Installation guide | Aastra Telecom 480i BROADSOFT IP Phone User Manual

480i BROADSOFT
SIP IP PHONE
RELEASE # 1.0
ADMINISTRATOR GUIDE
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Overview ............................................................................... 1
Target Audience .................................................................................. 1
General Requirements ........................................................................ 1
About this Guide .................................................................................. 1
Documentation .................................................................................... 1
Methods of Installation ......................................................... 2
480i IP Phone Set up .......................................................................... 2
The 480i’s Options List ........................................................................ 3
Phone Status: ...................................................................................... 4
The Aastra 480i Web Client ................................................................ 5
480i IP Phone Configuration ................................................. 6
Network ............................................................................................... 6
TFTP Server Settings .......................................................................... 7
SIP settings ......................................................................................... 7
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files .................. 9
Network Settings ................................................................................. 9
Time Server Settings ......................................................................... 12
SIP Settings ...................................................................................... 14
Line Settings ..................................................................................... 16
Integration with BroadSoft’s BroadWorks Call Manager ................... 18
Softkey Settings ................................................................................ 19
Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................ 21
Troubleshooting .................................................................. 23
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files ............................ 25
<mac>.cfg ......................................................................................... 32
Appendix B: TFTP Server Set-up......................................... 38
Limited Warranty ................................................................. 39
Table of contents
Table of Contents
Overview
Overview
About this Guide
This administration guide provides
information on the basic network
setup that is required for the 480i IP
phone on the BroadSoft
BroadWorks platform. It also
includes details on the functioning
and conÞguration of the 480i phone.
This guide complements the
Aastra 480i Installation Guide and the
Aastra 480i BroadSoft SIP IP Phone
User Guide.
Target Audience
This guide targets network
administrators, system
administrators, developers and
partners who need to understand
how to install the 480i on the
BroadSoft BroadWorks network.
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.
General Requirements
• A BroadSoft BroadWorks
account with a number created
for the new 480i phone.
• Access to a Trivial File Transfer
Protocol (TFTP) server.
• 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).
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Documentation
• Aastra 480i Installation Guide –
contains installation and set-up
instructions, information on general features and functions, and
basic options list customization.
Included with the telephone.
• Aastra 480i BroadSoft SIP IP
Phone Administrator Guide–
explains how to set the phone up
on the network, as well as
advanced conÞguration instructions for
the 480i. This guide contains
information that is at a technical
level more suitable for a system
or network administrator.
• Aastra 480i BroadSoft SIP IP
Phone User Guide– explains the
most commonly used features
and functions for an end user.
480i IP Phone Set up
The Þrmware set up and installation
for the 480i can be done through the
Options List available directly from
the phone or through the Aastra 480i
Web Client web interface. When the
480i is initialized for the Þrst time,
DHCP is enabled by default. The
DHCP server passes information to
the 480i so that it can conÞgure itself
for subsequent IP PBX addresses
and normal runtime operations.
The following considerations must
be made before connecting the 480i
phone to the network:
• If you are planning on using
Dynamic IP addresses, make sure
a DHCP server is running on
your network.
• If you are not planning on using
Dynamic IP addresses, refer to
the section "ConÞguring the 480i
IP Phone" on how to set up an
IP address manually.
• Make sure a TFTP server is set up
on your network and can accept
connections anonymously.
• If you are using SRV queries for
your DNS Server on BroadSoft,
change both the SIP Proxy Port
and SIP Registrar Port settings
to zero.
To Þnd out how to hook up the
cabling to your 480i phone, please
refer to the Aastra 480i Installation
Guide.
When the 480i is Þrst plugged in or
reset it will automatically download
any Þrmware updates for the phone.
The binary and conÞguration
Þles that are required for the 480i
are: "Þrmware.st", "aastra.cfg" and
"<mac>.cfg". The settings of the
480i phone, as well as the softkeys
and the line keys, can be conÞgured
through the conÞguration Þles.
Please refer to Appendix A for
details on the parameters that can
be set for the 480i phone. Please
refer to Appendix B for sample
conÞguration Þles with all the basic
parameters that need to be set in
order to register the IP with the PBX.
The following steps illustrate a
typical 480i phone setup:
1. If DHCP is disabled, manually
enter the TFTP server’s IP
address. For details on how to set
the TFTP server setting for the
480i, please refer to the section
"ConÞguring the 480i IP Phone".
2. Copy the Þrmware Þle
"Þrmware.st" to the root directory
of the TFTP server. This Þrmware
Þle is downloaded only when it
is different than the one the phone
is currently using.
3. Copy the Aastra conÞguration
Þle "aastra.cfg" and "<mac>.cfg"
Þle to the root directory of the
TFTP server.
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Methods of Installation
Methods of Installation
Methods of Installation
The 480i’s Options List
Network:
1. Press the £ button on the
phone to enter the options list
2. Use the r and s to scroll
through the list of options
3. Press the Show softkey, the 4
button or press the number
corresponding to the option
to select an option
4. Use the softkeys to change a
selected option
5. Press the Done softkey at any
time to save the change and exit
the current option
6. Press the Cancel softkey, the 3
button or the k button at
any time to exit without saving
the changes
If DHCP is enabled, all the Network
settings are automatically
conÞgured. The 480i’s Þrmware
allows the network settings to be
manually entered, if for any reason
the phone cannot populate any of
the settings with DHCP enabled.
If DHCP is disabled the following
network settings can be conÞgured
manually:
1. DHCP
This turns DHCP on or off. IP
Address, Subnet Mask and
Gateway options are automatically
populated and are read-only
when DHCP is used. DHCP is
used by default.
2. IP Address
This is the phone’s IP address.
To assign a static IP address to the
phone, disable DHCP.
3. Subnet Mask
To assign your own subnet mask
to the phone, disable DHCP.
4. Gateway
To assign your own gateway
IP address, disable DHCP.
5. DNS
To assign your own DNS
addresses, disable DHCP.
6. TFTP Server
This is the TFTP server’s IP
address.
Administrator Level Options
Some options in the phone’s options
list are considered administrator
level options and require the
administrator user name and
password. When attempting to
access administrator level options,
the phone will prompt for the
administrator password before
allowing access. The default
password for the administrator is
"22222". For all other phone options,
please refer to the Aastra 480i
Installation Guide.
The administrator level options in
the phone’s Options List are:
• "8.Network"
• "9.SIP Settings"
• "4.Factory Default" found
under option "10.Phone Status"
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Phone Status:
If you have a proxy server or have
a SIP registrar present at a different
location than the PBX server, the
following settings may need to be
changed:
1. Proxy IP
This is the IP address of the
proxy server.
2. Proxy Port
This is the SIP proxy server’s port
number. By default this number
is set to 5060.
3. Registrar IP
This is the IP address of the
SIP registrar.
4. Registrar Port
SIP registrar’s port number.
By default this is set to 5060.
5. User Name
This is used in the name Þeld of
the SIP URI for the 480i phone
and for registering the 480i at the
registrar.
6. Display Name
This is used in the display name
Þeld of the From SIP header Þeld.
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.
7. Auth Name
The authorization name that will
be used in the username Þeld of
the Authorization header Þeld of
the SIP REGISTER request.
8. Password
The password that is used to
register at the registrar.
The following options display
the phone’s status or allow you to
power cycle the phone or reset the
phone to its factory default settings.
1. Network Status
This shows the network status
of the two Ethernet ports at
the back of the phone. You can
also view the phone’s IP and
MAC addresses.
• IP Addr
Shows the IP address of
the phone
• MAC Addr
The MAC or the
hardware address of the
480i’s Ethernet card
2. Firmware Version
This option displays information
about the Þrmware that is
currently installed on the 480i.
3. Reset 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 the conÞguration
information modiÞed through
the conÞguration Þles to the
phone, OR
• If the settings for the 480i on
the IP PBX system had been
modiÞed.
4. Factory Default
This option lets you reset the
phone back to the factory default
settings, including the network
settings. Performing this
operation will result in losing
all user modiÞed settings.
Note: For information on other settings
in the options list of the phone,
please refer to the Aastra 480i
Installation Guide provided with
the 480i.
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Methods of Installation
SIP Settings:
Methods of Installation
The Aastra 480i Web Client
To access the Aastra 480i Web Client, open your web browser (supports
Internet Explorer and Gecko engine based browsers like Firefox, Mozilla or
Netscape) and enter the phone’s IP address into the address Þeld, starting
with the web preÞx "http://".
In the side menu of the Aastra 480i Web Client, there are three main
categories: Status, User and Admin.
• The STATUS category contains read only status information for sub-categories Network, Hardware and Firmware.
• The USER category contains user conÞgurable sub-categories Reset and
Password. This section is accessed through the user level or the administrator level user name and password. You will be prompted for this information when one of these options is selected. For more information, refer
to the Aastra SIP 480i IP Phone User Guide.
• The ADMIN category contains administrator only conÞgurable sub-categories: Network, Firmware and SIP Settings. This section is accessed
through the admin level user name and password. You will be prompted
for this information when one of these options is selected. For more information, refer to the section "ConÞguring the 480i IP phone" of this document.
The default for the administrator user name is "admin" and the password is
"22222". For a user, the default user name is "user" and the password Þeld is
left blank. The passwords can be changed using the web client or by using
the phone’s SIP Settings option available from the list of options in the
phone.
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The Network and SIP options
within the 480i phone can be
conÞgured from the phone or from
the Aastra 480i Web Client web
interface. Administrator level
options are password protected in
both the phone and the web
interface. User level options are
password protected within the
web interface only.
Network
DHCP automatically sends the IP
address, Subnet Mask and Gateway
network (also DNS and TFTP
Server) information to the 480i
phone during initialization when
the phone is Þrst powered up or
reset. By default, the DHCP setting
is enabled. The network settings
cannot be changed when DHCP is
used, so DHCP must be set to "Off"
in order to manually change
these settings.
Turn DHCP On or Off
From the 480i Phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 8. Network.
3. Enter the administrator’s
password. The default password
is 22222.
4. Press the Enter softkey.
5. Select option 1. DHCP.
6. Press the Change softkey to
indicate whether DHCP should
be used or not.
7. Press Done to save the changes.
From the Web Client:
1. Click on the Network sub-category
under the ADMIN main category.
2. Enter the administrator’s user
name and password (the default
user name is "admin" and
password is "22222").
3. In the web page that has just
opened, check the Use DHCP check
box to use DHCP and uncheck
to indicate that you do not want
to use DHCP.
4. Click on the Set Values button
to save the changes that you just
made.
Manually Configure
Network Settings
If you are not using DHCP, you
need to conÞgure the network
settings for the phone manually.
From the 480i Phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 8. Network.
3. Enter the administrator’s
password. The default password
is 22222.
4. Select option 2. IP Address to
change the IP address.
5. Select option 3. Subnet Mask
to change the subnet mask.
6. Select option 4. Gateway to
change the gateway address.
7. Select option 5. DNS to change
the DNS.
8. Press Done to save the changes.
When an IP address has been
assigned to the phone, you have
the option to either continue
conÞguring the 480i through the
£button on the phone or
to start using the Aastra 480i Web
Client. See the section "The Aastra
480i Web Client" within this
guide for details.
From the Web Client:
1. Click on the Network sub-category
under the ADMIN main category.
2. Enter the administrator’s
user name and password (the
default user name is "admin"
and password is "22222").
3. In the web page that has just
opened enter the IP address of
the phone, the Subnet Mask and
the Gateway IP address in their
corresponding Þelds.
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480i IP Phone Configuration
480i IP Phone
Configuration
480i IP Phone Configuration
TFTP Server Settings
SIP settings
The 480i phone uses the TFTP to
download updates of the phone’s
Þrmware and conÞguration Þles.
You must set the TFTP server
address in the phone.
From the 480i Phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 8. Network.
3. Enter the administrator’s
password. The default
password is 22222.
4. Select option 6. TFTP Server
to change the TFTP server.
From the Web Client:
1. Click on the Network sub-category
under the ADMIN main category.
2. Enter the administrator user
name and password (the default
user name is "admin" and
password is "22222").
3. In the TFTP Þeld, enter the IP
address of the TFTP server.
4. Click on the Set Values button
to save the changes that you
just made.
The 480i uses the information in
the SIP settings to register at the IP
PBX. To conÞgure the SIP settings:
From the 480i Phone:
1. Press the £button to enter
the Options List.
2. Select option 9. SIP Settings.
3. Enter the administrator’s
password. The default password
is 22222.
4. Select options 1-4 to change the
information about the registrar
and the proxy server.
5. Select option 5. User Name to
change the user name.
6. Select option 6. Screen Name to
change the screen name.
7. Select option 7. Auth. Name to
change the authorization name.
8. Select option 8. Password to
change the user’s password.
From the Web Client:
1. Click on the SIP Settings
sub-category under the ADMIN
main category.
2. Enter the administrator user
name and password (the default
user name is "admin" and
password is "22222").
3. In the web page that just
opened enter the appropriate
information.
4. Click on the Set Values button
to save the changes that you
just made.
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480i IP Phone Configuration
Note: At this point modiÞcations performed to the User name, Screen name,
Authentication name and Password affect line 1 of the 480i only. ModiÞcations
to the other lines should be done through the <mac>.cfg Þle. The NAT IP
Address and NAT Port are currently not supported and will have no effect when
set.
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
The following are the parameters that can be used to conÞgure the 480i
phone through the conÞguration Þles.
Network Settings:
The following section contains the parameters to conÞgure the network
settings.
Parameter – dhcp
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
Enabling DHCP will populate most of the
network information. The DHCP server
should serve the network information that
the 480i requires. If the 480i is unable to get
any required information then it should be
entered manually. Parameters affected: ip
Format
Integer
Default Value
1
Range
0 or 1
Example
dhcp: 1
Parameter – ip
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
This parameter assigns a static IP address to
the 480i device.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
ip: 192.168.0.25
Parameter –
subnet mask
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
The subnet mask IP address.
Format
IP address
Default Value
255.255.255.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
subnet mask: 255.255.255.224
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ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
The IP address of the network's gateway or
the router IP address
Format
IP address
Default Value
1.0.0.1
Range
Not Applicable
Example
default gateway: 192.168.0.1
Parameter – dns1
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
Primary domain name servers’ IP address.
For any of the IP address settings on the 480i
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
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
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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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
default gateway
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter – tftp server
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
The TFTP server’s IP address. If DHCP is
enabled and the DHCP server provides the
information, this Þeld is automatically
populated. Use this parameter to change the
IP address of the TFTP server. This will
become effective after this conÞguration Þle
has been downloaded into the phone.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
tftp server: 192.168.0.130
Parameter – sip rtp port
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
Indicates the port through which the RTP
packets will be sent to. 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
IP address
Default Value
3000
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip rtp port: 5130
Parameter –
sip silence suppression
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
Enables or disables SIP silence suppression.
Use "0" to disable, "1" to enable, and "2" to
use the default setting.
Format
Integer
Default Value
2
Range
0-2
Example
sip silence suppression: 2
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The following section contains the parameters to conÞgure settings speciÞc to
the timeserver.
Parameter –
time server disabled
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List
or the conÞguration Þles
Description
This parameter enables or disables the
time server. This parameter affects the time
server1, time server2 and time server3
parameters.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0 or 1
Example
time server disabled: 0
Parameter –
time server1
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List
or the conÞguration Þles.
Description
The primary time server's IP address. If the
time server is enabled, the value for time
server1 will be used to request the time from.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
timer server1: 192.168.0.5
Parameter –
time server2
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
The secondary time server's IP address. If
the time server is enabled, and the primary
time server is not conÞgured or cannot be
accessed the value for time server2 will be
used to request the time from.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
timer server2: 192.168.0.5
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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Time Server Settings:
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
time server3
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
The tertiary time server's IP address. If the
time server is enabled, and the primary and
secondary time servers are not conÞgured or
cannot be accessed the value for time server3
will be used to request the time from.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
timer server3: 192.168.0.5
Parameter –
time format
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List
or the conÞguration Þles
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 or 1
Example
time format: 0
Parameter –
date format
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List
or the conÞguration Þles
Description
This parameter allows the user to change the
date to various formats.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
0-7
Following table shows the format for the
corresponding date format values:
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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The following parameters are the settings speciÞc to SIP authentication.
Parameter – sip proxy ip
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options
List, the Aastra 480i web client or through
the conÞguration Þles.
Description
A SIP proxy is a server that makes and
forwards requests generated by the 480i to
the targeted user. This parameter’s IP
address will be the address of the proxy
server that the 480i will use to send all SIP
requests to.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip proxy ip: 192.168.0.101
Parameter –
sip proxy port
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options
List, the Aastra 480i web client or through
the conÞguration Þles.
Description
The proxy server's port number. This setting
must be set to zero "0" if using SRV queries
for your DNS server.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip proxy port: 5060
Parameter –
sip registrar ip
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options
List, the Aastra 480i web client or through
the conÞguration Þles
Description
A SIP registrar is a server that maintains the
location information of the 480i phone. This
parameter’s IP address will be the address of
the registrar that the 480i will use to send
REGISTER requests to.
Format
IP address
Default Value
0.0.0.0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip registrar ip: 192.168.0.101
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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
SIP Settings:
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
sip registrar port
ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options
List, the Aastra 480i web client or through
the conÞguration Þles
Description
The registrar's port number. This setting
must be set to zero "0" if using SRV queries
for your DNS server.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
registrar port: 5060
Parameter –
sip digit timeout
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
Represents the time in seconds to conÞgure
the timeout between consecutive key
presses.
Format
Integer
Default Value
4
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip digit timeout: 6
Parameter –
sip registration period
ConÞgurable only through the
conÞguration Þles.
Description
The time in seconds that the 480i should
use to send re-registration requests to.
The value of this parameter will be used in
the expires header Þeld value in the SIP
REGISTER request.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip registration period: 3600
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ConÞgurable through the 480i's Options List,
the Aastra 480i web client or through the
conÞguration Þles
Description
This session timer parameter is the time in
seconds that the 480i 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.
Format
Integer
Default Value
0
Range
Not Applicable
Example
sip session timer: 30
Line Settings
Parameter –
sip lineN auth name
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration Þles.
ConÞgurations done through the 480i's
Options List or the Aastra 480i web client
affect the Þrst line only.
Description
The authorization name that will be used in
the username Þeld of the Authorization
header Þeld of the SIP REGISTER request.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
N in the sip lineN auth name ranges
from 1 to 9
Example
sip line1 auth name: 1001
Parameter –
sip lineN password
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration Þles.
ConÞgurations done through the 480i's
Options List or the Aastra 480i web client
affect the Þrst line only.
Description
The password that will be used to register
at the registrar.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
N in the sip lineN password ranges
from 1 to 9
Example
sip line1 password: 12345
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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
sip session timer
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
sip lineN user name
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration Þles.
ConÞgurations done through the 480i's
Options List or the Aastra 480i web client
affect the Þrst line only.
Description
The value for this parameter is used in the
name Þeld of the SIP URI for the 480i phone
and for registering the 480i at the registrar.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
N in the sip lineN user name ranges
from 1 to 9
Example
sip line1 user name: 1001
Parameter –
sip lineN display name
ConÞgurable only through the
conÞguration Þles.
Description
This is used in the display name Þeld of the
From SIP header Þeld. 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
N in the sip lineN display name ranges
from 1 to 9
Example
sip line1 display name: Joe Smith
Parameter –
sip lineN screen name
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration Þles.
ConÞgurations done through the 480i's
Options List or the Aastra 480i web client
affect the Þrst line only.
Description
This is 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
N in the sip lineN screen name ranges
from 1 to 9
Example
sip line1 screen name: Joe Smith
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ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only.
Description
This sets the mode of the line as either
private or shared. If the line is private, all call
activity on this line will go to one phone. If
the line is shared, call activity can go to more
than one phone. Use "0" for the private
and "1" for shared.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
N in the sip lineN screen name ranges from 1
to 9. Value after mode is either "0" or "1".
Example
sip line1 mode: 0
Integration with BroadSoft’s BroadWorks Call Manager
Parameter –
sip broadsoft talk
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only.
Description
Enables or disabled integration with
the BroadWorks Call Manager for the
talk feature. Use "0" for disable and
"1" for enable.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 or 1
Example
sip broadsoft talk: 1
Parameter –
sip broadsoft hold
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only.
Description
Enables or disabled integration with
the BroadWorks Call Manager for the
hold feature. Use "0" for disable and
"1" for enable.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 or 1
Example
sip broadsoft hold: 1
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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
sip lineN mode
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Parameter –
sip broadsoft conference
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only.
Description
Enables or disabled integration with the
BroadWorks Call Manager for the conference
feature. Use "0" for disable and "1"
for enable.
Format
Boolean
Default Value
0
Range
0 or 1
Example
sip broadsoft conference: 1
Softkey Settings
This section contains the softkey parameters that can be conÞgured on the
480i phone. There are eighteen softkeys that can be conÞgured. These
parameters can be conÞgured either from the Aastra.cfg or the <mac>.cfg Þle.
Softkeys can be conÞgured as either speed dials or as additional call/line
appearances.
Parameter –
softkeyN type
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
The type of soft key that will
be conÞgured to.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
line or speeddial. N in the softkeyN type ranges
from 1 to 18
Example
softkey1 type: line
softkey2 type: speeddial
Parameter –
softkeyN label
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
The text label that should be displayed for
the soft key. If the soft key is of line type an
icon appears beside the soft key that
indicates the status of the line that this soft
key is conÞgured to.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
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Sequence of ascii characters. A width less
than 11 characters for line softkey type and a
width less than 9 for the speeddial softkey
type is suggested. N in the softkeyN label
ranges from 1 to 18
Example
softkey1 label: "Line 9"
softkey2 label: "Info"
Parameter –
softkeyN value
ConÞgurable through the conÞguration
Þles only
Description
If the soft key is of type, line then value
should be the line number that this
soft key represents. If the softkey is of type,
speeddial then value should be the number
to speed dial.
Format
Text
Default Value
Not Applicable
Range
line or speeddial. N in the softkeyN value
ranges from 1 to 18
Example
softkey1 value: 9
softkey2 value: 411
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Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Range
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
Firmware Upgrade
The 480i phone uses a TFTP server
to download conÞguration Þles and
Þrmware. The TFTP server should
be ready and be able to accept
connections anonymously (without
a requirement for a user name and
password). See Appendix B for
information on setting up a
TFTP server.
You can download the Þrmware
stored on the TFTP server in one of
two ways, by either resetting the
phone through the options list of
the 480i or by activating a Þrmware
download through the web client.
Resetting the phone will force the
phone to check for both Þrmware
and conÞguration Þles stored on the
TFTP server.
Warning: Do not reset or turn off
the phone until the download is
complete.
From the 480i Phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 10. Phone Status to
enter the Phone Status option.
3. Select option 3. Reset Phone.
4. Press the Reset softkey to
reset the phone.
5. Press the Cancel softkey to
cancel the current operation.
From the Web Client:
1. Click on the Firmware
sub-category under the ADMIN
main category.
2. Enter the administrator user
name and password (the default
user name is "admin" and
password is "22222").
3. In the Firmware Þeld, enter the
name of the Þrmware Þle that the
phone should be upgraded with,
as shown in the following image.
This name must match the actual
name of the Þrmware Þle residing
on your TFTP server.
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4. In the TFTP server IP Þeld enter
the IP address of the computer
where the TFTP server is located.
5. After entering the information
into the appropriate Þelds click
on the "Download Firmware"
button. This will start the
upgrade process. If the upgrade
was successful you will be
presented the following message.
Setting Parameters through Configuration Files
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section describes solutions
to some most commonly occurring
problems.
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 Þrmware Þle.
In the event that the phone is no
longer able to communicate with
the TFTP server in its attempt to
re-download the Þrmware and the
phone cannot locate the application
locally, this message will be
displayed.
The phone will display 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 will auto-assign itself
the default IP 192.168.0.50.
To recover the Þrmware for your
phone in this circumstance, please
perform the following:
1. Launch your web browser on
your computer. Please note that
your computer will need 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 will
launch the Aastra 480i IP Phone
Firmware Recovery page.
3. Enter the name of the Þrmware
Þle that is on the TFTP server
and ready for download.
E.g. "Þrmware.st".
4. Enter the IP of the TFTP server.
5. Press the Download Firmware
button.
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Please ensure that the TFTP server
is running and accessible on the
network. If the Þrmware Þle is
correctly located on the running
TFTP server, the phone will locate
the Þle and reload the application
onto the phone.
Why does my phone display the
"No Service" message?
The phone will display the "No
Service" message if the SIP settings
have not been set up correctly.
Check that the SIP settings are
correct in the phone. If using the
conÞguration Þles, this could be
a formatting or syntax error.
For example, when entering the
parameter "sip line1 user name:
5551231234", you cannot use
formatting symbols such as "-"
as in "555-123-1234" to format the
number or the phone will not
recognize it.
How to reset the 480i phone?
From the 480i phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 10. Phone Status to
enter the Phone Status option.
3. Select option 3. Reset Phone.
4. Press the Reset softkey to
reset the phone.
5. Press the Cancel softkey to cancel
the current operation.
From the web client:
1. Click on the Reset sub-category
under the USER main category.
2. Enter the administrator level
user name and password when
prompted.
3. On the web page that just
opened click on the Reset button
to reset the phone.
Troubleshooting
How to set the 480i phone
to factory default?
From the 480i phone:
1. Press the £ button to
enter the Options List.
2. Select option 10. Phone Status
to enter the Phone Status
options list.
3. Select option 4. Factory Default.
4. Enter the administrator password
and press the Enter softkey.
5. Press the Default softkey to
restore the 480i to the factory’s
default settings.
6. Press the Cancel softkey to cancel
the operation.
From the web client:
Currently this feature is not
available from the web client.
How to reset a user’s
password?
If a 480i user has forgotten the
password the following steps can be
performed to reset the password.
From the web client:
1. Click on the Password
sub-category under the USER
main category.
2. Enter the administrator level
user password in the Current
Password Þeld. Enter the new
password for the user (the user’s
name for whom the password is
being modiÞed is displayed
beside the User Name Þeld on the
current page). Re-enter the
password to conÞrm the new
password.
3. Click on the Set Password button
to complete the operation.
Model 480i Broadsoft Admin Guide 24
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
This section consists of the sample conÞguration Þles necessary to conÞgure
the 480i phones. The general format is similar to conÞguration Þles 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 doublequotes. Currently, Boolean Þelds use 0 for false and 1 for true.
Aastra.cfg
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
BroadSoft (SIP) Default ConÞguration File
==========================================
Date: December 16th, 04
File: Sample "aastra.cfg" Þle
Notes:
The general format used here is similar to conÞguration Þles
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 Þelds, 0 = false, 1 = true. All values that
are not commented for the following settings are the default
settings for the BroadSoft system, however, you should
change/comment the values to suit your requirements.
# Comments:
# This Þle contains sample conÞgurations for the "aastra.cfg"
# Þle. The active settings are the default settings for the
# BroadSoft version of the 480i (SIP) phone.
#
#
#
#
#
#
The Aastra 480i IP phones will download 2 conÞguration Þles
from the TFTP server while restarting, the "aastra.cfg" Þle and
the "[mac].cfg" Þle. These two conÞguration Þles can be used to
conÞgure all of the settings of the Aastra 480i phone with the
exception of assigning a static IP address to a phone and line
settings, which can only be set in the "<mac>.cfg" Þle.
# The "aastra.cfg" Þle conÞgures the settings server wide,
# while the "[mac].cfg" Þle conÞgures only the phone with
# the MAC address for which the Þle is named (for example,
# "00085d0304f4.cfg"). The settings in the "aastra.cfg" Þle
# will be overridden by settings which also appear in the
# "<mac>.cfg" Þle.
Continued...
25 Model 480i Broadsoft Admin Guide
dhcp: 1
# DHCP enabled.
# DHCP:
#
0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
#
1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
# Notes: If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will
# have to be conÞgured manually either through the conÞguration
# Þles, 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
#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" Þle if
# setting this manually.
#subnet mask:
#default gateway:
#dns1:
#dns2:
#tftp server:
Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# DHCP Setting
# ============
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#
Additional Network Settings:
===========================
#sip registration period: 300
# Eg. every 300 seconds, a re-register
# request is sent to the SIP server.
#sip rtp port: 3000
# Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.
sip silence suppression: 2
# "0" = off, "1" = on, "2" = default
#---------------------------------------------------------------------#
SIP registrar and Proxy Server Settings
#
=======================================
#
Notes: SIP Proxy Port and SIP Registrar Port settings must be set
#
to zero "0" if you are using SRV queries for your DNS server.
#sip proxy ip:
# IP of proxy server.
#sip proxy port: 5060
# 5060 is set by default.
#sip registrar ip:
# IP of registrar.
#sip registrar port: 5060
# 5060 is set by default.
#
Notes: Setting the SIP broadsoft parameters (talk, hold and
#
conference) to "1" enables advanced call control integration with
#
BroadSoft's BroadWorks Call Manager. "0" = disable, "1" = enable.
sip broadsoft talk: 1
sip broadsoft hold: 1
sip broadsoft conference: 1
sip digit time out: 4
# dialing behaviour
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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.
#time server3:
# Time Server Disabled:
#
0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#
1 = true, means the time server is disabled.
#
Notes: If the time server is enabled you will need to enter the
#
IP address of at least one time server. If the time server is
#
disabled, the time can be set manually in the phone's Options
#
List under option "2. Time and Date".
#---------------------------------------------------------------------the 480i phones. The general format is similar to conÞguration Þles 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 Þelds use 0 for false and 1 for true.
#
#
Line Settings
=============
# Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg Þle since these settings
# are unique to each phone. See the sample "<mac>.cfg" Þle for
# for more information.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------#
#
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" Þle, since these are unique to each phone.
Continued...
Model 480i Broadsoft Admin Guide 28
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Notes: There are a maximum of 18 softkeys that can be conÞgured
on the 480i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
conÞguration Þles, depending on whether this is to be server
wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone speciÞc ("[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:
SOFTKEY LABEL:
SOFTKEY VALUE:
"line", "speeddial"
Alpha numeric name for the softkey. The maximum
number of characters for this value is 10 for
speeddials and 9 for lines.
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 line, enter value as a number from
5 up to 9 (1 - 4 are already hardcoded as the L1,
L2, L3 and L4 hard key line/call appearances)
# Default Softkey Speed Dials
# ===========================
softkey1 type: speeddial
softkey1 label: "Unpark"
softkey1 value: *88
softkey2 type: speeddial
softkey2 label: "CallReturn"
softkey2 value: *69
softkey3 type: speeddial
softkey3 label: "Speed Dial"
softkey3 value: *74
softkey4 type: speeddial
softkey4 label: "Portal"
softkey4 value: 2"#"
Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
softkey5 type: speeddial
softkey5 label: "Pickup"
softkey5 value: *98
softkey6 type: speeddial
softkey6 label: "CallFwdOn"
softkey6 value: *72
softkey7 type: speeddial
softkey7 label: "CallFwdOff"
softkey7 value: *73
softkey8 type: speeddial
softkey8 label: "Cancel CW"
softkey8 value: *70
softkey9 type: speeddial
softkey9 label: "Blacklist"
softkey9 value: *60
softkey8 type: speeddial
softkey8 label: "DND On"
softkey8 value: *78
softkey9 type: speeddial
softkey9 label: "DND Off"
softkey9 value: *79
softkey10 type: speeddial
softkey10 label: "CLIDBlock"
softkey10 value: *67
softkey11 type: speeddial
softkey11 label: "Trace"
softkey11 value: *57
softkey12 type: speeddial
softkey12 label: "Clear MWI"
softkey12 value: *99
Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
softkey13 type: speeddial
softkey13 label: "Cancel CW"
softkey13 value: *70
# Example Softkey Line/Call Appearances
# =====================================
#
#
For the examples of softkey line/call appearances, please
refer to the sample "<mac>.cfg" Þle.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# For more information on parameters that can be set in the
# conÞguration Þles, please refer to your administration guide
# for the 480i IP phone.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
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#
#
BroadSoft (SIP) Sample ConÞguration File
=========================================
#
Date: December 16th, 04
#
File: Sample "<mac>.cfg" Þle
# Comments:
# This Þle contains sample conÞgurations for the "<mac>.cfg"
# Þle. Please rename this Þle with the MAC address (with the
# dashes removed) of the speciÞc 480i device that you want to
# conÞgure, for example "00085d03059f.cfg".
#
#
Settings that have already appeared in "aastra.cfg" will be
overridden by those in this Þle.
#
#
#
#
#
Parameters can be set in either the "<mac>.cfg" Þle or the
"aastra.cfg" Þle, with the exception of assigning a static
IP address to a phone which can only be set in the "<mac>.cfg"
Þle. For more details on sample settings see the sample
"aastra.cfg" Þle.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------#
#
DHCP Setting
============
# Notes: To set a static IP address, you must Þrst disable DHCP. If
# DHCP is disabled, you will also need to manually conÞgure Subnet
# Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP Server settings.
# DHCP:
#
0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
#
1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.
#dhcp: 0
# DHCP disabled.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
<mac>.cfg
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#
#
Network Settings
================
#ip:
# This value is unique to each phone on a server
# and should be set in the "<mac>.cfg" Þle if
# setting this manually.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------#
#
Line Settings
=============
#
#
Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg Þle since these settings
are unique to each phone.
#
#
#
#
Notes: Setting parameters for lines 1 - 4 conÞgures the 4
line/call appearance hard keys on the 480i. Setting parameters
for lines 5 - 9 conÞgures the phone for additional line/call
appearances that can be set up as softkeys.
#
#
#
The maximum number of line/call appearances that can be
conÞgured on the 480i is 8 or 9, depending on how the lines
have been conÞgured.
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
If all line/call appearances have been set up as private and for
the same number, a total of 9 lines can be conÞgured. If all
line/call appearances have been set up between two different
numbers and as private, a total of 8 lines can be conÞgured.
This means that when all line/call appearances are in use, 1 is
connected while the rest are held. No further outgoing or
incoming calls can be made until one of the line/call appearances
becomes available.
#
#
If shared line/call appearances have been set up, they can only
be set up for one number.
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#sip line1 auth name:
#sip line1 password:
#sip line1 mode: 0
#sip line1 user name:
#sip line1 display name:
#sip line1 screen name:
# user's phone.
# SIP Registrar request authorization name.
# SIP Registrar request passcode.
# 0 = private line; 1 = shared line
# This parameter value is used by the 480i
# in the From header Þeld of the outgoing
# SIP packet. It may be replaced by your
# registrar.
# Name used for SIP messages.
# User's name seen on the idle screen of the
# Example Settings for Lines 2-9
# ==============================
#sip line2 auth name: authname
#sip line2 password: password
#sip line2 mode: 0
#sip line2 user name: 5551231234
#sip line2 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line2 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line3 auth name: authname
#sip line3 password: password
#sip line3 mode: 0
#sip line3 user name: 5551231234
#sip line3 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line3 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line4 auth name: authname
#sip line4 password: password
#sip line4 mode: 0
#sip line4 user name: 5551231234
#sip line4 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line4 screen name: Joe Smith
Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
# Explanation of Settings with Line 1 as Example
# ==============================================
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#sip line5 auth name: authname
#sip line5 password: password
#sip line5 mode: 0
#sip line5 user name: 5551231234
#sip line5 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line5 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line6 auth name: authname
#sip line6 password: password
#sip line6 mode: 0
#sip line6 user name: 5551231234
#sip line6 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line6 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line7 auth name: authname
#sip line7 password: password
#sip line7 mode: 0
#sip line7 user name: 5551231234
#sip line7 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line7 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line8 auth name: authname
#sip line8 password: password
#sip line8 mode: 0
#sip line8 user name: 5551231234
#sip line8 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line8 screen name: Joe Smith
#sip line9 auth name: authname
#sip line9 password: password
#sip line9 mode: 0
#sip line9 user name: 5551231234
#sip line9 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line9 screen name: Joe Smith
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#
#
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" Þle, since these are unique to each phone.
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
Notes: There are a maximum of 18 softkeys that can be conÞgured
on the 480i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
conÞguration Þles, depending on whether this is to be server
wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone speciÞc ("[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"
SOFTKEY LABEL: Alpha numeric name for the softkey. The maximum
number of characters for this value is 10 for
speeddials and 9 for lines.
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 line, enter value as a number from
5 up to 9 (1 - 4 are already hardcoded as the L1,
L2, L3 and L4 hard key line/call appearances)
# Softkey Speed Dials
# ===================
#
#
For the default softkey speed dials, please refer to the sample
"aastra.cfg" Þle.
Continued...
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Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
Appendix A: Sample Configuration Files
# Example Softkey Line/Call Appearances
# =====================================
#softkey1 type: line
#softkey1 label: "Line 5"
#softkey1 value: 5
#softkey2 type: line
#softkey2 label: "Line 6"
#softkey2 value: 6
#softkey3 type: line
#softkey3 label: "Line 7"
#softkey3 value: 7
#softkey4 type: line
#softkey4 label: "Line 8"
#softkey4 value: 8
#softkey5 type: line
#softkey5 label: "Line 9"
#softkey5 value: 9
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# For more information on parameters that can be set in the
# conÞguration Þles, please refer to your administration guide
# for the 480i IP phone.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
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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 conÞgure the directory
from where you would be serving the Þles, click on the Options
button on PumpKIN’s main window as shown in the following Þgure.
It is important to select the "Give all Þles" radio button under the "Read
Request Behavior" category. This makes the Þles to be served without any
manual intervention when requested.
If you want to prevent users from writing Þles 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
Þrmware Þles should be in the Þle system root directory. Currently we do
not support downloads from Þles 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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Appendix B: TFTP Server Set-up
Appendix B: TFTP Server Set-up
Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty
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, Þre or natural causes such as
storms or ßoods, 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
39 Model 480i Broadsoft Admin Guide
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 Þtness for particular
purpose and merchantability.
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 Þxed
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.
Note: 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.
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.
© Aastra Telecom Inc.2005 41-0101-00 Rev 00
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