SIP IP PHONE 480i, 480i CT, 9112i, 9133i Administrator Guide Release 1.4.1

SIP IP PHONE 480i, 480i CT, 9112i, 9133i Administrator Guide Release 1.4.1
480i, 480i CT, 9112i, 9133i
SIP IP PHONE
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Administrator Guide
Release 1.4.1
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Preface
About this guide ...............................................................................................................xiii
Introduction ...............................................................................................................xiii
Audience ...................................................................................................................xiii
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Other Documentation ............................................................................................... xiv
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Chapter 1
Overview
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................1-1
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IP Phone Models ............................................................................................................1-2
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Description ...............................................................................................................1-2
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Firmware Installation Information ...................................................................................1-3
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Description ...............................................................................................................1-3
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Installation Considerations .......................................................................................1-3
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Installation Requirements .........................................................................................1-4
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Configuration Server Requirement ...........................................................................1-5
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Firmware and Configuration Files ...................................................................................1-6
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Description ...............................................................................................................1-6
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Configuration File Precedence .................................................................................1-7
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Configuration Methods .............................................................................................1-7
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Installing the Firmware/Configuration Files ..............................................................1-8
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Chapter 2
Configuration Interface Methods
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................2-1
IP Phone UI ....................................................................................................................2-2
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Options Key ..............................................................................................................2-2
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Aastra Web UI ................................................................................................................2-5
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Description ...............................................................................................................2-5
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Accessing the Aastra Web UI ..................................................................................2-5
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Status .......................................................................................................................2-6
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Operation .................................................................................................................2-7
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Basic Settings ..........................................................................................................2-7
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Advanced Settings ...................................................................................................2-8
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Enabling/Disabling the Aastra Web UI .....................................................................2-9
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Chapter 3
Administrator Options
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................3-1
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Administrator Level Options ...........................................................................................3-3
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Description ...............................................................................................................3-3
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IP Phone UI Options ................................................................................................3-3
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Aastra Web UI Options ............................................................................................3-4
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Configuration File Options ........................................................................................3-4
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Phone Status ............................................................................................................3-6
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Basic Preferences (Aastra Web UI) .......................................................................3-10
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Network ..................................................................................................................3-12
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Line Settings ..........................................................................................................3-19
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Configuration Server Settings ................................................................................3-21
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Firmware Update Features ....................................................................................3-22
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Chapter 4
Configuring the IP Phones
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................4-1
Overview .........................................................................................................................4-3
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Basic Network Settings ...................................................................................................4-4
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DHCP .......................................................................................................................4-4
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Configuring Network Settings Manually ...................................................................4-7
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Configuration Server Protocol ......................................................................................4-10
Configuring the Configuration Server Protocol .......................................................4-10
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Advanced Network Settings .........................................................................................4-15
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Network Address Translation (NAT) ......................................................................4-15
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Configuring Nortel NAT (optional) ..........................................................................4-17
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Configuring NAT Address and Port (optional) ........................................................4-19
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Type of Service (ToS), Quality of Service (QoS), and DiffServ QoS ......................4-23
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Network Time Servers ............................................................................................4-32
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Settings ...............................................................4-38
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Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Settings .........................................................4-50
Chapter 5
Operational Features
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................5-1
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Operational Features ......................................................................................................5-3
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Description ...............................................................................................................5-3
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User Passwords .......................................................................................................5-6
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Administrator Passwords .........................................................................................5-8
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Hard Keys ................................................................................................................5-9
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Softkeys/Programmable Keys ................................................................................5-12
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Suppressing DTMF Playback .................................................................................5-24
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Busy Lamp Field (BLF) (480i/480i CT/9133i only) .................................................5-26
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Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception)
(480i/480i CT/9133i) ...............................................................................................5-32
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BLF Subscription Period (480i/480i CT/9133i) .......................................................5-35
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Do Not Disturb (DND) ............................................................................................5-37
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Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/480i CT/9133i only) ...................................5-39
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Park Calls/Pick Up Parked Calls ............................................................................5-45
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Last Call Return (lcr) (Sylantro Servers only) .........................................................5-58
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Call Forwarding ......................................................................................................5-63
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Callers List .............................................................................................................5-70
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Missed Calls Indicator ............................................................................................5-74
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Directory List ..........................................................................................................5-76
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Voicemail (480i/480i CT only) ................................................................................5-84
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XML Customized Services .....................................................................................5-87
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SIP Local Dial Plan ..............................................................................................5-107
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Incoming/Outgoing Intercom with Auto-Answer
(Intercom applicable to 480i/480i CT only) ...........................................................5-112
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Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustments ...................................................5-116
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Ring Tones and Tone Sets ...................................................................................5-118
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Priority Alerting .....................................................................................................5-124
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Stuttered Dial Tone ...............................................................................................5-131
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Call Waiting Tone .................................................................................................5-133
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Language .............................................................................................................5-135
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Chapter 6
Advanced Operational Features
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................6-1
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Advanced Operational Features .....................................................................................6-2
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MAC Address/Line Number in REGISTER Messages .............................................6-3
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SIP Message Sequence for Blind Transfer ..............................................................6-5
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Update Caller ID During a Call .................................................................................6-6
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Boot Sequence Recovery Mode ..............................................................................6-7
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Auto-discovery Using mDNS ....................................................................................6-8
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Single Call Restriction (480i CT only) ......................................................................6-9
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Chapter 7
Encryption and the IP Phone
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................7-1
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Encryption and the IP Phone ..........................................................................................7-2
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Configuration File Encryption Method ......................................................................7-2
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Procedure to Encrypt/Decrypt Configuration Files ...................................................7-3
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Chapter 8
Firmware Upgrade
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................8-1
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Upgrading the Firmware .................................................................................................8-2
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Manual Firmware Update (TFTP only) .....................................................................8-2
Manual Firmware and Configuration File Update .....................................................8-4
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Automatic Update (auto-resync) ..............................................................................8-6
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Chapter 9
Troubleshooting
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About this chapter ...........................................................................................................9-1
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................9-2
Troubleshooting Solutions ..............................................................................................9-6
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Description ...............................................................................................................9-6
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Why does my phone display “Application missing”? ................................................9-6
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Why does my phone display the “No Service” message? ........................................9-7
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Why does my phone display "Bad Encrypted Config"? ............................................9-7
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Why is my phone not receiving the TFTP IP address from the DHCP Server? .......9-8
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How do I set the IP phone to factory default? ........................................................9-11
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How to reset a user’s password? ...........................................................................9-14
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Appendix A
Configuration Parameters
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... A-1
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Setting Parameters in Configuration Files ..................................................................... A-4
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters ............................................................. A-5
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Network Settings ..................................................................................................... A-5
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Password Settings .................................................................................................. A-8
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Aastra Web UI Settings ......................................................................................... A-10
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Configuration Server Settings ............................................................................... A-10
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Type of Service (ToS)/DSCP Settings ................................................................... A-17
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Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Settings ......................................................... A-18
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Network Address Translation (NAT) Settings ........................................................ A-21
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Time Server Settings ............................................................................................. A-23
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Time and Date Settings ......................................................................................... A-25
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SIP Local Dial Plan Settings ................................................................................. A-32
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SIP Basic, Global Settings .................................................................................... A-35
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SIP Basic, Per-Line Settings ................................................................................. A-43
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Advanced SIP Settings ......................................................................................... A-53
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RTP, Codec, DTMF Global Settings ...................................................................... A-58
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DTMF Per-Line Settings ........................................................................................ A-60
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Silence Suppression Settings ............................................................................... A-61
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Voicemail Settings ................................................................................................. A-62
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Directory Settings .................................................................................................. A-63
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Callers List Settings .............................................................................................. A-64
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Call Forward Settings ............................................................................................ A-64
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Missed Calls Indicator Settings ............................................................................. A-65
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XML Settings ......................................................................................................... A-66
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Action URI Settings ............................................................................................... A-69
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Ring Tone and Tone Set Global Settings .............................................................. A-72
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Ring Tone Per-Line Settings ................................................................................. A-73
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Stuttered Dial Tone Setting ................................................................................... A-74
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Call Waiting Tone Setting ...................................................................................... A-74
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Priority Alert Settings ............................................................................................. A-75
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Language Settings ................................................................................................ A-80
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Suppress DTMF Playback Settings ...................................................................... A-81
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Intercom and Auto-Answer Settings ...................................................................... A-82
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Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustment Settings ....................................... A-85
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Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception) Settings ........................................... A-88
BLF Subscription Period Settings ......................................................................... A-89
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Hard Key Parameters .................................................................................................. A-90
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Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters ..................................................................... A-93
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Softkey Settings for 480i and 480i CT ................................................................... A-94
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Programmable Key Settings for 9112i and 9133i ................................................ A-100
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Advanced Operational Parameters ........................................................................... A-103
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MAC Address/Line Number ............................................................................... A-103
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Blind Transfer Setting. ......................................................................................... A-104
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Update Caller ID Setting. .................................................................................... A-105
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Boot Sequence Recovery Mode. ........................................................................ A-105
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Single Call Restriction ......................................................................................... A-106
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Troubleshooting Parameters ..................................................................................... A-107
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............................................................................................................................ A-109
Appendix B
Configuration Server Setup
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... B-1
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Configuration Server Protocol Setup ............................................................................. B-2
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TFTP Server Set-up ................................................................................................ B-2
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Appendix C
Configuring the IP Phone
at the Asterisk IP PBX
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... C-1
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IP Phone at the Asterisk IP PBX ................................................................................... C-2
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Appendix D
Sample Configuration Files
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... D-1
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Sample Configuration Files ........................................................................................... D-2
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480i Sample Configuration File ............................................................................... D-2
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480i CT Sample Configuration File ....................................................................... D-12
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9112i Sample Configuration File ........................................................................... D-29
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9133i Sample Configuration File ........................................................................... D-36
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Appendix E
Sample BLF Softkey Settings
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... E-1
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Sample BLF Softkey Settings ........................................................................................ E-2
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Asterisk BLF ............................................................................................................ E-2
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BroadSoft BroadWorks BLF .................................................................................... E-3
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Appendix F
Sample Multiple Proxy Server Configuration
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About this appendix ....................................................................................................... F-1
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Multiple Proxy Server Configuration .............................................................................. F-2
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Appendix G
Creating an XML Application
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About this appendix .......................................................................................................G-1
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How to Create an XML Application ................................................................................G-2
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XML format ..............................................................................................................G-2
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Creating XML Objects .............................................................................................G-2
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Creating Custom Softkeys ......................................................................................G-3
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Text Menu Object (Menu Screens) ..........................................................................G-4
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Text Screen Object (Message Screens) ..................................................................G-6
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UserInput Object (User Input Screens) ...................................................................G-7
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Directory Object (Directory List Screen) (480i only) ..............................................G-12
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Status Message Object (Idle Screen) ....................................................................G-14
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Execute Commands Object (for executing XML commands) ...............................G-17
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HTTP Post .............................................................................................................G-19
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XML Schema File ..................................................................................................G-22
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Limited Warranty
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Preface
Preface
About this guide
Introduction
This SIP IP Phone Administrator Guide provides information on the basic
network setup, operation, and maintenance of the IP phones, Models 480i, 480i
Cordless (480i CT), 9112i, and 9133i. It also includes details on the functioning
and configuration of the IP phones.
Note: Features, characteristics, requirements, and configuration that are
specific to a particular IP phone model are indicated where required in
this guide.
Audience
This guide is for network administrators, system administrators, developers and
partners who need to understand how to operate and maintain the IP phone on a
SIP network. It also provides some user-specific information.
This guide contains information that is at a technical level, more suitable for
system or network administrators. Prior knowledge of IP Telephony concepts is
recommended.
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IP Phone Administrator Guide
About this guide
Preface
Other Documentation
The IP phone documentation consists of:
•
<Model-specific> SIP IP Phone Installation Guide – contains installation
and set-up instructions, information on general features and functions, and
basic options list customization. Included with the phone.
•
Model 480i, 480i CT, 9112i, 9133i SIP IP Phone Administrator Guide –
explains how to set the phone up on the network, as well as advanced
configuration instructions for the SIP IP phone. This guide contains
information that is at a technical level more suitable for a system or network
administrator.
•
<Model-specific> SIP IP Phone User Guides – explains the most commonly
used features and functions for an end user.
This Administrator Guide complements the Aastra product-specific Installation
Guide and the Aastra product-specific User Guide.
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About this guide
Contents
Chapters and appendixes in this guide
This guide contains the following chapters and appendixes:
For
Go to
An overview of the IP Phone firmware installation information
Chapter 1
IP Phone interface methods
Chapter 2
Administrator option information
Chapter 3
Configuring the IP Phone
Chapter 4
Operational information about the IP Phones
Chapter 5
Advanced operational information about the IP Phones
Chapter 6
Encryption information
Chapter 7
Firmware upgrade information
Chapter 8
Troubleshooting solutions
Chapter 9
Configuration parameters
Appendix A
Configuration server setup
Appendix B
Configuring the IP Phones at the Asterisk PBX
Appendix C
Sample configuration files
Appendix D
Sample BLF softkey settings
Appendix E
Sample multiple proxy server configuration
Appendix F
Creating XML applications
Appendix G
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About this chapter
Introduction
This chapter briefly describes the IP Phone Models, and provides information
about installing the IP phone firmware. It also describes the firmware and
configuration files that the IP phone models use for operation..
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
IP Phone Models
page 1-2
Firmware Installation Information
page 1-3
Firmware and Configuration Files
page 1-6
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Chapter 1
Overview
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IP Phone Models
Overview
IP Phone Models
Description
The IP Phone Models 480i, 480i CT, 9112i, and 9133i communicate over an IP
network allowing you to receive and place calls in the same manner as a regular
business telephone.
All phone models support the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). The 480i
additionally supports the Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP). The 480i CT
offers the base phone along with a cordless extension.
References
For more information about the features and installation requirements, see the
SIP IP Phone Installation Guide for your specific model..
The following illustration shows the types of IP Phone Models.
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Servic
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Icom
Servic
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480i
(20 Softkeys, 9 Lines)
480i CT
(includes handset)
(20 Softkeys, 9 Lines,
15 Features Keys on Handset)
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Swap
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Delet
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L1
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9133i
9112i
(7 Programmable Keys, 9 Lines)
(2 Programmable Keys, 1 Line)
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Firmware Installation Information
Firmware Installation Information
The firmware setup and installation for the IP phone can be done using any of the
following:
•
Phone keypad menu (Phone UI)
•
Aastra Web-based user interface (Aastra Web UI)
When the IP phone is initialized for the first time, DHCP is enabled by default.
Depending on the type of configuration server setup you may have, the IP phone
may download a firmware version automatically, or you may need to download it
manually.
Installation Considerations
The following considerations must be made before connecting the IP phone to the
network:
•
If you are planning on using dynamic IP addresses, make sure a DHCP server
is enabled and running on your network.
•
If you are not planning on using dynamic IP addresses, see Chapter 4, the
section, “Configuring Network Settings Manually” on page 4-7 for manually
setting up an IP address.
To install the IP phone hardware and cabling, refer to the model-specific
SIP IP Phone Installation Guide.
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Overview
Installation Requirements
The following are general requirements for setting up and using your SIP IP
phone:
•
A SIP-based IP PBX system or network installed and running with a number
created for the new IP phone.
•
Adherence to SIP standard
RFC 3261.
•
Access to a configuration server where you can store the firmware image and
configuration files.
•
The IP phone must be configured for a specific type of protocol to use. TFTP
is enabled by default. You can configure the following protocols on the IP
phone:
— TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol)
— FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
— HTTP (Hypertext Transfer
Protocol)
Note: If you set TFTP, the configuration server must be able to accept
connections anonymously.
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A 802.3 Ethernet/Fast Ethernet LAN
•
Category 5/5e straight through cabling
•
Power over Ethernet (PoE) power supply (optional accessory – necessary
only if no inline power is provided on the network). (Not applicable to 9112i)
•
Power adapter (included for certain models of 9112i, 9133i, and 480i CT).
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Configuration Server Requirement
•
Store the firmware images that you need to download to your IP phone.
•
Stores configuration files for the IP phone
•
Stores the software when performing software upgrades to the IP phone
Reference
For setting up your configuration server as a TFTP server, see Appendix B,
“Configuration Server Setup.”
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Overview
A basic requirement for setting up the IP phone is to have a configuration server.
The configuration server allows you to:
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Firmware and Configuration Files
Overview
Firmware and Configuration Files
Description
When the IP phone is initialized for the first time, DHCP is enabled by default.
Depending on the type of configuration server setup you may have, the IP phone
may download a firmware version and configuration files automatically, or you
may need to download it manually.
Note: Automatic download is dependant on your configuration server
setup.
The firmware consists of a single file called:
•
<phone model>.st
The configuration files consist of two files called:
•
aastra.cfg
•
<mac>.cfg
The following table provides the firmware for each Aastra IP phone model.
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IP Phone
Model
Associated
Firmware
480i
480i.st
480i CT
480i Cordless.st
9112i
9112i.st
9133i
9133i.st
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Configuration File Precedence
•
The server configuration most recently downloaded/cached from the
configuration server files, aastra.cfg/<mac>.cfg (or the aastra.tuz/<mac>.tuz
encrypted equivalents).
•
Local configuration changes stored on the phone that were entered using
either the IP phone UI or the Aastra Web UI
In the event of conflicting values set by the different methods, values are applied
in the following sequence:
1.
Default values hard-coded in the phone software
2.
Values downloaded from the configuration server
3.
Values stored locally on the phone
The last values to be applied to the phone configuration are the values that take
effect.
For example, if a parameter’s value is set in the local configuration (via Aastra
Web UI or IP phone UI) and the same value was also set differently in one of the
<mac>.cfg/aastra.cfg files on the configuration server, the local configuration
value is the value that takes effect because that is the last value applied to the
configuration.
Configuration Methods
You can use the following to setup and configure the IP phone:
•
IP phone UI
•
Aastra Web UI
•
Configuration files
Models 480i and 480i CT have 20 softkeys available to configure the IP phone.
Model 9133i has 7 programmable keys. Model 9112i has 2 programmable keys.
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Overview
Aastra IP phones can accept two sources of configuration data:
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Firmware and Configuration Files
Overview
References
For setting up and configuring the IP phone using either the IP phone UI, the
Aastra Web UI, or the configuration files, see Chapter 4, “Configuring the IP
Phones.”
For information about the softkey and programmable key parameters, see
Appendix A, the section, “Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
Installing the Firmware/Configuration Files
The following procedure describes how to install the firmware and configuration
files.
Step
Action
1
If DHCP is disabled, manually enter the configuration server’s IP address. For details on setting
DHCP, see Chapter 4, the section “DHCP” on page 4-4.
2
Copy the firmware file <phone model>.st to the root directory of the configuration server. The IP
phone accepts the new firmware file only if it is different from the firmware currently loaded on the IP
phone.
Note: The <phone model> attribute is the IP phone model (i.e., 480i.st, 9133i.st)
3
Copy the Aastra configuration files (aastra.cfg and <mac>.cfg) to the root directory of the
configuration server.
Note: The <mac> attribute represents the actual MAC address of your phone.
(i.e., 00085D030996.cfg).
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Note: Restart tthe IP phone as described in the section, “How to Restart the IP Phone” on page .
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Introduction
This chapter describes the methods you can use to configure the IP phones..
Note: Features, characteristics, requirements, and configuration that are
specific to a particular IP phone model are indicated where required in
this guide.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
IP Phone UI
page 2-2
Aastra Web UI
page 2-5
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Chapter 2
Configuration Interface Methods
IP Phone Administrator Guide
IP Phone UI
Configuration Interface Methods
IP Phone UI
The IP phone UI provides an easy way to access features and functions for using
and configuring the IP phone. Hardkeys include Hold (480i/480iCT), Swap
(9112i), Redial, Options, Xfer, Conf, Icom (480i/480iCT), and Services (480i/
480iCT). Specific keys are also programmed to access the Directory List and the
Callers List.
Reference
For more information on using the IP phone UI hardkeys, see Chapter 5, the
section, “Hard Keys” on page 5-9. You can also refer to your model-specific IP
Phone User Guide.
Options Key
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The Options key allows you to access the "Options List" of each phone model.
Accessible options in this list are for both user and administrator use. An
administrator must enter a password for administrator options.
Note: An administrator has the option of enabling and disabling the use
of password protection in the IP phone UI. This is configurable using the
configuration files only. For more information about this feature, see
Appendix A, the section “Password Settings” on page A-8.
This document describes the administrator options only. For a description of the
user options in the "Options List", see your model-specific SIP IP Phone User
Guide.
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Options Key
Options
Conf
Directory
Options
Save
Directory
Delete
Save
Swap
Delete
Xfer
1
2
4 GHI
ABC
5 JKL
7 PQRS 8 TUV
3
DEF
6 MNO
9 WXYZ
Conf
0
*
#
Xfer
Mute
9112i
1
2
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PQRS 8 TUV
9 WXYZ
*
0
ABC
3
DEF
#
L3
L2
L1
Mute
9133i
480i
Hold
Redial
Options Key
Goodbye
Options
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7 PQRS 8 TUV
9 WXYZ
*
0
#
Xfer
Icom
Conf
L1
Services
L2
L3
L4
480i CT Handset
480i/480i CT
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The following illustration indicates the location of the Options Key on each phone
model.
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Using the Options Key
From the 480i/480iCT:
Step
Action
1
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Use the r and s to scroll through the list of options.
3
To select an option, press the Show softkey, press 4, or select the number on the keypad that
corresponds to the option.
4
Use the Change softkey to change a selected option.
5
Press the Done softkey at any time to save the changes and exit the current option.
6
Press the Cancel softkey, press 3, or press y at any time to exit without saving changes.
From the 480i CT handset:
Step
Action
1
Press the  key to enter the Options List when the phone is not in use.
2
3
4
Use the scroll keys  and Ï to scroll the options.
To select and change an option, press the r keys.
Press y when done.
From the 9112i and 9133i:
Step
Action
1
Press the
2
Use the r and s to scroll the list of options, or enter the number on the keypad that corresponds
to the option.
3
Press 4 to enter an option.
Options key on the phone to enter the Options List.
4
Press 4 to Clear, Set, or Change a value. The IP phone saves the settings immediately.
5
Press the
2-4
Options key again to exit the Options List.
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Aastra Web UI
An administrator can setup and configure the IP phone using the Aastra Web UI.
The Aastra Web UI supports Internet Explorer and Gecko engine-based browsers
like Firefox, Mozilla or Netscape.
Accessing the Aastra Web UI
Use the following procedure to access the Aastra Web UI.
Step
Action
1
Open your web browser and enter the phone’s IP address or host name into the address field.
2
At the prompt, enter your username and password and click
.
The Network Status window displays for the IP phone you are accessing.
Note: For an administrator, the default user name is “admin” and the password is “22222”.
For a user, the default user name is “user” and the password field is left blank.
3
You can logout of the Aastra Web UI at any time by clicking LOGOFF.
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Aastra Web UI
The following illustration is an example of a Network Status screen for the 480i IP
phone.
IP address or
host name
480i Network
Status Window
Logout button
The following categories display in the side menu of the Aastra Web UI: Status,
Operation, Basic Settings, Advanced Settings.
Status
The Status section displays the network status and the MAC address of the IP
phone. It also displays hardware and firmware information about the IP phone.
The information in the Network Status window is read-only.
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Description
User Password
Allows you to change user password.
Programmable Keys
(9112i and 9133i only)
Allows you to configure up to 2 programmable keys on the
9112i and up to 7 on the 9133i.
Softkeys and XML
(480i and 480i CT only)
Allows you to configure up to 20 softkeys and load XML
applications.
Handset Keys
(480i CT only)
Allows you to configure up to 15 softkeys on the handset.
Directory
Allows you to copy the Callers List and Directory List from
your IP phone to your PC.
Reset
Allows you to restart the IP phone when required.
Basic Settings
The Basic Settings section provides the following options:
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Description
Preferences
Allows you to set General specifications on the IP phone
such as , idle display name, local dial plan, park and pickup
call settings, and enable/disable call waiting tone and
stuttered dial tone. This section also allows you to set
intercom settings, map conference and redial keys, set ring
tones, set priority alerts, and enable directed call pickup.
Call Forward
Allows you to set a phone number destination for where you
want calls forwarded.
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The Operation section provides the following options:
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Advanced Settings
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The Advanced Settings section provides the following options:
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Description
Network
Allows you to set basic network settings such as, DHCP and
IP address, and advanced network settings such as,
Network Address Translation (NAT) and time servers. The
Network subcategory also allows you to set Type of Service
(ToS)/Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP), and
VLAN settings
Global SIP
Allows you to set basic and advanced global SIP settings,
and Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) settings that apply
to all lines on the IP phone
Lines 1 through 9
(480i, 480i CT, and 9133i
only)
Allows you to set SIP authentication settings, SIP network
settings, and DTMF method to use on a specific line
Configuration Server
Allows you to set the protocol to use on the configuration
server (TFTP (default), FTP, or HTTP), configure automatic
firmware and configuration file updates, enable/disable
auto-resync, and assign an XML push server list.
Firmware Update
Allows you to manually perform a firmware update on the IP
phone from the configuration server
Troubleshooting
Allows you to perform troubleshooting tasks whereby the
results can be forwarded to Aastra Technical Support for
analyzing and troubleshooting
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Enabling/Disabling the Aastra Web UI
To disable the Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Step
Action
1
Using a text-based editing application, open the <mac>.cfg file if you want to disable the Web UI on a
single phone. Open the aastra.cfg file to disable the Web UI on all phones
2
Enter the following parameter:
web interface enabled: 0
Note: A value of zero (0) disables the Web UI on the phone. A value of 1 enables the Web UI.
3
Save the changes and close the <mac>.cfg or the aastra.cfg file.
4
Restart the phone to apply the changes. The Aastra Web UI is disabled for a single IP phone or for all
phones.
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The Aastra Web UI is enabled by default on the IP phones. A System
Administrator can disable the Aastra Web UI on a single phone or on all phones if
required using the configuration files. Use the following procedure to enable and
disable the Aastra Web UI.
About this chapter
Introduction
The IP phones provide specific options on the IP Phone UI that allow an
administrator to change or set features and configuration information as required.
For all models, you can also use the Aastra Web UI and the configuration files to
enter and change values.
Note: Specific options are configurable only via the IP Phone UI, and/or
Aastra Web UI, and/or configuration files. See Chapter 4, “Configuring
the IP Phones” for more information about configuring each option.
This chapter provides information about the Administrator options.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Administrator Level Options
page 3-3
IP Phone UI Options
page 3-3
Aastra Web UI Options
page 3-4
Configuration File Options
page 3-4
Phone Status
page 3-6
Basic Preferences (Aastra Web UI)
page 3-10
Network
page 3-12
Line Settings
page 3-19
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About this chapter
Administrator Options
Topic
3-2
Page
Configuration Server Settings
page 3-21
Firmware Update Features
page 3-22
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Administrator Level Options
There are specific options available only to an Administrator on the IP phones.
For the IP Phone UI, you can access the Administrator options via the “Options
List” using a default password of "22222".
Note: An administrator has the option of enabling and disabling the use
of password protection in the IP phone UI. This is configurable using the
configuration files only. For more information about this feature, see
Appendix A, the section “Password Settings” on page A-8.
For the Aastra Web UI, you can access the Administrator options by entering a
user name and password. The default user name is "admin" and the default
password is "22222".
IP Phone UI Options
The following are administrator options in the "Options List" on the IP phone UI:
•
Phone Status->Factory Default
•
Network
•
SIP Settings
Reference
For information about all other user options in the “Options List”, see your
model-specific SIP IP Phone User Guide.
For procedures on configuring the IP phone via the IP phone UI, see Chapter 4,
“Configuring the IP Phones.”
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Administrator Options
Aastra Web UI Options
The following are administrator options in the Aastra Web UI:
•
Restore to Factory Defaults
•
Basic Settings (Idle Display Name, Dial Plan, Dial Plan
Terminator, Digit Timeout, Outgoing Intercom, Key Mapping, Priority Alert,
Directed Call Pickup)
•
Network
•
Global SIP
•
Line Settings
•
Configuration Server
•
Firmware Update
•
Troubleshooting
Reference
For information about all other user options, see your model-specific
SIP IP Phone User Guide.
For procedures on configuring the IP phone via the Aastra Web UI, see Chapter 4,
“Configuring the IP Phones.”
Configuration File Options
A system administrator can enter specific parameters in the configuration files to
configure the IP phones. All parameters in configuration files can only be set by
an administrator.
Reference
For a description of each configuration file parameter, see Appendix A,
“Configuration Parameters.”
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Using the Configuration Files
Use the following procedure to add, delete, or change parameters and their
settings in the configuration files.
Note: Apply this procedure wherever this Administrator Guide refers to
configuring parameters using the configuration files.
Configuration files
Step
Action
1
Using a text-based editing application, open the configuration file for the phone, for which you want to
configure the directory list (either aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg or both).
2
Enter the required configuration parameters followed by the applicable value. For example,
directory 1: company_directory
directory 2: my_personal_directory
3
Save the changes and close the configuration file.
4
If the parameter requires the phone to be restarted in order for it to take affect, use the
IP Phone UI or the Aastra Web UI to restart the phone.
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When you use the configuration files to configure the IP phones, you must use a
text-based editing application to open the configuration file (aastra.cfg or
<mac>.cfg).
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Phone Status
The Phone Status on the IP Phone displays the network status and firmware
version of the IP phone. This option also allows you to restart the phone, and set
the phone to factory defaults.
You can display phone status and reset the phone using the IP phone UI or the
Aastra Web UI.
Phone Status via IP Phone UI
In the IP phone UI, the Phone Status options are available to the user and the
administrator and do not require a password entry. However, the “Restore
Defaults” option (9112i/9133i) and the "Factory Default" option (480i/480i CT)
are for administrator use only.
9112i
Phone Status
1. Network Port
2. Firmware Version
3. Restart Phone
4. Restore Defaults
=Enter
=Next
9133ii
Phone Status
1. Network Port 1
2. Network Port 2
2. Firmware Version
3. Restart Phone
4. Restore Defaults
=Enter
=Next
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Done
The following information displays for phone status on the IP phone UI:
•
Network Port (9112i only)
Displays the network status of the Ethernet port at the back of the phone. Also
displays the IP and MAC address of the phone. These fields are read-only.
•
Network Port 1 and Port 2 (9133i only)
Displays the network status of the Ethernet ports at the back of the phone.
Also displays the IP and MAC address of the phone. These fields are
read-only.
•
Network Status (480i and 480i CT only)
Displays the network status of the Ethernet ports at the back of the phone. You
can also view the phone’s IP and MAC addresses. These fields are read-only.
•
Firmware Version
Displays information about the firmware that is currently installed on the IP
phone.
•
Restart Phone
This option lets you reboot the phone. A reset may be necessary when:
-
There is a change in your network, OR
To re-load modified configuration files, OR
If the settings for the IP phone on the IP PBX system have been modified.
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1. Network Status
2. Firmware Version
3. Restart Phone
4. Factory Default
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•Factory Default (admin only)
This option lets you reset the phone to its factory default settings. There are
two options in setting the factory defaults on the IP phone:
-All Defaults
-Config Only
The "All Defaults" option resets the factory defaults for all of the settings in
the aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg, and local configuration. Performing this option
results in losing all user-modified settings.
The "Config Only" option resets the settings on the local IP phone
configuration only.
Phone Status via Aastra Web UI
In the Aastra Web UI, the "Network Status", "Hardware Information", and
"Firmware Information" options are read only and available for viewing by the
user and administrator. Resetting the IP phone to factory defaults using the Aastra
Web UI (Operation->Reset->Current Settings) is available to the administrator
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Network Satus
Displays the network status of the Ethernet ports at the back of the phone. You
can also view the phone’s IP and MAC addresses. Information in this field
includes Link State, Negotiation, Speed, and Duplex for Port 0 and Port 1.
•
Hardware Information
Displays the current IP phone platform and the revision number.
•
Firmware Information
Displays information about the firmware that is currently installed on the IP
phone. Information in this field includes Firmware Version, Firmware Release
Code, Boot Version, Release Date/Time.
• Factory Default Feature
A user and administrator can restart the phone at Operation->Reset->Phone.
However, only an administrator has access to restoring factory defaults to the
IP phone at Operation->Reset->Current Settings.
There are two options for setting factory defaults using the Aastra Web UI:
-
Restore to Factory Defaults
Remove Local Configuration Settings
The "Restore to Factory Defaults" option resets the factory defaults for all of
the settings in the aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg, and local configuration. Performing
this option results in losing all user-modified settings.
The "Remove Local Configuration Settings" option resets the settings on
the local IP phone configuration only.
Reference
For procedures in setting factory defaults, see Chapter 9, “Troubleshooting.”
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The following information displays for phone status in the Aastra Web UI at the
location Status->System Information. This information is available to the user
and the administrator as read-only.
Basic Preferences (Aastra Web UI)
An administrator can configure the following basic preferences using the Aastra
Web UI:
•
Idle Display Name 1 and 2
The names that display on the idle screen rather than the user name and phone
number.
•
Local Dial Plan
A dial plan that describes the number and pattern of digits that a user dials to
reach a particular telephone number.
•
Dial Plan Terminator
A dial plan terminator or timeout. When you configure the IP phone to use a
dial plan terminator (such as the pound symbol (#)) the phone waits 4 or 5
seconds after you pick up the handset or press a key to make a call.
•
Digit Timeout
Represents the time, in seconds, to configure the timeout between consecutive
key presses.
•
Park Call (users and admin)
The parking of a live call to a specific extension.
•
Pickup Parked Call (users and admin)
Picking up a parked call at the specified extension.
•
Incoming/Outgoing Intercom Calls
Specifies whether the IP phone or the server is responsible for notifying the
recipient that an Intercom call is being placed. Also specifies the prefix code
for server-side Intercom calls, and specifies the configuration to use when
making the Intercom call.
Note: Users and administrators can configure incoming Intercom calls.
Only administrators can configure outgoing Intercom calls.
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Key Mapping
Allows you to set the Redial and/or Conf keys as speedial keys.
•
Priority Alerting
Enabling/disabling priority alert by setting specific ring tones for types of
calls (Group, External, Internal, Emergency, Priority).
•
Directed Call Pickup
Enabling/disabling of directed call pickup feature and the playing of a ring
tone splash.
References
For more information about each of these features, see Chapter 5, “Operational
Features.”
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Network
The following paragraphs describe the network parameters you can configure on
the IP phone. Network settings are in two categories:
•
Basic network settings
•
Advanced network settings
Note: Specific parameters are configurable using the Aastra Web UI only
and are indicated where applicable.
Basic Network Settings
If Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is enabled, the IP phone
automatically configures all of the Network settings. If the phone cannot populate
the Network settings, or if DHCP is disabled, you can set the Network options
manually.
•
DHCP
Enables or disables DHCP. When enabled, the phone may populate the
following fields as read-only: IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, Broadcast
Address, Domain Name
Servers (DNS), Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) Server, and Timer
Servers.
Note: For DHCP to automatically populate the IP address or qualified
domain name for the TFTP server, your DHCP server must support
Option 66. For more information, see Chapter 4, the section, “DHCP” on
page 4-4.
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IP Address
IP address of the IP phone. To assign a static IP address, disable DHCP.
•
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask defines the IP address range local to the IP phone. To assign a
static subnet mask, disable DHCP.
•
Gateway
The IP address of the network’s gateway or default router IP address. To
assign a static Gateway IP address, disable DHCP.
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Primary DNS
Primary Domain Name Service. A service that translates domain names into
IP addresses. To assign static DNS addresses, disable DHCP.
•
Secondary DNS
Secondary Domain Name Service. A service that translates domain names
into IP addresses. To assign static DNS addresses, disable DHCP.
Note: If a host name is configured on the IP phone, you must also set a
DNS.
Advanced Network Settings
•
NAT IP
Network Address Translator settings are used to map your firewall to an
external NAT device. This is the IP address of the external network device
that enforces NAT. Default is 0.0.0.0.
•
NAT Port
Hard-coded port number of the external network device that enforces NAT.
Default is 0.
•
Nortel NAT Traversal Enabled
Enables or disables the phone to operate while connected to a network device
that enforces NAT. Valid values are 0 (No) or 1 (Yes). Default is 0 (No).
•
Nortel NAT Timer (seconds)
The interval, in seconds, that the phone sends SIP ping requests to the Nortel
proxy. Default is 30.
•
NTP Time Servers
Enables or disables the time server. This parameter affects time server1, time
server2, and time server3. Valid values are 0 (enable) and 1 (disable). Default
is 1 (disable).
•
Time Server 1, 2, and 3
The primary, secondary, and tertiary time server's IP address or qualified
domain name. If the "NTP Time Server" parameter is enabled, and the
primary and secondary time servers are not configured or cannot be accessed,
the value for Time Server 3 is used to request the time.
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Type of Service (ToS), DSCP
Network settings also allows you to set Type of Service (ToS) and Differentiated
Services Code Point (DSCP).
Reference
For more information about ToS and DSCP see Chapter 4, the section, “Type of
Service (ToS), Quality of Service (QoS), and DiffServ QoS” on page 4-23.
VLAN
You can enable or disable VLAN and set specific VLAN IDs and priorities under
Network Settings.
Reference
For more information about VLAN, see Chapter 4, the section, “Virtual LAN
(optional)” on page 4-22.
SIP Settings
The following paragraphs describe the SIP parameters you can configure on the IP
phone. SIP configuration consists of configuring:
•
Basic SIP Authentication Settings
•
Basic SIP Network Settings
•
Advanced SIP settings
•
RTP Settings
Note: Specific parameters are configurable using the Aastra Web UI only
and are indicated where applicable. If you have a proxy server or have a
SIP registrar present at a different location than the PBX server, the SIP
parameters may need to be changed. The SIP parameters can be set on a
global or per-line basis.
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Screen Name
Name that displays on the idle screen. Valid values are up to 20 alphanumeric
characters. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Phone Number
(User Name in IP phone UI and configuration files) User name used in the
name field of the SIP URI for the IP phone and for registering the phone at the
registrar. Valid values are up to 20 alphanumeric characters. Configurable on
a global and per-line basis.
•
Caller ID
(Display Name in IP phone UI and configuration files). Name used in the
display name field of the "From SIP" header field. Some IP PBX systems use
this as the caller’s ID, and some may overwrite this with the string that is set
at the PBX system. Valid values are up to 20 alphanumeric characters.
Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Authentication Name
Authorization name used in the username field of the Authorization header
field of the SIP REGISTER request. Valid values are up to 20 alphanumeric
characters. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Password
Password used to register the IP phone with the SIP proxy. Valid values are up
to 20 alphanumeric characters. Passwords are encrypted and display as
asterisks when entering. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
BLA Number
(not configurable via IP phone UI) Phone number that you assign to BLA
lines that is shared across all phones (global configuration) or shared on a
per-line basis (per-line configuration). For more information about BLA, see
Chapter 5, the section, “Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/480i CT/
9133i only)” on page 5-39.
•
Line Mode
(Sip Mode in configuration files. Not configurable in IP phone UI). The
mode-type that you assign to the IP phone on a global or per-line basis. Valid
values are Generic (0), BroadSoft SCA (1), Nortel (2), or BLA (3). Default is
Generic (0).
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Proxy Server
(Proxy IP in the configuration files). IP address of the SIP proxy server. Up to
64 alphanumeric characters. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Proxy Port
SIP proxy server’s port number. Default is 0. Configurable on a global and
per-line basis.
•
Outbound Proxy Server
Address of the outbound proxy server. All SIP messages originating from the
phone are sent to this server. For example, if you have a Session Border
Controller in your network, then you would normally set its address here.
Default is 0.0.0.0. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Outbound Proxy Port
The proxy port on the proxy server to which the IP phone sends all SIP
messages. Default is 0. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Registrar Server
(Registrar IP in the configuration files). IP address of the SIP registrar. Up to
64 alphanumeric characters. Enables or disables the phone to be registered
with the Registrar. When Register is disabled globally, the phone is still active
and you can dial using username and IP address of the phone. A message "No
Service" displays on the idle screen and the LED is steady ON. If Register is
disabled for a single line, no messages display and LEDs are OFF.
Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Registrar Port
SIP registrar’s port number. Default is 0. Configurable on a global and
per-line basis.
•
Registration Period
(Not configurable via IP Phone UI). The requested registration period, in
seconds, from the registrar. Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
Advanced SIP Settings
In addition to the basic SIP settings, you can also configure the following
advanced SIP parameters. These parameters are not configurable via the IP phone
UI.
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Explicit MWI Subscription
If the IP phone has a message waiting subscription with the Service Provider,
a Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) (LED or display icon) tells the user there
is a message on the IP Phone. You can enable and disable MWI by setting this
parameter to 0 (disable) or 1 (enable) in the configuration files or by checking
the box for this field in the Aastra Web UI. Default is disabled.
•
Send MAC Address in REGISTER Message
Adds an "Aastra-Mac:" header to the SIP REGISTER messages sent from the
phone to the call server, where the value is the MAC address of the phone.
•
Send Line Number in REGISTER Message
Adds an "Aastra-Line:" header to the SIP REGISTER messages sent from the
phone to the call server, where the value is the line number that is being
registered.
•
Session Timer
The time, in seconds, that the IP phone uses to send periodic re-INVITE
requests to keep a session alive. The proxy uses these re-INVITE requests to
maintain the status' of the connected sessions. See RFC4028 for details.
Default is 0.
•
Timer 1 and Timer 2
The time, in milliseconds, that applies to an IP phone session. These timers
are SIP transaction layer timers defined in RFC 3261. Timer 1 is an estimate
of the round-trip time (RTT). Timer 2 represents the amount of time a
non-INVITE server transaction takes to respond to a request.
•
Transaction timer
The amount of time, in
milliseconds that the phone allows the callserver (registrar/proxy) to respond
to SIP messages that it sends. If the phone does not receive a response in the
amount of time designated for this parameter, the phone assumes the message
has timed out. Valid values are 4000 to 64000. Default is 4000.
•
Transport Protocol
The protocol that the RTP port on the IP phone uses to send out RTP packets.
Valid values are 0 (both), 1 (UDP), or 2 (TCP). Default is 1 (UDP).
•
Registration Retry Timer
Specifies the time, in seconds, that the phone waits between registration
attempts when a registration is rejected by the registrar.
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BLF Subscription Period
Specifies the time period, in seconds, that the BLF feature becomes active
again after a software/firmware upgrade or after a reboot of the IP phone.
RTP Settings
You can configure the following RTP settings:
•
RTP Port
(RTP Port Base in IP Phone UI)
The Real-Time Transport Protocol port base configured for the IP phone.
Default is 3000.
•
Basic Codecs (G.711 u-Law, G.711 a-Law, G.729)
(not configurable via IP phone UI). Enables or disables basic codecs.
Enabling this parameter allows the IP phone to use the basic Codecs when
sending/receiving RTP packets. Valid values are 0 (disabled) and 1 (enabled).
Default is 0 (disabled).
•
Force RFC2833 Out-of-Band DTMF
(not configurable via IP phone UI). Enables or disables out-of-band DTMF.
Enabling this parameter forces the IP phone to use out-of-band DTMF
according to RFC283. Valid values are 0 (disabled) and 1 (enabled). Default is
1 (enabled).
•
Customized Codec Preference List
(not configurable via IP phone UI). Specifies a customized Codec preference
list which allows you to use the preferred Codecs for this IP phone. For valid
values, see Appendix A, the section, “RTP, Codec, DTMF Global Settings” on
page A-58.
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DTMF Method
(not configurable via IP phone UI). Sets the dual-tone multifrequency
(DTMF) method to use on the IP phone on a global or per-line basis. Valid
values are 0 (RTP), 1 (SIP INFO), or 2 (BOTH). Default is 0 (RTP).
Configurable on a global and per-line basis.
•
Silence Suppression
Enables or disables the phone to use the negotiated silence suppression
setting.
Line Settings
An administrator can configure multiple lines on the IP phone with the same
configuration (global) or a different configuration (per-line). The following table
provides the number of lines available for each IP phone model.
IP Phone
Model
Available
Lines
480i
9
480i CT
9
9112i
1
9133i
9
A user or administrator can then assign the line to a specific softkey (480i/480i
CT) or programmable key (9112i/9133i). The available softkeys also depends on
the IP phone model as shown in the following table.
IP
Phone
Model
Softkeys
Available
Program
mable
Keys
Available
480i
20
-
480i CT
20
-
9112i
-
2
9133i
-
7
The softkey or programmable key can be set to use a specific function. Available
functions depend on the IP phone model.
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The functions you can configure are:
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line (480i, 480i CT, 9133i)
•
speeddial
•
do not disturb
•
BLF (480i, 480i CT, 9133i)
•
BLF/List (480i, 480i CT, 9133i)
•
XML
•
flash
•
park
•
pickup
•
empty (480i, 480i CT)
References
For more information about configuring lines on the IP phone, see Appendix A,
the section, “SIP Basic, Per-Line Settings” on page A-43 and “DTMF Per-Line
Settings” on page A-60.
For information about configuring softkeys, see Chapter 5, the section, “Softkeys/
Programmable Keys” on page 5-12.
For more information about softkey functions see Appendix A, the section,
“Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
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Download Protocol
Protocol to use for downloading new versions of firmware and configuration
files to the IP phone. Valid values are TFTP, FTP, and HTTP. Default is TFTP.
•
TFTP Server
IP address or qualified domain name of the TFTP server. You can select a
primary or alternate TFTP server and then assign an IP address or qualified
domain name to your selection. Set this option if TFTP is the download
protocol selected.
Note: For DHCP to automatically populate the IP address or domain
name for the TFTP server, your DHCP server must support Option 66.
For more information, see Chapter 4, the section, “DHCP” on page 4-4.
•
FTP Server
IP address or network host name of the FTP server. If required, you can also
assign a user name and password for access to the FTP server. Set this option
if FTP is the download protocol selected. If you enter a network host name,
DNS must also be set.
•
HTTP Server
IP address of the HTTP server. You can also assign an HTTP path to the
HTTP server. Set this option if HTTP is the download protocol selected.
•
Mode
(not configurable via IP phone UI). Enables and disables the IP phone to be
updated automatically (auto-resync) once a day at a specific time in a 24-hour
period. Updating can be done to the configuration files only, the firmware
only, or both. This feature works with TFTP, FTP, and HTTP servers. The
auto update feature works with both encrypted and plain text configuration
files.
Note: Any changes made using the Aastra Web UI or the IP phone UI are
not overwritten by an auto-resync update. Auto-resync affects the
configuration files only. However, the settings in the Aastra Web UI take
precedence over the IP phone UI and the configuration files.
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The configuration server stores the firmware images, configuration files, and
software when performing software upgrades to the IP phone. An administrator
can configure the following parameters for the configuration server:
•
Time (24-hour)
(Not configurable via IP phone UI). Sets the time of day in a 24-hour period
for the IP phone to be automatically updated (auto-resync). This parameter
works with TFTP, FTP, and HTTP servers.
Note: Auto-Resync adds up to 15 minutes random time to the configured
time. For example, if the auto resync time parameter is set to 02:00, the
event takes place any time between 02:00 and 02:15.
•
XML Push Server List
(not configurable via IP phone UI). The HTTP server that is pushing XML
applications to the IP phone.
Reference
For more information about configuring the configuration server, see Chapter 4,
the section, “Configuration Server Protocol” on page 4-10.
Firmware Update Features
The IP phone uses a TFTP, FTP, or HTTP server (depending on the protocol
configured on the IP phone) to download configuration files and firmware.
You can download the firmware stored on the configuration server in one of three
ways:
•
Manual firmware update using the Aastra Web UI (TFTP only).
•
Manual update of firmware and configuration files (by restarting the phone
via the IP phone UI or the Aastra Web UI).
•
Automatic update of firmware, configuration files, or both at a specific time
in a 24-hour period (via the Aastra Web UI or configuration files)
Reference
For more information about firmware update, see Chapter 8, “Firmware
Upgrade.”
About this chapter
Introduction
This chapter provides the information required to configure the administrative
options on the IP phones. It includes procedures for configuring via the
configuration files, the IP Phone UI, and the Aastra Web UI where applicable.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Overview
page 4-3
Basic Network Settings
page 4-4
DHCP
page 4-4
Configuring Network Settings Manually
page 4-7
Configuration Server Protocol
Configuring the Configuration Server Protocol
Advanced Network Settings
page 4-10
page 4-10
page 4-15
Network Address Translation (NAT)
page 4-15
Configuring Nortel NAT (optional)
page 4-17
Configuring NAT Address and Port (optional)
page 4-19
Virtual LAN (optional)
page 4-22
Type of Service (ToS), Quality of Service (QoS), and DiffServ QoS
page 4-23
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Topic
4-2
Page
Network Time Servers
page 4-32
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Settings
page 4-38
Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Settings
page 4-50
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Overview
Overview
Note: An administrator has the option of enabling and disabling the use
of password protection in the IP phone UI. This is configurable using the
configuration files only. For more information about this feature, see
Appendix A, the section “Password Settings” on page A-8.
The procedures in this section include configuring from the IP phone UI and the
Aastra Web UI. To configure the IP phones using the configuration files, see
Appendix A, “Configuration Parameters.”
To configure the phone using the IP phone UI, you must enter an administrator
password. To configure the phone using the Aastra Web UI, you must enter an
administrator user name and password.
Note: In the IP phone UI, the default password is "22222". In the
Aastra Web UI, the default admin user name is "Admin" and the default
password is "22222".
References
For configuring the IP phone at the Asterisk IP PBX, see Appendix C,
“Configuring the IP Phone at the Asterisk IP PBX.”
For sample configuration files, see Appendix D, “Sample Configuration Files.”
These sample files include basic parameters required to register the IP phone at
the PBX.
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An administrator can configure the IP Phone Network and SIP options from the
phone UI, from the Aastra Web UI, or the configuration files. Administrator level
options are password protected in both the IP phone UI and the Aastra Web UI.
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Configuring the IP Phones
Basic Network Settings
This section describes the basic network settings on the IP phone.
DHCP
The IP phone is capable of querying a DHCP server, allowing a network
administrator a centralized and automated method of configuring various network
parameters for the phone. If DHCP is enabled, the IP phone requests the following
network information:
•
Subnet Mask
•
Gateway (i.e. router)
•
Domain Name Server (DNS)
•
Broadcast Address
•
Network Time Protocol Server
•
IP Address
•
TFTP Server Name
Note: For DHCP to automatically populate the IP address or domain
name for the TFTP server, your DHCP server must support Option 66.
Option 66 is responsible for forwarding the TFTP server IP address or
domain name to the phone automatically. If your DHCP server does not
support Option 66, you must manually enter the IP address or domain
name for the TFTP server into your IP phone configuration.
The network administrator chooses which of these parameters (if any) are
supplied to the IP phone by the DHCP server. The administrator must configure
the phone manually to provide any required network parameters not supplied by
the DHCP server.
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Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Network
Settings” on page A-5.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
For 9112i/9133i:
Select Network Settings.
For 480i/480i CT:
Select Network.
3
Select option DHCP.
4
Press Change to set "Use DHCP" to "Yes" (enable) or "No" (disable).
5
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
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You can enable and disable DHCP using the configuration files, the IP phone UI,
or the Aastra Web UI.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Basic Network Settings.
2
Enable the "DHCP" field by checking the check box. (Disable this field by unchecking the box).
3
Click
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Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Network
Settings” on page A-5.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
For 9112i/9133i:
Select Network Settings.
For 480i/480i CT:
Select Network.
3
Select IP Address and enter the IP address of the phone.
4
Select Subnet Mask and enter the subnet mask.
5
Select Gateway and enter the gateway address.
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If you disable DHCP on your phone, you need to configure the network settings
manually. You can configure the Network settings using the configuration files,
the IP phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI.
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
6
Select DNS and enter a Primary and/or Secondary DNS server.
7
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
The IP phone is manually configured.
You can now continue configuring the IP phone if required using the IP Phone UI.
.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Basic Network Settings.
2
Enter an IP address of the phone in the IP Address field.
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Step
Action
3
Enter a subnet mask in the Subnet Mask field.
4
Enter a gateway address in the Gateway field.
5
Enter a Primary DNS in the Primary DNS field, and/or a secondary DNS in the Secondary DNS
field.
6
Click
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The IP phone is manually configured.
You can now continue configuring the IP phone if required using the Aastra Web UI.
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Configuration Server Protocol
You can download new versions of firmware and confguration files from the
configuration server to the IP phone using any of the following types of protocols:
TFTP, FTP, HTTP. The TFTP setting is the default download protocol. You can
configure the type of protocol that the IP phone uses by setting it in the
configuration files, the IP phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI.
Note: For DHCP to automatically populate the IP address or domain
name for the TFTP server, your DHCP server must support Option 66.
For more information, see this chapter, the section, “DHCP” on page 4-4.
Configuring the Configuration Server Protocol
Use the following procedure to configure the configuration server protocol.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Configuration
Server Settings” on page A-10.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
For 9112i/9133i:
Select Network Settings.
For 480i/480i CT:
Select Network.
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Step
Action
3
Select Download Protocol.
4
Select "Use TFTP", "Use FTP", or "Use HTTP".
The IP phone uses the protocol you select to download new firmware and configuration files from the
configuration server.
5
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
6
From the Network Settings menu, select TFTP Server, FTP Server, or HTTP Server (depending on
which protocol you configured in Step 4).
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
7
Enter the IP address of the protocol server (in dotted decimal format).
Use the following table to configure the applicable server.
TFTP
-
Select TFTP.
Select Primary.
Select Primary TFTP.
Enter the IP address or qualified domain name of the primary TFTP server.
Press Done to save the change.
Optional: You can also configure an alternate TFTP server if required. If Alternate TFTP is
enabled, you must also enter an IP address or qualified domain name for the alternate TFTP
server.
FTP
- Select FTP Server.
- Enter the IP address of the FTP server.
- Press Done.
Optional: You can enter a username and password for accessing the FTP server if required:
-
Select FTP Username.
Enter a username for accessing the FTP server.
Press Done.
Select FTP Password.
Enter a password for accessing the FTP server.
Press Done.
HTTP
-
Select HTTP Server
Enter the IP address of the HTTP server.
Press Done.
Select HTTP Path.
Enter the HTTP sub-directory path name. If the IP phone’s files are located in a sub-directory
beneath the server’s HTTP root directory, the relative path to that sub-directory should be
entered in this field.
- Press Done.
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Step
Action
8
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
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For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
9
Press Done to finish configuring the configuration server protocol for the IP phone.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration changes.
10
Select Restart.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Configuration Server.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
2
Select the protocol from the "Download Protocol" list box.
The IP phone uses the protocol you select to download new firmware and configuration files from the
configuration server. Use the following table to configure the applicable server.
TFTP
- Enter an IP address or qualified domain name in the "TFTP Server" field.
Optional: You can also configure an alternate TFTP server if required. If "Use Alternate
TFTP" is enabled, you must also enter an IP address or qualified domain name for the
alternate server in the "Alternate TFTP" field.
FTP
- Enter an IP address in the "FTP Server" field.
Optional: You can enter a username and password for accessing the FTP server if
required.
- Enter a user name for a user that will access the FTP server in the "FTP User Name" field.
- Enter a password for a user that allows access to the FTP server in the "FTP Password"
field.
HTTP
- Enter an IP address in the "HTTP Server" field.
- Enter a root sub-directory path for the HTTP server in the "HTTP Path" field.
Optional: You can enter a list of users to be authenticated when they access the HTTP
server in the "HTTP POST Authentication List" field.
3
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
4
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Select Operation->Reset and click
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Advanced Network Settings
Note: The available advanced network parameters via the IP phone UI
are NAT, Nortel NAT, VLAN, and QoS only.
Network Address Translation (NAT)
The protocols used by all IP phones do not interoperate completely with Network
Address Translation (NAT). For the Aastra IP phones, specific configuration
parameters allow the phone to operate while connected to a network device that
enforces NAT. The following is a sample network using a NAT proxy and relevant
IP phone configuration parameters.
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You can set advanced network settings on the IP phone such as, Network Address
Translation (NAT), Nortel NAT, Network Time Protocol (NTP) Time Servers,
Virtual LAN (VLAN), and Quality of Service (QoS) using the Aastra Web UI or
the configuration files.
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Nortel Proxy/Registrar
The phone at IP address 10.10.10.10 is configured to register with the proxy at
63.251.195.10. Because it is a Nortel proxy, the configuration must additionally
include the "sip nortel nat support" and "sip nortel nat timer" settings, telling the
firmware to enhance the protocols with Nortel specific content.
Note: This IP phone uses RTP port 3000 (the default value) since an RTP
port was not explicitly configured.
SBC or ALG proxy/registrar
The phone at IP address 10.10.10.20 is configured to register with the proxy at
63.251.195.20. Because the proxy/registrar has session border control (SBC) or
application layer gateway (ALG) functionality, no additional IP phone
configuration is required.
Other proxy/registrars
The phone at IP address 10.10.10.30 is configured to register with the proxy at
63.251.195.30. Because this proxy/registrar is not a Nortel proxy and has no SBC
or ALG functionality, the configuration must additionally include the "sip nat ip"
and "sip nat port" settings that contain the public ip address of the NAT router and
the port used for call signaling messages. This information is embedded in
protocol messages to allow the proxy/registrar to reach the IP phone on the NAT
router private network.
NAT router configuration
You must configure the NAT router to allow signaling or media packets
containing the various UDP port values to flow between the private and public
networks that are separated by the NAT router. In the sample network, the NAT
router must not filter packets using ports 3000, 5060, 6060, 16420, and 16430.
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Configuring Nortel NAT (optional)
You can configure Nortel NAT using the configuration files, the IP phone UI, or
the Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Network
Address Translation (NAT) Settings” on page A-21.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select SIP Settings.
3
Select NAT.
4
Select Nortel.
5
Select NAT Enabled.
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Nortel Networks provides a proprietary solution to support connectivity to their
proxies from phones placed behind devices (such as routers or firewalls) that use
NAT. Nortel uses the SIP ping request/reply between the Nortel proxy and the
phone in order to keep the connection through the router or firewall active. A SIP
Nortel NAT timer is the interval, in seconds (default is 60), that the phone sends
SIP ping requests to the Nortel proxy.
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
6
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Change to set Yes (enable) or No (disable) for NAT on a Nortel network.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Change to set Yes (enable) or No (disable) for NAT on a Nortel network.
7
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Advanced Network Settings.
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Step
Action
2
Select Yes (enable) or No (disable) in the "Nortel NAT Traversal Enabled" field to enable or disable
NAT for a Nortel network.
3
Enter a time, in seconds, in the "Nortel NAT timer" field. Valid values are 0 to 2147483647.
Default is 60.
4
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
5
Select Operation->Reset and click
..
Configuring NAT Address and Port (optional)
You can also configure a specific NAT address and port on the IP phone using the
configuration files, IP Phone UI, or Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Network
Address Translation (NAT) Settings” on page A-21.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select SIP Settings.
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
3
Select NAT.
4
Select NAT Settings.
5
Select NAT IP.
6
Enter a public IP address of your NAT device in dotted-decimal format.
7
Press Done to save the NAT setting.
8
Select NAT Port.
9
Enter the public SIP signalling port number of your NAT device.
10
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
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Press Done to save the changes.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Advanced Network Settings.
2
Enter a NAT IP address in the "NAT IP" field.
3
Enter a NAT port in the "NAT Port" field.
4
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
5
Select Operation->Reset and click
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Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) is a feature on the IP phone that allows for
multiple logical Ethernet interfaces to send outgoing RTP packets over a single
physical Ethernet as described in IEEE Std 802.3. On the IP phone, you configure
a VLAN ID that associates with the physical Ethernet port.
By configuring specific VLAN parameters, the IP phones have the capability of
adding and removing tags, and processing the ID and priority information
contained within the tag.
Note: All latest VLAN functionality is backwards compatible with IP
Phone Releases 1.3 and 1.3.1.
VLAN on the IP phones is disabled by default. When you enable VLAN, the IP
phone provides defaults for all VLAN parameters. If you choose to change these
parameters, you can configure them using the configuration files, the IP Phone UI,
or the Aastra Web UI.
The following sections describe the VLAN features you can configure on the IP
phones.
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Type of Service (ToS), Quality of Service (QoS), and DiffServ QoS
QoS provides service differentiation between IP packets in the network. This
service differentiation is noticeable during periods of network congestion (for
example, in case of contention for resources) and results in different levels of
network performance.
Port 0 is the Ethernet connected to the network. Port 1 is the Ethernet used for
passthrough to a PC (port 1 is not available on 9112i).
Differentiated Service (DiffServ) QoS is class-based where some classes of traffic
receive preferential handling over other traffic classes.
The Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) value is stored in the first six bits
of the ToS field. Each DSCP specifies a particular per-hop behavior that is
applied to a packet.
The following parameters allow an administrator to configure ToS, QoS, and
DiffServ QoS for VLAN:
•
tagging enabled
•
tos priority map
•
priority non-ip
•
VLAN idds
•
VLAN id port 1
•
QoS eth port 1 priority
•
tos sip
•
tos rtp
•
tos rtcp
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ToS is an octet as a field in the standard IP header. It is used to classify the traffic
of the different QoSs.
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Notes:
1. In order for the software to successfully maintain connectivity with a
network using VLAN functionality, the IP phone reboots if you modify
the "tagging enabled" (VLAN enable in the Web UI), "VLAN id", or
"VLAN id port 1" parameters.
2. The "QoS eth port 0 priority" and "QoS eth port smp priority"
parameters were applicable to software release 1.3.1 and earlier. They
have no affect in software Release 1.4 and up.
3. When the Port 0 "VLAN id" and the Port 1 "VLAN id port 1"
parameters have the same value, VLAN functionality is compatible with
earlier IP phone software releases.
DSCP Range/VLAN Priority Mapping
DSCP bits in the ToS field of the IP header are set for RTP, RTCP, and SIP packets
using either the default values or the values configured via the "tos sip", "tos rtp",
and "tos rtcp" parameters.
When the VLAN global configuration parameter, "tagging enabled" is set to 1,
VLAN priority for IP packets is mapped to the DSCP value instead of a single
priority for all packets. An administrator can also configure VLAN priority for
non-IP packets using the "priority non-ip" parameter.
Since the default DSCP settings for SIP, RTP, and RTCP are 24, 32, and 32
respectively, this results in corresponding default VLAN priorities of 3 for SIP, 4
for RTP, and 4 for RTCP (based on the settings in the table “DSCP Range/VLAN
Priority” on page 4-25).
You can change the default parameters by modifying just the DSCP values, just
the VLAN priority values, or by modifying all values.
The following table shows the DSCP range/VLAN piority mapping.
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VLAN Priority
0-7
0
8-15
1
16-23
2
24-31
3
32-39
4
40-47
5
48-55
6
56-63
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DSCP
Range
The following table identifies the default DSCP of protocols.
Protocol
Name
Default DSCP
Values in the
ToS Field
rtp
32
rtcp
32
sip
24
Configuring Type of Service (ToS)/DSCP (optional)
Use the following procedures to configure ToS/DSCP on the IP phone.
Note: ToS/DSCP is enabled by default. The SIP, RTP, and RTCP
parameters show defaults of 24, 32, and 32, respectively. Use the
following procedures to change these settings if required.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Type of Service
(ToS)/DSCP Settings” on page A-17.
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Network.
3
Select Type of Service.
4
Select SIP, RTP, and/or RTCP and enter a value from 0 to 63.
Note: If you change the ToS/DSCP setting for a Protocol, and VLAN is enabled, you will need to map
the applicable priority to the Protocol setting as shown in the table “DSCP Range/VLAN Priority” on
page 4-25 For more information, see the section “Configuring VLAN (optional)” on page 4-28.
5
Press Done to save the changes.
6
Press Done 2 more times to return to the Options List menu.
7
Select Phone Status.
8
Select Restart Phone and press Restart to reboot the phone for the ToS/DSCP settings to take
affect.
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Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Type of Service,DSCP.
2
Choose a Protocol (SIP, RTP, and/or RTCP), and enter a value from 0 to 63.
Note: If you change the ToS/DSCP setting for a Protocol, and VLAN is enabled, you will need to map
the applicable priority to the Protocol setting as shown in the table “DSCP Range/VLAN Priority” on
page 4-28 For more information, see the section “Configuring VLAN (optional)” on page 4-28.
3
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
4
Select Operation->Reset and click
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Configuring VLAN (optional)
Use the following procedures to configure VLAN on the IP phone.
Note: VLAN is disabled by default. When you enable VLAN, the IP
phones use the default settings for each VLAN parameter. You can
change the default settings if required using the following procedure.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Virtual Local
Area Network (VLAN) Settings” on page A-18.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Network.
3
Select VLAN.
To globally enable/disable VLAN and set priority for non-IP packets:
4
Select VLAN Enable, and press Change to set VLAN Enable to Yes (or No to disable)
5
Press Done to save the changes.
6
Select Phone.
7
Select Priority.
8
Select Other and enter a non-IP priority value from 0 to 7 for non-IP packets.
9
Press Done to save the changes.
10
Press Done again to return to the VLAN Phone menu.
To set VLAN ID and priority for Port 0:
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Action
11
Select VLAN ID and enter a value from 1 to 4094 to specify the VLAN ID of Port 0.
12
Press Done to save the change.
13
Select Priority.
14
Select a VLAN Protocol (SIP, RTP, and/or RTCP).
15
Enter a VLAN priority value from 0 to 7 for the associated Protocol.
16
Press Done to save the changes.
17
Press Done again to return to the VLAN Settings menu.
To set VLAN ID and priority for Port 1 (passthrough port):
18
Select Passthrough.
19
Select VLAN ID and enter a value from 1 to 4094 to specify the VLAN ID of Port 1.
20
Press Done to save the change.
21
Select Priority.
22
Select a VLAN priority value from 0 to 7 for Port 1.
23
Press Done to save the change.
24
Press Done 3 more times to return to the Options List main menu.
25
Select Phone Status.
26
Select Restart Phone and press Restart to reboot the phone for the VLAN features to take affect.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN.
To globally enable/disable VLAN and set priority for non-IP packets:
2
Enable VLAN by checking the VLAN Enable field check box. (Disable this field by unchecking the
check box).
3
With VLAN enabled, select the priority (0 to 7) for non-IP packets in the Priority, Non-IP Packet field.
To set VLAN ID and priority for Port 0:
4
For Port 0, enter a VLAN ID value from 1 to 4094 in the VLAN id field.
5
Choose a VLAN Protocol (SIP Priority, RTP Priority, and/or RTCP Priority), and select a priority for
the associated Protocol.
To set VLAN ID and priority for Port 1 (passthrough port):
6
For Port 1, enter a VLAN ID value from 1 to 4094 in the VLAN id field.
7
Select a VLAN priority value from 0 to 7 for Port 1 in the Priority field.
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Click
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to save your changes.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
9
Select Operation->Reset and click
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Network Time Servers
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol that the IP phone uses to synchronize
the phone clock time with a computer (configuration server) in the network.
To use NTP, you must enable it using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
You can specify up to three time servers in your network.
Note: The IP phones support NTP version 1.
Configuring NTP Servers (optional)
Use the following procedure to enable/disable and configure the NTP servers
using the configuration files.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Time Server
Settings” on page A-23.
Use the following procedure to enable/disable the NTP server using the IP Phone
UI.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Time and Date.
3
Select Time Server.
Note: The Timer Server is disabled by default.
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Action
4
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Change to enable the Time Server,
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For 480i/480i CT:
Press Enable to enable the Time Server.
5
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the change.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the change.
Use the following procedure to enable/disable and configure the NTP Servers
using the Aastra Web UI..
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Network->Advanced Network Settings.
2
Enable the "NTP Time Servers" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box).
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Step
Action
3
Enter an IP address or qualified domain name in the "Time Server 1", "Time Server 2", and/or
"Time Server 3" field(s) to specify the location of the NTP time server.
Note: To enable/disable time serving, set the time/date format, and set the time zone, see “Time
Server Settings” on page A-23. These parameters can be set using the configuration files only.
4
Click
to save your changes.
Setting Time/Date on IP Phones
In addition to enabling/disabling the time server, you can also set the time and
date, set the time and date format, set the time zone, and set daylight savings time
on the IP phones. You configure these features using the configuration files, the IP
Phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI. The following table identifies which method of
configuration applies to each feature.
Feature
Method of configuration
Set Time
IP Phone UI
Set Time Format
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Set Date
IP Phone UI
Set Date Format
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Set Time Zone
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Set Daylight Savings Time
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Use the following procedures to set a time and date, time and date format, time
zone, and daylight savings time on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Time and Date
Settings” on page A-25.
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Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
Set Time and Time Format:
2
Select Time and Date.
3
Select Set Time.
4
Using the keys on the keypad, enter a time to set on the IP phone.
5
For 9112i/9133i:
Press * to toggle the “am/pm” option and then press Set.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the time you entered.
6
Select Time Format.
Valid values are 12hr and 24hr.
Note: The default Time Format is 12hr.
7
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Change to change the Time Format to 24hr.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Change to toggle between 24hr and 12hr format.
8
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the Time Format you selected..
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the Time Format you selected.
Set Date and Date Format:
9
Select Set Date.
10
Using the keys on the keypad, enter a date to set on the IP phone.
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Step
Action
11
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the date you entered.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the date you entered.
12
Select Date Format.
13
Select a date format from the list of options.
Valid values are:
• WWW MMM DD
• DD-MMM-YY
• YYYY-MM-DD
• DD/MM/YYYY
• DD/MM/YY
• DD-MM-YY
• MM/DD/YY
• MMM DD
Note: The default Date Format is WWW MMM DD (Day of Week, Month, Day).
14
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the Date Format.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done save the Date Format.
Set Time Zone:
15
Select Time Zone.
16
For 9112i/9133i:
Press * to display a list of Time Zone options.
17
Select a Time Zone from the list of options.
For valid values, see Appendix A, the section, “Time and Date Settings” on page A-25.
Note: The default Time Zone is US-Eastern.
18
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the Time Zone you selected.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done save the Time Zone you selected.
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Action
Set Daylight Savings Time:
19
Select Daylight Savings.
20
Select a Daylight Savings time from the list of options.
Valid values are:
• OFF
• 30 min summertime
• 1 hr summertime
• automatic
Note: The default for Daylight Savings is Automatic.
21
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the Daylight Savings value you selected.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done save the Daylight Savings value you selected.
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Settings
The IP phone uses the information in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) settings
to register at the IP PBX.
The IP phone configuration defines network and user account parameters that
apply globally to all SIP lines. Since not all SIP lines are necessarily hosted using
the same IP-PBX/server or user account, additional sets of per-line parameters
can also be defined for network and user account.
You configure and modify these parameters and associated values using the
configuration files, the IP phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI. The Aastra Web UI
and configuration file methods configure global and per-line SIP settings on the IP
phone. The IP phone UI configures global SIP settings only.
The following tables identify the SIP global and per-line, authentication and
network parameters on the IP phones.
SIP Global Parameters
Configuration File Parameters
Aastra Web UI Parameters
SIP Global Authentication Parameters
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
sip screen name
sip user name
sip display name
sip auth name
sip password
sip bla number
sip mode
sip vmail
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Screen Name
Phone Number
Caller ID
Authentication Name
Password
BLA Number
Line Mode
SIP Global Network Parameters
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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sip proxy ip
sip proxy port
sip backup proxy ip
sip backup proxy port
sip outbound proxy
sip outbound proxy port
sip registrar ip
sip registrar port
sip backup registrar ip
sip backup registrar port
sip registration period
Proxy Server
Proxy Port
Backup Proxy Server
Backup Proxy Port
Outbound Proxy Server
Outbound Proxy Port
Registrar Server
Registrar Port
Backup Registrar Server
Backup Registrar Port
Registration Period
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Aastra Web UI Parameters
SIP Per-Line Authentication Parameters
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
sip lineN screen name
sip lineN user name
sip lineN display name
sip lineN auth name
sip lineN password
sip lineN bla number
sip lineN mode
sip lineN vmail
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Screen Name
Phone Number
Caller ID
Authentication Name
Password
BLA Number
Line Mode
SIP Per-Line Network Parameters
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
sip lineN proxy ip
sip lineN proxy port
sip lineN backup proxy ip
sip lineN backup proxy port
sip lineN outbound proxy
sip lineN outbound proxy port
sip lineN registrar ip
sip lineN registrar port
sip lineN backup registrar ip
sip lineN backup registrar port
sip lineN registration period
Proxy Server
Proxy Port
Backup Proxy Server
Backup Proxy Port
Outbound Proxy Server
Outbound Proxy Port
Registrar Server
Registrar Port
Backup Registrar Server
Backup Registrar Port
Registration Period
Note: The "sip vmail" and "sip lineN vmail" parameters are configurable
using the configuration files only. To configure voicemail see Chapter 5,
the section, “Voicemail (480i/480i CT only)” on page 5-84.
Specific sets of SIP parameters are inter-dependent with each other. To prevent
conflicting parameter values from being applied, per-line values always take
precedence over the corresponding set of global values.
For example, if a parameter value is configured for one of the per-line sets, all
parameters from that set are applied and all parameters from the corresponding
global section are ignored, even if some of the parameters within the global set are
not defined in the per-line set.
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The following example shows the SIP proxy feature and example schema for
storage and parsing of the SIP configuration parameters.
The following SIP configuration is assumed:
# SIP network block
sip proxy ip: 10.30.11.154
sip proxy port: 5060
sip registrar ip: 10.44.122.37
sip registrar port: 4020
sip line3 proxy ip: siparator.vonage.com
sip line3 proxy port: 0
Line3 specifies per-line values for proxy IP address and proxy port, so the phone
uses those parameter values for SIP calls made on that line. However, because
those parameters are part of the SIP network block, the phone does not apply any
of the global SIP network block parameters. So even though the global parameters
configure a SIP registrar, Line3 on the phone ignores all global network block
parameters. Since line3 does not contain a per-line SIP registrar entry, the phone
does not use a registrar for that line.
Note: Global SIP parameters apply to all lines unless overridden by a
per-line configuration.
Per-line settings are configurable for lines 1 through 7
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Backup Proxy/Registrar Support
How it Works
All SIP registration messages are sent to the primary registrar first. If the server is
unavailable, then a new registration request is sent to the backup registrar. This
also applies to registraion renewal messages, which try the primary server before
the backup.
Similarly, any outgoing calls attempt to use the primary proxy first, then the
backup if necessary. In addition, subscriptions for BLF, BLA, and explicit MWI
can also use the backup proxy when the primary fails. Outgoing calls and the
previously mentioned subscriptions behave the same as registrations, where the
primary proxy is tried before the backup.
You can configure the backup SIP proxy on a global or per-line basis via the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
SIP Server (SRV) Lookup
The SIP SRV Lookup feature allows you to configure the IP phone to perform a
DNS server lookup on a SIP proxy, a SIP registrar, or a SIP outbound proxy.
The IP phone performs an SRV lookup when the IP address of the server is FQDN
and the corresponding port is 0.
For example, if the phone is configured with sip proxy ip of "ana.aastra.com",
and sip proxy port of "0", the SRV lookup may return multilple servers, based on
the priorities if one is selected as primary and others are selected as secondary.
However, if the IP address is an FQDN and the corresponding server port is
non-zero, then the phone performs a DNS "A" Name Query to resolve the FQDN
into dot notation form.
If the IP address is a valid dot notation and the port is zero, then a default port
5060 is used.
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The IP phones support a backup SIP proxy and backup SIP registrar feature. If
the primary server is unavailable, the phone automatically swtiches to the backup
server allowing the user's phone to remain in service.
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You can configure SRV lookup using the configuration files (aastra.cfg and
<mac>.cfg) only. The parameters to use are:
•
sip proxy ip
•
sip proxy port
Configuring Basic SIP Settings (optonal)
You can configure SIP settings using the configuration files, the IP Phone UI, or
the Aastra Web UI.
Note: To configure the SIP settings per-line, use the configuration files or
the Aastra Web UI. (The 9112i has only one line available to configure
SIP settings.)
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “SIP Basic,
Global Settings” on page A-35 or “SIP Basic, Per-Line Settings” on page A-43
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Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select SIP Settings.
3
Select Proxy Server (or Proxy IP for 480i/480i CT) and enter an IP address or fully qualified host
name for the SIP proxy server.
4
Select Proxy Port and enter a port for accessing the SIP proxy server.
5
Select Registrar Server (or Registrar IP for 480i/480i CT) and enter an IP address or fully qualified
host name for the SIP registrar server. A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables registration. However, the
phone is still active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the phone.
If the Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1, line 2, etc.), then the
register request is not sent, the "No Service" message does not display, and the message waiting
indicator (MWI) does not come on.
6
Select Registrar Port and enter a port number for accessing the SIP registrar server.
7
Select Register and press Change to set Register to "Yes" (enable) or "No" (disable).
This parameter enables/disables the IP phone to register on the network.
8
Select User Name to enter the user name in the name field of the SIP URI for the IP phone, and for
registering the phone at the registrar.
9
Select Display Name to enter the name used in the display name field of the "From SIP" header
field.
10
Select Screen Name to enter the name that displays on the idle screen.
11
Select Auth Name to enter the authorization name used in the username field of the Authorization
header field of the SIP REGISTER request.
12
Select Password to enter the password used to register the IP phone with the SIP proxy.
13
Press Done to save the changes.
14
Select Phone Status.
15
Select Restart Phone and press Restart to reboot the phone for the VLAN features to take affect.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
For global configuration, click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Basic SIP Settings.
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Or, for per-line configuration, click on Advanced Settings->Line N (1-9).
To configure SIP authentication settings:
2
In the "Screen Name" field, enter the screen name that displays on the idle screen.
3
In the "Phone Number" field, enter the phone number of the IP phone.
4
In the "Caller ID" field, enter the phone number of the IP phone.
5
In the "Authentication Name" field, enter the name used in the username field of the Authorization
header of the SIP REGISTER request.
6
In the "Password" field, enter the password used to register the IP phone with the SIP proxy.
7
In the "BLA Number" field, enter the Bridge Line Appearance (BLA) number to be shared across all
IP phones.
8
In the "Line Mode" field, select "Generic" for normal mode, "BroadSoft SCA" for a BroadWorks
network, or "Nortel" for a Nortel network.
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Step
Action
To configure SIP network settings:
9
In the "Proxy Server" field, enter an IP address or fully qualified host name of the SIP proxy server.
10
In the "Proxy Port" field, enter a port number for accessing the SIP proxy server.
11
In the "Backup Proxy Server" field, enter an IP address or fully qualified host name for the backup
proxy server.
12
In the "Backup Proxy Port" field, enter a port number for accessing the backup proxy server.
13
In the "Outbound Proxy Server" field, enter the SIP outbound proxy server IP address or fully
qualified domain name. This parameter allows all SIP messages originating from a line on the IP
phone, to be sent to an outbound proxy server.
Note: If you configure an outbound proxy and registrar for a specific line, and you also configure a
global outbound proxy and registrar, the IP phone uses the global configuration for all lines except
line 1. Line 1 uses the outbound proxy and registrar that you configured for that line.
14
In the "Outbound Proxy Port" field, enter the port on the IP phone that allows SIP messages to be
sent to the outbound proxy server.
15
In the "Registrar Server" field, enter an IP address or fully qualified host name for the SIP registrar
server. A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables registration. However, the phone is still active and you can
dial using [email protected] address of the phone.
If the Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1, line 2, etc.), then the
register request is not sent, the "No Service" message does not display, and the message waiting
indicator (MWI) does not come on.
16
In the "Registrar Port" field, enter the port number associated with the Registrar.
17
In the "Backup Registrar Server" field, enter an IP address or fully qualified host name for the
backup registrar server. A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables registration. However, the phone is still
active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the phone.
If the Backup Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1, line 2, etc.), then
the register request is not sent, the "No Service" message does not display, and the message waiting
indicator (MWI) does not come on.
18
In the "Backup Registrar Port" field, enter the port number associated with the backup registrar.
19
In the "Registration Period" field, enter the requested registration period, in seconds, from the
registrar.
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Configuration File Parameters
Aastra Web UI Parameters
sip explicit mwi subscription
sip explicit mwi subscription period
sip send mac (see Chapter 6)
sip send line (see Chapter 6)
sip session timer
sip T1 timer
sip T2 timer
sip transaction timer
sip transport protocol
sip registration retry timer
sip registration timeout retry timer
sip registration renewal timer
sip blf subscription period (see Chapter 5)
Explicit MWI Subscription
Explicit MWI Subscription Period
Send MAC Address in REGISTER Message (see Chapter 6)
Send Line Number in REGISTER Message (see Chapter 6)
Session Timer
T1 Timer
T2 Timer
Transaction Timer
Transport Protocol
Registration Failed Retry Timer
Registration Timeout Retry Timer
Registration Renewal Timer
BLF Subscription Period (see Chapter 5)
Note: You configure advanced SIP settings on a global basis only.
Refer to Appendix A,“Advanced SIP Settings” on page A-53 for a description of
each of the above parameters.
Use the following procedures to configure the advanced SIP settings on the IP
phone.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Advanced SIP
Settings” on page A-53.
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Using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI, you can set more advanced
SIP settings on the IP phone such as:
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.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Advanced SIP Settings.
2
Enable the "Explicit MWI Subscription" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the check box).
If the IP phone has a message waiting subscription with the Service Provider, a Message Waiting
Indicator (MWI) (LED or display icon) tells the user there is a message on the IP Phone.
3
If you enable the “Explicit MWI Subscription” field, then in the “Explicit MWI Subscription Period”
field, enter the requested duration, in seconds, before the MWI subscription times out. The phone
re-subscribes to MWI before the subscription period ends. Default is 86400.
4
In the "Session Timer" field, enter the time, in seconds, that the IP phone uses to send periodic
re-INVITE requests to keep a session alive. The proxy uses these re-INVITE requests to maintain the
status' of the connected sessions. See RFC4028 for details.
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Step
Action
5
In the "Timer 1 and Timer 2" fields, enter a time, in milliseconds, that will apply to an IP phone
session. These timers are SIP transaction layer timers defined in RFC 3261.
Timer 1 is an estimate of the round-trip time (RTT). Default is 500 msec.
Timer 2 represents the amount of time a non-INVITE server transaction takes to respond to a
request. Default is 4 seconds.
6
In the "Transaction Timer" field, enter the amount of time, in milliseconds, that the phone allows the
callserver (registrar/proxy) to respond to SIP messages that it sends.
Valid values are 4000 to 64000. Default is 4000.
Note: If the phone does not receive a response in the amount of time designated for this parameter,
the phone assumes the message has timed out.
7
In the "Transport Protocol" field, select a transport protocol to use when sending SIP Real-time
Transport Protocol (RTP) packets. Valid values are User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Transmission
Control Protocol (TCP), or both.
8
In the " Registration Failed Retry Timer" field, enter the amount of time, in seconds, that the phone
waits between registration attempts when a registration is rejected by the registrar.
Valid values are 30 to 1800. Default is 1800.
9
In the " Registration Timeout Retry Timer" field, enter the amount of time, in seconds, that the
phone waits until it re-attempts to register after a REGISTER message times out.
Valid values are 30 to 214748364. Default is 120.
10
In the " Registration Renewal Timer" field, enter the length of time, in seconds, prior to expiration,
that the phone renews registrations.
For example, if the value is set to 20, then 20 seconds before the registration is due to expire, a new
REGISTER message is sent to the registrar to renew the registration.
Valid values are 0 to 214748364. Default is 15.
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Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Settings
Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) is used as the bearer path for voice packets
sent over the IP network. Information in the RTP header tells the receiver how to
reconstruct the data and describes how the bit streams are packetized (i.e. which
codec is in use). Real-time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP) allows endpoints
to monitor packet delivery, detect and compensate for any packet loss in the
network. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and H.323 both use RTP and RTCP for
the media stream, with User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as the transport layer
encapsulation protocol.
Note: If RFC2833 relay of DTMF tones is configured, it is sent on the
same port as the RTP voice packets.
RTP Port
RTP is described in RFC1889. The UDP port used for RTP streams is traditionally
an even-numbered port, and the RTCP control is on the next port up. A phone call
therefore uses one pair of ports for each media stream.
On the Aastra IP phone, the initial port used as the starting point for RTP/RTCP
port allocation can be configured using "RTP Port Base". The default RTP base
port on the IP phones is 3000.
For example, if the RTP base port value is 5000, the first voice patch sends RTP
on port 5000 and RTCP on port 5001. Additional calls would then use ports 5002,
5003, etc.
You can configure the RTP port on a global-basis only, using the configuration
files, the IP Phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI.
Basic Codecs
CODEC is an acronym for COmpress-DECompress. It consists of a set of
instructions that together implement one or more algorithms. In the case of IP
telephony, these algorithms are used to compress the sampled speech data, to
decrease the content's file size and bit-rate (the amount of network bandwidth in
kilobits per second) required to transfer the audio. With smaller file sizes and
lower bit rates, the network equipment can store and stream digital media content
over a network more easily.
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Waveform CODECs: G.711 pulse code modulation (PCM) with a-Law or
u-Law companding
•
Parametric CODEC: G.729a conjugate structure - algebraic code excited
linear prediction (CS_ACELP).
All Codecs have a sampling rate of 8,000 samples per second, and operate and
operate in the 300 Hz to 3,700 Hz audio range. The following table lists the
default settings for bit rate, algorithm, packetization time, and silence suppression
for each Codec, based on a minimum packet size.
Default Codec Settings.
Bit Rate
Algorithm
Packetizatio
n Time
Silence
Suppression
G.711 a-law
64 Kb/s
PCM
30 ms
enabled
G.711 u-law
64 Kb/s
PCM
30 ms
enabled
G.729a
8
Kb/s
CS-ACELP
30 ms
enabled
CODEC
You can enable the IP phones to use a default "basic codec" set, which consists of
the set of codecs and packet sizes shown above.
Or you can instead configure a custom set of codecs and attributes instead of using
the defaults.
Note: The basic and custom codec paramters apply to all calls, and are
configured on a global-basis only using the configuration files or the
Aastra Web UI.
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Aastra IP phones support the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
transmission standards for the following CODECs:
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Customized Codec Preference List
You can also configure the IP phones to use preferred Codecs. To do this, you
must enter the payload value (payload), the packetization time in milliseconds
(ptime), and enable or disable silence suppression (silsupp).
Payload is the codec type to be used. This represents the data format carried
within the RTP packets to the end user at the destination. You can enter payload
values for G.711 a-law, G.711 u-law, and G.729a.
Ptime (packetization time) is a measurment of the duration of PCM data within
each RTP packet sent to the destination, and hence defines how much network
bandwidth is used for transfer of the the RTP stream. You enter the ptime values
for the customized Codec list in milliseconds. (See table below).
Silsupp is used to enable or disable silence suppression. Voice Activity Detection
(VAD) on the IP phones is used to determine whether each individual packet
contains useful speech data. Enabling silsupp results in decreased network
bandwidth, by avoiding sending RTP packets for any frame where no voice
energy was detected by the VAD.
You must enter the values for this feature in list form as shown in the following
example:
payload=8;ptime=10;silsupp=on; payload=0;ptime=10;silsupp=off
The valid values for creating a Codec preference list are as follows.
Customized Codec Settings
Attribute
Value
payload
0 for G.711 u-Law
8 for G.711 a-Law
18 for G.729a
ptime (in milliseconds)
5, 10, 15, 20.......90
silsupp
on
off
You can specify a customized Codec preference list on a global-basis using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
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Out-of-Band DTMF
In out-of-band mode, the DTMF audio is automatically clamped (muted) and
DTMF digits are not sent in the RTP packets.
You can configure out-of-band DTMF on a global-basis using the configuration
files or the Aastra Web UI.
DTMF Method
A feature on the IP phone allows you to select the DTMF method that the phone
uses to send DTMF digits from the IP phone via INFO messages. You can set the
DTMF method as Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), SIP info, or both.
You can configure the DTMF method on a global or per-line basis using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Silence Suppression
In IP telephony, silence on a line (lack of voice) uses up bandwidth when sending
voice over a packet-switched system. Silence suppression is encoding that starts
and stops the times of silence in order to eliminate that wasted bandwidth.
Silence suppression is enabled by default on the IP phones. The phone negotiates
whether or not to use silence suppression. Disabling this feature forces the phone
to ignore any negotiated value.
You can configure this parameter via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
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The IP phones support out-of-band Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) mode
according to RFC2833. In the Aastra Web UI, you can enable or disable this
feature as required. The "out-of-band DTMF" is enabled by default.
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Configuring RTP Features
Use the following procedures to configure RTP, basic Codecs, customized
Codecs, DTMF, and silence suppression on the IP phone.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the sections:
• “RTP, Codec, DTMF Global Settings” on page A-58
• “DTMF Per-Line Settings” on page A-60
• “Silence Suppression Settings” on page A-61.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select SIP Settings.
3
Select RTP Port Base to change the RTP port base setting. Default is 3000.
4
Press Done to save the RTP Port Base setting.
5
Select Phone Status.
6
Select Restart Phone and press Restart to restart the IP phone.
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Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings.
2
Enter an RTP Port Base in the RTP Port field. Default is 3000.
3
Enable the "Basic Codecs (G.711 u-Law, G.711 a-Law, G.729)" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box). Enabling this parameter allows the IP phone to use the
basic Codecs when sending/receiving RTP packets.
4
Enable the "Force RFC2833 Out-of-Band DTMF" field by checking the check box. (Disable this field
by unchecking the box). Enabling this parameter forces the IP phone to use out-of-band DTMF
according to RFC2833.
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Step
Action
5
Enter a "Customized Codec Preference List" which all
payload=8;ptime=10;
silsupp=on;
payload=0;ptime=10;
silsupp=off
Valid values are:
Attribute
6
Value
payload
0 for G.711 u-Law
8 for G.711 a-Law
18 for G.729a
ptime (in milliseconds)
5, 10, 15, 20.....90
silsupp
on
off
ISelect a method to use from the DTMF Method list box. Valid values are RTP, SIP Info, Both.
Note: You can also configure the DTMF Method on a per-line basis at Advanced Settings->
Line N (1-9).
7
Silence suppression is enabled by default. If required, disable the "Silence Suppression" field by
unchecking the check box.
8
Click
9
Select Operation->Reset and click
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Introduction
The IP phones have specific operational features you can configure to customize
your IP phone. This chapter describes each feature and provides procedures for
configuring your phone to use these features.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Operational Features
page 5-3
User Passwords
page 5-6
Administrator Passwords
page 5-8
Hard Keys
page 5-9
Softkeys/Programmable Keys
page 5-12
Suppressing DTMF Playback
page 5-24
Busy Lamp Field (BLF) (480i/480i CT/9133i only)
page 5-26
Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception) (480i/480i CT/9133i)
page 5-32
BLF Subscription Period (480i/480i CT/9133i)
page 5-35
Do Not Disturb (DND)
page 5-37
Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/480i CT/9133i only)
page 5-39
Park Calls/Pick Up Parked Calls
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Topic
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Last Call Return (lcr) (Sylantro Servers only)
page 5-58
Call Forwarding
page 5-63
Callers List
page 5-70
Missed Calls Indicator
page 5-74
Directory List
page 5-76
Voicemail (480i/480i CT only)
page 5-84
XML Customized Services
page 5-87
SIP Local Dial Plan
page 5-107
Incoming/Outgoing Intercom with Auto-Answer (Intercom applicable to
480i/480i CT only)
page 5-112
Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustments
page 5-116
Ring Tones and Tone Sets
page 5-118
Priority Alerting
page 5-124
Stuttered Dial Tone
page 5-131
Call Waiting Tone
page 5-133
Language
page 5-135
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The IP phone has the following operational features:
Feature
Description
User Passwords
Allows you to change user passwords on the IP phone.
Administrator Passwords
Allows you to change the administrator passwords on the IP
phone (via configuration files only)
Hard Keys
Allows you enable or disable the use of the Redial,
Conference (Conf), and Transfer (Xfer) hard keys on the IP
phone. Also allows you to se the Redial and Conf keys as
speeddials.
Softkeys/Programmable Keys
Allows you to configure softkeys (480i/480i CT) or
programmable keys (9112i/9133i) with specific settings such
as speeddial, do not disturb, or BLF.
Suppressing DTMF Playback
Allows you to enable or disable the suppression of DTMF
playback when a softkey or programmable key is pressed to
dial a number.
Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
(480i/480i CT/9133i only)
Softkey setting that allows extensions to be monitored for state
changes.
Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call
Interception) (480i/480i CT/9133i)
Allows you to enable or disable the use of the Directed Call
Pickup feature.
BLF Subscription Period (480i/480i CT/
9133i)
Allows you to set the time period that the phone resubscribes
the BLF subscription service after a software/firmware
upgrade or after a reboot of the IP phone.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Key setting that allows you to set the phone to "do not
disturb".
Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/
480i CT/9133i only)
Allows you to assign a phone number to lines that are shared
across all phones (global configuration) or shared on a per-line
basis (per-line configuration)
Park Calls/Pick Up Parked Calls
Allows you to configure the parking of a live call to a specific
extension. You can then pick up the parked call using the call
pickup feature.
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Feature
Description
Last Call Return (lcr)
(Sylantro Servers only)
Allows you to configure a "last call return" function on a softkey
or programmable key. This feature is for Sylantro servers only.
Call Forwarding
Allows incoming calls on the IP phone to be forwarded to
another destination. You can also enable or disable the ability
to configure the Call Forward feature.
Callers List
Displays a list of callers that have called the IP phone. You can
also enable or disable the Caller List feature.
Missed Calls Indicator
Displays the number of missed calls on the IP phone. You can
also enable or disable the Missed Calls Indicator feature.
Directory List
Displays a list of names and phone numbers in a directory
listing. You can add to this list and edit existing entries. You
can also enable or disable the Directory List feature.
Voicemail (480i/480i CT only)
Allows the IP phone to forward incoming calls to a voicemail
service.
XML Customized Services
Allows you to customize the IP phone UI using XML
applications.
SIP Local Dial Plan
Allows the IP phone to use a specific dial plan and dial plan
terminator settings. Also allows you to set an idle display
name.
Incoming/Outgoing Intercom with
Auto-Answer
(Intercom applicable to 480i/480i CT
only)
Allows you to press the Icom button and enter the number you
want to call to initiate an Intercom call. The call can be
controlled either locally (phone-side) or by the SIP server
(server-side). You can also enable/disable auto-answer and
mute/unmute the microphone.
Audio Transmit and Receive Gain
Adjustments
Allows you to adjust the default audio transmit and receive
gain settings for the handset, headset, and speakerphone.
Ring Tones and Tone Sets
Allows you to set the type of ring tone and ring tone set to use
on the IP phone. Ring tones can be configured on a global or
per-line basis. Ring tone sets are configurable on a
global-basis only.
Priority Alerting
Allows you to enable or disable priority alert settings. Priority
alerting allows incoming calls to trigger pre-defined ringing or
call waiting alert tones. Also allows you to set Sylantro-only
settings for priority alerting.
Stuttered Dial Tone
Allows you to enable or disable the playing of a stuttered dial
tone when there is a message waiting on the IP phone.
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Call Waiting Tone
Allows you to enable or disable the playing of a call waiting
tone when a caller is on an active call and a new call comes
into the phone.
Language
Allows you to set the language to display on the IP phone UI.
For the 480i/9133i/9112i, valid languages are English (default),
French, Spanish, German, and Italian. For the 480i CT, valid
languages are English (default), French, and Spanish.
The following paragraphs describe each of these features.
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User Passwords
A user or an administrator can change the user passwords on the phone using the
configuration files, the IP phone UI, or the Aastra Web UI. Use the following
procedures to change the user password.
Procedures
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Password
Settings” on page A-8.
IP Phone UI
1
Press won the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select User Password.
3
Enter the current user password.
4
Enter the current user password.
5
Enter the new user password.
6
Re-enter the new user password.
7
Press Enter to save the new password.
A message,"Password Changed" displays on the screen
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1
Click on Operation->User Password.
2
In the "Current Password" field, enter the current user password.
3
In the "New Password" field, enter the new user password.
4
In the "Confirm Password" field, enter the new user password again.
5
Click
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Administrator Passwords
An administrator can change the administrator passwords on the phone using the
configuration files only.
An administrator can also assign a password for using the Options key on the IP
phone. You turn this feature on and off by entering the "options password
enabled" parameter followed by a valid value in the configuration files. Valid
values are 0 (false; Options key not password protected), or 1 (true; Options key
password protected). If this parameter is set to 1, a user has to enter a password at
the IP phone UI. If the password is entered correctly, the user is allowed to gain
access to the Options Menu and no more password prompts display for other
password protected screens. If the user fails to enter the correct password in three
attempts, access to the Options Mneu is denied and the IP phoen returns to the idle
screen.
Procedure
Use the following procedure to change the administrator password.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, seeAppendix A, the section, “Password
Settings” on page A-8.
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Hard Keys
Enabling/Disabling Redial, Xfer, and Conf Keys
You can enable or disable the Redial, Xfer, and Conf hard keys as required using
the following parameters in the configuration files:
•
redial disabled
•
conference disabled
•
call transfer disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (enabled) and 1 (disabled).
If this parameter is set to 1, the key is not active and is ignored if pressed by the
user. For "redial disabled" the value of 1 does not save the dialed number to the
"Redial List".
If this parameter is set to 0, the key is active and can be pressed by the user.
This feature is configurable via the configuration files only.
Use the following procedure to enable/disable the Redial, Xfer, and Conf keys.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Hard Key
Parameters” on page A-90..
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There are hard keys on your phone, such as Hold, Redial, Xfer, Icom and Conf
(Hold and Icom not available on the 9112i and 9133i) that are configured for
specific call-handling features. (See the product-specific User Guide for more
information about the hard key functions).
Setting Redial and Conf Keys as Speedials
You can set the Redial and Conf hard keys on the IP phone to use as speeddial
keys. When the Redial or Conf key is pressed, the number configured for the key
automatically speed dials. If no number is configured, the Redial and Conf keys
return to their original functionality.
You can configure this feature using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Note: If you configure the Redial and Conf keys for speeddialing on the
480i CT Base Station, the Redial and Conf keys on the 480i CT handset
retain their original functionality. The Redial and Conf keys on the
handset are not configured for speeddial.
Using Redial Key for “Last Number Redial”
The IP phones have an enhanced redial user interface that allows a user to
quickly redial the last number that was dialed out from the phone. You can:
•
Press the REDIAL button twice to redial the last number dialed.
•
Press the REDIAL button once, scroll the list of numbers, then press the
REDIAL button again to dial the number that displays on the screen.
This feature is static and is not configurable.
Use the following procedures to set the Redial and Conf keys as speeddial keys.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Hard Key
Parameters” on page A-90..
Operational Features
Operational Features
Operational Features
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences.
2
In the Key Mapping section, enter a number in the "Map Redial Key To" field, that the IP phone will
use to speedial when the Redial key is pressed.
3
Enter a number in the "Map Conf Key To" field, that the IP phone will use to speedial when the Conf
Key is pressed.
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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You can configure the softkeys (480i/480i CT) and programmable keys
(9112i/9133i) to perform specific functions on the IP phones.
Note: When entering definitions for softkeys, the “#” sign must be
enclosed in quotes.
Available configuration options include:
•
none - Indicates softkey or programmable key is disabled (option for Web UI
only).
•
line (480i, 480i CT, 9133i) - Indicates softkey or programmable key is
configured for line use.
•
speeddial - Indicates softkey or programmable key is configured for
speeddial use.
•
do not disturb (dnd) - Indicates programmable key is configured for "do not
disturb" use. (For more information on DND, see the section Do Not Disturb
(DND) on page 5-37.)
•
BLF (480i/480i CT/9133i) - Indicates softkey or programmable key is
configured for Busy Lamp Field (BLF) use. A user can dial out on a BLF
configured softkey. (For more information on BLF, see the sectionn Bridged
Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/480i CT/9133i only) on page 5-39.)
•
BLF\List - (480i/480i CT/9133i) - Indicates softkey is configured for BLF
list use. A user can dial out on a BLF\List configured softkey. (For more
information on BLF List, see the section Bridged Line Appearance (BLA)
(480i/480i CT/9133i only) on page 5-39.)
•
XML - Indicates the programmable key is configured to accept an XML
application for accessing customized XML services.You can also use this
option to configure an XML URI softkey. (For more information on XML,
see the section XML Customized Services on page 5-87.)
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flash - Indicates the softkey is set to generate a flash event when it is pressed
on the 480i and 480i CT, when a programmable key is pressed on the 9112i
and 9133i, or a feature key is pressed on the 480i CT handset. The IP phone
generates flash events only when a call is connected and there is an active
RTP stream (for example, when the call is not on hold).
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spre - Indicates the softkey or programmable key is set to automatically
activate specific services offered by the server. For example, if the spre value
of *82 is configured, then by pressing the softkey, *82 automatically activates
a service provided by the server. The value you enter for this field is
dependent on the services provided by the server.
•
park- Indicates the softkey is set to be used as a park key to park an incoming
call. (For more information on park, see the section Park Calls/Pick Up
Parked Calls on page 5-45.)
•
pickup - Indicates the softkey is set to be used as a pickup key to pick up a
parked call. (For more information on pickup, see the section Park Calls/Pick
Up Parked Calls on page 5-45.)
•
lcr - Indicates the softkey is set to be used as a “last call return” key.
(For more information on lcr, see the section Last Call Return (lcr) (Sylantro
Servers only) on page 5-58.)
•
empty (480i, 480i CT) - Indicates the softkey is configured to force a blank
entry on the IP phone display for a specific softkey. The soft keys are added
in order (from softkey1 to softkey20) after any hard-coded keys have been
added. If a particular soft key is not defined, it is ignored.
State-Based Softkeys (480i/480i CT only)
Users and administrators can configure a specific state to display when a softkey
is being used. Available states you can configure for each softkey include:
•
idle - The phone is not being used.
•
connected - The line currently being displayed is in an active call (or the call
is on hold)
•
incoming - The phone is ringing.
•
outgoing - The user is dialing a number, or the far-end is ringing.
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By default, the softkeys display in the states of idle, connected, incoming, and
outgoing. All states are enabled.
Notes:
1. For softkey types Line, DND, speeddial, BLF, BLF List, XML, lcr,
empty, applicable states are “idle, connected, incoming, outgoing”.
2.
For softkey type Flash, applicable states are <blank>.
3.
For softkey type, Spre, applicable state is “connected”.
3.
For softkey type Park, applicable state is “connected”.
4.
For softkey type Pickup, applicable states are “idle, outgoing”.
You can enable or disable the softkey states using the configuration files or the
Aastra Web UI.
In the Aastra Web UI, the operational states for each softkey display enabled. To
disable a state, you uncheck the box for that operational state.
In the configuration files, you use the following parameters to enable and disable
operational states:
•
softkeyN states
You can enter multiple values (idle, connected, incoming, outgoing) for the
"softkeyN state" parameter. For example:
softkeyN states: idle connected
You must associate the softkeyN state parameter with a specific softkey. In the
following example, the softkeyN states parameter is associated with softkey 12:
softkey12
softkey12
softkey12
softkey12
type: speeddial
label: voicemail
value *89
states: outgoing
Note: The IP phone idle screen condenses the softkeys. So in the
previous example, softkey 12 will appear in position 1 if no other
softkeys are set. A softkey type of "empty" does not display on the idle
screen at all. (For more information about the softkey type of "empty"
see Appendix A, the section, “Softkey Settings for 480i and 480i CT” on
page A-94.
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softkey1
softkey1
softkey3
softkey3
softkey4
softkey5
softkey5
softkey6
softkey6
type: line
states: idle connected
type: dnd
states: idle
type: line
type: empty
states: connected
type: speeddial
states: connected
The following table shows how the keys in the example above would display on
the IP Phone UI.
Note: The "empty" key type allows a softkey to be removed quickly by
deleting the softkey information from the configuration file.
Softkey
Idle
Connected
Notes
softkey1
Key 1
Key 2
Line displays for softkey1.
Key 1 in connected state is the Drop key. Idle
and connected display as applicable.
softkey2
(not used)
(not used)
Softkey2 is not displayed.
softkey3
Key 2
(not used)
DND displays for softkey3. Idle displays as
applicable.
softkey4
Key 3
Key 3
Line displays for softkey4. Default state
values (idle, connected, incoming, outgoing)
display as applicable.
softkey5
(not used)
Key 4 (blank)
A blank displays for softkey5. Connected
displays as applicable.
softkey6
(not used)
Key 5
Speeddial displays for softkey6. Connected
displays as applicable.
Softkeys and programmable keys are configurable using the Aastra Web UI or the
configuration files.
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The following example illustrates the use of the "softkeyN states" parameter, and
the "softkeyN type" parameter with a value of empty. For clarity purposes, only
the "softkeyN type" and "softkeyNstates" parameters are shown.
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The following table provides the number of softkeys and programmable keys you
can configure, and the number of lines available for each type of phone.
IP Phone
Model
Softkeys
Available
Programmable
Keys Available
Lines
Available
Handset
Keys
Available
480i
20
-
9
-
480i CT
20
-
9
15
9112i
-
2
1
-
9133i
-
7
9
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Configuring Softkeys and Programmable Keys
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section,
“Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
Aastra Web UI
1
For the 480i/480i CT:
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
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Use the following procedures to configure the softkeys and programmable keys
on the IP phone.
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For the 9112i/9133i:
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
9112i Screen
Note: Only two programmable keys are available on the 9112i.
9133i Screen
2
In the "Type" field, select the type of softkey or programmable key you want to configure.
Reference: For available type values on each IP phone model, see Appendix A, the section,
“Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
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For the 480i/480i CT, in the "Label" field, enter a label for the softkey.
4
In the "Value" field, enter a value to associate with the softkey or programmable key. For example, for
a speeddial value, you can enter *1.
5
For the 480i/480i CT and 9133i, in the "Line" field, select the line for which you want to associate the
softkey or programmable key.
6
For the 480i/480i CT, all operational states are enabled by default. The operational states display to
the IP phone when a softkey is used. To disable an operational state, click the "Idle", "Connected",
"Incoming", or "Outgoing" fields to uncheck the box.
7
Click
8
Click on Operation->Reset.
9
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to save your changes.
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480i Cordless (CT) Feature Keys
In addition to the softkeys on the 480i CT, this phone also has handset keys you
can configure with specific features. You can use the Aastra Web UI to configure
the handset keys.
Note: You configure the handset keys using the Aastra Web UI
(Operation->Handset Keys) or by pressing the "F" button on the
handset.
You can program up to 15 feature keys on the 480i CT handset with specific
functions using the Aastra Web UI.
The following table identifies the functions available for all 15 handset keys and
the default functions for each key.
Key Function
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Icom
Dir
Callers
Xfer
Conf
Public
None
Line 5
Line 6
Line 7
Line 8
Line 9
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Description
Line 1 key - Selects line one
Line 2 key - Selects line two
Line 3 key - Selects line three
Line 4 key - Selects line four
Intercom key – Enter handset list to select handset to call
Directory key – Activate directory feature
Callers key – Activate callers feature
Transfer key - Activate transfer feature
Conference key - Activate conference feature
Public key – Toggle between public & private call mode
No function is selected – this key is empty, no label.
Line 5 key (if available) - Selects line five.
Line 6 key (if available) - Selects line six.
Line 7key (if available) - Selects line seven.
Line 8 key (if available) - Selects line eight
Line 9 key (if available) - Selects line nine
Default for:
Handset Key 1
Handset Key 2
Handset Key 3
Handset Key 4
Handset Key 5
Handset Key 6
Handset Key 7
Handset Key 8
Handset Key 9
Handset Key 10
Handset Key 11 and 12
Handset Key 13
Handset Key 14
Handset Key 15
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Feature Key Programming Guidelines
•
All handsets paired with the same Base Station have the same programmed
functions since the web interface applies the functions to all the handsets
paired with that base.
•
A newly registered handset or handset that was out-of-range during the
programming needs to perform an "off-hook and on-hook" sequence in order
for the newly programmed function to be broadcasted to the affected
handsets. Simply press the v key from the idle state to go off-hook. Then,
press the y key to go back on-hook.
•
Duplicate functions can exist in the feature key as there is no filtering or
duplicate checking done on the handset or the base.
•
If no line keys are programmed for the feature key, the handset is restricted to
intercom calls only.
•
If all 12 programmable functions have been programmed to "None", the user
is presented with a List empty message when the feature key is pressed.
List empty
Use web page to
configure
•
For security reasons, the user has 180 seconds (3 minutes) to complete the
programming. Otherwise, the phone displays the following error:
** Error **: Session expired, Please reload page.
•
For security reasons, the user must submit the page from the same browser
that was used to load the page. If the user tries to submit the page from any
other IP address, the following error displays:
** Error ** Session invalid. Different Client IP Addresses. —
Please reload page
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The following are guidelines to use when programming the feature keys on the
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Programming Feature Keys
You can program up to 15 feature keys on the 480i CT IP phone using the Aastra
Web UI. Use the following procedure to program the feature keys on your 480i
CT Base Station and all paired handsets.
Aastra Web UI
1
Open your web browser and enter the phone’s IP address or host name into the address field.
2
At the prompt, enter your username and password and click
.
Note: For a user, the default user name is “user” and the password field is left blank.
3
Click on Operation->Handset Keys.
4
Select the handset key you want to program.
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Select the function for that handset key from the "Key Function" field.
6
Click
to save the function you selected to the handset key.
The key programming information is sent to the 480i Base Station and to all the cordless handsets
associated with that Base Station. Any key programmed to "None" does not appear in the handset’s
list.
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Suppressing DTMF Playback
A feature on the IP phones allows users and administrators to enable or disable the
suppression of DTMF playback when a number is dialed from the softkeys and
programmable keys.
When suppression of DTMF playback is disabled, and you press a softkey or
programmable key, the IP phone dials the stored number and displays each digit
as dialed in the LCD window.
When the suppression of DTMF playback is enabled, the IP phone dials the stored
number and displays the entire number immediately in the LCD window, allowing
the call to be dialed much faster.
DTMF playback suppression is disabled by default. Suppressing DTMF playback
can be configured using the Aastra Web UI and the configuration files.
Configuring Suppression of DTMF Playback
Use the following procedures to configure the suppression of DTMF playback on
the IP phone.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Suppress DTMF
Playback Settings” on page A-81.
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1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->General.
2
Enable the "Suppress DTMF Playback" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box). Default is disabled.
3
Click
to save your settings.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
4
Click on Operation->Reset.
5
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Busy Lamp Field (BLF) (480i/480i CT/9133i only)
The BLF feature on the IP phones allows a specific extension to be monitored for
state changes. BLF monitors the status (busy or idle) of extensions on the IP
phone.
Note: The BLF setting is applicable to the Asterisk server only.
Example
A Supervisor configures BLFs on his phone for monitoring the status of a
worker’s phone use (busy or idle). When the worker picks up his phone to make a
call, a busy indicator on the Supervisor’s phone shows that the worker’s phone is
in use and busy.
BLF Setting (For use with Asterisk)
On the 480i and 480i CT, the busy and idle indicators show on the IP phone screen
display next to the softkey programmed for BLF functionality. When the
monitored user is idle, an icon with the handset on-hook shows next to the BLF
softkey. When the monitored user is on an active call, a small telephone icon is
shown with the handset off-hook.
On the 9133i, the LED lights next to each BLF programmable key illuminate
steady to indicate the monitored line is off-hook or unregistered. The LED goes
off when the line is idle.
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BLF\List Setting
The BLF\List feature on the IP phones is specifically designed to support the
BroadSoft Broadworks Rel 13 Busy Lamp Field feature. This feature allows the
IP phone to subscribe to a list of monitored users defined through the BroadWorks
web portal.
In addition to monitoring the idle and busy state, the BLF\List feature also
supports the ringing state. When the monitored user is idle, there is a small
telephone icon shown with the handset on-hook. When the monitored user is in
ringing state, there is a small bell icon shown. When the monitored user is on an
active call then a small telephone icon is shown with the handset off-hook.
On the 9133i phone, the LED lights next to each BLF programmable key
illuminate steady to indicate the monitored line is off-hook or unregistered. The
LED goes off when the is idle. When the monitored extension is ringing, the LED
flashes.
The Broadworks BLF feature is not the same as the Broadworks Shared Call
Appearance (SCA) feature and does not permit call control over the monitored
extension.
Example
A receptionist has a 480i running Broadsoft firmware that subscribes to a list of
extensions from the BroadWorks Application Server. Each monitored extension
in the list shows up individually on the 480i screen next to a softkey button. The
softkey icons on the screen change depending on the state of the extensions.
On the 9133i running Broadsoft firmware, the programmable key LEDs
illuminate either flashing, solid, or turn off depending on the state of those
extensions.
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Asterisk BLF Configuration
You can enable the BLF feature on Asterisk to enable monitoring for specific
extensions. BLF on Asterisk is possible through the “hint” extension parameter.
Add the following in the Asterisk extensions.conf file for each target extension
being monitored.
For example:
exten -> 9995551212,hint,SIP/9995551212
Add the following in the Asterisk sip.conf file for each subscriber if it is not
defined already.
For example:
[9995551212]
Subscribecontext=sip
BroadSoft BLF Configuration
You can enable the BLF feature on BroadSoft BroadWorks Rel 13 or higher
through the BroadWorks Web Portal. Each user must have the Busy Lamp Field
service enabled for their user. The user must add each desired extension to the
“Monitored Users List” on the Busy Lamp Field service page and also enter in a
list name for the monitored users BLF list on the same page.
Changes to the “Monitored Users List” are dynamic and the Aastra IP phones are
automatically updated without requiring a restart.
Reference
For sample BLF configurations, see Appendix E, “Sample BLF Softkey Settings.”
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Configuring BLFs
Configuration Files
To set BLF or BLF\List in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Softkey/Programmable Key
Parameters” on page A-93.
Aastra Web UI
1
On the 480i/480iCT:
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
Note: You can configure up to 20 softkeys on the 480i/480i CT.
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Use the following procedures to configure BLF and BLF\List on the IP phone.
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On the 9133i:
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
Note: You can configure up to 7 programmable keys on the 9133i.
2
Select a softkey or programmable key to configure.
3
For the 480i, 480i CT, or 9133i, in the "Type" field, select "BLF" (Asterisk) or "BLF\List" (BroadSoft
BroadWorks).
4
For the 480i/480i CT, in the "Label" field, enter the name of the person who’s extension you are
monitoring (Asterisk only).
Note: If BLF\List type is selected, no label value is required. The BroadWorks BLF List name is
configured in the "BLF List URI" field instead.
5
In the "Value" field, enter a value to associate with the softkey or programmable key.
For example, for BLF, the value is the extension you want to monitor.
For BLF\List, the value is an identifier for the list of numbers you are monitoring.
6
Click
7
In the "Line" field, select a line number that is actively registered to the appropriate SIP proxy you are
using.
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In the "BLF List URI" field, enter the name of the BLF list defined on the BroadSoft BroadWorks
Busy Lamp field page for your particular user.
For example, [email protected]
Note: The value of the BLF\List URI parameter must match the list name configured. Otherwise, no
values display on the 480i screen and the feature is disabled.
9
Click
to save your changes.
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Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception)
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
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Directed call pickup is an enhancement to the existing BLF feature found in 480i/
480i CT and 9133i. The existing BLF feature allows a softkey/programmable key
to monitor the states of an extension. The extension states can be one of three
states: "busy", "ringing" and "idle". If the monitored extension is in the "ringing"
state with an incoming call, and "Directed call pickup" is enabled, pressing the
BLF key can pick up the incoming call on the monitored extension.
Note: The Asterisk and Epygi Quadro 4x/16x IP PBX servers support
this feature. For details about Asterisk support, contact Aastra Technical
Support.
You can also enable or disable the playing of a short "call waiting tone" when
there is an incoming call on the BLF monitored extension. If the host tone is idle,
the tone plays a "ring splash".
You can enable/disable Directed Call Pickup using the configuration files or the
Aastra Web UI.
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Configuring Directed Call Pickup
Configuration Files
To enable/disable Directed Call Pickup on the IP phone (480i/480i CT/9133i) using the configuration files,
see Appendix A, the section, “Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception) Settings” on page A-88.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->Directed Call Pickup Settings.
2
Enable the "Directed Call Pickup" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box). Default is disabled.
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3
Enable the "Play a Ring Splash" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box). Default is disabled.
The IP phone plays a short "call waiting tone" when there is an incoming call on the BLF monitored
extension. If the "Play a Ring Splash" parameter is enabled, and the host tone is idle, the tone plays
a "ring splash".
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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BLF Subscription Period (480i/480i CT/9133i)
In the configuration files, you enter the following parameter with a valid value to
set the BLF subscription period:
sip blf subscription period: <value in seconds>
The minimum value for this 120 seconds (2 minutes). The default is 3600 (1
hour).
Setting this parameter to a value lower than 3600 allows the configured BLF
feature to become active more quickly after a software/firmware upgrade or after
a reboot of the IP phone. If you enter a value lower than 120 for this parameter,
the default value (3600) will be used by the IP phone.
You can configure this feature using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuring BLF Subscription Period
Use the following procedures to configure the BLF subscription period on the IP
phone.
.
Configuration Files
To configure the BLF subscription period on the IP phones using the configuration files, see Appendix A, the
section, “BLF Subscription Period Settings” on page A-89.
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On the IP phones, you can set the time period, in seconds, that the IP phone
resubscribes the BLF subscription service after a software/firmware upgrade or
after a reboot of the IP phone.
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Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Advanced SIP Settings.
2
Enter a value, in seconds, from 120 (2 min) to 3600 (1 hour) in the "BLF Subscription Period" field.
3
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
4
Click on Operation->Reset.
5
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Do Not Disturb (DND)
If DND is configured on the phone, the softkey or programmable key switches
DND ON and OFF. If the phone shares a line with other phones, only the phone
that has DND configured is affected.
The second line on the screen of the IP phone shows when DND is configured.
When a call comes in on the line, the caller hears a busy signal or recorded
message, depending on the server configuration.
Configuring DND
Use the following procedures to configure DND on the IP phone..
Configuration Files
For specific softkey and programmable key parameters you can set in the configuration files, see
Appendix A, the section, “Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
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The IP phones have a feature you can enable called "Do not Disturb (DND). You
can configure DND on softkeys and programmable keys using the Aastra Web UI
or the configuration files.
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Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
2
Select a hard key to configure.
3
In the "Type" field, select "do not disturb".
Note: You do not need to set the "Value" for DND. DND is applied to the hard key only.
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) (480i/480i CT/9133i only)
For example, people working at a technical support department could be located
in different places. If their desktop phones are configured for BLA DA, when
customer calls come in, all the phones with the BLA DA would ring but the call
can only be answered by one of them.
Once the call is answered, the rest of the phones reflect the status of the call. If the
call was put on "hold" by the original recipient, any one from the group can pick
up the call.
Notes:
1. This feature is dependent on the IP telephony system to which the IP
phone is registered and according to draft-anil-sipping-bla-02.txt.
2. Interactive Intelligence and Sylantro servers support the single BLA
group with single line appearance feature only.
You can apply BLA on the IP phones as follows:
•
As a single BLA group - One BLA DA is shared among multiple phones.
Only one phone at a time can pick up an incoming call or initiate an outgoing
call on the BLA DA. All phones reflect the usage of the BLA DA. If the call is
put on "hold", any one from the group can pick up the "held" call.
•
As a multiple BLA group - On one single phone, multiple BLA DA can be
associated with different line appearances. Every BLA DA is independent
from each other and follows the same rules as "a single BLA group".
•
As multiple instances of a BLA DA - A "x-line-id" parameter was defined in
draft-anil-sipping-bla-02.txt to present the incoming call to or place an
outgoing call on the specified line appearance instance. The parameter is
carried in "Alert-Info" header field over the request-URI (INVITE e.g.) or in
the NOTIFY messages to report the status of a dialog.
BLA DA can be configured on a global basis or on a per-line basis on the IP
phones using the Aastra Web UI or the configuration files.
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A SIP bridge line appearance (BLA) on the IP phones allows multiple devices to
share a single directory address (DA).
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The following table shows the number of lines that can be set to BLA for each
model phone.
IP Phone Model
Possible # of BLA
Lines
480i
9
480i CT
9
9133i
9
Configuring BLA
You can configure BLA on a global or per-line basis using the configuration files
or the Aastra Web UI.
Global BLA
You configure BLA on a global basis in the configuration files using the following
parameters:
sip mode
sip user name
sip bla number
You configure BLA on a global basis in the Aastra Web UI using the following
fields at Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Basic SIP Settings:
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Line Mode
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Phone Number
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BLA Number
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Per-Line BLA
sip lineN mode
sip lineN username
sip lineN bla number
You configure BLA on a per-line basis in the Aastra Web UI using the following
fields at Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru Line 9:
•
Line Mode
•
Phone Number
•
BLA Number
Sylantro servers and ININ servers require specific configuration methods for
per-line configurations.
For Sylantro Server
When configuring the BLA feature on a per-ine basis for a Sylantro server, the
value set for the "sip lineN bla number" parameter shall be the same value set for
the "sip lineN user name" parameter for all the phones in the group. For example,
if sip lineN user name is 1010, you would configure BLA on a per-line basis for
the Sylantro server as follows:
sip line 1 mode: 3
sip line1 user name: 1010 (# for all the phones)
sip line1 bla number: 1010
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following parameters:
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For ININ Server
When configuring the BLA feature on an ININ server, the value set for the sip
lineN bla number parameter shall be the same value set for the sip lineN user
name parameter without the incremented digit added to the phone #. For example,
if the sip lineN user name for the first phone is 10101, and the sip lineN user name
for the second phone is 10102, etc., you would configure BLA on a per-line basis
for the ININ server as follows:
(# for phone 1 with appearance of phone 3)
sip line1 mode: 3
sip line1 user name: 10101 sip line1 bla number: 1010
(# for phone 2 with appearance of phone 3)
sip line1 mode: 3
sip line1 user name: 10102
sip line1 bla number: 1010
(# for phone 3)
sip line1 mode: 3
sip line1 user name: 1010
sip line1 bla number: 1010
Note: The original phone number which has the bridged line appearance
on other phones, will have the "sip lineN user name" parameter the same
as the "sip lineN bla number" (1010 in the above example on Phone 3).
Use the following procedures to configure BLA on the IP phone.
Configuring Global BLA
Configuration Files
For specific global parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section,
“SIP Basic, Global Settings” on page A-35.
Configuring Per-Line BLA
Configuration Files
For specific per-line parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section,
“SIP Basic, Per-Line Settings” on page A-43.
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For global configuration of BLA:
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Basic SIP Authentication Settings.
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For per-line configuration of BLA:
Click on Advanced Settings->Line N (1-9).
In the "Line Mode" field, select the BLA option.
2
In the "Phone Number" field, enter the phone number of the IP phone.
3
For global configuration of BLA:
In the "BLA Number" field, enter the Bridge Line Appearance (BLA) number to be shared across all
IP phones.
For per-line configuration of BLA:
In the "BLA Number" field, enter the Bridge Line Appearance (BLA) number to be shared on a
specific line.
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Using a BLA Line on the IP Phone
For example, if line 1 is configured for BLA, and you pick up a call on line 1, you
must press the Hold button to share the call with the BLA group.
If you pick up a call on line 1 configured for BLA, and another call comes in on
line 2, you can pick up line 2 without putting line 1 on hold. The line 1 call will
be on hold automatically; however it is on hold locally only. The line 1 call
cannot be shared with the BLA group.
Note: The Hold button must be pressed for a call on a BLA line to be
shared with the BLA group.
Park Calls/Pick Up Parked Calls
The IP phones (including the 480i CT handset) have a park and pickup call feature
that allows you to park a call and pickup a call when required. There are two ways
a user or adminstrator can configure this feature:
•
Using a static configuration
•
Using a programmable configuration
Note: The IP phones accept both methods of configuration. However, to
avoid redundancy, Aastra Telecom recommends you configure either a
static configuration or a programmable configuration.
The IP phones support the Park/Pickup feature on the Asterisk, BroadWorks,
Sylantro, and ININ PBX servers.
The following paragraphs describe the park and pickup methods of configuration
on the IP phones.
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If you have either a global or per-line BLA configuration, and you want to share a
call on the line with a BLA group, you need to press the Hold button before
sharing the call with the group.
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Park/Pickup Static Configuration (480i/480i CT only)
You can configure a static configuration for parking and picking up a call using
the Aastra Web UI at Basic Settings-> Preferences. By entering the appropriate
value in the "Park Call" and "Pickup Parked Call" fields, you tell the phone
where to park a live call and where to pickup the parked call.
On the IP phone UI, the static configuration method displays the following:
•
When a call comes in, and you pickup the handset, the default label of "Park"
displays on the Phone UI.
•
After pressing the "Park" softkey to park the call, the default label of
"Pickup" displays on the phone UI.
Note: On the 480i CT handset, pressing Ï displays the "Park" and
"Pickup" labels.
The values you enter in the Aastra Web UI for the Park/Pickup call feature are
dependant on your type of server. The following table provides the values you
enter for the "Park Call" and "Pickup Parked Call" fields in the Aastra Web UI.
Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values
Server
Park Values*
Pickup Values*
Aasterisk
700
700
Sylantro
*98
*99
BroadWorks
*68
*88
callpark
pickup
ININ PBX
*Leave "value" fields blank to disable the park and pickup feature.
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Use the following procedure to configure the Park/Pickup call feature using the
static configuration method.
Note: Aastra recommends you configure either the static or the
programmable configuration, but not both.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->General.
2
Enter a server value in the Park Call field to which incoming live calls will be parked.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
3
Enter a server value in the "Pickup Parked Call" field.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
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4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and apply the changes.
Park/Pickup Programmable Configuration
The programmable method of configuration creates park and pickup softkeys or
programmable keys that you can configure on the IP phones (480i/480i CT/9112i/
9133i).
For the 480i/480i CT you can set a softkey as "Park" or "Pickup" and then:
•
specify a customized label to display on the Phone UI
•
specify a value
•
specify which line to use
•
specify the state of the park and/or pickup keys
For the 9112i/9133i, you can set a programmable key as "Park" or "Pickup" and
then:
•
specify a value
•
specify a line to use (9133i only)
On 480i/480i CT
On the IP phone UI, the Park/Pickup feature displays the following:
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When a call comes in, and you pickup the handset, the custom label that you
configured for the Park softkey displays on the Phone UI.
•
After the call is parked, the label that you configured for the Pickup softkey
displays on other phones in the network. You can then press the "Pickup"
softkey, followed by the applicable value to pickup the call on another phone
in your network.
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Notes:
1. On the 480i CT, the customized labels apply to the base unit only. On
the 480i CT handset, pressing Ï displays the default labels of "Park" and
"Pickup".
2. On the 480i/480i CT, the old softkey labeled "Pickup" has been
renamed to "Answer". This softkey uses the old functionality - when you
pickup the handset, you see a softkey labeled "Answer". You can then
press this key to pick up an incoming call. Do no confuse this feature
with the new Park/Pickup configuration feature.
On 9112i/9133i
•
When a call comes in, and you pickup the handset, you can press the
applicable "Park" programmable key to park the call.
•
After the call is parked, you can press the "Pickup" programmable key,
followed by the applicable value to pickup the call.
You can configure a Park and Pickup programmable configuration using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
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CT handset, pressing Ï displays the default labels of "Park" and "Pickup".
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Programmable Configuration Using Configuration Files
In the configuration files, you configure Park/Pickup using the softkey
parameters. You must specify the"softkeyN value" and "prgkeyN value" as
<server type;server-specific value>. The following examples show Park/Pickup
configurations using specific servers.
Model 480i/480 CT Examples
Server
Park Configuration
Pickup Configuration
Asterisk
softkeyN type: park
softkeyN label: parkCall
softkeyN value: asterisk;700
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: connected*
softkeyN type: pickup
softkeyN label: pickupCall
softkeyN value: asterisk;700
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: idle,outgoing**
Sylantro
softkeyN type: park
softkeyN label: parkCall
softkeyN value: sylantro;*98
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: connected*
softkeyN type: pickup
softkeyN label: pickupCall
softkeyN value: sylantro;*99
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: idle,outgoing**
BroadWorks
softkeyN type: park
softkeyN label: parkCall
softkeyN value: broadworks;*68
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: connected*
softkeyN type: pickup
softkeyN label: pickupCall
softkeyN value: broadworks;*88
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: idle,outgoing**
ININ PBX
softkeyN type: park
softkeyN label: parkCall
softkeyN value: inin;callpark
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: connected*
softkeyN type: pickup
softkeyN label: pickupCall
softkeyN value: inin;pickup
softkeyN line: 1
softkeyN states: idle,outgoing**
*When you configure a softkey as "Park", you must configure the state of the softkey as
"connected".
**When you configure a softkey as "Pickup", you can configure the state of the softkey as "idle,
outgoing", or just "idle", or just "outgoing".
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Pickup Configuration
Asterisk
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: asterisk;700
prgkeyN line: 1
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: asterisk;700
prgkeyN line: 1
Sylantro
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: sylantro;*98
prgkeyN line: 1
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: sylantro;*99
prgkeyN line: 1
BroadWorks
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: broadworks;*68
prgkeyN line: 1
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: broadworks;*88
prgkeyN line: 1
ININ PBX
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: inin;callpark
prgkeyN line: 1
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: inin;pickup
prgkeyN line: 1
Model 9112i Examples
Server
Park Configuration
Pickup Configuration
Asterisk
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: asterisk;700
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: asterisk;700
Sylantro
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: sylantro;*98
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: sylantro;*99
BroadWorks
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: broadworks;*68
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: broadworks;*88
ININ PBX
prgkeyN type: park
prgkeyN value: inin;callpark
prgkeyN type: pickup
prgkeyN value: inin;pickup
Note: The 9112i and 9133i do not allow for the configuration of labels
and states.
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Use the following procedure to configure the Park/Pickup call feature using the
programmable configuration method and the configuration files.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section,
“Softkey Settings for 480i and 480i CT” on page A-94 and “Programmable Key Settings for 9112i and 9133i”
on page A-100.
Programmable Configuration Using the Aastra Web UI
On the 480i/480i CT, you configure a Park and/or Pickup key at
Operation->Softkeys and XML. You enter a key label, and value for a specific
line on the phone. The default state of the Park configuration is "connected". The
default state of the Pickup configuration is "idle, outgoing".
The 480i CT handsets use the park/pickup configuration enabled at
Operation->Handset Keys in the Aastra Web UI. If Park or Pickup are enabled
on more than one line on the base unit, the 480i handset uses the first
programmable configuration.
For example, if line 1 and line 6 are configured for park, the 480i CT handset uses
the configuration set for line 1 to park a call.
On the 9112i/9133i, you configure a Park and/or Pickup key at
Operation->Programmable Keys, and then enter the appropriate value (and
specify a line for the 9133i).
Note: Applicable values depend on the server in your network (Asterisk,
BroadWorks, Sylantro, ININ PBX. See the table “Park/Pickup Call
Server Configuration Values” on page 5-46.
Use the following procedure to configure the Park/Pickup call feature using the
programmable configuration method and the Aastra Web UI.
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For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
2
Pick a softkey to configure for Parking a call.
3
In the "Type" field, select Park.
4
In the "Label" field, enter a label for the Park softkey.
5
In the "Value" field, enter the approriate value based on the server in your network.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
6
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the Park configuration.
7
The park softkey has a default state of “Connected”.
Leave this state enabled or to disable, uncheck the check box.
8
Pick a softkey to configure for Picking up a call.
9
In the "Type" field, select Pickup.
10
In the "Label" field, enter a label for the Pickup softkey.
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In the "Value" field, enter the approriate value based on the server in your network.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
12
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the Pickup configuration.
13
The pickup softkey has a default state of “Idle” and “Outgoing”.
Leave these states enabled or to disable, uncheck the check boxes.
14
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
15
Click on Operation->Reset.
16
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and apply the changes.
For the 480i CT Handset:
1
Click on Operation->Handset Keys.
2
Pick a handset key to configure for parking a call.
3
In the "Key Function" field, select Park.
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Pick another handset key to configure for picking up a call.
5
In the "Key Function" field, select Pickup.
6
Click
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You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
7
Click on Operation->Reset.
8
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and apply the changes.
For the 9112i/9133i:
1
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
9112i Screen
9133i Screen
2
Pick a hard key to configure for Parking a call.
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In the "Type" field, select Park.
4
In the "Value" field, enter the approriate value based on the server in your network.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
5
For the 9133i:
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the Park configuration.
6
Pick a hard key to configure for Picking up a call.
7
In the "Type" field, select Pickup.
8
In the "Value" field, enter the approriate value based on the server in your network.
Note: For values to enter in this field, see the table “Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values”
on page 5-46.
9
For the 9133i:
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the Pickup configuration.
10
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
11
Click on Operation->Reset.
12
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Step
Action
Parking a Call
1
While on a live call, press the "Park" softkey.
2
Perform the following for your specific server:
For Asterisk Server:
- Server announces the
extension number where the call
has been parked. Once the call is
parked, press the y key
to complete parking.
For BroadWorks Server:
- After you hear the greeting from
the CallPark server, enter the
extension where you want to
park the call.
For Sylnatro Server:
- Enter the extension number
where you want to park the call,
followed by "#" key.
For ININ Server:
- Enter the extension number
where you want to park the call,
followed by "#" key.
If the call is parked successfully, the response is either a greeting voice confirming that the call was
parked, or a hang up occurs. The parked call party will get music on hold.
3
If the call fails, you can pick up the call (using the next procedure) and press the "Park" softkey again
to retry step 2.
Picking up a Parked Call
4
Pick up the handset on the phone.
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call.
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Step
Action
5
Enter the extension number where the call was parked.
6
Press the "Pickup" softkey.
If the call pick up is successful, you are connected with the parked call.
Last Call Return (lcr) (Sylantro Servers only)
Last call return (lcr) allows an administrator or user to configure a "last call
return" function on a softkey or programmable key. This feature is for
Sylantro servers only.
You can configure the “lcr” softkey feature via the configuration files or the
Aastra Web UI.
How it works
If you configure "lcr" on a softkey or programmable key, and a call comes
into your phone, after you are finished with the call and hangup, you can
press the key configured for “lcr” and the phone dials the last call you received.
When you configure an “lcr” softkey, the label “LCR” displays next to that
softkey on the IP phone. When the Sylantro server detects an “lcr” request, it
translates this request and routes the call to the last caller.
Configuring Last Call Return
Use the following procedures to configure LCR on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific last call return (lcr) parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the
section, “Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
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For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
2
Pick a softkey to configure for Last Call Return.
3
In the "Type" field, select lcr.
4
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the last call return configuration.
5
The lcr softkey has a default state of “Idle”, “Connected”, “Incoming”, “Outgoing”.
Leave these states enabled or to disable, uncheck the check boxes as required.
6
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
7
Click on Operation->Reset.
8
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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For the 480i CT Handset:
1
Click on Operation->Handset Keys.
2
Pick a handset key to configure for Last Call Return.
3
In the "Key Function" field, select lcr.
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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For the 9112i/9133i:
1
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
9112i Screen
9133i Screen
2
Pick a hard key to configure for Last Call Return.
3
In the "Type" field, select lcr.
4
For the 9133i:
In the "Line" field, select a line for which to apply the lcr configuration.
5
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
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Click on Operation->Reset.
7
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Call Forwarding
Call forwarding is disabled by default. You can configure call forwarding on a
phone-wide basis or on multi-line phones (480i/480i CT/9133i), on a per-line
basis. If you have configured call forwarding on an individual line, then the
settings for this line are used; otherwise, the phone-wide call forward settings are
used.
You can configure call forwarding on all phones (global settings) or on specific
lines (local settings) of a single phone.
For call forwarding you can set the following:
•
Call forward mode
•
Destination number
•
Number of rings before forwarding the call (from 1 to 9 rings)
The following are the call forward modes you can set:
Call Forward Mode
Description
Off
Disables call forward
All
Phone forwards all incoming calls
immediately to the specified destination.
Busy
Phone forwards incoming calls if the line is
already in use.
No Answer
Phone forwards the call if it is not
answered in the specified number of rings
Busy No Answer
Phone forwards the call if either the line is
already in use or the call is not answered
in the specified number of rings.
Global
(per-lline only)
Phone uses the phone-wide call forward
setting. This is only valid when setting the
mode of individual lines.
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The call forwarding feature on the IP phone allows incoming calls to be forwarded
to another destination. The phone sends the SIP message to the SIP proxy, which
then forwards the call to the assigned destination.
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The following table shows the IP phone model and the number of lines for which
you can configure call forwarding.
IP Phone Model
480i
Available Lines for
Call Forwarding
9
480i CT
9
9112i
1
9133i
9
Enabling/Disabling the Ability to Configure Call Forwarding
Using the configuration files, you can enable or disable the ability to configure
Call Forwarding in the Aastra Web UI and the IP Phone UI. You use the following
parameter to enable/disable this feature:
•
call forward disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (disabled) and 1 (enabled). If this parameter
is set to 0, a user and administrator can configure Call Fowarding via the Aastra
Web UI and the IP Phone UI using the "Call Foward" options. If this parameter is
set to 1, all "Call Forward" options are removed from the Aastra Web UI and the
IP Phone UI, preventing the ability to configure Call Fowarding.
Use the following procedures to enable/disable Call Forwarding on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling Call Forwarding, see
Appendix A, the section, “Call Forward Settings” on page A-64.
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Configuration Method for Call Forwarding
You can set the phone-wide call forward settings using the IP phone UI or the
Aastra Web UI. However, you must use the Aastra Web UI to set the per-line call
forward settings. The per-line settings override the settings for global call
forwarding.
You can set global and per-line settings on the 480i/480i CT/9133i. You set global
settings for the 9112i only.
Configuring Call Forwarding
Use the following procedure to configure phone-wide call forwarding.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For global configuration of call fowarding:
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Call Foward.
3
For 9112i/9133i:
In the “Cfwd Number” field, enter the destination number for which you want your incoming calls to
be forwarded.
For 480i/480i CT:
In the “Number” field, enter the destination number for which you want your incoming calls to be
forwarded.
Note: Leaving the number field blank disables call forwarding.
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are configuring.
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Step
Action
4
For 9112i/9133i:
In the “Cfwd Mode” field, enter the mode that you want to set on your phones.
For 480i/480i CT:
In the “Mode” field, enter the mode that you want to set on your phones.
Valid modes are:
•
•
•
•
•
5
Off
All
Busy
No Answer
Busy No Answer
In the “No. Rings” field, enter the number of rings you want the phone to ring before the call is
forwarded.
Valid values are 1 to 9.
Note: "No. Rings" field applies to No Answer and Busy No Answer modes only.
6
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set to save the changes.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done to save the changes.
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1
Click on Basic Settings->Call Forward.
480i/480i CT/9133i Screens
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For global configuration of call fowarding:
2
In the "Mode" field, select the mode you want to set on your phone.
Valid modes are:
•
•
•
•
•
Off
All
Busy
No Answer
Busy No Answer
Note: To disable call forwarding in the Aastra Web UI, set the mode to OFF and remove the phone
number in the "Number" field.
3
In the "Number" field, enter the destination number for which you want your calls to be call
forwarded.
4
In the "Number of Rings" field, enter the number of rings you want your phone to ring before the call
is forwarded.
Valid values are 1 to 9.
Note: "Number of Rings" field applies to No Answer and Busy No Answer modes only.
5
Click
to save your changes.
For per-line configuration of call fowarding (480i/480i CT/9133i only)
6
Select a line to configure Call Forwarding on.
7
In the "Mode" field, select the mode you want to set on your phone.
Valid modes are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Off
All
Busy
No Answer
Busy No Answer
Global
Notes:
1. To disable call forwarding in the Aastra Web UI, set the mode to OFF and remove the phone
number in the "Number" field.
2. To force a line to use the global settings, set the "Mode" field to Global.
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In the "Forward Number" field, enter the destination number for which you want your calls on this
line to be call forwarded.
9
In the "Number of Rings" field, select the number of rings you want this line to ring before the call is
forwarded.
Valid values are 1 to 9.
Note: "Number of Rings" field applies to No Answer and Busy No Answer modes only.
10
Click
to save your changes.
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Callers List
The IP phones have a "Callers List" feature that store the name, phone number,
and incremental calls, for each call received by the phone.
You can enable and disable the Callers List feature using the configuration files.
When disabled, the Callers List does not disaply on the IP phone UI and the Caller
List key is ignored when pressed.
When enabled, you can view, scroll, and delete line items in the Callers List from
the IP phone UI. You can also directly dial from a displayed line item in the
Callers List. You can download the Callers List to your PC for viewing using the
Aastra Web UI.
When you download the Callers List, the phone stores the callerlist.csv file to
your computer in comma-separated value (CSV) format.
You can use any spreadsheet application to open the file for viewing. The
following is an example of a Callers List in a spreadsheet application.
The file displays the name, phone number, and the line that the call came in on.
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Enabling/Disabling Callers List
•
callers list disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (enabled) and 1 (disabled). If this parameter
is set to 0, the Callers List can be accessed by all users. If this parameter is set to
1, the IP phone does not save any caller information to the Caller List. For 480i
and 480i CT phones, the "Caller List" option on the IP phone is removed from the
Services menu, and the Caller List key is ignored if pressed by the user.
Use the following procedures to enable/disable the Callers List on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling the Callers List, see
Appendix A, the section, “Callers List Settings” on page A-64.
Using the Callers List
Use the following procedure to access and use the Callers List.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Press x on the phone to display the Services menu.
or
Press the s key to enter the Callers List directly. (skip to step 3)
2
From the Services menu, select "Callers List".
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Callers List.
Note: To the left of a line item, a b icon displays with the handset ON or OFF the receiver. The ON
receiver indicates the call came in as a missed call. The OFF receiver indicates the call came in and
was answered.
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You can enable and disable user access to the Callers List on the IP phones using
the following parameter in the configuration files:
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Step
Action
4
To delete all entries in the Callers list, press the 3 Delete softkey at the "Callers List" header.
To delete a line item from the Callers List, select the line item you want to delete and press the 3
Delete softkey.
5
To cancel a delete function, press the r or the s Scroll keys.
6
To save a line item to a programmable key for speeddialing, press the 3 Save softkey and enter the
line number at the "Save to?" prompt that is already configured for speeddialing at a softkey.
7
To dial a displayed entry from the Callers List, pick up the handset, press the d/f handsfree key, or
press a line key.
8
To exit the Callers List, press the x key.
For the 9112i/9133i:
b on the phone to enter the Callers List.
1
Press
2
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Callers List.
To the left of a line item, a b icon displays with the handset ON or OFF the receiver. The ON
receiver indicates the call came in as a missed call. The OFF receiver indicates the call came in and
was answered.
3
To delete all entries in the Callers list, press the 3 Delete key at the "Callers List" header.
To delete a line item from the Callers List, select the line item you want to delete and press the 3
Delete key.
4
To cancel a delete function, press the r or the s Scroll keys.
5
To save a line item to a programmable key for speeddialing, press the 3 Save key and enter the line
number at the "Save to?" prompt that is already configured for speeddialing at a programmable key.
6
To dial a displayed entry from the Callers List, pick up the handset, press the d/f handsfree key, or
press a line key.
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Downloading the Callers List
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Operation->Directory.
2
In the Callers List field, click on
.
A “File Download” message displays.
3
Click
.
4
Enter the location on your computer where you want to download the Callers List and click
.
The callerslist.csv file downloads to your computer.
5
Use a spreadsheet application to open and view the Callers List.
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Use the following procedure to download the Callers List using the Aastra Web
UI.
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Missed Calls Indicator
The IP phone has a "missed calls" indicator that increments the number of missed
calls to the phone. This feature is accessible from the IP phone UI only.
You can enable and disable the Missed Calls Indicator feature using the
configuration files. When disabled, the Missed Calls Indicator does not increment
as calls come into the IP phone.
When enabled, the number of calls that have not been answered increment on the
phone’s idle screen as "<number> New Calls". As the number of unanswered
calls increment, the phone numbers associated with the calls are stored in the
Callers List. The user can access the Callers List and clear the call from the list.
Once the user accesses the Callers List, the "<number> New Calls" on the idle
screen is cleared.
Enabling/Disabling Missed Calls Indicator
You can enable (turn on) and disable (turn off) the Missed Calls Indicator on the
IP phones using the following parameter in the configuration files:
•
missed calls indicator disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (enabled) and 1 (disabled). If this parameter
is set to 0, the indicator increments as unanswered calls come into the IP phone. If
set to 1, the indicator does not increment the unanswered calls.
Use the following procedures to enable/disable the Missed Calls Indicator on the
IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling the Missed Calls
Indicator, see Appendix A, the section, “Missed Calls Indicator Settings” on page A-65.
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Accessing and Clearing Missed Calls
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
2
3
4
Press x on the phone to display the Services menu.
or
Press the s key to enter the Callers List directly. (skip to step 3)
From the Services menu, select "Callers List".
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Callers List to find the line items that have
the b icon with the receiver ON. These are the missed calls to the phone.
To clear a line item from the Callers List, select the line item you want to delete and press the Clear
softkey.
The line item is deleted from the Callers List.
For the 9112i/9133i:
1
2
Press
b on the phone to enter the Callers List.
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Callers List to find the line items that have
the b icon with the receiver ON. These are the missed calls to the phone.
3
To clear the line item from the Callers List, select the line item you want to clear and press the 3
Delete key.
4
To cancel a delete function, press the r or the s Scroll keys.
The line item is deleted from the Callers List.
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Use the following procedure to access and clear missed calls from the Callers List.
Once you display the Callers List, the "<number> New Calls" indicator clears.
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Directory List
The IP phones have a "Directory List" feature that allows you to store frequently
used numbers on the phone. You can also dial directly from a directory entry.
The Directory feature also includes a quick-search feature that allows you to enter
the first letter that corresponds to a name in the Directory to find specific line
items. The phone displays the first name with this letter.
The quick-search feature in the Directory List works only when the Directory is
first accessed.
You can enable and disable access to the Directory List using the configuration
files. When disabled, the Directory List does not display on the IP phone UI and
the Directory List key is ignored when pressed. On the 480i and 480i CT the
"Directory" option is also removed from the "Services" menu.
If the Directory List is enabled, you can view, add, change, and delete entries to/
from the Directory List using the IP phone UI. You can also directly dial a number
from the Directory List.
For the 480i CT, a public and private softkey can be used at a Directory List line
item. The Private key toggles a number in the Directory List to private. The
Public key allows a number in the Directory List to be sent to the handsets. A
480i CT accepts a maximum of 50 entries with the public attribute.
You can download the Directory List to your PC via the Aastra Web UI. The
phone stores the directorylist.csv file to your PC in comma-separated value (CSV)
format.
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The file displays the name, phone number, and line number for each Directory
entry.
Enabling/Disabling Directory List
You can enable and disable user access to the Directory List on the IP phones
using the following parameter in the configuration files:
•
directory disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (enabled) and 1 (disabled). If this parameter
is set to 0, the Directory List can be accessed by all users. If this parameter is set
to 1, the Directory List does not display on the IP phone and the Directory key is
disabled. On the 480i and 480i CT the "Directory" option is also removed from
the "Services" menu.
Use the following procedures to enable/disable the Directory List on the IP
phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling the Directory List, see
Appendix A, the section, “Directory Settings” on page A-63.
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You can use any spreadsheet application to open the file for viewing. The
following is an example of a Directory List in a spreadsheet application.
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Server to IP Phone Download
You can populate your IP phone Directory List with server directory files. To
activate this feature, you need to add the following parameters to the
configuration files:
•
directory 1: company_directory
•
directory 2 : my_personal_directory’
The IP phone recognizes the following characters in a Directory List:
Character
Description
’#’
Pound character; any characters appearing after
the # on a line are treated as a comment
’,’
Comma character; used to separate the name,
URI number, line, and mode fields within each
directory entry.
’"’
Quotation mark; when pound and comma
characters are found between quotes in a name
field or URI number field, they are treated as
regular characters.
A valid directory entry has a name, a URI number, and optional line number, and
an optional mode attribute, all separated by commas. If a line number is not
present, the entry is assigned to line 1. If a mode attribute (public or private) is not
present, the entry is assigned to "Private".
The following directory entries are considered valid:
# our company's directory
# updated 1 jan 2012
# mode = private, by default
#
joe foo bar, 123456789, 6
# line = 1, by default
# mode = private, by default
#
snidley whiplash, 000111222
# the parser ignores the COMMA # in the name
# mode = private, by default
#
"manny, jr", 093666888, 9
# the parser ignores the POUND # chars in the URI number
# mode = private, by default
#
hello dolly, "12#34#7", 2
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During the boot process both directory files are read, combined into a single list,
and any duplicate entries are deleted from the list. Any entries in this list that are
not already in the phone's NVRAM are added to the NVRAM and flagged as
being owned by the server.
Likewise, any entries in the NVRAM that are owned by the server, but are no
longer in one of the server's directory files, are removed from the NVRAM.
Entries made from the IP phone UI are never touched.
Directory List Limitations
The following table indicates the maximum characters for each line and field in
the Directory List.
Directory List Limitations
Maximum length of a line
255 characters
Maximum length of a name
15 characters
Maximum length of a URI
45 characters
Maximum number directory entries in the NVRAM
200 entries
Maximum number directory entries in the NVRAM
with the "public" attribute
(480i CT only)
50 entries
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The software that reads directory files from the server, loads the file’s contents
into the phone's NVRAM when the phone is booting. Directory entries in the
NVRAM that originate from a server directory file are 'owned' by the server.
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Using the Directory List
Use the following procedures to access and use the Directory List..
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Press x on the phone to display the Services menu.
or
Press the r key to enter the Directory List directly. (skip to step 3)
2
From the Services menu, select "Directory List".
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Directory List.
4
To delete all entries in the Directory list, press the DeleteList softkey at the "Directory List" header.
To delete a line item from the Directory List, select the line item you want to delete and press the
Delete softkey.
5
6
To cancel a delete function, press the r or the s Scroll keys.
To add a new entry to the list, press the Add New softkey at the "Directory List" header screen and
perform step 7.
or
Press the Add New softkey at a line item and perform step 7.
7
Enter a phone number, name, and line number and press the 3 Save softkey after each field entry.
Note: The 480i/480i CT allows up to 200 directory entries.
8
For the 480i CT:
Press the Public/Private softkeys to toggle between making the new entry public or private.
Note: The entry is set to Private by default. If the entry is made Public, the entry is sent to the
handsets. A 480i CT accepts a maximum of 50 entries with the public attribute.
9
To edit an entry, use the Change softkey.
A screen displays allowing you to edit the name, phone number, and line number, as well as the
public/private setting.
10
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or press the Dial softkey.
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Step
Action
11
To exit the Directory List, press the Quit softkey.
For the 9112i/9133i:
1
Press 3 Directory on the phone to enter the Directory List.
Note: If no key is pressed within 3 seconds, the phone prompts you to press the first letter in the
name of the required directory entry. The phone finds and displays the first name with this letter.
2
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Directory List.
To delete all entries in the Directory list, press the 3 Delete key at the "Directory List" header.
To delete a line item from the Directory List, select the line item you want to delete and press
the 3 Delete key.
4
5
To cancel a delete function, press the r or the s Scroll keys.
To add a new entry to the list, press the 3 Save key at the "Directory" header screen and perform
step 6.
or
Press the 3 Save key at a line item and press the 3 Directory key again to perform step 6.
6
Enter a phone number, name, and line number and press the 3 Save key after each field entry.
7
To save an entry to a programmable key for speeddialing , press the 3 Save key and enter the line
number at the "Save to?" prompt that is already configured for speeddialing at a programmable key.
8
To edit an entry, use the 3 key for each field you are editing. Press the 3 Save key to move to each
field.
9
To dial a displayed entry from the Directory List, pick up the handset, press the d/f handsfree key,
or press a line key.
10
To exit the Directory List, press the 3 Directory key again.
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Downloading from the Server to the IP Phone
You can use the configuration files to download the Directory List from the
configuration server to the IP phone..
Note: You must use TFTP to download the Directory List.
Use the following procedure to configure the download..
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for downloading the Directory List, see
Appendix A, the section, “Directory Settings” on page A-63.
Downloading from the IP Phone to the Server
You can use the Aastra Web UI to download the Directory List from the IP phone
to the configuration server.
Note: You must use TFTP to download the Directory List.
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Use the following procedure to configure the download.
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1
Click on Operation->Directory.
2
In the Directory List field, click on
.
A “File Download” message displays.
3
Click
.
4
Enter the location on your computer where you want to download the Directory List and click
.
The directorylist.csv file downloads to your computer.
5
Use a spreadsheet application to open and view the Directory List.
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Voicemail (480i/480i CT only)
The Voicemail feature on the 480i/480i CT IP phones allow you to configure lines
with phone numbers so the phone can dial out to connect to a voicemail server.
You associcate the Voicemail numbers with the phone numbers configured on
each line (1 - 9 lines).
For each assigned Voicemail number, there can be a minimum of 0 or a maximum
of 1 Voicemail access phone number.
The Voicemail list displays a list of phone numbers assigned to the 480i/480i CT
that have registered voicemail accounts associated with them.
Note: The Voicemail list does not display the voicemail access number.
The phone displays up to 99 voicemails for an account even if the number of
voicemails exceeds the limit.
Registered account numbers/URIs that exceed the length of the screen, either with
or without the voicemail icon and the message count, are truncated with an ellipse
character at the end of the number/URI string.
The end of the Voicemail list displays the number of new voicemail messages (if
any exist).
Configuring Voicemail (480i/480i CT only)
You configure Voicemail in the configuration files to dial a specific number to
access an existing voicemail account. The user then follows the voicemail
instructions for listening to voicemails.
Note: The phone must have a registered voicemail account from a server
for this feature to be enabled. When no registered voicemail accounts are
registered to the phone, the display shows "List Empty".
To configure the Voicemail feature on the 480i/480i CT, you must enter the
following parameter in the configuration files:
•
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sip line1 vmail: *97
sip line2 vmail: *95
Note: In the above example, the user would dial *97 to access the
voicemail account for line 1, and *95 to access the voicemail account for
line 2.
Use the following procedure to configure voicemail using the configuration files.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Voicemail
Settings” on page A-62.
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You can enter up to 9 Voicemail numbers associated with each of the 9 lines on the
phone.
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Using Voicemail (480i480i CT only)
Use the following procedure to access and use voicemail.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Press x on the phone to display the Services menu.
2
From the Services menu, select "Voicemail".
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in the Voicemail List.
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When you have selected a line item, press the d/f handsfree key, 4 Scroll Right key, or press a
line softkey to make an outgoing call using the voicemail access phone number associated with the
line for which the voicemail account is registered.
From a selected item in the Voicemail list, you can also lift the handset (go offhook) to make an
outgoing call using the voicemail access phone number.
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XML Customized Services
The following are characteristics of XML:
•
XML tags are not predefined. You must define your own tags.
•
XML uses a Document Type Definition (DTD) or an XML Schema to
describe the data.
•
XML with a DTD or XML Schema is designed to be self-descriptive
•
XML is a W3C Standard Recommendation
Creating Customized XML Services on the IP Phones
The XML application for the IP phones allows users to create custom services
they can use via the phone’s keyboard and display. These services include things
like weather and traffic reports, contact information, company info, stock quotes,
or custom call scripts.
The IP phone XML application supports four proprietary objects that allow the
creation of menu screens, message screens, input screens, directory screens, status
message display, and allows XML to execute specific commands.
•
Text Menu object (for Menu screens)
•
Text Screen object (for Message screens)
•
UserInput object (for User Input screens)
•
Directory object (for Directory list screen)
•
Status Message object (for idle screen)
•
Execute Commands object (for executing XML commands)
For a description and how to implement each of these objects, see Appendix G,
“Creating an XML Application.”
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Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language much like HTML.
HTML was designed to display data and to focus on how data looks. XML was
designed to describe data and to focus on what data is.
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Enabling/Disabling a Beep for Status Message Displays
You can enable or disable a BEEP option using the Status Message object
(AastraIPPhoneStatus), the configuration files, or the Aastra Web UI.
Note: For enabling/disabling a status message beep using the Status
Message object, see Appendix G, “Creating an XML Application.”
When the phone receives a status message, the BEEP notifies the user that the
message is displaying.
You can use the following to enable/disable a status message beep:
•
AastraIPPhoneStatus object (via XML object; see Appendix G)
•
xml beep notification (via configuration files)
•
XML Beep Support (via the Aastra Web UI)
Enabling the beep is an indication to the phone to sound a beep when it receives
an AastraIPPhoneStatus object. If you disable the beep, or no
AastraIPPhoneStatus object appears in the status message, then the default
behavior is no beep is heard when the object arrives to the phone.
The value set in the configuration files and Aastra Web UI override the attribute
you specify for the AastraIPPhoneStatus object.
For example, if the AastraIPPhoneStatus object has the attribute of Beep=”yes”,
and you uncheck (disable) the “XML Beep Support” in the Aastra Web UI, the
phone does not beep when it receives an AastraIPPhoneStatus object.
Setting the BEEP option in the configuration files and the Aastra Web UI applies
to the phone immediately.
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You can use the following to set the scroll delay for status messages:
•
xml status scroll delay (via the configuration files)
•
Status Scroll Delay (seconds) (via the Aastra Web UI)
Changes apply to the phone immediately.
XML Object Requests from IP Phone
Users can access XML applications via the "Services" menu on the 480i/480i CT
and via a programmable key on the 9112i/9133i IP phones. The phone performs
an HTTP GET on the URI configured in the Aastra Web UI or configuation files.
You configure the following parameters for object requests:
•
xml application URI
•
xml application title
The xml application URI is the application you are loading into the IP phone.
The xml application title is the name of the XML application that displays on the
Services menu in the IP Phone UI (as option #4).
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The IP phones support a scroll delay option that allows you to set the time delay,
in seconds, between the scrolling of each status message on the phone. The default
time is 5 seconds for each message to display before scrolling to the next message.
You can configure this option via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
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In addition to initiating a request to an XML application from the Services menu,
an HTTP server can push an XML object to the phone via HTTP Post. When the
phone sees a PUSH request containing an XML object, it tries to authenticate the
request. It does so by checking the IP address or host name of the requesting host
against a list of trusted hosts (or domain names) configured via the Aastra Web UI
(parameter called XML Push Server List) or the configuration files (parameter
called xml application post list). If the request is authenticated, the XML object
is handled by the IP phone accordingly, and displays the information to the screen.
Note: The HTTP Post must contain HTTP packets that have an "xml"
line in the message body. For more information about adding "xml" lines
in HTTP packets, see Appendix G, “Creating an XML Application.”.
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Example XML Configuration
xml application URI:
http://172.16.96.63/aastra/internet.php
xml application title:
Aastra Telecom
xml application post list:
10.50.10.53,
dhcp10-53.ana.aastra.com
Configuring for XML on the IP Phone
After creating an XML application, an administrator can configure the IP phone to
use the application using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “XML Settings”
on page A-66.
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The following example shows the parameters you enter in the configuration files
to configure an XML application:
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For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
2
Select a key from keys 1 through 20.
3
In the "Type" field, select XML from the list box.
4
In the "Label" field, enter a label that displays on the IP phone for the softkey. For example, "XML".
5
In the "Value" field, enter the IP address or qualified domain name of the XML application.
6
In the "XML Application URI" field, enter the HTTP server path or qualified domain name of the XML
application you want to load to the IP phone. For example, you could enter an XML application called
"http://172.16.96.63/aastra/internet.php" in the applicable field.
7
In the "XML Application Title" field, enter the name of the XML application that you want to display
on the IP phone Services Menu. In the illustration above, the XML Application Title is "Aastra
Telecom".
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Click
to save your changes.
The XML application is applied to the IP phone immediately.
When the XML application is pushed to the phone via an HTTP POST, a host IP address or domain
name server is required.
9
Click on Advanced Settings->Configuration Server.
10
In the "XML Push Server List (Approved IP Addresses)" field, enter the host IP address and/or
domain name server. You can enter multiple IP address and/or domain name servers (separated by
commas). In the example in Step 8, the illustration shows a host IP address of "10.50.10.53,
10.50.10.54" in the applicable field.
11
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
12
Click on Operation->Reset.
13
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and push the HTTP Server List.
Note: No posting is performed if a session times out.
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For the 9112i/9133i
1
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
9112i Screen.
9133i Screen
2
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For the 9133i, select a key from keys 1 through 7..
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In the "Type" field, select XML from the list box.
4
In the "Value" field, enter the IP address or qualified domain name of the XML application.
5
Click
to save your changes.
The XML application is applied to the IP phone immediately.
When the XML application is pushed to the phone via an HTTP POST, a host IP address or domain
name server is required.
6
Click on Advanced Settings->Configuration Server..
7
In the "XML Push Server List (Approved IP Addresses)" field, enter the host IP address and/or
domain name server. You can enter multiple IP address and/or domain name servers (separated by
commas). In the example in Step 6, the illustration shows a host IP address of "10.50.10.53,
10.50.10.54" in the applicable field.
8
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
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9
Click on Operation->Reset.
10
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and push the HTTP Server List.
Note: No posting is performed if a session times out.
Using the XML Customized Service
After you create, save, and configure the IP phone with an XML application, the
customized service is ready for you to use.
Use the following procedure to use the XML feature on the IP phone.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Press x on the phone to display the Services menu.
2
Select "Custom Features".
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the line items in a menu-driven and directory "Custom
Features" screen.
Message services display to the screen after selecting the "Custom Features" option.
For user input services, follow the prompts as appropriate.
4
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Step
Action
For the 9112i/9133i
1
Press the programmable key configured on the phone for XML..
A "Custom Features" screen displays.
2
3
Use the r and s to scroll through the customized features.
For menu and directory services, select a service to display the information for that customized
service.
Message services display to the screen after pressing the programmable key.
For user input services, follow the prompts as appropriate.
4
To exit from the "Custom Features" screen, press the XML programmable key again.
XML Action URIs
The IP phones have a feature that allows an administrator to specify a uniform
resource identifier (URI) that triggers a GET when certain events occur. The IP
phone events that support this feature are:
•
Startup
•
Successful registration
•
Incoming call
•
Outgoing call
•
Offhook
•
Onhook
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The following table identifies the configurable action URI parameters in the
configuration files and the Aastra Web UI. This table also identifies the variables
that apply to specific parameters.
Configuration File
Parameters
Aastra Web UI Parameters at
Advanced Settings->Action URI
Applicable Variables
action uri startup
Startup
-
action uri registered
Successful Registration
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
$$PROXYURL$$
action uri incoming
Incoming Call
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
$$DISPLAYNAME$$
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
$$INCOMINGNAME$$
action uri outgoing
Outgoing Call
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
action uri offhook
Offhook
-
action uri onhook
Onhook
-
How it works
When a startup, successful registration, incoming call, outgoing call,
offhook, or onhook call event occurs on the phone, the phone checks to see if
the event has an action URI configured. If the phones finds a URI configured, any
variables configured (in the form $$VARIABLENAME$$) are replaced with the
value of the appropriate variable. After all of the variables are bound, the phone
executes a GET on the URI. The Action URI binds all variables and is not
dependant on the state of the phone.
For example, if you enter the following string for the action uri outgoing
parameter:
action uri outgoing: http://10.50.10.140/
outgoing.pl?number=$$REMOTENUMBER$$
and you dial out the number 5551212, the phone executes a GET on:
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http://10.50.10.140/outgoing.pl?number=
You can configure this feature via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuring XML Action URIs
Use the following procedures to configure XML Action URIs using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Action URI
Settings” on page A-69.
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Note: If the phone can’t find the Action URI you specify, it returns a
“NULL” response. For example,
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1
Click on Advanced Settings->Action URI.
2
Enter an XML URI for a startup event in the “Startup” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.140/startup
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when a startup event
occurs.
3
Enter an XML URI for a successful registration in the “Successful Registration” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.14/registered.php?auth name=$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when a successful
registration event occurs.
Note: For a successful registration event, you can use the following variables in the URI:
• $$SIPUSERNAME$$
• $$SIPAUTHNAME$$
• $$PROXYURL$$
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Enter an XML URI for an incoming call event in the “Incoming Call” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.140/incoming.php?number=$$REMOTENUMBER$$
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an incoming call event
occurs.
Note: For an incoming call event, you can use the following variables in the URI:
• $$REMOTENUMBER$$
• $$DISPLAYNAME$$
• $$SIPUSERNAME$$
• $$INCOMINGNAME$$
5
Enter an XML URI for an outgoing call event in the “Outgoing Call” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.140/outgoing.php?number=$$REMOTENUMBER$$
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an outgoing call event
occurs.
Note: For an outgoing call event, you can use the following variables in the URI:
• $$REMOTENUMBER$$
• $$SIPUSERNAME$$
6
Enter an XML URI for an offhook event in the “Offhook” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.140/offhook
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an offhook event
occurs.
7
Enter an XML URI for an onhook event in the “Onhook” field. For example:
http://10.50.10.140/onhook
This parameter pecifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an onhook event
occurs.
8
Click
to save your changes.
These changes take affect immediately.
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XML Softkey URI
In addition to specifying variables for the Action URIs, you can also specify
variables in the XML softkey URIs that are bound when the key is pressed. These
variables are the same as those used in the Action URIs.
When an administrator enters an XML softkey URI either via the Aastra Web UI
or the configuration files, they can specify the following variables:
•
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
•
$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
•
$$PROXYURL$$
•
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
•
$$DISPLAYNAME$$
•
$$INCOMINGNAME$$
When the softkey is pressed, if the phone finds a URI configured with variables
(in the form $$VARIABLENAME$$), they are replaced with the value of the
appropriate variable. After all of the variables are bound, the softkey executes a
GET on the URI.
Example
For example, if the administrator specifies an XML softkey with the value:
http://10.50.10.140/script.pl?name=$$SIPUSERNAME$$
This softkey executes a GET on:
http://10.50.10.140/script.pl?name=42512
assuming that the sip username of the specific line is 42512.
You can configure the XML softkey URI variables via the configuration files or
the Aastra Web UI.
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Use the following procedures to configure XML Softkey URIs using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section,
“Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters” on page A-93.
Aastra Web UI
For the 480i/480i CT:
1
Click on Operation->Softkeys and XML.
2
Select a key from keys 1 through 20.
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In the "Type" field, select XML from the list box.
4
In the "Label" field, enter a label that displays on the IP phone for the XML softkey. For example,
"aastra".
5
In the "Value" field, enter the URI that the phone performs a GET on when the key is pressed. For
example:
http://10.50.10.140/script.pl?name=$$SIPUSERNAME$$
Note: You can use the following variables in the URI:
• $$SIPUSERNAME$$
• $$SIPAUTHNAME$$
• $$PROXYURL$$
• $$REMOTENUMBER$$
• $$DISPLAYNAME$$
• $$INCOMINGNAME$$
6
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to save your changes.
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For the 9112i/9133i:
1
Click on Operation->Programmable Keys.
9112i Screen.
9133i Screen
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On the 9112i, select a key from keys 1 through 2.
On the 9133i, select a key from keys 1 through 7.
3
In the "Type" field, select XML from the list box.
4
On the 9133i, in the "Label" field, enter a label that displays on the IP phone for the XML softkey. For
example, "aastra".
Note: The “Label” field does not apply to the 9112i.
5
In the "Value" field, enter the URI that the phone performs a GET on when the key is pressed. For
example:
http://10.50.10.140/script.pl?name=$$SIPUSERNAME$$
Note: You can use the following variables in the URI:
• $$SIPUSERNAME$$
• $$SIPAUTHNAME$$
• $$PROXYURL$$
• $$REMOTENUMBER$$
• $$DISPLAYNAME$$
• $$INCOMINGNAME$$
6
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
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SIP Local Dial Plan
The IP phones have local dial plan capacity. You configure the SIP Local Dial
Plan using the Aastra Web UI or the configuration files.
The IP phone SIP local dial plan available symbols are as follows:
Symbol
Description
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Digit symbol
X
Match any digit symbol (wildcard)
*, #, .
Other keypad symbol
|
Expression inclusive OR
+
0 or more of the preceding digit symbol or [] expression
[]
Symbol inclusive OR
-
Used only with [], represent a range of acceptable symbols;
For example, [2-8]
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A dial plan describes the number and pattern of digits that a user dials to reach a
particular telephone number. Access codes, area codes, specialized codes, and
combinations of the number of digits dialed are all part of a dial plan. For
instance, the North American Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) uses a
10-digit dial plan that includes a 3-digit area code and a 7-digit telephone number.
Most PBXs support variable length dial plans that use 3 to 11 digits. Dial plans
must comply with the telephone networks to which they connect. Only totally
private voice networks that are not linked to the PSTN or to other PBXs can use
any dial plan.
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An example of a SIP Local Dial Plan is:
[01]XXX|[2-8]XXXX|91XXXXXX
XXXX|X+.|*XX
The dial plan in the above example can accept any 4-digit dial strings that begin
with a '0' or '1', any 5-digit dial strings that begin with a '2' up to '8', any 12-digit
dial strings that begin with '91', any non-empty digit string that ends with a '.' or
any 2-digit code that begins with a '*'.
Prefix Dialing
The IP phones support a prefix dialing feature for outgoing calls.
You can manually dial a number or dial a number from a list. The phone
automatically maps the pre-configured prepended digit in the configuration, to the
outgoing number. When a match is found, the prepended digits are added to the
beginning of the dial string and the call is dialed.
Note: The prepend digits are also added if the dialing times-out on a
partial match.
You can enable this feature by adding a prepend digit(s) to the end of the Local
Dial Plan parameter string in the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI at
Basic Settings->Preferences->General.
For example, if you add a prepend map of “[2-9]XXXXXXXXX,91”, the IP
phone adds the digits “91” to any 10-digit number beginning with any digit from 2
to 9 that is dialed out. Other examples of prepend mappings are:
•
1X+#,9 (Prepends 9 to any digit string beginning with “1” and terminated
with “#”.)
•
6XXX,579 (Prepends “579” to any 4-digit string starting with “6”.)
•
[4-6]XXXXXX,78 (Prepends “78” to any 7-digit string starting with “4”, “5”, or “6”.)
Note: You can configure a local dial plan via the configuration files or
the Aastra Web UI.
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Example
sip dial plan: 1+#,9
where “9” is the prepended digit, and you dial the following number:
15551212
the IP phone automatically adds the “9” digit to the beginning of the dialed
number before the number is forwarded as 915551212.
Note: You can configure a local dial plan via the configuration files or
the Aastra Web UI.
SIP Dial Plan Terminator
The IP phone allows the configuration of a dial plan terminator. When you
configure the IP phone to use a dial plan terminator or timeout (such as the pound
symbol (#)) the phone waits 4 or 5 seconds after you pick up the handset or press
a key to make a call.
You can configure the dial plan terminator using Aastra Web UI or the
configuration files.
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Configuring the SIP Local Dial Plan
Use the following procedures to configure the SIP Local Dial Plan using the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “SIP Local Dial
Plan Settings” on page A-32.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences.
2
In the "Local Dial Plan" field, enter a valid local dial plan (up to 127 alphanumeric characters) for the
IP phone. Default is X+#|XX+*. Enter prepended digits as required.
3
Enable the "Send Dial Plan Terminator" field by checking the check box. (Disable this field by
unchecking the box). Default is disabled.
4
In the "Digit Timeout (in seconds)" field, enter a timeout value. This is the length of time the phone
waits before dialing. Default is 4 seconds.
5
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
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Click on Operation->Reset.
7
In the "Restart Phone" field click
phone.
to restart the IP phone and apply the dial plan to the IP
Optional for all models:
8
In addition to configuring the dial plan and dial plan terminator above, you can also configure names
that are displayed on the idle screen rather than the user name and phone number, respectively.
a
In the "Idle Display Name 1" field, enter a name that displays on the IP phone when the phone is
idle.
b
In the "Idle Display Name 2" field, enter another name that displays on the IP phone when the
phone is idle.
c
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
d
Click on Operation->Reset.
e
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Incoming/Outgoing Intercom with Auto-Answer
(Intercom applicable to 480i/480i CT only)
The Intercom feature on the IP phones allows you to press the Icom button
(]) and then enter the number you want to call to initiate an intercom
call. Intercom calls can be controlled either locally (phone-side) or by the SIP
server (server-side).
Note: Auto-answer is applicable to all IP phone models, but the Intercom
feature is applicable to the 480i and 480i CT only.
Outgoing Intercom Calls
On outgoing intercom calls, an available unused line is found when the Icom
button is pressed. Since this line has no configuration, the phone applies an
existing configuration ("Outgoing Intercom Settings", Line, default is Line 1) to
this line in preparation for placing the intercom call. For example, an outgoing
intercom call can use the configuration of line 1 but places the actual intercom call
using line 9.
A phone-side Intercom call indicates the phone is responsible for telling the
recipient that an intercom call is being placed, while a server-side intercom call
means the SIP server is responsible for informing the recipient. Server-side calls
require additional configuration of a prefix code. After pressing the Icom button
and entering the number to call, the phone automatically adds the prefix to the
called number and sends the outgoing call via the server.
Incoming Intercom Calls
On incoming intercom calls, you can enable (turn ON) or disable (turn OFF) the
microphone on the IP phone. You can also enable or disable auto-answer. If
auto-answer is enabled on the IP phone, the phone plays a tone to alert the user
before answering the intercom call. If auto-answer is disabled, the phone rejects
the incoming intercom call and sends a busy signal to the caller. By default, the
microphone is disabled and auto-answer is enabled.
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Note: An administrator can configure the incoming and outgoing
Intercom feature. A user can configure the incoming Intercom feature
only.
Use the following procedures to configure Intercom calls and auto-answer on the
IP phone.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Intercom and
Auto-Answer Settings” on page A-82.
Aastra Web UI
Outgoing intercom settings:
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->Outgoing Intercom Settings.
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files or the Aastra Web UI.
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Select an Intercom type for outgoing Intercom calls from the Type list box.
Valid values are Phone-Side, Server-Side, Off. Default is Off.
3
If Server-Side is selected, enter a prefix to add to the phone number in the "Prefix Code" field.
Note: For Sylantro servers, enter *96.
4
If Phone-Side or Server-Side is selected, select a line from the Line list box for which you want the IP
phone to use as its configuration on the Intercom call.
Note: The IP phone uses the configuration from the line you select from this list box. The call itself is
made using the first available line at the time of the call.
5
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
6
Click on Operation->Reset.
7
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone.
Incoming intercom settings:
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The "Microphone Mute" field is enabled by default. The microphone is muted on the IP phone for
Intercom calls made by the originating caller. To disable this field, uncheck the box.
3
The "Auto-Answer" field is enabled by default. The automatic answering feature is turned on for the
IP phone for answering Intercom calls. To disable this field, uncheck the box.\
Note: If the Auto-Answer field is not checked (disabled), the phone rejects the incoming intercom call
and sends a busy signal to the caller.
4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustments
The audio gain properties for the IP phone handset, headset, and speakerphone is
adjusted to reduce side-tone and echo on the local and far-end equipment. You can
adjust these settings from -10 db to +10 db to best suit your comfort level and
deployment environment by using the following parameters in the configuration
files:
•
headset tx gain
•
headset sidetone gain
•
handset tx gain
•
handset sidetone gain
•
handsfree tx gain
•
audio mode
The default setting for these parameters is 0 (zero).
Note: Aastra Telecom recommends you leave the default of 0 (zero) as
the settings for these parameters.
The following table describes each parameter.
Parameter
Description
Headset tx gain
The increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal transmitted from
the headset microphone to t he far-end party.
Headset sidetone gain
The increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of sidetone signal from the
headset microphone to the headset speaker.
Handset tx gain
The increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal transmitted from
the handset microphone to the far-end party.
Handset sidetone gain
The increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of sidetone signal from the
handset microphone to the handset speaker.
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Handsfree tx gain
The increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal transmitted from
the base microphone to the far-end party.
Audio mode
Allows you to configure how the d/f key (handsfree key) works. Audio
mode has 4 options:
0 (Speaker) - Calls can be made or received using the handset or
handsfree speakerphone and can be switched between the two modes by
pressing the d /fkey. When on speaker, you can return to using the
handset by placing the handset on the cradle and picking it up again.
1 (Headset) - Calls can be made or received using the headset. Calls can
be switched between the headset and handset by pressing the d /fkey.
2 (Speaker/Headset) - Incoming calls are sent to the speakerphone . By
pressing the d /fkey, you can switch between the handsfree
speakerphone, the headset, and the handset.
3 (Headset/Speaker) - Incoming calls are sent to the headset. By pressing
the d /fkey, you can switch between the headset, the handsfree
speakerphone, and the handset.
Configuring Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustments
You can configure the audio transmit and gain adjustments using the configuration
files only.
Use the following procedure to configure this feature.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Audio Transmit
and Receive Gain Adjustment Settings” on page A-85.
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Ring Tones and Tone Sets
You can configure ring tones and ring tone sets on the IP phones.
Ring Tones
There are several distinct ring tones a user or administrator can select from to set
on the IP phones. You can enable/disable these ring tones on a global basis or on a
per-line basis.
The following table identifies the valid settings and default values for eac h type
of configuration method.
Ring Tone Settings Table
Configuration Method
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Valid Values
Default Value
Global:
0 (Tone1)
1 (Tone 2)
2 (Tone 3)
3 (Tone 4)
4 (Tone 5)
5 (Silent)
Global:
0 (tone 1)
Per-Line:
-1 (global)
0 (Tone1)
1 (Tone 2)
Global:
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
Per-Line:
-1 (global)
Global:
Tone 1
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Tone 1
Per-Line:
Global
Tone 1
Tone 2
Per-Line:
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Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
Tone 5
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Ring Tone Sets
In addition to ring tones, you can configure ring tone sets on a global-basis on the
IP phones. Ring tone sets consist of tones customized for a specific country. The
ring tone sets you can configure on the IP phones are:
•
US (Default - also used in Canada)
•
United Kingdom
•
Italy
•
Germany
•
France
•
Europe (generic tones)
•
Australia
When you configure the country's tone set, the country-specific tone is heard on
the phone for the following:
- dial tone
- secondary dial tone
- ring tone
- busy tone
- congestion tones
- call waiting tone
- ring cadence pattern
You configure ring tones and tone sets using the Aastra Web UI, IP Phone UI, or
configuration files. However, when using the IP phone UI, you can set global
configuration only.
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Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for ring tones, see Appendix A, the section,
“Ring Tone and Tone Set Global Settings” on page A-72 or “Ring Tone Per-Line Settings” on page A-73.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
For global configuration only:
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Tones.
3
Select Set Ring Tone.
4
Select the type of ring tone (Tone 1 through Tone 5, or Silent).
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done.
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Step
Action
5
Select Tone Set.
6
Select the country for which you want to apply the tone set.
Valid values are Australia, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, UK, and US. Default is US.
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Set.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done.
The ring tone and tone set you select is immediately applied to the IP phone.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences.
For global configuration:
2
In the "Ring Tones" section, select a country from the "Tone Set" field.
3
Select a value from the "Global Ring Tone" field.
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For per-line configuration:
4
In the "Ring Tone" section, select a line for which you want to set ring tone.
5
Select a value from the "LineN" field.
Note: See the “Ring Tone Settings Table” on page 5-118 for valid values.
6
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
7
Click on Operation->Reset.
8
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Priority Alerting
Priority alerting on the IP phones is a feature that allows incoming calls to trigger
pre-defined ringing or call waiting alert tones.
You can enable or disable priority alerting on the IP phone for the Asterisk,
Broadworks, and Sylantro servers using the configuration files and the Aastra
Web UI. Configuration of priority alerting is on a global-basis only.
How Priority Alerting Works
When the IP phone detects an incoming call, the phone firmware inspects the
INVITE request in the IP packet for an "Alert-Info" header.
If it contains an "Alert-Info" header, the firmware strips out the URL and keyword
parameter and maps it to the appropriate Bellcore tone.
If there is no keyword parameter in the "Alert-Info" header, or the INVITE
message contains no "Alert-Info" header, then the IP phone firmware uses the
Bellcore standard ring tone.
Asterisk/Broadworks Servers
The ring tone keywords that can display in the "Alert-Info" header for an Asterisk
and Broadworks server are:
Asterisk/Broadworks Sesrver
Ring Tone Keywords
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
When the ring tone keywords appear in an "Alert-Info" header from an Asterisk or
Broadworks server, the IP phone maps the keywords to the default ring tone
patterns.
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Sylantro Sesrver
Ring Tone Keywords
alert-acd (auto call distribution)
alert-community-1
alert-community-2
alert-community-3
alert-community-4
alert-emergency
alert-external
alert-group
alert-internal
alert-priority
When the ring tone keywords appear in an "Alert-Info" header from a Sylantro
server, the keyword is mapped to the ring tone pattern based on the configuration
you set in the Aastra Web UI or the configuration files.
Ring Tone Patterns
In IP Telephony, different ringing patterns have different frequencies and
cadences. Ring cadence is the ringing pattern heard by the called party, before
they pick up the call.
On the IP phones, if you enable priority alerting when using an Asterisk or
Broadworks server, the IP phone uses the following Bellcore-specified tones by
default:
Ring Tone Pattern (Asterisk/Broadworks Servers)
Call Criteria
Bellcore Tones
internal calls
Bellcore-dr2
external calls
Bellcore-dr3
calls with contact list
Bellcore-dr4
calls with specific time frames
Bellcore-dr5
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The ring tone keywords that can display in the "Alert-Info" header for a Sylantro
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If you enable priority alerting when using a Sylantro server, you can specify the
Bellcore tone to be used for the following configurable criteria:
Ring Tone Pattern (Sylantro Servers)
Call criteria
alert-acd (auto call distribution)
alert-community-1
alert-community-2
alert-community-3
alert-community-4
alert-emergency
alert-external
alert-group
alert-internal
alert-priority
Bellcore tones for each call criteria
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
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Pattern
ID
Pattern
Cadence
Minimum
Duration
(ms)
Nominal
Duration
(ms)
Maximum
Duration
(ms)
(Standard)
1
Ringing
Silent
2s On
4s Off
1800
3600
2000
4000
2200
4400
Bellcore-dr2
2
Ringing
Silent
Long
630
315
800
400
1025
525
Ringing
Silent
Long
Long
630
3475
800
4000
1025
4400
Ringing
Silent
Short
315
145
400
200
525
525
Ringing
Silent
Short
315
145
400
200
525
525
Ringing
Silent
Long
630
2975
800
4000
1025
4400
Ringing
Silent
Short
200
145
300
200
525
525
Ringing
Silent
Long
800
145
1000
200
1100
525
Ringing
Silent
Short
200
2975
300
4000
525
4400
450
500
550
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
3
4
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The following table identifies the different Bellcore ring tone patterns and
cadences.
Note: If the "Do Not Disturb" (DND) or the "Call Forward" (CFWD)
feature is enabled on the server-side, and the user is still waiting for a call,
the "Bellcore-dr5" is a ring splash tone that reminds the user that these are
enabled.
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Call Waiting Tones
Call Waiting is a feature that tells you if a new caller is trying to contact you when
you are already on the phone.
A discreet tone alerts you to the new caller, so you can answer your second
incoming call by putting your first caller on hold.
The IP phones use the following Bellcore-specified call waiting tones.
Bellcore
Call-Waiting Tone
Pattern
ID
Pattern
Minimum
Duration
(ms)
Nominal
Duration
(ms)
Maximum
Duration
(ms)
CallWaitingTone 1
1
Tone On
270
300
330
Bellcore-dr2
CallWaitingTone2
2
Tone On
Tone Off
90
90
100
100
110
110
Bellcore-dr3
CallWaitingTone3
3
Tone On
Tone Off
90
90
100
100
110
110
Tone On
Tone Off
Tone On
Tone Off
90
90
90
90
100
100
100
100
110
110
110
110
Tone On
Tone Off
270
90
300
100
330
110
Bellcore-dr4
CallWaitingTone4
4
For Asterisk and Broadworks servers, call waiting tones are specified by the
default Bellcore tones indicated in the table Ring Tone Pattern (Asterisk/
Broadworks Servers) on page 125.
For Sylantro servers, call waiting tones are specified by the Bellcore tones you
configure in the Aastra Web UI or the configuration files. See the table Ring Tone
Pattern (Sylantro Servers) on page 126.
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Configuring Priority Alerting
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for priority alerting, see Appendix A, the
section, “Priority Alert Settings” on page A-75.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences.
2
In the "Priority Alerting Settings" section, enable the "Enable Priority Alerting" field by checking the
check box. (Disable this field by unchecking the box).
For Sylantro Servers:
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3
Select a ring tone pattern for each of the following fields:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
4
Group
Internal
External
Emergency
Priority
auto call distribution
community-1
community-2
community-3
community-4
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Stuttered Dial Tone
You can configure this feature using the configuration files and the Aastra Web
UI.
Configuring Stuttered Dial Tone
Use the folllowing procedures to configure stuttered dial tone on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling stuttered dial tone, see
Appendix A, the section, “Stuttered Dial Tone Setting” on page A-74.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->General.
2
Stuttered dial tone is enabled by default.
If required, disable the "Stuttered Dial Tone" field by unchecking the check box.
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3
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
4
Click on Operation->Reset.
5
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Call Waiting Tone
You can configure this feature using the configuration files and the Aastra Web
UI.
Configuring Call Waiting Tone
Use the folllowing procedures to configure a call waiting tone on the IP phones.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling a call waiting tone, see
Appendix A, the section, “Call Waiting Tone Setting” on page A-74.
Aastra Web UI
1
Click on Basic Settings->Preferences->General.
2
A call waiting tone is enabled by default. If required, disable the "Play Call Waiting Tone" field by
unchecking the check box.
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active call and a new call comes into the phone.
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3
Click
to save your changes.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
4
Click on Operation->Reset.
5
In the "Restart Phone" field click
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Language
When you set the language to use on the phone, all of the display screens (menus,
services, options, etc.) display in that language.
Valid languages for the 480i/9112i/9133i include English, French, Spanish,
German, and Italian.
Valid languages for the 480i CT include English, French, and Spanish. Default
language for all model phones is English.
Configuring Language
You configure the language on the IP phone using the Options key on the IP
phone. To configure language using the configuration files, enter the following
parameter:
•
language: <language to set>
Use the following procedures to configure the language for the IP phone.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for setting languages, see Appendix A, the
section, “Language Settings” on page A-80.
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Using the IP phone UI or the configuration files, you can set the phones to use a
specific language to display in the IP Phone UI.
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Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Language.
3
Select In English (English), En francais (French), En espanol (Spanish), In Deutsch (German), or
In italiano (Italian).
Note: Valid values for the 480i CT are English, French, and Spanish only.
4
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Enter and then press Set to confirm the change.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Done.
The language you select is immediately applied to the IP phone UI display.
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Introduction
The IP phones have advanced operational features you can configure using the
configuration files and/or the Aastra Web UI.
This chapter describes each of these features and provides procedures for
configuring each feature.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Advanced Operational Features
page 6-2
MAC Address/Line Number in REGISTER Messages
page 6-3
SIP Message Sequence for Blind Transfer
page 6-5
Update Caller ID During a Call
page 6-6
Boot Sequence Recovery Mode
page 6-7
Auto-discovery Using mDNS
page 6-8
Single Call Restriction (480i CT only)
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This section provides the following information about advanced features of the IP
phones:
Feature
Description
MAC Address/Line Number in REGISTER
Messages
Allows you to enable or disable the sending of the MAC
address and line number from the IP phone to the call
server, in a REGISTER message.
SIP Message Sequence for Blind Transfer
Allows you to enable or disable the phone to use the Blind
Transfer method available in software prior to release 1.4.
Update Caller ID During a Call
Allows you to enable or disable the updating of the Caller ID
information during a call.
Boot Sequence Recovery Mode
Allows you to enable or disable Web recovery mode and set
the maximum boot count on the IP phone.
Auto-Discovery Using mDNS
The IP phones automatically perform an auto-discovery of all
servers on a network using mDNS. When the IP phone
discovers a TFTP server, it is automatically configured by
that TFTP server.
Single Call Restriction (480i CT only)
Allows you to enable or disable a single call restriction
between the 480i CT base unit and a call server.
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MAC Address/Line Number in REGISTER Messages
Aastra-Mac: <mac address>
Aastra-Line: <line number>
The MAC address is sent in uppercase hex numbers, for example,
00085D03C792. The line number is a number between 1 and 9.
The following parameters allow you to enable/disable the sending of MAC
address and line number to the call server:
•
sip send mac
•
sip send line
These parameters are disabled by default. The parameters are configurable via the
configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuring the MAC address/Line Number in REGISTER Message
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling MAC address and line
number, see Appendix A, the section, “Advanced Operational Parameters” on page A-103.
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The IP phones can send the MAC address and line number in the REGISTER
packets making it easier for the call server when a user configures the phones via
the Aastra Web UI or the IP Phone UI. The following two configurable headers
send this information to the call server:
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->Advanced SIP Setting.
2
Enable the "Send MAC Address in REGISTER Message" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box).
3
Enable the "Send Line Number in REGISTER Message" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box).
4
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
5
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Select Operation->Reset and click
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SIP Message Sequence for Blind Transfer
The following parameter allows the system administrator to force the phone to use
the Blind Transfer method available in software versions prior to 1.4:
sip cancel after blind transfer
This parameter is configurable via the configuration files only.
Configuring SIP Message Sequence for Blind Transfer
Configuration Files
For the specific parameter you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling the blind transfer
method, see Appendix A, the section, “Blind Transfer Setting.” on page A-104.
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The SIP message sequence for Blind Transfer avoids the transfer target having
two simultaneous calls. Prior to release 1.4, a CANCEL message was sent to the
transfer target (if it was in a ringing state) after sending a REFER to the transferee
to complete the transfer. In the 1.4 and later releases, the CANCEL is now sent
before the REFER message.
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Update Caller ID During a Call
It is possible for a proxy or call server to update the Caller ID information that
displays on the phone during a call, by modifying the SIP Contact header in the
200 OK message and/or in a re-INVITE message. The phone displays the
updated name and number information contained within the Contact header.
The following parameter allows the system administrator to enable or disable this
feature:
sip update callerid:
This parameter is configurable via the configuration files only.
Configuring Update Caller ID During a Call
Configuration Files
For the specific parameter you can set in the configuration files for enabling/disabling the update of caller ID
during a call, see Appendix A, the section, “Update Caller ID Setting.” on page A-105.
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Boot Sequence Recovery Mode
You can disable this feature using the following parameter in the configuration
files:
•
force web recovery mode disabled
Valid values for this parameter are 0 (false) and 1 (true). Default is 0 (false).
A boot counter increments after each faulty boot. When the counter reaches a
predetermined value, it forces Web recovery mode. The counter is reset to zero
upon a successful boot.
The predetermined value is set using the following parameter in the configuration
files:
•
max boot count
A zero (0) value disables this feature. The default value is 10.
You can configure the boot sequence recovery mode parameters using the
configuration files only.
Configuring Boot Sequence Recovery Mode
Configuration Files
For the specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for boot sequence recovery mode, see
Appendix A, the section, “Boot Sequence Recovery Mode.” on page A-105.
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You can force the IP phone into recovery mode by pressing the 1 and # keys
during boot up when the logo displays. This feature is enabled by default on the IP
phone.
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The IP phones can perform an auto-discovery of all servers on a network using
mDNS. When the IP phone discovers a TFTP server, it is automatically
configured by that TFTP server.
An unconfigured phone (phone right out of the box) added to a network, attempts
to auto-discover a configuration server on the network without any end-user
intervention. When it receives DHCP option 66 (TFTP server), it automatically
gets configured by the TFTP server.
An already configured phone (either previously configured by auto-discovery or
manually configured) added to a network, uses its predefined configuration to
boot up.
Notes:
1. Configuration parameters received via DHCP do not constitute
configuration information, with the exception of a TFTP server.
Therefore, you can plug a phone into a DHCP environment, still use the
auto-discovery process, and still allow the use of the TFTP server
parameter to set the configuration server.
2. DHCP option 66 (TFTP server details) overrides the mDNS phase of
the auto-discovery. Therefore, the DHCP option takes priority and the
remaining process of auto-discovery continues.
3. As the phone performs auto-discovery, all servers in the network
(including the TFTP server), display in the phone window. However, only
the server configured for TFTP automatically configures the phone.
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Single Call Restriction (480i CT only)
When this feature is enabled (set to 1), you can make separate active calls from
the 480i CT base unit and from the cordless handset. If this feature is disabled (set
to 0), only one call can be active at a time either from the base unit or from the
handset. When this feature is disabled, and you make an active call on either the
base unit or the handset, any other attempt to make an active call is put on hold.
Also, when this feature is disabled, more than one call can negotiate complex
audio codecs since only a single call is decoding audio at a time.
You can configure this feature via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Configuring Single Call Restriction.
Configuration Files
For the specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for single call restriction on the 480i CT, see
Appendix A, the section, “Single Call Restriction” on page A-106.
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On the 480i CT, an administrator can enable or disable a single call restriction
between the 480i CT base unit and a call server.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings.
2
Enable the "Two Call Support" field by checking the check box.
(Disable this field by unchecking the box).
3
Click
to save your settings.
Note: The session prompts you to restart the IP phone to apply the configuration settings.
4
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Select Operation->Reset and click
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Introduction
This chapter provides information about encryption on the IP phones and provides
methods an administrator can use to store encryped files to a server.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Encryption and the IP Phone
page 7-2
Configuration File Encryption Method
page 7-2
Procedure to Encrypt/Decrypt Configuration Files
page 7-3
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Encryption and the IP Phone
An encryption feature for the IP phone allows Service Providers the capability of
storing encrypted files on their server to protect against unauthorized access and
tampering of sensitive information (i.e., user accounts, login passwords,
registration information). Service Providers also have the capability of locking a
phone to use a specific server-provided configuration only.
Configuration File Encryption Method
Only a System Administrator can encrypt/decrypt the configurations files for an
IP Phone.
System Administrators use a password distribution scheme to manually
pre-configure or automatically configure the phones to use the encrypted
configuration with a unique key.
From a Microsoft Windows command line, the System Administrator uses an
Aastra-supplied encryption tool called "anacrypt.exe".
Note: Aastra also supplies encryption tools to support Linux platforms
(anacrypt.linux) and Solaris platforms (anacrypt.sunos) if required.
This tool processes the plain text <mac>.cfg and aastra.cfg files and creates
triple-DES encyrpted versions called <mac>.tuz and aastra.tuz. Encryption is
performed using a secret password that is chosen by the administrator.
The encryption tool is also used to create an additional encrypted tag file called
security.tuz, which controls the decryption process on the IP phones. If
security.tuz is present on the TFTP/FTP/HTTP server, the IP phones download it
and use it locally to decrypt the configuration information from the aastra.tuz and
<mac>.tuz files. Because only the encrypted versions of the configuration files
need to be stored on the server, no plain-text configuration or passwords are sent
across the network, thereby ensuring security of the configuration data.
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Note: If the use of encrypted configuration files is enabled (via
security.tuz or pre-provisioned on the IP phone) the aastra.cfg and
<mac>.cfg files are ignored, and only the encrypted equivalent files
aastra.tuz and <mac>.tuz are read.
Procedure to Encrypt/Decrypt Configuration Files
To encrypt the IP phone configuration files:
1.
Open a command line window application (i.e., DOS window).
2.
At the prompt, enter anacrypt.exe and press <Return>.
C:\> anacrypt.exe -h
Provides encryption and decryption of the configuration files used for the family
of Aastra IP phones, using 56bit triple-DES and site-specific keys.
Copyright (c) 2005, Aastra Technologies, Ltd.
Copyright (c) 1999, Philip J. Erdelsky
Usage:
anacrypt infile.{cfg|tuz} [-o outfile] [-p password] [-h]
[-v] Display version number
[-h] Display program help text
[-o [device:][path]] Writes output file on specific device or path
[-p password] Password used to generate the cryptographic key
Restrictions:
Infile extension determines operation, .cfg=plaintext to be encrypted,
.tuz=ciphertext to be decrypted. Outfile extension is opposite of input.
Filenames may optionally include any non-wildcard subset of [device:][\path\].
If -p is omitted, user is prompted to interactively enter the password.
Note: 3DES does not validate decryption, incorrect password produces garbage. For
site-specific keyfile security.cfg the plaintext must match password.
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To make changes to the configuration files, the System Administrator must
decrypt the files, make the changes, and re-encrypt the files. The encrypted files
must then be downloaded to the IP phones again.
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Examples
The following examples illustrate the use of the anacrypt.exe file.
Example 1
Encrypt aastra.cfg into aastra.tuz using password 1234abcd:
C:\> anacrypt aastra.cfg -p 1234abcd
Example 2
Decrypt aastra.tuz into aastra.cfg prompting user for password:
C:\> anacrypt aastra.tuz
Example 3
Decrypt mac.tuz using password 1234abcd, display plaintext on console:
C:\> anacrypt aastra.tuz -o CON: -p 1234abcd
Example 4
Encrypt a site-specific keyfile prompting user for password and write the
encrypted file directly into the TFTP server root directory:
C:\> anacrypt security.cfg -o d:\tftp\root
Example 5
Encrypt all config files in C:\data using password 1234abcd and write the
encrypted files directly into the TFTP server root directory:
C:\> FOR %a IN (C:\data\*.cfg) DO "anacrypt %a -o
d:\tftp\root -p 1234abcd"
Example 6
Decrypt all config files in the TFTP root directory using password 1234abcd and
write the resulting plaintext into the Windows temporary directory:
C:\> FOR %a IN (d:\tftp\root\*.tuz) DO "anacrypt %a -o
%TEMP% -p 1234abcd"
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Use the "-v" variable to display version number.
C:\> anacrypt -v
The encryption tag format supported by this anacrypt is: Tuzo v1.3 rev1
The corresponding IP phone firmware build is: 20051017
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Introduction
This chapter provides information about upgrading the IP phone firmware.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Upgrading the Firmware
page 8-2
Manual Firmware Update (TFTP only)
page 8-2
Manual Firmware and Configuration File Update
page 8-4
Automatic Update (auto-resync)
page 8-6
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Firmware Upgrade
Upgrading the Firmware
The IP phone uses a TFTP, FTP, or HTTP server (depending on the protocol
configured on the IP phone) to download configuration files and firmware.
The configuration server should be ready and be able to accept connections. For
information on setting up the configuration server, see Chapter 1, the section,
“Configuration Server Requirement” on page 1-5.
You can download the firmware stored on the configuration server in one of three
ways:
•
Manual firmware update using the Aastra Web UI (TFTP only).
•
Manual update of firmware and configuration files (by restarting the phone
via the IP phone UI or the Aastra Web UI).
•
Automatic update of firmware, configuration files, or both at a specific time
in a 24-hour period (via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI).
Manual Firmware Update (TFTP only)
Use the following procedure to activate a firmware download using TFTP.
Warning: Do not reset or turn off the phone until the download is
complete.
Note: This procedure allows you to download the <phone model.st> file
from a TFTP server even if your phone is configured to use HTTP or FTP.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Firmware Update.
2
Enter the TFTP server IP address or qualified domain name in the "TFTP Server IP" field.
3
Enter the firmware file name (<phone model>.st) that you want to download to your IP phone in the
"File Name" field. For example, 9112i.st.
This file name must match the actual name of the firmware file residing on your configuration server.
4
Click
.
This starts the upgrade process. If the upgrade is successful the following message displays on the
screen: "Firmware Upgrade Successful".
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Manual Firmware and Configuration File Update
Restarting the phone forces the phone to check for both firmware and
configuration files stored on the configuration server.
Warning: Do not reset or turn off the phone until the download is
complete.
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Phone Status.
3
Select Restart Phone.
4
For 9112i/9133i:
Press # to restart the phone.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Restart to restart the phone.
The firmware and configuration files download from the configuration server
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Step
Action
1
Click on Operation->Reset.
2
Click
3
Click OK at the confirmation prompt.
.
The firmware and configuration files download from the configuration server.
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Automatic Update (auto-resync)
The auto-resync feature on the IP phones allows an administrator to enable the
phone to be updated automatically once a day at a specific time in a 24-hour
period if the files on the server have changed. This feature works with TFTP, FTP,
and HTTP servers. An administrator can enable this feature using the Aastra Web
UI or using the configuration files (aastra.cfg and <mac>.cfg).
Note: The automatic update feature works with both encrypted and plain
text configuration files.
When configuring via the Aastra Web UI, the administrator sets the following
parameters:
Mode Time
The Mode parameter determines the type of update that the IP phone performs:
configuration file only, firmware only, or both.
The Time parameter sets the period of time for which the IP phone is
automatically updated.
When configuring via the configuration files, the following parameters must be
set:
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•
auto-resync mode
•
auto-resync time
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Notes:
1. If a user is accessing the Aastra Web UI, they are not informed of an
auto-reboot.
2. Any changes made using the Aastra Web UI or the IP phone UI are
not overwritten by an auto-resync update. Auto-resync affects the
configuration files only. However, the settings in the Aastra Web UI take
precedence over the IP phone UI and the configuration files.
3. If the IP phone is in use (not idle) at the time of the resync check, the
reboot occurs when the phone becomes idle.
4.
The resync time is based on the local time of the IP phone.
5. Auto-Resync adds up to 15 minutes random time to the configured
time. For example, if the auto resync time parameter is set to 02:00, the
event takes place any time between 02:00 and 02:15. This prevents
several phones from accessing the server at the exact same time.
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files for automatic update, see Appendix A, the
section, “Configuration Server Settings” on page A-10.
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Use the following procedures to configure automatic update of the IP phone
firmware, configuration files, or both.
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Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Configuration Server->Auto-Resync.
2
Select the auto-resync mode from the Mode field.
Valid values are None, Configuration Files, Firmware, Both. Default is None.
3
Select the time from the Time (24-hour) field that you want the update to take place.
Valid values are 00:00 to 23:30 (in 30 minute increments).
4
Click
to save your settings.
These changes are not dynamic.
You must restart your IP phone for the changes to take affect.
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to restart the IP phone and apply the update.
The update performs automatically at the time you designated.
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Reference
Firmware Upgrade
For more information about setting automatic update on the IP phone, see the
"auto resync mode" and "auto resync time" parameters, see Appendix A, the
section, “Configuration Server Settings” on page A-10.
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Introduction
This chapter describes tasks that a system administrator can perform on the IP
phones for troubleshooting purposes. It also includes answers to questions you
may have while using the IP phones.
Topics
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Troubleshooting
page 9-2
Troubleshooting Solutions
page 9-6
Why does my phone display “Application missing”?
page 9-6
Why does my phone display the “No Service” message?
page 9-7
Why does my phone display "Bad Encrypted Config"?
page 9-7
Why is my phone not receiving the TFTP IP address from the DHCP
Server?
page 9-8
How do I restart the IP phone?
page 9-9
How do I set the IP phone to factory default?
page 9-11
How to reset a user’s password?
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section describes tasks that a system administrator can perform on the IP
phones for troubleshooting purposes. Using the Aastra Web UI, a system
administrator can:
•
Assign an IP address and IP port in which to save log files
•
Filter the logs according to severity that get reported to log files
•
Save the current local configuration file to a specified location
•
Save the current server configuration file to a specified location
•
Show task and stack status
Aastra Technical Support can then use the information gathered to perform
troubleshooting tasks.
Log Settings
Using the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI, you can specify the location
for which to save files for troubleshooting purposes.
In the configuration files, you use the following parameters to configure log
settings:
•
log ip - The IP address for which to save log files for troubleshooting
purposes.
•
log port - The IP port to use to save log files for troubleshooting purposes.
•
log level - The severity level of the logs to be reported to a log file. (Changes
to this parameter via the Aastra Web UI require a reboot.)
Reference
For more information about the log setting configuration parameters, see
Appendix A, the section, “Troubleshooting Parameters” on page A-107.
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Support Information
You can save the local and/or server configuration files of the IP phone to the
location specified in the "Log Settings" section.
Performing this task allows Aastra Technical Support to view the current
configuration of the IP phone and troubleshoot as necessary.
You can also display task and stack status information about the IP phone. Aastra
Technical Support uses this information for troubleshooting the IP phone when
required.
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In the Aastra Web UI, you can configure the log settings at
Advanced Settings->Troubleshooting->Log Settings.
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Troubleshooting
Performing Troubleshooting Tasks
Use the following procedure to perform troubleshooting on the IP phone via the
configuration files..
Configuration Files
For specific parameters you can set in the configuration files, see Appendix A, the section, “Troubleshooting
Parameters” on page A-107.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Advanced Settings->Troubleshooting.
To set log settings:
2
In the "Log IP" field, enter the IP address of where you want log files to be stored.
3
In the "Log Port" field, enter the port number associated with the IP address specified in the "Log IP"
field. This port passes the information from the IP phone to the IP address location.
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Step
Action
4
Click
5
Click on Operation->Reset.
6
In the "Restart Phone" field click
to save your settings.
to restart the IP phone.
To perform support tasks:
7
To store the local configuration file to the specified location, click on
local.cfg" field.
8
To store the server configuration file to the specified location, click on
"Get server.cfg" field.
9
To display task and stack status information to the screen, click on
and Stack Status" field.
in the "Get
in the
in the "Show Task
Note: The local and server configuration file information and the task and stack status information is
for use by Aastra Technical Support for troubleshooting purposes.
Reference
For information that describes solutions to most common problems using the IP
phones, see the next section, “Troubleshooting Solutions” on page 9-6.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Solutions
Description
This section describes solutions to some most common problems that can occur
while using the IP phones.
Why does my phone display “Application missing”?
If you have experienced networking issues while the phone was downloading the
application from the TFTP server, it is possible that the phone can no longer
retrieve the required firmware file. In the event that the phone is no longer able to
communicate with the TFTP server in its attempt to re-download the firmware and
the phone cannot locate the application locally, the message "Application
missing" displays.
The phone also displays the following: “Recovery web-client at: <IP Address>”.
The IP Address displayed is the IP address of the phone. If the phone is unable to
receive an IP from the DHCP server or has lost its record of its static IP, the phone
auto-assigns itself the default IP 192.168.0.50.
To recover the firmware for your phone in this circumstance, please perform the
following:
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1.
Launch your web browser on your computer.
Note: Your computer needs to be on the same network as your IP Phone.
2.
In the URL, type: “http://<IP Address>” (where IP Address is the IP Address
displayed on the phone). Your browser launches the Aastra IP Phone
Firmware Recovery page.
3.
Call Customer Support and request a <phone model>.st file.
4.
Copy the file to your TFTP server.
5.
Enter the <phone model>.st file that is ready for download.
6.
Enter the IP address or qualified domain name of the TFTP server.
7.
Press the Download Firmware button.
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Why does my phone display the “No Service” message?
The phone displays the “No Service” message if the SIP settings have not been set
up correctly.
The Registrar server could be set to 0.0.0.0. A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables
registration. However, the phone is still active and you can dial using
[email protected] address of the phone. The phone displays "No Service".
If the Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1, line 2,
etc.), then the register request is not sent, the "No Service" message does not
display, and the message waiting indicator (MWI) does not come on.
Check that the "Registrar Server" IP address in the Aastra Web UI at Advanced
Settings->Global SIP is correct. Check the "sip registrar ip" parameter in the
configuration files is correct.
Why does my phone display "Bad Encrypted Config"?
The IP phone displays "Bad Encrypted Config" because encrypted configuration
files are enabled but the decryption process has failed. Specific cases where
decryption fails are:
Reason:
The site-specific password in security.tuz does not match the password used to
encrypt the <mac>.tuz or aastra.tuz files.
Fix:
Encrypt the .cfg files to .tuz using the correct password, or replace the security.tuz
with the correct encrypted file.
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Please ensure that the TFTP server is running and accessible on the network. If the
firmware file is correctly located on the running TFTP server, the phone will
locate the file and reload the application onto the phone.
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Troubleshooting
Reason:
Neither of the <mac>.tuz and aastra.tuz files are present on the configuration
server (TFTP/FTP/HTTP).
Fix:
Create the encrypted files using anacrypt.exe and copy them to the configuration
server.
Reason:
The encrypted <mac>.tuz or aastra.tuz file is encrypted using a different version
of anacrypt.exe than the phone firmware.
Fix:
Run "anacrypt.exe -v" and confirm that the correct version is reported, compared
to the phone firmware version.
Why is my phone not receiving the TFTP IP address from the DHCP
Server?
For DHCP to automatically populate the IP address or qualified domain name for
the TFTP server, your DHCP server must support Option 66. Option 66 is
responsible for forwarding the TFTP server IP address or domain name to the
phone automatically. If your DHCP server does not support Option 66, you must
manually enter the IP address or qualified domain name for the TFTP server into
your IP phone configuration.
For procedures on configuring the TFTP server using the IP phone UI and the
Aastra Web UI, see Chapter 4, the section, “Configuring the Configuration Server
Protocol” on page 4-10.
For specific protocol parameters you can set in the configuration files, see
Appendix A, the section, “Configuration Server Settings” on page A-10.
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How do I restart the IP phone?
Troubleshooting
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Phone Status.
3
Select Restart Phone.
4
For 9112i/9133i:
Press #=Confirm to restart the phone.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Restart to restart the phone.
Note: To cancel without restarting the phone, press Cancel.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Operation->Reset.
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Step
Action
2
Click
3
Click OK at the confirmation prompt.
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Troubleshooting
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select Phone Status.
3
For 9112i/9133i:
Select Restore Defaults.
For 480i/480i CT:
Select Factory Default.
To restore all factory defaults:
4
Select All Defaults.
This option restores all factory defaults, and removes any saved configuration and directory list files.
5
For 9112i/9133i:
Press #=Confirm.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Default.
Note: Press Cancel to cancel the operaiton.
6
Press Restart to restart the phone.
To restore the local configuration file factory defaults only:
7
Select Config only to restore all factory defaults to the local configuration file.
This option removes the configuration file that contains saved parameters set from the Aastra Web UI
or the IP phone UI.
8
For 9112i/9133i:
Press #=Confirm.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Default.
Note: Press Cancel to cancel the operaiton.
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IP Phone UI
Step
Action
9
For 9112i/9133i:
Press #=Confirm.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press Default.
Note: Press Cancel to cancel the operaiton.
10
Press Restart when the phone prompts you to restart the phone.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Operation->Reset.
To restore all factory defaults:
2
In the "Restore to Factory Defaults" field, click
.
This restores all factory defaults, and removes any saved configuration and directory list files.
3
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to restart the phone.
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Step
Action
To restore the local configuration file factory defaults only:
4
In the "Remove Local Configuration Settings" field, click
.
This restores all factory defaults to the local configuration file. It removes the configuration file that
contains saved parameters set from the Aastra Web UI or the IP phone UI..
5
Press
to restart the phone.
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How to reset a user’s password?
IP Phone UI
Step
Action
1
For 9112i/9133i:
Press Ion the phone to enter the Options List.
For 480i/480i CT:
Press % on the phone to enter the Options List.
2
Select User Password.
3
Enter the current user password.
4
Enter the new user password.
5
Re-enter the new user password.
6
Press Enter to save the new password.
A message, "Password Changed" displays on the screen.
Aastra Web UI
Step
Action
1
Click on Operation->User Password.
2
In the "Current Password" field, enter the current user password.
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Step
Action
3
In the "New Password" field, enter the new user password.
4
In the "Confirm Password" field, enter the new user password again.
5
Click
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to save your changes.
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About this appendix
About this appendix
Introduction
This appendix describes the parameters you can set in the configuration files for
the IP phones. The configuration files include <mac.cfg> and config.cfg.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Setting Parameters in Configuration Files
page A-4
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
page A-5
Network Settings
page A-5
Password Settings
page A-8
Aastra Web UI Settings
page A-10
Configuration Server Settings
page A-10
Type of Service (ToS)/DSCP Settings
page A-17
Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Settings
page A-18
Network Address Translation (NAT) Settings
page A-21
Time Server Settings
page A-23
Time and Date Settings
page A-25
SIP Local Dial Plan Settings
page A-32
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Appendix A
Configuration Parameters
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About this appendix
Appendix A
Topic
SIP Basic, Global Settings
page A-35
SIP Basic, Per-Line Settings
page A-43
Advanced SIP Settings
page A-53
RTP, Codec, DTMF Global Settings
page A-58
DTMF Per-Line Settings
page A-60
Silence Suppression Settings
page A-61
Voicemail Settings
page A-62
Directory Settings
page A-63
Callers List Settings
page A-64
Call Forward Settings
page A-64
Missed Calls Indicator Settings
page A-65
XML Settings
page A-66
Action URI Settings
page A-69
Ring Tone and Tone Set Global Settings
page A-72
Ring Tone Per-Line Settings
page A-73
Stuttered Dial Tone Setting
page A-74
Call Waiting Tone Setting
page A-74
Priority Alert Settings
page A-75
Language Settings
page A-80
Suppress DTMF Playback Settings
page A-81
Intercom and Auto-Answer Settings
page A-82
Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustment Settings
page A-85
Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception) Settings
page A-88
BLF Subscription Period Settings
page A-89
Hard Key Parameters
page A-90
Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters
page A-93
Softkey Settings for 480i and 480i CT
page A-94
Programmable Key Settings for 9112i and 9133i
page A-100
Advanced Operational Parameters
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page A-103
MAC Address/Line Number
page A-103
Blind Transfer Setting.
page A-104
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About this appendix
Topic
Page
page A-105
Boot Sequence Recovery Mode.
page A-105
Single Call Restriction
page A-106
Troubleshooting Parameters
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Appendix A
Update Caller ID Setting.
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Setting Parameters in Configuration Files
Appendix A
Setting Parameters in Configuration Files
You can set specific configuration parameters in the configuration files for
configuring you IP phone. The aastra.cfg and <mac>.cfg files are stored on the
server. The aastra.cfg file stores global IP phone configuration settings. The
<mac>.cfg file stores configuration settings specific to the IP phone with that
MAC address. When you restart the IP phone, these files are downloaded to the
phone.
If you make changes to the phone configuration, the changes are stored in a local
configuration on the phone (not on the server).
Configuration changes made to the <mac>.cfg file override the configuration
settings in the aastra.cfg file.
Reference
For information about configuration file precedence, see Chapter 1, the section,
“Configuration File Precedence” on page 1-7.
This section includes the following types of configurable parameters:
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•
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters on page A-5
•
Hard Key Parameters on page A-90
•
Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters on page A-93
•
Advanced Operational Parameters on page A-103
•
Troubleshooting Parameters on page A-107
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Configuration Parameters
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Network Settings
Parameter –
dhcp
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
DHCP
(in Web UI)
Description
Enabling DHCP will populate most of the network information. The DHCP
server should serve the network information that the IP phone requires. If
the IP phone is unable to get any required information then it should be
entered manually. Parameters affected: ip. Use "0" to disable DHCP and
"1" to enable DHCP.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
0 or 1
Example
dhcp: 1
Parameter –
ip
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Ip Address
(in Web UI)
Description
This parameter assigns a static IP address to the IP phone device.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
ip: 192.168.0.25
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Appendix A
The following sections provide the configuration parameters you can configure on
the IP phone. Each parameter table includes the name of the parameter, a
description, the format, default value, range, and example. The table also provides
the method for which the parameters can be configured (IP phone UI, Aastra Web
UI, or configuration files).
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
subnet mask
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Subnet Mask
(in Web UI)
Description
Subnet mask defines the IP address range local to the IP phone.
Format
IP address
Default Value
255.255.255.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
subnet mask: 255.255.255.224
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IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Appendix A
Parameter –
default gateway
Gateway
(in Web UI)
Description
The IP address of the network’s gateway or default router IP address.
Format
IP address
Default Value
1.0.0.1
Range
Not Applicable
Example
default gateway: 192.168.0.1
Parameter –
dns1
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Primary DNS
(in Web UI)
Description
Primary domain name server IP address. For any of the IP address
settings on the IP phone a domain name value can be entered instead of
an IP address. With the help of the domain name servers the domain
names for such parameters can then be resolved to their corresponding
IP addresses.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
dns1: 192.168.0.5
Parameter –
dns2
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Secondary DNS
(in Web UI)
Description
Secondary domain name servers’ IP address.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
dns2: 192.168.0.6
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Appendix A
Password Settings
Parameter –
admin password
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Allows you to set a new administrator password for the IP phone.
Format
Not Applicable
Default Value
22222
Range
Up to 63 alphanumeric characters
Example
admin password: 123456
Parameter –
user password
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->User Password
Operation->User Password
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Current Password
(in Web UI)
Description
Allows you to set a new user password for the IP phone.
Format
Not Applicable
Default Value
Left Blank
Range
Up to 63 alphanumeric characters
Example
user password: 123456
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables password protection of the Options key on the IP
phone. If enabled, upon pressing the Options key, a user has to enter a
password at the IP phone UI. If the password is entered correctly, the user
is allowed to gain access to the Options Menu and no more password
prompts display for other password protected screens. If the user fails to
enter the correct password in three attempts, access to the Options Menu
is denied and the IP phone returns to the idle screen.
Note: The password to enter is the administrator password configured for
that phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 (false; not password protected)
1 (true; password protected)
Example
options password enabled: 1
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Parameter –
options password enabled
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Appendix A
Aastra Web UI Settings
Parameter –
web interface enabled
Configuration Filesaastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the Aastra Web UI for a single IP phone when placed
in the <mac>.cfg file.
Enables or disables the Aastra Web UI for all phones when placed in the
aastra.cfg file.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
Example
web interface enabled: 1
Configuration Server Settings
Parameter –
download protocol
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Download Protocol
(in Web UI)
Description
Protocol to use for downloading new versions of software to the IP phone.
Format
Text
Default Value
TFTP
Range
TFTP, FTP, HTTP
Example
download protocol: FTP
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TFTP Server
(in Web UI)
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->TFTP Server->
Primary TFTP
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The TFTP server’s IP address or qualified domain name. If DHCP is
enabled and the DHCP server provides the information, this field is
automatically populated. Use this parameter to change the IP address or
domain name of the TFTP server. This will become effective after this
configuration file has been downloaded into the phone.
Format
IP address or qualified domain name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
tftp server: 192.168.0.130
Parameter –
alternative tftp server
IP phone UI
Alternate TFTP
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->TFTP Server->
Alernate TFTP
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The alternate TFTP server’s IP address or qualified domain name. This
will become effective after this configuration file has been downloaded into
the phone.
Format
IP address or qualified domain name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
alternative tftp server: 192.168.0.132
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Parameter –
tftp server
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
use alternative tftp server
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->TFTP Server->Select TFTP
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Use Alternate TFTP
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the alternate TFTP server. Valid values are "0"
disabled and "1" enabled.
Format
Not Applicable
Default Value
0
Range
0 or 1
Example
use alternative tftp server: 1
Parameter –
ftp server
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->FTP Server
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
FTP Server
(in Web UI)
Description
The FTP server’s IP address or network host name. This will become
effective after this configuration file has been downloaded into the phone.
Optional: You can also assign a username and password for access to the
FTP server. See the following parameters for setting username and
password.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
ftp server: 192.168.0.131
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->FTP Server
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
FTP User Name
(in Web UI)
Description
The username to enter for accessing the FTP server. This will become
effective after this configuration file has been downloaded into the phone.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 63 alphanumeric characters
Example
ftp username: 480iaastra
Parameter –
ftp password
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->FTP Server
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
FTP Password
(in Web UI)
Description
The password to enter for accessing the FTP server. This will become
effective after this configuration file has been downloaded into the phone.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 63 alphanumeric characters
Example
ftp password: 1234fcs
Parameter –
http server
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->HTTP Server
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
HTTP Server
(in Web UI)
Description
The HTTP server’s IP address. This will become effective after this
configuration file has been downloaded into the phone.
Optional: You can also assign an HTTP relative path to the HTTP server.
See the following parameter.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
http server: 192.168.0.132
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Parameter –
ftp username
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
http path
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->HTTP Server
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
HTTP Path
(in Web UI)
Description
The HTTP sub-directory path name to enter. If the IP phone’s files are
located in a sub-directory beneath the server’s HTTP root directory, the
relative path to that sub-directory should be entered in this field.
Format
dir/dir/dir
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 63 alphanumeric characters
Example
http path: ipphones/480i
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Mode
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server->
Auto-Resync
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables and disables the phone to be updated automatically once a day
at a specific time in a 24-hour period. This parameter works with TFTP,
FTP, and HTTP servers.
Valid values are:
None (0) - Disable auto-resync
Configuration Files (1) - Updates the configuration files on the IP phone
automatically at the specified time if the files on the server have changed.
Firmware (2) - Updates the firmware on the IP phone automatically at the
specified time if the files on the server have changed.
Both (3) - Updates the configuration files and firmware automatically at
the specified time if the files on the server have changed.
Notes:
1. If a user is accessing the Aastra Web UI, they are not informed of an
auto-reboot.
2. Any changes made using the Aastra Web UI or the IP phone UI are not
overwritten by an auto-resync update. Auto-resync affects the
configuration files only. However, the settings in the Aastra Web UI
take precedence over the IP phone UI and the configuration files.
3. The resync time is based on the local time of theIP phone.
4. If the IP phone is in use (not idle) at the time of the resync check, the
reboot occurs when the phone becomes idle.
5. The automatic update feature works with both encrypted and plain text
configuration files.
Format
Integer
Default Value
Aastra Web UI
None
Configuration Files
0
Range
Aastra Web UI
None
Configuration Files
Firmware
Both
Configuration Files
0 (none)
1 (configuration files only)
2 (firmware only)
3 (configuration files and firmware)
Example
auto resync mode: 1
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Parameter –
auto resync mode
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
auto resync time
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server->
Auto-Resync
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time (24-hour)
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the time of day in a 24-hour period for the IP phone to be
automatically updated. This parameter works with TFTP, FTP, and HTTP
servers.
Notes:
1. The resync time is based on the local time of the IP phone.
2. The value of 00:00 is 12:00 A.M.
3. When selecting a value for this parameter in the Aastra Web UI, the
values are in 30-minute increments only.
4. When entering a value for this parameter using the configuration files,
the value can be entered using minute values from 00 to 59 (for
example, the auto resync time can be entered as 02:56).
5. Auto-Resync adds up to 15 minutes random time to the configured
time. For example, if the auto resync time parameter is set to 02:00,
the event takes place any time between 02:00 and 02:15.
6. When the language on the phone is set to French or Spanish, you must
enter the time in the format "00h00" (configuration files only).
Format
hh:mm
00h00 (for French and Spanish configuration files)
Default Value
Aastra Web UI
00:00
Configuration Files
00:00
Range
Aastra Web UI
00:00 to 23:30 (in 30 minute increments)
Configuration Files
hh = 00 to 23
mm = 00 to 59
Example
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Type of Service (ToS)/DSCP Settings
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->Type of Service->SIP
Advanced Settings->Network->
Type of Service,DSCP
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) for SIP packets.
Format
Integer
Default Value
24
Range
0 to 63
Example
tos sip: 3
Parameter –
tos rtp
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->Type of Service->RTP
Advanced Settings->Network->
Type of Service,DSCP
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) for RTP packets.
Format
Integer
Default Value
32
Range
0 to 63
Example
tos rtp: 2
Parameter –
tos rtcp
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->Type of Service->RTCP
Advanced Settings->Network->
Type of Service,DSCP
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) for RTCP packets.
Format
Integer
Default Value
32
Range
0 to 63
Example
tos rtcp: 3
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Parameter –
tos sip
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Appendix A
Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Settings
Parameter –
tagging enabled
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->VLAN->VLAN Enable
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Global
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
VLAN Enable
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables VLAN on the IP phones.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false)
1 (true)
Example
tagging enabled: 1
Parameter –
vlan id
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->VLAN->Phone->VLAN ID
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Port 0
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
VLAN id
(for Port 0 in
Web UI)
Description
VLAN is a feature on the IP phone that allows for multiple logical Ethernet
interfaces to send outgoing RTP packets over a single physical Ethernet
as described in IEEE Std 802.3. On the IP phone, you configure a VLAN
ID that associates with the physical Ethernet
Port 0.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
1 to 4094
Example
vlan id: 300
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SIP Priority
RTP Priority
RTCP Priority
(for Port 0 in
Web UI)
Description
IP phone UI
Options->Network->VLAN->Phone->
Priority->SIP
Options->Network->VLAN->Phone->
Priority->RTP
Options->Network->VLAN->Phone->
Priority->RTCP
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Port 0
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
This parameter is based on the Type of Service (ToS), Differentiated
Services Code Point (DSCP) setting for SIP (tos sip parameter), RTP (tos
rtp parameter) and RTCP (tos rtcp parameter). It is the mapping between
the DSCP value and the VLAN priority value for SIP, RTP, and RTCP
packets.
You enter the tos priority map value as follows:
(DSCP_1,Priority_1)(DSCP_2,Priority_2).....(DSCP_64,Priority_64)
where the DSCP value range is 0-63 and the priority range is 0-7.
Mappings not enclosed in parentheses and separated with a comma, or
with values outside the ranges, are ignored.
Format
Integer
Default Value
3 (based on the default ToS DSCP SIP setting of 24)
4 (based on the default ToS DSCP RTP setting of 32)
4 (based on the default ToS DSCP RTCP setting of 32)
Range
0 to 63 (for DSCP)
0 to 7 (for SIP, RTP, and RTCP priorities)
Example
tos priority map: (24,7)
The following table identifies the default DSCP-to-priority mapping structure.
DSCP
Range
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0
8-15
1
16-23
2
24-31
3
32-39
4
40-47
5
48-55
6
56-63
7
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Parameter –
tos priority map
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
priority non-ip
Priority, Non-IP Packet
(in Web UI)
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->VLAN->Phone->
Priority->Other
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Global
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Specifies the priority value for non-IP packets.
Format
Integer
Default Value
5
Range
0 to 7
Example
priority non-ip: 7
Parameter –
QoS eth port 1 priority
IP phone UI
Priority
(for Port 1 in
Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->VLAN->
Passthrough->Priority
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Port 1
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Specifies the priority value used for passing VLAN packets through to a
PC via Port 1.
Not available on 9112i.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 to 7
Example
QoS eth port 1 priority: 3
Parameter –
vlan id port 1
IP phone UI
VLAN id
(for Port 1in
Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->Network->VLAN->
Passthrough->VLAN ID
Advanced Settings->Network->VLAN->Port 1
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Specifies the VLAN ID used to pass packets through to a PC via Port 1.
Not available on 9112i.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
1 to 4094
Example
vlan id port 1: 3
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Network Address Translation (NAT) Settings
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Appendix A
Parameter –
sip nat ip
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
NAT IP
(in Web UI)
Description
IP address the network device that enforces NAT.
Format
IP Address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip nat ip: 192.245.2.1
Parameter –
sip nat port
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
NAT Port
(in Web UI)
Description
Port number of the network device that enforces NAT.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip nat port: 5060
Parameter –
sip nortel nat support
IP phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Nortel NAT Traversal
Enabled
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the phone to operate while connected to a network
device that enforces NAT.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip nortel nat support: 1
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
sip nortel nat timer
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Nortel NAT Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
The interval, in seconds, that the phone sends SIP ping requests to the
Nortel proxy.
Format
Integer
Default Value
30
Range
0 to 2147483647
Example
sip nortel nat timer: 60
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Time Server Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network->
Advanced Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
NTP Time Servers
(in Web UI)
Description
This parameter enables or disables the time server. This parameter
affects the time server1, time server2, and time server3 parameters.
Setting this parameter to 0 allows the use of the configured Time
Server(s). Setting this parameter to 1 prevents the use of the configured
Time Server(s).
Format
Integer
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
time server disabled: 0
Parameter –
time server1
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network->
Advanced Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Server 1
(in Web UI)
Description
The primary time server's IP address or qualified domain name. If the
time server is enabled, the value for time server1 will be used to request
the time from.
Format
IP address or qualified domain name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
time server1: 192.168.0.5
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Parameter –
time server disabled
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
time server2
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network->
Advanced Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Server 2
(in Web UI)
Description
The secondary time server's IP address or qualified domain name. If the
time server is enabled, and the primary time server is not configured or
cannot be accessed the value for time server2 will be used to request
the time from.
Format
IP address or qualified domain name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
time server2: 192.168.0.5
Parameter –
time server3
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Network->
Advanced Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Server 3
(in Web UI)
Description
The tertiary time server's IP address or qualified domain name. If the
time server is enabled, and the primary and secondary time servers are
not configured or cannot be accessed the value for time server3 will be
used to request the time from.
Format
IP address or qualified domain name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
time server3: 192.168.0.5
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Time and Date Settings
IP phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Time and Date->Time Format
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Format
(in Phone UI)
Description
This parameter changes the time to 12 hour or 24 hour format. Use “0”
for the 12 hour format and “1” for the 24 hour format.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 (12 hr format))
1 (24 hr format)
Example
time format: 0
Parameter –
date format
IP phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Time and Date->Date Format
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Date Format
(in Phone UI)
Description
This parameter allows the user to change the date to various formats.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 (WWW MMM DD)
1 (DD-MMM-YY)
2 (YYYY-MM-DD)
3 (DD/MM/YYYY)
4 (DD/MM/YY)
5 (DD-MM-YY)
6 (MM/DD/YY)
7 (MMM DD)
Example
date format: 7
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time format
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Parameter –
dst config
IP phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Time and Date->Daylight Savings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Daylight Savings
(in Phone UI)
Description
Enables/disables the use of daylight savings time.
Format
Integer
Default Value
3
Range
0 - OFF
1 - 30 min summertime
2 - 1 hr summertime
3 - automatic
Example
dst config: 0
Parameter –
time zone name
IP phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Time and Date->Time Zone
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Zone
(in Phone UI)
Description
Assigns a time zone name to the time server.
Format
Text
Default Value
US-Eastern
Range
See “Time Zone Name/Time Zone Code Table” below.
Example
time zone name: US-Central
Parameter –
time zone code
IP phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Time and Date->Time Zone
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Time Zone
(in Phone UI)
Description
Assigns a time zone code to the time server.
Format
Text
Default Value
EST
Range
See “Time Zone Name/Time Zone Code Table” below.
Example
time zone code: CST
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Time Zone Code
AD-Andorra
AG-Antigua
AI-Anguilla
AL-Tirane
AN-Curacao
AR-Buenos Aires
AS-Pago Pago
AT-Vienna
AU-Lord Howe
AU-Tasmania
AU-Melbourne
AU-Sydney
AU-Broken Hill
AU-Brisbane
AU-Lindeman
AU-Adelaide
AU-Darwin
AU-Perth
AW-Aruba
CET
AST
AST
CET
AST
ART
BST
CET
LHS
EST
EST
EST
CST
EST
EST
CST
CST
WST
AST
BA-Sarajevo
BB-Barbados
BE-Brussels
BG-Sofia
BM-Bermuda
BO-La Paz
BR-Noronha
BR-Belem
BR-Fortaleza
BR-Recife
BR-Araguaina
BR-Maceio
BR-Sao Paulo
BR-Cuiaba
BR-Porto Velho
BR-Boa Vista
BR-Manaus
BR-Eirunepe
BR-Rio Branco
BS-Nassau
BY-Minsk
BZ-Belize
EET
AST
CET
EET
AST
BOT
FNT
BRT
BRT
BRT
BRS
BRT
BRS
AMS
AMT
AMT
AMT
ACT
ACT
EST
EET
CST
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Time Zone Name
Time Zone Code
CA-Newfoundland
CA-Atlantic
CA-Eastern
CA-Saskatchewan
CA-Central
CA-Mountain
CA-Pacific
CA-Yukon
CH-Zurich
CK-Rarotonga
CL-Santiago
CL-Easter
CN-China
CO-Bogota
CR-Costa Rica
CU-Havana
CY-Nicosia
CZ-Prague
NST
AST
EST
EST
CST
MST
PST
PST
CET
CKS
CLS
EAS
CST
COS
CST
CST
EES
CET
DE-Berlin
DK-Copenhagen
DM-Dominica
DO-Santo Domingo
CET
CET
AST
AST
EE-Tallinn
ES-Madrid
ES-Canary
EET
CET
WET
FI-Helsinki
FJ-Fiji
FK-Stanley
FO-Faeroe
FR-Paris
EET
NZT
FKS
WET
CET
GB-London
GB-Belfast
GD-Grenada
GF-Cayenne
GI-Gibraltar
GP-Guadeloupe
GR-Athens
GS-South Georgia
GT-Guatemala
GU-Guam
GY-Guyana
GMT
GMT
AST
GFT
CET
AST
EET
GST
CST
CST
GYT
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HK-Hong Kong
HN-Tegucigalpa
HR-Zagreb
HT-Port-au-Prince
HU-Budapest
HKS
CST
CET
EST
CET
IE-Dublin
IS-Reykjavik
IT-Rome
GMT
GMT
CET
JM-Jamaica
JP-Tokyo
EST
JST
KY-Cayman
EST
LC-St Lucia
LI-Vaduz
LT-Vilnius
LU-Luxembourg
LV-Riga
AST
CET
EET
CET
EET
MC-Monaco
MD-Chisinau
MK-Skopje
MQ-Martinique
MS-Montserrat
MT-Malta
MX-Mexico City
MX-Cancun
MX-Merida
MX-Monterrey
MX-Mazatlan
MX-Chihuahua
MX-Hermosillo
MX-Tijuana
CET
EET
CET
AST
AST
CET
CST
CST
CST
CST
MST
MST
MST
PST
NI-Managua
NL-Amsterdam
NO-Oslo
NR-Nauru
NU-Niue
NZ-Auckland
NZ-Chatham
CST
CET
CET
NRT
NUT
NZS
CHA
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Time Zone Name
Time Zone Code
PA-Panama
PE-Lima
PL-Warsaw
PR-Puerto Rico
PT-Lisbon
PT-Madeira
PT-Azores
PY-Asuncion
EST
PES
CET
AST
WET
WET
AZO
PYS
RO-Bucharest
RU-Kaliningrad
RU-Moscow
RU-Samara
RU-Yekaterinburg
RU-Omsk
RU-Novosibirsk
RU-Krasnoyarsk
RU-Irkutsk
RU-Yakutsk
RU-Vladivostok
RU-Sakhalin
RU-Magadan
RU-Kamchatka
RU-Anadyr
EET
EET
MSK
SAM
YEK
OMS
NOV
KRA
IRK
YAK
VLA
SAK
MAG
PET
ANA
SE-Stockholm
SG-Singapore
SI-Ljubljana
SK-Bratislava
SM-San Marino
SR-Paramaribo
SV-El Salvador
CET
SGT
CET
CET
CET
SRT
CST
TR-Istanbul
TT-Port of Spain
TW-Taipei
EET
AST
CST
UA-Kiev
US-Eastern
US-Central
US-Mountain
US-Pacific
US-Alaska
US-Aleutian
US-Hawaii
UY-Montevideo
EET
EST
CST
MST
PST
AKS
HAS
HST
UYS
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VA-Vatican
CET
YU-Belgrade
CET
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SIP Local Dial Plan Settings
)
Parameter –
displayName1
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Idle Display Name 1
(in Web UI)
Description
The name displayed on the idle screen rather than the user name and
phone number.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
For 480i/480i CT:
Up to 21 characters (width of LCD)
For 9112i/9133i:
Up to 16 characters (width of LCD)
Example
displayName1: SIPphone1
Parameter –
displayName2
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Idle Display Name 2
(in Web UI)
Description
The name displayed on the idle screen rather than the user name and
phone number.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
For 480i/480i CT:
Up to 21 characters (width of LCD)
For 9112i/9133i:
Up to 16 characters (width of LCD)
Example
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Local Dial Plan
(in Web UI)
Description
A dial plan describes the number and pattern of digits that a user dials to
reach a particular telephone number. The SIP local dial plan is as follows:
SymbolDescription
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Digit symbol
X
Match any digit symbol (wildcard)
*, #, .
Other keypad symbol
|
Expression inclusive OR
+
0 or more of the preceding digit symbol
or [] expression
[]
Symbol inclusive OR
Used only with [], represent a range of
acceptable symbols; For example, [2-8]
“,” (open/close quotes)
In the configuration files, enter the sip dial
plan value using quotes.
Note: You can configure prefix dialing by adding a prepend digit to the
dial string. For example, if you add a prepend map of
“[2-9]XXXXXXXXX,91”, the IP phone adds the digits “91” to any 10-digit
number beginning with any digit from 2 to 9 that is dialed out. Other
examples of prepend mappings are:
•
•
•
1X+#,9 (
6XXX,579 (Prepends “579” to any 4-digit string starting with “6”.)
[4-6]XXXXXX,78 (Prepends “78” to any 7-digit string starting with “4”,
“5”, or “6”.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
X+#|XX+*
Range
Up to 127 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip dial plan: "X+#|XXX+*"
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Parameter –
sip dial plan
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Parameter –
sip dial plan terminator
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Send Dial Plan Terminator
(in Web UI)
Description
The IP phone allows the configuration of a dial plan terminator. When
you configure the IP phone to use a dial plan terminator or timeout (such
as the pound symbol (#)) the phone waits 4 or 5 seconds after you pick
up the handset or press a key to make a call.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
"0" - Disable
"1" - Enabled
Example
sip dial plan terminator: 1
Parameter –
sip digit timeout
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Digit Timeout
(in Web UI)
Description
Represents the time, in seconds, to configure the timeout between
consecutive key presses.
Format
Integer
Default Value
4
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip digit timeout: 6
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SIP Global Authentication Settings
Parameter –
sip screen name
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Screen Name
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
Used to display text on the screen of the phone. You may want to set
this parameter to display the phone user's name.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip screen name: Joe Smith
Parameter –
sip user name
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Phone Number
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
Used in the name field of the SIP URI for the IP phone and for registering
the IP phone at the registrar.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip user name: 1010
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Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
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Parameter –
sip display name
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Caller ID
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
Used in the display name field of the From SIP header field. Some IP
PBX systems use this as the caller’s ID and some may overwrite this
with the string that is set at the PBX system.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip display name: Joe Smith
Parameter –
sip auth name
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Authentication Name
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
Used in the username field of the Authorization header field of the SIP
REGISTER request.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip auth name: 5553456
Parameter –
sip password
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Password
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
The password that will be used to register at the registrar.
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Note: For the 9112i, this parameter is both a global and per-line setting.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip password: 12345
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Configuration Files
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Parameter –
sip bla number
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
BLA Number
(in Web UI)
Description
Allows you to assign a phone number that is shared across all IP
phones.
Format
Integer
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip bla number: 1010
Parameter –
sip mode
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Line mode
(in Web UI)
Description
Allows you to configure the mode of the line. Applicable values are:
• Generic - Normal line
• BroadSoft SCA - Shared Call/Line Appearances (SCA) line for
BroadWorks network (call activity can go to more than one phone)
• Nortel - Conference line for Nortel Networks (private - all call activity
goes to one phone)
• BLA - Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) line.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Valid values are:
0 - Generic
1 - BroadSoft SCA
2 - Nortel
3 - BLA
Example
sip mode: 2
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SIP Global Network Settings.
Parameter –
sip proxy ip
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Proxy Server
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
The IP address of the SIP proxy server for which the IP phone uses to
send all SIP requests.
A SIP proxy is a server that initiates and forwards requests generated by
the IP phone to the targeted user.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not applicable
Example
sip proxy ip: 192.168.0.101
Parameter –
sip proxy port
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Proxy Port
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
The proxy server's port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip proxy port: 5060
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Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Proxy Server
(in Web UI)
Description
The IP address of the backup SIP proxy server for which the IP phone
uses when the primary SIP proxy is unavailable.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip backup proxy ip: 192.168.0.102
Parameter –
sip backup proxy port
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Proxy Port
(in Web UI)
Description
The backup proxy’s port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip backup proxy port: 5060
Parameter –
sip outbound proxy
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
outbound proxy server
(in Web UI)
Description
This is the address of the outbound proxy server. All SIP messages
originating from the phone are sent to this server. For example, if you
have a Session Border Controller in your network, then you would
normally set its address here.
Format
IP Address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip outbound proxy: 10.42.23.13
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sip backup proxy ip
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Parameter –
sip outbound proxy port
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
outbound proxy port
(in Web UI)
Description
The proxy port on the proxy server to which the IP phone sends all SIP
messages.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip outbound proxy port: 5060
Parameter –
sip registrar ip
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Registrar Server
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
The address of the registrar for which the IP phone uses to send
REGISTER requests.
A SIP registrar is a server that maintains the location information of the
IP phone.
A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables registration. However, the phone is still
active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the phone.
If the Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1,
line 2, etc.), then the register request is not sent, the "No Service"
message does not display, and the message waiting indicator (MWI)
does not come on.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip registrar ip: 192.168.0.101
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Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
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IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Registrar Port
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Description
The registrar's port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip registrar port: 5060
Parameter –
sip backup registrar ip
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->SIP Settings
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Appendix A
Parameter –
sip registrar port
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Registrar Server
(in Web UI)
Description
The address of the backup registrar (typically, the backup SIP proxy) for
which the IP phone uses to send REGISTER requests if the primary
registrar is unavailable.
A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables backup registration. However, the
phone is still active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the
phone.
If the backup registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e,
line 1, line 2, etc.), then the backup register request is not sent, the "No
Service" message does not display, and the message waiting indicator
(MWI) does not come on.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip backup registrar ip: 192.168.0.102
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Parameter –
sip backup registrar port
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Registrar Port
(in Web UI)
Description
The backup registrar's (typically the backup SIP proxy) port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip backup registrar port: 5060
Parameter –
sip registration period
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Registration Period
(in Web UI)
Description
The requested registration period, in seconds, from the registrar.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 to 2147483647
Example
sip registration period: 3600
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SIP Per-Line Authentication Settings
Parameter –
sip lineN screen name
Screen Name
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Used to display text on the screen of the phone. You may want to set
this parameter to display the phone user's name.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip line1 screen name: Joe Smith
Parameter –
sip lineN user name
Aastra Web UI
Phone Number
(in Web UI)
Description
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Used in the name field of the SIP URI for the IP phone and for registering
the IP phone at the registrar.
When configuring per-line BLA on an ININ server, the username must be
incremented as shown in the example for the "sip lineN bla number"
parameter on page A-46.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip line1 user name: 1010
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480i, 480i CT, and 9133i. The value of "N" is 1 for 9112i..
Appendix A
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
sip lineN display name
Caller ID
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Used in the display name field of the From SIP header field. Some IP
PBX systems use this as the caller’s ID and some may overwrite this
with the string that is set at the PBX system.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip line1 display name: Joe Smith
Parameter –
sip lineN auth name
Aastra Web UI
Authentication Name
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Used in the username field of the Authorization header field of the SIP
REGISTER request.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip line1 auth name: 5553456
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Password
(in Web UI)
Description
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Appendix A
Parameter –
sip lineN password
The password that will be used to register at the registrar.
Note: For the 9112i, this parameter is both a global and per-line
setting.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Example
sip line1 password: 12345
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
sip lineN bla number
BLA Number
(in Web UI)
Description
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Allows you to assign a phone number that is shared on specific lines on
the IP phone.
For Sylantro Server:
When configuring the BLA feature on a Sylantro server, the value set for
the sip lineN bla number parameter shall be the same value set for the
sip lineN user name parameter for all the phones in the group. For
example, if sip lineN user name is 1010, you would configure BLA on a
per-line basis for the Sylantro server as follows:
sip line1 user name: 1010(# for all the phones)
sip line1 bla number: 1010
For ININ Server:
When configuring the BLA feature on an ININ server, the value set for the
sip lineN bla number parameter shall be the same value set for the sip
lineN user name parameter without the incremented digit added to the
phone #. For example, if the sip lineN user name for the first phone is
10101, and the sip lineN user name for the second phone is 10102, etc.
you would configure BLA on a per-line basis for the ININ server as
follows:
sip line1 user name: 10101(# for phone 1 with)
sip line1 bla number: 1010appearance of phone 3)
sip line1 user name: 10102(# for phone 2 with)
sip line1 bla number: 1010appearance of phone 3)
sip line1 user name: 1010(# for phone 3)
sip line1 bla number: 1010
Note: The original phone number which has the bridged line appearance
on other phones, will have the "sip lineN user name" parameter the same
as the "sip lineN bla number" (1010 in the above example on Phone 3).
Format
Integer
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
Sylantro Server:
sip line1 bla number: 1010
ININ Server:
sip line 1 bla number: 1010
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Line Mode
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Allows you to configure the mode of the line. Applicable values are:
• Generic - Normal line
• BroadSoft SCA - Shared Call/Line Appearances (SCA) line for
BroadWorks network (call activity can go to more than one phone)
• Nortel - Conference line for Nortel Networks (private - all call activity
goes to one phone)
• BLA - Bridged Line Appearance (BLA) line.
• If the softkeys on the 480i/480i CT or the programmable keys on the
9133i are set as line keys, and you configure that line key for BLA,
the key is configured to use BLA.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Valid values are:
0 - Generic
1 - BroadSoft SCA
2 - Nortel
3 - BLA
Example
sip line1 mode: 2
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sip lineN mode
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SIP Per-Line Network Settings.
Parameter –
sip lineN proxy ip
Proxy Server
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The IP address of the SIP proxy server for which the IP phone uses to
send all SIP requests.
A SIP proxy is a server that initiates and forwards requests generated by
the IP phone to the targeted user.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not applicable
Example
sip line1 proxy ip: 192.168.0.101
Parameter –
sip lineN proxy port
Aastra Web UI
Proxy Port
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The proxy server's port number
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 proxy port: 5060
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Backup Proxy Server
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The IP address of the backup SIP proxy server for which the IP phone
uses when the primary SIP proxy is unavailable.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 backup proxy ip: 192.168.0.102
Parameter –
sip linex backup proxy port
Aastra Web UI
Backup Proxy Port
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The backup proxy’s port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 backup proxy port: 5060
Parameter –
sip lineN outbound proxy
Outbound Proxy Server
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
This is the address of the outbound proxy server. All SIP messages
originating from the phone are sent to this server. For example, if you
have a Session Border Controller in your network, then you would
normally set its address here.
Format
IP Address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip outbound proxy: 10.42.23.13
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sip linex backup proxy ip
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Parameter –
sip lineN outbound proxy port
Outbound Proxy Port
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The proxy port on the proxy server to which the IP phone sends all SIP
messages.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip outbound proxy port: 5060
Parameter –
sip lineN registrar ip
Registrar Server
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The address of the registrar for which the IP phone uses to send
REGISTER requests.
A SIP registrar is a server that maintains the location information of the
IP phone.
A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables registration. However, the phone is still
active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the phone.
If the Registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e, line 1,
line 2, etc.), then the register request is not sent, the "No Service"
message does not display, and the message waiting indicator (MWI)
does not come on.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 registrar ip: 192.168.0.101
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Registrar Port
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The registrar's port number
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 registrar port: 5060
Parameter –
sip linex backup registrar ip
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Appendix A
Parameter –
sip lineN registrar port
Advanced Settings->LineN->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Registrar Server
(in Web UI)
Description
The address of the backup registrar (typically, the backup SIP proxy) for
which the IP phone uses to send REGISTER requests if the primary
registrar is unavailable.
A global value of 0.0.0.0 disables backup registration. However, the
phone is still active and you can dial using [email protected] address of the
phone.
If the backup registrar IP address is set to 0.0.0.0 for a per-line basis (i.e,
line 1, line 2, etc.), then the backup register request is not sent, the "No
Service" message does not display, and the message waiting indicator
(MWI) does not come on.
Format
IP address or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 backup registrar ip: 192.168.0.102
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Parameter –
sip linex backup registrar port
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->LineN->
Basic SIP Network Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Backup Registrar Port
(in Web UI)
Description
The backup registrar's (typically the backup SIP proxy) port number.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip line1 backup registrar port: 5060
Parameter –
sip lineN registration period
Aastra Web UI
Registration Period
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Line 1 thru 9
(480i/480i CT/9133i)
Advanced Settings->Global SIP (9112i)
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
The requested registration period, in seconds, from the registrar.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 to 2147483647
Example
sip line1 registration period: 3600
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Advanced SIP Settings
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Explicit MWI Subscription
(in Web UI)
Description
If the IP phone has a message waiting subscription with the Service
Provider, a Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) (LED or display icon) tells
the user there is a message on the IP Phone. You can enable and
disable MWI by setting this parameter to the following:
"0" to disable
"1" to enable
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 (disable)
1 (enable)
Example
sip explicit mwi subscription: 1
Parameter –
Aastra Web UI
sip explicit mwi subscription
period
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Explicit MWI Timeout
(in Web UI)
Description
The requested duration, in seconds, before the MWI subscription times
out. The phone re-subscribes to MWI before the subscription period
ends.
Format
Integer
Default Value
86400
Range
30 - 214748364
Example
sip explicit mwi timeout: 30
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Parameter –
sip explicit mwi subscription
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
sip session timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Session Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
The time, in seconds, that the IP phone uses to send periodic
re-INVITE requests to keep a session alive. The proxy uses these
re-INVITE requests to maintain the status' of the connected sessions.
See RFC4028 for details.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip session timer: 30
Parameter –
sip T1 timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
T1 Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
This timer is a SIP transaction layer timer defined in RFC 3261.
Timer 1 is an estimate, in milliseconds, of the round-trip time (RTT).
Format
Integer
Default Value
500
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip T1 timer: 600
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Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
T2 Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
This timer is a SIP transaction layer timer defined in RFC 3261.
Timer 2 represents the amount of time, in milliseconds, a non-INVITE
server transaction takes to respond to a request.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip T2 timer: 8
Parameter –
sip transaction timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Transaction Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
The amount of time, in milliseconds that the phone allows the callserver
(registrar/proxy) to respond to SIP messages that it sends. If the phone
does not receive a response in the amount of time desginated for this
parameter, the phone assumes the message has timed out.
Format
Integer
Default Value
4000
Range
4000 to 64000
Example
sip transaction timer: 6000
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sip T2 timer
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Parameter –
sip transport protocol
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Transport Protocol
(in Web UI)
Description
The protocol that the RTP port on the IP phone uses to send out RTP
packets.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (UDP)
Range
Valid values are:
0 - Both
1 - UDP
2 - TCP
Example
sip transport protocol: 2
Parameter –
sip registration retry timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Registration Failed Retry
Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the time, in seconds, that the phone waits between registration
attempts when a registration is rejected by the registrar.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1800 (30 minutes)
Range
30 to 1800
Example
sip registration retry timer: 30
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Appendix A
Parameter –
sip registration timeout retry
timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Registration Timeout Retry
Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the length of time, in seconds, that the phone waits until it
re-attempts to register after a REGISTER message times out.
If this parameter is set lower than 30 seconds, the phone uses a
minimum timer of 30 seconds.
Format
Integer
Default Value
120
Range
30 to 214748364
Example
sip registration timeout retry timer: 150
Parameter –
sip registration renewal timer
Aastra Web UI
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Registration Renewal Timer
(in Web UI)
Description
The length of time, in seconds, prior to expiration, that the phone renews
registrations.
For example, if the value is set to 20, then 20 seconds before the
registration is due to expire, a new REGISTER message is sent to the
registrar to renew the registration.
Format
Integer
Default Value
15
Range
0 to 214748364
The value set for this parameter should be between 0 and the value set
for the registration period.
Example
sip registration renewal timer: 10
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RTP, Codec, DTMF Global Settings
Parameter –
sip rtp port
IP Phone UI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Options->SIP Settings->RTP Port Base
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
RTP Port Base
(in IP Phone UI)
RTP Port
(in Web UI)
Description
Indicates the port through which the RTP packets are sent. The RTP
port is used for sending DTMF tones and for the audio stream. Your
network administrator may close some ports for security reasons. You
may want to use this parameter to send RTP data using a different port.
Format
Integer
Default Value
3000
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip rtp port: 5000
Parameter –
sip use basic codecs
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Basic Codecs
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables basic codecs. Enabling this parameter allows the IP
phone to use the basic Codecs when sending/receiving RTP packets.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 - Disable
1 - Enable
Example
sip use basic codecs: 1
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Force RFC2833 Out-of-Band
DTMF
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables out-of-band DTMF. Enabling this parameter forces
the IP phone to use out-of-band DTMF according to RFC2833.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1
Range
0 - Disable
1 - Enable
Example
sip out-of-band dtmf: 0
Parameter –
sip customized codec
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Customized Codec Preference
List
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies a customized Codec preference list which allows you to use
the preferred Codecs for this IP phone.
Format
Comma-separated list of semicolon-separated values
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Valid values for the syntax are:
payload
0 for G.711 m-Law
8 for G.711 a-Law
18 for G.729a
Example
ptime (in milliseconds)
5, 10, 15, 20........90
silsupp
on, off
sip customized codec:
payload=8;ptime=10;silsupp=on,payload=0;ptime=10;
silsupp=off
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Parameter –
sip out-of-band dtmf
Appendix A
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
sip dtmf method
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
DTMF Method
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) method to use on the IP
phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (RTP)
Range
0 (RTP)
1 (SIP INFO)
2 (BOTH)
Example
sip dtmf method: 1
DTMF Per-Line Settings
Parameter –
sip lineN dtmf method
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
DTMF Method
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) method to use on the IP
phone for a specific line.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0 (RTP)
Range
0 (RTP)
1 (SIP INFO)
2 (BOTH)
Example
sip line1 dtmf method: 1
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Silence Suppression Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Silence Suppression
(in Web UI)
Description
Silence suppression is enabled by default on the IP phones. The phone
negotiates whether or not to use silence suppression. Disabling this
feature forces the phone to ignore any negotiated value.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (enabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip silence suppression: 0
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sip silence suppression
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Appendix A
Voicemail Settings
Parameter –
sip lineN vmail
Note: The value of "N" is 1 - 9
for 480i, 480i CT, and 9133i.
The value of "N" is 1 for 9112i.
Configuration Files
Description
Use this parameter in the <mac>.cfg file to configure the phone to dial a
specific number to access an existing voicemail account on a Service
Provider’s server. The user then follows the voicemail instructions for
listening to voicemails.
Note: The phone must have a registered voicemail account from a
server for this feature to be enabled.
When no registered voicemail accounts are registered to the phone, the
display shows "List Empty".
The phone displays up to 99 voicemails for an account even if the
number of voicemails exceeds the limit.
Registered account numbers/URIs that exceed the length of the screen,
either with or without the voicemail icon and the message count, are
truncated with an ellipse character at the end of the number/URI string.
Format
Integer
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
0 to 99
Example
sip line1 vmail: *97
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Note: In the above example, the user would dial *97 to access the
voicemail account.
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Directory Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Directory
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Directory List
(in Web UI)
Description
The name of a directory list that you can download from the configuration
server.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
directory 1: companylist.csv
Parameter –
directory 2
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Directory
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Directory List
(in Web UI)
Description
The name of a directory list that you can download from the configuration
server.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
directory 2: personallist.csv
Parameter –
directory disabled
Configuration Files
Description
Enables or disables the Directory on the IP phone.
If this parameter is set to 0, users can access the Directory List via the IP
phone UI. If this parameter is set to 1, the Directory List does not display
on the IP phone and the Directory key is disabled. On the 480i and 480i
CT the "Directory" option is also removed from the "Services" menu.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
directory disabled: 1
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directory 1
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Appendix A
Callers List Settings
Parameter –
callers list disabled
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the Callers List.
If this parame.ter is set to 0, the Callers List can be accessed by all users.
If this parameter is set to 1, the IP phone does not save any caller
information to the Caller List. For 480i and 480i CT phones, the "Caller
List" option on the IP phone is removed from the Services menu, and the
Caller List key is ignored if pressed by the user
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
callers list disabled: 1
Call Forward Settings
Parameter –
call forward disabled
Configuration Files
Description
Enables or disables the ability to configure Call Forwarding. If this
parameter is set to 0, a user and administrator can configure Call
Fowarding via the Aastra Web UI and the IP Phone UI using the "Call
Foward" options. If this parameter is set to 1, all "Call Forward" options are
removed from the Aastra Web UI and the IP Phone UI, preventing the
ability to configure Call Fowarding.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
callers list disabled: 1
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Missed Calls Indicator Settings
Configuration Files
Description
Enables or disables the Missed Calls Indicator. If the "missed calls
indicator disabled" parame.ter is set to 0, the indicator increments as
unanswered calls come into the IP phone. If the "missed calls indicator
disabled" parameter is set to 1, the indicator is disabled and will NOT
increment as unanswered calls come into the IP phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (flase)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
missed calls indicator disabled: 1
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Parameter –
missed calls indicator
disabled
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
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XML Settings
Parameter –
xml application URI
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML->Services
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
XML Application URI
(in Web UI)
Description
This is the XML application you are loading into the IP phone configuration.
Format
HTTP server path or fully qualified Domain Name
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
xml application URI: http://172.16.96.63/aastra/internet.php
Parameter –
xml application title
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML->Services
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
XML Application Title
(in Web UI)
Description
This parameter allows you to rename the XML application in the IP phone
UI (Services->4. Custom Feature). By default, when you load an XML
application to the IP phone, the XML application title is called "Custom
Feature". The "xml application title" parameter allows you to change that
title.
For example, if you are loading a traffic report XML application, you could
change this parameter title to "Traffic Reports", and that title will display in
the IP phone UI as Services->4. Traffic Reports.
Format
Alphanumeric characters
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
xml application title: Traffic Reports
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Configuration Server
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Appendix A
Parameter –
xml application post list
XML Push Server List
(in Web UI)
Description
The HTTP server that is pushing XML applications to the IP phone.
Format
IP address in dotted decimal format and/or
Domain name address
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Not Applicable
Example
xml application post list: 10.50.10.53,
dhcp10-53.ana.aastra.com
Parameter –
xml beep notification
Aastra Web UI
Basic Settings->Preferences
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
XML Beep Support
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables a BEEP notification on the phone when a status
message object (AastraIPPhoneStatus) containing a “beep” attribute
arrives to the phone.
Changes to this parameter are applied immediately.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (ON)
Range
0 (OFF)No beep is audible even if the beep attribute is present in
the XML object.
1 (ON)The phone beeps when an XML object with the “beep”
attribute arrives to the phone.
Example
xml beep notification: 0
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Parameter –
xml status scroll delay
Aastra Web UI
Basic Settings->Preferences
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Status Scroll Delay (seconds)
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the length of time, in seconds, that each XML status
message displays on the phone.
Note: Changes to this parameter are applied immediately.
Format
Integer
Default Value
5
Range
1 to 25
Example
xml status scroll delay: 3
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Action URI Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Startup
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when a startup
event occurs.
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri startup: http://10.50.10.140/startup
Parameter –
action uri registered
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Successful Registration
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when a
successful registration event occurs. This parameter can use the
following variables:
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
$$PROXYURL$$
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri registered: http://10.50.10.14/registered.php?auth
name=$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
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action uri startup
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Parameter –
action uri incoming
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Incoming Call
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an
incoming call event occurs. This parameter can use the following
variables:
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
$$DISPLAYNAME$$
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
$$INCOMINGNAME$$
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri incoming: http://10.50.10.140/
incoming.php?number=$$REMOTENUMBER$$
Parameter –
action uri outgoing
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Outgoing Call
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an
outgoing call event occurs. This parameter can use the following
variables:
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri outgoing: http://10.50.10.140/
outgoing.php?number=$$REMOTENUMBER$$
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Appendix A
Parameter –
action uri offhook
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Offhook
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an
offhook event occurs.
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri offhook: http://10.50.10.140/offhook
Parameter –
action uri onhook
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Action URI
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Onhook
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the URI for which the phone executes a GET on when an
onhook event occurs.
Format
Fully qualified URI
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
Up to 128 ASCII characters
Example
action uri onhook: http://10.50.10.140/onhook
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Ring Tone and Tone Set Global Settings
Parameter –
ring tone
Global Ring Tone
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->Ring Tones
Options->Tones->Set Ring Tone
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Globally sets the type of ring tone on the IP phone. Ring tone can be set
to one of six distinct rings.
Format
Integer
Default Value
Aastra Web UI :
Tone 1
IP Phone UI:
Tone 1
Configuration Files: 0 (Tone 1)
Range
Aastra Web UI & IP Phone UI
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
Tone 5
Silent
Configuration Files
0 (Tone 1)
1 (Tone 2)
2 (Tone 3)
3 (Tone 4)
4 (Tone 5)
5 (Silent)
Example
ring tone: 3
Parameter –
tone set
Aastra Web UI:
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Tone Set
(in Web UI)
Basic Settings->Preferences->Ring Tones
Options->Tones->Tone Set
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Globally sets a tone set for a specific country.
Format
Text
Default Value
US
Range
Australia
Europe (generic tones)
France
Germany
Italy
UK
US (also used in Canada)
Example
tone set: Germany
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Ring Tone Per-Line Settings
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->Ring Tones
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Line N
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the type of ring tone on the IP phone on a per-line basis. Ring tone
can be set to one of six distinct rings.
Format
Integer
Default Value
Aastra Web UI :Global
Configuration Files:-1 (Global)
Range
Aastra Web UI
Global
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 3
Tone 4
Tone 5
Silent
Configuration Files
-1 (Global)
0 (Tone 1)
1 (Tone 2)
2 (Tone 3)
3 (Tone 4)
4 (Tone 5)
5 (Silent)
Example
line1 ring tone 3
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Stuttered Dial Tone Setting
Parameter –
stutter disabled
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->General
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Stuttered Dial Tone
(in Web UI)
Description
Enable or disables the playing of a stuttered dial tone when there is a
message waiting on the IP phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false)
1 (true)
Example
stuttered disabled: 1
Call Waiting Tone Setting
Parameter –
call waiting tone
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->General
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Play Call Waiting Tone
(in Web UI)
Description
Enable or disables the playing of a call waiting tone when a caller is on an
active call and a new call comes into the phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (enabled)
Range
0 (disable)
1 (enabled)
Example
call waiting tone: 0
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Priority Alert Settings
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Appendix A
Parameter –
prioity alerting enabled
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Enable Priority Alerting
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables and disables distinctive ringing on the IP phone for incoming
calls and call-waiting calls.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (true)
Range
0 (false)
1 (true)
Example
priority alerting enabled: 0
For Sylantro Server only
Parameter –
alert auto call distribution
auto call distribution
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert-acd" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert auto call distribution: 2
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Parameter –
alert community 1
community-1
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert community-1” keyword appears in the header of the
INVITE request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP
phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert community 1: 3
Parameter –
alert community 2
Aastra Web UI:
community-2
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert community-2” keyword appears in the header of the
INVITE request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP
phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert community 2: 4
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Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Appendix A
Parameter –
alert community 3
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
community-3
(in Web UI)
Description
When an "alert community-3” keyword appears in the header of the
INVITE request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP
phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert community 3: 1
Parameter –
alert community 4
Aastra Web UI:
community-4
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert community-4” keyword appears in the header of the
INVITE request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP
phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
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Parameter –
alert external
alert external
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert external" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert external: 4
Parameter –
alert emergency
Aastra Web UI:
alert emergency
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert emergency" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert emergency: 4
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
alert group
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert group" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert group: 4
Parameter –
alert internal
Aastra Web UI:
alert internal
(in Web UI)
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert-internal" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert internal: 4
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alert group
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Parameter –
alert priority
alert priority
(in Web UI)
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Priority Alerting Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
When an "alert priority" keyword appears in the header of the INVITE
request, the configured Bellcore ring tone is applied to the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Normal ringing
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
Normal ringing (default)
Bellcore-dr2
Bellcore-dr3
Bellcore-dr4
Bellcore-dr5
Silent
Example
alert priority: 4
Language Settings
Parameter – language
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Options->Language
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Used to set the language that the phone uses to display messages, etc.
Valid values for 480i/9112i/9133i are:
0 (English)
1 (French)
2 (Spanish)
3 (German)
4 (Italian)
Valid values for 480i CT are:
0 (English)
1 (French)
2 (Spanish)
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 to 4 (for 480i/9112i/9133i)
0 to 2 (for 480i CT)
Example
language: 2
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Suppress DTMF Playback Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Suppress DTMF Playback
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables and disables suppression of DTMF playback when a number is
dialed from the softkeys or programmable keys.
When you disable the suppression of DTMF playback and you press a
softkey or programmable key, the IP phone dials the stored number and
displays each digit as dialed in the LCD window. When you enable the
suppression of DTMF playback, the IP phone dials the stored number and
displays the entire number immediately in the LCD window, allowing the
call to be dialed faster.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
suppress dtmf playback: 1
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Parameter –
suppress dtmf playback
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Appendix A
Intercom and Auto-Answer Settings
Outgoing Intercom Settings (480i/480i CT only)
Parameter –
sip intercom type
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Outgoing Intercom Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Type
(in Web UI)
Description
Determines whether the IP phone or the server is responsible for notifying
the recipient that an Intercom call is being placed.
Format
Integer
Default Value
For Aastra Web UI:
Off (480i, 480i CT and handsets)
For Configuration Files:
3 Off (480i, 480i CT and handsets)
Range
For Aastra Web UI:
Phone-Side
Server-Side
Off (480i and 480i CT handsets)
For Configuration Files:
1 - Phone-Side
2 - Server-Side
3 - Off
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Outgoing Intercom Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Prefix Code
(in Web UI)
Description
The prefix to add to the phone number for server-side outgoing Intercom
calls. This parameter is required for all server-side Intercom calls.
Note: The example below shows *96 for the prefix code which is used for
Sylantro servers.
Format
String
Default Value
N/A
Range
N/A
Example
sip intercom prefix code: *96
Parameter –
sip intercom line
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Outgoing Intercom Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Line
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the line for which the IP phone uses the configuration from,
when making the Intercom call. The IP phone uses the first available line
for physically making the call but uses the configuration from the line you
set for this parameter.
Note: The "sip intercom type" parameter must be set with the Server-Side
option to enable the "sip intercom line" parameter.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
Line 1 through 9
Example
sip intercom line: 1
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sip intercom prefix code
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Appendix A
Incoming Intercom Settings
Parameter –
sip intercom mute mic
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Incoming Intercom Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Microphone Mute
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the microphone on the IP phone for Intercom calls
made by the originating caller.
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
0 (false - microphone is not muted)
1 (true - microphone is muted)
Example
sip intercom mute mic: 1
Parameter –
sip allow auto answer
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->
Incoming Intercom Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Auto-Answer
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the IP phone to allow automatic answering for an
Intercom call. If auto-answer is enabled on the IP phone, the phone plays
a tone to alert the user before answering the intercom call. If auto-answer
is disabled, the phone rejects the incoming intercom call and sends a busy
signal to the caller.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1 (true)
Range
0 (false - do not allow auto-answer)
1 (true - allow auto-answer)
Example
sip allow auto answer: 0
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Audio Transmit and Receive Gain Adjustment Settings
Configuration Files
Description
This is the increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal
transmitted from the headset microphone to t he far-end party. The amount
of Tx gain in the IP phone firmware has been reduced to avoid side-tone
and echo on the local and far-end equipment. This parameter allows you
to adjust the Tx gain settings to best suit your comfort level and
deployment environment.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
-10 db to +10 db
Example
headset tx gain: -5
Parameter –
headset sidetone gain
Configuration Files
Description
This is the is the increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of sidetone
signal from the headset microphone to the headset speaker. The amount
of sidetone gain in the IP phone firmware has been reduced to avoid
side-tone and echo on the local and far-end equipment. This parameter
allows you to adjust the sidetone gain settings to best suit your comfort
level and deployment environment.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
-10 db to +10 db
Example
headset sidetone gain: -1
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Parameter –
headset tx gain
Appendix A
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Parameter –
handset tx gain
Configuration Files
Description
This is the increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal
transmitted from the handset microphone to the far-end party. The amount
of Tx gain in the IP phone firmware has been reduced to avoid side-tone
and echo on the local and far-end equipment. This parameter allows you
to adjust the Tx gain settings to best suit your comfort level and
deployment environment.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
-10 db to +10 db
Example
handset tx gain: -5
Parameter –
handset sidetone gain
Configuration Files
Description
This is the increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of sidetone signal
from the handset microphone to the handset speaker. The amount of
sidetone gain in the IP phone firmware has been reduced to avoid
side-tone and echo on the local and far-end equipment. This parameter
allows you to adjust the sidetone gain settings to best suit your comfort
level and deployment environment.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
-10 db to +10 db
Example
handset sidetone gain: -1
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
This is the increased (+db) or decreased (-db) amount of signal
transmitted from the base microphone to the far-end party. The amount of
Tx gain in the IP phone firmware has been reduced to avoid side-tone and
echo on the local and far-end equipment. This parameter allows you to
adjust the Tx gain settings to best suit your comfort level and deployment
environment.
Note: The example below increases the speakerphone mic transmit gain
by 10 db.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
-10 db to +10 db
Example
handsfree tx gain: 10
Parameter –
audio mode
IP Phone UI
Configuration Files
Description
Allows you to configure how the "handsfree" key on the IP phone operates.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0
Speaker - Calls can be made or received using the handset or
handsfree speakerphone and can be switched between the two
modes by pressing the d /fkey. When on speaker, you can return to
using the handset by placing the handset on the cradle and
picking it up again.
1
Headset - Calls can be made or received using the headset. Calls
can be switched between the headset and handset by pressing the d
/fkey.
2
Speaker/headset - Incoming calls are sent to the speakerphone . By
pressing the d /f key, you can switch between the handsfree
speakerphone, the headset, and the handset.
3
Headset/speaker - Incoming calls are sent to the headset. By
pressing the d /fkey, you can switch between the headset, the
handsfree speakerphone, and the handset.
Example
Options->Set Audio
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
audio mode: 2
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Parameter –
handsfree tx gain
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Appendix A
Directed Call Pickup (BLF Call Interception) Settings
Parameter –
directed call pickup
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
->Directed Call Pickup Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Directed Call Pickup
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the use of "directed call pickup" feature.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
directed call pickup: 1
Parameter –
play a ring splash
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences
->Directed Call Pickup Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Play a Ring Splash
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the playing of a short "call waiting tone" when there is
an incoming call on the BLF monitored extension. If the host tone is idle,
the tone plays a "ring splash".
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
play a ring splash: 1
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Operational, Basic, and Advanced Parameters
BLF Subscription Period Settings
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP
->Advanced SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
BLF Subscription Period
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the time period, in seconds, that the IP phone resubscribes the
BLF subscription service after a software/firmware upgrade or after a
reboot of the IP phone.
Format
Integer
Default Value
3600
Range
120 (2 minutes minimum value)
Example
sip blf subscription period: 180
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Parameter –
sip blf subscription period
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Hard Key Parameters
Appendix A
Hard Key Parameters
This section provides the hard key settings you can use to enable and disable the
Redial, Conf, and Xfer keys on the IP phone.
Parameter –
redial disabled
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the Redial key on the IP phone. If this parameter is set
to 0, the key is active and can be pressed by the user. If this parameter is
set to 1, pressing the Redial key is ignored, and the dialed number is not
saved to the "Redial List".
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
redial disabled: 1
Parameter –
conference disabled
Configuration Files
Description
Enables or disables the Conf key on the IP phone. If this parameter is set
to 0, the key is active and can be pressed by the user. If this parameter is
set to 1, pressing the Conf key is ignored.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
conference disabled: 1
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Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the Xfer key on the IP phone. If this parameter is set
to 0, the key is active and can be pressed by the user. If this parameter is
set to 1, pressing the Xfer key is ignored.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false), 1 (true)
Example
call transfer disabled: 1
Parameter –
map redial key to
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->Key Mapping
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Map Redial Key To
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the Redial key as a speedial key if a value is entered for this
parameter. If you leave this parameter blank, the Redial key returns to its
original functionality.
Note: If you configure the Redial key for speeddialing on the 480i CT
Base Station, the Redial key on the 480i CT handset retains its original
functionality. The Redial key on the handset is not configured for
speeddial.
Format
Integer
Default Value
N/A
Range
N/A
Example
map redial key to: 5551234
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Parameter –
call transfer disabled
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Hard Key Parameters
Parameter –
map conf key to
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Basic Settings->Preferences->Key Mapping
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Map Conf Key To
(in Web UI)
Description
Sets the Conf key as a speedial key if a value is entered for this
parameter. If you leave this parameter blank, the Conf key returns to its
original functionality.
Note: If you configure the Conf key for speeddialing on the 480i CT Base
Station, the Conf key on the 480i CT handset retains its original
functionality. The Conf key on the handset is not configured for speeddial.
Format
Integer
Default Value
N/A
Range
N/A
Example
map conf key to: 5551267
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Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters
Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters
IP Phone
Model
Softkeys
Available
Programmable
Keys Available
Feature Keys
Available
Available
Lines
480i
20
-
-
9
480i CT
20
-
-
9
480i CT
Handset
-
-
15
9
9112i
-
2
-
1
9133i
-
7
-
9
Note: When entering definitions for softkeys, the “#” sign must be
enclosed in quotes.
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This section provides the softkey and programmable key parameters you can
configure on the IP phones. The following table provides the number of softkeys
and programmable keys you can configure, and the number of lines available for
each type of phone.
IP Phone Administrator Guide
Softkey/Programmable Key Parameters
Appendix A
Softkey Settings for 480i and 480i CT
The value of "N" for the following parameters is dependent on the number of
softkeys available on the 480i/480i CT models. See the table above for applicable
values.
Parameter –
softkeyN type
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Type
(in Web UI)
Description
The type of softkey to configure. Valid types are:
• line - Indicates softkey is configured for line use.
• speeddial - Indicates softkey is configured for speeddial use.
• dnd - Indicates softkey is configured for do not disturb on the phone.
This option is "do not disturb" in the Aastra Web UI).
• blf - Indicates softkey is configured for Busy Lamp Field (BLF) use.
User can dial out on a BLF configured key.
• list - Indicates softkey is configured for BLF list use. (This option is
BLF\List in the Aastra Web UI). User can dial out on a BLF List
configured key.
• xml - Indicates the softkey is configured to accept an XML application
for accessing customized XML services. You can also specify an XML
softkey URL for this option.
• flash - Indicates the softkey is set to generate a flash event when it is
pressed on the 480i and 480i CT, or a feature key is pressed on the
480i CT handset.
• The IP phone generates flash events only when a call is connected
and there is an active RTP stream (for example, when the call is not
on hold).
• spre - Indicates the softkey is configured to automatically activate
specific services offered by the server. For example, if the spre value
of *82 is configured, then by pressing the softkey, *82 automatically
activates a service provided by the server.
• park - Indicates the softkey is configured to park incoming calls when
pressed.
• pickup - Indicates the softkey is configured to pick up parked calls
when pressed.
• empty - Indicates the softkey is configured to force a blank entry on
the IP phone display for a specific softkey. The soft keys are added in
order (from softkey1 to softkey20) after any hard-coded keys have
been added. If a particular soft key is not defined, it is ignored.
• lcr - Indicates the softkey is configured for “last call return” when
pressed.
Format
Text
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Range
line
speeddial
dnd
blf
list ("BLF\List" in the Aastra Web UI)
xml
flash
park
pickup
empty
lcr
Example
softkey1 type: line
softkey2 type: speeddial
softkey3 type: lcr
softkey 4 type: xml
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Parameter –
softkeyN label
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Label
(in Web UI)
Description
The text label that displays on the IP phone for the softkey.
The “softkeyN label” parameter can be set for the following softkey types
only:
• speeddial
• BLF
• XML
• Flash
• spre
• Park
• Pickup
Notes:
1. For the 480i and 480i CT phones, an icon appears beside the soft
key label that indicates the status of the line.
2. If the softkeyN type parameter is set to "flash", and no label value is
entered for the softkeyN label parameter, the label of "Flash" is used.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
For line, blf types - Up to 9 characters.
For speeddial type - Up to 11 characters.
Example
softkey1 label: “Line 9”
softkey2 label: “info”
softkey4 label: “johnsmith”
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Value
(In WEb UI)
Description
This is the value you assign to the softkey.
The “softkeyN value” parameter can be set for the following softkey types
only:
• speeddial
• BLF
• spre
• Park
• Pickup
• XML
Notes:
1. For speedial - Value is the phone number or extension to enter for
the softkey.
2. For blf - Value is the extension you want to monitor.
3. For spre - Value is dependent on services offered by server.
4. For Park, Pickup - For valid values, see Chapter 5, the section,
“Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values” on page 5-46. For
Park/Pickup examples, see Chapter 5, the section, “Model 480i/480
CT Examples” on page 5-50.
5. For xml - You can specify a URI to use for this XML softkey. The
variables you can use with the XML softkey URI are:
•
$$SIPUSERNAME$$
•
$$SIPAUTHNAME$$
•
$$PROXYURL$$
•
$$REMOTENUMBER$$
•
$$DISPLAYNAME$$
•
$$INCOMINGNAME$$
Format
Integer
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
N/A
Example
softkey1 value: 9
softkey2 value: 411
softkey4 value: http://10.50.10.140 script.pl?name=$$SIPUSERNAME$$
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Parameter –
softkeyN value
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Parameter –
softkeyN line
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Line
(in Web UI)
Description
This is the line associated with the softkey you are configuring. The
number of applicable lines available is dependent on the specific IP
phone model.
The “softkeyN line” parameter can be set for the following softkey types
only:
• speeddial
• BLF
• BLF/List
• Park
• Pickup
• lcr
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
1 through 9 (for 480i and 480i CT)
Example
softkey1 line: 1
softkey2 line: 5
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Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Operation->Softkeys and XML
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Idle, Connected, Incoming,
Outgoing
(in Web UI)
Description
Displays the status of the phone when a softkey is pressed. You can
enter multiple values (idle, connected, incoming, outgoing) for the
"softkeyN state" parameter.
You must associate the softkeyN state parameter with a specific softkey.
In the following example, the softkeyN states parameter is associated
with softkey 12:
softkey12 type: speeddial
softkey12 label: voicemail
softkey12 value *89
softkey12 states: outgoing
Note: The IP phone idle screen condenses the softkeys. So in the
previous example, softkey 12 will appear in position 1 if no other softkeys
are set. A softkey type of "empty" does not display on the idle screen at
all.
Format
Text
Default Value
For softkey types - Line, DND, speeddial, BLF, BLF List, XML, lcr,
empty:
idle, connected, incoming, outgoing
For softkey type - Flash:
<blank>
For softkey type - Park:
connected
For softkey type - Pickup:
idle, outgoing
Range
Valid values are:
idle
The phone is not being used.
connected
The line currently being displayed is
in an active call (or the call is on hold)
incoming
The phone is ringing.
outgoing
The user is dialing a number, or the
far-end is ringing.
Note: For softkey type, Pickup, values can be: idle, outgoing,
idle outgoing.
Example
softkey1 states: idle incoming outgoing
softkey2 states: connected
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Parameter –
softkeyN states
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Appendix A
Programmable Key Settings for 9112i and 9133i
The value of "N" for the following parameters is dependent on the number of programmable keys
available on the 9112i/9133i models. See the table on page 93 for the applicable values.
Parameter –
prgkeyN type
Aastra Web UI
Operation->Programmable Keys
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Type
(in Web UI)
Description
The type of programmable key to configure. Valid types are:
• line (9133i only) - Indicates softkey is configured for line use.
• speeddial - Indicates programmable key is configured for speeddial
use
• dnd - Indicates programmable key is configured for do not disturb
on the phone. This option is "do not disturb" in the Aastra Web UI).
• blf (9133i only) - Indicates programmable key is configured for Busy
Lamp Field (BLF) use. User can dial out on a BLF configured key.
• list (9133i only; Aastra Web UI only) - Indicates programmable key
is configured for BLF list use. User can dial out on a BLF List
configured key.
• xml - Indicates programmable key is configured to accept an XML
application for accessing customized XML services. You can also
specify an XML softkey URL for this option.
• flash - Indicates programmable key is set to generate a flash event
when it is pressed on the 9112i and 9133i.
• The IP phone generates flash events only when a call is connected
and there is an active RTP stream (for example, when the call is not
on hold).
• spre - Indicates programmable key is configured to automatically
activate specific services offered by the server. For example, if the
spre value of *82 is configured, then by pressing the softkey, *82
automatically activates a service provided by the server.
• park - Indicates programmable key is configured to park incoming
calls when pressed.
• pickup - Indicates programmable key is configured to pick up
parked calls when pressed.
• lcr - Indicates programmable key is configured for “last call return”
when pressed.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
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speeddial
dnd ("do not disturb" in the Aastra Web UI)
blf (9133i only)
list (9133i only; Aastra Web UI only)
xml
flash
park
pickup
lcr
Example
prgkey1 type: speeddial
Parameter –
prgkeyN value
Appendix A
Range
Aastra Web UI
Operation->Programmable Keys
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Value
(in Web UI)
Description
This is the value you assign to the programmable key.
The “prgkeyN value” parameter can be set for the following softkey types
only:
• speeddial
• line
• BLF
• spre
• XML
• Park
• Pickup
Notes:
1.. For speedial - Value is the phone number or extension to enter for
the programmable key.
2.
For line (9133i only) - Value is optional; for example L4.
3.
For blf (9133i only) - Value is the extension you want to monitor.
4.
For spre - Value is dependent on services offered by server.
5.
For xml - Value is IP address of the XML application.
6.
For Park, Pickup - For valid values, see Chapter 5, the section,
“Park/Pickup Call Server Configuration Values” on page 5-46. For
Park/Pickup examples, see Chapter 5, the section, “Model 9112i
Examples” on page 5-51 or “Model 9133i Examples” on page 5-51.
Format
Integer
Default Value
N/A
Range
N/A
Example
prgkey1 value: 411
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Parameter
(9133i only) –
prgkeyN line
Aastra Web UI
Operation->Programmable Keys
Configuration Files aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Line
(in Web UI)
Description
This is the line associated with the programmable key you are
configuring. This parameter is for the 9133i only.
The “prgkeyN line” parameter can be set for the following softkey types
only:
• speeddial
• BLF
• BLF/List
• Park
• Pickup
• lcr
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
1 through 7 (9133i only)
Example
prgkey1 line: 1
prgkey2 line: 5
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Advanced Operational Parameters
MAC Address/Line Number
This section provides the parameters you can set to enable or disable the sending
of the MAC address and line number in REGISTER messages to the call server.
Parameter –
sip send mac
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Send MAC Address in
REGISTER Message
(in Web UI)
Description
Adds an "Aastra-Mac:" header to the SIP REGISTER messages sent
from the phone to the call server, where the value is the MAC address of
the phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip send mac: 1
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The following parameters in this section allow the system admininstrator to set
advanced operational features on the IP phones.
Parameter –
sip send line
Aastra Web UI:
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->
Advanced SIP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Send Line Number in
REGISTER Message
(in Web UI)
Description
Adds an "Aastra-Line:" header to the SIP REGISTER messages sent
from the phone to the call server, where the value is the MAC address of
the phone.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip send line: 1
Blind Transfer Setting.
Parameter –
sip cancel after blind transfer
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Forces the phone to use the Blind Transfer method available in software
prior to release 1.4. This method sends the CANCEL message after the
REFER message when blind transferring a call.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip cancel after blind transfer: 1
Configuration Parameters
Advanced Operational Parameters
Update Caller ID Setting.
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the updating of the Caller ID information during a
call.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (disabled)
Range
0 (disabled)
1 (enabled)
Example
sip update callerid: 1
Boot Sequence Recovery Mode.
Parameter –
force web recovery mode
disabled
Configuration Files
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Description
Enables or disables the forcing web recovery mode feature. If this
parameter is set to "1", you cannot force web recovery. If this parameter
is set to "0", press 1 and # keys during boot up when the logo displays to
force the web recovery mode.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0 (false)
Range
0 (false)
1 (true)
Example
force web recovery mode disabled: 1
Parameter –
max boot count
Configuration Files
Description
Specifies the number of faulty boots that occur before the phone is forced
into Web recovery mode.
Format
Integer
Default Value
10
Range
0 to 32767
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Zero (0) disables the max boot count feature.
Example
max boot count: 0
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sip update callerid
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Single Call Restriction
Parameter –
two call support
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Global SIP->RTP Settings
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Two Call Support
(in Web UI)
Description
Enables or disables the single media path restriction between the
480i CT base unit and the handset.
When this feature is enabled (set to 1), you can make separate active
calls from the 480i CT base unit and from the cordless handset. If this
feature is disabled (set to 0), only one call can be active at a time either
from the base unit or from the handset.
When this feature is disabled, and you make an active call on either the
base unit or the handset, any other attempt to make an active call is put
on hold. Also, when this feature is disabled, more than one call can
negotiate complex audio codecs since only a single call is decoding
audio at a time.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
1
Range
0 - Disable
1 - Enable
Example
two call support: 0
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Troubleshooting Parameters
Troubleshooting Parameters
Parameter –
log ip
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Description
Specifies the IP address for which to save log files for troubleshooting
purposes.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
log ip: 192.168.3.2
Parameter –
log port
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Description
Specifies the IP port to use to save log files for troubleshooting purposes.
This is the IP port that transmits information from the IP phone to the IP
address location.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Any valid IP port
Example
log port: 2
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The following parameters in this section allow the system admininstrator to set
logging and support settings for troubleshooting purposes.
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Troubleshooting Parameters
Parameter –
log level
Aastra Web UI
Configuration Files
Advanced Settings->Troubleshooting
aastra.cfg, <mac>.cfg
Log Level
(in Web UI)
Description
Specifies the severity level of the logs to be reported to a log file. When
this parameter is set to a specific value, only the logs with characteristics
of this value and higher are reported to the log file.
For example, if this parameter was set to “Info”, all logs with a severity of
Info and higher are reported to the log file (debug entries are dropped).
Changes to this parameter require a reboot of the IP Phone.
Log levels are:
Debug - All logs are reported to the log file.
Info - Informational logs and higher are reported to the log file (debug
logs are dropped).
Warn - Warning logs and higher are reported to the log file (info and
debug logs are dropped).
Error - Error logs and higher are reported to the log file (warning, info,
and debug logs are dropped).
Fatal - Fatal errors only are reported to the log file.
Format
Not Applicable
Default Value
0 (Debug)
Range
Aastra Web UI:
Debug
Info
Warn
Error
Fatal
Configuration files:
0 (Debug)
1 (Info)
2 (Warn)
3 (Error)
4 (Fatal)
Example
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Time Zone Name
Time Zone Code
AD-Andorra
AG-Antigua
AI-Anguilla
AL-Tirane
AN-Curacao
AR-Buenos Aires
AS-Pago Pago
AT-Vienna
AU-Lord Howe
AU-Tasmania
AU-Melbourne
AU-Sydney
AU-Broken Hill
AU-Brisbane
AU-Lindeman
AU-Adelaide
AU-Darwin
AU-Perth
AW-Aruba
CET
AST
AST
CET
AST
ART
BST
CET
LHS
EST
EST
EST
CST
EST
EST
CST
CST
WST
AST
BA-Sarajevo
BB-Barbados
BE-Brussels
BG-Sofia
BM-Bermuda
BO-La Paz
BR-Noronha
BR-Belem
BR-Fortaleza
BR-Recife
BR-Araguaina
BR-Maceio
BR-Sao Paulo
BR-Cuiaba
BR-Porto Velho
BR-Boa Vista
BR-Manaus
BR-Eirunepe
BR-Rio Branco
BS-Nassau
BY-Minsk
BZ-Belize
EET
AST
CET
EET
AST
BOT
FNT
BRT
BRT
BRT
BRS
BRT
BRS
AMS
AMT
AMT
AMT
ACT
ACT
EST
EET
CST
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Time Zone Code
CA-Newfoundland
CA-Atlantic
CA-Eastern
CA-Saskatchewan
CA-Central
CA-Mountain
CA-Pacific
CA-Yukon
CH-Zurich
CK-Rarotonga
CL-Santiago
CL-Easter
CN-China
CO-Bogota
CR-Costa Rica
CU-Havana
CY-Nicosia
CZ-Prague
NST
AST
EST
EST
CST
MST
PST
PST
CET
CKS
CLS
EAS
CST
COS
CST
CST
EES
CET
DE-Berlin
DK-Copenhagen
DM-Dominica
DO-Santo Domingo
CET
CET
AST
AST
EE-Tallinn
ES-Madrid
ES-Canary
EET
CET
WET
FI-Helsinki
FJ-Fiji
FK-Stanley
FO-Faeroe
FR-Paris
EET
NZT
FKS
WET
CET
GB-London
GB-Belfast
GD-Grenada
GF-Cayenne
GI-Gibraltar
GP-Guadeloupe
GR-Athens
GS-South Georgia
GT-Guatemala
GU-Guam
GY-Guyana
GMT
GMT
AST
GFT
CET
AST
EET
GST
CST
CST
GYT
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Time Zone Name
Time Zone Code
HK-Hong Kong
HN-Tegucigalpa
HR-Zagreb
HT-Port-au-Prince
HU-Budapest
HKS
CST
CET
EST
CET
IE-Dublin
IS-Reykjavik
IT-Rome
GMT
GMT
CET
JM-Jamaica
JP-Tokyo
EST
JST
KY-Cayman
EST
LC-St Lucia
LI-Vaduz
LT-Vilnius
LU-Luxembourg
LV-Riga
AST
CET
EET
CET
EET
MC-Monaco
MD-Chisinau
MK-Skopje
MQ-Martinique
MS-Montserrat
MT-Malta
MX-Mexico City
MX-Cancun
MX-Merida
MX-Monterrey
MX-Mazatlan
MX-Chihuahua
MX-Hermosillo
MX-Tijuana
CET
EET
CET
AST
AST
CET
CST
CST
CST
CST
MST
MST
MST
PST
NI-Managua
NL-Amsterdam
NO-Oslo
NR-Nauru
NU-Niue
NZ-Auckland
NZ-Chatham
CST
CET
CET
NRT
NUT
NZS
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Time Zone Code
PA-Panama
PE-Lima
PL-Warsaw
PR-Puerto Rico
PT-Lisbon
PT-Madeira
PT-Azores
PY-Asuncion
EST
PES
CET
AST
WET
WET
AZO
PYS
RO-Bucharest
RU-Kaliningrad
RU-Moscow
RU-Samara
RU-Yekaterinburg
RU-Omsk
RU-Novosibirsk
RU-Krasnoyarsk
RU-Irkutsk
RU-Yakutsk
RU-Vladivostok
RU-Sakhalin
RU-Magadan
RU-Kamchatka
RU-Anadyr
EET
EET
MSK
SAM
YEK
OMS
NOV
KRA
IRK
YAK
VLA
SAK
MAG
PET
ANA
SE-Stockholm
SG-Singapore
SI-Ljubljana
SK-Bratislava
SM-San Marino
SR-Paramaribo
SV-El Salvador
CET
SGT
CET
CET
CET
SRT
CST
TR-Istanbul
TT-Port of Spain
TW-Taipei
EET
AST
CST
UA-Kiev
US-Eastern
US-Central
US-Mountain
US-Pacific
US-Alaska
US-Aleutian
US-Hawaii
UY-Montevideo
EET
EST
CST
MST
PST
AKS
HAS
HST
UYS
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Time Zone Name
Time Zone Code
VA-Vatican
CET
YU-Belgrade
CET
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Introduction
This appendix describes how to setup the TFTP protocol configuration server in
your network.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Configuration Server Protocol Setup
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Appendix B
Configuration Server Setup
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Configuration Server Protocol Setup
Appendix B
Configuration Server Protocol Setup
TFTP Server Set-up
There are a number of TFTP servers available. PumpKIN is one of such
TFTP servers. Use the keywords “pumpkin TFTP server” on Google and
you should get the web site where you can download the software
from. Installing PumpKIN is straightforward. To configure the directory
from where you would be serving the files, click on the Options button
on PumpKIN’s main window as shown in the following figure.
It is important to select the “Give all files” radio button under the “Read Request
Behavior” category. This makes the files to be served without any manual
intervention when requested.
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If you want to prevent users from writing files to the directory select
the “Deny all requests” in the “Write Request Behavior” category. Click
the OK button after you have entered all the required information. All the
firmware files should be in the file system root directory. Currently we
do not support downloads from files present in sub-directories. Consult
PumpKIN’s documentation if you need more information on how to set-up the
TFTP server.
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About this appendix
Introduction
This appendix describes how to setup a user’s phone with an extension to make
and receive calls using the Asterisk as the PBX.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
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Appendix C
Configuring the IP Phone
at the Asterisk IP PBX
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IP Phone at the Asterisk IP PBX
Appendix C
IP Phone at the Asterisk IP PBX
The following configuration illustrates how to create a user with an extension to
make and receive calls using the Asterisk as the PBX. This configuration is
defined in the sip.conf file present along with the other configuration files that are
created when Asterisk is installed. Usually, the configuration files can be found at
the /etc/asterisk directory.
;This is used in the “extensions.conf” file to identify this
;physical phone when issuing Dial commands.
[phone1]
;The type to use for the 480i is “friend”.
;”Peer” is used when the Asterisk is contacting a proxy,
;”user” is used for phones that can only make calls
;and “friend” acts as both a peer and a user.
type=friend
;If your host has an entry in your DNS then you just enter the
;machines name in the host= field.
host=dynamic
defaultip=192.168.1.1 ;default IP address that the phone is
;configured to
;The password that phone1 will use to register with this PBX
secret=1234
dtmfmode=rfc2833;Choices are inband, rfc2833, or info
mailbox=1000 ;Mailbox for message waiting indicator
;If a phone is not in a valid context you will not be
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;able to use it. In this example' sip' is used. You can use
;need to make an entry in your extensions.conf file (which we
;will get to later)
context=sip
callerid="Phone 1" <1234>
After this is defined in the “sip.conf” file, some information has to be entered in
the “extensions.conf” file present in the same directory as the “sip.conf” file. The
following definition in the file under the [sip]section/context completes defining
the extension for the 480i phone.
exten -> 1234,1,Dial(SIP/phone1,20)
This definition completes configuring the 480i phone at the IP PBX system.
To verify whether the extension has been successfully registered at the IP PBX
system, enter the Asterisk console and reload Asterisk. Use the command “sip
show peers” at the console. This will display the extensions that are registered at
the IP PBX system.
Name/username Host
Mask
Port
phone1/phone1192.168.1.1(D) 255.255.255.255 5060
Unmonitored
Status
This completes the basic set-up for the 480i phone with 1234 extension at
the Asterisk IP PBX system. Refer to Asterisk documentation for set-up on
extended or advanced features such as voice mail and call forwarding, etc.
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;whatever you like, but make sure they are the same, you will
About this appendix
Introduction
This appendix provides sample configuration files for the 480i, 480i CT, 9112i,
and 9133i.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Sample Configuration Files
page D-2
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page D-2
480i CT Sample Configuration File
page D-12
9112i Sample Configuration File
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Sample Configuration Files
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Sample Configuration Files
Appendix D
Sample Configuration Files
This section consists of the sample configuration files necessary to configure the
IP phones. The general format is similar to configuration files used by several
Unix-based programs. Any text following a number sign (#) on a line is
considered to be a comment, unless the # is contained within
double-quotes. Currently, Boolean fields use 0 for false and 1 for true.
480i Sample Configuration File
# Sample Configuration File
# ===========================
# Date: October 20th, 2005
# Phone Model: 480i
# Notes:
#
# The general format used here is similar to configuration files
# used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number
# sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is
# contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be
# a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true.
# Comments:
#
# This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" or
# "<mac>.cfg" file. The settings included here are examples only.
# You should change/comment the values to suit your requirements.
#
# Not all possible paramters are shown, refer to the admin guide for
# the full list of supported parameters, their defaults and valid
# ranges.
#
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# configuration files from the TFTP server while restarting, the
# "aastra.cfg" file and the "<mac>.cfg" file. These two configuration
# files can be used to configure all of the settings of the phone with
# the exception of assigning a static IP address to a phone and line
# settings, which should only be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#
# The "aastra.cfg" file configures the settings server wide, while
# the "<mac>.cfg" file configures only the phone with the MAC address
# for which the file is named (for example, "00085d0304f4.cfg"). The
# settings in the "aastra.cfg" file will be overridden by settings
# which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#------------------------------------------------------------------
# DHCP Setting
# ==============
#dhcp: 1 # DHCP enabled.
# DHCP:
# 0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
# 1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
#
# Notes:
#
# DHCP is normally set from the Options list on the phone or
# the web interface
#
# If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will
# have to be configured manually either through the configuration
# files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP
# Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP
# Server.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
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## = = = = = = = =
# Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network
# settings. Although depending on you DHCP server configuration you
# may still have to set the dns address.
#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file if
# setting this manually.
#subnet mask:
#default gateway:
#dns1:
#dns2:
# Time Server Settings
## =====================
#time server disabled: 1 # Time server disabled.
#time server1:
# Enable time server and enter at
#time server2:
# least one time server IP address or
#time server3:
# qualified domain name
# Time Server Disabled:
#
0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#
1 = true, means the time server is disabled.
# NAT Settings
# ===============
# Option 1:
#
# If you are connecting to a Nortel MCS call server and there is a
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# NAT device between the server and the phone, then you must set the
#sip nortel nat support: 1
# 1 = enabled
#sip nortel nat timer: 60
# seconds between keep alive messages
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# following two parameters for the phone to function correctly.
# Option 2:
#
# If you are using a session border controller, you should set the
# outbound proxy to the session border controller address
#sip outbound proxy: sbc.aastra.com
#sip outbound proxy port: 0
# a value of 0 enables SRV
# lookups for the address of
# the proxy.
# Option 3:
#
# If you know the public IP address of your NAT device and and have
# opened up a port for the SIP messages then you can statically
# assign this information.
#sip nat ip: 67.123.122.90
#sip nat port: 5890
# Additional Network Settings
# =============================
#sip rtp port: 3000
# Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# Configuration Server Settings
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## = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
# Notes: This section defines which server the phone retrieves new
# firmware images and configuration files from. Three protocols are
# supported TFTP, FTP and HTTP
download protocol: TFTP
# valid values are TFTP, FTP and HTTP
## TFTP server settings
tftp server: 192.168.0.130
#alternative tftp server:
#use alternative tftp server: 1
# If your DHCP server assigns
# a TFTP server address which
# you do not use, you can use
# the alternative tftp server.
## FTP server settings
#ftp server: 192.168.0.131
# can be IP or FQDN
#ftp username: aastra
#ftp password: 480iaastra
## HTTP server settings (for http://bogus.aastra.com/firmware/)
#http server: bogus.aastra.com
# can be IP or FQDN
#http path: firmware
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# Dial Plan Settings
# =====================
#
# Notes:
#
# As you dial a number on the phone, the phone will initiate a call
# when one of the following conditions are meet:
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(1) The entered number is an exact match in the dial plan
#
(2) The "#" symbol has been pressed
#
(3) A timeout occurs
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#
#
# The dial plan is a regular expression that supports the following
# syntax:
#
#
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,# : matches the keypad symbols
#
x
: matches any digit (0...9)
#
+
: matches 0 or more repetitions of the
#
#
: previous expression
[]
#
: matches any number inside the brackets
: can be used with a "-" to represent a
#
: range
#
()
: expression grouping
#
|
: either or
#
#
# If the dialled number doesn't match the dial plan then the call
# is rejected.
sip digit timeout: 3
# set the inter-digit timeout in seconds
# Example dial plans
sip dial plan: "x+#|xx+*"
# this is the default dial string, note
# that is must be quoted since it contains
# a '#' character
#sip dial plan: [01]xxx|[2-8]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx
# accecpt any 4 digit number beginning
# with a 0 or 1, any 5 digit number
# beginning with a number between 2 and 8
# (inclusive) or a 12 digit number
# beginning with 91
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#sip dial plan terminator: 1
# enable sending of the "#" symbol to
# to the proxy in the dial string
#------------------------------------------------------------------
# General SIP Settings
#===========
#sip session timer: 30
# enable support of RFC4028, the default
# value of 0 disables this functionality
#sip transport protocol: 0 # use UDP (1), TCP (2) or both (0) for sip
# messaging
#sip use basic codecs: 1
# limit codecs to G711 and G729
#sip out-of-band dtmf: 0
# turn off support for RFC2833 (on by
# default)
# Global SIP User Settings
# ==========================
#
# Notes:
#
These settings are used as the default configuration for the hard
#
key lines on the phone. That is:
#
#
L1 to L4 on the 480i and 480iCT
#
L1 to L3 on the 9133i
#
L1 on the 9112i
#
#
These can be over-ridden on a per-line basis using the per-line
#
settings.
#
#
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# the name display on the phone's screen
sip user name: 4256
# the phone number
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sip screen name: Joe Smith
sip display name: Joseph Smith # the caller name sent out when making
# a call.
sip vmail: *78
# the number to reach voicemail on
sip auth name: jsmith
# account used to authenticate user
sip password: 12345
# password for authentication account
sip mode: 0
# line type:
#
0 - generic,
#
1 - BroadSoft SCA line
#
2 - Nortel line
sip proxy ip: proxy.aastra.com # IP address or FQDN of proxy
sip proxy port: 5060
# port used for SIP messages on the
# proxy. Set to 0 to enable SRV
# lookups
sip registrar ip: aastra.com
# IP address or FQDN of registrar
sip registrar port: 0
# as proxy port, but for the registrar
sip registration period: 3600 # registration period in seconds
# Per-line SIP Settings
# ======================
# configure line 3 as the support Broadsoft SCA line
#
#
- the proxy and registrar settings are taken from the global
settings above
sip line3 screen name: Support
sip line3 user name: 4000
sip line3 display name: Aastra Support
sip line3 auth name: support
sip line3 password: 54321
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sip line3 vmail: *78
# configure line 5 (a soft key line) as an ordinary line
# of a test server
sip line5 screen name: Test 1
sip line5 user name: 5551001
sip line5 display name: Test 1
sip line5 auth name: 5551001
sip line5 password: 5551001
sip line5 mode: 0
sip line5 proxy ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 proxy port: 5060
sip line5 registrar ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 registrar port: 5060
sip line5 registration period: 60
#------------------------------------------------------------------# Softkey Settings
#
# Softkeys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone.
# Setting softkeys as line/call appearances should be done in the
# "<mac>.cfg" file, since these are unique to each phone.
# Notes:
#
# There are a maximum of 18 softkeys that can be configured on the
# 480i or 480iCT phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server wide
# ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("<mac>.cfg"). Each softkey needs
# to be numbered from 1 - 18, for example "softkey12 type:
# speeddial". Softkeys can be set up as speeddials or as additional
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# with it as seen here in the default softkey settings.
# SOFTKEY TYPES: "line", "speeddial", "blf", "list", "dnd"
# SOFTKEY LABEL: Alpha numeric name for the softkey. The maximum
#
number of characters for this value is 10 for
#
speeddials and dnd, 9 chars for lines, blf
# SOFTKEY VALUE: If softkey type is a speeddial, any DTMFs (from
#
0 - 9, *, "#") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and
#
'E' for On-hook can be set for the value.
#
If softkey type is blf it is the extension you want
#
to monitor.
# SOFTKEY LINE: This is line associated with the softkey. For line
#
softkeys the value must be between 5 and 9 (1 - 4
#
are already hardcoded as the L1, L2, L3 and L4 hard
#
key line/call appearances)
# Speed Dials
softkey1 type: speeddial
softkey1 label: "Ext Pickup"
softkey1 value: *8
softkey2 type: speeddial
softkey2 label: "Call Return"
softkey2 value: *69
# DND Key
softkey4 type: dnd
softkey4 label: DND
# Line appearance
softkey6 type: line
softkey6 label: Test 1
softkey6 line: 5
# blf
softkey8 type: blf
softkey8 label: Jane Doe
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softkey8 line: 1
# list
softkey11 type: list
softkey12 type: list
480i CT Sample Configuration File
# Sample Configuration File
# =========================
# Date: October 26th, 2005
# Phone Model: 480iCT
# Notes:
#
# The general format used here is similar to configuration files
# used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number
# sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is
# contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be
# a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true.
# Comments:
#
# This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" or
# "<mac>.cfg" file. The settings included here are examples only.
# You should change/comment the values to suit your requirements.
#
# Not all possible paramters are shown, refer to the admin guide for
# the full list of supported parameters, their defaults and valid
# ranges.
#
# The Aastra 480i, 480iCT, 9112i and 9133i phones will download 2
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# "aastra.cfg" file and the "<mac>.cfg" file. These two configuration
# files can be used to configure all of the settings of the phone with
# the exception of assigning a static IP address to a phone and line
# settings, which should only be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#
# The "aastra.cfg" file configures the settings server wide, while the
# "<mac>.cfg" file configures only the phone with the MAC address for
# which the file is named (for example, "00085d0304f4.cfg"). The
# settings in the "aastra.cfg" file will be overridden by settings
# which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# DHCP Setting
# ============
#dhcp: 1 # DHCP enabled.
# DHCP:
# 0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
# 1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
#
# Notes:
#
# DHCP is normally set from the Options list on the phone or
# the web interface
#
# If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will
# have to be configured manually either through the configuration
# files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP
# Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP
# Server.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
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# Network Settings
# ================
# Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network
# settings. Although depending on you DHCP server configuration you
# may still have to set the dns address.
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#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
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# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file if
# setting this manually.
#subnet mask:
#default gateway:
#dns1:
#dns2:
# Time Server Settings
# ====================
#time server disabled: 1 # Time server disabled.
#time server1:
# Enable time server and enter at
#time server2:
# least one time server IP address or
#time server3:
# qualified domain name
# Time Server Disabled:
#
0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#
1 = true, means the time server is disabled.
# NAT Settings
#=============
# Option 1:
#
# If you are connecting to a Nortel MCS call server and there is a
# NAT device between the server and the phone, then you must set the
# following two parameters for the phone to function correctly.
#sip nortel nat support: 1
# 1 = enabled
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#sip nortel nat timer: 60
# seconds between keep alive messages
# Option 2:
#
# If you are using a session border controller, you should set the
# outbound proxy to the session border controller address
#sip outbound proxy: sbc.aastra.com
#sip outbound proxy port: 0
# a value of 0 enables SRV
# lookups for the address of
# the proxy.
# Option 3:
#
# If you know the public IP address of your NAT device and and have
# opened up a port for the SIP messages then you can statically
# assign this information.
#sip nat ip: 67.123.122.90
#sip nat port: 5890
# Additional Network Settings
#============================
#sip rtp port: 3000
# Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.
#------------------------------------------------------------------
# Configuration Server Settings
# =============================
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# Notes: This section defines which server the phone retrieves new
# firmware images and configuration files from. Three protocols are
# supported TFTP, FTP and HTTP
download protocol: TFTP
# valid values are TFTP, FTP and HTTP
## TFTP server settings
tftp server: 192.168.0.130
#alternative tftp server:
#use alternative tftp server: 1
# If your DHCP server assigns
# a TFTP server address which
# you do not use, you can use
# the alternative tftp server.
## FTP server settings
#ftp server: 192.168.0.131
# can be IP or FQDN
#ftp username: aastra
#ftp password: 480iaastra
## HTTP server settings (for http://bogus.aastra.com/firmware/)
#http server: bogus.aastra.com
# can be IP or FQDN
#http path: firmware
#------------------------------------------------------------------
# Dial Plan Settings
# ==================
#
# Notes:
#
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# when one of the following conditions are meet:
#
#
(1) The entered number is an exact match in the dial plan
#
(2) The "#" symbol has been pressed
#
(3) A timeout occurs
#
# The dial plan is a regular expression that supports the following
# syntax:
#
#
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,# : matches the keypad symbols
#
x
: matches any digit (0...9)
#
+
: matches 0 or more repetitions of the
#
#
: previous expression
[]
: matches any number inside the brackets
#
: can be used with a "-" to represent a
#
: range
#
()
: expression grouping
#
|
: either or
#
#
# If the dialled number doesn't match the dial plan then the call
# is rejected.
sip digit timeout: 3
# set the inter-digit timeout in seconds
# Example dial plans
sip dial plan: "x+#|xx+*"
# this is the default dial string, note
# that is must be quoted since it contains
# a '#' character
#sip dial plan: [01]xxx|[2-8]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx
# accecpt any 4 digit number beginning
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# beginning with a number between 2 and 8
# (inclusive) or a 12 digit number
# beginning with 91
#sip dial plan terminator: 1
# enable sending of the "#" symbol to
# to the proxy in the dial string
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# General SIP Settings
# ====================
#sip session timer: 30
# enable support of RFC4028, the default
# value of 0 disables this functionality
#sip transport protocol: 0 # use UDP (1), TCP (2) or both (0) for sip
# messaging
#sip use basic codecs: 1
# limit codecs to G711 and G729
#sip out-of-band dtmf: 0
# turn off support for RFC2833 (on by
# default)
# Global SIP User Settings
# ========================
#
# Notes:
#
These settings are used as the default configuration for the hard
#
key lines on the phone. That is:
#
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#
L1 to L3 on the 9133i
#
L1 on the 9112i
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#
#
#
These can be over-ridden on a per-line basis using the per-line
#
settings.
#
#
See the Admin Guide for a detailed explaination of how this works
sip screen name: Joe Smith
# the name display on the phone's screen
sip user name: 4256
# the phone number
sip display name: Joseph Smith # the caller name sent out when making
# a call.
sip vmail: *78
# the number to reach voicemail on
sip auth name: jsmith
# account used to authenticate user
sip password: 12345
# password for authentication account
sip mode: 0
# line type:
#
0 - generic,
#
1 - BroadSoft SCA line
#
2 - Nortel line
sip proxy ip: proxy.aastra.com # IP address or FQDN of proxy
sip proxy port: 5060
# port used for SIP messages on the
# proxy. Set to 0 to enable SRV
# lookups
sip registrar ip: aastra.com
# IP address or FQDN of registrar
sip registrar port: 0
# as proxy port, but for the registrar
sip registration period: 3600 # registration period in seconds
# Per-line SIP Settings
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# configure line 3 as the support Broadsoft SCA line
#
#
- the proxy and registrar settings are taken from the global
settings above
sip line3 screen name: Support
sip line3 user name: 4000
sip line3 display name: Aastra Support
sip line3 auth name: support
sip line3 password: 54321
sip line3 mode: 1
sip line3 vmail: *78
# configure line 5 (a soft key line) as an ordinary line
# of a test server
sip line5 screen name: Test 1
sip line5 user name: 5551001
sip line5 display name: Test 1
sip line5 auth name: 5551001
sip line5 password: 5551001
sip line5 mode: 0
sip line5 proxy ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 proxy port: 5060
sip line5 registrar ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 registrar port: 5060
sip line5 registration period: 60
#------------------------------------------------------------------# Softkey Settings
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# Softkeys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone.
# Setting softkeys as line/call appearances should be done in the
# "<mac>.cfg" file, since these are unique to each phone.
# Notes:
#
# There are a maximum of 18 softkeys that can be configured on the
# 480i or 480iCT phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server wide
# ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("<mac>.cfg"). Each softkey needs
# to be numbered from 1 - 18, for example "softkey12 type:
# speeddial". Softkeys can be set up as speeddials or as additional
# call/line appearances and have a type, label and value associated
# with it as seen here in the default softkey settings.
# SOFTKEY TYPES: "line", "speeddial", "blf", "list", "dnd"
# SOFTKEY LABEL: Alpha numeric name for the softkey. The maximum
#
number of characters for this value is 10 for
#
speeddials and dnd, 9 chars for lines, blf
# SOFTKEY VALUE: If softkey type is a speeddial, any DTMFs (from
#
0 - 9, *, "#") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and
#
'E' for On-hook can be set for the value.
#
If softkey type is blf it is the extension you want
#
to monitor.
# SOFTKEY LINE: This is line associated with the softkey. For line
#
softkeys the value must be between 5 and 9 (1 - 4
#
are already hardcoded as the L1, L2, L3 and L4 hard
#
key line/call appearances)
# Speed Dials
softkey1 type: speeddial
softkey1 label: "Ext Pickup"
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softkey2 type: speeddial
softkey2 label: "Call Return"
softkey2 value: *69
# DND Key
softkey4 type: dnd
softkey4 label: DND
# Line appearance
softkey6 type: line
softkey6 label: Test 1
softkey6 line: 5
# blf
softkey8 type: blf
softkey8 label: Jane Doe
softkey8 value: 4559
softkey8 line: 1
# list
softkey11 type: list
softkey12 type: list
#------------------------------------------------------------------# Cordless Handset Feature Keys
# =============================
# Notes:
#
# In addition to the configuration parameters that exist on the 480i
# phone, following are the parameters specific to the 480i Cordless
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# aastra.cfg or the <mac>.cfg files.
#
# The feature keys are displayed when the user presses the F button
# on the cordless phone's hand set. If any changes to the features
# keys are made using these parameters the feature keys that exist on
# the hand set have to be refreshed. To refresh the feature keys
# simply open a new line or press one of the feature keys that are
# available from the hand set. After a couple of seconds the cordless
# should get the new list from the base set. There are 15 feature
# keys that can be configured for the cordless hand set. Each feature
# key has the following settings. N corresponds to the feature key
# that is being configured for and ranges from 0-14. Feature key N
# En label: "String" Feature key N Fr label: "Fr-String" Feature key
# N Sp label: "Sp-String" Feature key N control: 1
# integer value Feature key N hs event: 1
#Takes an
#Takes an integer value
# Feature key N base event: 1 #Takes an integer value
#key list version: 1
# The parameter value has to be incremented by one whenever the
# parameters that carry the feature keys change. The range is from
# 1-254. After reaching 254 start over from 1.
#Feature key 0 En label: "Line 1"
# English label for the key. Displayed when the phone's language is
# set to use English
#Feature key 0 Fr label: "Fr-Line 1"
# French label for the key. Displayed when the phone's language
# is set to use French
#Feature key 0 Sp label: "Sp-Line 1"
# Spanish label for the key. Displayed when the phone's language
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Feature key 0 Gr label: "Gr-Line 1"
# German label for the key. Displayed when the phone's language
# is set to use German
Feature key 0 It label: "It-Line 1"
# Italian label for the key. Displayed when the phone's language
# is set to use Italian
#Feature key 0 control: 1
# 1 - Make the key configurable by the user through the phone and
#
the phone's web client
# 2 - Locks the key from user modifications. User cannot modify
#
this key from the handset or the phone's web client.
# 4 - Hide this key. Do not show it in the Feature keys list in the
#
cordless handset
# 6 - Lock and hide this key. Do not show it in the Feature keys
#
list in the cordless handset and do not let the user modify
#
this key using the phone or the web client.
#Feature key 0 hs event: 7
# These events are for handset specific events. Events can be local
# to the handset like directory/caller's list, intercom etc. or may
# be an event that is sent to the base set for fruther processing.
# When this key is configured as a base event then the base set
# will process the value of this key in conjunction with the value
# configured for the "Feature key N base event". Where N is the
# feature key is being configured for.
# In addition to the values listed below the valid values are
# [7-23]. The values [7-23] indicate generic handset events. If
# you are using values within this range make sure to use the value
# only once.
# The events local to the handset are as follows:
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58 - Menu (Options)
#
59 - Feature Key
#
60 - Redial
#
61 - Directory
#
62 - Callers' list
#
63 - Services
#
86 - Icom
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#
#Feature key 0 base event: 1
# Indicates a corresponding action to perform on the base set when
# the "Feature key N hs event" is set to any value between 7-23.
#
#
1 - Seize base set's line1
#
2 - Seize base set's line2
#
3 - Seize base set's line3
#
4 - Seize base set's line4
#
5 - Seize base set's line5
#
6 - Seize base set's line6
#
7 - Seize base set's line7
#
8 - Seize base set's line8
#
9 - Seize base set's line9
#
10 - Seize base set's line0
#
11 - Send the base set's transfer event
#
12 - Send the base set's conference event
#
13 - Make feature list public
# Example configuration
key list version: 1
Feature key 0 En label: "Line 1"
Feature key 0 Fr label: "Fr-Line 1"
Feature key 0 Sp label: "Sp-Line 1"
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Feature key 0 hs event: 7
Feature key 0 base event: 1
Feature key 1 En label: "Conf."
Feature key 1 Fr label: "Fr-Conf."
Feature key 1 Sp label: "Sp-Conf."
Feature key 1 control: 1
Feature key 1 hs event: 8
Feature key 1 base event: 12
Feature key 2 En label: "Xfer"
Feature key 2 Fr label: "Fr-Xfer."
Feature key 2 Sp label: "Sp-Xfer."
Feature key 2 control: 2
Feature key 2 hs event: 9
Feature key 2 base event: 11
Feature key 3 En label: "Icom"
Feature key 3 Fr label: "Fr-Icom"
Feature key 3 Sp label: "Sp-Icom"
Feature key 3 control: 1
Feature key 3 hs event: 86
Feature key 3 base event: 13
Feature key 4 En label: "Opt"
Feature key 4 Fr label: "Fr-Opt"
Feature key 4 Sp label: "Sp-Opt"
Feature key 4 hs event: 58
Feature key 4 control: 1
Feature key 4 base event: 13
Feature key 5 En label: "Callers"
Feature key 5 Fr label: "Fr-Callers"
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Feature key 5 hs event: 62
Feature key 5 control: 1
Feature key 5 base event: 13
Feature key 6 En label: "Top"
Feature key 6 Fr label: "Fr-Top"
Feature key 6 Sp label: "Sp-Top"
Feature key 6 hs event: 17
Feature key 6 control: 1
Feature key 6 base event: 13
Feature key 7 En label: "Redial"
Feature key 7 Fr label: "Fr-Redial"
Feature key 7 Sp label: "Sp-Redial"
Feature key 7 hs event: 60
Feature key 7 control: 4
Feature key 7 base event: 13
Feature key 8 En label: "Dir."
Feature key 8 Fr label: "Fr-Dir."
Feature key 8 Sp label: "Sp-Dir."
Feature key 8 hs event: 61
Feature key 8 control: 2
Feature key 8 base event: 13
Feature key 9 En label: "Services"
Feature key 9 Fr label: "Fr-Services"
Feature key 9 Sp label: "Sp-Services"
Feature key 9 hs event: 63
Feature key 9 control: 1
Feature key 9 base event: 13
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# Sample Configuration File
# =========================
# Date: October 26th, 2005
# Phone Model: 9112i
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Notes:
The general format used here is similar to configuration files
used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number
sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is
contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be
a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true.
# Comments:
#
# This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" or
# "<mac>.cfg" file. The settings included here are examples only.
# You should change/comment the values to suit your requirements.
#
# Not all possible paramters are shown, refer to the admin guide for
# the full list of supported parameters, their defaults and valid
# ranges.
#
# The Aastra 480i, 480iCT, 9112i and 9133i phones will download 2
# configuration files from the TFTP server while restarting, the
# "aastra.cfg" file and the "<mac>.cfg" file. These two configuration
# files can be used to configure all of the settings of the phone with
# the exception of assigning a static IP address to a phone and line
# settings, which should only be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#
# The "aastra.cfg" file configures the settings server wide, while the
# "<mac>.cfg" file configures only the phone with the MAC address for
# which the file is named (for example, "00085d0304f4.cfg"). The
# settings in the "aastra.cfg" file will be overridden by settings
# which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
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# DHCP Setting
# ============
#dhcp: 1 # DHCP enabled.
# DHCP:
# 0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
# 1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
#
# Notes:
#
# DHCP is normally set from the Options list on the phone or
# the web interface
#
# If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will
# have to be configured manually either through the configuration
# files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP
# Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP
# Server.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# Network Settings
# ================
# Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network
# settings. Although depending on you DHCP server configuration you
# may still have to set the dns address.
#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file if
# setting this manually.
#subnet mask:
#default gateway:
#dns1:
#dns2:
# Time Server Settings
# ====================
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server disabled: 1 # Time server disabled.
server1:
# Enable time server and enter at
server2:
# least one time server IP address or
server3:
# qualified domain name.
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#time
#time
#time
#time
# Time Server Disabled:
# 0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
# 1 = true, means the time server is disabled.
# NAT Settings
#=============
#
#
#
#
#
Option 1:
If you are connecting to a Nortel MCS call server and there is a
NAT device between the server and the phone, then you must set the
following two parameters for the phone to function correctly.
#sip nortel nat support: 1
#sip nortel nat timer: 60
# 1 = enabled
# seconds between keep alive messages
# Option 2:
#
# If you are using a session border controller, you should set the
# outbound proxy to the session border controller address
#sip outbound proxy: sbc.aastra.com
#sip outbound proxy port: 0
#
#
#
#
#
# a value of 0 enables SRV
# lookups for the address of
# the proxy.
Option 3:
If you know the public IP address of your NAT device and and have
opened up a port for the SIP messages then you can statically
assign this information.
#sip nat ip: 67.123.122.90
#sip nat port: 5890
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# Additional Network Settings
#============================
#sip rtp port: 3000
# Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# Configuration Server Settings
# =============================
# Notes: This section defines which server the phone retrieves new
# firmware images and configuration files from. Three protocols are
# supported TFTP, FTP and HTTP
download protocol: TFTP
# valid values are TFTP, FTP and HTTP
## TFTP server settings
tftp server: 192.168.0.130
#alternative tftp server:
#use alternative tftp server: 1
## FTP server settings
#ftp server: 192.168.0.131
#ftp username: aastra
#ftp password: 480iaastra
#
#
#
#
If your DHCP server assigns
a TFTP server address which
you do not use, you can use
the alternative tftp server.
# can be IP or FQDN
## HTTP server settings (for http://bogus.aastra.com/firmware/)
#http server: bogus.aastra.com # can be IP or FQDN
#http path: firmware
--------------------------------------------------------------------
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==================
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#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Notes:
As you dial a number on the phone, the phone will initiate a call
when one of the following conditions are meet:
(1) The entered number is an exact match in the dial plan
(2) The "#" symbol has been pressed
(3) A timeout occurs
The dial plan is a regular expression that supports the following
syntax:
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,# : matches the keypad symbols
x
: matches any digit (0...9)
+
: matches 0 or more repetitions of the
: previous expression
[]
: matches any number inside the brackets
: can be used with a "-" to represent a
: range
()
: expression grouping
|
: either or
If the dialled number doesn't match the dial plan then the call
is rejected.
sip digit timeout: 3
# Example dial plans
sip dial plan: "x+#|xx+*"
# set the inter-digit timeout in seconds
# this is the default dial string, note
# that is must be quoted since it contains
# a '#' character
#sip dial plan: [01]xxx|[2-8]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx
# accecpt any 4 digit number beginning
# with a 0 or 1, any 5 digit number
# beginning with a number between 2 and 8
# (inclusive) or a 12 digit number
# beginning with 91
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#sip dial plan terminator: 1
# enable sending of the "#" symbol to
# to the proxy in the dial string
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# General SIP Settings
# ====================
#sip session timer: 30
# enable support of RFC4028, the default
# value of 0 disables this functionality
#sip transport protocol: 0 # use UDP (1), TCP (2) or both (0) for sip
# messaging
#sip use basic codecs: 1
#sip out-of-band dtmf: 0
# limit codecs to G711 and G729
# turn off support for RFC2833 (on by
# default)
# SIP User Settings
# ========================
sip screen name: Joe Smith
# the name display on the phone's screen
sip user name: 4256
# the phone number
sip display name: Joseph Smith # the caller name sent out when making
# a call.
sip vmail: *78
# the number to reach voicemail on
sip auth name: jsmith
sip password: 12345
# account used to authenticate user
# password for authentication account
sip mode: 0
# line type:
# 0 - generic,
# 1 - BroadSoft SCA line
# 2 - Nortel line
sip proxy ip: proxy.aastra.com # IP address or FQDN of proxy
sip proxy port: 5060
# port used for SIP messages on the
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# proxy. Set to 0 to enable SRV
# lookups
sip registrar ip: aastra.com # IP address or FQDN of registrar
sip registrar port: 0
# as proxy port, but for the registrar
sip registration period: 3600 # registration period in seconds
#------------------------------------------------------------------# Programmable Key Settings
# =========================
# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone.
# Setting programmable keys as line/call appearances should be done in the
# "<mac>.cfg" file, since these are unique to each phone.
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Notes:
There are a maximum of 7 programmable keys that can be configured
on the 9133i phone, and only 2 on the 9112i phone. These can be set
up through either of the 2 configuration files, depending on
whether this is to be server wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific
("<mac>.cfg"). Each prgkey needs to be numbered from 1 - 7 (or 1 2 on the 9112i), for example "prgkey2 type: speeddial".
Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials or as additional
call/line appearances or as feature keys and have a type, value and
line associated with it as seen here in the default programmable
settings.
# PRGKEY TYPES: "speeddial", "blf", "list", "dnd"
# PRGKEY VALUE: If prgkey type is a speeddial, any DTMFs (from
#
0 - 9, *, "#") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and
#
'E' for On-hook can be set for the value.
#
If prgkey type is blf it is the extension you want
#
to monitor.
# Speed Dials
prgkey1 type: speeddial
prgkey1 value: *8
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prgkey2 type: speeddial
prgkey2 value: *69
# DND Key
#prgkey1 type: dnd
# blf
#prgkey2 type: blf
#prgkey2 value: 4559
# list
#prgkey1 type: list
#prgkey2 type: list
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# Sample Configuration File
#= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
# Date: October 26th, 2005
# Phone Model: 9133i
# Notes:
#
# The general format used here is similar to configuration files
# used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number
# sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is
# contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be
# a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true.
# Comments:
#
# This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" or
# "<mac>.cfg" file. The settings included here are examples only.
# You should change/comment the values to suit your requirements.
#
# Not all possible paramters are shown, refer to the admin guide
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# valid ranges.
#
# The Aastra 480i, 480iCT, 9112i and 9133i phones will download 2
# configuration files from the TFTP server while restarting, the
# "aastra.cfg" file and the "<mac>.cfg" file. These two
# configuration files can be used to configure all of the settings
# of the phone with the exception of assigning a static IP address
# to a phone and line settings, which should only be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#
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# the "<mac>.cfg" file configures only the phone with the MAC
# address for which the file is named (for example,
# "00085d0304f4.cfg"). The settings in the "aastra.cfg" file will
# be overridden by settings which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
# DHCP Setting
# =============
#dhcp: 1 # DHCP enabled.
# DHCP:
# 0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
# 1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
#
# Notes:
#
# DHCP is normally set from the Options list on the phone or
# the web interface
#
# If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will
# have to be configured manually either through the configuration
# files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP
# Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP
# Server.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
# Network Settings
# = = = = = = = = =
# Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network
# settings. Although depending on you DHCP server configuration
# you may still have to set the dns address.
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#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" file if
# setting this manually.
#subnet mask:
#default gateway:
#dns1:
#dns2:
# Time Server Settings
# =====================
#time server disabled: 1 # Time server disabled.
#time server1:
#time server2:
#time server3:
# Enable time server and enter at
# least one time server IP address or
# qualified domain name.
# Time Server Disabled:
#
0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#
1 = true, means the time server is disabled.
# NAT Settings
# = = = = = = =
# Option 1:
#
# If you are connecting to a Nortel MCS call server and there is a
# NAT device between the server and the phone, then you must set
# the following two parameters for the phone to function
# correctly.
#sip nortel nat support: 1
# 1 = enabled
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#sip nortel nat timer: 60
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#
# If you are using a session border controller, you should set the
# outbound proxy to the session border controller address
#sip outbound proxy: sbc.aastra.com
#sip outbound proxy port: 0
# a value of 0 enables SRV
# lookups for the address of
# the proxy.
# Option 3:
#
# If you know the public IP address of your NAT device and and have
# opened up a port for the SIP messages then you can statically
# assign this information.
#sip nat ip: 67.123.122.90
#sip nat port: 5890
# Additional Network Settings
# ============================
#sip rtp port: 3000
# Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
# Configuration Server Settings
# = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
# Notes: This section defines which server the phone retrieves new
# firmware images and configuration files from. Three protocols
# are supported TFTP, FTP and HTTP
download protocol: TFTP
# valid values are TFTP, FTP and HTTP
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## TFTP server settings
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tftp server: 192.168.0.130
#alternative tftp server:
#use alternative tftp server: 1 # If your DHCP server assigns
# a TFTP server address which
# you do not use, you can use
# the alternative tftp server.
## FTP server settings
#ftp server: 192.168.0.131
# can be IP or FQDN
#ftp username: aastra
#ftp password: 480iaastra
## HTTP server settings (for http://bogus.aastra.com/firmware/)
#http server: bogus.aastra.com
# can be IP or FQDN
#http path: firmware
#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Dial Plan Settings
# ====================
#
# Notes:
#
# As you dial a number on the phone, the phone will initiate a call
# when one of the following conditions are meet:
#
#
(1) The entered number is an exact match in the dial plan
#
(2) The "#" symbol has been pressed
#
(3) A timeout occurs
#
# The dial plan is a regular expression that supports the
# following:
# syntax:
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0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,# : matches the keypad symbols
#
x
: matches any digit (0...9)
#
+
: matches 0 or more repetitions of the
#
#
Appendix D
#
: previous expression
[]
: matches any number inside the brackets
#
: can be used with a "-" to represent a
#
: range
#
()
: expression grouping
#
|
: either or
#
#
# If the dialled number doesn't match the dial plan then the call
# is rejected.
sip digit timeout: 3
# set the inter-digit timeout in seconds
# Example dial plans
sip dial plan: "x+#|xx+*"
# this is the default dial string, note
# that is must be quoted since it contains
# a '#' character
#sip dial plan: [01]xxx|[2-8]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx
# accecpt any 4 digit number beginning
# with a 0 or 1, any 5 digit number
# beginning with a number between 2 and 8
# (inclusive) or a 12 digit number
# beginning with 91
#sip dial plan terminator: 1
# enable sending of the "#" symbol to
# to the proxy in the dial string
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
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# General SIP Settings
Appendix D
# ======================
#sip session timer: 30
# enable support of RFC4028, the default
# value of 0 disables this functionality
#sip transport protocol: 0 # use UDP (1), TCP (2) or both (0) for
# sip messaging
#sip use basic codecs: 1
# limit codecs to G711 and G729
#sip out-of-band dtmf: 0
# turn off support for RFC2833 (on by
# default)
# Global SIP User Settings
# ==========================
#
# Notes:
#
These settings are used as the default configuration for the
#
hard key lines on the phone. That is:
#
#
L1 to L4 on the 480i and 480iCT
#
L1 to L3 on the 9133i
#
L1 on the 9112i
#
#
These can be over-ridden on a per-line basis using the per-line
#
settings.
#
#
#
See the Admin Guide for a detailed explaination of how this
works
sip screen name: Joe Smith # the name display on the phone's screen
sip user name: 4256
# the phone number
sip display name: Joseph Smith # the caller name sent out when making
# a call.
sip vmail: *78
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# account used to authenticate user
sip password: 12345
# password for authentication account
sip mode: 0
# line type:
#
0 - generic,
#
1 - BroadSoft SCA line
#
2 - Nortel line
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sip auth name: jsmith
sip proxy ip: proxy.aastra.com # IP address or FQDN of proxy
sip proxy port: 5060
# port used for SIP messages on the
# proxy. Set to 0 to enable SRV
# lookups
sip registrar ip: aastra.com
# IP address or FQDN of registrar
sip registrar port: 0
# as proxy port, but for the registrar
sip registration period: 3600 # registration period in seconds
# Per-line SIP Settings
# =======================
# configure line 3 as the support Broadsoft SCA line
#
#
- the proxy and registrar settings are taken from the global
settings above
sip line3 screen name: Support
sip line3 user name: 4000
sip line3 display name: Aastra Support
sip line3 auth name: support
sip line3 password: 54321
sip line3 mode: 1
sip line3 vmail: *78
# configure line 5 (a soft key line) as an ordinary line
# of a test server
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sip line5 screen name: Test 1
sip line5 user name: 5551001
sip line5 display name: Test 1
sip line5 auth name: 5551001
sip line5 password: 5551001
sip line5 mode: 0
sip line5 proxy ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 proxy port: 5060
sip line5 registrar ip: 10.50.10.102
sip line5 registrar port: 5060
sip line5 registration period: 60
#----------------------------------------------------------------# Programmable Key Settings
# ===========================
# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each
# phone.
# Setting programmable keys as line/call appearances should be done
# in the "<mac>.cfg" file, since these are unique to each phone.
# Notes:
#
# There are a maximum of 7 programmable keys that can be configured
# on the 9133i phone, and only 2 on the 9112i phone. These can be
# set up through either of the 2 configuration files, depending on
# whether this is to be server wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone
# specific ("<mac>.cfg"). Each prgkey needs to be numbered from
# 1 - 7 (or 1 -2 on the 9112i), for example "prgkey2 type:
# speeddial". Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials or as
# additional call/line appearances or as feature keys and have a
# type, value and line associated with it as seen here in the
# default programmable settings.
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# PRGKEY TYPES: "line", "speeddial", "blf", "list", "dnd"
#
0 - 9, *, "#") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and
#
'E' for On-hook can be set for the value.
#
If prgkey type is blf it is the extension you want
#
to monitor.
# PRGKEY LINE:
This is line associated with the prgkey. For line
#
prgkeys the value must be between 4 and 9 (1 - 3
#
are already hardcoded as the L1, L2 and L3 hard
#
key line/call appearances).
#
This parameter is not used for the 9112i
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# PRGKEY VALUE: If prgkey type is a speeddial, any DTMFs (from
# Speed Dials
prgkey1 type: speeddial
prgkey1 value: *8
prgkey2 type: speeddial
prgkey2 value: *69
# DND Key
prgkey3 type: dnd
# Line appearance
prgkey4 type: line
prgkey4 line: 5
# blf
prgkey5 type: blf
prgkey5 value: 4559
prgkey5 line: 1
# list
prgkey6 type: list
prgkey7 type: list
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Introduction
This appendix provides sample BLF softkey settings for both the Asterisk server
and the BroadSoft BroadWorks server.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Sample BLF Softkey Settings
page E-2
Asterisk BLF
page E-2
BroadSoft BroadWorks BLF
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Sample BLF Softkey Settings
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Sample BLF Softkey Settings
Appendix E
Sample BLF Softkey Settings
Asterisk BLF
The following are sample softkey and programmable key configurations to enable
Asterisk BLF support on Aastra IP phones.
480i and 480i CT Configuration Parameters for Asterisk BLF
softkey1
softkey1
softkey1
softkey1
type: blf
value: 9995551212
label: John
line: 1
9133i Configuration Parameters for Asterisk BLF
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prgkey1
prgkey1
prgkey1
prgkey1
type: blf
value: 9995551212
label: John
line: 1
prgkey7
prgkey7
prgkey7
prgkey7
type: blf
value: 9995551313
label: Jane
line: 1
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BroadSoft BroadWorks BLF
480i and 480i CT Configuration Parameters for Broadsoft BroadWorks BLF
Note: One softkey must be defined of type “list” for EACH monitored
user. So if there are 2 users being monitored, 2 softkeys must be defined
of type list.
softkey1 type: list
softkey1 label:
softkey1 value:
softkey1 line: 1
softkey2 type: list
softkey2 label:
softkey2 value:
softkey2 line: 1
list uri: sip:[email protected]
9133i Configuration Parameters for Broadsoft BroadWorks BLF
Note: One prgkey must be defined of type “list” for each monitored user.
So if there are 2 users being monitored, 2 prgkeys must be defined of type
list.
prgkey6 type: list
prgkey6 label:
prgkey6 value: 1
prgkey7 type: list
prgkey7 label:
prgkey7 value: 1
list uri: sip:[email protected]
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The following are sample softkey and programmable key configurations to enable
Broadsoft BroadWorks Busy Lamp Field support on Aastra IP phones.
About this appendix
Introduction
This appendix provides a sample multiple proxy server configuration.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
Multiple Proxy Server Configuration
page F-2
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Sample Multiple Proxy Server
Configuration
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Appendix F
Multiple Proxy Server Configuration
Multiple proxy servers can be configured in the aastra.cfg file or the <mac>.cfg
file. In the example below, the default proxy setting is used if no specific setting is
specified in the line configuration. Line2 and line3 are used for the global proxy
configurations, while line1 and line4 use their own specific settings.
#sip settings
sip proxy ip: #.#.#.#
sip proxy port: 5060
sip registrar ip: #.#.#.#
sip registrar port: 5060
sip registration period:3600
sip nortel nat support:0
sip nortel nat timer:0
sip broadsoft talk:0
sip broadsoft hold:0
sip broadsoft conference:0
sip dial plan: "x+#""
#line info
# Fill in all necessary information below carefully. Populate all
lines even if there is only
# one account
#line 1
sip line1 auth name:
sip line1 password:
sip line1 mode: 0
sip line1 user name:
sip line1 display name:
sip line1 screen name:
sip line1 proxy ip: &.&.&.&
sip line1 proxy port: 5060
sip line1 registrar ip: #.#.#.#
sip line1 registrar port: 5060
sip registration period:600
sip nortel nat support:1
sip nortel nat timer:120
sip broadsoft talk:0
sip broadsoft hold:0
sip broadsoft conference:0
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#line 2
sip line2
sip line2
sip line2
sip line2
sip line2
sip line2
auth name:
password:
mode: 0
user name:
display name:
screen name:
#line 3
sip line3
sip line3
sip line3
sip line3
sip line3
sip line3
auth name:
password:
mode: 0
user name:
display name:
screen name:
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Continued.....
#line 4
sip line4 auth name:
sip line4 password:
sip line4 mode: 0
sip line4 user name:
sip line4 display name:
sip line4 screen name:
sip line4 proxy ip: %.%.%.%
sip line4 proxy port: 5060
sip line4 registrar ip: %.%.%.%
sip line4 registrar port: 5060
sip registration period:500
sip nortel nat support:0
sip nortel nat timer:0
sip broadsoft talk:1
sip broadsoft hold:1
sip broadsoft conference:1
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Introduction
This appendix provides information required to create an XML application for use
on the IP phones.
Topics
This appendix covers the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to Create an XML Application
page G-2
XML format
page G-2
Creating XML Objects
page G-2
Creating Custom Softkeys
page G-3
Text Menu Object (Menu Screens)
page G-4
Text Screen Object (Message Screens)
page G-6
UserInput Object (User Input Screens)
page G-7
Directory Object (Directory List Screen) (480i only)
page G-12
Status Message Object (Idle Screen)
page G-14
Execute Commands Object (for executing XML commands)
page G-17
HTTP Post
page G-19
XML Schema File
page G-22
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Creating an XML Application
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Appendix G
How to Create an XML Application
This Appendix describes how to create an XML application for your IP phones.
Sections in this appendix include:
•
Creating XML Objects
•
XML Schema File
XML format
The text in the Aastra XML objects must be compliant with XML
recommendations and special characters must be escape encoded. The default
character set for the XML API is ISO-8859-1.
Character
Description
Escape Sequence
&
Ampersand
&amp;
"
Quote
&quot;
’
Apostrophe
&apos;
<
Left angle bracket
&lt;
>
Right angle bracket
&gt;
Creating XML Objects
This section describes how to create XML objects.
The Aastra IP phone XML API supports four proprietary objects that allow the
creation of menu screens, message screens, input screens, and directory screens:
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•
Text Menu Object (Menu Screens)
•
Text Screen Object (Message Screens)
•
UserInput Object (User Input Screens)
•
Directory Object (Directory List Screen) (480i only)
•
Status Message Object (Idle Screen)
•
Execute Commands Object (for executing XML commands)
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Creating Custom Softkeys
The following softkey functionality is available to the developer for the purpose
of reordering or preserving the default functionality of the XML screens. The
"Dial" function is available to screens that allow input. The dial string for the
"Dial" function is taken from the menu items URI on the Menu Screen, and from
the editor field input on the Input Screen.
Existing
Action Keys
Text
Screen
Select
Exit
Dial
Menu
Screen
Input
Screen
X
X
X
X
X
X
Submit
X
Backspace
X
Nextspace
X
Dot
X
ChangeMode
X
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Developers can link arbitrary URIs to softkeys in the XML screens and can
invoke softkey behavior to each XML screen type (Text Menu, Text Screen, User
Input, Directory). A developer can define up to six softkeys before the closing tag
of any object on the 480i/480i CT.
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Text Menu Object (Menu Screens)
The Text Menu object allows application developers to create a numerical list of
menu items on the IP phones. The go-to line support, arrow indicator, and scroll
key support are built into these objects, along with the "Select" and "Done" soft
keys. The Text Menu object allows users to navigate the application, by linking
HTTP requests to menu items.
Text Menu Object Implementation
The following is how you would implement the Text Menu object.
Note: For all available parameters you can use for the Text Menu object,
and for an explanation of each parameter, see Aastra Telecom’s
"XML Developer’s Guide".
Softkeys:
•
1=Select
•
6=Done
XML Description:
<AastraIPPhoneTextMenu
defaultIndex = "some integer"
destroyOnExit = "yes/no">
<Title>Menu Title</Title>
<MenuItem base ="http://base/">
<Prompt>First Choice</Prompt>
<URI>http://somepage.xml</URI>
<Selection></Selection>
</MenuItem>
<!-Additional Menu Items may be added -->
<!-Additional Softkey Items may be added -->
</AastraIPPhoneTextMenu>
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<AastraIPPhoneTextMenu>
<Title>Phone Services</Title>
<MenuItem base = "http://10.50.10.53/">
<Prompt>Traffic Reports</Prompt>
<URI> rss_to_xml.pl</URI>
</MenuItem>
<MenuItem>
<Prompt>Employee List</Prompt>
<URI>employees.xml</URI>
</MenuItem>
<MenuItem base ="">
<Prompt>Weather</Prompt>
<URI>http://10.50.10.52/weather.pl</URI>
</MenuItem>
</AastraIPPhoneTextMenu>
XML Screen Example:
Phone Services
1.Traffic Reports
2.Employee List
3.Weather
Select
Done
Note: The maximum number of items to be included in a Text Menu
object is 15.
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Text Screen Object (Message Screens)
The screen object can be used to display text. The screen word wraps
appropriately and can scroll to display a message longer then four lines.
Note: For all available parameters you can use for the Text Screen object,
and for an explanation of each parameter, see Aastra Telecom’s
"XML Developer’s Guide".
Text Screen Object Implementation
The following is how you would implement the Text Screen object.
Softkey:
•
6=Done
XML Description:
<AastraIPPhoneTextScreen
destroyOnExit = "yes/no">
<Title>Screen Title</Title>
<Text>The screen text goes here</Text>
</AastraIPPhoneTextScreen>
XML example:
<AastraIPPhoneTextScreen>
<Title>Screen Object</Title>
<Text>The screen object can be implemented similar to the
firmware info screen. Note that white space is preserved in XML so
the display should word-wrap appropriately. Only three lines can
display at a time.</Text>
</AastraIPPhoneTextScreen>
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Screen Object
The screen object can
be implemented
similar to the
Done
UserInput Object (User Input Screens)
The UserInput object allows application developers to be able to input text on the
phone screen where applicable. (Line 1 is a title, Line 4 is an input prompt, and
Line 5 is an input field). The IP phones support three parameter types: IP
Addresses, Numbers (integers), and Strings. Each parameter has a URL tag that is
used to send information back to the HTTP server. The label in the parameter tag
is appended to the address in the URL tag and sent via HTTP GET.
UserInput Object Implementation (IP Addresss)
The following is how you would implement the UserInput object using an IP
Address.
Note: For all available parameters you can use for the UserInput object,
and for an explanation of each parameter, see Aastra Telecom’s
"XML Developer’s Guide".
Softkeys:
•
•
•
•
•
•
1=Backspace,
2=Dot,
3=ChangeCase,
4=Numeric/Alpha,
5=Cancel,
6=Done
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XML Description:
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<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen type = "IP/string/number" password =
"yes/no" destroyOnExit = "yes/no">
<!-password attribute is optional and set to "no" by defaultà
<!-destroyOnExit is optional and "no" by default à
<Title>Title string, usually same as menu title</Title>
<Prompt>Enter IP address or host name</Prompt>
<URL>Target receiving the input</URL>
<Parameter>parameter added to URL</Parameter>
<Default />
<SoftKey index = "1">
<Label> Backspace </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
<SoftKey index = "2">
<Label> Dot </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
<SoftKey index = "3">
<Label> ChangeCase </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
<SoftKey index = "4">
<Label> Numeric/Alpha </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
<SoftKey index = "5">
<Label> Cancel </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
<SoftKey index = "6">
<Label> Done </Label>
<URI>SoftKey:Exit</URI>
</Softkey>
</AastraIPPhoneInputScreen>
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<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen type = "IP">
<Title>Proxy Server</Title>
<Prompt>Server IP:</Prompt>
<URL>http://10.50.10.53/script.pl</URL>
<Parameter>proxy</Parameter>
<Default></Default>
<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen>
XML Screen Example:
Proxy Server
Server IP:
Backspace
Dot
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UserInput Object Implementation (Number)
The following is how you would implement the UserInput object using Numbers.
Softkeys:
•
1=Backspace,
•
5=Cancel,
•
6=Done
XML Example:
<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen type = "number">
<Title>Proxy Port</Title>
<Prompt>Port:</Prompt>
<URL>http://10.50.10.53/script.pl</URL>
<Parameter>port</Parameter>
<Default>5060</Default>
<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen>
XML Screen Example:
Proxy Port
Port: 5060
Backspace
Cancel
Done
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UserInput Object Implementation (String)
Softkeys:
•
1=Backspace,
•
2=Dot,
•
3=Tri-Mode key,
•
4=Nextspace,
•
5=Cancel,
•
6=Done
XML Example:
<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen type = "string" password = "yes">
<Title>SIP Settings</Title>
<Prompt>Enter something</Prompt>
<URL>http://10.50.10.53/script.pl</URL>
<Parameter>passwd</Parameter>
<Default></Default>
<AastraIPPhoneInputScreen>
XML Screen Example::
SIP Settings
Enter Password:
******
Backspace
Dot
ABC
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Done
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The following is how you would implement the UserInput object using Strings in
XML.
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Note: In the above example, if the user entered 12345, then the URL sent
back to the server is http://10.50.10.53/script.pl?passwd=12345.
Directory Object (Directory List Screen) (480i only)
The Directory object allows you to browse an online directory in real time. It
displays an automatically numbered list of contacts. By selecting a contact with
the cursor, the contact can be dialed directly by pressing the "Dial" softkey or
picking up the receiver. The Directory object has the optional softkeys of
"Previous" and "Next" which can be linked to other XML objects.
Directory Object Implementation
The following is how you would implement the Directory object in XML.
Note:
1. For all available parameters you can use for the Directory object, and
for an explanation of each parameter, see Aastra Telecom’s
"XML Developer’s Guide".
2.
If the URI entry contains a "?" the phone appends an "&" instead.
Softkeys:
• 1=Dial,
• 6= Done,
• 2=Previous (optional),
• 5=Next (optional)
XML Description:
<AastraIPPhoneDirectory destroyOnExit="no" next="uri"
previous="uri">
<!-Attributes are optionalà
<Title>Directory Title</Title>
<Menu Item>
<Prompt>Contact Name</Prompt>
<URI>number</URI>
</Menu Item>
<!-Additional Menu Items may be added -->
</AastraIPPhoneDirectory>
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<AastraIPPhoneDirectory next="more.xml" previous="back.xml">
<Title>My Directory</Title>
<MenuItem>
<Prompt>480i - John Doe 1</Prompt>
<URI> 10.50.10.49</URI>
</MenuItem>
<MenuItem>
<Prompt>9133i - John Doe 2</Prompt>
<URI>4326</URI>
</MenuItem>
<MenuItem>
<Prompt>480i CT - John Doe 3</Prompt>
<URI>9982691234</URI>
</MenuItem>
</AastraIPPhoneDirectory
XML Screen Example::
My Directory (1/6)
1. 480i John Doe 1
2. 9133i John Doe 2
3. 480iCT John Doe 3
Dial
Previous
Next
Cancel
Note: The maximum number of items to be included in a Directory
object is 15 per page. In this example, there are six pages.
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Status Message Object (Idle Screen)
The IP phones support an XML AastraIPPhoneStatus object for displaying
status messages on a single designated line on the phone’s idle screen. The
messages display when the server pushes XML information to the phone.
The 480i/480i CT phones display messages on the second line in the phone
window. (where “No Service” would display if there was no service. If there is no
service on the phone, the “No Service” message overrides the XML object
message). The 9112i/9133i phones display messages on the first line (overriding
the DisplayName). The phone truncates long messages that are wider then the
phone screen.
If the phone receives multiple messages, the first message received displays first
and the remaining messages scroll consecutively one at a time. Messages remain
displayed until they are removed (by the server) or the phone reboots. The
AastraIPPhoneStatus object feature is always enabled.
Note: You can set the amount of time, in seconds, that a message displays
to the phone before scrolling to the next message. For more information
about this feature, see “Scroll Delay Option” on page G-16 and
AastraIPPhoneStatus Structure
The AastraIPPhoneStatus object describes the structure of the XML document
that is used to send status messages to the phone. The basic structure of the
AastraIPPhoneStatus object is:
<AastraIPPhoneStatus>
<Session>My session ID</Session>
<Message index="Msg index">Message</Message>
<! -- Additional status messages may be added under new Message tags-->
<AastraIPPhoneStatus/>
The ”My Session ID” attribute must be unique to the application sending the
XML object to the phone. The application generates the session ID, which could
be a combination of letters and numbers. There is a maximum of one <Session>
tag per PhoneStatus object, so the <Session> tag is optional.
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Examples
<AastraIPPhoneStatus>
<Session>abc12345</Session>
<Message index="3">Server side call forwarding disabled</Message>
<AastraIPPhoneStatus/>
In this example, the AastraIPPhoneStatus object sends the default behavior with
the status message (i.e., the status message is added to the scroll list).
Example 2: You can also use the AastraIPPhoneStatus object to remove status
messages from the display, by setting an empty tag for the <Message index> tag.
The following example removes the status message that was posted to the phone
in Example 1.
<AastraIPPhoneStatus>
<Session>abc12345</Session>
<Message index="3"/>
<AastraIPPhoneStatus/>
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Example 1: The following is an example of using the AastraIPPhoneStatus
object:
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Beep Option
You can enable or disable a BEEP option using the Status Message object
(AastraIPPhoneStatus), the configuration files, or the Aastra Web UI.
Note: For enabling/disabling a status message beep using the
configuration files and the Aastra Web UI, see Chapter 5, the section,
“Enabling/Disabling a Beep for Status Message Displays” on page 5-88.
When the phone receives a status message, the BEEP notifies the user that the
message is being displayed. The following attribute in the AastraIPPhoneStatus
object enables/disables the BEEP from being heard:
< AastraIPPhoneStatus
Beep="yes|no">
(case sensitive)
This attribute is optional. If notification is required, the attribute must be in the
ROOT. If the BEEP attribute is set to "yes" (i.e. Beep="yes") then it is an
indication to the phone to sound a beep when it receives the object. If the Beep
attribute is set to "no" (i.e. Beep="no") or not present, then the default behavior is
no beep is heard when the object arrives to the phone.
Note: The value set in the configuration files and Aastra Web UI override
the attribute you specify for the AastraIPPhoneStatus object.
Scroll Delay Option
The IP phones support a scroll delay option that allows you to set the time delay,
in seconds, between the scrolling of each status message on the phone. The default
time is 5 seconds for each message to display before scrolling to the next message.
You can configure this option via the configuration files or the Aastra Web UI.
Changes are dynamic and apply to the phone immediately.
Note: For more information about setting the scroll delay option, see
Chapter 5, the section, “Scroll Delay Option for Status Messages” on
page 5-89.
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Execute Commands Object (for executing XML commands)
•
Reset - This command waits until the phone is idle and then executes a reset.
•
NoOp - This command has no affect on the IP phone. It is made up of a blank
URI. You can use this feature when you need to press a key on the phone to
access a feature, and it is not necessary to display anything.
Since the server forces phone firmware changes, the AastraIPPhoneExecute
object was implemented to send the reset command to the phone.
AastraIPPhoneExecute Object Structure
The AastraIPPhoneExecute object describes the structure of the XML document
that is used to send a command to the phone. It delivers multiple execution
requests to the phone. The basic structure of the AastraIPPhoneExecute object is:
<AastraIPPhoneExecute>
<ExecuteItem URI ="the URL or URI to be executed"/>
<! -- Additional execution items may be added under new ExecuteItem tag-->
</AastraIPPhoneExecute>
Using the Reset Command
The <ExecuteItem URI =""/> tag can be entered with the command the phone
should execute. Upon receiving an AastraIPPhoneExecute object, the phone
begins executing the URL or URI specified.
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An AastraIPPhoneExecute object on the IP phones allows the phone to execute
commands using XML. The phones support the following execute object
commands:
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How to Create an XML Application
The following example shows an AastraIPPhoneExecute object using the Reset
command:
<AastraIPPhoneExecute>
<ExecuteItem URI="Command: Reset"/>
</AastraIPPhoneExecute>
Note: If you specify a command as a URI attribute (instead of a URL),
the keyword "Command" must be prepended in the value of the URI
attribute so that the phone recognizes it as a URI attribute value. If you
enter a URI and leave out the “Command” keyword, the phone interprets
the value in the URI attribute as a URL containing network resources.
The following example shows the AastraIPPhoneExecute object using a URL:
<AastraIPPhoneExecute>
<ExecuteItem URI="http://aastraserver/message.xml"/>
</AastraIPPhoneExecute>
When the phone receives this object, it displays the specified XML URI page.
Using the NoOp Command
You can use the AastraIPPhoneExecute object as an object to create a blank
display (it has no affect on the IP phone). It is made up of a blank URI. You can
use this feature when you need to press a key on the phone to access a feature, and
it is not necessary to display anything.
The following example shows an AastraIPPhoneExecute object using a blank
URI:
<AastraIPPhoneExecute>
<ExecuteItem URI=””/>
<AastraIPPhoneExecute>
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HTTP Post
The HTTP post packet must contain an "xml=" line in the message body. The
string to parse is located after the equals sign in the message. HTML forms that
post objects to the phone must use a field named "xml" to send their data. See the
following examples (Example 1 and Example 2) for a sample HTTP post packet
and php source code.
Example 1:
POST / HTTP/1.1
Accept: image/gif, image/x-xbitmap, image/jpeg, image/pjpeg,
application/vnd.ms-powerpoint,
application/vnd.ms-excel, application/msword,
application/x-shockwave-flash, */*
Referer: http://10.50.10.53
Accept-Language: en-us..Content-Type: application/
x-www-form-urlencoded
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate..User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0
(compatible;MSIE 6.0;
Windows NT 5.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
Host: 10.50.10.49
Content-Length: 194..Connection: Keep-Alive
Cache-Control: no-cache..Authorization: Basic YWRtaW46MjIyMjI=
xml=%3CAastraIPPhoneTextScreen%3E%
%3CTitle%3E480i+Tester%3C%2FTitle%3E
%3CText%3EMessage+to+go+on+phone.++Limit+to+512+bytes.%3C%2FText%3E
%2FAastraIPPhoneTextScreen%3E%
Note: The XML object cannot be larger than 2150 bytes. Any posts
larger than this limit are denied.
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In addition to initiating a request to an XML application from the Services menu,
an HTTP server can push an XML object to the phone via HTTP Post. The phone
parses this object immediately upon receipt and displays the information to the
screen.
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Example 2:
Below is a sample php source code which sends an XML object to an Aastra
phone.
<?php
#
function push2phone($server,$phone,$data)
{
# url-encode the xml object
$xml = "xml=".urlencode($data);
$post
$post
$post
$post
$post
$post
= "POST / HTTP/1.1\r\n";
.= "Host: $phone\r\n";
.= "Referer: $server\r\n";
.= "Connection: Keep-Alive\r\n";
.= "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n";
.= "Content-Length: ".strlen($xml)."\r\n\r\n";
$fp = @fsockopen ( $phone, 80, $errno, $errstr, 5);
if($fp)
{
@fputs($fp, $post.$xml);
flush();
fclose($fp);
}
}
##############################
$xml = "<AastraIPPhoneTextScreen>\n";
$xml .= "<Title>Push test</Title>\n";
$xml .= "<Text>This is a test for pushing a screen to a phone </
Text>\n";
$xml .= "</AastraIPPhoneTextScreen>\n";
push2phone("172.16.96.63',"172.16.96.75",$xml);
?>
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HTTP Refresh Header
•
All current XML screen objects have the ability to be refreshed by adding a
Refresh and URL setting to the HTTP headers. (see Refresh setting format
below)
•
The Refresh setting is set by the XML application and it is up to the
application to decide which objects it wants to refresh.
Note: This HTTP refresh header feature only applies to objects that
display to the screen.
The Refresh setting must be included in the HTTP header. The XML application
decides which objects it wants to use with this setting. The phone recognizes this
setting when parsing the HTTP header. If the setting is present, then it passes
along the refresh timeout and the URL to the ParserData object, which all XML
screen objects inherit from. The ParserData class also has a timer, which must be
set to expire at the next refresh time. When the timer expires (time to refresh the
screen), the phone requests the URL again and displays the refreshed screen.
Refresh Setting Format
The following is the Refresh setting format for the HTTP header:
Refresh: <timeout>; URL=<page to load>
The following example is a Refresh setting for use in an HTTP header:
Refresh: 3; URL=http://10.50.10.140/cgi-bin/update.xml
Note: You must use the Refresh and URL parameters in order for this
feature to work in the HTTP header.
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An HTTP refresh header feature can be used with the XML screen objects on the
IP phones. This feature includes the following:
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XML Schema File
After creating an XML application for your IP phone, you can validate the XML
objects using the Schema file provided in this section. This helps you find any
parsing errors that may exist, and verify that your XML objects conform to the
Aastra API.
Note: Aastra IP phonees do not contain validating XML parsers. There
are many free XML validators available on the Web
(i.e., http://apps.gotdotnet.com/xmltools/xsdvalidator/Default.aspx) that
can perform validation using the schema file.
XML Schema
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
<xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
<xs:element name="AastraIPPhoneTextScreen">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Title" type="xs:string" />
<xs:element name="Text">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:minLength value="1" />
<xs:maxLength value="1000" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
<xs:element name="AastraIPPhoneTextMenu">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Title" type="xs:string" />
<xs:element name="MenuItem" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="15">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
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<xs:element name="Prompt" type="xs:string" />
<xs:element name="URI" type="xs:string" />
</xs:sequence>
<xs:attribute name="base" type="xs:string" />
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:sequence>
<xs:attribute name="destroyOnExit" default="no">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:pattern value="yes|no" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:attribute>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
<xs:element name="AastraIPPhoneInputScreen">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Title" />
<xs:element name="Prompt" />
<xs:element name="URL" />
<xs:element name="Parameter" />
<xs:element name="Default" />
</xs:sequence>
<xs:attribute name="type">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:pattern value="IP|string|number" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:attribute>
<xs:attribute name="password" default="no">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:pattern value="yes|no" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
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</xs:attribute>
<xs:attribute name="destroyOnExit" default="no">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:pattern value="yes|no" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:attribute>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
<xs:element name="AastraIPPhoneDirectory">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Title" type="xs:string" />
<xs:element name="MenuItem" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="15">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Prompt" type="xs:string" />
<xs:element name="URI" type="xs:string" />
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:sequence>
<xs:attribute name="destroyOnExit" default="no">
<xs:simpleType>
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:pattern value="yes|no" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:attribute>
<xs:attribute name="next" type="xs:string" />
<xs:attribute name="previous" type="xs:string" />
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:schema>
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Aastra Telecom warrants this product against defects and malfunctions during a
one (1) year period from the date of original purchase. If there is a defect or
malfunction, Aastra Telecom shall, at its option, and as the exclusive remedy,
either repair or replace the telephone set at no charge, if returned within the
warranty period.
If replacement parts are used in making repairs, these parts may be refurbished, or
may contain refurbished materials. If it is necessary to replace the telephone set, it
may be replaced with a refurbished telephone of the same design and color. If it
should become necessary to repair or replace a defective or malfunctioning
telephone set under this warranty, the provisions of this warranty shall apply to the
repaired or replaced telephone set until the expiration of ninety (90) days from the
date of pick up, or the date of shipment to you, of the repaired or replacement set,
or until the end of the original warranty period, whichever is later. Proof of the
original purchase date is to be provided with all telephone sets returned for
warranty repairs.
Exclusions
Aastra Telecom does not warrant its telephone sets to be compatible with the
equipment of any particular telephone company. This warranty does not extend to
damage to products resulting from improper installation or operation, alteration,
accident, neglect, abuse, misuse, fire or natural causes such as storms or floods,
after the telephone is in your possession.
Aastra Telecom shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages,
including, but not limited to, loss, damage or expense directly or indirectly arising
from the customers use of or inability to use this telephone, either separately or in
combination with other equipment. This paragraph, however, shall not apply to
consequential damages for injury to the person in the case of telephones used or
bought for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes.
This warranty sets forth the entire liability and obligations of Aastra Telecom with
respect to breach of warranty, and the warranties set forth or limited herein are the
sole warranties and are in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including warranties or fitness for particular purpose and merchantability.
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Warranty Repair Services
Should the set fail during the warranty period:
In North America, please call 1-800-574-1611 for further information.
Outside North America, contact your sales representative for return instructions.
You will be responsible for shipping charges, if any. When you return this
telephone for warranty service, you must present proof of purchase.
After Warranty Service
Aastra Telecom offers ongoing repair and support for this product. This service
provides repair or replacement of your Aastra Telecom product, at Aastra
Telecom's option, for a fixed charge. You are responsible for all shipping charges.
For further information and shipping instructions:
In North America, contact our service information number: 1-800-574-1611.
Outside North America, contact your sales representative.
Repairs to this product may be made only by the manufacturer and its authorized
agents, or by others who are legally authorized. This restriction applies during and
after the warranty period. Unauthorized repair will void the warranty.
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Index
A
C
Aastra Web UI
advanced settings description 8
basic settings description 7
enabling and disabling 9
operation description 7
status description 6
.
call forwarding 63
configuraton method for 65
configuring 65
enabling/disabling 64
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Administration Guide, for IP phone xiv
.
call waiting tone
configuring 133
.
administrator options 1
.
call waiting tones 128
auto-answer
about 112
.
auto-resync
mode 21
time 22
callers list
downloading to phone 73
enabling/disabling 71
overview 70
using on phone 71
B
Codecs 50
customized preference list of 52
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
conference key
enabling/disabling 9
setting as speeddial 10
beeping, status message 16
.
BLF
configuring 29
directed call pickup 32
on Asterisk 28
on BroadSoft 28
overview 26
setting 26
subscription period 35
subscription period, configuring 35
.
.
.
.
configuration
file precedence 7
methods for performing 7
.
.
.
.
.
configuration file, description of 6
.
.
.
.
configuration files
installing 8
using 5
.
.
blf key 12
.
.
configuration server 10
auto-resync mode 21
auto-resync time 22
configuring 10
download protocol 21
FTP Server 21
HTTP Server 21
TFTP Server 21
XML push server list 22
.
blf list key 12
.
.
BLF List,setting 27
.
.
BLF subscription period 35
.
.
.
Bridged Line Appearance (BLA)
about BLA 39
configuring 40
.
.
.
.
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configuration server settings 21
encryption
methods for 2
overview 2
procedure for 3
.
configuring network 4
.
Index
.
cordless keys
configuring 20
.
.
.
F
D
factory default settings 8
DHCP 4
configuring 5
not using 3
using 3
.
.
firmware
configuration server requirement for 5
description of 6
installation considerations 3
installation methods 3
installing 8
.
.
.
.
.
dial plan
configuring 110
.
.
.
.
dial plan terminator
overview 109
flash key 12
.
.
dial plans
overview 107
H
dial tones, stuttered
about 131
configuring 131
hard keys
enabling/disabling 9
DiffServ QoS 23
I
.
.
.
.
.
Directed call pickup
configuring 33 , 35
description of 32
.
Installation Guide, for IP phone xiv
.
.
intercom feature
about 112
configuring 113
incoming calls 112
outgoing calls 112
.
directory list
download behavior 79
downloading procedures 82
downloading to server 78
limitations for 79
overview 76
using 80
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
IP phone UI 2
.
.
.
L
.
DND
configuring 37
overview 37
language
configuring 135
overview 135
.
.
.
dnd key 12
.
.
DSCP 14 , 24
last call return 13
DTMF
out-of-band 53
last call return (lcr)
configuring 58
how it works 58
.
.
.
.
.
DTMF playback, configuring suppression for 24
DTMF, suppressing playback 24
.
.
.
lcr (last call return) 13
.
line key 12
.
line settings 19
E
empty key 13
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P
.
parameters
480i and 480iCT softkey 94
9112i and 9133i programmable key 100
Aastra Web UI 10
Action URIs 69
advanced SIP 53
audio transmit and receive adjustment settings 85
auto-answer settings 82
BLF subscription period 89
blind transfer setting 104
boot sequence recover mode 105
call forward settings 64
Callers List settings 64
configuration server 10
dial plan 32
directed call pickup 88
directory settings 63
DSCP 17
DTMF per-line settings 60
global ring tone settings 72
global SIP 35
Intercom settings 82
language 80
MAC Address/Line Number 103
Missed Calls Indicator settings 65
NAT 21
password 8
per-line ring tone settings 73
per-line SIP 43
priority alert settings 75
RTP, Codec, DTMF global settings 58
silence suppression settings 61
SIP registration retry timer 56
softkeys and programmable keys 93
stuttered dial tone setting 74
Suppress DTMF Playback 81
time server 23
ToS 17
updating caller ID 105
VLAN 18
voicemail 62
XML settings 66
.
.
.
.
.
.
N
.
.
NAT
configuring 17
configuring NAT address and port 19
Nortel Networks 17
overview 15
router configuration 16
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
network parameters 5
.
.
.
network settings, advanced 13 , 15
NAT IP 13
NAT port 13
Nortel NAT timer 13
Nortel NAT traversal 13
NTP time servers 13
time servers 1, 2, and 3 13
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
network settings, basic 12 , 4
DHCP 12
Gateway 12
IP Address 12
primary DNS 13
secondary DNS 13
Subnet Mask 12
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
network settings, configuring 7
Nortel Proxy 16
.
.
.
.
.
.
O
.
operational features 3
.
.
.
operational features, advanced 2
configuring line number 3
configuring MAC address 3
configuring message sequence for blind transfer 5
.
.
.
.
options
via Aastra Web UI 4
via Configuration Files 4
via IP Phone UI 3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
parameters, list of configurable 5
network settings 32
softkey settings 93
time server settings 23
.
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Index
missed calls indicator
accessing and clearing 75
enabling/disabling 74
overview 74
parameters, setting in configuration files 4
configuring 121
.
Index
park key 13
.
.
ring tones 118
configuring 121
.
park/pickup
about parked/pickup calls 45
configuring a static configuration 47
configuring programmable configuration using
config files 50
configuring programmable configuration using Web
UI 52
programmable configuration of 48
static configuration of 46
using on the IP phone 57
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
passwords
for a user 6
for an administrator 8
.
RTP
configuring 50 , 54
silenace suppression 53
.
.
.
RTP port 50
.
RTP settings 18
Basic Codecs 18
customizing Codec preference list 18
DTMF method 19
forcing RFC2833 out-of-band DTMF 18
RTP port 18
silence suppression 19
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Phone Status options
Factory Default 8
Firmware Version 7
Network Status 7
Restart Phone 7
S
.
SBG and ALG proxy 16
.
.
scrolling, status message 89 , 16
.
.
.
phone status settings 6
.
silence suppression 53
.
.
priority alerting
about 124
configuring 129
SIP
advanced settings 47
configuring 42
overview of 38
parameter precedence 40
programmable keys
configuring 17
overview 12
SIP Setting options
display name 15
user name 15
pickup key 13
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
SIP settings, advanced 16
BLF subscription period 18
MWI subscription 17
registration retry timer 17
Send Line Number 17
Send MAC Address 17
session timer 17
timer 1, 2 17
transaction timer 17
transport protocol 17
.
Q
.
.
QoS 23
.
.
.
R
.
.
redial key
enabling/disabling 9
setting as speeddial 10
.
.
repair 2
.
restarting IP phone 7
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
ring tone
patterns used for 125
Index-4
.
SIP settings, basic 15
authentication name 15
BLA number 15
calller ID 15
line mode 15
password 15
phone number 15
.
requirements, IP phone 4
ring tone sets 120
.
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screen name 15
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SIP settings, network
outbound proxy port 16
outbound proxy server 16
proxy port 16
proxy server 16
registrar 16
registrar port 16
registration period 16
Index
VLAN
configuring 22
DSCP Range 24
priority mapping 24
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
voicemail
configuring 84
overview 84
using 86
.
.
.
.
.
sofkeys
overview 12
.
.
W
Softkey settings 93
for 480i, 480iCT, 480i BroadSoft 94
for 9112i and 9133i 100
.
.
warranty 1
.
.
warranty exclusions 1
softkeys
configuring 17
.
.
softkeys, state-based 13
speeddial key 12
X
.
Xfer key, enabling/disabling 9
.
.
spre key 13
.
SRV lookup, configuring 41
.
XML
configuring 91
customized services 87
object requests 89
overview 87
push requests 90
using on phone 96
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status message beep
configuring in AastraIPPhoneStatus object 16
configuring in configuration files and Web UI 88
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status message scrolling 16
configuring in configuration files and Web UI 89
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xml key 12
.
XML push server list 22
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time servers, configuring 32
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ToS 23
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ToS, DSCP 14
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troubleshooting 2
solutions to common problems 6
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Tx/Rx adjustments
about 116
configuring 117
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upgrading, firmware 2
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41-001129-00 Rev 09, Release 1.4.1
Index-5
SIP IP Phone Administrator Guide
Models 480i, 480i CT, 9112i, 9133i
© 2006 Aastra Telecom Inc.
If you’ve read this owner’s manual and consulted the Troubleshooting section and
still have problems, please visit our website at www.aastra.com or call 1-800-574-1611
for technical assistance.
41-001129-00 Rev 09
Release 1.4.1
November 2006
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