Avaya one-X Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 Readme

Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 Readme
Avaya one-X ® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 Readme
This file is the Readme for the Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 (H.323 3.2) software for the
9620, 9620C, 9620L, 9630, 9630G, 9640, 9640G, 9650, 9650C and 9670G IP Deskphones. This file
describes the contents of the January 2013 software distribution package.
H.323 3.2 software is supported on the 9620, 9620C, 9620L, 9630, 9630G, 9640, 9640G, 9650, 9650C
and 9670G IP Deskphones. The software will not load or operate on any other models.
This release supersedes all previous Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.1 releases. Avaya
recommends that all customers upgrade both new and installed IP Deskphones to this version at their
earliest convenience.
Avaya Aura ® Communication Manager (CM) Compatibility
Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 is supported on Avaya Aura® Communication Manager 5.2.1
and higher. Avaya recommends using the latest Communication Manager release with these models of IP
Deskphones in order to take advantage of the greatest functionality and quality. See the “Communication
Manager Software & Firmware Compatibility Matrix” at http://support.avaya.com for the supported
software/firmware versions of the Media Server, Media Gateway, and circuit packs.
The 9670G is not natively supported on CM. You must administer the 9670G as a 9630.
For more details refer to the H.323 configuration section in the Communication Manager Administration
Guide which can be downloaded from http://support.avaya.com.
Avaya IP Office (IPO) Compatibility
Note that the H.323 3.2 software may not be included in the latest IP Office Service Pack.
9620L/9620C/9630G/9640/9640G/9650/9650C IP Deskphones are supported on IP Office 6.0 or later and
IP500 V2 hardware only.
IP Deskphone software
http://support.avaya.com.
is
included
in
the
IP
Office
software
download
available
from
Refer to the IP Office Technical Bulletin(s) for details on specific IP Office software compatibility and the
included version of IP Deskphone software.
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Avaya B5800 Branch Gateway (B5800) Compatibility
Note that the H.323 3.2 software may not be included in the latest B5800 Service Pack.
9620L/9620C/9630G/9640/9640G/9650/9650C IP Deskphones are supported on B5800 6.1 or later.
IP Deskphone software
http://support.avaya.com.
is
included
in
the
B5800
software
download
available
from
Refer to the B5800 Release Note(s) for details on specific B5800 software compatibility and the included
version of IP Deskphone software.
New Features in H.323 3.2
Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.2 contains the following new features:
Feature
Mute Speakerphone with
Shared Control
DHCP Option 43
50 characters for VPN
Logon/Pasword
Station Lock
Enhancement
Logoff Button in idle
screen.
Description
When using Avaya one-X® Communicator in “Desk Phone” mode with the IP
Deskphone to make a call, the outgoing call is initially placed in a “mute”
state. The “mute” key on the IP Deskphone must be physically pressed in
order to unmute the call. This feature is controlled through a new per-phone
setting in System Manager.
This feature also requires the use of Avaya Aura® 6.2 Feature Pack 2 or later
and Avaya one-X Communicator 6.1.5 or later.
Provides support for selected configuration paramaters via DHCP Option 43.
Refer to the Avaya one-X® Deskphone Edition for 9600 Series IP Telephones
Administrator Guide Release 3.2 for details about administering and using
this option.
The number of characters which can be used for a VPN user and VPN
password has been increased to 50 characters from the previous limitation of
30 characters.
This change is implememented for all models and is not configurable.
When a Deskphone is in a locked state and a user attempts to access the
phone, additional information is shown which describes how to unlock the
phone. The Station Lock feature functionality is not affected by this
enhancement.
This change is implememented for all models and is not configurable.
When a Deskphone is in an idle state, a “Log Out” (or equivalent language)
softkey can be displayed.
This change is implememented by provisioning the value 1200 in the
IDLEFEATURES parameter in the 46xxsettings.txt file.
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Feature
Display Name and
Number in Call Log List
Description
When viewing information in the “Call Log” list, this enhancement allows for
the choice of displaying only names, only numbers, or both. Names that are
too long to fit in the available space will be truncated on the right (i.e. show
the beginning characters of the name) and numbers that are too long to fit in
the available space will be truncated on the left (i.e. show the ending
numbers).
To implement this feature, the following parameter in the 46xxsettings.txt file
is used:
CLDISPCONTENT description
Valid values: 0 – the name followed by the number is displayed.
“Unavailable” (or equivalent language) is displayed in
the respective space if the name/number is not
available.
1 (default) – only the name is displayed. If the name is
unavailable, then the number is displayed. If the
number is also not available, then “Unavailable” (or
equivalent language) is displayed.
2 – only the number is displayed. If the number is not
available, then “Unavailable” (or equivalent language) is
displayed.
27 characters name
stored in call log details
Support for certificate
based client
authentication when
using HTTPS
Append # at the end of
an Edit Dial String.
This change only applies when the IP Deskphone is used on Communication
Manager.
The number of characters which can be displayed for a name in call log
details is increased to 27 characters from the previous limitation of 20
characters.
Note: Communication Manager may not always send the complete 27
characters to the IP Deskphone with the result being truncated characters at
the end of the name in the call log.
This change is implememented for all models and is not configurable.
From this enhancement, IP Deskphones will be able to use identity
certificates to authenticate themselves to HTTPS servers. This enhancement
provides a most robust and secure mechanism for data transfers such as
settings file downloads, backup/restore as well as WML browsing from the
phones.
If the user is using Edit Dialing, then this feature allows the dialed digits to be
interpreted by Communication Manager as soon as the user presses the Call
Soft-Key, without waiting for the inter-digit timeout.
To implement this feature, the following parameter in the 46xxsettings.txt file
is used:
EOEDITDIAL
Valid values: 0 – disabled
1 (default) – enabled
This change only applies when the IP Deskphone is used on Communication
Manager.
For additional details on these features, the installation/maintenance/administration of these IP
Deskphones, and User Guides, refer to the documents which are accessible at http://support.avaya.com.
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Issues resolved with H.323 3.2
H.323 3.2 provides fixes to issues not resolved in prior releases. This software release is based on
H.323 3.1.5 and includes improvements from interim patches.
Customers who are using interim patches must consult with Avaya prior to upgrading to
this software to ensure that the content of their patch has been included with this version.
Failure to take this precaution could lead to the re-appearance of a previously-resolved
issue.
Issues resolved in this release include:
External ID
Internal ID
Patch
Issue Description
Reboots
1-333138022
H32396X0-4023
9670G IP Deskphone resets when modifying personal
labels, if user presses the Back button while the label
is being saved.
Deskphone reboots after toggling between Call
Appearances between 20-30 times.
Phone generates an exception when starting 802.1x
and loading certificate for EAP-TLS authentication.
H32396X0-4071
1-3707112274
H32396X0-4284
Backup/Restore
H32396X0-4000
H32396X0-4473
3.950
3.984A
H32396X0-4500
H32396X0-4506
1-3869561305
H32396X0-4533
H32396X0-4508
1-3869561305
3.984a
3.984a
H32396X0-4533
Backup/restore fails on stations using IIS7 with basic
authentication.
Solution: Incorporate support for authentication
credentials inside BRURI.
Deskphone attempts to do a backup when
unregistering from unnamed registration.
Deskphone does not prompt user for new credentials
after invalid credentials are entered, in case of
authenticated Backup/Restore on a MS IIS-7 server.
HTTP Backup/Restore stops working on a Deskphone
whose extension is taken over by another Deskphone
multiple times.
Authenticated HTTPS Backup/Restore does not work
with IIS7
HTTP Backup/Restore stops working.
Memory Leak
1-2260826722
H32396X0-4375
3.959b
Plug a small memory leak on logff/login
Networking
1-3703378577
H32396X0-4395
1-3775120282
H32396X0-4431
H32396x0-4475
3.984a
Deskphones lose the ability to interact with the
default gateway (router).
Note: This issue only happens with HP routers
whose MAC addresses begin with: 08:2e:5f
Deskphone responds with NULL 802.1x Password
causing AAA server to lock account
Ensure that PHY2 speed matches PHY1 speed
Note: This is essentially a rework of patch
3.943a, to apply to all models.
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External ID
Internal ID
1-3707323141
H32396X0-4389
1-942850572
H32396X0-3978
1-3681119970
1-3707112274
H32396X0-4374
H32396X0-4284
Patch
H32396X0-4511
3.984a
H32396X0-4514
H32396X0-4520
H32396X0-4458
3.984a
1-3775120282
H32396X0-4553
1-385199973
H32396X0-4526
1-1QFPUM0
H32396X0-4507
1-3605088002
H32396X0-4261
1-3851599973
H32396X0-4526
Issue Description
Deskphone does not renew certificate from CA per
value set in MYCERTRENEW parameter.
9620 IP Deskphone in VPN mode cannot establish
connection in subnet.
Cannot load certificates with key length of 2048 bits
Deskphone generates an exception when starting
802.1x and loading certificate for EAP-TLS
authentication.
Deskphone fails to get 96xxupgrade.txt and
settings.txt using HTTPS, if there are no certificates
installed on the phone – such as a factory fresh
phone or after a MUTE CLEAR has been executed on
the phone.
Add support for new MIB variable endptVUMCIPADD
Support identity certificates use by TLS for HTTPS
Use downloaded certificates immediately for server
authentication, without requiring a reboot.
Deskphon responds with NULL 802.1x Password
causing AAA server to lock account (MD5
authentication only)
Deskphone can not get 96xxupgrade.txt or
46xxsettings.txt using HTTPS
When the PC is disconnected from the Deskphone
and supplicant is disabled, the RADIUS server
through the switch still prompts for 802.1x
authentication information.
Magic WOL packets in the network cause the
deskphone to reboot
Deskphone can't get 96xxupgrade.txt or
46xxsettings.txt from HTTPS (MV_IPTel)
intermittently (80%).
Phone Application
H32396X0-4433
H32396X0-4306
1-3573497029
H32396X0-4373
3.983a
1-3541098162
1-3475598952
1-3520619503
H32396X0-4486
3.980d
H32396X0-4450
3.981c
QQ171140
H32396X0-3902
1-3843365432
H32396X0-4488
1-3720887172
H32396X0-4409
Call Appearance is not displaying numbers and
numeric keypad gets locked.
Deskphone allows login without entering password if
previous extension’s password is the same as that of
current extension.
Team Button administered on a Button Module does
not reflect correct status after a backup or after a call
ends.
9650 IP Deskphone fail to register if HTTP server is
not available (MCIPADD re-use appers to be broken)
Authorization code is visible in the Call Log of the
Deskphone
Deskphone subscribes to push server when
registering in unnamed mode.
Deskphone does not send Report User Label to CM
(restore label) when user uses a Null Button label.
A missed call does not activate call log button when
9650 IP Deskphone is administered as 9650 on CM
and SAC is activated.
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External ID
Internal ID
Patch
H32396X0-4476
H32396X0-4130
1-3861670042
H32396X0-4494
1-1STZW5M
1-1SZG5SV
1-3991225403
H32396X0-4470
H32396X0-4517
H32396X0-4618
1-3932433582
1-3872637682
H32396X0-4582
H32396X0-4502
H32396X0-4311
3.980e
Issue Description
After reboot an unregistered Deskphone may
automatically log in to the extension that it had last
successfully logged in.
9670G IP Deskphone loads currently running
software, repeatedly.
9670G IP Deskphone backlight turns ON
automatically.
TTI’d stations drop calls 1 min. 30 seconds after a
warm interchange.
9670G IP Deskphone configured for classic ringtone.
Deskphone picks up new ring value from CM but will
not reflect the new value on the classic menu.
Return to Phone screen is broken in 3.1.5 software.
When using Visited User feature, Deskphone logs out
from “HOME” CM-Server after GUESTDURATION
expires
Deskphone displays “USB Login not allowed during
Guest Login” if it is in Visiting User mode and a USB
key is plugged into it, and the Deskphone is
rebooted.
Issues resolved/needing support from Servers:
The following table contains issues which may appear to be related to the Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323
software but are resolved through changes to the associated servers.
External ID
Internal ID
Patch
Issue Description
Server Info.
1-2260826722
H32396X0-4135
1-3593832942
H32396X0-4225
3.954a
Deskphones stuck at login prompt
Contact CM support
for the fix to MR
defsw12014.
1-34856666243
H32396X0-4252
1-3541098162
H32396X0-4259
1-3475598952
H32396X0-4282
3.974a
1-3376211165
H32396X0-4042
.
Change extension not working with
UNNAMEDSTAT 0.
3.980
3.980
H32396X0-3218
Picked calls are shown as missed in
Deskphone's call-log
9650 IP Deskphones cannot register to the
LSP.
9650 IP Deskphones are dropping calls 6090 seconds after a warm interchange
(server -i)
IP Office - Repeated login/logout of
Deskphones using hot desking and Feature
Access Codes, could cause Deskphones to
reboot, if Backup/Restore is enabled
Can not drop conference 4 party by "Drop"
softkey.
Contact CM support
for patch # 19736
Fixed in CM 5.2.1
SP14, 6.0.1 SP 10,
6.2 SP4, 6.3 GA
Resolved in IPO 8.0
Contact CM Support
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External ID
Internal ID
Patch
H32396X0-4300
Issue Description
Cannot use the ‘Drop’ softkey to drop
anyone except one party from a 4 or more
party conference
VPN issue in 9620 IP Deskphone version
3.1 SP2 (3.102S) while working with Cisco
ASA.
Note: This is a Cisco ASA issue, not a
Avaya endpoint issue.
Phone doesn’t renew certificate, if in
unnamed registration since CM doesn’t send
date/time updates to endpoints registered
in unnamed mode.
1-2163689832
H32396X0-3931
wi00947686
H32396X0-4634
Server Info.
Contact Cisco
support
This requires a CM
enhancement
tracked by GRIP
10143
H.323 3.2 Package Content
The H.323 3.2 package contains all the files necessary to upgrade Avaya new or previously installed IP
Deskphones to the H.323 3.2 software release.
The following files are included in each package:

hb96xxua3_2_0_S.bin - signed binary for Boot Burner Application for all but 9670G IP
Deskphone

hb96xxua3_2_0_S.bin - signed binary for Boot Burner Application for 9670G IP Deskphone

ha96xxua3_2_0_S.bin - signed binary for IP Deskphone Application for all but 9670G IP
Deskpone

ha9670ua3_2_0_S.bin - signed binary for IP Deskphone Application for 9670G IP Deskphone

ha96xxua3_1_05_S.bin - signed binary for Phone Application for 9610 model

hb96xxua3_1_05_S.bin - signed binary for Boot Burner Application for 9610 model

96xxupgrade.txt – To upgrade to this release, you must change your 96xxupgrade.txt file.
The sample upgrade script that is included in this package is generic, in that it will upgrade all
existing 9600 phones (except the 9610) to this maintenance release.
Any 9610 IP Deskphone will only upgrade to the 3.1.5 Maintenance Release, since that is the
last supported software release on these phones.
If you have other phones that are using this script for other software upgrades and
installations, ensure that you note the changes between the scripts.
Make a backup copy of your current upgrade script, and incorporate the binary name changes
for this release into your 96xxupgrade.txt file.
If you are going to modify your 46xxsettings file, make a backup copy of this file, and
incorporate the feature changes for this release.

Sixteen predefined language files for phone display:
o
mlf_S31_v76_arabic.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_chinese.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_dutch.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_english_large.txt
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
o
mlf_S31_v76_french_can.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_french_paris.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_german.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_hebrew.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_italian.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_japanese.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_korean.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_portuguese.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_russian.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_spanish.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_spanish_latin.txt
o
mlf_S31_v76_template_english.txt
Eight Language and Grammar files for Voice Initiated Dialing (VID) Feature
o
DUN_S20_v3.tar (Dutch).
o
ENG_S20_v3.tar (UK English)
o
ENU_S20_v3.tar (US English)
o
FRF_S20_v3.tar (Parisian French)
o
GED_S20_v3.tar (German)
o
ITI_S20_v3.tar (Italian)
o
PTB_S20_v3.tar (Brazilian Portuguese)
o
SPE_S20_v3.tar (Spanish)
NOTE - The VID files used with H.323 3.2 software and the VID files used with H.323 6.x
software (for 9608/9611G/9621G/9641G IP Deskphones) are different.
In a mixed environment, ensure that your 46xxsettings.txt file is configured to provide
the correct files for the different models of IP Deskphones.

av_prca_pem_2033.txt - Avaya Product Root CA certificate with an expiration date of 2033.

release.xml
The signatures in the signatures subdirectory of the zipped distribution packages are only intended
to be used by the file server, and the file server that is on the CM 6.x Utility Server is the only file
server that currently supports this.
The
current
46xxsettings.txt
file
is
available
for
separate
download
at
http://support.avaya.com and should be used if you want to set any of the new system
specific parameters to non-default values.
With this release, a new MIB is also being released and is available a separate download at
http://support.avaya.com. A new MIB variable endptVUMCIPADD has been added to the MIB.
The H.323 3.2 package is available in the following versions:


96xx-IPT-H323-R3_2_0-011013.zip
96xx-IPT-H323-R3_2_0-011013.tar
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Important note for customers that use 802.1x to authenticate IP
Deskphones on their network
Customers running Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.1 SP2 (R3.102S) software who use 802.1x
for authenticating their IP Deskphones on their network, i.e. they have 802.1x Supplicant enabled on their
phones, should NOT upgrade directly to H.323 3.2. Upgrading to H.323 3.2 will cause the Supplicant on
their IP Deskphones to be turned OFF, with the result that they will no longer be able to connect to the
data network.
Customers running Avaya one-X® Deskphone H.323 Release 3.1 SP2 (3.102S) software and use 802.1x
for authenticating the phones on their network require a two-step upgrade process:
1. Upgrade first to R3.941a, available at:
ftp://ftp.avaya.com/incoming/Up1cku9/AvayaT4APP/IPT/96xxPatchesAndSoftware/R3.1SP3xx/96x
x-IPT-H323-R3_941-112911.zip This patch contains the contents of H.323 3.1 SP3, but without
turning OFF 802.1x Supplicant on the phones, thus avoiding the problem of their phones being
disconnected from the network.
2. Upgrade next to Release 3.2.
This advisory does NOT apply to customers who do not use 802.1x to authenticate IP Deskphones (i.e.
the Supplicant on their phones is turned OFF) but instead use it to authenticate devices connected to the
network via the secondary Ethernet port on the IP Deskphones. Such customers can safely upgrade to
H.323 3.2.
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Unresolved issues in H.323 3.2
The following table includes unresolved issues with this release of software.
Customers who are using interim patches must consult with Avaya prior to upgrading to
this software to ensure that the content of their patch has been included with this version.
Failure to take this precaution could lead to the re-appearance of a previously-resolved
issue.
External ID
Internal ID
Patch
Issue Description
Voice Initiated Dialing
H32396X0-4204
Deskphones cannot download new Voice Initiated
Dialing dictionary files, using HTTPS, if the user
changes the Voice Initiated Dialing language.
Networking
1-3926367282
H32396X0-4577
Deskphone disregards DNS response if the BRURI
contains a Domain Name that differs from the
DOMAIN setting received from the DHCP server.
HTTP/HTTPS
H32396X0-4256
9670G IP Deskphone sends a malformed GET
request to the HTTP server if the “Refresh” is
pressed more than once.
VPN Mode
1-1267590761
H32396X0-3994
3.919
VPN phone reboots once Deskphones do the re-key
every 6 hours
Note: This occurs only in the event that the rekey results in the phone’s IP Address changing
and the phone rebooting in this event, is as per
design, therefore there is no software fix for it.
Reboot/Lockup
1-3463518477
H32396X0-4295
9650 IP Deskphone reboots intermittently due to
handset hyperactivity.
Deskphone freezes during boot-up when there is a
mismatch between the Trusted Certificate on the
phone and the Trusted Certificate on the server
being authenticated.
H32396X0-4388
Phone Application
H32396X0-4240
H32396X0-4311
1-1428290389
H32396X0-3983
H32396X0-4318
3.917
Visiting user feature is not supported on the 9670G
IP Deskphone.
Deskphone displays “USB Login not allowed during
Guest Login” if it is in Visiting User mode and a USB
key is plugged into it, and the phone is rebooted.
DTMF Clipped or Delayed on Rapid Dialing
Note: This issue is related to network latency
and there is no software fix for it.
Deskphones automatically login to the previous
user’s extension, after a USB login session is ended
by rebooting phone and plugging out the USB stick.
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External ID
Internal ID
1-3666783247
H32396X0-4268
1-4009053280
H32396X0-4689
Patch
Issue Description
Call Timer runs continuously even when call is
dropped.
Note: Only happens with IP Office AND when
the Line Appearance label contains a colon (:)
character.
Call Timer does not exist during auto-dial
H32396X0-4576
Cannot make call from Contacts with extension
name of greater than 20 characters and the name
ends with digits.
Name & number overlapped in Call Log list for
missed call log entry if the name ends in digits.
Security code shows up in Call Log when station lock
FAC is used.
H32396X0-4572
H32396X0-4562
Memory Leak
1-2260826722
H32396X0-4286
1-2260826722
H32396X0-4376
H32396X0-4406
3.959b
Prevent memory fragmentation by using Best Fit
instead of First fit memory allocation algorithm.
Creating memory partitions after phone has logged
in, to reduce fragmentation.
Memory leak when using HTTPS based Backup
operation.
Backup/Restore
H32396X0-4525
Deskphone reboots if BRURI contains an “@”
character as part of the username or password
Misc.
1-3739958340
H32396X0-4379
Weather application on the 9670G IP Deskphone,
may not display certain cities outside the United
States, correctly.
Note: The 9670G IP Deskphone is working as
designed, therefore no software change was
made to address this issue.
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Advisements with H.323 3.2 software
Use of HTTPS for Backup/Restore
While Avaya one-X® H.323 3.x software supports the use of HTTPS for Backup/Restore of user data
including Call Logs, it has been found that there is a significant memory leak that occurs whenever user
data is backed up using HTTPS. This is especially relevant for those installations that have Call Log
Backups enabled for every call. To prevent this memory leak from affecting the performance of the
phones, Avaya recommends that the Timed Call Log Backup feature be used. For details on this feature,
refer to the 9600 Series IP Telephones Administrator Guide
Use of 802.1x authentication with EAP-TLS and a Microsoft RADIUS server
9600-Series IP Deskphones with one-X® H.323 3.1.4 or later software will pass their MAC address as the
identity when doing 802.1x authentication using EAP-TLS. Microsoft RADIUS servers require that the CN in
the certificate of the supplicant match their identity. Therefore administrators should set the MYCERTCN
parameter in the settings.txt file to the MAC address of the IP Deskphone using the $MACADDR macro. If
the MYCERTCN is set to any other value, then 802.1x authentication using EAP-TLS will fail since the
Microsoft RADIUS server will reject the identity ceriticate of the IP Deskphone.
Support for duplicated ESS servers and proper operation of the 9600Series IP Deskphones with H.323 3.2 software, during failovers to LSP and
after a ESS interchange
The H.323 3.1.5 software has incorporated enhancements to provide seamless failover from Main to ESS
servers as well as to LSP’s and ESS interchanges in duplicated ESS environments. The proper operation of
these enhancement require changes to the corresponding Avaya Aura® Communication Manager. These
enhancements have now been incorporated into Avaya Aura Communication Manager Release 5.2.1
SP14, 6.0.1 SP 10, 6.2 SP4 and 6.3. Contact Communication Manager Support for further support
on upgrading to these releases.
Use of more than 3 language settings in the settings file and users who use
the IP Deskphones over a VPN.
If you are upgrading from a 3.1 SP3 (3.1.3) or earlier version of software, and have more than 3
languages set in their settings.txt file, and the IP Deskphone is working in VPN mode, then you will
possibly encounter failures during the upgrade process.
For such customers, we recommend that they only set 3 languages in the settings file for users who are
using the IP Deskphones in VPN mode.
As an example, they can do the following in their settings.txt file, before upgrading the IP Deskphones to
this release:
IF $VPNACTIVE SEQ 0 GOTO ALL_LANG
SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v71_template_english.txt”
SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v71_french_paris.txt"
SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v71_spanish.txt"
SET LANG4FILE ""
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GOTO OTHER_SETTINGS
# ALL_LANG
SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v71_template_english.txt”
SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v71_french_paris.txt"
SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v71_spanish.txt"
SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v71_german.txt"
# OTHER_SETTINGS
Using a Utility Server for upgrading IP Deskphones
If you are using a Utility Server for upgrading IP Deskphones, then make sure that the ‘GOTO’ keywords
in your 96xxupgrade.txt are all in lower case. Refer to the 96xxupgrade.txt file packaged with the release,
for an example.
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Release History - H.323 3.1.x/3.2.x Software
The following table provides a history of the H.323 3.1 software releases. The “ID” columns shows the
identifier of this software which will be seen on the “About Avaya one-X” menu item.
Release
ID
Date
Link to Readme file
3.1
S3.1
3.1.1
3.1 Service Pack 1
S3.110b
S3.101S
ftp://ftp.avaya.com/incoming/Up1cku9/tsoweb/9600/111
609/96xx_H323_3_10_Readme.pdf
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100077293
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100110607
3.1 Service Pack 2
3.1 Service Pack 3
S3.102S
S3.103S
3.1 Service Pack 4
3.1.5
S3.104S
S3.105S
3.2.0
S3.2
November
2009
March 2010
September
2010
March 2011
November
2011
March 2012
August
2012
January
2013
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100129848
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100151332
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100157813
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100164663
http://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100169011
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License Agreements
1) Expat 2.0
Downloaded website: http://expat.sourceforge.net
Copyright notice: Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and
Clark Cooper Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers.
License URL:
http://expat.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/*checkout*/expat/expat/COPYING?revision=1.4
License version: NA
License text:
Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and Clark Cooper
Copyright(c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and
associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
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Copyright notice:
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Copyright(C) 1995-1998 Eric A. Young, Tim J. Hudson
All rights reserved.
License Name: BSD-style Open Source licenses
License URL: http://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
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License text:
The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and
the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit. See below for the actual license texts. Actually both
licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL
please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
OpenSSL License
--------------/* ====================================================================
* Copyright (c) 1998-2004 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
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* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
*
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"
*
* 4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to
*
endorse or promote products derived from this software without
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*
* 5. Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL"
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* Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
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Original SSLeay License
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----------------------/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
* All rights reserved.
*
* This package is an SSL implementation written
* by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
* The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
*
* This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as
* the following conditions are aheared to. The following conditions
* apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
* lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation
* included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
* except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
*
* Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in
* the code are not to be removed.
* If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution
* as the author of the parts of the library used.
* This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or
* in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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* 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
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must display the following acknowledgement:
*
"This product includes cryptographic software written by
*
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*
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library
*
being used are not cryptographic related :-).
* 4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from
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Copyright notice:
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License URL:
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