Release Notes
SIP Application
SoundPoint IP, SoundStation IP
®
®
Version 3.1.6
18 January 2010
Part Number 3804-11530-316
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.
GENERAL ................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
IMPORTANT NOTES ................................................................................................................ 1
1.2
FEATURE LICENSE AND PLATFORM LIMITATIONS .................................................................. 2
1.3
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................ 3
1.4
DISTRIBUTION FILES .............................................................................................................. 3
1.4.1 Release using individual (split) files ................................................................................. 3
1.4.2 Release using Combined Image ........................................................................................ 4
2.
CHANGES ................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
VERSION 3.1.6 ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 5
2.1.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 5
2.1.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ........................................................................... 5
2.2
VERSION 3.1.5 (LIMITED DISTRIBUTION) ............................................................................... 5
2.2.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 5
2.2.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 5
2.2.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.2.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ........................................................................... 5
2.3
VERSION 3.1.4 ....................................................................................................................... 6
2.3.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 6
2.3.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 6
2.3.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 6
2.3.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ........................................................................... 6
2.4
VERSION 3.1.3 C .................................................................................................................... 6
2.4.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 6
2.4.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 6
2.4.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 6
2.4.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ........................................................................... 7
2.5
VERSION 3.1.3 B .................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 7
2.5.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 7
2.5.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ........................................................................... 7
2.6
VERSION 3.1.3 (LIMITED RELEASE – VERSION 3.1.3.0336 ) ................................................... 7
2.6.1 Added or Changed Features ............................................................................................. 7
2.6.2 Removed Features ............................................................................................................. 8
2.6.3 Corrections ....................................................................................................................... 8
2.6.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ......................................................................... 12
2.7
VERSION 3.1.2 B .................................................................................................................. 13
2.7.1 Added or Changed Features ........................................................................................... 13
2.7.2 Removed Features ........................................................................................................... 13
2.7.3 Corrections ..................................................................................................................... 13
2.7.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ......................................................................... 13
2.8
VERSION 3.1.2 ..................................................................................................................... 13
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2.8.1 Added or Changed Features ........................................................................................... 13
2.8.2 Removed Features ........................................................................................................... 14
2.8.3 Corrections ..................................................................................................................... 14
2.8.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ......................................................................... 17
2.9
VERSION 3.1.1 B .................................................................................................................. 18
2.9.1 Added or Changed Features ........................................................................................... 18
2.9.2 Removed Features ........................................................................................................... 18
2.9.3 Corrections ..................................................................................................................... 18
2.9.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ......................................................................... 19
2.10 VERSION 3.1.1 ..................................................................................................................... 19
2.10.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 19
2.10.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 19
2.10.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 19
2.10.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 21
2.11 VERSION 3.1.0 C .................................................................................................................. 21
2.11.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 21
2.11.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 21
2.11.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 21
2.11.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 22
2.12 VERSION 3.1.0 B .................................................................................................................. 22
2.12.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 22
2.12.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 22
2.12.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 22
2.12.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 22
2.13 VERSION 3.1.0 (LIMITED DISTRIBUTION; BUILD-ID 3.1.0.0073) ........................................... 22
2.13.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 23
2.13.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 25
2.13.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 25
2.13.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 30
2.14 VERSION 3.0.4 ..................................................................................................................... 34
2.14.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 34
2.14.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 34
2.14.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 34
2.14.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 35
2.15 VERSION 3.0.3 B .................................................................................................................. 35
2.15.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 35
2.15.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 35
2.15.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 36
2.15.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 36
2.16 VERSION 3.0.3 ..................................................................................................................... 36
2.16.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 36
2.16.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 36
2.16.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 36
2.16.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 38
2.17 VERSION 3.0.2 C .................................................................................................................. 38
2.17.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 38
2.17.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 38
2.17.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 38
2.17.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 38
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2.18 VERSION 3.0.2 B (LIMITED RELEASE – BUILD-ID 3.0.2.0917) .............................................. 38
2.18.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 38
2.18.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 39
2.18.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 39
2.18.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 41
2.19 VERSION 3.0.1REVB ............................................................................................................ 42
2.19.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 42
2.19.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 42
2.19.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 42
2.20 VERSION 3.0.1 (LIMITED DISTRIBUTION – BUILD-ID 3.0.1.0032) ......................................... 43
2.20.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 43
2.20.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 43
2.20.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 43
2.20.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 43
2.21 VERSION 3.0.0 ..................................................................................................................... 43
2.21.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 43
2.21.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 44
2.21.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 45
2.21.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 48
2.22 VERSION 2.2.2 ..................................................................................................................... 48
2.22.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 48
2.22.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 49
2.22.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 49
2.22.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 50
2.23 VERSION 2.2.1 (LIMITED RELEASE) ..................................................................................... 50
2.23.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 50
2.23.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 50
2.23.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 50
2.23.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 51
2.24 VERSION 2.2.0 ..................................................................................................................... 51
2.24.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 51
2.24.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 53
2.24.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 53
2.24.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 56
2.25 VERSION 2.1.2 ..................................................................................................................... 59
2.25.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 59
2.25.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 60
2.25.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 60
2.25.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 61
2.26 VERSION 2.1.1 C .................................................................................................................. 61
2.26.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 61
2.26.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 62
2.26.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 62
2.26.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 62
2.27 VERSION 2.1.1 ..................................................................................................................... 62
2.27.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 62
2.27.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 62
2.27.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 62
2.27.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 64
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2.28 VERSION 2.1.0 ..................................................................................................................... 65
2.28.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 65
2.28.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 66
2.28.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 66
2.28.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 68
2.29 VERSION 2.0.3 B .................................................................................................................. 69
2.29.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 69
2.29.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 70
2.29.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 70
2.29.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 70
2.30 VERSION 2.0.3 ..................................................................................................................... 70
2.30.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 70
2.30.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 70
2.30.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 70
2.30.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 71
2.31 VERSION 2.0.2 ..................................................................................................................... 72
2.31.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 72
2.31.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 73
2.31.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 73
2.31.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 73
2.32 VERSION 2.0.1 B .................................................................................................................. 73
2.32.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 73
2.32.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 73
2.32.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 73
2.32.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 73
2.33 VERSION 2.0.1 ..................................................................................................................... 74
2.33.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 74
2.33.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 74
2.33.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 74
2.33.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 76
2.34 VERSION 2.0.0 (BETA RELEASE ONLY) ................................................................................ 77
2.34.1 Added or Changed Features ....................................................................................... 77
2.34.2 Removed Features ....................................................................................................... 79
2.34.3 Corrections ................................................................................................................. 79
2.34.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes ..................................................................... 82
3.
OUTSTANDING ISSUES ........................................................................................................ 85
4.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ................................................................................................. 88
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
General
1. General
These release notes apply to version 3.1.6 of the SoundPoint IP/SoundStation IP SIP
software. This release is a patch release applicable to „Legacy‟ products that are not
supported in the SIP 3.2.0 software release. The phone models to which this release
applies are listed in Section 1.3.
For more information, refer to the documents listed in Section 4.
1.1 Important Notes

When deploying this release in environments that include a combination of Legacy
and other phones, it is essential that the configuration files used by the phones are
properly matched based on the software version. Details on how this is achieved
may be found in Technical Bulletin 35311 which may be downloaded from the link
provided in Section 4.
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1.2 Feature License and Platform limitations
The following table summarizes several features that require a particular hardware platform
and/or a license key for activation.
SoundPoint IP Family of Products (Desktop Phones)
Feature
IP 301
IP 501
IP 600/601
IP 4000
VQMon
No
Productivity
License
Productivity
License
Productivity
License
LDAP Directory
Productivity
License
Productivity
License
Productivity
License
Productivity
License
Call Recording
No
No
No
No
Conference
Management
No
No
No
No
4-way local
conference
No
No
No
No
Electronic
Hookswitch
No
No
No
No
Enhanced Feature
Keys
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Customizable UI
Background
No
No
No
No
Local SRTP
Conference
No
No
No
Yes
Asian Language
No
No
No
Yes
Configurable SoftKeys
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
XML API
No
Yes
No
Yes
Enhanced BLF
No
Yes
Yes
No
Warning Field Display
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Productivity License – licensed as part of the Productivity Suite
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
General
1.3 System Requirements
Platform
BootROM version
SoundPoint IP 301
2.6.1 or greater
SoundPoint IP 501
2.6.1 or greater
SoundPoint IP 600
2.6.1 or greater
SoundPoint IP 601
3.1.0 or greater
SoundStation IP 4000
3.1.2 or greater
For details on historical software version support by platform please refer to the “SIP
Downloads Matrix” table accessible from the Polycom Support site at
http://downloads.polycom.com/voice/voip/sip_sw_releases_matrix.html
1.4 Distribution Files
The distribution of the SoundPoint / SoundStation IP SIP application is done using two
methods. Select the downloadable zip file(s) appropriate for your deployment model.
In some cases it may be beneficial to download both release files. If this is necessary,
download both zip files, extract all the files from the „individual‟ release and then extract the
sip.ld file from the „combined‟ release file. All files other than “.ld” files are duplicated
between the two release zip files.
For centrally provisioned systems, download the appropriate file and extract the files to the
provisioning/boot server, maintaining the folder hierarchy present in the zip file.
Some of the configuration files must be modified. Refer to the documents listed in Section 4
for details.
1.4.1 Release using individual (split) files
Use of „split files‟ is recommended as it will result in a faster upgrade time for the phone.
This method requires that all phones be running BootROM release 4.0.0 or newer.
Files
Description
2345-11300-010.sip-316.ld
2345-11500-030.sip-316.ld
2345-11500-040.sip-316.ld
2345-11600-001.sip-316.ld
2345-11605-001.sip-316.ld
2201-06642-001.sip-316.ld
sip-316.cfg
phone1-316.cfg
sip-316.ver
000000000000.cfg
000000000000-directory~.xml
SIP application executable for SoundPoint IP 301 – Version 3.1.6.0017
SIP application executables for SoundPoint IP 501 – Version 3.1.6.0017
SIP application executable for SoundPoint IP 600 – Version 3.1.6.0017
SIP application executable for SoundPoint IP 601 – Version 3.1.6.0017
SIP application executable for SoundStation IP 4000 – Version 3.1.6.0017
main core and SIP configuration file
example per-phone SIP configuration
Text file detailing build-id(s) for the release.
example master configuration file
example per-phone local contact directory XML file (edit and then remove
„~‟ from name to seed phones which have no directory)
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Files
Description
SoundPointIP-dictionary.xml
dictionary files for multilingual support include (no IP 30X support):
Chinese, China (for IP 4000 only)
Danish, Denmark
Dutch, Netherlands
English, Canada
English, United Kingdom
English, United States
French, France
German, Germany
Italian, Italy
Japanese, Japan (for IP 4000 only)
Korean, Korea (for IP 4000 only)
Norwegian, Norway
Polish, Poland (all phones except IP 301)
Portuguese, Portugal
Russian, Russia
Slovenian, Slovenia (all phones except IP 301 and IP 4000)
Spanish, Spain
Swedish, Sweden
start up welcome sound effect
SoundPointIPWelcome.wav
General
1.4.2 Release using Combined Image
The „combined‟ sip.ld file contains images for all members of the SoundPoint
IP/SoundStation IP products. This file is required for any phones that may be running a
BootROM release older than 4.0.0 (e.g. BootROM 3.2.3RevB).
Files
Description
sip-316.ld
Concatenated SIP application executable,
Version 3.1.6.0017.
main core and SIP configuration file
example per-phone SIP configuration
Text file detailing build-id(s) for the release.
example master configuration file
example per-phone local contact directory XML file (edit and then
remove „~‟ from name to seed phones which have no directory)
dictionary files for multilingual support include (no IP 30X support):
Chinese, China (for IP 4000 only)
Danish, Denmark
Dutch, Netherlands
English, Canada
English, United Kingdom
English, United States
French, France
German, Germany
Italian, Italy
Japanese, Japan (for IP 4000 only)
Korean, Korea (for IP 4000 only)
Norwegian, Norway
Polish, Poland (all phones except IP 301)
Portuguese, Portugal
Russian, Russia
Slovenian, Slovenia (all phones except IP 301 and IP 4000)
Spanish, Spain
Swedish, Sweden
start up welcome sound effect
sip-316.cfg
phone1-316.cfg
sip-316.ver
000000000000.cfg
000000000000-directory~.xml
SoundPointIP-dictionary.xml
SoundPointIPWelcome.wav
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes
2. Changes
2.1 Version 3.1.6
2.1.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.1.2 Removed Features
None.
2.1.3 Corrections

54423: SoundPoint IP 601: Phone reboots under heavy SIP traffic while using
Buddy Watch as a BLF.

54479: SoundPoint IP 601 + 32 member BLF: After upgrading from 2.1.2 to
3.1.3RevB, users experience a delay in transferring calls using the Transfer
key.
2.1.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.2 Version 3.1.5 (Limited Distribution)
2.2.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.2.2 Removed Features
None.
2.2.3 Corrections

54165: Phone cannot pick up call off hold after it receives NOTIFY with dialog
state="full" in response to its BLA re-subscribe
2.2.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
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Changes
2.3 Version 3.1.4
2.3.1 Added or Changed Features
None
2.3.2 Removed Features

Remove support for the SoundPoint IP 320, 321, 330, 331, 430, 450, 550, 560,
650, 670 products.

Remove support for the SoundStation IP 6000, 7000 products

Remove support for the VVX 1500 product.
2.3.3 Corrections

50189: SIP responses missing to-tag after Phone challenges INVITE

51031: Cannot change the language to Russian

52237/52017: Web interface Password entry is not masked when entered
(since SIP 3.0.0).

53826/50546: When URL dialing disabled, BLIND soft key appears in the 4th
soft key slot, as opposed to the 3rd slot, after pressing TRANSFER.

53827/51690: EFK feature is used for onetouch Voicemail dialing. When using
SIP 3.1.3 the phone appears not to honour the stickyAutoLineSeize.

53828/52014: In SIP 3.x.x when an IP phone picks up a transferred call in a
certain scenario, the call is immediately placed on Hold instead of being
connected.

53829/50254: Phone does not honor SDP sent in PRACK.

54214/50869: Phone will only offer SRTP when SRTP crypto suite is selected
2.3.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.4 Version 3.1.3 C
2.4.1 Added or Changed Features

Add Support for the SoundPoint IP 321 and 331 products.
2.4.2 Removed Features
None.
2.4.3 Corrections
None.
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes
2.4.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.5 Version 3.1.3 B
2.5.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.5.2 Removed Features
None.
2.5.3 Corrections

50103: SoundStation IP 7000/HDX: Volume change before dialing is discarded
after the POTS call is established

50104: Corporate Directory: If ViewPersistency is enabled, Scrolling down the
list of results from an Advanced Find querey, after exit ->re-enter->scroll up,
attribute filter in previous AdvFind is not maintained

50117: SoundStation IP 7000/HDX: Incoming POTS call resets the Ringer
volume.
2.5.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.6 Version 3.1.3 (Limited Release – Version 3.1.3.0336 )
2.6.1 Added or Changed Features

45869: Corporate Directory: Add support for LDAP directory queries using
VLV Indexing.

47179: Extend fast-fail over mechanism to transactions initiated over TCP
transport

47493: Corporate Directory: Improvements to User Interface. See Technical
Bulletin TB 41137 for details.

47495: Corporate Directory: Screen Idle Timeout needs to be reset whilst a
Corporate Directory search is in process

48183: VVX 1500: Add network jitter computation and reporting for video
packet channels

48467: VVX 1500: Touching the LCD screen at any location should wake the
LCD from the "dim" state to full brightness.

48484: IP7000/HDX: Allow Configuration control of the Dialtone sound level
when adding a POTS call to an existing Video call.
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Changes

48854: Change default for parameter mb.main.idleTimeout from 20 to 40
seconds.

48567: When DND/CF Sync is enabled the phone should not Forward or deny
any calls that it receives
2.6.2 Removed Features

47376: Remove License Requirement on uaCSTA feature
2.6.3 Corrections

23634: SoundPoint IP 320/330, 430, 450, 550, 560, 650, 670, SoundStation IP
4000, VVX 1500: Packet stats jitter should be computed exactly as shown in
RFC3550. Issue remains on SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600, 601 and
SoundStation IP 6000, 7000 phones.

43517: REFER-based 'click-to-dial' causes errors and may cause a phone
reboot.

44973 SoundPoint IP 301: Line label disappears after SCA phone views remote
shared line's call appearance list and the view screen times out

46795: SoundPoint IP 450: Colon in time display does not blink

46480: SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600, 601: Loud static „pop‟ and „hiss‟ may be
heard when receiving audio using G.729AB as the codec with VAD enabled.

46613: SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600, 601; SoundStation IP 4000: Audio not
transmitted or routed via default gateway when phone‟s subnet mask does not
match phone‟s IP address network class.

47303: URL BLF speed dial calls are using the incorrect "@domain" in
Signalling in certain scenarios.

47492: SoundPoint IP501: Message LED flashes continuously after receiving
blind transfer from a „centralized conference‟ leg

47609: SoundPoint IP 450: Phone is not able to display more than two status
notifications if server controlled ACD is enabled

47878: CLONE -Phone generating malformed XML with ACD Login/Logout for
some parameters.

47911: Forked INVITE back to caller fails to connect to voicemail on call
timeout

47915: Phone ignores 401 challenge after responding to 407 in a certain call
scenario.

47960: SoundStation IP 7000/HDX: Redialing POTS call from placed call list
dials as video call if the call was dialed from contact directory.

47964: SoundStation IP 7000/HDX: Phone displays wrong icon when
conferencing and adding a POTS call

48002: SoundStation IP 7000/HDX: Speaker volume drops to two bars after
making a video call
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

48039: BLF: Phone plays the „Attendant Ring-Tone‟ instead of the „Regular
Ring-Tone‟ if the remote line and local phone are both „Ringing‟ and the
remote line is answered and then put on Hold.

48046: On G.729ab gateway calls speaker phone volume is not loud enough
for low level signals

48076: BLF: Attendant phone does not automatically get placed on Hold if a
BLF or speed dial key is used to dial whilst an active call is in process on the
attendant phone. Only occurs if call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”.

48123: SoundStation IP 4000/6000/7000: Clock time does not increment while a
call is active if the idle browser is enabled.

48171: De-registration attempts do not authenticate and so fail to de-register
some lines.

48280: SoundStation IP 6000, 7000: When using TFTP or FTP as the
provisioning Server Type, phone does not save directory entries locally when
TFTP or FTP server is not available.

48385: VVX 1500: SSRC header field is not correct for RFC2833 packets.

48462: SoundPoint IP 501: Ring LED indicator continues flashing even when
the call is answered if an INVITE with “sendonly” SDP is received by the
phone.

48485: VVX 1500: Audio call recording during video calls may fail with certain
USB drives.

48577: SoundPoint IP 430: Default headset gains not correctly set which may
result in poor audio quality with certain headsets.

48591: VVX 1500: Click-to-Hold does not work correctly.

48605: call.stickyAutoLineSeize is not applied correctly when a line is ringing
and SilentRing is selected

48615: If call.StickyAutoLineSeize=”1”: Transfer fails if attempted whilst a
second call is alerting.

48667: If there is an incoming call while there is an existing outgoing call in the
proceeding state, the phone will not audibly alert the user for the incoming call

48668: 401 Authentication challenge to a VQMon PUBLISH may cause the
phone to reboot.

48672: Received volume on the handset is lower than desired for low input
signal levels. Addressed by adding 4dB gain at low input levels on the
handset. Gain at high input levels is unchanged.

48685 In SIP 3.1.2 the MWI NOTIFY must have the message summary for the
MWI LED to be lit.

48697: An incoming call without Caller ID Name but with Caller ID Number is
matched with the first local contact that has Name blank.

48699: TelURI doesn't process "tel://*50"
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Changes

48756: Unknown Party displayed on caller ID when using a shared line and
only number is provided, no name.

48778: VVX 1500: Motion detection is not starting after a video conference call.

48858: BLF attendants monitoring both initiator and recipient get confused
about state when initiator and recipient use the same dialog ID

48912: REFER transaction timeout set too high due to subscription state
expires from a NOTIFY with sipfrag on a successful blind transfer

48920: IP7000/HDX: When placing a Video conference call with 8 legs, the UI
does not show the two last call appearances.

48959: SoundPoint IP 430: After upgrading to SIP 3.1.2, the time portion of
date and time cut off when using a custom Idle Display.

48985: The phone may reboot if you receive or miss a call while looking at
information about a previously received or missed call.

49013: DND X icon does not update next to line key when BroadWorks ACD is
enabled.

49068: Receiving an OPTIONS message results in a spurious dialog
Notification being sent

49115: SoundStation IP 6000, 7000: Support new revision of Ethernet PHYs.

49129: VVX1500 U/I not showing updates while soft keys, physical buttons do
work.

49181: VVX 1500: When using the idle micro-browser the phone display
sometimes /freezes‟.

49201: Receiving Update with confirmed SDP before 200 ok caused the phone
to drop the outgoing call

49233 Incoming call line key animation is shown even after ending the call at
far end when the phone is initiating conference or transfer.

49237 SoundPoint IP601: One-way audio when changing termination mode
during call waiting when callWaiting.ring="ring" is set.

49256: VVX 1500: If the micro-browser tries to access a URL longer than 54
characters the phone may re-boot or lock-up.

49281: IP7000/HDX integration: When the IP7000 is used to adjust the volume
this may cause the HDX volume level to be reduced to 0.

49287: SUBSCRIBE terminate causes BLF labels to disappear for 2~4 seconds

49323: VVX 1500 reboots after lifting handset while in an empty call list

49402: Race condition when you seize one SCA line and then resume a held
call on another SCA before the line seize completes

49533: Incorrect UDP checksum in DHCP Decline message

49599: BLF: Attendant phone does not update 1/x widget when BLF monitored
line has 1 or multiple incoming calls being ended
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
Changes
49810: VVX 1500 seizes line key 1 when "call.stickyAutoLineSeize=1" and the
speed dial key is used to dial.
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Changes
2.6.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.localPr
ocessing.dnd
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.localPr
ocessing.cf
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.tcpFastFailover
If set to 0 and
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureContr
ol.dnd ="1", the phone will not perform
local DND call behavior.
If set to 1 or Null, the phone will perform
local DND call behavior on all calls
received.
If set to 0 and
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureContr
ol.cf="1", the phone will not perform
local Call Forward behavior.
If set to 1 or Null, the phone will perform
local Call Forward behavior on all calls
received.
If set to 1, failover occurs based on the
values of
reg.x.server.y.retryMaxCount
voIpProt.server.x.retryTimeOut.
If set to 0, use old behavior.
If reg.x.tcpFastFailover is Null,
this attribute is checked.
If voIpProt.SIP.tcpFastFailover
is Null, then this feature is disabled.
If both attributes are set, the value of
reg.x.tcpFastFailover takes
precedence.
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
changed
changed
changed
changed
added
voice.gain.tx.digital.headset.IP_430
voice.headset.txag.adjust.IP_430
dir.corp.pageSize
dir.corp.cacheSize
dir.corp.leg.pageSize
sip
added
dir.corp.leg.cacheSize
sip
added
dir.corp.sortControl
sip
added
dir.corp.autoquerySubmitTimeout
sip
added
dir.corp.vlv.allow
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Changed from 10 to 6
Changed from 39 to 21
Changed from 16 to 32
Changed from 64 to 128
pageSize applied to LDAP queries on
SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600 and 601
phones. Range is 8 to 64. Default
value is 8
cacheSize applied to LDAP queries
on SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600 and
601 phones. Range is 32 to 256
Default value is 32.
Controls how client makes queries
and does it sort entries locally. It
should not be used by customers.
If set to 0 or Null, leave sorting as
negotiated between client and
server.
If set to 1, force "non-sorting"
Queries (Not recommended due to
possible performance issues)
To control if there is a timeout after
the user stops entering characters
in the quick search and, if there is,
how long the timeout is.
If set to 0, there is not (disabled).
A flag to determine whether or not
VLV queries can be made if the
LDAP server supports VLV.
If set to 0, VLV queries are disabled.
If set to 1 or Null, VLV queries are
enabled.
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sip
added
dir.corp.vlv.sortOrder
sip
added
dir.corp.attribute.x.searchable
sip
sip
sip
changed
changed
added
ind.gi.IP_400.6.physW
ind.gi.IP_400.6.physH
pnet.remoteCall.localDialtone
sip
aded
pnet.remoteCall.callProgAtten
Changes
The list of attributes (in the exact
order) to be used by the LDAP
server when indexing.
A flag to determine if the attribute is
searchable through quick search.
This flag applies for x = 2 or greater.
If set to 0 or Null, quick search on
this attribute is disabled.
If set to 1, quick search on this
attribute is enabled.
Changed from 10 to 0
Changed from 10 to 0
0=no DialTone played when IP 7000
makes an outgoing POTS call on
HDX
1=Play DialTone when IP 7000
makes an outgoing POTS call on
HDX
Default=0
Attenuation (in dB) applied to tones
played by the IP 7000 for POTS calls
on HDX when HDX is the active
speaker.
Range -60 to 0; default=-15
2.7 Version 3.1.2 B
2.7.1 Added or Changed Features

Add Support for the VVX 1500 product.
2.7.2 Removed Features
None.
2.7.3 Corrections
None.
2.7.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
Several parameters added for the VVX 1500 product. See Addendum to SIP 3.1
Administrator‟s Guide for VVX 1500 for details.
2.8 Version 3.1.2
2.8.1 Added or Changed Features

34787: Add Support for ACD Call Center Agent functionality using the „Feature
Synchronization‟ method. See Technical Bulletin 34787 for details.
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Changes

38442: Add support for multiple NTP servers via DHCP Options 42 or 4 or DNS
SRV or A records.

44612: License file should be provisioned along with configuration files at
application startup.

45233: Implement a „scrolling status bar‟ on phones to match the capability on
the SoundPoint IP 450. This feature applies to all phones except SoundPoint
IP 301.

45460: Add “Quick Set-Up” option. See Technical Bulletin 45460 for details.

45795: Change "Browse Files" to "Browse Recordings" in USB Device menu

46270: Remove DHCP timeout menu option from UI

46631: XML API: Softkeys don't allow for having multiple submit buttons on
the page containing items list

46758: Modify 000000000000.cfg to reference the Configuration File White
Paper

47128: Lifting the handset whilst a BLF monitored line is ringing should seize
a line not answer the remote call. Quick Tip 37381 (see Section 4) has been
updated with to reflect this change.

47309: BLF indicator for a monitored phone should flash when the monitoring
phone calls the monitored phone.
2.8.2 Removed Features
N/A
2.8.3 Corrections

25666: 1/A/a not visible when editing some items on SoundPoint IP301.

42425: XML API: Two browser links highlighted after scrolling up a page in a
certain scenario.

43484: CMR/P: Recording does not happen if started while call was on hold
and then resumed.

44271: 200 Response to Cancel is not matched, such that retransmission of
Cancel continues.

44681: SIP 3.0.0 – 3.1.1 Releases: An internal line registration error could
occur if the phone was unable to reach its provisioning server on boot up.
This could result in the phone displaying “Service Unavailable” when the
associated line key was selected.

44727: Microbrowser may display overlapped text if multiple spaces are
included in the page.

45080: Line-seize behavior incorrect for speed-dial when
call.stickyAutoLineSeize.onHookDialing = "0"
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Changes

45102: SoundStation IP 7000: 1/A/a soft key is missing in Corp Dir search
screen.

45169: When using sampled audio as local hold notification Local hold
notification may play inaudibly or muffled.

45273: SoundStation IP4000 will not register when qos.ip.callControl.dscp =
"24"

45422: Adding speed dial entry using Expansion Module may place new entry
in an unexpected place

45479: SoundStation IP7000: Time&Date setting returns to the default when
the phone is rebooted.

45715: Ringing stops when users goes on-hook after lifting handset during
incoming call when up.offHookAction.none = 1

45799: XML API: Internal URIs: softkey:Exit, softkey:Submit and softkey:Reset
do not work when called from hyperlink anchor tags

46051: Manage N-way conference menu has overlapping items if long callerids are present.

46144: JPEG decoder fails on some files

46242: XML API: If an account supports 2 line keys, API notifications of call
events are sent for only 1 of them

46293: Phones may lock up if a CHECK-SYNC is received while a CHECKSYNC is in progress

46422: Five to six second delay in UI when using the SPLIT softkey to cancel a
transfer

46488: Phone plays continuous Reorder tone if a BLA line is successfully
seized with a new line ID after a previous GLARE response.

46539: Centralized Conferencing: Conference call is terminated if the phone
tries to join a conference that has reached its maximum number of
participants.

46553: When call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”, an active call is not put on hold
when 2nd call is made via speed dial or from calls list menu

46569: No ACK sent after receiving VM 200 OK w/ SDP, CANCEL sent 60 secs
later.

46610: Errors in Polish language dictionary

46737: BLF: Softkeys & Call appearance disappears on the console phone in a
certain scenario using a shared line.

46757: XML API: Issue with order of call appearances on a single line
registration and single line key

46763: XML API: URI softkey:exit does not work when executed from softkey
or hyperlink anchor XHTML tags
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Changes

46767: Configuration parameters bg.gray.selection are repeated in sip.cfg

46807: XML API: Ringer volume adjust tone is repeated every 5s in certain play
URI scenarios

46808: BLF: The 2nd and 3rd Expansion Modules may not work when IP601
monitors 47 BLF lines

46812: XML API: SoundStation IP4000 and IP6000 reboot when attempting to
execute the URI key:line2

46831: Phone locked up with "Reboot initiated" on the display, when it
received corrupted JPEG data.

46843: Using TCP as the transport and BLF line monitoring: An attendant in an
active call cannot perform a directed call pick-up on a remote ringing line.

46858: SoundStation IP 7000 may reboot/freeze if the TRANSFER and CANCEL
soft-keys are pressed in rapid succession.

46861: Call appearance is sometimes missing when a conference is split
during ringback on shared line

46939: Digest Authentication fails on first file in the CONFIG_FILES list with a
certain configuration.

46968: SIP "auth-int" digest authentication mode does not work.

46978: EFK: Configurable soft keys cannot call functions unless at least one
valid efklist entry is present

47083: SoundStation IP 4000: Phone does not send a register request when
parameters qos.ip.rtp.dscp and qos.ip.callControl.dscp are set to a different
value between 0 and 60

47110: SoundStation IP 7000: Enter user password in Advanced menu, phone
goes to Admin menu instead of User menu

47163: 603 Decline sent instead of 486 on DND

47185: In some scenarios, Directed Call-Pickup via BLF drops call and leaves
phone UI in a strange state.

47262: Microbrowser URL in configuration file is not recognized if it is
preceded by spaces

47310: Going on-hook on the handset of the BLF attendant during incoming
call to a BLF monitored line initiates a BLF Call-Pickup.

47345: If call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”; In some scenarios, initiating a call
whilst a BLF monitored phone is in the Alerting state may cause the phone to
lock-up.

47450: Port 17185 is open, presenting a security risk

47500: If call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”; Active call is not placed on hold when
another call is initiated by a BLF/Speed-dial key.

47530: Using a BLF or Speed Dial key for a Transfer operation does not work.
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Changes

47531: Using a BLF or Speed Dial key for a Conference operation does not
work.

47537: If call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”, initiating a second call whilst a first call
is in the “Outgoing Proceeding” State will result in two calls in the Proceeding
state

47681: BLF: Attendant may not be able to perform directed call pick up on a
monitored line if using a shared line.

47705: When a phone holds a call, press headset button->EndCall sk->NewCall
sk, the phone does not switch back to hands free mode

47716: Config call.stickyAutoLineSeize="1", phone does not seize correct line
key when dialing from Call List or Contact Directory

47728: SoundPoint IP 601: Attendant does not display incoming call
appearance and does not hear attendant ringing tone when a monitored line is
on the 2nd or 3rd Expansion Module

47741: When using 1, 3, 7, 5 key combo to reset flash settings, the UI has
some errors.

47866: SoundPoint IP 320/330/430/450/550/560/650/670: The phone may reboot
when hold reminder tone is enabled and a call is active on the speakerphone.

47537: If call.stickyAutoLineSeize=”1”, initiating a second call whilst a first call
is in the “Outgoing Proceeding” State will result in two calls in the Proceeding
state

47538: On-hook entered digits on a BLF attendant phone are erased if a
remote BLF phone in ringing state is answered on the remote BLF phone.

47559: In some scenarios a BLF attendant phone incorrectly plays the
attendant ringing tone.
2.8.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
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Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
phone1
phone1
sip
sip
added
added
added
added
acd.reg
acd.stateAtSignIn
voIpProt.SIP.acd.signalingMethod
voIpProt.SIP.compliance.RFC3261.validat
e.contentLanguage
See Technical Bulletin34787 for
details
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
sip
removed
added
removed
added
added
changed
changed
added
added
added
bg.gray.selection
bg.hiRes.gray.selection
bg.color.selection
bg.hiRes.color.selection
bg.medRes.gray.selection
ind.gi.IP_600.13.physH
ind.gi.IP_7000.7.physH
log.level.change.cmr
log.level.change.cmp
log.level.change.usbio
sip
added
prov.quickSetup.enabled
sip
added
pnet.hdx.ext
If set to 1, validation of the SIP header
content language is enabled.
If set to 0 or Null, validation is disabled.
Modified the method in which the
background settings are managed
across multiple phone models
Changed from 109 to 103
Changed from 60 to 76
Control the logging detail level for
individual components: call media
recording, call media playback, USB I/O
respectively.
See Technical Bulletin 45460 for
details
HDX Extension Number. For HDX/IP
7000 integration
2.9 Version 3.1.1 B
2.9.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.9.2 Removed Features
None.
2.9.3 Corrections

47034: SoundStation IP 7000 connected to HDX: Cannot make POTS call when
Ethernet is connected and Call preference configured to Auto.

47082: SoundStation IP 7000 connected to HDX: Phone does not Mute on
Auto-Answer.

47251: SoundStation IP 7000 connected to HDX: When participants in a multipoint call are disconnected the phone unmutes the local phone incorrectly.

47432: SoundStation IP 7000 connected to HDX: In a certain scenario the
phone sends audio to the far end even though it shows that the call is muted.
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Changes
2.9.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
2.10 Version 3.1.1
2.10.1 Added or Changed Features

Add Support for SoundStation IP 7000 integration with HDX Video systems.
This feature requires BootROM 4.1.2

41705: Revise error message, when USB drive is plugged into an IP650/670
and is not supported, to direct phone user to Polycom support web-site.

45411: Change hands-free volume control to give user improved volume level
adjustment capability.

45736: “Reset Device Settings” Menu Option will clear log files on the phone.

45969: Add a menu option to enable/disable headset echo cancellation.

46131: SoundPoint IP 450: Phone does not flash Time and Date when time
server is not configured
2.10.2 Removed Features
N/A
2.10.3 Corrections

27694: Interdigit interval of DTMF signal is less than "tone.dtmf.offTime"
setting

30380: In some situations the MWI state is not cleared when all voice msgs on
the phone are deleted.

34586: Phone redials incorrect number after cancelling transfer or conference

41615: Idle display animation will not appear unless phone is used in some
way if the .bmp image only completes downloading after the phone has
booted to the idle screen.

42233: Phone does not attempt Digest Authentication after redirect

43408: BLA line status not updated correctly with a particular signaling timing
scenario.

44099: If attempting to perform a Barge-In on an SCA and the INVITE gets a
403 Forbidden the call no longer shows as active on the phone that tried to
Barge-In

44319: SoundStation IP 6000 and 7000 phones do not use exponential back-off
for TCP retransmissions

44728: Call is not automatically resumed when pressing Cancel soft key after
pressing "URL"

44784: The To-Tag should not be included in an INVITE after a 401 challenge
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Changes

45039: Unnecessary Refer is sent by phone as it is being blind transferred to a
conference focus

45073: Phones do renew their DHCP Lease when they have been operational
for longer than 99 days.

45187: Voice streams are not resumed automatically after a play uri

45316: Phones can re-boot when a they are sent a check-sync while under
some load

45364: In a certain scenario, when SCA phone views remote shared line's call
appearance list, the UI does not return back to its previous state

45380: XML API: Phone may reboot when accessing XHTML pages containing
<softkey> tag

45386: When remote shared line is on hold, press NewCall >Cancel/EndCall sk,
both shared line displays hold screen

45410: Phone‟s micro-browser is not honoring DNS TTL.

45657: BLF Console Phone does not behave correctly when List URI is
removed from the server configuration

45750: Rapidly pressing a new speed dial key after it has just been entered
may cause the phone to re-boot

45602: Early dialog state not reported by NOTIFY if the far end does not
support (100rel) or send PRACK

45713: dialog-info document is empty in NOTIFY to subscription 2,3,,,n when
dialog state is terminated

45827: Entered number cannot be edited by pressing left arrow key to move
cursor to the left in some scenarios

45870: When bitmap is loaded as background for idle display and either the
plus or minus volume key is pressed, the volume indicator graphic does not
clear automatically

45895: Phone will not dial from contact directory when separators are part of
the contact e.g. 604-450-1234

45954: SUBSCRIBE to phone with expires less than 2 seconds will never
receive a NOTIFY

46047: BLF lamps remain on when no explicit "terminated" state sent for BLF
but it has been omitted in the "Full" list

46407: Soft keys do not show up after a call is taken off hold quickly - one-way
audio issue

46412: BLF: Memory Fragmentation and leak with receipt of BLF messaging

46500: BLF: DisplayName is not included in Remote Identity of Dialog when
phone receives REQUEST
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Changes

46543: BLA: phone should NOT send dialog NOTIFY with terminated after
receiving a cancel

46486: Enabling Idle Browser on IP330 may cause dialed digits to not display

46888: The phone erroneously sends G.711 mu-law audio with zero SSRC field
regardless of negotiated codec after a conference leg is resumed, a call held
by the far end is resumed, or a remotely held call on a shared/bridged line is
resumed.
2.10.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
changed
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_330
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_430
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_650
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_7000
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_6000
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_450
Changed from 6 to 5
2.11 Version 3.1.0 C
2.11.1 Added or Changed Features

Add Support for the SoundPoint IP 450 product.
2.11.2 Removed Features
None.
2.11.3 Corrections
None.
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Changes
2.11.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
Add DSP parameters for IP 450
platform.
sip
added
voice.gain.rx.analog.chassis.IP_450
voice.gain.rx.analog.ringer.IP_450
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_450
voice.gain.rx.digital.ringer.IP_450
voice.gain.tx.analog.chassis.IP_450
voice.gain.tx.digital.handset.IP_450
voice.gain.tx.digital.headset.IP_450
voice.gain.tx.digital.chassis.IP_450
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_450.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_450.postFilter.enable
voice.handset.rxag.adjust.IP_450
voice.handset.txag.adjust.IP_450
voice.handset.sidetone.adjust.IP_450
voice.headset.rxag.adjust.IP_450
voice.headset.txag.adjust.IP_450
voice.headset.sidetone.adjust.IP_450
bitmap.IP_450.*
ind.anim.IP_450.*
ind.gi.IP_450.*
Add UI parameters for IP 450
platform.
2.12 Version 3.1.0 B
2.12.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.12.2 Removed Features
None.
2.12.3 Corrections

45605: Missing closing XML tag in a configuration file causes a phone reboot
2.12.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.13 Version 3.1.0 (Limited Distribution; build-id 3.1.0.0073)
This version should be replaced by 3.1.0RevB
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Changes
2.13.1 Added or Changed Features

22971: Phone should re-register after changing auth parameters.

26010: Add support for Music On Hold (per IETF draft-worley-service-example01)

26765: Phone does not handle forked INVITE properly.

29788: Ensure transfer and call termination behavior is robust against
predictable failure modes

30210: Phone should be able to upload a 'tech-support' information dump

31171: Provide New Call soft key when alerting call appearance is in focus

31556: EFK: Add ability to configure Telephony Soft-Keys

32534: Allow on-hook dialing during the alerting state

32757: XML API: Make Micro-browser soft-keys configurable from Server

33428: Exit should exit, Back should take you back

33479: When entering 0 and 00 as speed dial number and saving, phone
should display error message saying invalid Speed Dial number.

33481: Phone should warn if user tries to enter duplicate Speed Dial

34248: Location of Transfer and Conference soft key should not change during
Transfer and Conference process

34364: Add GeoTrust to the built in trusted CA list

37592: Add configuration to give 'dead air' when phone goes off-hook

37644: Limit the number of conference groups to one on SoundStation IP 7000

38022: XML API: Support for asynchronous HTTP URL Push and HTTP POST
to the microbrowser

38032: XML API extensions for application support of telephony functions and
telephony integration

38286: Add support for Plantronics electronic hook switch. This feature
requires BootROM 4.1.0 or newer to operate.

38585: EFK: Add support for enhanced soft key (ESK) capability

38741: EFK: Add the ability to specify a HTTP or HTTPS URL to be loaded by
the microbrowser

38882: Update default list of trusted CAs on the phone

39145: Include Diversion Header Information in the caller-id display

39146: Add ability for the phone to display contents of the SIP warning field to
the user

39647: On registration failure (TCPOnly) phone waits 30-60 seconds for retry
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Changes

39666: Improve directory configuration parameters – see Administrator‟s
Guide for details.

39821: Add label field to local contact directory

40000: EFK: Add ability to invoke internal key functions via the macro engine

40265: Hide SAS-VP Provisioning Option from the User Interface

40278: SIP stack Tx support of Accept-Language

40341: XML API: Play API - audio file to be downloaded from the HTTP server
and played using the phones speaker.

40431: CMR/P: Add support for USB flash drives larger than 2GB on
SoundPoint IP 650/670 phones.

40543: DTMF dialing will process "," character as 2 sec. pause

40559: When phone is rebooted, it should first deregister before starting
reboot process

40978: EFK: Ensure that all soft key functions can be mapped to hard keys

41016: Add Slovenian to the list of languages supported by certain
SoundPoint/SoundStation IP Phones

41017: Add Polish to the list of languages supported by certain
SoundPoint/SoundStation IP Phones

41050: Enhanced BLF: Add indication of remote phone ringing to Dialog
Package BLF implementation

41161: Add decode support for JPEG image format on SoundStation IP 6000
and 7000 phones.

41177: Add configuration to control whether name or number comes first in
caller-id

41217: Show Diversion Header Information in the caller-id display

41264: Associate key colors with background bitmaps

41366: Update phone UI and Administrator Documents to properly reference
'CDP'

41622: Enhanced BLF: BLF Dialog Handling in SIP Stack

41629: Enhanced BLF: BLF call appearance UI changes

41928: EFK: Remove License requirement from EFK feature

42812: Add EFK support to SoundPoint IP 670

42979: CMR/P: Increase recording buffer size to accommodate flash drives
larger than 2GB

42980: CMR/P: Reject user attempts to perform USB operations while another
operation is still in progress, to support large flash drives.
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Changes

42982: CMR/P: Add UI icon to show when USB drive is busy, to help user
avoid accidentally removing the drive before an operation finishes

43144: Remove CFS restriction on SSAWC

44546: Set Handset AEC and AES to „on‟ in default configuration files to avoid
handset echo issues.

44740: SoundStation IP 7000: Call lists do not display sip: prefix for URL
dialed calls.

45222: Reduce the default maximum memory size for tones from 600kbytes to
300kbytes to avoid memory issues on SoundPoint IP 320, 330, and 430
products. See Tech Bulletin TB35704 for details on managing the memory
usage on phones.
2.13.2 Removed Features
N/A
2.13.3 Corrections

24740: Not all SIP header compact form supported

29946: Log files are not uploaded if an Apache 2.0.X boot server requires
authentication

34586: Phone redials incorrect number after cancelling transfer or conference
in a certain scenario.

35315: URL dialing fails, when shared line is in unregistered state.

35766: Phone locks up after receiving MWI due to extra space in config

36060: nonVolatile.maxSize does not set the contact limit

36728: MWI Caching across re-boots does not work as expected

36770: In ring type menu, ring gets played twice if the wav file is of more than
300kb.

36782: Pressing any digit key should close the pop-up volume control widget.

36933: Menu should not time out when custom certificate fingerprint is being
displayed and user input is expected.

37173: Charge-For-Software: Features not immediately deactivated upon
license key expiration, post license.polling.time

37233: SoundPoint IP330, IP430, IP650, IP550 and IP4000 phones are crashing
if we enter > 40 digit contact number in directory.xml file.

37449: The phone may re-boot when the user tries to end a local conference if
the call server does not respond to the REFER message.

37580: DoS: Multicast rate limiting is not enabled on IP601
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Changes

37848: LED indication functionality is not consistent among platforms when
IMs are exchanged between phones while on "Instant messages" screen.

37924: Peer-to-peer presence: More soft key appears in Buddy Status menu
when there are no more soft keys to display.

38284: Volume adjust -- text labels along with volume bar are incorrect in
some scenarios.

38403: RFC2543 Hold cannot be correctly set using phone's menu and web
Configuration

38452: Press and hold line key, assigning the in-focus entry to that speed dial
key does not work correctly

38548: Typing some value in the "Send message to:" field and exiting causes
problem when "Instant Messages" is re-selected.

38610: Burst of ring tone happens before ring back when call is placed for the
2nd time after the 1st call is dropped.

38631: Go to Directory menu, down scrolling icon does not display until down
arrow key is pressed if contact does not have last/first name

38633: [Corporate Directory] When there are no records in Corporate Directory
menu, Search soft key should not display

38636: CMR/P: Wav file cannot be opened when consultation call (of
Conference) is on hold.

38798: Operation of menus using the 'Back' softkey are confusing

39022: Transfer and Conference softkeys are still available on
IP650/IP550/IP301/IP4000 after maximum number of outgoing calls are made
from these phones.

39208: Content Type Header field not handled properly in Microbrowser

39317: Call cannot be resumed when reINVITE is given a 404 error

39533: Malicious connection to TCP port 5060 may cause phone to reboot

39546: [Presence]: phone should not send Presence SUBSCRIBE signaling
when pres.reg = invalid line number

39553: Corporate Directory: when DNS record timeouts, Corp Dir does not
honour TTL and sends a new DNS query

39598: VQMon: use of partition byte count (magic number) to detect SID/CNG
is too small - use buffer flags instead

39623: Headset: Headset icon (active path icon) disappears during call in a
certain scenario on the SoundPoint IP 430 phone.

39642: SoundStation IP 6000 and 7000 products reply to IP packets of
unknown protocol with ICMP messages

39788: SoundPoint IP 501, 601: Phone should not play incoming rtp when
offered recvonly stream.
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Changes

39935: Users of the IP650 hands free complain that sometimes, the phone
goes dead silent and they wonder if the far-end is still on the line

39987: Corporate Directory: In phone CD status menu the port displayed is
wrong, though internally the functionality is fine.

39988: DNS NAPTR mis-configuration can cause phone to reset

39996: Only one of the two calls appears on the UI when transferring a
conference between shared lines

40005: Phone does not remove BLFs from the U/I if all monitored users are
removed at once.

40057: Volume Control not visible when adjusting volume while in Manage
Conference menu

40066: N-way conf: In manage menu, Animations icon disappear from the
screen when user selects the participant by pressing its corresponding
number (digit) on dial pad.

40101: USB: Backlight does not get turned on when USB memory stick is
attached/removed.

40117: Corporate Directory: Modify algorithms for displaying CD status and
entry details.

40125: CMR/P: In Browse Files menu the file name gets appended with ellipses
(...) when exit from the Delete screen.

40126: CMR/P: File name is partially truncated at the beginning in audio player
screen in a certain scenario.

40197: CMR/P: The menu title for "Browse Files..." option is "USB Device"
which is duplicate of parent menu screen.

40328: Phone hanging on HTTP PUT with authentication

40399: Phones generates multiple SOA queries and eventually locks up if the
DNS domain is incorrectly configured.

40400: Phone issuing DHCP Inform packet when it doesn't need to.

40416: Backlight does not go to Dim mode (medium) under these scenarios
(when On intensity=HIgh, Idle intensity = Medium)

40436: Backlight intensity should not change from medium to low under these
scenarios when configured (On=medium & Idle = Off).

40445: Place an incoming call to a phone that enables call forward, screen
flickers incoming caller id for 1 time if the phone is in dial tone state

40503: [Corporate Directory] The scroll down bar is still available even if
corporate directory list is accessed to the end.

40561: [Presence] Backspace or "<<" softkey is not available on Add Buddy
Page for IP 4000 and IP 6000 phones.
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Changes

40562: [Presence] The first option in the "Mystat" list gets highlighted even if
option other than the first option is selected.

40586: SoundStation IP 7000 : Phone's UI does not display ''date and time'' in
the call appearance screen during multiple calls

40660: + being „escaped‟ as %2B in INVITE URI

40664: To establish a 2nd call using speaker key while the first call is on hold,
one has to press the speaker key twice.

40716: CMR/P: Renaming the new wav file to an already existing old wav file
should be prohibited. Currently, this failure replaces the new file completely
(content, length, size) with old file.

40718: CMR/P: Rename screen: (1) Title is incomplete. (2) Encoding soft key
appears after second press of 1/A/a sk.

40804: CMR/P: When new call arrives while user is in the audio player screen
but not playing audio, incorrect softkeys are displayed

40831: Corporate Directory: Page and Cache size parameters should be
configurable.

40862: Wrong soft key displayed while transferring a url call and selecting
blind

40898: Usage bar shows behind customer bitmap display

40945: Pressing DND feature during hot dial creates problem with new call
establishment.

41002: When entering contact directory entry, there is no soft key (1/A/a) to
change number/lower case/upper case

41034: CMR/P: No audio in Jabra 9350 headset when wav file is played through
headset mode, though the visual indicators show it in "Playing" state.

41173: Japanese XML dictionary needs a review

41184: SoundStation IP 7000: Wrong Date Time format when you select
Japanese language

41186: SoundStation IP 7000: Date Time format is wrong on the
Placed/Received Calls info when Japanese Language is selected.

41364: Phones does not honor MIME type for telephone event in SDP Answer

41448: Phone stops sending DTMF in a certain scenario

41700: RTP does not go to correct destination following reINVITE

42252: Configuring VLAN discovery does not incur a restart

42261: Phone will not search sub containers in the corporate directory

42749: Phone connects to LDAP server, but does not return records

42792: Media Attribute missing in Hold ReINVITE when SRTP is enabled.
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Changes

42841: Echo is experienced when calling IP 650 to IP 650 using G.722 HD at full
volume.

43014: call.stickyAutoLineSeize is not working correctly when a second call is
initiated from a speed dial.

43121: safeReconfig on SoundStation IP 4000 results in crash

43360: Phone sends a „terminated‟ notify with two different dialogs for the
same call

43513: SoundPoint IP 650 experiencing Echo at full volume on handset

43745: French XML Dictionary needs updating

44066: Ringer diminishes on some phones over time and stops working

44164: SoundPoint IP 320 does not respond to UPDATE when sent more than
9 seconds after INVITE

44223: SoundStation IP 7000: # key behaves as if pressing the “1/A/a “ soft key

44324: Feature key remapping does not always work

44029: When ANALOG HEADSET MODE is set to JABRA mode, there is no
audio call waiting tone.

44066: Ringer (including call waiting tone) volume diminishes on some phones
over time and stops being audible.

44413: Speed dial labels on line keys are switched from first, last to last first.

44423: Speed dial entries on 650s are coming up “URL Call Disabled”

44509: SoundPoint IP 600/601: Transferring and originating calls generates
“URL Call Disabled” message.

44520: Phone is generating aan unexpected NOTIFY on an incoming call which
puts the BLA status out of sync.

44763: Phones ignoring DNS SRV records response from Session Border
Controller in certain scenario

45093: SoundStation IP4000 and 6000 have no way to delete or backspace on
the Password entry screen.

45118: Digest authentication for SIP transactions fail when “digest” token is in
lower-case characters

45198: Dialing EFK macros from speed dial key does not work if URL dialing is
disabled.
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Changes
2.13.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.strictUserValidation
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.lineSeize.retries
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.header.diversion.enable
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.header.list.useFirst
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.header.warning.codes.accept
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.header.warning.enable
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.musicOnHold.uri
sip
added
lcl.ml.lang.tags.x
sip
added
up.numberFirst CID
sip
changed
saf.1
sip
sip
sip
changed
changed
added
voice.aec.hs.enable
voice.aes.hs.enable
call.directedCallPickupString
If set to 1, forces the phone to wait for
200 OK response when receiving a
TRYING notify.
If set to 0 or Null, this is old behavior.
If set to 1, forces the phone to match
user portion of signaling exactly.
If set to 0 or Null, phone will use first
registration if the user part does not
match any registration.
Controls the number of times the
phone will retry a notify when
attempting to seize a line (BLA).
If set to 1, the diversion header is
displayed if received.
If set to 0 or Null, the diversion
header is not displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the first diversion
header is displayed.
If set to 0, the last diversion header is
displayed.
A list of accepted warning codes.
If set to Null, all codes are accepted.
Only codes between 300 and 399 are
supported.
If set to 1, the warning header is
displayed if received.
If set to 0 or Null, the warning header
is not displayed.
A URI that provides the media stream
to play for the remote party on hold.
If reg.x.musicOnHold is set to Null,
this attribute is checked.
The format is:
• The first two letters are the ISO-639
language abbreviation.
• The next two letters are the ISO3166 country code.
• The next two letters are the ISO-639
language abbreviation.
• The remainder of the string is the
preference level for the display of the
language, or English if the language
is not available
If set to 0 or Null, caller ID display will
show caller‟s name first.
If set to 1, caller ID display will show
caller‟s number first.
The default value is Null. To allow the
SoundPoint IP welcome sound to be
played on reboots and restarts, set to
SoundPointIPWelcome.wav
The default value is enabled (1).
The default value is enabled (1).
The star code to initiate a directed call
pickup.
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sip
added
dir.corp.pageSize
sip
added
dir.corp.cacheSize
sip
added
dir.corp.scope
sip
sip
sip
changed
changed
added
voice.ns.hs.enable
res.quotas.1.value
apps.telNotification.URL
sip
added
apps.telNotification.incomingEvent
sip
added
apps.telNotification.outgoingEvent
sip
added
apps.telNotification.offhookEvent
sip
added
apps.telNotification.onhookEvent
sip
added
apps.statePolling.URL
sip
added
apps.statePolling.username
sip
added
apps.statePolling.password
sip
added
apps.push.messageType
sip
added
apps.push.serverRootURL
sip
added
apps.push.username
sip
added
apps.push.password
Changes
The maximum number of entries
requested from the corporate
directory server with each query.
The maximum number of entries
that can be cached locally on the
phone.
Type of search.
If set to “one”, a search of the level
one below the baseDN is performed.
If set to “sub” or Null, a recursive
search (of all levels below the
baseDN) is performed.
If set to “base”, a search at the
baseDN level is performed.
The default value is enabled (1).
The default value is 300KB for tones.
The URL to which the phone sends
notifications of specified events. The
protocol used can be either HTTP or
HTTPS.
If set to 0, incoming call notification is
disabled.
If set to 1, incoming call notification is
enabled.
If set to 0, outgoing call notification is
disabled.
If set to 1, outgoing call notification is
enabled.
If set to 0, offhook notification is
disabled.
If set to 1, offhook notification is
enabled
If set to 0, onhook notification is
disabled.
If set to 1, onhook notification is
enabled
The URL to which the phone sends
call processing state/device/network
information. The protocol used can be
either HTTP or HTTPS
The user name to access the state
polling URL.
The password to access the state
polling URL.
Select the allowable push priority
messages on
phone.
The relative URL (received from
HTTP URL Push message) is
appended to the application server
root URL and the resultant URL is
sent to the Microbrowser.
The user name to access the push
server URL.
The password to access the push
server URL.
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sip
added
softkey.x.label
sip
added
softkey.x.action
sip
added
softkey.x.enable
sip
added
softkey.x.precede
sip
added
softkey.x.use.idle
sip
added
softkey.x.use.active
sip
added
softkey.x.use.alerting
sip
added
softkey.x.use.dialtone
sip
added
softkey.x.use.proceeding
sip
added
softkey.x.use.setup
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Changes
This is the text displayed with the soft
key.
If set to Null, the label to display is
determined as follows:
• If the soft key is mapped to a
enhanced feature key macro, the
label of the enhanced feature key
macro will be used.
• If the soft key is mapped to a speed
dial, the label of the corresponding
directory entry will be used. If this
label does not exist as well and the
directory entry is an enhanced feature
key macro, then the label of the
enhanced feature key macro will be
used.
• If the soft key is mapped to chained
actions, only the first one is
considered for label, using the rules
above.
• If no labels are found after the
above steps, the soft key label will be
blank.
The same syntax as the enhanced
feature key action.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is
disabled.
If set to 1, the soft key is enabled.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key
replaces any empty space from the
leftmost position.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed
before the first standard soft key.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the idle state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the idle state.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the active call state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the active call state.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the alerting state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the alerting state.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the dialtone state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the dialtone state.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the proceeding state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the proceeding state.
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the setup state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the setup state.
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sip
added
softkey.x.use.hold
sip
added
softkey.feature.newcall
sip
added
softkey.feature.endcall
sip
added
softkey.feature.split
sip
added
softkey.feature.join
sip
added
softkey.feature.forward
sip
added
softkey.feature.directories
sip
added
softkey.feature.callers
Changes
If set to 0 or Null, the soft key is not
displayed in the hold state.
If set to 1, the soft key is displayed in
the hold state.
If set to 0, the New Call soft key is not
displayed when there is another way
to place a call.
If set to 1 or Null, the New Call soft
key is displayed.
If set to 0, the End Call soft key is not
displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the EndCall soft key
is displayed.
If set to 0, the Split soft key is not
displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the Split soft key is
displayed.
If set to 0, the Join soft key is not
displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the Join soft key is
displayed.
If set to 0, the Forward soft key is not
displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the Forward soft
key is displayed.
If set to Null, the Dir soft key is
displayed on the SoundPoint IP
320/330 phone, but not on any other
phone.
If set to 0, the Dir soft key is not
displayed on any phone.
If set to 1, the Dir soft key is displayed
on all phones as follows:
• In the idle state, it is displayed after
the New Call and Callers soft keys.
• In the dialtone state, it is displayed
after the End Call and Callers soft
keys.
• During a conference or transfer, it is
displayed after the Callers and
Cancel soft keys.
If set to Null, the Callers soft key is
displayed on the SoundPoint IP
320/330 phone, but not on any other
phone.
If set to 0, the Callers soft key is not
displayed on any phone.
If set to 1, the Callers soft key is
displayed on all phones as follows:
• In the idle state, it is displayed after
the New Call soft key and before the
Dir soft key.
• In the dialtone state, it is displayed
after the End Call soft key and before
the Dir soft key.
• During a conference or transfer, it is
displayed before the Cancel soft key.
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sip
added
softkey.feature.mystatus
sip
added
softkey.feature.buddies
sip
added
softkey.feature.basicCallManagement.redu
ndant
phone1
added
reg.x.strictLineSeize
phone1
added
reg.x.musicOnHold.uri
phone1
added
attendant.ringType
Changes
If set to 0, the MyStatus soft key is
not displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the MyStatus soft
key is displayed.
If set to 0, the Buddies soft key is not
displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, the Buddies soft key
is displayed.
If set to 0 and the phone has hard
keys mapped for Hold, Transfer, and
Conference functions (all must be
mapped), all of these soft keys are
not displayed.
If set to 1 or Null, all of these soft
keys are displayed.
If set to 1, forces phone to wait for
200 OK on registration x when
receiving a TRYING notify.
If set to 0 or Null, this is old behavior.
If this parameter is Null,
voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize is
checked.
If both parameters are set, this
parameter takes precedence.
A URI that provides the media stream
to play for the remote party on hold.
When present, and if
reg.x.musicOnHold is not Null, this
attribute overrides the global Music
on Hold defined in the sip.cfg
configuration file.
The ring tone to play when a BLF
dialog is in the offering state.
Permitted values are 1 to 22. The
default is Null.
2.14 Version 3.0.4
Note that Versio 3.0.4 was released after SIP 3.1.0, so it should not be assumed that the
changes in SIP 3.0.4 also apply to SIP 3.1.0.
2.14.1 Added or Changed Features

44546: Set Handset AEC and AES to „on‟ in default configuration files to avoid
handset echo issues.

45411: Adjust Speaker phone (Hands Free) volume control for better user
experience.
2.14.2 Removed Features
N/A
2.14.3 Corrections

43264: Phone is not able to answer calls due to duplicate INVITEs with same
details and new BRANCH ID
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









Changes
43513: SoundPoint IP 650 to 650 calls experiencing Echo at full volume on the
handset
44029: When ANALOG HEADSET MODE is set to JABRA, there is no audio call
waiting tone
44066: Ringer (including call waiting tone) diminishes on some phones over
time and stops being audible
44413: Speed dial labels on line leys are labeled switched from first,last to
last,first.
44423: Speed dial entries on 650s are coming up "URL Call Disabled".
44509: SoundPoint IP 600/601: Transferring and originating calls causing URL
Call Disabled due to unnecessary attempt to provision CFS license file via
HTTPS
44520: Phone generating an unexpected NOTIFY on incoming call, putting BLA
status out of sync
44763: Phones ignoring DNS SRV records response from Session Border
Controller in certain scenario
44818: Danish dictionary is Chinese
45073: Phones do not renew their DHCP Lease when they have been
operational for longer than 99 days.
45118: Digest Authentication for SIP transactions fail when "Digest" token is
all lower-case
45221: Oneway voice in handset/headset mode during call waiting when
call.callWaiting.ring = ring is set.
45719: Corporate Directory: Phone not sending correct details when
connecting to SUNldap Server
45761: DND Sync feature failing across reSUBSCRIBE
2.14.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
changed
voice.aec.hs.enable
Changed default value from „0‟ to „1‟
changed
voice.aes.hs.enable
voice.ns.hs.enable
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_330
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_430
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_650
Changed default value from „6‟ to „5‟
sip
2.15 Version 3.0.3 B
Change made applies to the SoundStation IP 7000 product only.
2.15.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.15.2 Removed Features
None.
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Changes
2.15.3 Corrections

41974: SoundStation IP 7000 occasionally reboots when the idle browser is
enabled
2.15.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.16 Version 3.0.3
2.16.1 Added or Changed Features

39423: Change default boot config and packaged sip.cfg value for parameter
voice.vad.signalAnnexB

40385: Add config parameters voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize,
reg.x.strictLineSeize and voIpProt.SIP.lineSeize.retries

40387: SIP stack will use config parameter voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize and
voIpProt.SIP.lineSeize.retries to make fault-tolerant behavior optional

40447:
Add a User Option to Restart the phone
2.16.2 Removed Features
None
2.16.3 Corrections



39635: Phones configured for a bridged line appearance reboot when they
receive an improperly forked duplicate packet.
39792: The phone is requesting a SIP URI on transfer instead of a number with
some call servers.
40175: Digitmap problem with IP330 and IP320s not processing single digit
map entry correctly

40287: Phone is not returning fast busy on a timeout when sending "TRYING"
state; it continues to send call "EARLY" causing BLA sync issues

40318: Buddy Status indicator not working when a function key is mapped to a
speed dial

40632: Phones hang at the welcome screen when DHCP server specifies a
subnet mask of 255.255.254.0

40673: Phone does not handle NOTIFY message correctly in Glare (race
condition)

40709:
Phone responding to subscribe that does not match its configuration

40766:
Phone must match To: header with third-party subscribe

41203: Phones not responding to DHCP offer using an option other than 160 if
Option 160 also has an entry. Affects SoundPoint IP 320, 330, 430, 550, 560, 650
phones.
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Changes

41351:

41403: CMR/P: Wrong popup appears when usb is removed after exiting from
the playback to the browse files menu

41475: After upgrade to SIP 3.0 The SIP Config option
msg.bypassInstantMessage=1 does not work correctly.

41614:

41645: Transfer of Held call causes party on Hold to automatically resume in
certain call server interactions.

41654: CMR/P: Call gets answered in speaker mode when off-hook if an
incoming call happens while in audio player screen.

41657: CMR/P: Headset memory persistence status goes wrong if an incoming
call happens while in audio player screen.

41666: CMR/P: While in audio player screen, ringing for an incoming call
happens in wrong termination mode. It should always happen on speaker.

41789:
AsFeature doesn't reSUBSCRIBE after losing the TLS connection

41808:
Idle logo does not display correctly in certain configurations.

41903: Corporate Directory searches may not return complete results if results
contain Unicode character values > 127 (server supports sorting)

41926:

41983: SCA Caller ID displays wrong direction as "From:" when remote shared
line places an outgoing call

42605: Speed dial shortcut should not apply if contact directory is disabled on
SoundPoint IP 330/320 phones
Call lists may show SIP URI on SoundPoint IP 330/320 phones.
Phone repeating USER AGENT string in HTTP request.
Navigation select button does not get call details.
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Changes
2.16.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.strictUserValidation
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize
sip
added
voIPProt.SIP.lineSeize.retries
phone1
added
reg.n.strictLineSeize
If set to “1”, forces phone to match
user portion of signaling exactly. If set
to “0”, phone will use first registration
if the user part does not match any
registration
If set to “1”, forces phone to wait for
200 OK when receiving a TRYING
notify.
Controls the number of times the
phone will retry a notify when
attempting to seize a line (BLA). Valid
values are 3 to 10. Note that in this
release, a value of 3 results in 10. A
value of 2 can be used to get 3
retries.
If set to “1”, forces phone to wait for
200 OK on registration n when
receiving a TRYING notify.
If this parameter is Null,
voIpProt.SIP.strictLineSeize is checked.
This parameter takes precedence.
2.17 Version 3.0.2 C
2.17.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.17.2 Removed Features
None.
2.17.3 Corrections

42034: Phone freezes when booting from TFTP server in certain scenarios

42060: When an IP601 with Expansion Modules attached is configured with many
speed-dials with long names. Removing or adding a speed-dial during a period of
high activity (e.g. call in progress) may result in sluggish UI response or in
extreme cases re-boot.
2.17.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.18 Version 3.0.2 B (Limited Release – build-id 3.0.2.0917)
2.18.1 Added or Changed Features

Add Support for the SoundPoint IP 670 product
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Changes

Add Support for the SoundStation IP 6000 product.

Add Support for the SoundStation IP 7000 product.

39292: Add dynamic test for un-recognized USB devices.

39532: After 500 Glare response, phone should retry call attempt on a different
line ID

39585: Add support for JPEG images (in addition to BMP format)

40351: Add additional USB flash drives to the internal list of supported drives

40591: Add background preference configuration to the phone‟s configuration
web server

41025: Set default LDAP Corporate Directory background re-sync period to 24
hours

41045: Make initial background LDAP Contact Directory synchronization optional

41363: Add additional graphic backgrounds to the IP 550, 560, 650 phones.

41517: Add JPEG support to the micro-browser
2.18.2 Removed Features
None.
2.18.3 Corrections

38539: Micro-Browser does not display Asian fonts on IP 550, 560 and 650
phones.

39603: Rapid hold-resume with SRTP can cause one-way audio

39608: Phone does not play ring tone when conference put on hold in certain
scenarios.

39610: Idle display not fully cleared when making new call.

39657: Phone may reboot if user removes USB flash drive while recording is in
progress

39678: Authorization response changes during multi-stage dialing

39716: Speed dial from up arrow shortcut using speed dial index does not work
correctly when BLF is configured

39932: Unicode text entry does not work correctly.

39979: SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 601 phones with SRTP disabled reject calls
offering both SRTP and non-SRTP media

40115: CMR/P: File browser continues to display file in file list after user has
deleted file

40266: Voice Quality Metrics incorrectly reports packet losses when VAD is
enabled
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Changes

40346: Corporate Directory: Improve message when connection is lost after CD
server initialized successfully

40427: Phone will send a 486 (Busy Here) SIP response if the reject soft key is
used after DND is enabled and disabled

40574: Phone ignores 'Require: 100rel' header in INVITE

40593: 2-way audio (call made from Shared line) gets lost after cancelling transfer
once the far end has performed hold/resume (or cancelled transfer/conf).

40598: Original call does not get resumed when transfer attempt is cancelled by
pressing the active termination key in certain call scenarios.

40669: Caller ID using up.useDirectoryNames="1" stops working when sip and so
logs set at 0

40686: DTMF tones are transmitted in band when RFC 2833 is negotiated on a
SoundStation IP 4000

40694: When call is put on hold at shared line the soft keys "New Call", Transfer",
"Conf", "More" don't appear

40724: SoundStation IP 4000: Call Waiting Tone echo‟d to far end caller.

40804: When new call arrives while user is in the USB Recording „play‟ screen but
not playing audio, incorrect softkeys are displayed

41199: 802.1x packets do not get forwarded by SoundPoint IP 320, 330, 430, 550,
560, 650 phones

41355: Phone responds with 501 to UPDATE request, which it should not do.

41364: Phone does not honor MIME Type for Telephone-Event in SDP Answer
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Changes
2.18.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voice.codecPref.IP_(6|7)000.*
sip
sip
sip
added
added
added
sip
changed
voice.gain.(r|t)x.analog.*.IP_(6|7)000
voice.gain.(r|t)x.analog.*.IP_6000
voice.(r|t)xEq.hf.IP_(6|7)000.(pre|post)Filte
r.enable
dir.corp.backGroundSync
sip
changed
dir.corp.backGroundSync.period
Codec support for IP 6000 and IP
7000.
Gain levels for IP 6000 and IP 7000.
Gain levels for IP 6000.
Prefilter and postfilter enable for IP
6000 and IP 7000.
Changed from 1 to 0, disabling
background sync.
Changed value from 43200 (12
hours) to 86400 (24 hours).
sip
sip
removed
changed
bg.ranges
bg.color.selection
Defines which background is used.
Default is “1,1”. First (left) index is the
type of background. Second is the
index into the table of that type.
Index
sip
added
sip
added
bg.hiRes.color.pat.solid.*.(name|red|green|
blue)
bg.hiRes.color.bm.*.(em.)?name
sip
added
button.color.selection.*.*.modify
Type
1
Predefined backgrounds
2
Solid patterns
3
User-defined bitmaps
Defines the name and colour of solid
backgrounds.
Defines colour backgrounds for the
phone‟s display and the expansion
modules‟ displays (em).
Defines the transform applied to the
button image used for line keys and
soft keys. The two indexes operate as
defined above in bg.color.selection.
The value comprises a transform
method, and parameters for the
transform. Two transforms are
supported – rbgHiLo and none. The
rgbHiLo has six parameters. The first
two apply to the red channel, the next
two to the green and the last to the
blue. The first parameter of a pair
defines the value to use for the
brightest pixels of the button graphic.
The second parameter of a pair
defines the value to use for the
darkest pixels. Intermediate values
are scaled between the pair.
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sip
added
bg.hiRes.gray.(pr|bm).*.adj
sip
added
bg.hiRes.gray.bm.*.name
sip
added
button.gray.selection.*.*.modify
sip
added
bitmap.IP_7000.*.name
sip
added
ind.anim.IP_7000.*.frame.*.(bitmap|
duration)
sip
added
ind.gi.IP_7000.*.(index|class|physX|physY|
physW|physH)
sip
added
log.level.change.(clink|pnetm|peer)
sip
added
ramdisk.nBlocks.IP_650
Changes
Defines the adjustment applied to
backgrounds when displayed on a
gray hiRes phone. “pr” in the
parameter name refers to the
predefined background table. “bm”
refers to the user-defined bitmaps
table. The index is the index into the
respective table.
The value is the number of steps to
brighten the image (negative values
th
darken the image). Each step is 1/16
of full scale.
Defines gray-scale backgrounds for
the phone‟s display and the
expansion modules‟ displays (em).
See button.color.selection.*.*.modify
above.
Defines the bitmaps used in the user
interface of the IP 7000 phone. This is
the same format as used with other
SPIP phones.
Defines the animations used by the IP
7000 phone. This is the same format
as used with other SPIP phones.
Defines the graphical indications used
by the IP 7000 phone. This is the
same format as used with other SPIP
phones.
Three new logging types have been
added. “clink” logs low-level Clink2
activity in the IP 7000. “pnetm” logs
mid-level Clink2 activity. “peer” logs
high-level activity.
This controls the number of blocks of
memory devoted to the ramdisk in the
IP 650 phone.
2.19 Version 3.0.1RevB
2.19.1 Added or Changed Features
None
2.19.2 Removed Features
None
2.19.3 Corrections

42034: Phone freezes when booting from TFTP server in certain scenarios.

42121: SoundPoint IP 550 and 650 phones will not provision using the „large‟
sip.ld software image. Phone reports “Application does not support self
provisioning”.
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Changes
2.20 Version 3.0.1 (Limited Distribution – build-id 3.0.1.0032)
2.20.1 Added or Changed Features

40475: Set VLAN Filtering to 'Off' by default

41025: Set default Corporate Directory background re-sync period to 12 hours
2.20.2 Removed Features

35285: Add check for user part of check-sync. This was causing issues with the
use of Check-Sync for remote re-boot of phones.
2.20.3 Corrections

36320: Echo is heard on handset to handset call during single talk setting hsAec
to 1 on IP650/550/430/330

38960: Enhance packet loss handling on IP 650 to match performance of IP 601 in
large packet loss situations.

39330: DHCPINFORM should apply if boot server address is Null or 0.0.0.0.
(0.0.0.0 checking was not working correctly).

39430: Port component in refer-to target URI is needed in a certain situation

40121: VLAN tag not added to frame that is an IP fragment with between 1 and 3
octets of payload
2.20.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
change
dir.corp.backGroundSync.period
Changed value from 300 (5 minutes)
to 43200 (12 hours)
Table 2-1
2.21 Version 3.0.0
** Indicates a feature that requires a license-key to be enabled.
2.21.1 Added or Changed Features

**26088: Add RTCP reporting via SIP protocol according to RFC draft draft-ietfsipping-rtcp-summary - ) – all supported phone models except SoundPoint IP 301

**29851: Support Statistics gathering and reporting for QOS monitoring according
to RFC3611 (RTCP-XR) – all supported phone models except SoundPoint IP 301

**30091: Add a Conference Management User Interface for conferences hosted
locally on the phone (SoundPoint IP 550, 560, 650 phones)

**30099: Add uaCSTA support

30134: Allow speakerphone to be disabled by configuration file

30993: "Submit" from Web Browser should not initiate a reconfig/restart when no
changes have been made on the phone.
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Changes

31442: Make automatic resume on centralized conference optional. Implemented
for uaCSTA purposes; configured using
call.disableAutoResumeCentralConference

**31576: Add 4-way local conferencing on SoundPoint IP 550, 560, 650 phones

**32054: Integrate with corporate directories using LDAP and Active Directory

32058: Add configurable behavior to support “Single Keypress Conference Setup”. Uses call.singleKeyPressConference parameter.

32223: Add sound effects to accompany USB device insertion and removal

**32848: Add call recording and playback on USB flash drive. Refer to Technical
Bulletin 38084 for details on supported USB devices.

33230: Add SCA Bridging for BroadWorks. Refer to Technical Bulletin 33230 for
more details.

34949: Add support for min-expires header.

35150: Add electronic hook-switch capability using Jabra DHSG protocol on
SoundPoint IP 320, 330, 430, 550, 560, 650 phones. This feature requires
BootROM 4.1.0 to operate. Refer to technical bulletin 35150 for more details.

37159: Handle MIME type application/vq-rtcpxr in SIP stack

37256: Jabra Jx10 electronic hook switch support on SoundPoint IP 320, 330, 430,
550, 560, 650 phones. Requires an “Interface Cable” from the headset base to the
phone for use. Refer to technical bulletin 35150 for more details.

**37551: Add enhanced speed dial capability.

38443: Support full complement of BLF parties on SoundPoint IP 650 plus 3 EMs
using UDP

38847: Line-Key and Soft-Key Labels changed to white text with 3-D appearance
on SoundPoint IP 550, 560, 650 phones.

38979: Make UI background bitmap configurable – SoundPoint IP 550, 560 and
650 phones

39071: DHCPINFORM should apply if boot server address is null

39072: Reduce DHCPINFORM retry timeouts

39305: Increase Handset transmit loudness by 3dB to better meet standards
AS/NZS 60950 and AS/ACIF S004, as directed by Category C33 of the
Telecommunications Labeling Notice (TLN) (for Australia).

39330: DHCPINFORM should apply if boot server address is 0.0.0.0

39344: Update XML Dictionaries for SIP 3.0.0

39695: Lower minimum syslog.renderLevel to 0 (from 1)
2.21.2 Removed Features

37321: Remove support for Asian languages from IP 600 and IP 601 phones
(due to memory limitations)
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Changes
2.21.3 Corrections

30170: Icon Frame is missing when pressing menu key

30814: Phone sends INVITE with an incomplete SDP section in a certain call
sequence.

30903: Packet Loss statistics „jump‟ if calls are transferred.

30990: LED does not blink for incoming call on IP 301 when DND enabled and
call.rejectBusyOnDnd=0.

32668: When a call on shared line is put on hold, pressing and holding line key
of a remote shared line causes incorrect soft keys to appear.

34445: Do Not Disturb feature fails on cancellation of second incoming call
when call.rejectBusyOnDnd=0.

35459: On configuring "Identification - Auth Password" in web interface for
configuration, the parameter value is entered in override mac-phone.cfg

35937: SoundPoint IP 550,560,650 phones do not support setting Tx Digital
gain in config file

35963: Large XHTML document can trigger reboot on phones with more than
16MB RAM

36063: HD-Voice Handsets are marginal with respect to hearing aid
compatibility (HAC)

36296: Dialing from directory or hot-dialing bypasses automatic off-hook call
placement

36490: Display Diagnostics has some areas that do not work correctly.

36583: IP 301 logs ssps errors during bootup and when establishing a
handsfree call

36677: IP320/330 does not update its Presence status when a roaming buddy
changes their status

36680: Dial tone can become momentarily very loud when cancelling conf call

36751: EM display diagnostics fails during hot plug-in

37071: Internal per-line call limit can be overridden on platforms that do no
allow 24 calls per line

37111: "Using default certs" log message appears when configuring for
"Custom cert" only

37116: Date and time disappear from the phone's idle screen when browsing
menu during call

37184: Digest Authentication Password used for downloading configuration
files is displayed in log files

37227: The registration icon disappears when IP301 establishes a conference
call
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Changes

37391: Phone does not start correctly if the contact directory XML syntax is
not correct

37420: SIP Server Fall-back --- IP 320 and IP 330 -- Line Information screen
does not show the server info when 3rd SIP server becomes the working
server.

37426: Cannot change selection in Clock Time menu more than once without
exiting

37428: Selecting another language forces exit from language menu

37603: Key remapping does not show correct values in diagnostics menu on
IP 320, IP 330 and IP 4000

37679: File TX Tries setting in flash could be set to invalid value 0

37690: Phone does not retry ACK when receiving duplicate 200 OK

37709: SoundPoint IP 320 and IP 330 phones may re-boot after several days
when the idle micro-browser is configured and active.

37711: Brief audio „noise‟ due to SRTP encryption key change.

37719: Pressing Resume soft key on phone after sending an unresolvable
hostname during a blind transfer reboots or freezes the far end phone

37726: DNS SRV queries can incorrectly append search domain when it is
already present

37851: SRTP phone doesn't include crypto suite in group pickup signaling

37855: Join soft-key is not available when maximum call appearances are
used

37906: IP301 does not show watch buddy icon when peer-to-peer watch buddy
is enabled

37915: Peer-to-Peer Presence: Blocking contact in Watcher List creates extra
contact "SPIP" in directory menu

38021: Ringer type 12 is not playing correctly

38219: While receiving multiple NOTIFY messages ,the phone may not send an
invite to initiate a call.

38279: If a 403 response is received by the phone when attempting to
complete a call transfer in the proceeding state the phone may re-boot.

38308: Packet Loss count does not increment correctly when a Held call is
resumed and the SSRC value changes.

38334: MKI format in RTP and RTCP packets is incorrect

38540: Packet channel statistics computation not resetting properly when
SSRC changes

38732: Line status icon does not change back on line 2 after being on speaker
or handset – SoundPoint IP 330/320
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Changes

38902: UI malfunctions when remote shared line is in hold status and local
phone attempts a new call

39041: Icon may indicate phone is unregistered after successful re-registration
if voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.cf=1 or
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.dnd=1

39074: Microbrowser: clicking a link to non-responsive server takes a long
time to timeout

39184: Read-only directory can be edited on IP 320 and IP 330 if phone is in
digit collection state when contact directory is opened

39338: Some of the SRTP session parameters are incorrectly spelled in the
SDP (e.g. UNENCRYPTED_SRTCP is represented as UNENCRYPTED_RTCP)

39362: Phone does not play incoming RTP when offered send-only stream.

39419: Maximum Backlight Intensity setting has very little effect on
SoundPoint IP 560 phones.

39431: Display Diagnostics shows very minimal changes on the display on IP
550 and IP 650

39438: Backlight does not update immediately after pressing cancel on the
maximum intensity screen

39490: In some call scenarios the phone may not display the SRTP secure line
icon even though the call is encrypted.

39502: DigitMap: The + character does not get matched in a dial plan.

39601: In IP 320 and IP 330 phone's local contact edit menu, cursor flashes on
the character just entered instead of after the character

39618: font500Prop_16_U0000_U00FF.fnt has anomalously wide "K"

39629: When reg.1.callsPerLineKey=1 is set, and a conference is established
while transferring the call, the phone hangs and reboots

39631: Idle browser cuts volume icon

39652: Some layered windows are incorrectly clipped
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Changes
2.21.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
sip
added
sip
sip
added
added
voIpProt.SDP.
useLegacyPayloadTypeNegotiation
voIpProt.SIP.csta
up.handsfreeMode
phone1
added
up.analogHeadsetOption
sip
sip
sip
changed
changed
changed
tone.chord.callProg.6.offDur
tone.chord.callProg.6.repeat
se.pat.ringer.12.name="Ringback-style"
sip
removed
sip
added
voice.gain.rx.analog.handset.wideband
voice.gain.rx.analog.handset.sidetone.
wideband
voice.gain.tx.analog.handset.wideband
voice.handset.wideband
voice.handset.wideband.rxdg.adjust
voice.qualityMonitoring
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
bg.hiRes.gray.pat.solid.x.name
bg.hiRes.gray.pat.solid.x.red
bg.hiRes.gray.pat.solid.x.green
bg.hiRes.gray.pat.solid.x.blue
bg.hiRes.gray.bm.x.name
feature.x.name
phone1
sip
added
added
reg.x.bargeInEnabled
dir.corp
sip
added
usb.set1.device.1.vendor
usb.set1.device.1.product
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.idleTransmitInterval
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.
noResponseTrasmitInterval
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.sip.tls.enable
call.singleKeyPressConference
call.localConferenceCallHold
call.disableAutoResumeCentralConference
Description
Enables uaCSTA.
Enables or disables hands-free
speakerphone.
Selects optional external hardware for
use with a headset attached to the
phone's analog headset jack.
Changed from 0 to 10000.
Changed from 1 to 2.
Added 100ms of silence to start of
pattern.
Controlled gain for wideband handset.
This control is now performed through
the parameters that do not include
“.wideband”.
The voice.qualityMonitoring section
controls the Voice Quality Monitoring
feature.
Controls TCP keep-alive on SIP TLS
connections.
Enables new conference behaviors.
For use with uaCSTA feature for
centralized confrerencing.
Sets up color (gray-scale) and
graphical backgrounds for IP 550,
IP560 and IP 650 phones.
Added new features “nwayconference”, “call-recording” and
“corporate-directory”
Enables barge in feature for SCAs.
The dir.corp section controls the
Corporate Directory feature.
Identifies supported USB devices.
This list should be populated only with
devices that are known to work with
the phones. See Technical Bulletin
38084 for details.
Table 2-2
2.22 Version 2.2.2
2.22.1 Added or Changed Features

35534: De-couple Presence Signaling from Idle Screen Soft-key UI

36931: Add support for SoundPoint IP 560 product.
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Changes

37053: Add ability to make local contact directory read-only from the phone

38328: Add check for local contact directory changes during configuration
change checks

38357: Add ability to adjust the maximum brightness of the SoundPoint IP 550
and 650 phones.

38371: Allow for TCP keep-alive on SIP signaling TLS connections

38654: Add support for SoundPoint IP 320 Part Number 2345-12200-005 and
SoundPoint IP 330 Part Number 2345-12200-004 for China market.

38888: Add ability to adjust the maximum brightness of SoundPoint IP Backlit
Expansion Modules.
2.22.2 Removed Features

38813: Remove 1000 half duplex as a valid ethernet configuration.
2.22.3 Corrections

34800: MWI Notify: Message Waiting Counts are ignored if "Messages-Waiting" is
set to "no"

35692: Functionality breaks down on pressing "conference>>cancel" soft keys
after transfer try is rejected. Phone reboots.

36566: Microbrowser: Left arrow when on first field in a form makes cursor turn
invisible

36786: Changing audio modes (e.g. handsfree to handset) during call set-up
mode may not work correctly in some circumstances.

37284/37661: During a Blind Transfer the phone should terminate the call on
receipt of a 180 Ringing Response.

37313: RTP packet size incorrect when SRTP authentication turned off

37316: Authentication failing when phones have different payload size

37334: Disabling CDP from the phone menu causes an unnecessary reboot

37709: SoundPoint IP 330/320 phones using the idle micro-browser may re-boot
after several days due to low memory.

38112: Logging message indicates that default cert bundle in use when custom
only has been selected.

38344: If URL-dialing is disabled in the configuration file, the phone shows
Number@ServerIP for caller ID (This issue occurs on SIP 2.2.0 and SIP 2.2.1
releases only).

38430: In a BLA configuration attempting to make a call on a remotely busy
shared line may cause the phone to re-boot instead of displaying “Service
Unavailable”. Occurs on SoundPoint IP 330/320, 430, 550, 650 phones.

38435: When the phone's local directory is writable, unable to add a new contact
by selecting "new entry" on SoundPoint IP 330/320 phones.
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Changes

38666: If a call is initiated in hands-free mode and the Ringback Tone is server
generated the far-end user may experience echo when they answer the call. If the
originating phone is switched to handset mode and back to hands-free mode the
echo goes away. Occurs on SoundPoint IP 330/320, 430, 550, 650 phones.

38678: In a particular network configuration when using BLA the bridged line
indication does not light up properly due to a missing NOTIFY from the phone.
2.22.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
sip
added
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.
idleTransmitInterval
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.
noResponseTrasmitInterval
sip
added
tcpIpApp.keepalive.tcp.sip.tls.
enable
sip
added
dir.local.readonly
sip
added
pres.idleSoftKeys
Sets the interval of the TCP keepalive packets.
Set the retransmission interval when
the server fails to acknowledge the
TCP keep-alive.
Enables sending a TCP keep-alive
packet from the phone to the server.
The server is expected to respond
with a TCP keep-alive ack. This is
only used with TLS sessions.
When set to “1”, the contact directory
cannot be changed and
[MACADDRESS]-directory.xml is not
uploaded.
If set to “0”, appearance of presence
idle soft keys is disabled.
2.23 Version 2.2.1 (Limited Release)
2.23.1 Added or Changed Features

38371: When SIP over TLS is configured the phone will send TCP Keep-Alive
messages to the SIP server every 30 seconds, and will retry 3 times (at 20
seconds) before resetting (RST) the connection if no response is received
2.23.2 Removed Features
None.
2.23.3 Corrections

36557: When SRTP is enabled and “so” logging level is set to 1, the RTCP sender
report displays encrypted values in the log file

37651: RTP Timestamp not updated correctly for silence packets

37690: Phone does not retry ACK when receiving duplicate 200 OK

37708: Phones fail SIP TLS registration when SNTP server is not configured

37851: SRTP phone doesn't include Crypto Suite in Group Pickup signaling

37873: Crypto line in answer does not have correct tag field

37878: Multiple crypto suites not handled when there is a re-INVITE
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Changes

37879: SRTCP packets have invalid authentication tags

37968: Phone with multiple lines using TLS not re-registering on loss of
connection

38110: Far end hears noise when an SRTP call is taken off hold with some SIP
servers

38249: SRTP lifetime value cannot be parsed correctly by the called party

38384: During a local SRTP conference, a far end holding then resuming may
result in one-way audio or noise with some SIP servers
2.23.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
sec.srtp.offer.HMAC_SHA1_80
sip
added
sec.srtp.offer.HMAC_SHA1_32
If set to 1 or Null, a crypto line with
the AES_CM_128_HMAC_SHA1_80
crypto-suite will be included in offered
SDP.
If set to 0, the crypto line is not
included.
If set to 1, a crypto line with the
AES_CM_128_HMAC_SHA1_32
crypto-suite will be included in offered
SDP.
If set to 0 or Null, the crypto line is not
included.
2.24 Version 2.2.0
2.24.1 Added or Changed Features

22532: When there has been no activity in a menu for a configurable period of
time, the phone returns to the idle display. This does not happen if the user is
entering data using a menu.

25274: Added sending vendor identifier information through DHCP

25702: Added microbrowser support for accepting and displaying a URL that
points directly to a BMP image (previously it was necessary to embed BMP
images in an XHTML document)

27040: Added new configurable ring-while-busy options

28029: Added microbrowser support for two-dimensional table navigation using
all four arrow keys

28747: Added a general flash file system caching mechanism so that downloaded
resources can be stored in non-volatile memory

29030: Added automatic provisioning support for individual image files

29854: Added support for tracking of missed calls to be configurable on a per-line
basis

31558: Added synchronization of local DND/CF features with server-based
DND/CF features
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Changes

31840: Set transfer time-out for image file download to worst case scenario

32259: Added microbrowser support for recognizing mime types

32648: Reformatted call list entries

33616: Added configuration option for default transfer type for SoundPoint IP 320
and 330 phones

33748: Improved resistance to denial of service attacks aimed at phone‟s web
server

34131: Changed URL dialing terminology from "Name" to "URL"

34434: Implemented 300Hz high pass transmit filter to reduce low frequency noise
(noise creates problems in some network line echo cancellers). This can be
enabled or disabled.

34573: Added support for re-establishing a TLS connection if the connection
closes

34625: Added ability to discover provisioning server address using DHCPINFORM

34651: Added phone serial number (MAC address) to user-agent string HTTP Gets

34685: Renamed "Services" menu entry to "Applications"

34705: Added support in microbrowser for form functionality when embedded in
tbody or out of tbody

34707: Added low-delay handset acoustic echo canceller for SoundPoint IP 320,
330, 430, 550 and 650 phones. This can be enabled or disabled.

34874: If all DNS servers are found to be unreachable, the phone suppresses DNS
queries for 5 minutes (as per RFC 2308 Sec 7.1)

34998: Increased maximum number of registrations on SoundPoint IP 650 phones
to 34

35039: Pressing "Exit" soft key when using the microbrowser should return user
to telephony application

35040: Added configurable timeout parameter to allow microbrowser to return to
telephony application after a period of inactivity in the microbrowser

35043: Added configurable option to display or hide browser status messages in
microbrowser

35087: Changed boot-up behaviour so that idle browser only starts about 2
minutes after the phone has booted up (this is to optimize memory use)

35099: Added support for TLS transport to Syslog

35199: Improved some translations in Norwegian XML dictionary file

35285: Add check for user part of check-sync

35296: Added support for managing TLS custom certificates via the configuration
file system
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

35311: Added support for specifying different versions of the application
executable and configuration files in the <Ethernet address>.cfg file on the boot
server

35372: Pressing the “Exit” function key on the SoundStation IP 4000 phone when
using the microbrowser should return user to telephony application

35373: Changed appearance of soft keys when running microbrowser so that they
look the same as when running the telephony application

35419: Added user interface for configuring no-answer and busy forwarding
behavior

35481: Added support for Backlit Expansion Module

35507: Adding configuration parameter to control the timeout back to the idle
display after a period of inactivity in a menu

36030: Implemented Ethernet ingress filtering for DoS suppression and VLAN
filtering

36277: Added ability to delete the contact number entered in the Forward menu

36531: Updated all translation dictionary files to rename "Services" menu entry to
"Applications"
2.24.2 Removed Features

36079: Removed support for the SoundPoint IP 300 and 500 phones
2.24.3 Corrections

24021: Call display gets corrupted in IP-dialed call if caller presses a digit then
puts call on hold

25744: Spaces go missing in text in microbrowser occasionally

26110: Volume level cannot be changed in audio diagnostics mode

26231: ACD login failure should cause busy tone to be played

26389: Forward contact which has been disabled is not displayed after a reboot

26935: ACD icon not suppressed if feature is disabled in sip.cfg but activated in
phone1.cfg

27105: The idle browser occasionally displays when the menu is being updated

27958: Phone hears busy tone for 2 seconds after far end hangs up and another
call is already in the incoming state and has triggered the call waiting alert

28419: Divert settings for lines 7 to 12 are not used

28503: When in the “held” state, a shared line hears ring tone instead of call
waiting tone when another call comes in

28570: Stuttered dial tone (indicating voice mail waiting) does not work on shared
line

28622: Some UNICODE ranges are not properly mapped
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Changes

28681: "Forward" is not removed from menu when function disabled

29014: Cannot edit the local directory on the phone if the file is corrupt on the
server

29358: Phone may crash if the specified DNS server is down and an invalid SNTP
address is configured

29470: Cursor is in wrong position when performing a factory reset on the
SoundPoint IP 301 phone

29573: Phone may freeze if a DNS server address is all zeroes

29966: Phone may reboot if incorrect information is entered in the menu for
custom CA certificate

30880: Phone may crash when editing a server address which is 255 characters
long

30902: Auto reject or divert settings changed in a contact after entering contact
directory by pressing and holding a speed dial line key are not correctly
displayed when next pressing and holding that speed dial line key

31019: There is no confirmation pop-up message after choosing to reset the local
security key

31326: Transferring a call to windows messenger or office communicator may
leave the phone in a frozen state

31886: Remote resume does not work on BLA line when call between two other
phones sharing the same line has been put on hold

31994: Trying to delete a null unicode character in the contact list causes the
phone to crash

32179: When SAS-VP provisioning is used, the boot server password is visible in
the application log file

32816: Phone may crash on subsequent call if using NTLM and received transfer
from a non-NTLM phone

32476: IP601 does not work correctly when Presence feature is enabled with LCS
server without using Roaming Buddies

33105: "Hold" does not work if selected just before a Conference is completed

33748: Web server has vulnerability to DOS attacks

33931: Not all keys on phone can be remapped to Null

34089: SoundPoint IP 430 phone keeps rebooting if a function key is remapped to
null in the configuration files

34196: Phone keeps rebooting when SIP server address is not a fully qualified
domain name and primary DNS server replies to queries with ICMP destination
unreachable packets (due to service being turned off) and secondary DNS server
is not configured with NAPTR and SRV entries for the SIP server
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Changes

34237: Default directory file (000000000000-directory.xml) is not downloaded by
the phone when the <Ethernet-address>-directory.xml file does not exist on the
boot server

34258: Log file is deleted when it reaches the configured size limit even though
log.render.file.upload.append.limitMode is set to “stop”

34271: SoundPoint IP 430/550/650 phones may reboot when microbrowser XHTML
page contains combined FORM and TABLE elements

34460: Local directory file larger than 10kB is downloaded by phone once but on
subsequent reboots the phone freezes

34578: Phones may crash when downloading a directory file which contains an
empty contact field

34636: Call on a shared line may lose audio when cancelling a transfer after the
far end has already cancelled a transfer or conference

34641: Emergency Call Routing does not work correctly if multiple numbers are
configured in a single entry in the configuration file e.g.
dialplan.1.routing.emergency.1.value=911,9911

34649: First call after a reboot may demonstrate one-way audio if phones have
different codec preferences and voIpProt.SDP.answer.useLocalPreferences
parameter is set to default

34891: SoundStation IP 4000 loudness does not decrease for bottom six volume
settings

35320: If two function keys are remapped to dial specific speed dial numbers,
only the first one will work

35480: SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones allow watching only 7 buddies instead
of 8 and may crash when an 8th watched buddy is added

35490: SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones do not display SAS-VP failure
messages during boot-up

35879: Nonce counter not incremented in PRACK

36031: If a phone is configured to use TLS for the 2nd line and TCP for the 1st, the
2nd line does not register

36107: SoundStation IP 4000 phone drops maximum size packets when VLAN is
enabled

36477: Configuring the nat.signalPort parameter may cause the phone to crash

36775: Route-Set susceptible to change mid-dialog in certain situations

36882: Selecting a speed dial number using the „nn#‟ key sequence does not work
on SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones when the phone is unregistered or is using
URL dialing mode

36905: CDP packet always advertises LAN duplex mode as "Duplex: Full"
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

36948: On SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones, if the Dial and Menu keys are
pressed at the same time after entering digits from the idle display, incorrect soft
keys are displayed

36967: If the phone receives an INVITE with SDP which contains video
information, it returns a malformed response

37086: Phone ignores expiration date of CA certificate if SNTP is only set via
DHCP

37632: Out of order SCA signaling can lead to improper handling of Shared Lines
in some situations.

37646: DNS SRV querying after A record cache makes registration fail
2.24.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.csta
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.d
nd
voIpProt.SIP.serverFeatureControl.c
f
up.toneControl.bass
sip
added
up.toneControl.treble
sip
added
up.audioSetup.auxInput
sip
added
up.audioSetup.auxOutput
sip
added
up.idleTimeout
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
sip
added
sip
added
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.5.type="branch"
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.5.value="-4"
voice.txPacketFilter
sip
added
voice.codecPref.IP_7000.xxx
sip
added
sip
added
voice.audioProfile.Lin16.frequency
voice.audioProfile.G7221.xxx
voice.audioProfile.G7221C.xxx
voice.audioProfile.Siren14.xxx
voice.audioProfile.Siren22.xxx
Several gain and other voice
parameters have been added.
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
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voice.rxEq.hf.IP_7000.xxx
voice.txEq.hf.IP_7000
call.dialtoneTimeOut
call.disableAutoResumeCentralConf
erence
call.singleKeyPressConference
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
The entire gain section in sip.cfg must
be updated. Failure to do this will
affect the audio performance of the
phone.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
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Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
call.transfer.blindPreferred
Sip
added
call.cellPhoneAutoBridging
Sip
added
bitmap.IP_7000.xxx
Sip
added
log.level.change.srtp
Sip
added
Sip
added
log.level.change.clink
log.level.change.pnetm
log.level.change.peer
sec.srtp.enable
sec.srtp.leg.enable
sec.srtp.offer
sec.srtp.require
sec.srtp.key.lifetime
sec.srtp.mki.enabled
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noAuth.offe
r
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noAuth.req
uire
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noEncrypR
TP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noEncrypR
TP.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noEncrypR
TCP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.noEncrypR
TCP.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noAuth.
offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noAuth.r
equire
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noEncry
pRTP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noEncry
pRTP.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noEncry
pRTCP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.leg.noEncry
pRTCP.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
Auth.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
Auth.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
EncrypRTP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
EncrypRTP.require
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
EncrypRTCP.offer
sec.srtp.sessionParams.IP_4000.no
EncrypRTCP.require
sec.srtp.leg.allowLocalConf
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Technical Bulletin 25751 for
details.
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Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
license.polling.time
sip
added
sip
added
feature.16.name
feature.16.enabled
mb.main.idleTimeout
sip
added
mb.main.statusbar
sip
added
pnet.role
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
tone.chord.ringer.46.offDur="200" to
“0”
tone.chord.ringer.46.repeat="2" to
“1”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.1.type="silence"
to “chord”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.1.value="100"
to “46”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.2.type="chord"
to “silence”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.2.value="46" to
“200”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.3.type="silence"
to “chord”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.3.value="2000"
to “46”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.4.type="branch"
to “silence”
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.4.value="-2" to
“2000”
voice.audioProfile.G722.jitterBufferS
hrink="500" to “1500”
voice.audioProfile.G722.jitterBufferM
ax="160" to “200”
Several gain and other voice
parameters have been changed.
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
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voice.rxEq.hd.IP_650.preFilter.enabl
e="1" to “0”
voice.txEq.hs.IP_650.preFilter.enabl
e="1" to “0”
voice.txEq.hd.IP_650.preFilter.enabl
e="1" to “0”
voice.txEq.hf.IP_650.preFilter.enabl
e="1" to “0”
voice.handset.txag.adjust.IP_430="2
4" to “9”
voice.handset.sidetone.adjust.IP_43
0="-13" to “0”
Multiple parameters in the
ind.anim.xxx, ind.class.xxx and
ind.gi.xxx sections.
Note: also added
se.pat.ringer.12.inst.5.type=”branch”
and se.pat.ringer.12.inst.5.value="-4"
Audio performance tuning.
The entire gain section in sip.cfg must
be updated. Failure to do this will
affect the audio performance of the
phone.
Audio performance tuning.
Audio performance tuning.
The entire indicator section in sip.cfg
must be updated. Failure to do this
will affect the appearance of the
display.
res.finder.minFree=”1200” to “600”
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Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
removed
These parameters were not used.
sip
removed
phone1
added
ind.anim.xxx parameters from
CTX_CUSTOM1 to CTX_CUSTOM8
and CTX_UNASSIGNED for all
platforms
usb.enable
usb.bulkDrive.enable
usb.bulkDrive.name
reg.x.csta
phone1
added
phone1
added
reg.x.serverFeatureControl.dnd
reg.x.serverFeatureControl.cf
call.missedCallTracking.x.enabled
phone1
added
call.callWaiting.ring
000000000000
added
LICENSE_DIRECTORY
000000000000
added
APP_FILE_PATH_SPIP300="sip_21
2.ld"
CONFIG_FILES_SPIP300="phone1
_212.cfg, sip_212.cfg”
000000000000
added
APP_FILE_PATH_SPIP500="sip_21
2.ld"
CONFIG_FILES_SPIP500="phone1
_212.cfg, sip_212.cfg"
These parameters were not used.
Not currently used, will be used in a
future release.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
These are samples of the new fields
which can specify application images
and configuration files for specific
hardware platforms, in this case the
SoundPoint IP 300.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
These are samples of the new fields
which can specify application images
and configuration files for specific
hardware platforms, in this case the
SoundPoint IP 500.
See Administrator‟s Guide for SIP
2.2.0 for details
2.25 Version 2.1.2
2.25.1 Added or Changed Features

35361: Added ability for parameters in <Ethernet address>.cfg to be overridden
by model- or platform-specific versions

35969: Changed behavior of the select button or right arrow button in call lists
and contact directory on SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 to give contact information
instead of acting the same as the dial key

36538: Added configurable failover behavior for authentication signaling to
specify that the phone first retries a SIP transaction with the server that has just
sent a 401 or 407 response
Uses new parameters voIpProt.SIP.authOptimizedInFailover and/or
reg.x.auth.optimizedInFailover

36647: Added configurable option allowing message waiting indicator to be
displayed although voicemail cannot be accessed
Uses new parameter up.mwiVisible

36681: Added logging of version information for configuration files
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Changes
2.25.2 Removed Features
None.
2.25.3 Corrections

34899: Phone may continuously reboot if a configuration change is made then
power is disconnected and the provisioning server is unavailable

35873: Registration expiry period is limited to 65535 seconds

35914: Scheduled logging stops after 99 days

35961: Cannot use call/group/directed pickup on SoundPoint IP 320 and 330
phone while a call is incoming or the phone is off hook

35974: SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones do not show status for watched
contacts until after the next reboot

35979: SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones reboot while trying to use call pickup
on a remote hold BLA call

36011: After changing termination while in a local conference, the first time the
volume is adjusted the volume slider shows minimum

36044: Downloadable character sets are not working correctly in certain
scenarios

36053: On SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones, Add and Delete soft keys should
not be available in buddy list if roaming buddy feature is disabled

36072: On SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones, the digit map is not applied to
numbers selected from a call list when in the dial-tone state

36074: On SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones, the digit map is not correctly
applied when using hot dialing from the second line key

36225: Phone may reboot if several voicemail NOTIFY messages are received
from the server in a short interval

36233: Specially crafted Via: header in an INVITE can crash the phone

36504: A call is dropped if a blind transfer to an invalid number is attempted

36581: SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones cannot send #nn codes

36753: One phone drops the call when 2nd party attempts another blind transfer
to an invalid number

36877: All microbrowser text, regardless of which tag is used (except for "href"),
is dim on SoundPoint IP 550 and 650 phones
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Changes
2.25.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.authOptimizedInFail
over
sip
added
up.mwiVisible
sip
changed
phone1
added
Changed file header from
$Revision: $ $Date: $
to
$RCSfile: sip.cfg,v $ $Revision: $
reg.x.auth.optimizedInFailover
This parameter controls failover
behavior during authentication
signaling.
0 = default behavior which obeys the
RFC
1 = optimization enabled, phone first
retries a SIP transaction with the
server that has just sent a 401 or 407
response
0 = same behavior as SIP 2.1.1, this
is the default behavior
1 = if msg.mwi.x.callBackMode
parameter is set to “disabled”,
message waiting indicator is
displayed but voicemail cannot be
accessed
This is required to support the new
feature 36681 described above.
phone1
changed
000000000000
changed
000000000000directory~.xml
changed
Changed file header from
$Revision: $ $Date: $
to
$RCSfile: phone1.cfg,v $
$Revision: $
Changed file header from
$Revision: $ $Date: $
to
$RCSfile: 000000000000.cfg,v $
$Revision: $
Changed file header from
$Revision: $ $Date: $
to
$RCSfile: 000000000000directory~.xml,v $ $Revision: $
If this parameter is set, it overrides
the global
voIpProt.SIP.authOptimizedInFailover
parameter.
x is the registration index.
See the description for
voIpProt.SIP.authOptimizedInFailover
This is required to support the new
feature 36681 described above.
This is required to support the new
feature 36681 described above.
This is required to support the new
feature 36681 described above.
2.26 Version 2.1.1 C
2.26.1 Added or Changed Features

32146: Added support for SoundPoint IP 330

33391: Added support for SoundPoint IP 320
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
Changes
35415: Added translations for new phrases needed for SoundPoint IP 320 and 330
phones
2.26.2 Removed Features
None.
2.26.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:
35913: SoundPoint IP430, 550, 650 phones may reboot while in a call under certain
network conditions
2.26.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.27 Version 2.1.1
2.27.1 Added or Changed Features

33263: Added support for G.729 Annex B SDP signalling per RFC 3555
Note: New parameter voice.vad.signalAnnexB has been added to support this

35268: Added support for 16 levels of gray on the LCD of SoundPoint IP 550 and
650 phones

35643: Added support for new SoundPoint IP 320 and 330 phones in the
configuration files to allow easier addition of these phones in a future software
release
2.27.2 Removed Features
None.
2.27.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

32273: Failure of call park action results in a dropped call

32609: Heavy call volume may cause phone to reject calls due to resource
depletion

33390, 35392, 35482: Voice activity detection (VAD) comfort noise generation
(CNG) packets can be discarded by the jitter buffer or interpreted as out-of-order
packets which may result in delayed receive audio when the G.729B codec is in
use

33586: The To URI is used in a refer-to header instead of the contact URI
Note: New parameter voIpProt.SIP.useContactInReferTo has been added to sip.cfg to
control the source of the URI used in the refer-to header

33647: The phone may reboot because it detects a suspended task even though
that task may have been suspended intentionally
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Changes

33967: An error message is logged if a daylight savings time (DST) start or stop
time of 0 (12am) is selected (although the selection is correctly used)

34325: Microbrowser display is closed when shared line is opened on other
phone

34431: When changing the configuration of a phone via the web interface, the
phone may lock up

34443: A remote-on-hold call on a line is not picked up by the first press of the
line key with some SIP servers

34508: In a G.729 call, SoundPoint IP 50X and 60X phones may reboot with a DSP
assertion failure. This problem is more likely in conference calls and can be
reliably reproduced within 20 minutes of the call start.

34723: RTCP transmission interval is not consistent with industry norms

34772: The value of the DLSR field in RTCP sent by the phone can be wrong by up
to about one second

34827: There are two places to configure the microbrowser from the phone web
server

34882: The configuration page on the phone web server has two “Event 2” entries
in the Global Log Level Limit drop-down list

34906: NOTIFY request without dialog content (an 'empty' NOTIFY request, such
as you would get with a subscription renewal when the line is idle) does not
extinguish LED‟s lit as a result of previous active dialogs

35049: DSP load graph on SoundPoint IP 550 shows slightly incorrect value

35228: Phone may have one-way audio when SDP is received with c line below m
line

35293: Soft keys have some missing pixels on the SoundPoint IP 430 when the
microbrowser is accessed

35308: A known problem in the SoundPoint IP 430 processor may cause the
phone to reboot with a DSP assertion failure instead of restarting the affected
driver

35477: When handset AEC is enabled on SoundPoint IP 50X and 60X phones,
echo may occur on speaker phone when switching between handset and speaker
phone

35533: The phone‟s web server shows the DST start and stop days as Monday by
default instead of Sunday

35537: A saturated transmit signal may cause SoundPoint IP 430 phone to reboot

35573: After selecting the Russian language and accessing the microbrowser, the
phone may freeze

36012: Conference host may indicate phone is muted but audio is heard by far
end after one leg ends call
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Changes
2.27.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.useContactInReferTo
sip
added
sip
added
voice.gain.rx.analog.chassis.IP_330
voice.gain.rx.analog.ringer.IP_330
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_330
voice.gain.rx.digital.ringer.IP_330
voice.gain.tx.analog.chassis.IP_330
voice.gain.tx.digital.chassis.IP_330
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_330.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_330.postFilter.enable
voice.vad.signalAnnexB
0 = default behavior which is the same as
previous behavior, use URI from initial
call‟s To header in REFER‟s refer-to
header
1 = use URI from initial call‟s Contact
header in REFER‟s refer-to header when
setting up a transfer
New parameters to support SoundPoint
IP 320 and 330 platforms which will be
supported in a future software release. Do
not change these values.
A new line can be added to SDP
depending on the setting of this
parameter and the voice.vadEnable
parameter.
Default behavior is the same as
voice.vad.signalAnnexB = 0:
No change to the SDP
voice.vad.signalAnnexB = 1:
If voice.vadEnable=1, add attribute line
a=fmtp:18 annexb=”yes”
below a=rtpmap… attribute line (where
„18‟ could be replaced by another
payload)
If voice.vadEnable=0, add attribute line
a=fmtp:18 annexb=”no”
below a=rtpmap… attribute line (where
„18‟ could be replaced by another
payload)
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Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voice.handset.rxag.adjust.IP_330
voice.handset.txag.adjust.IP_330
voice.handset.sidetone.adjust.IP_330
voice.headset.rxag.adjust.IP_330
voice.headset.txag.adjust.IP_330
voice.headset.sidetone.adjust.IP_330
dir.search.field
font.IP_330.1.name
bitmap.IP_330.1.name to
bitmap.IP_330.66.name
ind.idleDisplay.mode
ind.anim.IP_330.38.frame.1.bitmap
ind.anim.IP_330.38.frame.1.duration
ind.gi.IP_330.1.index to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.index
ind.gi.IP_330.1.class to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.class
ind.gi.IP_330.1.physX to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.physX
ind.gi.IP_330.1.physY to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.physY
ind.gi.IP_330.1.physW to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.physW
ind.gi.IP_330.1.physH to
ind.gi.IP_330.10.physH
New parameters to support SoundPoint
IP 320 and 330 platforms which will be
supported in a future software release. Do
not change these values.
2.28 Version 2.1.0
2.28.1 Added or Changed Features

5844: Enhanced support for server fall-back configurations

7275: Microbrowser should auto-navigate to first selectable item

7444: Added table support to microbrowser

8452: Added microbrowser support to the SoundStation IP 4000

9268: Added unique prompt for billing code entry

9649: Enhanced '+' global prefix character for E.164 user parts in sip: URIs

11572: Added ability to strip or insert leading digits for outgoing calls

13497: Updated default daylight savings time rules

13818: Added ability to disable message waiting indication on a line by line basis

13882: Added support for setting RTP streams to inactive when on hold

14485: Increased maximum number of digit map segments to 30

14733: Improved text entry efficiency in the microbrowser

14740: Improved visibility of cursor in text entry fields of microbrowser
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Changes

14759: Added microbrowser support to the SoundPoint IP 501 platform

14760: Added microbrowser support to the SoundPoint IP 430 platform

14900: Changed line-seize subscription failure handling to be biased towards
providing dial tone

15934: Added more low end dynamic range to volume control

16110: Added support for SoundPoint IP 550 platform

16515: Improved "aresDnsLookup: time out on socket select" log message

16527: Added a debugging command to display cached DNS NAPTR records

17124: Added support for SYSLOG reporting of system status and errors

18434: Changed call timer clock display to have no leading colon

18966: Added support for adding phone serial number (Ethernet address) to user
agent string in HTTP GET‟s used by microbrowser, and modified format of user
agent string used during provisioning process and used by microbrowser
Example showing format of user agent in HTTP GET‟s previously:
User-Agent: Polycom-Microbrowser/1.0 (SIP/2.0.2.0060; SoundPoint IP
PolycomSoundPointIP-SPIP_650) libcurl/7.12.1\r\n
Example showing format of user agent in HTTP GET‟s now (with security
sec.tagSerialNo set to 1):
User-Agent: Microbrowser/1.1 PolycomSoundPointIP-SPIP_430-UA/2.1.0.2643
(SN:0004f210013a)

19111: Added TCPOnly as a transport option

19425: Added microbrowser support for form input elements with checked =
“true” attribute

19443: Added microbrowser support for forms within tables

19572: Added configurable sticky line seize behavior only for on-hook dialing
2.28.2 Removed Features
None.
2.28.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

7301: Phone doesn't ring if one line has Do Not Disturb enabled

16354: Inconsistent error message given when attempting to make a call on an
unregistered line using different methods when call.enableOnNotRegistered is
set to „0‟

16477: When phone is configured for NAPTR transport but server does not
contain NAPTR and SRV, the phone may do SRV lookups for A records or A
lookups for SRV records

16899: Phone can send a malformed target URI in some NOTIFY messages in
certain scenario
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Changes

17179: Transfer may fail in some scenarios if the Transfer softkey is pressed
before the second party answers

17318: Phone does not update presence status (e.g. to offline) when reboot
initiated

17422: When using a bridged line, if a call is transferred to an invalid number it
cannot be retrieved

17614: Setting the phone‟s own status through "MyStat" does not work properly

17868: Boot server password is displayed in Configuration menu if boot server is
specified as a full URL including user name and password

17911: Per-registration DND does not work on SoundPoint IP 430

17918: call.enableOnNotRegistered parameter is not working correctly

17920: Incorrect icon displayed for offline status when using peer-to-peer
presence

18078: When using an LCS server, contacts cannot be added on the phone when
the contact list is empty

18147: Expansion modules may display solid background if SoundPoint IP 601 or
650 has maximum number of registrations configured and maximum number of
roaming buddies enabled

18198: Value of reg.x.callsPerLineKey parameter is not taken into account when
additional calls are placed using hot (static) dialing

18297: VAD/CNG Rx synthesis not working on SoundPoint IP 650

18333: Received data on any socket resets timeout of all sockets

18393: DTMF levels 3dB lower than configured level when RFC 2833 disabled

18501: Incoming call is sent to wrong line in some scenarios when the phone has
an active call and reg.x.lineKeys > 1

18688: Value of reg.1.callsPerLineKey parameter is not taken into account when
two lines are configured and reg.2.callsPerLineKey is set to default and there is a
call on hold on both lines

18772: SoundPoint IP 650 phone does not show „HD‟ animation when a wide-band
call is transferred to it

18773: After a transfer, a SoundPoint IP 650 phone may incorrectly display the
„HD‟ animation when the call is no longer a wide-band call

18785: After receiving a transferred call which is not a wide-band call, a
SoundPoint IP 650 phone may incorrectly display the „HD‟ animation

18985: The log render level for the “sip” module cannot be changed

19113: Phone sends incorrect authorization header in some hold scenarios

19124: Setting codec preferences using web interface does not work correctly for
SoundPoint IP 650
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Changes

19252: Phone does not send a final NOTIFY to initiator of transfer if the phone
cancels the transfer before it completes

19292: SoundPoint IP 650 phone may freeze after restarting after configuration
changed using one of the menus

19427: Phone can display “Cache bounced” error message when submitting
forms from the microbrowser

19524: Problems resuming a call which is on hold on a remote bridged line for a
specific SIP server

19605: Phone may continue to send INVITE‟s in specific scenario if a call is
initiated then ended but the SIP servers are not reachable

19664: Phone may reboot in some scenarios with log file showing a Null pointer
in a specific task

19702: Receipt of a re-transmitted invalid SIP ACK message may cause phone to
reboot

19754: Do Not Disturb key cannot be remapped to Null

19827: Phone using Bridged Line Appearance can send corrupt message header
in SUBSCRIBE message

19875: Phone should use NTP time to check validity of SSL server certificate

19876: Phone will lose some memory if microbrowser displays “Cache bounced”
error message due to unresponsive server

19883: Handset sidetone level is 3dB too hot on SoundPoint IP 430

35063: Power levels reported via CDP for SoundPoint IP 650 are too low

35068: Power levels reported via CDP for SoundPoint IP 601 with EM Power
option enabled are too high
2.28.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
phone1
phone1
added
added
Refer to Technical Bulletin 5844.
Refer to Technical Bulletin 11572.
phone1
added
phone1
changed
sip
added
reg.x.server.y.lcs
dialplan.x.applyToUserSend="1"
dialplan.x.applyToUserDial="1"
dialplan.x.applyToCallListDial="0"
dialplan.x.applyToDirectoryDial="0"
reg.x.server.y.transport and
reg.x.outboundProxy.transport
msg.mwi.x.callBackMode="disabled" to
msg.mwi.x.callBackMode="registration"
(for x = 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) [changed for bug
13818]
voIpProt.server.1.lcs
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these existing parameters.
Refer to Technical Bulletin 5844.
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Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.useSendonlyHold
sip
added
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
added
dialplan.applyToUserSend="1"
dialplan.applyToUserDial="1"
dialplan.applyToCallListDial="0"
dialplan.applyToDirectoryDial="0"
dialplan.digitmap.timeOut="3" to
"3|3|3|3|3|3"
tcpIpApp.sntp.daylightSavings.start.mo
nth="4" to “3”
tcpIpApp.sntp.daylightSavings.start.dat
e="1" to “8”
tcpIpApp.sntp.daylightSavings.stop.mon
th="10" to “11”
tcpIpApp.sntp.daylightSavings.stop.day
OfWeek.lastInMonth="1" to “0”
call.stickyAutoLineSeize.onHookDialing
Can be set to 0 or 1. Null default is 0.
Default in sip.cfg is 1.
If set to 1, the phone will send a reinvite
with a stream mode attribute of “sendonly”
when a call is put on hold. This is the
same as the previous behavior.
If set to 0, the phone will send a reinvite
with a stream mode attribute of “inactive”
when a call is put on hold.
Note:
The phone will ignore the value of this
parameter if set to 1 when the parameter
voIpProt.SIP.useRFC2543hold
is also set to 1 (default is 0).
Refer to Technical Bulletin 11572.
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
added
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_650="-9"
to “6”
voice.gain.rx.digital.ringer.IP_650="-21"
to “-12”
voice.handset.sidetone.adjust.IP_430="
-12" to “-13”
voIpProt.server.x.transport and
voIpProt.SIP.outboundProxy.transport
Refer to Technical Bulletin 11572.
Changes to support new daylight savings
time rules.
Refer to Administrator‟s Guide Addendum
for SIP 2.1.
Gain changes required to match new
software load.
Added “TCPOnly” as a possible value for
these existing parameters.
2.29 Version 2.0.3 B
2.29.1 Added or Changed Features

14874: Added support for SoundPoint IP 650 platform

15775: Added support for LCD backlight on SoundPoint IP 650

15852: Added support for 32 MB of memory on SoundPoint IP 650

15853: Added support for G.722 audio code on SoundPoint IP 650

16335: Added support for 8 MB of flash on SoundPoint IP 650
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
16686: Added support for USB diagnostics

17132: Added visual indication of wideband audio
Changes
2.29.2 Removed Features
None.
2.29.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:
None.
2.29.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.30 Version 2.0.3
2.30.1 Added or Changed Features
None
2.30.2 Removed Features
None.
2.30.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

17981: DHCP initialization incorrect for SoundStation IP 4000 which may cause
boot time problems on some servers

18491: Network load reported by SoundPoint IP 430 phones is affected by traffic
which is not destined for the phone

18692: Presence subscribe has “application/pidf+xml” in Accept header although
it is not fully supported

18766: Ethernet transmit level is low on SoundPoint IP 430 phone

18790: Some shared line scenarios do not work with Broadsoft R14 and R13 MP13
releases

18919, 11981, 18997: Time stamp in RTCP packets is incorrect

19016: SDP containing two “a=” lines causes transfer from a private line to a
shared line to fail

19082: Phone seizes wrong line making outbound call to FAC *55

19210: Too many messages are logged when “so” is set to level 2
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Changes
2.30.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
The following configuration file changes have been included in this build in preparation for
future inclusion of the IP 650 platform in a software release. Support for the IP 650 is not
currently included in this release.
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
up.backlight.onIntensity
sip
added
up.backlight.idleIntensity
sip
added
voice.codecPref.IP_650.G711Mu
voice.codecPref.IP_650.G711A
voice.codecPref.IP_650.G729AB
voice.codecPref.IP_650.G722
sip
added
sip
added
sip
added
voice.audioProfile.G722.payloadSize
voice.audioProfile.G722.jitterBufferMin
voice.audioProfile.G722.jitterBufferMin
voice.audioProfile.G722.jitterBufferMin
voice.gain.rx.analog.chassis.IP_650
voice.gain.rx.analog.ringer.IP_650
voice.gain.rx.digital.chassis.IP_650
voice.gain.rx.digital.ringer.IP_650
voice.gain.tx.analog.chassis.IP_650
voice.gain.tx.digital.chassis.IP_650
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hs.IP_650.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hd.IP_650.postFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.rxEq.hf.IP_650.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hs.IP_650.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hd.IP_650.postFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_650.preFilter.enable
voice.txEq.hf.IP_650.postFilter.enable
This parameter controls the intensity of the
LCD backlight when it turns on during
normal use of the phone.
Possible values are 0, 1, 2 or 3.
0 = off
1 to 3 = low, medium, high
Null default is 3 (high).
This parameter controls the intensity of the
LCD backlight when the phone is idle
Possible values are 0, 1, 2 or 3.
0 = off
1 to 3 = low, medium, high
Null default is 1 (low).
Note: If idleIntensity is set higher than
onIntensity, it will be replaced with the
onIntensity value.
These parameters allow the voice codec
preference list to be set for the SoundPoint
IP 650 phone. By default the G.722 codec is
the first choice.
The use of these parameters is the same as
other voice.codecPref parameters.
These parameters configure the G.722
voice codec. The use of them is the same
as the other voice.audioProfile parameters.
These parameters control gain settings
which are specific to the SoundPoint IP 650
phone. The values should not be modified.
These parameters control equalization
settings which are specific to the
SoundPoint IP 650 phone. The values
should not be modified.
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Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
These parameters control gain settings
which are specific to the SoundPoint IP 650
phone. The values should not be modified.
sip
added
voice.handset.rxag.adjust.IP_650
voice.handset.txag.adjust.IP_650
voice.handset.sidetone.adjust.IP_650
voice.headset.rxag.adjust.IP_650
voice.headset.txag.adjust.IP_650
voice.headset.sidetone.adjust.IP_650
dir.local.volatile.8meg
sip
added
dir.local.nonVolatile.maxSize.8meg
sip
added
log.level.change.usb
sip
added
prov.fileSystem.ffs0.8meg.minFreeSpac
e
sip
added
usb.enable
sip
added
usb.bulkDrive.enable
sip
added
usb.bulkDrive.name
sip
changed
dir.local.volatile.maxSize
prov.fileSystem.rfs0.minFreeSpace
ramdisk.bytesPerBlock
res.finder.sizeLimit
res.finder.minFree
res.quotas.x.value
mb.limits.nodes
mb.limits.cache
This parameter applies only to platforms
with 8 Mbytes of flash memory.
It can be set to 0 or 1 and is 0 by default.
If set to 1, use volatile storage for phoneresident copy of the directory to allow for
larger size.
This parameter applies only to platforms
with 8 Mbytes of flash memory.
It can be set from 1 to 100. The units are
Kbytes and the default is 100.
This is the maximum size of non-volatile
storage that the directory will be permitted
to consume.
This parameter is used to set the logging
detail level for the “usb” module.
The minimum free space in Kbytes to
reserve in the file system when
downloading files from the boot server.
It is recommended that this value should not
be modified.
The allowed range for this parameter is 5 to
512 and the default is 512.
This parameter enables or disables the
USB port on the phone. It can be set to 0 or
1. The Null default is 0.
This parameter enables or disables support
for a USB bulk drive (“memory stick”)
connected to the USB port on the phone. It
can be set to 0 or 1. The Null default is 0.
This parameter is a string which specifies
the name of the mounted USB drive. The
Null default is “usbDrive”.
For the SoundPoint IP 650 platform only,
the values specified by these parameters
are replaced internally with double the
value. This is because the SoundPoint IP
650 platform has 32 Mbytes of memory
instead of 16 Mbytes.
2.31 Version 2.0.2
2.31.1 Added or Changed Features

8428: Split call signaling processing from "lamp management" processing
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
Changes
18356: Emergency routing is not supported on shared lines
2.31.2 Removed Features
None.
2.31.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

6527: Shared line does not ring if incoming call arrives when phone is playing dial
tone then subsequently hangs up

8542: Phone does not display second call appearance in specific bridged line
scenario

8547: Local ringback is not played if far end does blind transfer without going on
hold

15671: Pressing a line key of a shared line when a call is remote-busy ends the
call

16662: Shared line can not establish a call if there are two simultaneous incoming
calls

18435: If two INVITE‟s come close together with SDP containing "a=ptime", the
phone will crash

18471: Setting NAT IP address causes truncation or corruption of IP address in
VIA

18747: INVITE failover does not work
2.31.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
2.32 Version 2.0.1 B
2.32.1 Added or Changed Features
None.
2.32.2 Removed Features
None.
2.32.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

18358: Malformed RTCP packets can crash Cisco gateways.
2.32.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
None.
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes
2.33 Version 2.0.1
The 2.0.1 Release includes all the changes and corrections from Releases 1.6.6 and 1.6.7
2.33.1 Added or Changed Features

8072: Added Nortel MCP NAT traversal parameters to config files

11678: Added template support in master configuration file

16399: Changed behavior when there is an incoming call on a phone – idle dial
digits are no longer cleared when an incoming call is received

16645: Added support for NAT keep-alive

17412: Added ability to set Ethernet link mode to SoundPoint IP 430

17413: Added ability to set Ethernet link mode to SoundStation IP 4000
2.33.2 Removed Features

14275: call.callWaiting.prompt has no effect
This parameter has been removed from the configuration files because it is no longer
used.
2.33.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

7723: Name of net logging module is sometimes corrupted in log file

12337: Display of SoundPoint IP 430 flickers under fluorescent lights and may be
shifted vertically by a few pixels

12382: The phone will freeze if the DNS server address is all zeroes and the phone
uses a FQDN server name

12647: Feature keys cannot be reconfigured to perform other functions

12749: Phone locks up during CERT PROTOS testing

15138: Text in line labels on SoundPoint IP 430 should be moved one pixel left

15227: Phone model of SoundPoint IP 430 is incorrect in CDP packets

15311: Contrast adjustment range on the SoundPoint IP 430 is unsuitable

15729: Phone does not retry connecting to boot server in specific scenario

15731: Phone should use Office Communicator model to update LCS presence
status when multiple endpoints share same registration

15812: Phone doesn't handle simultaneous 200/OK and CANCEL race condition

16069: When using Russian dictionary, phone reboots after exiting the DHCP
Menu

16073: Phone does not clear indicators if BLF removed on server

16311: Phone with maximum number of line keys configured may have its line key
labels overwritten by roaming buddy records
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

16373: Local conference host cannot end conference if one leg is put on hold by
far end

16562: Expansion Module may reboot if the Do Not Disturb key on the phone is
pressed multiple times while the Expansion Module is booting up

16577: Local conference host cannot end conference if first leg was put on hold
by far end when conference was created

16659: To: and Refer-to: domains incorrect during failover

16681: In some scenarios a phone may initiate a call using TCP but send an ACK
using UDP

16768: Inconsistent backlight behavior on SoundStation IP 4000 when resuming a
call or conference

16904: Excessive logging from “soem” module at boot time in some scenarios
involving Expansion Module

17009: Non-numeric characters or an invalid IP address when dialing by IP may
cause the phone to reboot

17068: If the silent ringer is selected, an incoming call can only be answered in
hands free mode

17102: SoundPoint IP 430 phone locks up instead of rebooting after detecting an
operating system suspended task [bug 17037]

17188: “Time” information in placed call list contains incorrect data after a
transfer has been done

17257: Phone loses audio when there is an active call on headset and another
incoming call is rejected

17206: Local conference host cannot end conference if both legs are put on hold
by far ends

17242: Local conference host's state changes to “held” when second leg holds
and invalid soft keys are displayed

17271: Phone will not accept a call with a codec with a dynamic payload identifier

17308: Phone displays "In a meeting" status as "Away" when using LCS server

17362: Add or edit directory (speed dial) contact crashes phone when configured
for roaming buddies

17370: Phone may reboot if LCS server is used and presence is enabled without
having roaming buddies enabled
Note: If the LCS server is used, the roaming buddies parameter should be enabled

17457: Phone may display incorrect soft keys if a digit is pressed then Menu,
Directories or Messages is selected then de-selected

17573: In some scenarios, phone sends 603-Decline after 2 rings on SCA line

17639: Expansion Module updates should be continuously done in the
background
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

17656: Phone does not handle outbound fragmented packets that are tagged for
VLAN

17706: Phone may freeze after regaining connection with LCS server

17783: PRACK message goes directly between phones instead of via LCS server
because of no record-route

17797: In some scenarios, phone sets its own presence status to 'Away' when
using the LCS server

17831: In some scenarios, phone adds itself to its own buddy list when using the
LCS server

17976: NTLM signature should include full "From:" URI
2.33.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
sip
sip
removed
removed
sip
added
call.callWaiting.prompt
sec.srtp.offer, sec.srtp.require,
sec.srtp.key.lifetime
voIpProt.SIP.pingInterval
sip
added
res.finder.minFree
phone1
added
reg.x.proxyRequire
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Description
This parameter is used together with
reg.x.proxyRequire. It specifies the number
of seconds between PING messages sent
by the phone.
Default = 0 = disabled.
Possible range is 0 to 3600.
Note: Server support is required before this
feature can be used.
This parameter is used to ensure that the
phone will not download resources which
could leave it with insufficient memory to
function correctly. A resource will not be
downloaded if the phone has less memory
free than res.finder.minFree [kBytes].
This parameter can have the values 1 to
2048. The recommended configuration file
value is 1200. If the parameter is left empty
the default is 800.
Notes:
Setting this value too small may affect
functionality of the phone.
Setting this value too large may mean that
some resources are not downloaded at boot
time.
This parameter is used together with
voIpProt.SIP.pingInterval. It specifies the
string which is put in the "Proxy-Require"
header.
Default is an empty string which means no
"Proxy-Require" will be sent.
Note: Server support is required before this
feature can be used.
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
phone1
added
nat.keepalive.interval
This parameter is used to set the interval in
seconds at which phones will send a keepalive packet to the gateway/NAT device to
keep the communication port open so that
NAT can continue to function as set up
initially.
Default value is 0 which means the feature
is disabled.
The allowable range is 0 to 3600.
2.34 Version 2.0.0 (Beta Release Only)
Note: The 2.0.0 Release does not include the changes and corrections from SIP releases
1.6.6 and 1.6.7
2.34.1 Added or Changed Features

2236: Added support for TLS protocol

2307: When the phone reboots due to a fatal error, it should first log any useful
information

5403: Added support for the NTLM authentication protocol

5404: Added support for Microsoft Live Communications Server authentication
schemes

8817: Added support for BLF SCA mode

9110: Added support for platform-specific override strings in dictionaries to allow
abbreviated strings for certain platforms

9734: Added option to select which registration to use for "presence" signaling

11646: Added IP QoS support for DSCP (DiffServ)

11785: Added support for multiple redundant provisioning servers

12270: SIP re-registration interval is now configurable

12419: Added support for Broadsoft attendant console/BLF feature

12426: Added support for peer-to-peer calls using Microsoft Live
Communications Server 2005

12427: Added support for calling to and from Windows Messenger 5.1 and Office
Communicator using Microsoft Live Communications Server 2005

12938: Added caching of the state of the message-waiting indicator LED across
controlled reboots

13038: Changed “DNS Lookup” name to “Transport” in SIP Configuration menu
and on web interface to match parameter name in sip.cfg
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

13080: Added new consultative transfer behavior so that transfer automatically
completes when originator hangs up

13100: Added support for individual configuration of secondary dial tone

13315: Increased the maximum number of buddies to 8 for all platforms except
SoundPoint IP 600 and 601 which can watch 48 buddies

13317: Increased speed dial menu size limit to 99 for all platforms

13463: Added IM support with Office Communicator and Windows Messenger 5.1
in Microsoft Live Communications Server 2005 context

13509: Added support for reg.x.address configuration parameter to contain host
part

13552: Improved boot-up logging

13613: Improved support for multiple m lines in SDP

13813: Added the ability for file transfers to attempt to contact multiple IP
addresses per DNS name

13893: Re-enabled idle micro browser configuration

14029: Lowered CPU load associated with RTP processing

14209: Added support for getting buddy lists from Microsoft Live
Communications Server 2005

14322: Added per-registration "lcs" parameters

14323: Added per-registration outbound proxy parameters

14348: Added support for connection reuse draft

14496: Added presence support with Windows Messenger 5.1 / Office
Communicator in Microsoft Live Communications Server 2005 context

14498: Added Windows Messenger 5.1 / Office Communicator-compatible
presence and IM support in peer-to-peer mode

14556: Added support for roaming access control lists

14610: Added ability to store resource files listed in MISC_FILES field in
<Ethernet Address>.cfg in flash file system. For example a dictionary file can be
listed which should be used if the phone reboots when the boot server is
unavailable.

14628: Added support for populating the speed dial list from a roaming buddies
list sent by a Microsoft Live Communications Server 2005

14638: Changed source port for TCP/TLS connection to be a random value above
32766 after each reboot

15180: Added configurable maximum number of servers for redundant boot
server feature (11785)

15363: Changed call timer format
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

15644: Added a configuration parameter to choose the name of "pval" field in
Dialog

15987: Reduced default resource quota limits for tones

16047: Added configurable ms-forking support and reject IM when it is enabled
2.34.2 Removed Features

12109: Removed configuration parameters for localized call progress tones menu
In order to still use this feature, see details in Error! Reference source not found.
Error! Reference source not found..

13447: Removed presence and IM support for Windows Messenger 4.6, 4.7 and
5.0

12350: Removed compiled-in Polycom idle display indicator bitmap
2.34.3 Corrections
The following issues have been resolved with this release:

6078: Cannot adjust the volume of the reorder tone when attempting to seize a
shared line which is remotely active

7084: Transducer indicator is not cleared after blind transfer on some platforms

9292: IP 4000 reboots upon downloading a wave file with a path containing „\‟
instead of „/‟

9709: RTCP not sent or received when calls are on hold

9815: SoundStation IP 4000 cannot change language after already changing
language 10 to 12 times

11177: Fast-Busy sound effect sequencing wrong in specific scenario when call
on hold

11588: The local contact directory feature cannot be disabled

11952: If destination phone rejects a blind transferred call, the far end does not
hear a busy tone

12020: Bridged line with multiple line keys may have one line indicator left in the
remote active state if a peer bridged line hosts a centralized conference

12043: Label of CPU Load graph does not change when DSP load is displayed

12106: Address of boot server is truncated in Configuration menu on SoundPoint
IP 500 and 501 phones when it exceeds a certain length

12155: SoundPoint IP 300 and 301 phones have no “Exit” soft key during the ACD
login process

12308: Cannot place a call from the second line on the phone if the first line is a
shared unregistered line

12492: SoundPoint IP 601 phone with Expansion Module(s) attached may fail to
load the selected language after rebooting
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

12630: When a shared line is being used on another phone, pressing the line key
for that line can cause the display to show “Enter number” briefly

12711: Phone should play default ring tone if Alert-Info URL is invalid

12952: There is no way to reset the user password back to the factory default
password

13230: No audio on calls resumed from hold in some multiple call scenarios

13253: An unregistered SoundStation IP 4000 may reboot if an invalid number is
dialed

13320: When the micro browser fetches SSL data this can interrupt audio
transmitted by the phone

13358: My Status menu has two “offline” entries

13477: Pressing Hold/Resume soft key twice quickly results in three effective
state changes

13500: Phone does not use FTP password stored in flash when
OVERRIDES_DIRECTORY and CONTACTS_DIRECTORY are configured in this
format: "FTP://usr@IP/directory"

13512: Parsing of URLs in configuration files does not work for some categories
of URLs

13579: SDP parser applies wrong logic

13793: cnonce generated by the phone is not random

13933: Directory menu display is not perfectly cleaned up after deleting all
contacts

14069: Phone may behave incorrectly if an incoming call is answered on a shared
line when another phone sharing the line has Do Not Disturb enabled

14083: Wrong expire time might be used when there are multiple contact header
lines

14126: If a call is placed to a phone with an unread IM, the message-waiting
indicator LED stops flashing

14172: Phone will reboot when a contact is added to the contact directory which
already contains over 40 contacts which are being watched

14390: Changing the DNS server configuration via the phone‟s menu does not
have any effect

14400: Phone can take up to 30 minutes to boot when there are TCP timeouts

14408: Soft key labels do not get updated correctly after hot dial attempt when
remote shared line is busy

14467: If a URL in <Ethernet Address>.cfg specifies a protocol and user name but
no password, the password in flash is not used

14635: No welcome sound effect is played on SoundStation IP 4000 phone
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

14664: SoundPoint IP 301 and 501 and SoundStation IP 4000 phones fail during a
reboot if 12 SAS-VP appearances are configured

14781: Cannot use special characters for filenames with TFTP boot server

14844: A failed download of a pre-existing file causes that file to be deleted

14858: Phone reboots if idle micro browser is running and the Status – Platform Application menu is displayed

15007: If the server address flash parameter is a URL which specifies a protocol
and user name but not password, the password in flash is not used

15101: Provisioning of phone stalled forever in specific scenario

15145: SAS-VP feature does not work correctly when the filename parameter is
empty

15154: Phone does not behave correctly when it is disconnected from the
network and is using SAS-VP

15185: Editing problems exist with long strings

15214: Headset memory indicator is not restored after adjusting volume on some
platforms

15269: When tcpIpApp.sntp.gmtOffset.overrideDHCP is set but no override value
is given, the DHCP based offset is not applied

15351: Blind transfer does not drop unless server sends signaling to drop the call
on the originator‟s phone. Problem will occur in pure proxy scenarios only.

15368: Character appears to be deleted during editing

15412: TFTP URL of configuration file name in log file may be truncated

15455: Phone should not reboot if parameters are missing from flash file system

15463: Phone's presence status is not displayed on UI on SoundPoint IP 300 and
301 phones

15554: Problems with password entry for very long passwords

15561: Phone may reboot after entering a long incorrect password

15571: Phone cannot recover in several scenarios involving transferring mixed
URL and E.164 calls

15603: The „sip:‟ field name which appears when using IP dialing should not be
deletable

15679: Ring Type 12 (Ringback-style) sounds incomplete after the first ring

15694: Phone crashes and reboots when 'Exit' is pressed from Network
Configuration menu in Korean Language

15730: If a menu is displayed when a call is missed on the SoundPoint IP 300 and
301 phones, the missed call count is not updated on the idle display

15766: Display is incorrect after selecting name dialing then entering and exiting
a call list while dial tone is playing
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes

15781: After putting a local conference on hold then splitting the calls then
joining them, the first call may remain on hold

15855: In the Instant Msg menu of the SoundPoint IP 300 and 301 phones,
"x/Ascii" is not displayed after pressing the "1/A/a" softkey
2.34.4 Configuration File Parameter Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
voIpProt.server.x.expires.overlap
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.ms-forking
The number of seconds before the
expiration time returned by server „x‟ at
which the phone should try to re-register.
The phone will try to re-register at half the
expiration time returned by the server if that
value is less than the configured overlap
value.
Default = 60. Minimum = 5, maximum =
65535.
Default = 0. Can be 0 or 1.
0 = Support for MS-forking is disabled.
1 = Support for MS-forking is enabled and
the phone will reject all Instant Message
INVITEs. This parameter is relevant for LCS
server installations.
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.dialog.usePvalue
sip
added
voIpProt.SIP.connectionReuse.useAli
as
sip
added
sip
added
se.pat.callProg.15.name="secondary
dial"
se.pat.callProg.15.inst.1.type="chord"
se.pat.callProg.15.inst.1.value="1"
qos.ip.rtp.dscp
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Note that if any endpoint registered to the
same account has MS-forking
disabled, all other endpoints default back to
non-forking mode. Windows Messenger
does not use MS-forking so be aware of this
behavior if one of the endpoints is Windows
Messenger.
Default = 0. Can be 0 or 1.
0 = Phone uses “pval” field name in Dialog.
This obeys the draft-ietf-sipping-dialogpackage-06.txt draft.
1 = Phone uses a field name of “pvalue”.
Default = 0. Can be 0 or 1.
0 = old behaviour
1 = Phone uses the connection reuse draft
which introduces "alias".
Same configuration method as primary dial
tone. Allows a different tone to be
configured for secondary dial tone.
This parameter allows the DSCP of packets
to be specified. If set to a value this will
override the other qos.ip.rtp… parameters.
Default is Null which means the other
qos.ip.rtp… parameters will be used.
Possible values are 0 to 63, EF, AF11,
AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31,
AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42 or AF43.
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Release Notes - SIP Application 3.1.6
Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
added
qos.ip.callControl.dscp
sip
added
pres.reg
sip
added
mb.idleDisplay.home
sip
added
mb.idleDisplay.refresh
sip
removed
voIpProt.SIP.WM50
sip
removed
lcl.ml.lang.cpt.x,
lcl.cpt,
lcl.cpt.menu.x,
lcl.cpt.chord.cp.x.y.freq.z,
feature.10.name = cpt-settings
feature.10.enabled = 1
sip
changed
tone.chord.ringer.46.offDur from 200
to 0,
tone.chord.ringer.46.repeat from 1 to
2
Settings for se.pat.ringer.12
This parameter allows the DSCP of packets
to be specified. If set to a value this will
override the other qos.ip.callControl…
parameters. Default is Null which means the
other qos.ip.callControl… parameters will be
used.
Possible values are 0 to 63, EF, AF11,
AF12, AF13, AF21, AF22, AF23, AF31,
AF32, AF33, AF41, AF42 or AF43.
Default = 1. Can be 1, 2, 3, …. Must be a
valid line/registration number. If the number
is not a valid line/registration number, it is
ignored.
Specifies the line/registration number used
to send SUBSCRIBE for presence.
mb.idleDisplay.home can be empty or any
fully formed valid HTTP URL. Length up to
255 characters.
Default is empty.
This specifies the URL used for the
microBrowser idle display home page.
Example: http://www.example.com/
xhtml/frontpage.cgi?page=home.
If empty, there will be no micro Browser idle
display feature.
Can be 0 or an integer greater than 5.
Values from 1 to 4 will be ignored, and 5 will
be used instead.
Default = 0
This specifies the period in seconds
between refreshes of the microBrowser idle
display content.
0 = the idle display microBrowser is not
refreshed.
Note: If an HTTP Refresh header is
detected, it will be respected, even if this
parameter is set to 0. The use of this
parameter in combination with the Refresh
HTTP header may cause the idle display to
refresh at unexpected times.
For selecting between Windows Messenger
4.7 and 5.0 (no longer supported).
Removed the parameters used to configure
the call progress tone localization menu.
In order to still use this feature, the old
configuration parameters should be added
to the sip.cfg file and a new parameter,
feature.cpt.enabled, must be added and set
to 1.
Changes to make ring type 12 work as
expected.
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Changes
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
sip
changed
Gain corrections for SoundPoint IP 430
platform.
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
sip
changed
voice.gain.tx.digital.chassis.IP_430
from -3 to 0
voice.handset.txag.adjust.IP_430
from 24 to 21
bitmap.IP_400.61.name from
IdleDefault to “”
bitmap.IP_500.61.name from
IdleDefault to “”
bitmap.IP_600.65.name from
IdleDefault to “”
bitmap.IP_4000.66.name from
IdleDefault to “”
HEADSET_MEM IP_300 indicator to
use indicator #50
HEADSET_MEM IP_500 indicator to
use indicator #50
ind.class.4.state.6.index from 48 to 50
ind.anim.IP_400.38.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_500.38.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_500.39.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_600.38.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_600.39.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_4000.38.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
ind.anim.IP_4000.39.frame.1.bitmap
from IdleDefault to “”
res.quotas.1.value from 2000 to 600
phone1
added
reg.x.lcs
phone1
added
reg.x.server.y.expires.overlap
phone1
added
reg.x.outboundProxy.address
phone1
added
reg.x.outboundProxy.port
phone1
added
reg.x.outboundProxy.transport
phone1
added
attendant.uri
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Removed compiled-in Polycom idle display
indicator bitmap.
Changed due to rearrangement of other
indicators.
Removed compiled-in Polycom idle display
indicator bitmap.
Reduced default resource quota limits for
tones.
Default = 0. Can be 0 or 1.
If set to 1 the LCS server is supported for
registration „x‟.
Same interpretation as
voIpProt.server.y.expires.overlap for
registration „x‟.
Same interpretation as
voipProt.SIP.outboundProxy.address for
registration „x‟.
Same interpretation as
voipProt.SIP.outboundProxy.port for
registration „x‟.
Same interpretation as
voipProt.SIP.outboundProxy.transport for
registration „x‟.
For attendant console / BLF feature. This
specifies the list SIP URI on the server. If
this is just a user part, the URI is
constructed with the server host name/IP
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Outstanding Issues
.cfg
File
Action
Parameter
Description
phone1
added
attendant.reg
phone1
added
roaming_buddies.reg
phone1
added
roaming_privacy.reg
For attendant console / BLF feature. This is
the index of the registration which will be
used to send a SUBSCRIBE to the list SIP
URI specified in attendant.uri. For example,
attendant.reg = 2 means the second
registration will be used.
Specifies the line/registration number which
has roaming buddies support enabled.
Default is empty which means roaming
buddies is disabled. If value < 1 then value
is replaced with 1. This parameter is
relevant for LCS server installations.
Specifies the line/registration number which
has roaming privacy support enabled.
Default is empty which means roaming
privacy is disabled. If value < 1 then value is
replaced with 1. This parameter is relevant
for LCS server installations.
3. Outstanding Issues
The following issues will be fixed in a subsequent release.

23634: SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600, 601: Packet Statistics Jitter measurement
does not follow RFC1889/3550 correctly
Workaround: The Packet Statistics parameters are useful for coarse diagnostics but
should not be used as an accurate jitter measurement. Other Test Equipment may be
used for accurate measurements. This issue has been addressed on recent phones
models in SIP 3.1.3.

24805: Cannot answer an incoming call while directory is being saved
Workaround: None.

26615: Subnet mask forces all packets through gateway when not using DHCP
and when using the wrong subnet mask for the network class in use, for example
using 192.168.X.X addresses with a 255.255.0.0 subnet mask
Workaround: Use the correct subnet mask.

26920: Centralized conference fails due to RTP port being slow to open in some
cases
Workaround: None.

27469: Local Conferencing on IP4000 phones is disabled if G.729 is in the Codec
preference list
Workaround: Disable G.729 as a Codec option on the phone by setting
voice.codecPref.IP_4000.G729AB=””

27777: SoundStation IP 4000 does not play a local hold reminder tone
Workaround: None
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Outstanding Issues

28508: Phone crashes after receiving high call rate (4 unanswered calls every 18
seconds)
Workaround: Reduce the incoming call rate.

29344: HTTP Digest Authentication does not work on IIS
Workaround: Use a different form of authentication, a different protocol or a different
server

30086: Boot servers running explicit FTPS are not supported
Workaround: Use implicit FTPS or HTTPS.

30371: Pattern generator for tones does not work well for the case of a single
repeating chord
Workaround: Start the pattern with a short period of silence then the desired initial
chord. Loop back to the desired initial chord instead of the initial silence.

33063: Active FTP mode is not supported for phone provisioning
Workaround: Configure the ftp server for Passive FTP operation.

33445: LCS Presence and dialing from Buddy Lists does not work across
„Federations‟
Workaround: To dial contacts across federations program a speed dial with the SIP URI
of the contact. There is no workaround for watching „Federated Buddy‟ status from the
phone.

33593: Shared line does not show remote active for the second incoming call if
callsPerLineKey parameter is set to 1
Workaround: Set callsPerLineKey parameter to a value greater than 1.

34454: If microbrowser is enabled and refreshes are too frequent and pages
contain large images, the phone may crash. Issue is most apparent on
SoundPoint IP 601 phones
Workaround: Do not refresh Microbrowser too frequently in configuration settings or by
rapidly pressing the Refresh softkey. Design the pages so that the content is within
reasonable limits.

34743: A phone may freeze when it receives a check-sync if the resources on the
phone are heavily used by downloaded wave files or large or complex
microbrowser pages
Workaround: Reduce the RAM disk size configured in sip.cfg (this will reduce the
amount of space available for downloaded wave files and other resources) by setting
ramdisk.nBlocks to 3072. Design web pages used by the Microbrowser carefully.

36969: SoundStation IP 4000 and IP 6000 phones do not display Japanese
language properly.
Workaround: None.

37175: If configuration files are used to set the SNTP server address, date validity
checking on CA certificates will be ignored for https provisioning.
Workaround: Set the SNTP server address through the Phone UI or use DHCP to
inform the phone of the SNTP server addres.

37273: If the Custom Idle Display and Idle Browser features are both enabled the
phone UI displays incorrectly.
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Outstanding Issues
Workaround: Do not set ind.idleDisplay.enabled=”1” and enable the Idle Browser at the
same time.

37437: When SRTP is used with both Authentication and Encryption enabled on
SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 600 and 601 platforms, and three-way conferencing is
enabled the phone will re-boot when a local conference is attempted.
Workaround: Disable local conferencing by setting sec.srtp.leg.allowLocalConf="0" (this
is the default setting) or disable SRTP Authentication. See Technical Bulletin 25751 for
details.

41993: Scrolling through the Corporate Directory may not return complete results
if results contain Unicode character values > 127 (server does not support
sorting)..
Workaround: Start the search in a different location or avoid use of Unicode characters
>127 in directories.

45143: Centralized Conference: When maximum conference size is reached
phone displays the local conference UI
Workaround: None

47612: BLF: Cancelling a Transfer for a call that was initiated using Directed Call
Pick-Up sequence will result in incorrect caller-id display to the user.
Workaround: None

47827: VQMon: Inter-arrival jitter is being reported in RTP timestamp units instead
of in milliseconds.
Workaround: None

48049: BLF: Attendant phone does not display all remote calls on a BLF
monitored line if the Monitored Phone has a call in the „Ringing‟ state.
Workaround: None

49834: Corporate Directory: If VLV indexing is configured and an Advanced Find
yields more results than the configured „pageSize‟ (Default is 64) scrolling
through the entries may not work correctly.
Workaround: Refine the Advanced Find search criteria until the total entries that match
is less than the configured „pageSize‟.

50153: Corporate Directory: Setting the Primary Attribute as „sticky‟
(dir.corp.attribute.1.sticky="1") can give confusing user interface behavior.
Workaround: Configure primary attribute as „non-sticky‟; dir.corp.attribute.1.sticky="0”

54027: SRTP key lifetime: Phones receiving calls do not re-invite with key at key‟s
half-life.
Workaround: None

54028: SRTP key lifetime: Key changes do not appear to be correct when
multiple encryption suites are enabled.
Workaround: None
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Reference Documents
4. Reference Documents





Administrator’s Guide – SoundPoint IP SIP – Version 3.1.0
Addendum to SIP 3.1 Administrator’s Guide for VVX 1500 available from Polycom
VVX 1500 support site.
White paper – Configuration File Management on SoundPoint IP Phones – available
from
http://www.polycom.com/common/documents/support/technical/products/voice/white
_paper_configuration_file_management_on_soundpoint_ip_phones.pdf
Technical Bulletins and Quick Tips (including the following that are new or updated
relating to SIP 3.1.4: 35311) – may be obtained from the Polycom Support web-site
at:
http://www.polycom.com/usa/en/support/voice/soundpoint_ip/VoIP_Technical_Bulletins_pub
.html
Several Phone user Guides have been updated for the 3.1.X releases, and users should
download updated copies from the Polycom Product Support Pages as needed:
http://www.polycom.com/usa/en/support/voice/soundpoint_ip/soundpoint_ip.html
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