Administering Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone

Administering Avaya E129 SIP
Deskphone
Release 1.1
Issue 1
March 2015
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction............................................................................................................ 7
Purpose.................................................................................................................................. 7
Intended audience................................................................................................................... 7
Document changes since last issue.......................................................................................... 7
Related resources................................................................................................................... 7
Documentation.................................................................................................................. 7
Support.................................................................................................................................. 8
Chapter 2: Getting started........................................................................................................ 9
Administration features............................................................................................................ 9
Connection ports................................................................................................................... 10
Button layout......................................................................................................................... 11
Chapter 3: Administering through the deskphone.............................................................. 13
Configuring the SIP account settings....................................................................................... 13
SIP account field descriptions................................................................................................. 14
Configuring the upgrade phone settings.................................................................................. 15
Upgrade phone field descriptions............................................................................................ 15
Resetting the phone to factory default..................................................................................... 15
Configuring Layer2 QoS settings............................................................................................ 16
Layer2 QoS field descriptions................................................................................................. 16
Configuring the network settings............................................................................................. 16
Network field descriptions...................................................................................................... 17
Chapter 4: Administering through the Web GUI.................................................................. 19
Gaining access to the Web GUI.............................................................................................. 19
Managing the account settings............................................................................................... 20
Configuring the accounts general settings......................................................................... 20
Accounts general settings field description........................................................................ 20
Configuring the accounts network settings......................................................................... 21
Accounts network settings field descriptions...................................................................... 21
Configuring the accounts SIP settings..................................................................................... 22
Configuring the basic SIP settings.................................................................................... 22
Basic SIP settings field description.................................................................................... 22
Configuring the advanced SIP settings.............................................................................. 26
Configuring the SIP session timer settings......................................................................... 26
SIP session timer settings field descriptions....................................................................... 26
Configuring the SIP security settings................................................................................. 27
SIP security settings field descriptions............................................................................... 28
Configuring the accounts audio settings.................................................................................. 28
Accounts audio settings field descriptions................................................................................ 29
Configuring the accounts call settings..................................................................................... 30
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Accounts call settings field descriptions................................................................................... 31
Managing the deskphone settings........................................................................................... 32
Configuring the general settings....................................................................................... 32
General settings field descriptions.................................................................................... 33
Configuring the call features settings................................................................................. 33
Call features settings field descriptions.............................................................................. 34
Configuring the ring tone settings...................................................................................... 35
Ring tone settings field descriptions.................................................................................. 35
Configuring the audio control settings............................................................................... 36
Audio control settings field descriptions............................................................................. 36
Configuring the LCD display settings................................................................................. 37
LCD display settings field description................................................................................ 38
Configuring the date and time settings.............................................................................. 38
Date and time settings field descriptions............................................................................ 38
Configuring the XML applications settings......................................................................... 39
XML applications field descriptions................................................................................... 39
Managing the network settings............................................................................................... 40
Configuring the network basic settings.............................................................................. 40
Network basic settings field descriptions........................................................................... 40
Configuring the network advanced settings........................................................................ 41
Network advanced settings field descriptions..................................................................... 42
Maintaining the deskphone..................................................................................................... 43
Configuring the Web access passwords............................................................................ 43
Web access passwords field descriptions.......................................................................... 43
Configuring the upgrade and provisioning settings............................................................. 43
Upgrading and provisioning settings field descriptions........................................................ 44
Configuring the syslog settings......................................................................................... 46
Syslog settings field descriptions...................................................................................... 46
Configuring the language settings..................................................................................... 47
Language settings field descriptions................................................................................. 47
Configuring the TR-069 settings....................................................................................... 47
Configuring the security settings....................................................................................... 48
Security settings field descriptions.................................................................................... 48
Managing the phone book...................................................................................................... 49
Adding a contact............................................................................................................. 49
Updating contact details................................................................................................... 49
Deleting a contact............................................................................................................ 49
Contact field descriptions................................................................................................. 50
XML phone book............................................................................................................. 50
Configuring the LDAP settings.......................................................................................... 54
LDAP settings field descriptions........................................................................................ 55
Chapter 5: Administering through the configuration file.................................................... 57
Account general settings parameters...................................................................................... 58
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Account network settings parameters...................................................................................... 58
Basic SIP settings parameters................................................................................................ 59
Advanced SIP settings parameters......................................................................................... 62
SIP session timer settings parameters.................................................................................... 63
SIP security settings parameters............................................................................................ 64
Audio settings parameters...................................................................................................... 65
Call settings parameters........................................................................................................ 68
Basic network settings parameters.......................................................................................... 72
Advanced network settings parameters................................................................................... 74
Web access parameters........................................................................................................ 75
Deskphone upgrading and provisioning parameters................................................................. 75
Syslog parameters................................................................................................................ 77
Language parameters............................................................................................................ 78
Security settings parameters.................................................................................................. 79
XML phone book configuration parameters.............................................................................. 80
LDAP settings parameter....................................................................................................... 81
General settings parameters.................................................................................................. 82
Call features settings parameters............................................................................................ 83
Ring tone parameters............................................................................................................ 84
Audio control parameters....................................................................................................... 85
LCD display parameter.......................................................................................................... 86
Date and time parameters...................................................................................................... 86
XML applications settings parameters..................................................................................... 88
Configuring speed dial........................................................................................................... 89
Sample configuration file........................................................................................................ 89
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Purpose
This document provides deskphone administration and maintenance procedures that you can
perform through different interfaces.
Intended audience
This document is for administrators, implementation engineers, and BusinessPartners responsible
for deskphone administration and maintenance.
Document changes since last issue
The following changes have been made to this document since the last issue:
• Changed the descriptions of the SIP server and Secondary SIP Server parameters.
• Changed the descriptions of Phone book XML Server Path and P331 parameters.
Related resources
Documentation
Document
number
Title
Use this document to:
Audience
Implementing
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Document
number
Title
Use this document to:
Audience
16–604370
Installing and Maintaining
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone
See the install and upgrade
procedures for the Avaya E129 SIP
deskphone.
Administrators
and network
engineers
16–604368
Using Avaya E129 SIP
Deskphone
See the capabilities of Avaya E129
SIP deskphone and to learn about
how various features work.
Users and
administrators
16–604373
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone
Quick Reference
See frequently used tasks.
Users and
administrators
Using
Support
Go to the Avaya Support website at http://support.avaya.com for the most up-to-date
documentation, product notices, and knowledge articles. You can also search for release notes,
downloads, and resolutions to issues. Use the online service request system to create a service
request. Chat with live agents to get answers to questions, or request an agent to connect you to a
support team if an issue requires additional expertise.
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Chapter 2: Getting started
Administration features
You can administer the following features of the deskphone:
• SIP settings
• Network settings
• Phone settings, such as ring tone, time display format, and phone screen contrast
• Security settings
You can administer the features:
• Locally through a deskphone
• Remotely through a Web GUI of the respective phone
• Centrally through the configuration file
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Connection ports
Figure 1: Connection ports at the back of the deskphone
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Number
Port name
Description
1
PC
A 10/100–Mbps RJ45 port to connect to a personal computer or a
mobile computer
2
LAN
A 10/100–Mbps RJ45 port to connect to PoE-supported Ethernet
3
Power
A 5–V DC port to connect to the power supply
4
Handset
An RJ9 port to connect the handset
5
Headset
An EHS-suported RJ9 port to connect to a Plantronics headset
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Button layout
Button layout
Number
Button name
Description
1
Softkeys
Display screen-specific commands.
2
Phonebook
Displays the contacts list.
3
Transfer
Transfers the call to the selected number.
4
Mute
Mutes and unmutes the microphone.
5
Speaker
Activates and deactivates the speakerphone.
6
Volume
Increases and decreases the volume.
7
Call
Dials the number that you enter.
8
Flash
Puts the current call on hold and brings up the second line for dialing
or answering the second call.
9
Conference
Starts the conference.
10
Message
Dials the voice mail server.
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Number
Button name
Description
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Up, Down, Right,
and Left navigation
keys
Navigates between various menu options.
12
Menu
Displays the menu or selects the highlighted option.
13
Message Waiting
Indicator
Turns red if you get a voice mail.
You can use the Left navigation key to perform the back function that
takes you one level up the menu options.
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Chapter 3: Administering through the
deskphone
You can administer the deskphone locally through the administration options that the deskphone
provides. You can administer features such as the SIP account, network settings, and contacts.
You might need to enter the password in case you configured the password through the Web GUI or
through the configuration file.
Note:
You can use the keypad to input letters and special symbols. To insert a period, press * multiple
times to cycle to the period symbol. To insert a colon, press # .
Related Links
Configuring the SIP account settings on page 13
SIP account field descriptions on page 14
Configuring the upgrade phone settings on page 15
Upgrade phone field descriptions on page 15
Resetting the phone to factory default on page 15
Configuring Layer2 QoS settings on page 16
Layer2 QoS field descriptions on page 16
Configuring the network settings on page 16
Network field descriptions on page 17
Configuring the SIP account settings
About this task
Use the following procedure to configure SIP account parameters of the deskphone.
Note:
If you enabled the Constraint Mode option, the deskphone does not display the Config menu
option. In this case, use the Admin Login menu option to view all hidden menu options.
Procedure
1. Press Menu > Config > SIP.
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2. Enter the required values for each SIP parameter.
3. Select Save, and press Menu.
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SIP account field descriptions
Name
Description
SIP Proxy
The IP address or the URL of the SIP proxy server.
The supported syntax is IP/Host:port.
SIP Transport
The SIP transport protocol. The options are:
• UDP
• TCP
• TLS/TCP
Note:
In the Avaya Aura® environment, Avaya E129
SIP Deskphone does not support UDP.
Audio
The audio codec that the deskphone uses. The
options are:
• PCMU
• PCMA
• G.722
• G.723.1
• G.726–32
• G.729(A/B)
• iLBC
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Configuring the upgrade phone settings
Configuring the upgrade phone settings
About this task
Use the following procedure to configure settings to upgrade the phone. Ensure that you upgrade
the deskphone during the off hours.
Procedure
1. Press Menu > Config > Upgrade.
2. Enter the required values for each upgrade parameter.
3. Select Save.
4. Press the Yes softkey when the deskphone displays the prompt to reboot.
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Upgrade phone field descriptions
Name
Description
Firmware Server
The URL or the IP address of the server from where
the deskphone downloads the latest firmware.
Config Server
The URL or the IP address of the server from where
the deskphone downloads the configuration file.
Upgrade Via
The protocol that the deskphone uses to download
the firmware. You can select from the following
options:
• TFTP
• HTTP
• HTTPS
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Resetting the phone to factory default
About this task
Use the following procedure to reset SIP and network parameters to the default factory settings.
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Procedure
1. Press Menu > Config > Factory Reset.
2. Press OK to confirm the resetting.
The phone resets all SIP and network parameters to the default factory settings.
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Configuring Layer2 QoS settings
About this task
Use the following procedure to set the VLAN parameters.
Procedure
1. Press Menu > Config > Layer2 QoS.
2. Enter the required values for each VALN parameter.
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Layer2 QoS field descriptions
Name
Description
802.1Q/VLAN Tag
The VLAN tag for the Layer2 QoS packets.
priority value
The priority value for the Layer2 QoS packets.
Reset Vlan Config
The option to reset the VLAN tag value.
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Configuring the network settings
About this task
Use the following procedure to configure network parameters, such as the IP mode and the
Gateway IP address.
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Network field descriptions
Procedure
1. Press Menu > Network Config.
2. Enter the required value for each network parameter.
3. Select Back, and press Menu.
4. To immediately bring into effect the updated values, press Reboot , else press No.
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Network field descriptions
Name
Description
IP Setting
Specifies the IP mode that the deskphone uses for
the IP address. Select from the following options:
• DHCP
• Static IP
• PPPoE
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
PPPoE.
PPPoE Settings
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
PPPoE.
IP
Specifies the IP address of the deskphone when the
IP mode is static.
Netmask
Specifies the subnet mask that the deskphone uses
when the IP mode is static.
Gateway
Specifies the gateway that the deskphone uses
when the IP mode is static.
DNS Server 1
Specifies the default DNS server that the deskphone
uses when the IP mode is static.
DNS Server 2
Specifies the second DNS server that the deskphone
uses when the IP mode is static.
802.1X
Specifies the 802.1X mode details.
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802.1X field descriptions
Name
Description
Mode
Specifies the option to enable or disable the 802.1X
mode. You can select from the following options:
• Disable
• EAP-MD5
Identity
Specifies the identity of the 802.1X EAP-MD5 mode.
MD5 Password
Specifies the MD5 password for the 802.1X EAPMD5 mode.
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Chapter 4: Administering through the Web
GUI
You can administer the deskphone remotely through a Web GUI that Avaya provides with
deskphones. You can administer features such as the SIP account, network settings, and contacts.
You require a password to gain access to the administrative options available on the Web GUI.
Related Links
Gaining access to the Web GUI on page 19
Configuring the accounts audio settings on page 28
Accounts audio settings field descriptions on page 29
Configuring the accounts call settings on page 30
Accounts call settings field descriptions on page 31
Gaining access to the Web GUI
Before you begin
You must get the following:
• The administrator password
• The IP address of the phone that you want to administer
About this task
Use the following procedure to gain access to the Web GUI of the respective phone that you want to
administer. The Web GUI supports only the English language.
Procedure
1. Start a browser.
2. In the address field of the browser, type the IP address of the phone, and press Enter.
The system displays the Login page.
3. In the Password field, enter the administrator password.
4. In the Language field, click the required language.
5. Click Login, or press Enter.
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The system displays the Account Status page of the Web GUI.
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Managing the account settings
Configuring the accounts general settings
About this task
You must restore the deskphone to the factory default if you are configuring the deskphone for
another profile.
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > General Settings.
The system displays the General Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Accounts general settings field description
Name
Description
Account Active
Specifies the status that indicates whether the
account is active. You can select from the following
options:
• No
• Yes
Account Name
Specifies the name of the account that the phone
displays on the phone screen.
SIP Server
Specifies the IP address and port of the SIP server
on which you created the account.
Secondary SIP Server
Specifies the IP address and port of the SIP server
that the deskphone uses when the primary SIP
server fails.
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Name
Description
Voice Mail UserID
Specifies the number of the voice mail server that
the deskphone dials to when the user presses the
Message button.
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Configuring the accounts network settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > Network Settings.
The system displays the Network Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Accounts network settings field descriptions
Name
Description
DNS Mode
Specifies the method that the system uses to look up
IP addresses for host names. You can select from
the following options:
• A Record
• SRV
• NAPTR/SVR
• Use Configured IP
If you select Use Configured IP, you must also
provide values for Primary IP, Backup IP 1, and
Backup IP 2.
Primary IP
Specifies the primary IP address to which the phone
sends DNS queries.
Backup IP 1
Specifies the first backup IP address to which the
phone sends DNS queries if the primary IP address
fails.
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Name
Description
Backup IP 2
Specifies the second backup IP address to which the
phone sends DNS queries if the first backup IP
address fails.
NAT Traversal
Specifies the NAT traversal activation status. You
can select from the following options:
• No
• STUN
• Keep-Alive
• UPnP
• Auto
• VPN
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
NAT Traversal.
Proxy-Require
Specifies the SIP extension to notify the SIP server
that the phone is behind a NAT or a firewall.
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Configuring the accounts SIP settings
Configuring the basic SIP settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > SIP Settings > Basic Settings.
The system displays the Basic Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Name
Description
SIP Registration
Specifies whether the deskphone sends SIP register
messages to the proxy server. Select from the
following options:
• No: The deskphone does not send SIP register
messages
• Yes: The deskphone sends SIP register messages
Unregister on Reboot
Specifies whether the deskphone clears the SIP
registration information when the deskphone
reboots. Select from the following options:
• No: To keep the information
• Yes: To clear the information
If you enabled the auto login feature, the feature
takes precedence over any value set in this field.
Register Expiration
Specifies the frequency in minutes in which the
deskphone refreshes registration with the specified
registrar. The maximum value that you can assign is
64800. The default value is 60.
Reregister before Expiration
Specifies the frequency in seconds in which the
deskphone sends reregistration request before the
deskphone refreshes its registration. The default
value is 0.
SIP Registration Failure Retry Wait Time
Specifies the interval in seconds in which the
deskphone retries registration if the registration
process fails. Assign any value in the range of 1 to
3600. The default values is 20.
SIP T1 Timeout
Specifies the SIP T1 timeout, which is an estimate of
the round-trip time (RTT) of transactions between the
deskphone and the SIP server. The default is 0.5
seconds.
SIP T2 Timeout
Specifies the SIP T2 timeout, which is the maximum
retransmit interval for non-INVITE requests and
INVITE responses. The default setting is 4 seconds.
SIP Transport
Specifies the network protocol that the deskphone
uses for the SIP transport. Select from the following
options:
• UDP
• TCP
• TLS/TCP
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Name
Description
Note:
In the Avaya Aura® environment, Avaya E129
SIP Deskphonedoes not support UDP.
SIP URI Scheme When Using TLS
Specifies the SIP URI scheme that the deskphone
uses when you select TLS/TCP as the SIP transport.
Select from the following options:
• sip
• sips
Note:
In case of TLS registration, you must select sip
so that the deskphone can register and make or
receive calls behind Avaya SBCE (Session
Border Controller for Enterprise) over TLS.
Use Actual Ephemeral Port in Contact with
TCP/TLS
Specifies whether the deskphone uses the actual
ephemeral port in contact when you select TLS/TCP
as the SIP transport. Select from the following
options:
• No
• Yes
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter. Ensure that you select No.
Remove OBP from Route
Specifies whether the deskphone notifies the SIP
server of being behind a NAT or a firewall. Select
from the following options:
• No
• Yes
Support SIP Instance ID
Specifies whether the deskphone supports the SIP
Instance ID. Select from the following options:
• No
• Yes
SUBSCRIBE for MWI
Specifies whether the deskphone sends
SUBSCRIBE for Message Waiting Indication
periodically. Select from the following options:
• No
• Yes
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Name
Description
SUBSCRIBE for Registration
Specifies whether the deskphone sends
SUBSCRIBE for registration periodically. Select from
the following options:
• No
• Yes
Enable 100rel
Specifies whether the deskphone invokes a reliable
provisional response by appending the 100rel tag to
the value of the required header of the initial
signaling messages. Select from the following
options:
• No
• Yes
Caller ID Display
Specifies whether the deskphone displays the caller
ID. You can select from the following options:
• Auto: The deskphone looks for the caller ID in the
order of the P-Asserted Identity Header field, the
Remote-Party-ID Header field, and the From
Header field in the incoming SIP INVITE .
• Disabled: The deskphone displays unavailable
instead of the caller ID.
• From Header: The deskphone displays the caller
ID based on the From Header field in the incoming
SIP INVITE.
Use Privacy Header
Specifies whether the SIP INVITE message includes
the Privacy Header field. Select from the following
options:
• Default: To not include the Privacy Header field
when you activate the Huawei IMS feature.
• No: To not include the Privacy Header field.
• Yes: To include the Privacy Header field.
Use P-Preferred-Identity Header
Specifies whether the SIP INVITE message includes
the P-Preferred-Identity Header field. Select from the
following options:
• Default: Includes the P-Preferred-Identity Header
field when you activate the Huawei IMS feature.
• No: Includes the P-Preferred-Identity Header field.
• Yes: Includes the P-Preferred-Identity Header field.
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Configuring the advanced SIP settings
About this task
Note:
For now, Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support advanced SIP settings.
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > SIP Settings > Advanced Features.
The system displays the Advanced Features page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Configuring the SIP session timer settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > SIP Settings > Session Timer.
The system displays the Session Timer page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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SIP session timer settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Session Expiration
Specifies the session expiration time in seconds
provided that no successful session refresh
transaction occurs beforehand.
Min-SEe
Specifies the minimum session expiration time in
seconds.
Caller Request Timer
Specifies whether the phone uses a session timer
while making outbound calls when the remote party
supports session timers.
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Name
Description
Callee Request Timer
Specifies whether the phone uses a session timer
while receiving inbound calls when the remote party
supports session timers.
Force Timer
Specifies whether the phone uses a session timer
even if the remote party does not support this
feature.
UAC Specify Refresher
Specifies the refresher to select as a caller. You can
select from the following options:
• UAC: To use the phone as the refresher.
• UAS: To use the callee or proxy server as the
refresher.
• Omit
. As a Caller, select UAC to use the phone as the
refresher; or select UAS to use the Callee or proxy
server as the refresher.
UAS Specify Refresher
Specifies the refresher to select as a callee. You can
select from the following options:
• UAC: To use caller or proxy server as the
refresher.
• UAS: To use the phone as the refresher.
Force INVITE
Specifies whether the phone uses the INVITE
method to refresh the session timers.
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Configuring the SIP security settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > SIP Settings > Security Settings.
The system displays the Security Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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SIP security settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Check Domain Certificates
Specifies whether the phone checks the domain
certificates when the SIP transport is TLS or TCP.
Validate Incoming Messages
Specifies whether the phone validates the incoming
messages.
Check SIP User ID for Incoming INVITE
Specifies whether the phone checks the SIP user ID
in the request URI of the incoming INVITE. If the SIP
user ID does not match the phone SIP user ID, the
phone rejects the call.
Accept Incoming SIP from Proxy Only
Specifies whether the phone checks the SIP address
of the request URL in the incoming SIP message. If
the SIP address of the request URL doe snot match
with the SIP server address of the account, the
phone rejects the call.
Authenticate Incoming INVITE
Specifies whether the phone challenges the
incoming INVITE for authentication with SIP 401
Unauthorized response.
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Configuring the accounts audio settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > Audio Settings.
The system displays the Audio Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Accounts audio settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Send DTMF
Specifies the mechanism to transmit DTMF digits.
You can select from the following options:
• in-audio
• via RTP (RFC2833)
• via SIP INFO
DTMF Payload Type
Specifies the payload type for DTMF as specified in
RFC2833.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 1
Specifies the first preferred vocoders that the phone
includes in the same preference order in the SDP
message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 2
Specifies the second preferred vocoders that the
phone includes in the same preference order in the
SDP message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 3
Specifies the third preferred vocoders that the phone
includes in the same preference order in the SDP
message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 4
Specifies the fourth preferred vocoders that the
phone includes in the same preference order in the
SDP message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 5
Specifies the fifth preferred vocoders that the phone
includes in the same preference order in the SDP
message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 6
Specifies the sixth preferred vocoders that the phone
includes in the same preference order in the SDP
message.
Preferred Vocoder - choice 7
Specifies the seventh preferred vocoders that the
phone includes in the same preference order in the
SDP message.
Use First Matching Vocoder in 200OK SDP
Specifies whether the phone uses the first matching
vocoder as the codec that the phone received in the
200OK SDP.
SRTP Mode
Specifies whether the SRTP mode is to be enabled.
Symmetric RTP
Specifies whether the phone supports the symmetric
RTP.
Silence Suppression
Specifies whether the phone sends a small quantity
of VAD packets, instead of audio packets, when the
phone detects silence. Silence suppression is
applicable for the codec G.723 and G.729 only.
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Name
Description
Voice Frames per TX
Specifies the number of voice frames that the phone
tramsits per packet. the number of voice frames
transmitted per packet. The frame number is up to
10, 20, 32, and 64 for G711, G726, G723, and other
codecs respectively.
G723 Rate
Specifies the encoding rate for G723 codec.
G.726-32 Packing Mode
Specifies the packing mode for the G726-32 codec.
iLBC Frame Size
Specifies the iLBC packet frame size.
iLBC Payload Type
Specifies the iLBC payload type. The valid range is
from 96 to 127.
Jitter Buffer Type
Specifies the jitter buffer type. You can select from
the following values based on network conditions:
• Fixed
• Adaptive
Jitter Buffer Length
Specifies jitter buffer length. You can select a low,
medium, or high value based on network conditions.
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Configuring the accounts call settings
Procedure
1. Click Accounts > Account 1 > Call Settings.
The system displays the Call Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Accounts call settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Early Dial
Specifies whether the SIP proxy supports the 484
response.
Dial Plan Prefix
Specifies the prefix that the phone adds to the dialed
number.
Dial Plan
Specifies the dial plan for the phone. The dial plan
establishes the expected number and pattern of
digits for a telephone number. You can use the
following rules to establish the dial plan:
• Accepted digits and characters: 0 to 9, *, #, A to D,
a to d.
• x: Represents any digit from 0 to 9.
• xx+: Represents at least a 2 digit number.
• ^: Excludes the following digits or characters.
• [x-y]- Includes any digit from the range x to y.
• <x=yz>: Replaces digit x with digits y and z when
dialing.
• |: Represents the Or operation.
For example, {^1900x+ | <=1617>xxxxxxx} that
specifies to block any number of leading digits 1900
or add prefix 1617 for any dialed 7 digit numbers.
Delayed Call Forward Wait Time
Specifies the timeout in seconds before the phone
forwards the call on no answer. You can specify any
value from 1 to 120.
Enable Call Features
Specifies whether the DND, call forward, and other
features can be set through the local feature code on
the phone or through the ITSP feature code.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
Call Log
Specifies the call log settings for the phone.
Account Ring Tone
Specifies the ring tone for the account.
Match Incoming Caller ID
Specifies the ring tone that the phone plays when an
incoming caller ID matches the specified rule. You
can specify the matching rules through:
• A specific caller ID number, such as 8321123.
• A defined pattern with certain length using x and +
to specify a caller Id, where x is any digit from 0 to
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Name
Description
9. For example, [345]xx specify a 3–digit number
with the leading digit as 3, 4, or 5.
• An Alert Info text, such as priority. The phone plays
the selected ring tone if the phone receives a SIP
INVITE with the Alert-Info header in the following
format: Alert-Info: <http://127.0.0.1>; info=priority.
Ring Timeout
Specifies the timeout in seconds for rings on no
answer. You can specify any value in the range of 30
to 3600.
Send Anonymous
Specifies whether the From header in the outgoing
INVITE messages is set to anonymous.
Anonymous Call Rejection
Specifies whether the phone rejects the anonymous
calls.
Auto Answer
Specifies whether the phone automatically turns on
the speaker phone to answer incoming calls after a
short reminding beep.
Refer-To Use Target Contact
Specifies whether the Refer-To header uses the
Contact header information of the transferred target
for attended transfer.
Transfer on Conference Hangup
Specifies whether the phone transfers the call to
another party if the conference initiator hangs up.
No Key Entry Timeout
Specifies the timeoutout in seconds when the phone
dials the digits if no key is pressed after the timeout.
Use # as Dial Key
Specifies whether the # key is used to immediately
dial out the input digits.
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Managing the deskphone settings
Configuring the general settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > General Settings.
The system displays the General Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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General settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Local RTP Port
Specifies the local RTP port that the deskphone uses
to listen and transmit. The value must be an even
number and in the range of 1024 to 65400.
Use Random Port
Specifies whether the deskphone forces a random
generation of both the local SIP and RTP ports.
Keep-Alive Interval
Specifies how often the deskphone sends a blank
UDP packet to the SIP server to keep the ping hole
on the NAT router to open.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
Use NAT IP
Specifies the NAT IP address that is used in SIP and
SDP messages. Use this parameter only if your ITSP
requires it.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
STUN server
Specifies the IP address or domain name of the
STUN server. Only non-symmetric NAT routers work
with STUN.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
Enable auto login
Specifies whether the auto login feature is turned on
or off.
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Configuring the call features settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > Call Features.
The system displays the Call Features page.
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2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Call features settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Off-hook Auto Dial
Specifies the number that the deskphone dials when
the deskphone is off-hook.
Off-hook Timeout
Specifies the time in seconds after which the
deskphone goes on-hook after being off-hook. You
can specify any value in the range of 10 to 60.
Disable Call Waiting
Specifies whether to disable the call waiting feature.
Disable Call Waiting Tone
Specifies whether to disable the call waiting tone
when the Call Waiting feature is active.
Use Quick IP Call Mode
Specifies whether the user can dial an IP address
under the same LAN or VPN segment by entering
the last octet in the IP address.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
Disable in-call DTMF Display
Specifies whether the deskphone displays the DTMF
digits that the user enters during a call.
Enable Sending DTMF via Speed Dial
Specifies whether to enable Speed Dial Key to send
DTMF during a call.
In-call Dial Number on Pressing Transfer Key
Specifies the number that the deskphone dials as
DTMF when the user presses the Transfer button.
Auto-Attended Transfer
Specifies whether the deskphone uses the attended
transfer by default.
Do Not Escape '#' as %23 in SIP URI
Specifies whether the deskphone replaces # by %23
for some special situations.
Click-To-Dial Feature
Specifies whether to enable the Click-To-Dial
feature.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
this parameter.
Blink message LED on ringing
Specifies whether the deskphone blinks the
Message LED for an incoming call.
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Name
Description
Call History Flash Writing
Specifies the interval in seconds for the deskphone
to save the call history to the flash memory. The
default value is 300 seconds and 0 implies that the
option is disabled.
Write Timeout
Specifies the interval in seconds for the deskphone
to save the call history to the flash memory. You can
specify any value in the rage of 30 to 3600.
Max Unsaved Log
Specifies the number of unsaved logs before the
deskphone writes them to the flash memory. You
can specify any value in the rage of 0 to 500.
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Configuring the ring tone settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > Ring Tone.
The system displays the Ring Tone page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Ring tone settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Call Progress Tones
Displays the syntax of specifying the frequency and
cadence for ring tones that the deskphone plays at
various instances.
Use the following syntax to specify frequencies and
cadence for a ring tone.
f1=val,f2=val[,c=on1/off1[-on2/off2[-on3/off3]]]; where
• f1 and f2 are frequencies in Hz.
• c is cadence on and off in ms. The system
supports up to three cadences.
For example, f1=440,f2=480,c=200/400;
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Name
Description
System Ring Tone
Specifies frequency and cadence for system ring
tone.
Dial Tone
Specifies frequency and cadence for dial tone.
Message Waiting
Specifies frequency and cadence for message
waiting.
Ring Back Tone
Specifies frequency and cadence for ring back tone.
Call Waiting Tone Gain
Specifies frequency and cadence for call waiting
tone gain.
Busy Tone
Specifies frequency and cadence for busy tone.
Reorder Tone
Specifies frequency and cadence for reorder tone.
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Configuring the audio control settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > Audio Control.
The system displays the Audio Control page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Audio control settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Headset
HEADSET Key Mode
Specifies the mode for the headset button when a
headset is connected to the deskphone. You can
select from the following options:
• Default mode. In the Default mode:
- Pressing Headset when the deskphone is idle
puts the deskphone off-hook, and the deskphone
starts using the headset for calls.
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Name
Description
- Pressing Headset when an incoming call comes
answers the call through the headset.
- Pressing Headset during an active call through
the headset disconnects the call.
- Pressing Headset when the speaker or headset
is used for dialing or talking switches the
deskphone to the headset. Pressing Headset
again disconnects the call. Pressing Speaker
switches back to the previous mode.
• Toggle Headset/Speaker mode. In the Toggle
Headset/Speaker mode:
- Pressing Headset when the deskphone is idle
switches the deskphone to the Headset mode. In
the Headset mode, pressing Speaker or the line
key puts the deskphone off-hook, and the
deskphone starts using the headset for calls.
- Pressing Headset during an active call changes
between the headset and speaker.
Headset Type
Specifies the headset type. You can select from the
following types:
• Normal: An RJ9 headset
• Plantronics EHS
Always Ring Speaker
Specifies whether to enable the speaker to ring when
the deskphone uses the headset in the Toggle
Headset/Speaker mode.
Headset TX Gain (dB)
Specifies the transmission gain of the headset.
Headset RX Gain (dB)
Specifies the receiving gain of the headset.
Handset
Handset TX Gain (dB)
Specifies the transmission gain of the handset.
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Configuring the LCD display settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > LCD Display.
The system displays the LCD Display page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
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3. Click Save.
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LCD display settings field description
Name
Description
LCD Contrast
Specifies the LCD contrast level. You can specify
any value in the range of 0 to 20.
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Configuring the date and time settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > Date and Time.
The system displays the Date and Time page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Date and time settings field descriptions
Name
Description
NTP Server
Specifies the URL or IP address of the NTP server.
The phone can obtain the date and time from the
server.
Allow DHCP Option 42 to override NTP server
Specifies whether the DHCP Option 42 overrides the
NTP server.
Time Zone
Specifies the time zone based on which the phone
displays the date and time.
Allow DHCP Option 2 to Override Time Zone
Setting
Specifies whether DHCP Option 2 overrides the time
zone settings.
Self-Defined Time Zone
Specifies the user-defined time zone. You can use
the following syntax to define the time zone:
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Name
Description
std offset dst [offset], start [/time], end [/time]
The default is set to MTZ+6MDT+5,M4.1.0,M11.1.0 ,
where
• MTZ+6MDT+5 indicates a time zone with six hours
offset with one hour ahead of the U.S central time.
Plus (+) indiactes the local time zone is west of the
Prime Meridian. Minus (-) indicates the local time
zone is east of the Prime Meridian.
• M4.1.0,M11.1.0 in which the first number indicates
the month, where 1 corresponds to January, 2
corresponds to February, and so on. The second
number indicates the nth iteration of the weekday,
where 1 corresponds to Sunday, 2 corresponds to
Monday, and so on. The third number indicates
weekday, where 0 corresponds to Sunday, 1
corresponds to Monday, and so on.
Date Display Format
Specifies the date display format on the LCD.
Time Display Format
Specifies the time display in 12-hour or 24-hour
format on the LCD.
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Configuring the XML applications settings
Procedure
1. Click Settings > XML Applications.
The system displays the XML Applications page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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XML applications field descriptions
Name
Description
Idle Screen XML Download
Specifies whether to download the idle screen XML
through HTTP, HTTPS, or TFTP.
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Name
Description
Download Screen XML at Boot-up
Specifies whether the deskphone downloads the idle
screen XML at the time of starting up.
Use Custom Filename
Optional. Specifies the name of the idle screen XML
file that the deskphone downloads. Overrides the
default file.
Idle Screen XML Server Path
Specifies the server path from where the phone
downloads the idle screen XML file. You can specify
an IP address or a URL with up to 256 characters.
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Managing the network settings
Configuring the network basic settings
Procedure
1. Click Network > Basic Settings.
The system displays the Basic Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Network basic settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Internet Protocol
Specifies Internet Protocol that the deskphone uses.
Select from the following options:
• Prefer IPv4
• Prefer IPv6
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
IPv6.
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Name
Description
IPv4 Address
Specifies the method for the deskphone to get the
IPv4 address if you selected Prefer IPv4 in the
Internet Protocol field. Select from the following
options:
• DHCP
• PPPoE
• Statically configured as
Depending on the method that you select, you must
specify the respective fields.
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support
PPPoE.
DHCP field descriptions
Specify the following fields if you selected DHCP in the IPv4 Address field.
Name
Description
Host name (Option 12)
Specifies the name of the client. This field is optional,
but some Internet Service Providers might require it.
Vendor Class ID (Option 60)
Specifies vendor class ID that client and servers
exchange.
Statically configured as field descriptions
Specify the following fields if you selected Statically configured as in the IPv4 Address field.
Name
Description
IPv4 Address
Specifies the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Specifies the subnet mask.
Gateway
Specifies the default gateway.
DNS Server 1
Specifies the first DNS server.
DNS Server 2
Specifies the second DNS server.
Preferred DNS Server
Specifies the preferred DNS server.
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Configuring the network advanced settings
Procedure
1. Click Network > Advanced Settings.
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The system displays the Advanced Settings page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Network advanced settings field descriptions
Name
Description
802.1X Mode
Specifies whether to enable the 802.1X mode.
Supports only EAP-MD5.
802.1X Identity
Specifies the 802.1X mode.
MD5 Password
Specifies the MD5 password.
HTTP Proxy
Specifies the HTTP proxy URL where the phone
sends the packets. The proxy server is an
intermediary to route the packets to the destination.
HTTPS Proxy
Specifies the HTTPS proxy URL where the phone
sends the packets. The proxy server is an
intermediary to route the packets to the destination.
Layer 3 QoS
Specifies the Layer 3 QoS parameter. This value is
used for IP Precedence, Diff-Serv, or MPLS.
Layer 2 QoS 802.1Q/VLAN Tag
Specifies the VLAN tag of the Layer 2 QoS packets.
Layer 2 QoS 802.1p Priority Value
Specifies the priority value of the Layer 2 QoS
packets. You can specify any value in the range of 0
to 7.
PC port mode
Specifies the PC port mode. If you select Mirrored,
the traffic in the LAN port goes through the personal
computer port and the system can capture packets if
you connect the computer to the PC port.
Enable LLDP
Specifies whether to enable the LLDP service.
LLDP-MED is supported only for VLAN priority and
Tag value. If Avaya-proprietary LLDP is not
supported, use DHCP to receive file server or SIP
server address parameters.
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Maintaining the deskphone
Configuring the Web access passwords
Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > Web Access.
The system displays the Web Access page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Web access passwords field descriptions
Name
Description
User password
New Password
Specifies the user password. The password is case
sensitive.
Confirm Password
Specifies the user password for confirmation.
Admin password
New Password
Specifies the administrator password. The password
is case sensitive.
The default password is admin. You must change
the default password.
Confirm Password
Specifies the administrator password for
confirmation.
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Configuring the upgrade and provisioning settings
About this task
Use the following procedure to upgrade the firmware of the deskphone. During the upgrade, if the
deskphone receives a call, the deskphone starts ringing. If the user does not answer the call, the
deskphone continues to ring till the upgrade completes. Therefore, you must plan the upgrade
during the off hours.
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Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > Upgrade and Provisioning.
The system displays the Upgrade and Provisioning page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
4. Click Reboot at the upper-right corner of the page for the changes to take effect.
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Upgrading and provisioning settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Firmware Upgrade and Provisioning
Specifies whether the deskphone checks and installs
a new firmware every time the deskphone boots up:
The options are:
• Always Check for New Firmware: The
deskphone always checks for a new firmware.
• Check New Firmware Only When F/W pre/suffix
Changes: The deskphone always checks for a
change in the prefix or suffix of the firmware file.
• Always Skip the Firmware Check: The
deskphone does not check for a new firmware.
XML Config File Password
Specifies the password that the deskphone uses to
decrypt the encrypted XML configuration file.
HTTP/HTTPS User Name
Specifies the user name to login to the HTTP and
HTTPS server.
HTTP/HTTPS Password
Specifies the password to login to the HTTP and
HTTPS server.
Upgrade via
Specifies the firmware upgrade method. The options
are:
• TFTP
• HTTP
• HTTPS
Firmware Server Path
Specifies the server path for the firmware.
Config Server Path
Specifies the sever path for the configuration file.
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Name
Description
Firmware File Prefix
Specifies the prefix for the firmware file. The
deskphone downloads the firmware file only if the
prefix matches the one that you specified.
Firmware File Postfix
Specifies the postfix for the firmware file. The
deskphone downloads the configuration file only if
the postfix matches the one that you specified.
Config File Prefix
Specifies the prefix for the configuration file. The
deskphone downloads the configuration file only if
the prefix matches the one that you specified.
Config File Postfix
Specifies the postfix for configuration file. The
deskphone downloads the configuration file only if
the postfix matches the one that you specified.
Allow DHCP Option 43 and Option 66 to Override
Server
Specifies whether the DHCP option 66 overrides the
configuration server. If you enable the DHCP option
66, the system can redirect the HTTP/TFTP server.
The options are:
• No
• Yes
Allow DHCP Option 120 to Override SIP Server
Specifies whether the DHCP Option 120 from local
server overrides the SIP server. The options are:
• No
• Yes
Note:
You must use the configuration file to enter the
SIP server list as the DHCP Option 120 has
certain limitations.
Automatic Upgrade
Specifies whether the deskphone checks and installs
a new firmware. The options are:
• No: The deskphone does not check for a new
firmware.
• Yes, check for upgrade every x minute(s): The
deskphone checks for a new firmware after every x
minutes.
• Yes, check for upgrade every day: The
deskphone checks for a new firmware every day.
• Yes, check for upgrade every week: The
deskphone checks for a new firmware every week.
Enabling the automatic upgrade is a preferred option
as the deskphone gets a firmware upgrade without
you rebooting the deskphone for an upgrade.
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Name
Description
Hour of the Day(0-23)
Specifies the hour of the day when the deskphone
checks the HTTP/TFTP server for a firmware
upgrade or configuration file changes.
Day of the Week (0-6)
Specifies the day of the week when the deskphone
checks the HTTP/TFTP server for a firmware
upgrade or configuration file changes.
Authenticate Conf File
Specifies whether the deskphone authenticates the
configuration file before accepting the file. The
options are:
• No
• Yes
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Configuring the syslog settings
About this task
You must reboot the deskphone to apply the syslog settings.
Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > Syslog.
The system displays the Syslog page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Name
Description
Syslog Server
Specifies the URL or IP address of the syslog server.
Syslog Level
Specifies the level of syslog logging.
Send SIP Log
Specifies whether the system includes the SIP log in
the syslog messages.
Auto Recover from Abnormal
Specifies whether the phone autorecovers when it
does not run normally.
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Configuring the language settings
Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > Language.
The system displays the Language page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Language settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Display Language
Specifies the display language on the phone.
Language File Postfix
Specifies the language file postfix for the language
that the phone downwloads.
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Configuring the TR-069 settings
About this task
Note:
Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone does not support TR-069 settings.
Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > TR-069.
The system displays the TR–069 page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Configuring the security settings
Procedure
1. Click Maintenance > Security.
The system displays the Security page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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Security settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Configuration via Keypad Menu
Specifies the access control for keypad Menu
settings. You can select from the following options:
• Unrestricted: Displays all menu options on the
deskphone.
• Basic settings only: Hides the Config menu
option on the deskphone.
• Constraint Mode: Hides the Config, Factory
Functions, and Network Config menu options on
the deskphone.
Enable STAR Key Keypad Locking
Specifies whether holding the star (*) key for 4
seconds locks the keypad.
Password to Lock/Unlock
Specifies the password to lock and unlock the
keypad.
SIP TLS Certificate
Specifies the identity certificate file for the phone to
connect to the SIP Server through TLS. Supports the
PEM file format only.
SIP TLS Private Key
Specifies the key for the SIP TLS identity certificate.
SIP TLS Private Key Password
Specifies the SSL private key password that the
phone uses for SIP transport in TLS and TCP.
Download Device Configuration
Downloads the phone configuration file in .txt format.
Web Access Mode
Specifies the protocol for the Web interface.
Disable SSH
Specifies whether to disable SSH access.
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Managing the phone book
Managing the phone book
Adding a contact
Procedure
1. Click Phonebook > Contacts.
The system displays the Contacts page.
2. Click Add Contact.
The system displays the Add Contact dialog box.
3. Enter the required details for each field.
4. Click Save.
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Updating contact details
Procedure
1. Click Phonebook > Contacts.
The system displays the Contacts page.
2. Click Edit Contact for the respective contact that you want to update.
The system displays the Edit Contact dialog box.
3. Change the details of the required fields.
4. Click Save.
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Deleting a contact
Procedure
1. Click Phonebook > Contacts.
The system displays the Contacts page.
2. Click Edit Contact for the respective contact that you want to delete.
The system displays the Edit Contact dialog box.
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3. Click Delete.
4. Click OK to confirm the deletion.
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Contact field descriptions
Name
Description
First Name
Specifies the first name of the contact. You can enter
up to 24 characters.
Last Name
Specifies the last name of the contact. You can enter
up to 24 characters.
Phone Number
Specifies the phone number of the contact.
Accounts
Specifies the account of the contact.
Groups
Specifies the group to which the contact belongs.
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XML phone book
The Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone supports an XML-based phone book that you can store and
maintain on a Web server. You can also download the XML phone book on the deskphone and
upload it on the Web server. You can use the Web GUI to download and upload the phone book.
You can also set up a centralized directory server with which the phones can synchronize
periodically. The Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone supports a maximum of 2000 contacts.
Before you use the XML phone book, you must upgrade the deskphone to the latest firmware. Go to
the Avaya Support website for the latest firmware.
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XML phone book structure on page 50
Configuring the phone book settings on page 53
Phone book settings field descriptions on page 53
XML phone book structure
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"??\>
<AddressBook>
<Contact>
<LastName>The last name of the contact</LastName>
<FirstName>The first name of the contact</FirstName>
<Phone>
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<phonenumber>The phone number of the contact</phonenumber>
<accountindex>The account index number</accountindex>
</Phone>
<Groups>
<groupid>The group ID of the contact</groupid>
<Groups>
</Contact>
<Contact>
<!-- Enter the details of another contact. Follow the same format as the
previous one. -->
</Contact>
</AddressBook>
<AddressBook> element
Object
Position
Mandatory
Type
Description
AddressBook
Root element
Yes
-
Root element of the XML document.
Contact
Child element
Yes
-
Each contact element corresponds to a
phone book entry.
Type
Description
<Contact> element
Object
Position
Mandatory
Contact
Element
Yes
LastName
Child element
Either
FirstName or
the LastName
element is
present
String
The last name of the contact.
FirstName
Child element
Either
FirstName or
the LastName
element is
present
String
The first name of the contact.
Phone
Child element
Yes
-
The phone number and the account
index.
Groups
Child element
No
-
The group ID of the contact.
<Phone> element
Object
Position
Mandatory
Type
Description
Phone
Element
Yes
-
Root element of the XML document.
phonenumber
Child element
Yes
int
The phone number of the contact.
accountindex
Child element
Yes
int
The account index.
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<Groups> element
Object
Position
Mandatory
Type
Description
Groups
Element
No
-
The group ID of the contact.
groupid
Child element
Yes
int
Valid values are from 0 to 9, where:
• 0: Family
• 1: Friends
• 2: Work
The values 3 to 9 are the user-entered
values.
XML phone book example
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"??\>
<AddressBook>
<Contact>
<LastName>Doe</LastName>
<FirstName>John</FirstName>
<Phone>
<phonenumber>8000</phonenumber>
<accountindex>1</accountindex>
</Phone>
<Groups>
<groupid>0</groupid>
<Groups>
</Contact>
<Contact>
<LastName>Smith</LastName>
<FirstName>Alan</FirstName>
<Phone>
<phonenumber>8001</phonenumber>
<accountindex>1</accountindex>
</Phone>
<Groups>
<groupid>1</groupid>
<Groups>
</Contact>
<Contact>
<LastName>Lee</LastName>
<FirstName>Lily</FirstName>
<Phone>
<phonenumber>6000</phonenumber>
<accountindex>2</accountindex>
</Phone>
<Groups>
<groupid>2</groupid>
<Groups>
</Contact>
</AddressBook>
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Configuring the phone book settings
Procedure
1. Click Phonebook > Phonebook Management.
The system displays the Phonebook Management page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
Related Links
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Phone book settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Enable Phonebook XML Download
Specifies whether to enable the XML phone book
download. Select one of the following options:
• Disabled
• Enabled, use TFTP
• Enabled, use HTTP
• Enabled, use HTTPS
Phonebook XML Server Path
Specifies the server path, IP address or URL, to
download the XML phone book XML. You can enter
up to 256 characters.
Use one of the following syntax to provide the server
path:
• IP_address[:port]/dir
• Hostname[:port]/dir
For example,
192.168.40.10/XMLphone bookdir
service.mycompany.com/XML/phone book
If you do not specify the port, the system uses port
80 as a default port for HTTP, port 443 as a default
port for HTTPS, and port 69 as a default port for
TFTP.
Do not specify the phone book file name in the
server path, but only the directory path as Avaya
E129 SIP Deskphone looks for the
(null)_phonebook.xml file to download the
phone book.
If you enter the server path in the browser, the
browser displays the XML phone book. You can
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Name
Description
save the XML phone book on your personal
computer.
Phonebook Download Interval
Specifies the phone book download interval in
minutes. 0 disables the automatic download. You
can specify any value in the range of 5 to 720.
Remove Manually-edited Entries on Download
Specifies whether the phone deletes the manual
entries when the phone downloads the XML phone
book.
Download XML Phonebook
Downloads the XML phone book from the
deskphone to the personal computer.
Upload XML Phonebook
Uploads the XML phone book from the personal
computer to the deskphone.
If you modify a contact in the XML phone book and
upload the XML phone book on the deskphone, the
deskphone creates a new entry for the modified
contact and keeps the previous one as it is.
Phonebook Key Function
Specifies the Phonebook key behavior. Select one
of the following options:
• Default
• LDAP Search
• Local Phonebook
• Local Group
Related Links
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Configuring the LDAP settings
Procedure
1. Click Phonebook > LDAP.
The system displays theLDAP page.
2. Enter the required details for each field.
3. Click Save.
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LDAP settings field descriptions
Name
Description
Server Address
Specifies the IP address or DNS name of the LDAP
server.
Port
Specifies the port of the LDAP server.
Base
Specifies the LDAP search base. The search base is
location in the directory from where the search
begins. For example dc=grandstream, dc=com.
User Name
Specifies the bind user name for querying the LDAP
server. If the LDAP server allows anonymous binds,
you can leave this field blank.
Password
Specifies the bind password for querying the LDAP
server. If the LDAP server allows anonymous binds,
you can leave this field blank.
LDAP Number Filter
Specifies the filter that the phone uses for number
lookups. For example, (|(telephoneNumber=%)
(Mobile=%) returns all records which has the
telephone number field or mobile field starting with
the prefix that you enter.
LDAP Name Filter
Specifies the filter that the phone uses for name
lookups. For example, (|(cn=%)(sn=%)) returns all
records which has the cn field or sn field starting with
the prefix that you enter.
LDAP Version
Specifies the protocol version for the phone to send
the bind requests.
LDAP Name Attributes
Specifies the space-separated name attributes that
the phone returns for an LDAP search. For example,
cn sn description.
LDAP Number Attributes
Specifies the space-separated number attributes that
the phone returns for an LDAP search. For example,
telephoneNumber Mobile.
LDAP Display Name
Specifies space-separated attributes that the phone
displays. You can display up to 3 attributes. For
example, %cn %sn %telephoneNumber.
Max. Hits
Specifies the maximum number of results that an
LDAP search returns. You can specify any value in
the range of 1 to 3000.
Search Timeout
Specifies the interval in seconds for the server to
process the request and for the client to wait for the
sever result. You can specify any value in the range
of 0 to 180.
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Name
Description
Sort Results
Specifies whether the phone sorts LDAP search
result.
LDAP Lookup
Specifies whether to enable number searching at the
time of dialing and receiving calls.
Lookup Display Name
Specifies the space-separated display name for the
attributes that an LDAP search looks up for incoming
and outgoing calls. The values must be a subset of
values that you enter for the LDAP Name Attributes
field.
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Chapter 5: Administering through the
configuration file
You can administer the deskphone centrally through the configuration file that Avaya provides with
E129 deskphones. The configuration file resides on the configuration server and is a binary or an
XML file that contains configuration parameters. Each parameter corresponds to a feature that you
configure through the Web interface. To configure a feature, you can assign the required value to
the parameter of that feature.
When the deskphone starts or restarts, the deskphone makes a TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS request to
the configuration server for configuration files. The deskphone requests for an XML file named
cfgxxxxxxxxxxxx.xml followed by a file named cfgxxxxxxxxxxxx, where xxxxxxxxxxxx is the MAC
address of the deskphone. For example, cfg000b820102ab.xml and cfg000b820102ab. If these files
are unavailable, the deskphone downloads a generic configuration file, cfg.xml. The configuration
file name must be in lowercase.
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Account general settings parameters on page 58
Account network settings parameters on page 58
Basic SIP settings parameters on page 59
Advanced SIP settings parameters on page 62
SIP session timer settings parameters on page 63
SIP security settings parameters on page 64
Audio settings parameters on page 65
Call settings parameters on page 68
Basic network settings parameters on page 72
Advanced network settings parameters on page 74
Web access parameters on page 75
Deskphone upgrading and provisioning parameters on page 75
Syslog parameters on page 77
Language parameters on page 78
Security settings parameters on page 79
XML phone book configuration parameters on page 80
LDAP settings parameter on page 81
General settings parameters on page 82
Call features settings parameters on page 83
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Ring tone parameters on page 84
Audio control parameters on page 85
LCD display parameter on page 86
Date and time parameters on page 86
XML applications settings parameters on page 88
Configuring speed dial on page 89
Sample configuration file on page 89
Account general settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P271
1
Specifies whether to keep the account active. You can assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P270
Specifies the account name.
P47
Specifies the URL or IP address of the SIP server.
The supported syntax is IP/Host:port.
P2312
Specifies the URL or IP address of the secondary SIP server.
P3
Specifies the display name.
P33
Specifies the voice mail User ID.
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Account network settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P103
0
Specifies the DNS mode. You can assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 0: A record
• 1: SRV
• 2: NAPTR/SRV
• 3: Use configured IP
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P2308
Specifies the primary IP. The maximum length of the parameter is 15
characters.
P2309
Specifies the first backup IP.
P2310
Specifies the second backup IP.
P52
0
Specifies the NAT traversal mode. You can assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: STUN
• 2: Keep alive
• 3: UPnP
• 4: Auto
• 5: VPN
P197
Specifies a SIP extension to enbale firewall penetration. The maximum
length of the parameter is 64 characters.
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Basic SIP settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P63
0
Specifies the TEL URL. Assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 0: Disabled
• 1: User=Phone
• 2: Enabled
P31
1
Specifies the SIP registration. Assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P81
0
Specifies whether the phone unregisters after restarting. Assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Default value
Description
P32
60
Specifies the time in minutes in which the registration expires. Assign any
value in the range of 1 to 64800.
P2330
0
Specifies the time in seconds in which the phone reregisters before the
registration expiration. Assign any value in the range of 0 to 64800.
P138
20
Specifies the SIP registration failure retry wait time in seconds. Assign any
value in the range of 1 to 3600.
P209
50
Specifies the SIP T1 timeout. Assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 50
• 100
• 200
P250
400
Specifies the SIP T2 interval. Assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 200
• 400
• 800
P130
0
Specifies the SIP transport protocol. Assign one of the following values to
this parameter:
• 0: UDP
• 1: TCP
• 2: TLS/TCP
P2329
1
Specifies the SIP URI scheme when TLS is used. You can assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 0: sip
• 1: sips
P2331
0
Specifies whether to use the actual ephemeral port in contact with TCP/
TLS. Aassign one of the following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2305
0
Specifies whether to remove OBP from route. You can assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P288
1
Specifies whether to support SIP instance ID. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: No
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Parameter
Default value
Description
• 1: Yes
P99
0
Specifies whether to subscribe for MWI. Assign one of the following values
to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2319
0
Specifies whether to subscribe for registration. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P272
0
Specifies whether to enable 100rel. Assign one of the following values to
this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2324
0
Specifies whether to display caller ID. Assign one of the following values to
this parameter:
• 0: Auto
• 1: Disabled
• 2: From Header
P2338
0
Specifies whether to use privacy header. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: Default
• 1: No
• 2: Yes
P2339
0
Specifies whether to use P-Preferred-Identity header. Assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: Default
• 1: No
• 2: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P2342
0
Specify whether to enable Hoteling Event. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: Default
• 1: No
• 2: Yes
P2343
0
Specify whether to enable Call Center Status. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: Default
• 1: No
• 2: Yes
P2340
0
Specify whether to publish to Call Center. Assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: Default
• 1: No
• 2: Yes
P2325
0
Specify whether to enable feature key synchronization. Assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled
P2313
15
Specify line-seize timeout in seconds. You can assign any value in the
range of 15 to 60.
P134
Specify the eventlist BLF URI.
P2318
Specify the conference URI.
P2350
Specify the URI for music-on-hold.
P1347
Specify the BLF call-pickup prefix.
P188
0
Specify whether to publish for presence. Assign one of the following values
to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P198
100
Specify the special feature. Assign one of the following values to this
parameter:
• 100: Standard
• 101: Nortel MCS
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Parameter
Default value
Description
• 102: Broadsofr
• 108: CBCOM
• 109: RNK
• 110: Sylantro
• 117: Huawei IMS
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P260
180
Specify the session expiration time in seconds. You can assign any value
in the range of 90 to 64800.
P261
90
Specify the minimum session expiration time in seconds. This value must
be lower than or equal to the value you assign to the P260 parameter. You
can assign any value in the range of 90 to 64800.
P262
0
Specify whether to enable caller request timer. You can assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P263
0
Specify whether to enable callee request timer. You can assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P264
0
Specify whether to enable force timer. You can assign one of the following
values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P266
0
Specify whether to enable UAC Specify Refresher. You can assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 0: Omit
• 1: UAC
• 2: UAS
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P267
1
Specify whether to enable UAS Specify Refresher. You can assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 1: UAC
• 2: UAS
P265
0
Specify whether to enable force INVITE. You can assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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SIP security settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P2311
0
Specify whether to check the domain certificates. Assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. The deskphone checks the domain certificate as defined in
RFC5922.
P2306
0
Specifies whether to validate incoming messages. You can assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P258
0
Specifies whether to check SIP user ID for incoming INVITE. Assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2347
0
Specifies whether to accept incoming SIP from proxy only. Assign one of
the following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2346
0
Specifies whether to authenticate an incoming INVITE. Assign one of the
following values to this parameter:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P2301
0
Specifies whether to send DTMF through in-audio. Assign one of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2302
1
Specifies whether to send DTMF through RTP. Assign one of the following
values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2303
0
Specifies whether to send DTMF through SIP INFO. Assign one of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P79
101
Specifies the DTMF payload type. Assign value in the range of 96 to 127.
P57
0
Specifies the preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
P58
8
Specifies the second preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
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Default value
Description
P59
4
Specifies the third preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
P60
18
Specifies the fourth preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
P61
9
Specifies the fifth preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
P62
98
Specifies the sixth preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P46
2
Specifies the seventh preferred vocoder. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: PCMU
• 2: G.726–32
• 4: G.723.1
• 8: PCMA
• 9: G.722
• 18: G.729A/B
• 98: iLBC
P2348
0
Specifies whether to use the first matching vocoder in 200OK SDP. Assign
any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P183
0
Specifies whether to enable SRTP mode. Assign one of the following
values:
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled but not forced
• 2: Enabled and forced
• 3: Optional
P291
0
Specifies whether to supports symmetric RTP. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P50
0
Specifies whether to enable silence suppression. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. When the deskphone detects the silence, the deskphone sends a
small quantity of VAD packets instead of the audio packets during the
period of no talking. It is applicable only for the G.723 and G.729 codec.
P37
2
Specifies the number of voice frames transmitted per packet. It is up to
10/20/32/64 for G711/G726/G723/other codecs respectively.
P49
1
Specifies the encoding rate for G723 codec. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: 6.3kbps encoding rate
• 1: 5.3kbps encoding rate
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Default value
Description
P2323
0
Specifies the G.726-32 packing mode.Specifies the encoding rate for G723
codec. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: ITU
• 1: IETF
P97
1
Specifies the iLBC frame size. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: 20ms
• 1: 30ms
P96
97
Specifies the iLBC frame size. Assign any value in the rage of 96 to 127.
P133
1
Specifies the jitter buffer type. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Fixed
• 1: Adaptive
P132
2
Specifies the jitter buffer length. Assign any of the following values:
• 0:100ms
• 1: 200ms
• 2: 300ms
• 3: 400ms
• 4: 500ms
• 5: 600ms
• 6: 700ms
• 7: 800ms
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Call settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P29
0
Specifies whether to enable early dial. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. In this case, the SIP proxy must support must support 484
response.
P66
Specifies the dial plan prefix, that is, the prefix that the deskphone adds to
the number that you dial.
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P290
{ x+ | *x+ |
*xx*x+ }
Specifies the dial plan for the phone. The dial plan establishes the
expected number and pattern of digits for a telephone number. You can
use the following rules to establish the dial plan:
• Accepted digits and characters: 0 to 9, *, #, A to D, a to d.
• x: Represents any digit from 0 to 9.
• xx+: Represents at least a 2 digit number.
• ^: Excludes the following digits or characters.
• [x-y]- Includes any digit from the range x to y.
• <x=yz>: Replaces digit x with digits y and z when dialing.
• |: Represents the Or operation.
For example, {^1900x+ | <=1617>xxxxxxx} that specifies to block any
number of leading digits 1900 or add prefix 1617 for any dialed 7 digit
numbers.
P139
20
Specifies the timeout in seconds before the phone forwards the call on no
answer. Specify any value from 1 to 120.
P191
1
Specifies whether the DND, call forward, and other features can be set
through the local feature code on the phone or through the ITSP feature
code. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P182
0
Specifies the call log settings for the phone. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: Log all calls
• 1: Log incoming and outgoing calls only. Missed calls are nor recorded.
• 2: Disable call log
P104
0
Specifies the ring tone for the account. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: System ring tone
• 1: Custom ring tone 1
• 2: Custom ring tone 2
• 3: Custom ring tone 3
P1488
Specifies the first matching rule. You can specify the matching rules
through:
• A specific caller ID number, such as 8321123.
• A defined pattern with certain length using x and + to specify a caller Id,
where x is any digit from 0 to 9. For example, [345]xx specify a 3–digit
number with the leading digit as 3, 4, or 5.
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Parameter
Default value
Description
• An Alert Info text, such as priority. The phone plays the selected ring
tone if the phone receives a SIP INVITE with the Alert-Info header in the
following format: Alert-Info: <http://127.0.0.1>; info=priority.
P1489
0
Specifies the ring tone that the deskphone plays when an incoming caller
ID matches the first matching rule. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: System ring tone
• 1: Custom ring tone 1
• 2: Custom ring tone 2
• 3: Custom ring tone 3
P1490
Specifies the second matching rule. You can specify the matching rules
through:
• A specific caller ID number, such as 8321123.
• A defined pattern with certain length using x and + to specify a caller Id,
where x is any digit from 0 to 9. For example, [345]xx specify a 3–digit
number with the leading digit as 3, 4, or 5.
• An Alert Info text, such as priority. The phone plays the selected ring
tone if the phone receives a SIP INVITE with the Alert-Info header in the
following format: Alert-Info: <http://127.0.0.1>; info=priority.
P1491
0
Specifies the ring tone that the deskphone plays when an incoming caller
ID matches the second matching rule. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: System ring tone
• 1: Custom ring tone 1
• 2: Custom ring tone 2
• 3: Custom ring tone 3
P1492
Specifies the second matching rule. You can specify the matching rules
through:
• A specific caller ID number, such as 8321123.
• A defined pattern with certain length using x and + to specify a caller Id,
where x is any digit from 0 to 9. For example, [345]xx specify a 3–digit
number with the leading digit as 3, 4, or 5.
• An Alert Info text, such as priority. The phone plays the selected ring
tone if the phone receives a SIP INVITE with the Alert-Info header in the
following format: Alert-Info: <http://127.0.0.1>; info=priority.
P1493
0
Specifies the ring tone that the deskphone plays when an incoming caller
ID matches the second matching rule. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: System ring tone
• 1: Custom ring tone 1
• 2: Custom ring tone 2
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Parameter
Default value
Description
• 3: Custom ring tone 3
P1328
60
Specifies the timeout in seconds for rings on no answer. You can specify
any value in the range of 30 to 3600.
P65
0
Specifies whether the From header in the outgoing INVITE messages is
set to anonymous. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. The deskphone blocks the caller ID.
P129
0
Specifies whether the phone rejects the anonymous calls. Assign any of
the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P90
0
Specifies whether the phone automatically turns on the speaker phone to
answer incoming calls after a short reminding beep. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P298
0
Specifies whether the phone automatically turns on the speaker phone to
answer incoming calls after a short reminding beep based on the SIP CallInfo header that the server sends. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P135
0
Specifies whether the Refer-To header uses the Contact header
information of the transferred target for attended transfer. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P2304
0
Specifies whether the phone transfers the call to another party if the
conference initiator hangs up. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P85
4
Specifies the timeout in seconds when the phone dials the digits if no key
is pressed after the timeout. Specify any value in the range of 1 to 15.
P72
1
Specifies whether the # key is used to immediately dial out the input digits.
Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P1415
0
Specifies Internet Protocol that the deskphone uses. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: IPv4
• 1: IPv6
P8
0
Specifies the method for the phone to obtain the IPv4 address. Assign any
of the following values:
• 0: DHCP. You must also specify the parameters P146 and P148.
• 1: Static. You must also specify the parameters P9, P10, P11, P12, P13,
P14, P15, P16, P17, P18, P19, P20, P21, P22, P23, P24, P25, P26, P27,
P28, P92, P93, P94, P95, P1419, P1424, P1425, P1423, P1426, P1420,
P1421, and P1422.
• 2: PPPoE. You must also specify the parameters P82, P83, and P269.
P146
Specifies the name of the client. This field is optional but some Internet
Service Providers might require it. The maximum length is 64 characters.
P148
Specifies vendor class ID that client and servers exchange. The maximum
length is 64 characters.
P82
Specifies the PPPoE account ID.
P83
Specifies the PPPoE password. Must not contain an apostrophe (‘) or a
quote (“).
P269
Specifies the PPPoE service name.
P9
Specifies the first octet of the IP address. Assign any value in the range of
0 to 255.
P10
Specifies the second octet of the IP address. Assign any value in the range
of 0 to 255.
P11
Specifies the third octet of the IP address. Assign any value in the range of
0 to 255.
P12
Specifies the fourth octet of the IP address. Assign any value in the range
of 0 to 255.
P13
Specifies the first octet of the subnet mask. Assign any value in the range
of 0 to 255.
P14
Specifies the second octet of the subnet mask. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P15
Specifies the third octet of the subnet mask. Assign any value in the range
of 0 to 255.
P16
Specifies the fourth octet of the subnet mask. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P17
Specifies the first octet of the default gateway. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P18
Specifies the second octet of the default gateway. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P19
Specifies the third octet of the default gateway. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P20
Specifies the fourth octet of the default gateway. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P21
Specifies the first octet of the first DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P22
Specifies the second octet of the first DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P23
Specifies the third octet of the first DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P24
Specifies the fourth octet of the first DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P25
Specifies the first octet of the second DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P26
Specifies the second octet of the second DNS server. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 255.
P27
Specifies the third octet of the second DNS server. Assign any value in the
range of 0 to 255.
P28
Specifies the fourth octet of the second DNS server. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 255.
P92
Specifies the first octet of the preferred DNS server. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 255.
P93
Specifies the second octet of the preferred DNS server. Assign any value
in the range of 0 to 255.
P94
Specifies the third octet of the preferred DNS server. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 255.
P95
Specifies the fourth octet of the preferred DNS server. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 255.
P1419
0
Specifies the method for the phone to obtain the IPv4 address. Assign any
of the following values:
• 0: Auto-configured
• 1: Statically configured:
P1424
Specifies the first DNS Server for IPv6 address.
P1425
Specifies the second DNS Server for IPv6 address.
P1423
Specifies the preferred DNS Server for IPv6 address.
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Parameter
Default value
P1426
Description
Specifies the IPv6 address type. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Full static. You must also specify the parameters P1420 and P1421.
• 1: Prefix static. You must also specify the parameter P1422
P1420
Specifies the static IPv6 address.
P1421
Specifies the IPv6 prefix length.
P1422
Specifies the IPv6 prefix.
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Advanced network settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P7901
0
Specifies whether to enable the 802.1X mode. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: Disable
• 1: EAP-MD5
P7902
Specifies the identity for the 802.1X mode. The maximum length is 64
characters.
P7903
Specifies the MD5 password. The maximum length is 64 characters.
P1552
Specifies the HTTP proxy URL where the deskphone sends the packets.
The proxy server is an intermediary to route the packets to the destination.
P1553
Specifies the HTTPS proxy URL where the dseskphone sends the packets.
The proxy server is an intermediary to route the packets to the destination.
P38
12
Specifies the Layer 3 QoS parameter. This value is used for IP
Precedence, Diff-Serv, or MPLS. Assign any value in the range of 0 to 63.
P51
0
Specifies the VLAN tag of the Layer 2 QoS packets. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 4094.
P87
0
Specifies the priority value of the Layer 2 QoS packets. Assign any value in
the range of 0 to 7.
P1348
0
Specifies the PC port mode. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Enable
• 1: Disabled
• 2: Mirrored
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Web access parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
If you assign the value 2, the traffic in the LAN port goes through the
personal computer port and the system can capture packets if you connect
the computer to the PC port.
P1684
1
Specifies whether to enable the LLDP service. Assign any of the following
values.
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled
LLDP-MED is supported only for VLAN priority and Tag value. If Avayaproprietary LLDP is not supported, use DHCP to receive file server or SIP
server address parameters.
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P196
-
Specifies user password.
P2
-
Specifies administrator password.
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Deskphone upgrading and provisioning parameters
During the upgrade, if the deskphone receives a call, the deskphone starts ringing. If the user does
not answer the call, the deskphone continues to ring till the upgrade completes. Therefore, you must
plan the upgrade during the off hours.
Parameter
P238
Default value
Description
Specifies whether the deskphone checks and installs a new firmware every
time the deskphone boots up. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Always check for new firmware
• 1: Check new firmware only when the pre or suffix of the firmware
changes
2: Always skip the firmware check
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P1359
Specifies the password that the deskphone uses to decrypt the encrypted
XML configuration file.
P1360
Specifies the user name to login to the HTTP and HTTPS server.
P1361
Specifies the password to login to the HTTP and HTTPS server.
P212
1
Specifies the firmware upgrade method. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: TFTP
• 1: HTTP
• 2: HTTPS
Note:
If you select HTTPS, you must install CA certificates before the
deskphone upgrade. For more information about installing the CA
certificates, see Installing and Maintaining Avaya E129 SIP
Deskphone.
P192
Specifies the server path for the firmware.
P237
Specifies the prefix for the configuration file. The deskphone downloads the
configuration file only if the encrypted prefix matches the one that you
specified.
P232
Specifies the prefix for the firmware file. The deskphone downloads the
firmware file only if the encrypted prefix matches the one that you
specified.
P233
Specifies the postfix for the firmware file. The deskphone downloads the
configuration file only if the encrypted postfix matches the one that you
specified.
P234
Specifies the prefix for the configuration file. The deskphone downloads the
configuration file only if the encrypted prefix matches the one that you
specified.
P235
Specifies the postfix for configuration file. The deskphone downloads the
configuration file only if the encrypted postfix matches the one that you
specified.
P145
1
Specifies whether the DHCP option 43 and option 66 override the SIP
server. If you enable the DHCP option 66, the system can redirect the
TFTP server. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1411
0
Specifies whether the DHCP option 120 overrides the SIP server. Assign
any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Syslog parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P194
0
Specifies whether the deskphone checks and installs a new firmware.
Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P193
10080
Specifies time in minutes when the deskphone checks the HTTP/TFTP
server for a firmware upgrade or configuration file changes. You can assign
any value in the range of 60 to 86400.
P285
1
Specifies the hour of the day when the deskphone checks the HTTP/TFTP
server for a firmware upgrade or configuration file changes. You can assign
any value in the range of 0 to 23.
P286
1
Specifies the day of the week when the deskphone checks the HTTP/TFTP
server for a firmware upgrade or configuration file changes. You can assign
any value in the range of 0 to 6.
P240
0
Specifies whether the deskphone authenticates the configuration file before
accepting the file. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Syslog parameters
Parameter
Default value
P207
P208
Description
Specifies the URL or IP address of the syslog server. The maximum length
is 64 characters.
0
Specifies the level of syslog logging. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: None
• 1: Debug
• 2: Info
• 3: Warning
• 4: Error
P1387
0
Specifies whether the system includes the SIP log in the syslog messages.
Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P1438
1
Specifies whether the phone autorecovers when it does not run normally.
Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Language parameters
Parameter
Description
Description
P1362
auto
Specifies the display language on the phone. Assign any of the following
values:
• ar : Arabic
• cz: Czech
• de: Deutsh
• en: English
• es: Spanish
• fr: Francais
• he: Hebrew
• hr: Hrvatski
• hu: Magyar
• it: Italiano
• nl: Dutch
• pl: Polski
• pt: Portugue
• ru: Russian
• sl: Slovenian
• tr: Turkish
• zh-tw: Traditional chinese
• zh: Simplified chinese
• auto: Automatic
• gxp: Downloaded language
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Security settings parameters
Parameter
Description
P399
Description
Specifies the language file postfix for the language that the phone
downwloads.
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Security settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P1357
0
Specifies the access control for keypad Menu settings. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: Unrestricted. Displays all menu options on the deskphone.
• 1: Basic settings only. Hides the Config menu option on the deskphone.
• 2: Constraint mode. Hides the Config and Factory Functions menu
options on the deskphone.
P1382
1
Specifies whether holding the star (*) key for 4 seconds locks the keypad.
Assign any of the following values
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1383
Specifies the password to lock and unlock the keypad.
P280
Specifies the certification file for the phone to connect to the SIP Server
through TLS.
P279
Specifies the certification key for the phone to connect to the SIP Server
through TLS.
P281
Specifies the SSL private key password that the phone uses for SIP
transport in TLS and TCP.
P1650
1
Specifies the protocol for the Web interface. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: HTTPS
• 1: HTTP
P276
0
Specifies whether to disable SSH access. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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XML phone book configuration parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P330
0
Specifies whether to enable the XML phone book download. Select one of
the following options:
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled, HTTP
• 2: Enabled, TFTP
• 3: Enabled, HTTPS
P331
Specifies the server path, IP address or URL, to download the XML phone
book XML. You can enter up to 256 characters.
Use one of the following syntax to provide the server path:
• IP_address[:port]/dir
• Hostname[:port]/dir
For example,
192.168.40.10/XMLphone bookdir
service.mycompany.com/XML/phone book
If you do not specify the port, the system uses port 80 as a default port for
HTTP, port 443 as a default port for HTTPS, and port 69 as a default port
for TFTP.
Do not specify the phone book file name in the server path, but only the
directory path as Avaya E129 SIP Deskphone looks for the
(null)_phonebook.xml file to download the phone book.
If you enter the server path in the browser, the browser displays the XML
phone book. You can save the XML phone book on your personal
computer.
P332
0
Specifies the phone book download interval in minutes. 0 disables the
automatic download. You can specify any value in the range of 5 to 720.
P333
1
Specifies whether the phone deletes the manual entries when the phone
downloads the XML phone book. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1526
Specifies the Phonebook key behavior. Assign one of the following values:
• 0: Default
• 1: LDAP search
• 2: Local phone book
• 3: Local group
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LDAP settings parameter
Parameter
Default value
P8020
P8021
Description
Specifies the IP address or DNS name of the LDAP server.
389
Specifies the port of the LDAP server. Assign any value in the range of 1 to
65535.
P8022
Specifies the LDAP search base. The search base is location in the
directory from where the search begins. For example, dc=grandstream,
dc=com.
P8023
Specifies the bind user name for querying the LDAP server. If the LDAP
server allows anonymous binds, you can leave this parameter blank.
P8024
Specifies the bind password for querying the LDAP server. If the LDAP
server allows anonymous binds, you can leave this parameter blank.
P8025
Specifies the filter that the phone uses for number lookups. For example, (|
(telephoneNumber=%)(Mobile=%) returns all records which has the
telephone number field or mobile field starting with the prefix that you
enter.
P8026
Specifies the filter that the phone uses for name lookups. For example, (|
(cn=%)(sn=%)) returns all records which has the cn field or sn field starting
with the prefix that you enter.
P8027
Specifies the protocol version for the phone to send the bind requests.
P8028
Specifies the space-separated name attributes that the phone returns for
an LDAP search. For example, cn sn description.
P8029
Specifies the space-separated number attributes that the phone returns for
an LDAP search. For example, telephoneNumber Mobile.
P8030
Specifies space-separated attributes that the phone displays. You can
display up to 3 attributes. For example, %cn %sn %telephoneNumber.
P8031
50
Specifies the maximum number of results that an LDAP search returns.
You can specify any value in the range of 0 to 32000.
P8032
30
Specifies the interval in seconds for the server to process the request and
for the client to wait for the sever result. You can specify any value in the
range of 0 to 180.
P8033
0
Specifies whether the phone sorts LDAP search result. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P8035
0
Specifies whether to enable number searching at the time of dialing and
receiving calls. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P8036
0
Specifies the space-separated display name for the attributes that an
LDAP search looks up for incoming and outgoing calls. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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General settings parameters
Name
Default value
Description
P39
5004
Specifies the local RTP port that the deskphone uses to listen and transmit.
The value must be an even number and in the range of 1024 to 65400.
P78
0
Specifies whether the deskphone forces a random generation of both the
local SIP and RTP ports. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P84
20
Specifies how often the deskphone sends a blank UDP packet to the SIP
server to keep the ping hole on the NAT router to open. Assign any value
in the range of 10 to 160.
P101
Specifies the NAT IP address that the SIP client uses in the SIP and SDP
messages. Use this parameter only if your ITSP requires it.
P76
Specifies the IP address or domain name of the STUN server. Only nonsymmetric NAT routers work with STUN.
P2907
1
Specifies whether to enable the auto login feature. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Call features settings parameters
Call features settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
P71
Description
Specifies the number that the deskphone dials when the deskphone is offhook.
P1485
30
Specifies the time in seconds after which the deskphone goes on-hook
after being off-hook. You can specify any value in the range of 10 to 60.
P91
0
Specifies whether to disable the call waiting feature. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P186
0
Specifies whether to disable the call waiting tone when the Call Waiting
feature is active. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P184
0
Specifies whether the user can dial an IP address under the same LAN or
VPN segment by entering the last octet in the IP address. Assign any of
the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P338
0
Specifies whether the deskphone displays the DTMF digits that the user
enters during a call. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1565
0
Specifies whether to enable the Idle Mute feature. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1525
P1376
Specifies the number that the deskphone dials as DTMF when the user
presses the Transfer button
0
Specifies whether the deskphone uses the attended transfer by default.
Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1406
0
Specifies whether the deskphone replaces # by %23 for some special
situations. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
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Parameter
Default value
Description
P1561
0
Specifies whether to enable the Click-To-Dial feature. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1696
0
Specifies whether the deskphone blinks the Message LED for an incoming
call. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1433
300
Specifies the interval in seconds for the deskphone to save the call history
to the flash memory. 0 implies that the option is disabled.
P1434
200
Specifies the number of unsaved logs before the deskphone writes them to
the flash memory. Assign any value in the rage of 0 to 500.
P1311
0
Specifies whether local conferences are enabled.
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled
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Ring tone parameters
Parameter
Default value
Decsription
P345
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for system ring tone.
Use the following syntax to specify frequencies and cadence for a ring
tone.
f1=val,f2=val[,c=on1/off1[-on2/off2[-on3/off3]]]; where
• f1 and f2 are frequencies in Hz.
• c is cadence on and off in ms. The system supports up to three
cadences.
For example, f1=440,f2=480,c=200/400;
P343
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for dial tone. Use the syntax as specified
in the parameter P345.
P344
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for message waiting. Use the syntax as
specified in the parameter P345.
P346
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for ring back tone. Use the syntax as
specified in the parameter P345.
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Audio control parameters
Parameter
Default value
Decsription
P347
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for ring back tone. Use the syntax as
specified in the parameter P345.
P1555
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for call waiting tone gain. Use the syntax
as specified in the parameter P345.
P348
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for busy tone. Use the syntax as
specified in the parameter P345.
P349
Null
Specifies frequency and cadence for reorder tone. Use the syntax as
specified in the parameter P345.
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Audio control parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P1312
0
Specifies the mode for the headset button when a headset is connected to
the deskphone. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Default mode
1: Toggle Headset/Speaker
P1487
0
Specifies the headset type. Assign any of the following values:
• 0: Normal, an RJ9 headset
• 1: Plantronics EHS
P1439
0
Specifies whether to enable the speaker to ring when the deskphone uses
the headset in the Toggle Headset/Speaker mode. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1301
0
Specifies the transmission gain of the headset. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: 0 decibel
• 1: –6 decibel
• 2: +6 decibel
P1302
0
Specifies the receiving gain of the headset. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: 0 decibel
• 1: –6 decibel
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Parameter
Default value
P1464
Description
• 2: +6 decibel
Specifies the transmission gain of the handset. Assign any of the following
values:
• 0: 0 decibel
• 1: –6 decibel
• 2: +6 decibel
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LCD display parameter
Parameter
Default value
Description
P1329
10
Specifies the LCD contrast level. Specify any value in the range of 0 to 20.
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Date and time parameters
Parameter
Default value
P30
P144
Description
Specifies the URL or IP address of
the NTP server. The phone can
obtain the date and time from the
server.
1
Specifies whether the DHCP
Option 42 overrides the NTP
server. Assign any one of the
following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. Override the NTP server
that you configured.
P64
Specifies the time zone based on
which the phone displays the date
and time.
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Date and time parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P143
1
Specifies whether DHCP Option 2
overrides the time zone settings.
Assign any one of the following
values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes. Overrides the Time Zone
setting if available.
P246
Specifies the user-defined time
zone. Use the following syntax to
define the time zone:
std offset dst [offset], start [/time],
end [/time]
The default is set to MTZ+6MDT
+5,M4.1.0,M11.1.0 , where
• MTZ+6MDT+5 indicates a time
zone with six hours offset with
one hour ahead of the U.S
central time. Plus (+) indiactes
the local time zone is west of the
Prime Meridian. Minus (-)
indicates the local time zone is
east of the Prime Meridian.
• M4.1.0,M11.1.0 in which the first
number indicates the month,
where 1 corresponds to January,
2 corresponds to February, and
so on. The second number
indicates the nth iteration of the
weekday, where 1 corresponds
to Sunday, 2 corresponds to
Monday, and so on. The third
number indicates weekday,
where 0 corresponds to Sunday,
1 corresponds to Monday, and
so on.
P102
Specifies the date display format
on the LCD. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: yyyy-mm-dd
• 1: mm-dd-yyyy
• 2: dd-mm-yyyy
• 3: dddd, MMMM dd
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Parameter
Default value
P122
Description
• 4: MMMM dd, dddd
Specifies the time display format
on the LCD. Assign any of the
following values:
• 0: 12 hour format
• 1: 24 hour format
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XML applications settings parameters
Parameter
Default value
Description
P340
0
Specifies whether to download the
idle screen XML through HTTP,
HTTPS, or TFTP. Assign any of
the following values:
• 0: Disabled
• 1: Enabled, HTTP
• 2: Enabled, TFTP
• 3: Enabled, HTTPS
P1349
0
Specifies whether the deskphone
downloads the idle screen XML at
the time of starting up. Assign any
one of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P1343
Specifies the name of the idle
screen XML file that the
deskphone downloads. Assign any
one of the following values:
• 0: No
• 1: Yes
P341
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Specifies the server path in the
host/path format from where the
deskphone downloads the idle
screen XML file. You can specify
an IP address or a URL with up to
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Configuring speed dial
About this task
Speed dial enables you to provide a one-touch direct dial softkey on the idle screen by modifying the
Idle Screen XML file.
Before you begin
Ensure that you have the access to the Idle Screen XML file.
Procedure
Add an element in the Idle Screen XML with the following syntax:
<Softkeys>
<SoftKeyaction=”Dial" label="SpeedDial" commandId=”0"
commandArgs=”1002"/>
<Softkeys>
where:
• <label> defines the softkey display name on the LCD. A maximum of 8 characters is displayed on
the idle screen softkey.
• <commandId> specifies the account index to dial out from. Value is always 0.
• <commandArgs> specifics the phone number to dial
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Sample configuration file
Following are the samples of configuration file in the text and XML formats.
Configuration file in the text format
##########################################################################################
######
## Configuration Template For Avaya E129 Firmware Version
1.0.5.32
##
##########################################################################################
######
####################################################################
# Account Settings
##
####################################################################
####################################################################
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# Account 1
##
####################################################################
#----------------------------------------# Account 1/General Settings
#----------------------------------------# Account Active. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 1
# Number: 0, 1
# Mandatory
P271 = 1
# Account Name
# String
# P270 =
# SIP Server
# String
P47 =
# Secondary SIP Server
# String
P2312 =
# Display Name
# String
P3 =
# Voice Mail UserID
# String
P33 =
#----------------------------------------# Account 1/Network Settings
#----------------------------------------# DNS Mode. 0 - A Record, 1 - SRV, 2 - NAPTR/SRV, 3 - Use Configured IP. Default is 0
# Number: 0, 1, 2, 3
# Mandatory
P103 = 0
# Primary IP. Maximum 15 characters
# String
P2308 =
# Backup IP 1
# String
P2309 =
# Backup IP 2
# String
P2310 =
# NAT Traversal. 0 - No, 1 - STUN, 2 - keep alive, 3 - UPnP, 4 - Auto, 5 - VPN. Default
is 0.
# Number: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
# Mandatory
P52 = 0
# Proxy-Require (A SIP extension to enable firewall penetration). Max length is 64
characters
# String
P197 =
...
...
...
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Sample configuration file
##############################################################################
## Settings/XML Applications
##############################################################################
# Enable Idle Screen XML Download
# 0 - Disabled, 1 - Enabled, HTTP, 2 - Enabled, TFTP, 3 - Enabled, HTTPS. Default is 0
# Number: 0, 1, 2, 3
# Mandatory
P340 = 0
# Download Screen XML At Boot-up. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0
# Number: 0, 1
# Mandatory
P1349 = 0
# Use Custom File Name. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0
# Number: 0, 1
# Mandatory
P1343 = 0
# Disable Conference. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0
# Number: 0, 1
# Mandatory
P1311 = 0
# Idle Screen XML Server Path
# This is a string of up to 256 characters that should contain a path to the XML file
# It MUST be in the host/path format. For example: directory.grandstream.com/engineering
# String
P341 =
Configuration file in the XML format
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<gs_provision version="1">
<!-- <mac></mac> -->
<config version="1">
<!-- Generic Configuration Template For E129 Firmware Version 1.0.5.58
<!-- Configuration File Version 0.5 -->
-->
<!--Account Active. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 1 -->
<!-- # Number: 0, 1 -->
<!-- # Mandatory -->
<!-- <P271>1</P271> -->
<!-- Account Name -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P270></P270>-->
<!-- SIP Server-->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P47></P47>-->
<!-- Secondary SIP Server -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P2312></P2312>-->
<!-- Display Name -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P3></P3>-->
<!-- Voice Mail UserID -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P33></P33>-->
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<!-- ########################################## -->
<!-- # Account 1/Network Settings -->
<!-- ########################################## -->
<!-- # DNS Mode. 0 - A Record, 1 - SRV, 2 - NAPTR/SRV, 3 - Use Configured IP. Default is
0 -->
<!-- # Number: 0, 1, 2, 3 -->
<!-- # Mandatory -->
<!-- <P103>0</P103> -->
<!-- # Primary IP. Maximum 15 characters -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P2308></P2308>-->
<!-- # Backup IP 1 -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P2309></P2309>-->
<!-- # Backup IP 2 -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P2310></P2310>-->
<!-- # NAT Traversal. 0 - No, 1 - STUN, 2 - keep alive, 3 - UPnP, 4 - Auto, 5 - VPN.
Default is 0. -->
<!-- # Number: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 -->
<!-- # Mandatory -->
<!-- <P52>0</P52> -->
<!-- # Proxy-Require (A SIP extension to enable firewall penetration). Max length is 64
characters -->
<!-- # String -->
<!--<P197></P197>-->
...
...
...
<!-- ############################################################################## -->
<!-- ## Settings/XML Applications -->
<!-- ############################################################################## -->
<!-- # Enable Idle Screen XML Download -->
<!-- # 0 - Disabled, 1 - Enabled, HTTP, 2 - Enabled, TFTP, 3 - Enabled, HTTPS. Default is
0 -->
<!-- # Number: 0, 1, 2, 3 -->
<!-- # Mandatory -->
<!-- <P340>0</P340> -->
<!-<!-<!-<!--
# Download Screen XML At Boot-up. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0 -->
# Number: 0, 1 -->
# Mandatory -->
<P1349>0</P1349> -->
<!-<!-<!-<!--
# Use Custom File Name. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0 -->
# Number: 0, 1 -->
# Mandatory -->
<P1343>0</P1343> -->
<!-<!-<!-<!--
# Disable Conference. 0 - No, 1 - Yes. Default is 0 -->
# Number: 0, 1 -->
# Mandatory -->
<P1311>0</P1311> -->
<!-- # Idle Screen XML Server Path -->
<!-- # This is a string of up to 256 characters that should contain a path to the XML
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file -->
<!-- # It MUST be in the host/path format. For example: directory.company.com/engineering
-->
<!-- # String -->
<!-- <P341></P341> -->
</config>
</gs_provision>
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Index
A
Account
network settings ............................................................21
account general setting parameters .................................... 58
account network settings parameters .................................. 58
Accounts
general settings ............................................................ 20
administration
through configuration file .............................................. 57
through deskphone .......................................................13
through Web GUI ..........................................................19
administration features .......................................................... 9
advanced network settings parameter .................................74
advanced SIP settings parameters ......................................62
audio control parameters ..................................................... 85
audio settings parameters ................................................... 65
B
basic network settings parameters ...................................... 72
basic SIP parameters .......................................................... 59
basic SIP settings ................................................................ 22
buttons
description .................................................................... 11
name .............................................................................11
C
call features settings parameters .........................................83
call settings parameter .........................................................68
configuration file
text
XML ....................................................................... 89
configuration file parameters
language .......................................................................78
configuring
audio control ................................................................. 36
call features .................................................................. 33
date and time ................................................................38
language settings ......................................................... 47
Layer2 QoS settings ..................................................... 16
LCD display .................................................................. 37
network settings ............................................................16
phonebook settings ...................................................... 53
ring tone ........................................................................35
security settings ............................................................48
syslog ........................................................................... 46
TR-069 settings ............................................................ 47
upgrade and provisioning ............................................. 43
XML applications .......................................................... 39
configuring:
Web access passwords ................................................43
94
configuring accounts
advanced SIP settings ..................................................26
audio settings ............................................................... 28
basic SIP settings ......................................................... 22
call settings ...................................................................30
SIP security settings ..................................................... 27
SIP session timer settings ............................................ 26
configuring network
advanced settings .........................................................41
basic settings ................................................................40
configuring settings
general ..........................................................................32
configuring through deskphone
SIP account settings .....................................................13
upgrade server settings ................................................ 15
connection ports .................................................................. 10
contact
add ................................................................................49
delete ............................................................................49
update ...........................................................................49
D
date and time parameters ....................................................86
deskphone upgrade ............................................................. 44
deskphone upgrading .......................................................... 44
deskphone upgrading and provisioning parameters ............75
document changes ................................................................ 7
document purpose ................................................................. 7
F
field decsriptions
LDAP ............................................................................ 55
field description
account general settings ...............................................20
LCD display .................................................................. 38
field descriptions .................................................................. 22
account network settings .............................................. 21
accounts audio settings ................................................ 29
audio control ................................................................. 36
basic settings ................................................................40
call features .................................................................. 34
calls settings ................................................................. 31
contact .......................................................................... 50
date and time ................................................................38
general settings ............................................................ 33
language .......................................................................47
Network advanced settings .......................................... 42
phonebook ....................................................................53
ring tone ........................................................................35
security ......................................................................... 48
SIP security settings ..................................................... 28
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field descriptions (continued)
SIP session timer ..........................................................26
syslog ........................................................................... 46
upgrading and provisioning .......................................... 44
Web access passwords ................................................43
XML Applications ..........................................................39
field descriptionsSIP account ...............................................14
G
general settings parameters ................................................ 82
I
intended audience ................................................................. 7
K
keypad layout .......................................................................11
L
language parameters ...........................................................78
Layer2 QoS ..........................................................................16
Layer2 QoS parameters ...................................................... 16
LCD display parameter ........................................................ 86
LDAP parameters ................................................................ 81
LDAP settings ...................................................................... 54
legal notices .............................................................................
N
network parameters ............................................................. 17
P
parameter
language .......................................................................78
parameters
account network settings .............................................. 58
advanced network settings ........................................... 74
advanced SIP settings ..................................................62
audio control ................................................................. 85
audio settings ............................................................... 65
basic network settings .................................................. 72
basic SIP settings ......................................................... 59
call features settings .....................................................83
call setting .....................................................................68
date and time ................................................................86
deskphone upgrading and provisioning ........................75
general settings ............................................................ 82
LCD display .................................................................. 86
LDAP ............................................................................ 81
ring tone ........................................................................84
SIP security settings ..................................................... 64
SIP session timer settings ............................................ 63
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web access ...................................................................75
XML applications settings .............................................88
XML phone book .......................................................... 80
phone book XML ..................................................................50
phone book XML structure ...................................................50
R
related documentation ........................................................... 7
resetting the phone .............................................................. 15
resetting to factory default ................................................... 15
ring tone parameters ............................................................84
S
sample configuration file ...................................................... 89
security settings parameters ................................................79
SIP security settings parameters ......................................... 64
SIP session timer settings parameters ................................ 63
SIP settings ..........................................................................13
speed dial ............................................................................ 89
support
contact ............................................................................ 8
syslog parameters ............................................................... 77
U
upgrade parameters ............................................................ 15
upgrading .............................................................................44
upgrading and provisioning ..................................................44
upgrading deskphone .......................................................... 44
upgrading parameters ..........................................................75
W
Web access parameters ...................................................... 75
web GUI
upgrading and provisioning .......................................... 44
Web GUI .............................................................................. 19
X
XML applications settings parameters .................................88
XML phone book ..................................................................50
XML phone book configuration parameters .........................80
XML phone book structure ...................................................50
XML structure ...................................................................... 50
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