information.
## Note: This feature is available on H.323 release 2.0 for 9670 & release 6.0 for 9641 & 9621.
## "" : World Clock application is disabled
## "default" : World Clock application is enabled (default)
## SET WORLDCLOCKAPP default
##
## WEATHERAPP specifies the application to display the weather information.
## Value Operation
## "" (null) Weather application is disabled
## "default" Weather application is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
## 9621 and 9641 H.323 R6.0 and later
## 9670 H.323 R2.0 and later
## SET WEATHERAPP default