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AVAYA IP TELEPHONE CONFIGURATION FILE TEMPLATE
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*** May 8, 2013 ***
##
## This file is intended to be used as a template for configuring Avaya IP telep
hones.
## Parameters supported by software releases up through the following are includ
ed:
##
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.3
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96x1 SIP R6.2.2
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96x0 H.323 R3.2
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96x0 SIP R2.6.9
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46xx H.323 R2.9.2
##
46xx SIP R2.2.2
##
364x SIP R1.1
##
3631 H.323 R1.3.0
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3
##
16CC SIP R1.0
##
1603 SIP R1.0
##
1692 H.323 R1.4
## Softphone SIP R2.1
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##
## Any line that does not begin with "SET ", "IF ", "GOTO ", "# " or "GET " is t
reated as a comment.
## To activate a setting, remove the "## " from the beginning of the line for th
at parameter so
## that the line begins with "SET ", and change the value to one appropriate for
your environment.
##
## To include spaces in a value, the entire value must be enclosed in double quo
tes, as in:
## SET MYCERTCN AvayatelephonewithMACaddress$MACADDR
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##
COMMON SETTINGS
##
## Settings in this section will be processed by all telephones,
## but not all parameters are supported by all telephones or all software releas
es.
## Settings for parameters that are not supported will be ignored.
## For more information, see the Administrator's Guide available at support.avay
a.com
##
############### LAYER 2 VLAN AND QOS SETTINGS ##############
##
## L2Q specifies whether layer 2 frames generated by the telephone will have IEE
E 802.1Q tags.
## Value Operation
##
0
Auto - frames will be tagged if the value of L2QVLAN is non-zero (def

ault).
##
1
On - frames will always be tagged.
##
2
Off - frames will never be tagged.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via DHCP or LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2Q 0
##
## L2QVLAN specifies the voice VLAN ID to be used by IP telephones.
## Valid values are 0 through 4094; the default value is 0.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via DHCP or LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QVLAN 5
##
## L2QAUD specifies the layer 2 priority value for audio frames generated by the
telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 6.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
##
which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QAUD 7
##
## L2QSIG specifies the layer 2 priority value for signaling frames generated by
the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 6.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
##
which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later

##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET L2QSIG 7
##
## VLANSEP specifies whether VLAN separation will be enabled by the built-in Eth
ernet switch
## while the telephone is tagging frames with a non-zero VLAN ID. When VLAN sep
aration is enabled,
## only frames with a VLAN ID that is the same as the VLAN ID being used by the
telephone
## (as well as priority-tagged and untagged frames) will be forwarded to the te
lephone.
## Also, if the value of PHY2VLAN (see below) is non-zero, only frames with a V
LAN ID that is
## the same as the value of PHY2VLAN (as well as priority-tagged and untagged f
rames) will be
## forwarded to the secondary (PHY2) Ethernet interface, and tagged frames rece
ived on the
## secondary Ethernet interface will have their VLAN ID changed to the value of
PHY2VLAN and
## their priority value changed to the value of PHY2PRIO (see below).
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled.
##
1
Enabled if L2Q, L2QVLAN and PHY2VLAN are set appropriately (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET VLANSEP 0
##
## PHY2VLAN specifies the VLAN ID to be used by frames forwarded to and from the
secondary
## (PHY2) Ethernet interface when VLAN separation (see VLANSEP above) is enable
d.
## Valid values are 0 through 4094; the default value is 0.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY2VLAN 1
##
## PHY2PRIO specifies the layer 2 priority value to be used for frames received
on the secondary
## (PHY2) Ethernet interface when VLAN separation (see VLANSEP above) is enable
d.
## Valid values are 0 through 7; the default value is 0.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later

##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.3.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY2PRIO 2
##
#################### LAYER 3 QOS SETTINGS ##################
##
## DSCPAUD specifies the layer 3 Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Code Point
## for audio frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 63; the default value is 46.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
##
which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSCPAUD 43
##
## DSCPSIG specifies the layer 3 Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Code Point
## for signaling frames generated by the telephone.
## Valid values are 0 through 63; the default value is 34.
## Note: This parameter may also be set via LLDP or H.323 signaling,
##
which would overwrite any value set in this file.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSCPSIG 41
##
###################### DHCP SETTINGS #######################
##
## DHCPSTD specifies whether DHCP will comply with the IETF RFC 2131 standard an
d
## immediately stop using an IP address if the lease expires, or whether it wil
l
## enter an extended rebinding state in which it continues to use the address a
nd
## to periodically send a rebinding request, as well as to periodically send an
## ARP request to check for address conflicts, until a response is received fro
m
## a DHCP server or until a conflict is detected.
## Value Operation

##
0
Continue using the address in an extended rebinding state (default).
##
1
Immediately stop using the address.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DHCPSTD 1
##
## VLANTEST specifies the number of seconds that DHCP will be attempted with a
## non-zero VLAN ID before switching to a VLAN ID of zero (if the value of L2Q
is 1)
## or to untagged frames (if the value of L2Q is 0).
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 60.
## A value of zero means that DHCP will try with a non-zero VLAN ID forever.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.8 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET VLANTEST 90
##
## REUSETIME specifies the number of seconds that DHCP will be attempted with a
VLAN ID of
## zero (if the value of L2Q is 1) or with untagged frames (if the value of L2Q
is 0 or 2)
## before reusing the IP address (and associated address information) that it h
ad the last
## time it successfully registered with a call server, if such an address is av
ailable.
## While reusing an address, DHCP will enter the extended rebinding state descr
ibed above
## for DHCPSTD.
## Valid values are 0 and 20 through 999; the default value is 60.
## A value of zero means that DHCP will try forever (i.e., no reuse).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET REUSETIME 90
##
####################### DNS SETTINGS #######################
##
## DNSSRVR specifies a list of DNS server addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or colon-hex (IPv6, if supported)
## format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## A value set in this file will replace any value set for DNSSRVR via DHCP.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later

##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.6 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DNSSRVR 198.152.15.15
##
## DOMAIN specifies a character string that will be appended to parameter values
## that are specified as DNS names, before the name is resolved.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.6 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 63 characters only)
##
3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DOMAIN mycompany.com
##
###################### LOGIN SETTINGS ######################
##
## QKLOGINSTAT specifies whether a password must always be entered manually at t
he login screen.
## Value Operation
##
0
Manual password entry is mandatory. (default for 96x0 SIP R2.0 - R2.5
)
##
1
A "quick login" is allowed by pressing the # or Continue key.
##
(default for H.323, 96x0 SIP R2.6+, and 96x1 SIP R6.0+)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET QKLOGINSTAT 0
##
################### SERVER SETTINGS (H.323) ################
##
## MCIPADD specifies a list of H.323 call server IP addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), o
r
## DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## A value set in this file will replace any value set for MCIPADD via DHCP.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET MCIPADD 135.9.49.202,135.9.10.12,135.9.134.50,135.11.27.15,135.11.28.66
##

## VUMCIPADD specifies a list of H.323 call server IP addresses for the Visiting
User feature.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.5 and later
## SET VUMCIPADD callsv1.myco.com,callsv2.myco.com,135.42.28.66
##
## STATIC specifies whether a file server or call server IP address that has bee
n
## manually programmed into the telephone will be used instead of values receiv
ed
## for TLSSRVR, HTTPSRVR or MCIPADD via DHCP or this settings file.
## Value Operation
##
0
File server and call server IP addresses received via DHCP or
##
this file are used instead of manually programmed values (default).
##
1
A manually programmed file server IP address will be used.
##
2
A manually programmed call server IP address will be used.
##
3
A manually programmed file server or call server IP address will be u
sed.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET STATIC 0
##
## UNNAMEDSTAT specifies whether unnamed registration will be initiated by the t
elephone
## if a value is not entered at the Extension registration prompt within one mi
nute.
## Unnamed registration provides the telephone with a restricted class of servi
ce
## (such as emergency calls) if administered on the call server.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.8.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
## SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
##
## REREGISTER specifies the delay interval in minutes before and between reregis
tration attempts.
## Valid values are 1 through 120; the default value is 20.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET REREGISTER 25
##
## GRATARP specifies whether an existing ARP cache entry will be updated with a
MAC address
## received in a gratuitous (unsolicited) ARP message.

## Value Operation
##
0
Gratuitous ARP messages will be ignored (default).
##
1
Gratuitous ARP messages will be processed to update an existing ARP c
ache entry.
## Note: In an H.323 Processor Ethernet Duplication (PE Dup) environment,
##
if the PE Dup server and the telephone are in the same subnet, this sh
ould be set to 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later releases
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later releases
## SET GRATARP 0
##
######### GUEST LOGIN (AND VISITING USER) SETTINGS (H.323 only) #########
##
## GUESTLOGINSTAT specifies whether the Guest Login feature is available to user
s.
## Value Operation
##
0
Guest Login feature is not available to users (default)
##
1
Guest Login feature is available to users
## SET GUESTLOGINSTAT 0
##
## GUESTDURATION specifies the duration (in hours) before a Guest Login or a
## Visiting User login will be automatically logged off if the telephone is idl
e.
## Valid values are integers from 1 to 12, with a default value of 2.
## SET GUESTDURATION 2
##
## GUESTWARNING specifies the number of minutes before time specified by GUESTDU
RATION that
## a warning of the automatic logoff is initially presented to the Guest or Vis
iting User.
## Valid values are integers from 1 to 15, with a default value of 5.
## SET GUESTWARNING 5
##
################# SERVER SETTINGS (ALL SIP) ################
##
## SIPDOMAIN specifies the domain name to be used during SIP registration.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 60 characters only)
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET SIPDOMAIN bbva.com
##
## SIPPORT specifies the port the telephone will open to receive SIP signaling m
essages.
## Valid values are 1024 through 65535; the default value is 5060.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: Older SIP software releases also use the value of this parameter as th
e
##
destination port for transmitted SIP messages. However, for newer rele

ases
##
that support SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST (see below), the value of that parame
ter
##
is used to specify the destination port for transmitted SIP messages.
SET SIPPORT 5061
##
################ SERVER SETTINGS (LATEST SIP) ##############
##
## SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST specifies a list of SIP controller designators,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces,
## where each controller designator has the following format:
## host[:port][;transport=xxx]
## host is an IP address in dotted-decimal or DNS name format.
## [:port] is an optional port number.
## [;transport=xxx] is an optional transport type where xxx can be tls, tcp, or
udp.
## If a port number is not specified a default value of 5060 for TCP and UDP or
5061 for TLS is used.
## If a transport type is not specified, a default value of tls is used.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET SIP_CONTROLLER_LIST 118.217.100.172:5061;transport=tls,118.95.204.192:5061;t
ransport=tls
##
## SIPREGPROXYPOLICY specifies whether the telephone will attempt to maintain
## one or multiple simultaneous registrations.
##
Value
Operation
##
alternate
Only a single registration will be attempted and maintained.
## simultaneous Simultaneous registrations will be attempted and maintained
with all available controllers.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; the default value is simultaneous.
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x;
the default value is alternate.
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later; the default value is alternate.
SET SIPREGPROXYPOLICY simultaneous
##
## SIMULTANEOUS_REGISTRATIONS specifies the number of Session Managers
## with which the telephone will simultaneously register.
## Valid values are 1, 2 or 3; the default value is 3.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
SET SIMULTANEOUS_REGISTRATIONS 3
##
## ENABLE_PPM_SOURCED_SIPPROXYSRVR parameter enables PPM as a source of SIP prox
y server information.
## Value Operation
##
0
Proxy server information received from PPM will not be used.
##
1
Proxy server information received from PPM will be used (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_PPM_SOURCED_SIPPROXYSRVR 1
##
## CONFIG_SERVER specifies the address of the Avaya configuration server.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,

## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value may contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
## SET CONFIG_SERVER ppm.myco.com
##
## CONFIG_SERVER_SECURE_MODE specifies whether HTTP or HTTPS is used to access t
he configuration server.
## Value Operation
##
0
use HTTP (default for 96x0 R2.0 through R2.5)
##
1
use HTTPS (default for other releases)
##
2
use HTTPS if SIP transport mode is TLS, otherwise use HTTP
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET CONFIG_SERVER_SECURE_MODE 1
##
################ SERVER SETTINGS (OLDER SIP) ###############
##
## SIPPROXYSRVR specifies a list of addresses of SIP proxy servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (only supports one address)
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SIPPROXYSRVR 192.168.0.8
##
## SIPSIGNAL specifies the type of transport used for SIP signaling.
## Value Operation
##
0
UDP
##
1
TCP
##
2
TLS (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SIPSIGNAL 2
##
## SIP_PORT_SECURE specifies the destination TCP port for SIP messages sent over
TLS.
## Valid values are 1024 through 65535; the default value is 5061.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SIP_PORT_SECURE 5061
##
## ENABLE_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT specifies whether the telephone is configured
## for use in an Avaya (SES) or a third-party proxy environment.
## Value Operation
##
0
3rd party proxy with "SIPPING 19" features
##
1
Avaya SES with AST features and PPM (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.4
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET ENABLE_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT 1
##
######### NON-AVAYA ENVIRONMENT SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ########

##
## MWISRVR specifies a list of addresses of Message Waiting Indicator servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET MWISRVR 192.168.0.7
##
## DIALPLAN specifies the dial plan used in the telephone.
## It accelerates dialing by eliminating the need to wait for
## the INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT timer to expire.
## The value can contain 0 to 1023 characters; the default value is null ("").
## See the telephone Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET DIALPLAN [23]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9[2-9]xxxxxxxxx
##
## PHNNUMOFSA specifies the number of Session Appearances the telephone
## should support while operating in a non-Avaya environment.
## Valid values are 1 through 10; the default value is 3.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET PHNNUMOFSA 3
##
################## TIME SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #################
##
## SNTPSRVR specifies a list of addresses of SNTP servers.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (only supports one address)
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SNTPSRVR 192.168.0.5
##
## GMTOFFSET specifies the time offset from GMT in hours and minutes.
## The format begins with an optional "+" or "-" ("+" is assumed if omitted),
## followed by 0 through 12 (hours), followed by a colon (:),
## followed by 00 through 59 (minutes). The default value is 0:00.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (see Note below)
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: For the 364x, only values of 00, 15, 30 and 45 are supported for minut
es,
##
other values are set to 00.
SET GMTOFFSET -5:00
##
## DSTOFFSET specifies the time offset in hours of daylight savings time from lo

cal standard time.
## Valid values are 0, 1, or 2; the default value is 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET DSTOFFSET 0
##
## DSTSTART specifies when to apply the offset for daylight savings time.
## The default value for all telephones except the 46xx is 2SunMar2L
## (the second Sunday in March at 2AM local time).
## The default value for 46xx telephones is 1SunApr2L
## (the first Sunday in April at 2AM local time),
## which is now obsolete for North America so it should be set below.
## See the Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSTSTART 2SunMar2L
##
## DSTSTOP specifies when to stop applying the offset for daylight savings time.
## The default value for all telephones except the 46xx is 1SunNov2L
## (the first Sunday in November at 2AM local time).
## The default value for 46xx telephones is LSunOct2L
## (the last Sunday in October at 2AM local time),
## which is now obsolete for North America so it should be set below.
## See the Administrator's Guide for format and setting alternatives.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DSTSTOP 1SunNov2L
##
################## TIMER SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###############
##
## WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER specifies the number of seconds that the telephon
e will wait
## for a response to a REGISTER request. If no response message is received wit
hin this time,
## registration will be retried based on the value of RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600; the default value is 32.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: For Avaya Distributed Office configurations prior to R2.0, this parame
ter must be set to 60.
## SET WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER 60
##
## REGISTERWAIT specifies the number of seconds between re-registrations with th
e current server.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default valu

e is 900.
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default va
lue is 900.
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 through R2.2; valid values are 10 to 1000000000; the defa
ult value is 3600.
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later; valid values are 0 to 65535; the default value
is 3600.
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later; valid values are 60 to 3600; the default value
is 3600.
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later; valid values are 10 to 1000000000; the default
value is 3600.
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later; valid values are 30 to 86400; the default valu
e is 900.
## SET REGISTERWAIT 1000
##
## RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT specifies a number of seconds.
## If no response is received to a REGISTER request within the number of second
s specified
## by WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER, the telephone will try again after a randoml
y selected
## delay of 50% to 90% of the value of RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT.
## Valid values are 10 through 36000; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RECOVERYREGISTERWAIT 90
##
## WAIT_FOR_UNREGISTRATION_TIMER specifies the number of seconds that the teleph
one will wait
## before assuming that an un-registration request is complete.
## Un-registration includes termination of registration and all active dialogs.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600; the default value is 32.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET WAIT_FOR_UNREGISTRATION_TIMER 45
##
## WAIT_FOR_INVITE_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT specifies the maximum number of seconds that
the
## telephone will wait for another response after receiving a SIP 100 Trying re
sponse.
## Valid values are 30 through 180; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later.
## SET WAIT_FOR_INVITE_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT 90
##
## OUTBOUND_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST_DURATION specifies the duration in seconds requ
ested by the
## telephone in SUBSCRIBE messages, which may be decreased in the response from
the server.
## Valid values are 60 through 31536000 (one year); the default value is 86400
(one day).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later.
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later.
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (currently used only for avaya-ccs-profile
##
subscription as message-summary is controlled by REGISTERWAIT time
r).
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later

## SET OUTBOUND_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST_DURATION 604800
##
## NO_DIGITS_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wai
t
## for a digit to be dialed after going off-hook before generating a warning to
ne.
## Valid values are 1 through 60; the default value is 20.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET NO_DIGITS_TIMEOUT 15
##
## INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will w
ait
## after a digit is dialed before sending a SIP INVITE.
## Valid values are 1 through 10; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT 6
##
## FAILED_SESSION_REMOVAL_TIMER specifies the number of seconds the telephone wi
ll
## display a session line appearance and generate re-order tone after an invali
d
## extension has been dialed if the user does not press the End Call softkey.
## Valid values are 5 through 999; the default value is 30.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET FAILED_SESSION_REMOVAL_TIMER 15
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_STATUS specifies whether or not the telephone sends TCP keep a
live messages.
## Value Operation
##
0
Keep-alive messages are not sent
##
1
Keep-alive messages are sent (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_STATUS 0
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will w
ait
## before sending out a TCP keep-alive (TCP ACK) message.
## Valid values are 10 through 3600; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME 45
##
## TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds that the telephone wi
ll wait
## before re-transmitting a TCP keep-alive (TCP ACK) message.
## Valid values are 5 through 60; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later

##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_INTERVAL 15
##
## CONTROLLER_SEARCH_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds the telephone will
wait
## to complete the maintenance check for monitored controllers.
## Valid values are 4 through 3600.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (default value is 16)
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later (default value is 16)
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 - R2.6.4 (default value is 4)
## SET CONTROLLER_SEARCH_INTERVAL 20
##
## ASTCONFIRMATION specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will wait
to validate
## an active subscription when it SUBSCRIBEs to the "avaya-cm-feature-status" p
ackage.
## Valid values are 16 through 3600; the default value is 60.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET ASTCONFIRMATION 90
##
## FAST_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT specifies the number of seconds that the telephone will
wait
## before terminating an INVITE transaction if no response is received.
## However, a value of 0 means that this timer is disabled.
## Valid values are 0 through 32; the default value is 4.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
## SET FAST_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT 5
##
## RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_TIME specifies the number of seconds that the telephone wil
l wait
## the first time before trying to contact the PPM server again after a failed
attempt.
## Each subsequent retry will be delayed by double the previous delay.
## Valid values are 2 through 60, the default value is 2.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_TIME 4
##
## RDS_MAX_RETRY_TIME specifies the maximum delay interval in seconds after whic
h
## the telephone will abandon its attempt to contact the PPM server.
## Valid values are 2 through 3600, the default value is 600.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
## SET RDS_MAX_RETRY_TIME 600
##
## RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_ATTEMPTS specifies the number of retries after which
## the telephone will abandon its attempt to contact the PPM server.
## Valid values are 1 through 30, the default value is 15.

## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET RDS_INITIAL_RETRY_ATTEMPTS 20
##
############# CONFERENCING SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## CONFERENCE_FACTORY_URI specifies the URI for Avaya Aura Conferencing.
## Valid values contain zero or one URI,
## where a URI consists of a dial string followed by "@" followed by a domain,
## which must match the routing pattern configured in System Manager for Adhoc
Conferencing.
## Depending on the dial plan, the dial string may need a prefix code, such as
a 9 to get an outside line.
## The domain portion of the URI can be in the form of an IP address or an FQDN
.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2.1 and later
## SET CONFERENCE_FACTORY_URI "93375000@avaya.com"
##
## EVENT_NOTIFY_AVAYA_MAX_USERS specifies the maximum number of users to be incl
uded in
## an event notification message from CM/AST-II or Avaya Aura Conferencing R6.0
or later.
## Valid values are 0 through 1000; the default value is 20.
## It is used only for development and debugging purposes.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET EVENT_NOTIFY_AVAYA_MAX_USERS 10
##
################ PRESENCE SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ##############
##
## ENABLE_PRESENCE specifies whether presence will be supported.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
(default is 1)
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.8 and later (default is 1)
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and R2.6.7 (default is 0)
SET ENABLE_PRESENCE 1
##
## PRESENCE_SERVER specifies the address of the Presence server.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,
## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value may contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and later
SET PRESENCE_SERVER 118.217.100.170
##
## ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_ON_THE_PHONE_PRESENCE specifies whether a presence status
## of "on the phone" will be sent out automatically when the user goes off-hook
.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)

## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.6 and later
SET ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_ON_THE_PHONE_PRESENCE 1
##
########### INSTANT MESSAGING SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ##########
##
## INSTANT_MSG_ENABLED specifies whether Instant Messaging will be enabled or di
sabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
SET INSTANT_MSG_ENABLED 1
##
############### EXCHANGE SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###############
##
## EXCHANGE_SERVER_LIST specifies a list of one or more Exchange server IP addre
sses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_SERVER_LIST exch1.myco.com,exch2.myco.com,exch3.myco.com
##
## PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CONTACTS specifies whether menu item(s) for Exchange Contact
s are displayed.
## Value Operation
##
0
Not displayed
##
1
Displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 through R2.4 only
## SET PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 0
##
## PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR specifies whether menu item(s) for Exchange Calenda
r are displayed.
## Value Operation
##
0
Not displayed
##
1
Displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 0
##
## USE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR specifies whether calendar data will be retrieved from
Microsoft Exchange.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x only (set only by user option in R6.2 and later)
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET USE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 1
##
## EXCHANGE_USER_DOMAIN specifies the domain for the URL
## used to obtain Exchange contacts and calendar data.

## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_USER_DOMAIN exchange.myco.com
##
## ENABLE_EXCHANGE_REMINDER specifies whether or not Exchange reminders will be
displayed.
## Value Operation
##
0
Not displayed (default)
##
1
Displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET ENABLE_EXCHANGE_REMINDER 1
##
## EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TIME specifies the number of minutes before an appointment
## at which a reminder will be displayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TIME 7
##
## EXCHANGE_SNOOZE_TIME specifies the number of minutes after a reminder has bee
n
## temporarily dismissed at which the reminder will be redisplayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_SNOOZE_TIME 4
##
## EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TONE specifies whether or not a tone will be generated
## the first time an Exchange reminder is displayed.
## Value Operation
##
0
Tone not generated
##
1
Tone generated (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET EXCHANGE_REMINDER_TONE 0
##
## EXCHANGE_NOTIFY_SUBSCRIPTION_PERIOD specifies the number of seconds between r
e-syncs
## with the Exchange server.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; valid values are 60 through 3600; the default
value is 180.
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x;
valid values are 0 through 3600; the default
value is 180.
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later; valid values are 0 through 3600; the default
value is 180.
## SET EXCHANGE_NOTIFY_SUBSCRIPTION_PERIOD 200
##
################### OTHER SIP-ONLY SETTINGS ################
##
## SPEAKERSTAT specifies the operation of the speakerphone.
## Value Operation
##
0
Speakerphone disabled

##
1
One-way speaker (also called "monitor") enabled
##
2
Full (two-way) speakerphone enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SPEAKERSTAT 1
##
## SDPCAPNEG specifies whether or not SDP capability negotiation is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
SDP capability negotiation is disabled
##
1
SDP capability negotiation is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET SDPCAPNEG 0
##
## ENFORCE_SIPS_URI specifies whether a SIPS URI must be used for SRTP.
## Value Operation
##
0
Not enforced
##
1
Enforced (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET ENFORCE_SIPS_URI 1
##
## 100REL_SUPPORT specifies whether the 100rel option tag is included in the SIP
INVITE header field.
## Value Operation
##
0
The tag will not be included.
##
1
The tag will be included (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6 and later
## SET 100REL_SUPPORT 1
##
## DISPLAY_NAME_NUMBER specifies whether the name and/or number will be displaye
d for
## incoming calls, and if both are displayed, the order in which they are displ
ayed.
## Value Operation
##
0
Only the name will be displayed for incoming calls.
##
1
The name and number will be displayed for incoming calls.
##
2
Only the number will be displayed for incoming calls.
##
3
The number and name will be displayed for incoming calls.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later;
valid values 0 through 3; the default v
alue is 0.
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x;
valid values 0 through 1; the default v
alue is 0.
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later;
valid values 0 through 3; the default val
ue is 0.
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 through R2.6.4; valid values 0 through 1; the default val
ue is 0.
SET DISPLAY_NAME_NUMBER 1
##
## HOTLINE specifies zero or one hotline number.
## Valid values can contain up to 30 dialable characters (0-9, *, #).
## The default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later

## SET HOTLINE ""
##
## PLAY_TONE_UNTIL_RTP specifies whether locally-generated ringback tone will st
op
## as soon as SDP is received for an early media session, or whether it will co
ntinue
## until RTP is actually received from the far-end party.
## Value Operation
##
0
Stop ringback tone as soon as SDP is received
##
1
Continue ringback tone until RTP is received (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PLAY_TONE_UNTIL_RTP 0
##
## PLUS_ONE specifies whether pressing the 1 key during dialing will alternate b
etween 1 and +.
## Value Operation
##
0
1 key only dials 1 (default).
##
1
1 key alternates between 1 and +.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PLUS_ONE 1
##
## TEAM_BUTTON_RING_TYPE specifies the alerting pattern to use for team buttons.
## Valid values are 1 through 8, the default value is 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET TEAM_BUTTON_RING_TYPE 3
##
## SECURECALL specifies whether an icon will be displayed when SRTP is being use
d.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SECURECALL 1
##
## LOCALLY_ENFORCE_PRIVACY_HEADER specifies whether the telephone will display
## "Restricted" (in the current language) instead of CallerId information when
## a Privacy header is received in a SIP INVITE message for an incoming call.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default): CallerID information will be displayed
##
1
Enabled: "Restricted" will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET LOCALLY_ENFORCE_PRIVACY_HEADER 1
##
## BRANDING_VOLUME specifies the volume level at which the Avaya audio brand is
played.
## Value Operation
##
8
9db above nominal
##
7
6db above nominal
##
6
3db above nominal
##
5
nominal (default)
##
4
3db below nominal
##
3
6db below nominal
##
2
9db below nominal
##
1
12db below nominal
## This parameter is supported by:

##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET BRANDING_VOLUME 2
##
## ENABLE_OOD_MSG_TLS_ONLY specifies whether an Out-Of-Dialog (OOD) REFER
## must be received over TLS transport to be accepted.
## Value Operation
##
0
No, TLS is not required
##
1
Yes, TLS is required (default)
## Note: A value of 0 is only intended for testing purposes.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_OOD_MSG_TLS_ONLY 1
##
## PROVIDE_EDITED_DIALING specifies control for editied dialing for user.
## Value Operation
##
0
Dialing Options is not displayed. Edit dialing is disabled.
##
The user cannot change edit dialing and the phone defaults to on-hook
dialing.
##
1
Dialing Options is not displayed. On hook dialing is disabled.
##
The user cannot change edit dialing and the phone defaults to edit di
aling.
##
2
Dialing Options is displayed (default).
##
The user can change edit dialing and the phone defaults to on-hook di
aling.
##
3
Dialing Options is displayed.
##
The user can change edit dialing and the phone defaults to edit diali
ng.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## PROVIDE_EDITED_DIALING 2
##
## VU_MODE specifies visiting user mode capabilities.
## Value Operation
##
0
No visiting user support (default).
##
1
User is prompted at registration time as to whether or not they are v
isiting.
##
2
Only visiting user registrations are allowed.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET VU_MODE 0
##
############ ACCESSIBILITY SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## PROVIDE_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY specifies how long a navigation button must be held
down
## before it begins to auto-repeat, and whether an option will be provided by w
hich
## the user can change this value.
## Value Operation
##
0
Default
(500ms) with user option (default)
##
1
Short
(250ms) with user option
##
2
Long
(1000ms) with user option
##
3
Very Long (2000ms) with user option
##
4
No Repeat
with user option
##
5
Default
(500ms) without user option
##
6
Short
(250ms) without user option
##
7
Long
(1000ms) without user option
##
8
Very Long (2000ms) without user option

##
9
No Repeat
without user option
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET PROVIDE_KEY_REPEAT_DELAY 2
##
################### HANDSET EQUALIZATION ###################
##
## ADMIN_HSEQUAL specifies handset audio equalization standards compliance
## Note that this value will only have an effect on a telephone if the handset
equalization
## has not been set by the user or by the HSEQUAL local procedure for that tele
phone.
## Value Operation
##
1
Use handset equalization that is compliant with TIA 810/920 (default)
##
2
Use handset equalization that is compliant with FCC Part 68 HAC requi
rements
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.4 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
## SET ADMIN_HSEQUAL 2
##
################ EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER ################
##
## PHNEMERGNUM specifies an emergency telephone number to be dialed if the assoc
iated button is selected.
## Valid values may contain up to 30 dialable characters (0-9, *, #); the defau
lt value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.5 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
4630 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (up to 16 digits only)
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 9911
##
############ EMERGENCY NUMBER SOFTKEY (SIP ONLY) ###########
##
## ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK specifies whether an emergency softkey,
## with or without a confirmation screen, will be displayed when the phone is r
egistered.
## All emergency numbers will always be supported.
## Value Operation
##
0
An emergency softkey will not be displayed.
##
1
An emergency softkey will be displayed, without a confirmation screen
.
##
2
An emergency softkey will be displayed, with a confirmation screen (d
efault).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK 1
##
## ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK_UNREG specifies whether an emergency softkey,
## with or without a confirmation screen, will be displayed when the phone is n
ot registered.
## All emergency numbers will always be supported.
## Value Operation

##
0
An emergency softkey will not be displayed.
##
1
An emergency softkey will be displayed, without a confirmation screen
.
##
2
An emergency softkey will be displayed, with a confirmation screen (d
efault).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENABLE_SHOW_EMERG_SK_UNREG 1
##
############## APPLICATION ACCESS SETTINGS ###############
##
## APPSTAT restricts access to certain applications.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Log and Redial are suppressed and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts
are not allowed
##
1
Call Log, Redial and Speed Dial/Contacts work without restrictions (d
efault)
##
2
Call Log is suppressed, the Last-6-numbers Redial option is suppresse
d,
##
and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed
##
3
Changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed; other applications wo
rk without restrictions
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET APPSTAT 1
##
################## OPTION ACCESS SETTINGS ##################
##
## OPSTAT restricts access to certain user options.
## Value Operation
## 000 user options are not accessible
## 001 user can only access the Log-Off Option.
## 010 user can only access view-only options, they cannot change any settin
gs
## 011 user can only access view-only options and the Log-Off Option
## 100 user can access all options except the view-only options and the LogOff option
## 101 user can access all options except the view-only options
## 110 user can access all the options except the Log-Off option
## 111 user can invoke any or all of the user options (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET OPSTAT 101
##
## OPSTAT2 specifies whether customized labels from a backup file will be used
## even if the first digit of the value of OPSTAT is "0".
## Value Operation
##
0
Customized labels from a backup file will not be used (default)
##
1
Customized labels from a backup file will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later

##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET OPSTAT2 1
##
################ PHONE SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ###############
##
## PHNSCRALL specifies whether separate screens will be displayed for call appea
rances and features.
## Value Operation
##
0
Separate screens will be displayed for call appearances and features
(default)
##
1
A consolidated screen will be displayed that includes call appearance
s and features
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET PHNSCRALL 1
##
## EOEDITDIAL specifies whether a # character will be inserted at the end of Edi
t Dialing strings.
## Value Operation
##
0
# will not be inserted
##
1
# will be inserted (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R3.2 and later
## SET EOEDITDIAL 0
##
## FBONCASCREEN specifies whether features will be displayed on the same screen
as call appearances
## when the value of PHNSCRALL is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
Features will not be displayed on the same screen as call appearances
(default)
##
1
As many features as will fit will be displayed on the same screen as
call appearances,
##
in addition to being displayed on a separate feature screen.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET FBONCASCREEN 1
##
##################### CALL LOG SETTINGS ####################
##
## CLDISPCONTENT specifies whether the name, the number, or both will be display
ed for Call Log entries.
## Value Operation
##
0
Both the name and the number will be displayed
##
1
Only the name will be displayed (default)
##
2
Only the number will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later (only supports values of 0 or 1)
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (only supports values of 0 or 1)
##
96x0 H.323 R3.2 and later
## SET CLDISPCONTENT 0
##
############## CALL LOG SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## CLDELCALLBK specifies whether a Call Log entry will be deleted when a callbac
k is initiated
## by pressing the Call softkey from the entry's Details screen.
## Value Operation
##
0
Entries will not be deleted when a callback in initiated (default)

##
1
Entries will be deleted when a callback in initiated
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET CLDELCALLBK 1
##
## LOGMISSEDONCE specifies whether Call Log will display more than one
## missed Call Log entry from the same caller.
## Value Operation
##
0
Multiple Call Log entries will be displayed per caller (default)
##
1
Only one missed Call Log entry will be displayed per caller
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGMISSEDONCE 1
##
## LOGUNSEEN specifies whether incoming calls that did not cause alerting will b
e logged
## as missed calls (e.g., calls that are forwarded because the phone is busy).
## Value Operation
##
0
Unseen calls will not be logged (default)
##
1
Unseen calls will be logged
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGUNSEEN 1
##
## LOGBACKUP specifies whether Call Log entries will be backed up to,
## and restored from, the backup/restore file.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Log entries will not be backed up and restored
##
1
Call Log entries will be backed up and restored (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET LOGBACKUP 0
##
## CLBACKUPTIMESTAT specifies whether Call Log entries will be backed up only af
ter
## a minimum interval as specified by the value of CLBACKUPTIME.
## Note that this parameter only has an effect if the value of LOGBACKUP is 1.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Log entries will be backed up as they are created (default)
##
1
Call Log entries will be backed up after the interval specified by CL
BACKUPTIME
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.3 and later
## SET CLBACKUPTIMESTAT 1
##
## CLBACKUPTIME specifies the minimum interval, in minutes, between backups of t
he Call Log,
## if the values of LOGBACKUP and CLBACKUPTIMESTAT are both 1.
## Valid values are 10 through 60; the default value is 15.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.3 and later
## SET CLBACKUPTIME 20
##
############## RING TONE SETTING (H.323 ONLY) ############
##
## DEFAULTRING specifies the default ring tone.

## Valid values are 1 through 14; the default value is 9.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET DEFAULTRING 12
##
################ TIMER SETTING (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## TIMERSTAT specifies whether Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will be presented
to the user.
## Value Operation
##
0
Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will not be presented to the user (de
fault)
##
1
Timer On and Timer Off softkeys will be presented to the user
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET TIMERSTAT 1
##
####################### USB SETTINGS #######################
##
## USBPOWER controls when power is provided to the USB interface.
## Value Operation
##
0
Turn off USB power regardless of power source.
##
1
Turn on USB power only if Aux powered.
##
2
Turn on USB power regardless of power source (default).
##
3
Turn on USB power if Aux powered or PoE Class 3 power.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## SET USBPOWER 0
##
## USBLOGINSTAT specifies whether the USB Login/Logout feature is enabled
## Value Operation
##
0
USB Login/Logout feature is disabled.
##
1
USB Login/Logout feature is enabled (default).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.0 and later
## SET USBLOGINSTAT 1
##
########### BLUETOOTH SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ##############
##
## BLUETOOTHSTAT specifies whether the user is given an option to enable Bluetoo
th.
## Value Operation
##
0
Bluetooth is disabled and the user is not given an option to enable i
t
##
1
The user is given an option to enable Bluetooth (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET BLUETOOTHSTAT 0
##
############ HEADSET SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) ###############
##
## HEADSETBIDIR specifies whether bidirectional signaling is supported on the he
adset interface.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later

##
Note that 96x1 H.323 R6.2 only supported generation of an alerting tone
.
## SET HEADSETBIDIR 1
##
########## AUTO-ANSWER SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) #############
##
## AUTOANSSTAT specifies the operation of the local auto-answer capability.
## Value Operation
##
0
Auto-answer is disabled (default).
##
1
Auto-answer is always enabled.
##
2
Auto-answer is enabled if the incoming call is on a primary call appe
arance.
##
3
Auto-answer is always enabled if the user is logged into a call cente
r.
##
4
Auto-answer is enabled if the user is logged into a call center
##
and if the incoming call is on a primary call appearance.
## Note: Auto-answer also depends on the value of AUTOANSSTRING (see below).
##
Also, if the call server is administered to provide auto-answer capabi
lity,
##
the call server administration will take precedence over AUTOANSSTAT.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSSTAT 1
##
## AUTOANSSTRING specifies a substring that must appear in the call-associated
## display message for an incoming call if that call is to be auto-answered.
## If the value of AUTOANSSTRING is null, no substring is required.
## The value can contain 0 to 15 characters; the default value is null ("").
## Note: Auto-answer also depends on the value of AUTOANSSTAT (see above).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSSTRING
##
## AUTOANSALERT specifies whether the telephone will audibly alert for auto-answ
ered calls.
## Value Operation
##
0
Auto-answered calls will not alert (default).
##
1
Auto-answered calls will alert.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.2 and later
## SET AUTOANSALERT 1
##
################### CALL CENTER SETTINGS #################
##
## HEADSYS specifies whether the telephone will go on-hook if the headset is act
ive
## when a Disconnect message is received.
## Value Operation
##
0
The telephone will go on-hook if a Disconnect message is received whe
n the headset is active
##
1
Disconnect messages are ignored when the headset is active
## Note: a value of 2 has the same effect as a value of 0, and
##
a value of 3 has the same effect as a value of 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later (the default value is 0 unless the value
##
of CALLCTRSTAT is set to 1, in which case the default value is 1)
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and R6.2 ignore this parameter, and will ignore Disconn
ect messages
##
if the user is logged in as a call center agent. If the user is no
t logged in

##
as a call center agent, the telephone will go on-hook if a Disconn
ect message
##
is received when the headset is active.
##
96x1 H.323 releases prior to R6.1 (the default value is 1)
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later (the default value is 1)
##
96x0 H.323 R1.2 and later (the default value is 1)
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later (the default value is 1)
## SET HEADSYS 0
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (96x1 SIP ONLY) ############
##
## SKILLSCREENTIME specifies the duration, in seconds, that the Skills screen wi
ll be displayed.
## Valid values are 0 through 60; the default value is 5.
## A value of 0 means that the Skills screen will not be removed automatically
when the agent logs in.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SKILLSCREENTIME 5
##
## UUIDISPLAYTIME specifies the duration, in seconds, that the UUI Information s
creen will be displayed.
## Valid values are 5 through 60; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET UUIDISPLAYTIME 10
##
## ENTRYNAME specifies whether the Calling Party Name or the VDN/Skill Name will
be used in History entries.
## Value Operation
##
0
Calling Party Name will be used (default)
##
1
VDN/Skill Name will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET ENTRYNAME 1
##
## BUTTON_MAPPINGS specifies a list of Button=Status pairs that change the opera
tion
## of some of the buttons on the telephone.
## Button=Status pairs are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Valid Button values are "Forward", "Speaker", "Hookswitch", and "Headset".
## Valid Status values are "na" and "cc-release".
##
Value
Operation
##
na
The corresponding button will be disabled.
## cc-release The button will invoke the cc-release feature.
## If the value of BUTTON_MAPPINGS is null (the default), all buttons will oper
ate normally.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET BUTTON_MAPPINGS Forward=na,Speaker=cc-release,Hookswitch=na,Headset=na
##
## CC_INFO_TIMER specifies the duration, in hours, of the subscription to the SI
P CC-Info event package.
## Valid values are 1 through 24; the default value is 8.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET CC_INFO_TIMER 8
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (96x1 H.323 ONLY) ##########
##

## CALLCTRSTAT specifies whether Call Center features will be enabled or disable
d.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Center features will be disabled (default)
##
1
Call Center features will be enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET CALLCTRSTAT 1
##
## OPSTATCC specifies whether Call Center options such as Greetings will be pres
ented
## to the user even if the value of OPSTAT is set to disable user options.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for OPSTATCC to be used.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Center options will be displayed based on the value of OPSTAT (d
efault)
##
1
Call Center options will be displayed based on the value of OPSTATCC
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET OPSTATCC 1
##
## AGTACTIVESK specifies which softkeys will be displayed for active call center
calls
## Value Operation
##
0
Softkeys will be displayed in the default order, depending on adminis
tered features (default)
##
1
The positions of the Release and Transfer softkeys will be interchang
ed, otherwise the same as 0
##
2
The Release softkey will not be displayed, otherwise the same as 0
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later
## SET AGTACTIVESK 2
##
## AGTCALLINFOSTAT specifies whether the caller-information line will be display
ed.
## Value Operation
##
0
The caller-information line will not be displayed
##
1
The caller-information line will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTCALLINFOSTAT 0
##
## AGTFWDBTNSTAT specifies whether the Forward button will be disabled for call
center agents.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTFWDBTNSTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Forward button will operate normally
##
1
The Forward button will be disabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTFWDBTNSTAT 0
##
## AGTGREETINGSTAT specifies whether or not an agent greeting may be created, mo
dified, played and deleted.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTGREETINGSTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
##
0
Agent greetings will be disabled
##
1
Agent greetings will be enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later

## SET AGTGREETINGSTAT 0
##
## AGTGREETLOGOUTDEL specifies whether agent greetings will be deleted when the
agent logs out
## Value Operation
##
0
Agent greetings will not be deleted when the agent logs out
##
1
Agent greetings will be deleted when the agent logs out (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2.1 and later
## SET AGTGREETLOGOUTDEL 0
##
## AGTVUSTATID specifies the Vu-stat format number for Agent ID determination.
## Valid values are 0 through 50; the default value is 0.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET AGTVUSTATID 33
##
## AGTLOGINFAC specifies the Feature Access Code to be used for logging in Call
Center agents.
## Valid values are 1 to 4 dialable characters (0-9, * and #); the default valu
e is "#94".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTLOGINFAC #33
##
## AGTLOGOUTFAC specifies the Feature Access Code to be used for logging out Cal
l Center agents.
## Valid values are 1 to 4 dialable characters (0-9, * and #); the default valu
e is "#95".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTLOGOUTFAC #34
##
## AGTSPKRSTAT specifies how the Speaker button functions for call center agents
.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTSPKRSTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Speaker button functions normally
##
1
The Speaker button will be disabled (default)
##
2
The Speaker button functions as a Release button
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTSPKRSTAT 0
##
## AGTTIMESTAT specifies whether the date and time will be displayed on the top
line for call center agents.
## Note that the value of CALLCTRSTAT must be 1 for AGTTIMESTAT to be used.
## Value Operation
##
0
The date and time will be displayed normally
##
1
The display of the date and time will be disabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTIMESTAT 0
##
## AGTTRANSLTO specifies the text string used by the call server as a translatio
n of the English
## string "to" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by the
telephone when
## parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent greetin
g.

## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "to".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLTO to
##
## AGTTRANSLCLBK specifies the text string used by the call server as a translat
ion of the English
## string "callback" in call-associated display messages. This string is used b
y the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent gr
eeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 10 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "callback".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLCLBK callback
##
## AGTTRANSLPRI specifies the text string used by the call server as a translati
on of the English
## string "priority" in call-associated display messages. This string is used b
y the telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent gr
eeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 8 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "priority".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLPRI priority
##
## AGTTRANSLPK specifies the text string used by the call server as a translatio
n of the English
## string "park" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by th
e telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent gr
eeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "park".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLPK park
##
## AGTTRANSLICOM specifies the text string used by the call server as a translat
ion of the English
## string "ICOM" in call-associated display messages. This string is used by th
e telephone
## when parsing received display messages to decide whether to play an agent gr
eeting.
## Valid values are 1 to 6 UTF-8 characters; the default value is "ICOM".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET AGTTRANSLICOM ICOM
##
########## RECORDING TONE SETTINGS (96x1 H.323 ONLY) #######
##
## RECORDINGTONE specifies whether Call Recording Tone will be generated on acti
ve calls.
## Value Operation
##
0
Call Recording Tone will not be generated (default)
##
1
Call Recording Tone will be generated
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE 1
##

## RECORDINGTONE_INTERVAL specifies the number of seconds between Call Recording
Tones.
## Valid values are 1 through 60; the default value is 15.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE_INTERVAL 10
##
## RECORDINGTONE_VOLUME specifies the volume of the Call Recording Tone in 5dB s
teps.
## Value Operation
##
0
The tone volume is equal to the transmit audio level (default)
##
1
The tone volume is 45dB below the transmit audio level
##
2
The tone volume is 40dB below the transmit audio level
##
3
The tone volume is 35dB below the transmit audio level
##
4
The tone volume is 30dB below the transmit audio level
##
5
The tone volume is 25dB below the transmit audio level
##
6
The tone volume is 20dB below the transmit audio level
##
7
The tone volume is 15dB below the transmit audio level
##
8
The tone volume is 10dB below the transmit audio level
##
9
The tone volume is 5dB below the transmit audio level
## 10
The tone volume is equal to the transmit audio level
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET RECORDINGTONE_VOLUME 8
##
########## CALL CENTER SETTINGS (16xx H.323 ONLY) ##########
##
## CCBTNSTAT specifies whether the values of
##
CONFSTAT, DROPSTAT, HEADSTAT, HOLDSTAT, HOOKSTAT, MUTESTAT, and XFE
RSTAT
## are used for enabling and disabling the buttons associated with those parame
ters.
## Value Operation
##
0
The telephone uses the values of those parameters (default)
##
1
The telephone ignores the values those parameters
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET CCBTNSTAT 1
##
## CONFSTAT specifies whether the Conference button is enabled or disabled when
CCBTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Conference button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Conference button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET CONFSTAT 1
##
## DROPSTAT specifies whether the Drop button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNS
TAT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Drop button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Drop button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET DROPSTAT 1
##
## HEADSTAT specifies whether the Headset button is enabled or disabled when CCB
TNSTAT is 0.
## It is ignored by telephones that do not have a Headset button.

## Value Operation
##
0
The Headset button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Headset button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HEADSTAT 1
##
## HOLDSTAT specifies whether the Hold button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNS
TAT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Hold button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Hold button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HOLDSTAT 1
##
## HOOKSTAT specifies whether the switchhook is enabled or disabled when CCBTNST
AT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The switchhook is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The switchhook is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET HOOKSTAT 1
##
## MUTESTAT specifies whether the Mute button is enabled or disabled when CCBTNS
TAT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Mute button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Mute button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET MUTESTAT 1
##
## XFERSTAT specifies whether the Transfer button is enabled or disabled when CC
BTNSTAT is 0.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Transfer button is disabled when CCBTNSTAT is 0 (default)
##
1
The Transfer button is enabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.3.3 and later
## SET XFERSTAT 1
##
################## TRUSTED CERTIFICATES ##################
##
## TRUSTCERTS specifies a list of names of files that contain copies of CA certi
ficates
## (in PEM format) that will be downloaded, saved in non-volatile memory,
## and used by the telephone to authenticate received identity certificates.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Values are separated by commas without intervening spaces.
## The default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.9 and later
##
3631 H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET TRUSTCERTS av_prca_pem_2033.txt,av_sipca_pem_2027.txt,av_sipca_pem_2011.

txt,av_csca_pem_2032.txt
##
## TLSSRVRID specifies whether a certificate will be trusted only if the
## identity of the device from which it is received matches the certificate,
## per Section 3.1 of RFC 2818.
## Value Operation
##
0
Identity matching is not performed
##
1
Identity matching is performed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET TLSSRVRID 0
##
################ HTTP PROXY SERVER SETTINGS ##############
##
## HTTPPROXY specifies the address of the HTTP proxy server used by SIP
## telephones to access an SCEP server that is not on the enterprise network.
## Zero or one IP address in dotted decimal or DNS name format,
## optionally followed by a colon and a TCP port number.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note that in H.323 telephones, SCEP uses WMLPROXY.
## SET HTTPPROXY proxy.mycompany.com
##
## HTTPEXCEPTIONDOMAINS specifies a list of one or more domains,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces,
## for which HTTPPROXY will not be used.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note that in H.323 telephones, SCEP uses WMLEXCEPT.
## SET HTTPEXCEPTIONDOMAINS mycompany.com
##
###################### SCEP SETTINGS #####################
##
## MYCERTURL specifies the URL of the SCEP server from which
## the telephone should obtain an identity certificate,
## if it does not already have one from that server.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTURL http://certsrvr.trustus.com/mscep/mscep.dll
##
## MYCERTCN specifies the Common Name (CN) used in the SUBJECT of an SCEP
## certificate request. The value must be a string that contains either
## "$SERIALNO" (which will be replaced by the telephone's serial number) or
## "$MACADDR" (which will be replaced by the telephone's MAC address),
## but it may contain other characters as well, including spaces.
## Eight ("$MACADDR") to 255 characters; the default value is "$SERIALNO".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later

##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
Note that prior to R2.6.8, 96x0 SIP releases only support
##
"$MACADDR" or "$SERIALNO" as a value, not additional characters.
## SET MYCERTCN AvayatelephonewithMACaddress$MACADDR
##
## MYCERTDN specifies the part the SUBJECT of an SCEP certificate request
## that is common for all telephones. It must begin with a "/" and may
## include Organizational Unit, Organization, Location, State and Country.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("").
## Note: It is recommended that "/" be used as a separator between components.
##
Commas have been found to not work with some servers.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTDN /C=US/ST=NJ/L=MyTown/O=MyCompany
##
## MYCERTCAID specifies an identifier for the CA certificate with which
## the SCEP certificate request is to be be signed, if the server hosts
## multiple Certificate Authorities.
## Zero to 255 ASCII characters; the default value is "CAIdentifier".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTCAID EjbSubCA
##
## MYCERTKEYLEN specifies the bit length of the public and private keys
## generated for the SCEP certificate request.
## 4 ASCII numeric digits, "1024" through "2048"; the default value is "1024".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTKEYLEN 1024
##
## MYCERTRENEW specifies the percentage of the identity certificate's
## Validity interval after which renewal procedures will be initiated.
## Valid values are 1 through 99; the default value is 90.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTRENEW 90
##
## MYCERTWAIT specifies the telephone's behavior if the SCEP server
## indicates that the certificate request is pending manual approval.
## Value Operation
##
0
Poll the SCEP server periodically in the background
##
1
Wait until a certificate is received or the request is rejected (defa
ult)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later

##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET MYCERTWAIT 1
##
## SCEPPASSWORD specifies the password to be included (if not null)
## in the challengePassword attribute of an SCEP certificate request.
## Values may contain 0 to 32 ASCII characters; the default value is "$SERIALNO
".
## If the value contains "$SERIALNO", it will be replaced by the telephone's se
rial number.
## If the value contains "$MACADDR", it will be replaced by the telephone's MAC
address in hex.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## Note that to maintain the security of the password, this parameter should
##
not be set in a file that is accessible on an enterprise network,
##
it should only be set in a restricted staging configuration.
## SET SCEPPASSWORD $SERIALNO
##
##################### 802.1X SETTINGS ####################
##
## DOT1XSTAT specifies the 802.1X Supplicant operating mode.
## Value Operation
##
0
Supplicant disabled (default, unless indicated otherwise below)
##
1
Supplicant enabled, but responds only to received unicast EAPOL messa
ges
##
2
Supplicant enabled; responds to received unicast and multicast EAPOL
messages
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later (default was 1 prior to R2.4.1)
##
46xx H.323 R2.9 and later (default was 1)
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET DOT1XSTAT 1
##
## DOT1X specifies the 802.1X pass-through operating mode.
## Pass-through is the forwarding of EAPOL frames between the telephone's
## Ethernet line interface and its secondary (PC) Ethernet interface
## Value Operation
##
0
EAPOL multicast pass-through enabled without proxy logoff (default)
##
1
EAPOL multicast pass-through enabled with proxy logoff
##
2
EAPOL multicast pass-through disabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.9 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## Note: In 96x0 H.323 releases 1.0 through 1.5, and in 46xx H.323 releases 2.6
through 2.8,
##
DOT1X is supported, but it controls both Supplicant and pass-through o
peration.
##
In these releases, operation is as follows:
##
Value Operation
##
0
Unicast Supplicant and multicast pass-through enabled without p
roxy logoff (default)

##
1
Unicast Supplicant and multicast pass-through enabled with prox
y logoff
##
2
Unicast or multicast Supplicant operation enabled, without pass
-through
## SET DOT1X 1
##
## DOT1XEAPS specifies the authentication method to be used by 802.1X.
## Valid values are "MD5" (the default) and "TLS".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## SET DOT1XEAPS MD5
##
################ PUSH INTERFACE SETTINGS #################
##
## TPSLIST (Trusted Push Server List) specifies a list of URI authority componen
ts
## (optionally including scheme and path components) to be trusted.
## A URI received in a Push Request will only be used to obtain Push content
## if it matches one of these values. The list can contain up to 255 characters
.
## Values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## If the value of TPSLIST is null (the default), Push will be disabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET TPSLIST 135.20.21.20,push.avaya.com,http://135.20.21.33:80,http://apps.a
vaya.com/push
##
## SUBSCRIBELIST specifies a list of URIs to which the telephone will send a Sub
scribe
## message (an HTTP GET for the URI with the telephone's MAC address, extension
number,
## IP address and model number appended as query values) after the telephone su
ccessfully
## registers with a call server, or when a "subscribe" Push Request is received
with
## a type attribute of "all". The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## If the value of SUBSCRIBELIST is null (the default), Subscribe messages will
not be sent
## after registration or in response to a Push Request with a type attribute of
"all".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET SUBSCRIBELIST http://135.20.21.21/subscribe,http://push.avaya.com/client
s
##
## PUSHCAP allows the modes of individual Push types supported by the telephone
to be controlled.

## The value is a 3, 4 or 5 digit number, of which each digit controls a Push t
ype and can have a
## value of 0, 1 or 2. A digit of 0 means that all Push requests will be reject
ed for that push type.
## A digit of 1 means that only Push requests with a mode of "barge" will be ac
cepted for that push type.
## A digit of 2 means that Push requests with a mode of "barge" or "normal" wil
l be accepted for that push type.
## The Push types controlled by each digit are as follows:
## 11111
## ||||+- The rightmost digit controls top line Push requests.
## |||+-- The next digit to the left controls display (WML browser) Push reques
ts.
## ||+--- The next digit to the left controls receive audio Push requests.
## |+---- The next digit to the left controls transmit audio Push requests.
## +----- The next digit to the left controls phonexml Push requests.
## 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later support 3 and 4-digit values (default is 2222).
## 96x1 SIP R6.2 and later support
4-digit values (default is 0000).
## 96x1 SIP R6.0.x
support
4-digit values (default is 0000)
##
but not display Push, so valid values are 0000 through 2202.
## 96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later support 3 and 4-digit values (default is 2222).
## 96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later support 5-digit values (default is 00000).
## 46xx H.323 R2.6 and later support
3-digit values (default is 222).
## although R6.0.1 only supports top line, audio (transmit and receive) and su
bscribe push types.
## SET PUSHCAP 2222
##
## PUSHPORT specifies the TCP port number to be used by the HTTP server in the t
elephone for Push.
## Valid values are 80 through 65535; the default value is 80
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.2, R2.5 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.6 and later
## SET PUSHPORT 80
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ###################
##
## Note that if WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI are set here, the web pages that they sp
ecify
## will be used by all telephones that support these parameters.
## If it is desired to use web pages that are customized to the display capabil
ities
## of a specific telephone model, the parameter should be set in the model-spec
ific
## section for that telephone model located near the end of this file.
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later

##
46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLPROXY specifies zero or one address for an HTTP proxy server that will be
used by the
## WML browser, and by the Weather and World Clock applications on the 9621, 96
41 and 9670.
## The address can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLPROXY proxy.company.com
##
## WMLPORT specifies the TCP port number of the HTTP proxy server specified by W
MLPROXY.
## Valid values are 0 through 65535.
## The default value for H.323 software is 8000.
## The default value for SIP software is 8080.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLPORT 9000
##
## WMLEXCEPT specifies zero or more IP addresses or domains for which
## the HTTP proxy server specified by WMLPROXY will not be used.
## The values are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.71 and later
## SET WMLEXCEPT mycompany.com,135.20.21.20
##
## WMLHELPSTAT specifies whether a web application help item will be displayed o
n the
## Home screen if no WML applications are administered and if the value of WMLH
OME is null.
## Value Operation
##
0
A web application help item will not be displayed
##
1
A web application help item will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later.
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET WMLHELPSTAT 0
##
################# IDLE TIMER SETTINGS ####################
##
## BAKLIGHTOFF specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the disp
lay backlight will be turned off.
## Phones with gray-scale displays do not completely turn backlight off, they s

et it to the lowest non-off level.
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 120 (2 hours).
## A value of 0 means that the display backlight will not be turned off automat
ically when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.5, R2.7 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
SET BAKLIGHTOFF 60
##
## HOMEIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the Hom
e screen will be displayed.
## A value of 0 means that the Home screen will not be displayed automatically
when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
9621 and 9641 H.323 R6.0 and later (valid values are 0 through 30; the
default value is 10)
##
9621 and 9641 SIP R6.0 and later (valid values are 0 through 30; the
default value is 10)
##
9670 H.323 R2.0 and later (valid values are 5 through 30; the
default value is 10)
## SET HOMEIDLETIME 5
##
## SCREENSAVERON specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which the sc
reen saver will be displayed.
## If an image file has been downloaded based on the SCREENSAVER parameter, it
will be used as the screen saver.
## Otherwise, the built-in Avaya one-X(TM) screen saver will be used.
## Valid values are 0 through 999; the default value is 240 (4 hours).
## A value of 0 means that the screen saver will not be displayed automatically
when the phone is idle.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SCREENSAVERON 50
##
## SCREENSAVER specifies the filename of a JPEG image to be used as a customized
screen saver.
## Valid values are 0 through 32 ASCII characters; the default value is null ("
").
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
## SET SCREENSAVER logo_bbva_n.jpg
##
## WMLIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after which
## the web page specified by the value of WMLIDLEURI will be displayed.
## If WMLIDLEURI is null, a web page will not be displayed when the phone is id
le.
## On the 9610, WMLIDLETIME specifies the number of minutes of idle time after
which the
## idle application (configured by IDLEAPP in the 9610 backup/restore file) wil
l be displayed.
## Valid values are 1 through 999; the default value is 10.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later

##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.7 and later
## SET WMLIDLETIME 60
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later, but not supported by the 9610
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.7 and later
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############# PHONE LOCK SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #############
##
## ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK specifies whether a softkey (on the idle Phone screen) and
## a feature button will be displayed to allow the user to manually lock the ph
one.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled: Lock softkey and feature button will not be displayed (defa
ult)
##
1
Enabled: Lock softkey and feature button will be displayed
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later
## SET ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK 1
##
## PHONE_LOCK_IDLETIME specifies the interval of idle time, in minutes, after wh
ich
## the phone will automatically lock if the value of ENABLE_PHONE_LOCK is 1.
## A value of 0 means that the phone will not lock automatically.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; valid values are 0 through 10080; the default
value is 0.
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x;
valid values are 0 through 999; the default
value is 0.
##
96x0 SIP R2.5 and later; valid values are 0 through 999; the default
value is 0.
## SET PHONE_LOCK_IDLETIME 30
##
############ CODEC AND RTP SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) ###########
##
## ENABLE_G711A specifies whether the G.711 a-law codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G711A 0
##
## ENABLE_G711U specifies whether the G.711 mu-law codec is enabled.

## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G711U 0
##
## ENABLE_G722 specifies whether the G.722 codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later; the default value is 1.
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x;
the default value is 0.
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later; the default value is 0.
SET ENABLE_G722 0
##
## ENABLE_G726 specifies whether the G.726 codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default for 96x0 R1.0)
##
1
Enabled (default for all other releases)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G726 0
##
## G726_PAYLOAD_TYPE specifies the RTP payload type to be used for the G.726 cod
ec.
## Valid values are 96 through 127; the default value is 110.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET G726_PAYLOAD_TYPE 120
##
## ENABLE_G729 specifies whether the G.729A codec is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled without Annex B support (default)
##
2
Enabled with Annex B support
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET ENABLE_G729 2
##
## SEND_DTMF_TYPE specifies whether DTMF tones are sent in-band (as regular audi
o),
## or out-of-band (using RFC 2833 procedures).
## Value Operation
##
1
in-band
##
2
out-of-band (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later

##SET SEND_DTMF_TYPE 1
##
## DTMF_PAYLOAD_TYPE specifies the RTP payload type to be used for RFC 2833 sign
aling.
## Valid values are 96 through 127; the default value is 120.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
SET DTMF_PAYLOAD_TYPE 120
##
## SYMMETRIC_RTP specifies whether or not the telephone should discard
## received RTP/SRTP datagrams if their UDP Source Port number is not
## the same as the UDP Destination Port number that the telephone is
## including in RTP/SRTP datagrams intended for that endpoint.
## Value Operation
##
0
Ignore the UDP Source Port number in received RTP/SRTP datagrams.
##
1
Discard received RTP/SRTP datagrams if their UDP Source Port number
##
does not match the UDP Destination Port number that the telephone is
##
including in RTP/SRTP datagrams intended for that endpoint (default)
.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.4 and later
## SET SYMMETRIC_RTP 0
##
################## OTHER SIP-ONLY SETTINGS #################
##
## PHNMUTEALERT_BLOCK specifies whether the Mute Alert feature will be Blocked o
r Unblocked.
## Value Operation
##
0
Unblocked
##
1
Blocked (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.1 and later.
## SET PHNMUTEALERT_BLOCK 1
##
## MATCHTYPE specifies how a calling party number is compared to the numbers
## in the user's Contacts to obtain a name to display for the incoming call.
## Value Operation
##
0
The Contact name is displayed if the rightmost 4 digits of the callin
g
##
party number match the rightmost 4 digits of a Contacts number (defa
ult)
##
1
The Contact name is displayed if the entire calling party number
##
exactly matches the all of the digits in a Contacts number
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later.
## SET MATCHTYPE 0
##
## ENABLE_HOLD_BUTTON specifies whether a Hold softkey will be displayed during
an active call.
## Value Operation
##
0
A Hold softkey will not be displayed
##
1
A Hold softkey will be displayed (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R2.6.7 and later
## SET ENABLE_HOLD_BUTTON 0

##
## USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD specifies how Hold will be signaled in SDP.
## Value Operation
##
0
"a=directional attributes" will be used (default)
##
1
"c=0.0.0.0" will be used
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD 1
##
###################### SIG SETTING ######################
##
## SIG specifies the type of software to be used by the telephone by
## controlling which upgrade file is requested after a power-up or a reset.
## Value Operation
##
0
Download the upgrade file for the same signaling protocol
##
that is supported by the current software (default)
##
1
Download 96x1Hupgrade.txt (for H.323 software)
##
2
Download 96x1Supgrade.txt (for SIP software)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
SET SIG 2
##
############### ETHERNET INTERFACE SETTINGS ################
##
## PHY1STAT specifies the speed and duplex settings for the Ethernet line interf
ace.
## Valid values are 1 through 6; the default value is 1.
## Value Operation
##
1
auto-negotiate
##
2
10Mbps half-duplex
##
3
10Mbps full-duplex
##
4 100Mbps half-duplex
##
5 100Mbps full-duplex
##
6
1Gbps full-duplex if supported by hardware, otherwise auto-negotiate
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.8 and later (values 1-5 only)
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY1STAT 1
##
## PHY2STAT specifies the speed and duplex settings for the secondary (PC) Ether
net interface.
## Valid values are 0 through 6; the default value is 1.
## Value Operation
##
0
disabled
##
1
auto-negotiate
##
2
10Mbps half-duplex
##
3
10Mbps full-duplex
##
4 100Mbps half-duplex
##
5 100Mbps full-duplex

##
6
1Gbps full-duplex if supported by hardware, otherwise auto-negotiate
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later (values 1-5 only)
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.8 and later (values 0-5 only)
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later (values 0-5 only)
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET PHY2STAT 1
##
############# LOCAL PROCEDURE ACCESS SETTINGS ############
##
## PROCSTAT specifies whether local (craft) procedures can be used to configure
the telephone.
## Value Operation
##
0
Local procedures can be used (default)
##
1
Local procedures cannot be used
## Note: Be very careful before setting PROCSTAT to 1
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
##
1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
## SET PROCSTAT 1
##
## PROCPSWD specifies an access code for access to local (craft) procedures.
## Valid values contain 0 through 7 ASCII numeric digits.
## The default value is 27238 (CRAFT) unless indicated otherwise below.
## A null value implies that an access code is not required for access.
## Note: Setting this parameter via CM (for H.323) or PPM (for SIP) is more sec
ure
##
because this file can usually be accessed and read by anyone on the ne
twork.
##
Setting the value in this file is intended primarily for configuration
s with
##
versions of telephone or server software that do not support setting t
his
##
value from the server.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null ("") prior to R1.2)
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null (""))
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later (default is null (""))
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is null ("") prior to R1.3.3, and th
e value
##
must contain at least 4 digits for R1.3.3 an
d later)

##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
##
1692 H.323 R1.4 and later
## SET PROCPSWD 572958
##
##################### SNMP SETTINGS ######################
##
## SNMPSTRING specifies a security string that must be included in SNMP query me
ssages
## for the query to be processed.
## Valid values contain 0 through 32 ASCII alphanumeric characters.
## The default value is null ("") unless indicated otherwise below.
## A null value results in SNMP being disabled.
## Note: Setting this parameter via CM (for H.323) or PPM (for SIP) is more sec
ure
##
because this file can usually be accessed and read by anyone on the ne
twork.
##
Setting the value in this file is intended primarily for configuration
s with
##
older versions of telephone, CM or PPM software that do not support se
tting
##
this value from the server.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later (default is "public" prior to R2.6)
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later (default is "public")
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SNMPSTRING mystring
##
## SNMPADDR specifies a list of source IP addresses from which SNMP query messag
es
## will be accepted and processed.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), o
r
## DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
## SET SNMPADD 192.168.0.22,192.168.0.23
##
####### LINK LAYER DISCOVERY PROTOCOL (LLDP) SETTINGS ######
##
## LLDP_ENABLED specifies whether LLDP is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled

##
1
Enabled
##
2
Enabled, but only begin transmitting if an LLDP frame is received (de
fault)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
## Note that the following do NOT support the LLDP_ENABLED parameter,
## but they always operate consistent with a value of 2 above:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.2 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.6 and later
##
16xx H.323 R1.2 and later
## SET LLDP_ENABLED 1
##
################## EVENT LOGGING SETTINGS ##################
##
## LOGSRVR specifies one address for a syslog server
## in dotted-decimal (IPv4), colon-hex (IPv6, if supported), or DNS name format
.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later (dotted-decimal values only)
##
46xx H.323 R1.7 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOGSRVR 192.168.0.15
##
## Note that different parameters are used to specify the severity levels of ev
ents
##
logged for H.323 vs. SIP, with different default values, as described b
elow.
##
## LOGLOCAL specifies the severity levels of events logged in the
## endptRecentLog, endptResetLog and endptStartupLog objects in the SNMP MIB.
## Events with the selected severity level and above will be logged
## (note that lower numeric severity values correspond to higher severity leve
ls).
## Value Operation
##
0
Logging to the MIB is disabled
##
1
Emergency events are logged
##
2
Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
3
Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
4
Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
5
Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
6
Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logg
ed
##
7
Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency
events are logged (default)
##
8
Debug, Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Eme
rgency events are logged
## Warning: A setting of 8 can impact the performance of the telephone due to t
he number of events generated.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R1.7 and later

##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LOGLOCAL 5
##
## LOCAL_LOG_LEVEL specifies the severity levels of events logged in the
## endptRecentLog, endptResetLog and endptStartupLog objects in the SNMP MIB.
## Events with the selected severity level and above will be logged
## (note that lower numeric severity values correspond to higher severity leve
ls).
## Value Operation
##
0
Emergency events are logged
##
1
Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
2
Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
3
Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged (default)
##
4
Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logged
##
5
Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency events are logg
ed
##
6
Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Emergency
events are logged
##
7
Debug, Informational, Notice, Warning, Error, Critical, Alert and Eme
rgency events are logged
## Warning: A setting of 7 can impact the performance of the telephone due to t
he number of events generated.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
1603 SIP R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOCAL_LOG_LEVEL 3
##
## LOG_CATEGORY specifies a list of categories of events to be logged via syslog
and locally.
## This parameter must be specified to log events below the Error level.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters.
## Category names are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## See Administrator's guide for additional detail.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R1.0 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.0 and later
## SET LOG_CATEGORY DHCP,NETMGR,AUDIO
##
############## SECURE SHELL (SSH) SETTINGS ###############
##
## SSH_ALLOWED specifies whether SSH is supported.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_ALLOWED 1
##
## SSH_BANNER_FILE specifies the file name or URL for a custom SSH banner file.
## If the value is null, a default English banner will be used for SSH.
## The value can contain 0 to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_BANNER_FILE http://security.myco.com/files/SSH-Banner.txt

##
## SSH_IDLE_TIMEOUT specifies the number of minutes of inactivity
## after which an SSH connection will be terminated
## Valid values are 0 through 32767; the default value is 10.
## A value of 0 means that the connection will not be terminated due to inactiv
ity.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET SSH_IDLE_TIMEOUT 30
##
######## APPLICATION WATCHDOG SETTING (H.323 ONLY) #######
##
## APPLICATIONWD specifies whether the application watchdog is enabled or disabl
ed
## Value Operation
##
0
Application watchdog is disabled
##
1
Application watchdog is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET APPLICATIONWD 0
##
##### SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT (SLA) MONITOR SETTINGS #####
##
## SLMSTAT specifies whether or not the SLA Monitor agent is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMSTAT 1
##
## SLMCAP specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for packet capture
(sniffing).
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled with payloads are removed from RTP packets
##
2
Enabled with payloads included in RTP packets
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCAP 1
##
## SLMCLIENT specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled to accept
## Command Line Interface (CLI) connections.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCLIENT 1
##
## SLMCTRL specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for device control
.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:

##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMCTRL 1
##
## SLMFSB specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for file system bro
wsing.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMFSB 1
##
## SLMPERF specifies whether the SLA Monitor agent is enabled for device perform
ance monitoring.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMPERF 1
##
## SLMPORT specifies the UDP port that will be opened by the SLA Monitor agent
## to receive discovery and test request messages.
## Valid values are 6000 through 65535; the default value is 50011.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMPORT 43210
##
## SLMSRVR specifies the source IP address that must be in the header of a recei
ved
## SLA Monitor discovery message for it to be accepted, and/or the port number
that
## must be specified by the discovery message for registration.
## If either is specified but does not match, registration will not be attempte
d.
## If the value of the IP address is 0.0.0.0, any IP address is acceptable, and
## if the value of the port number is 0, any port number is acceptable.
## Valid values must include either one IP address in dotted-decimal format,
## or one port number (0 through 65535), or both, where the IP address is follo
wed
## by a colon that is followed by the port number; the default value is "0.0.0.
0:0".
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMSRVR 192.168.27.35:50010
##
## SLMTEST specifies the UDP ports that will be opened by the SLA Monitor agent
for RTP and traceroute tests.
## If the value of SLMTEST is an even number, it will be used for RTP tests,
## and the next higher (odd) port number will be used for traceroute tests.
## If the value of SLMTEST is an odd number, it will be used for traceroute tes
ts,
## and the previous (even) port number will be used for RTP tests.
## Valid values are 6000 through 65535; the default value is 50012.
## This parameter is supported by:

##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.4 and later
## SET SLMTEST 54321
##
####### CONVERGED NETWORK ANALYZER (CNA) SETTINGS ########
##
## CNASRVR specifies a list of CNA server IP addresses.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal (IPv4) or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and R6.1
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.2 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## SET CNASRVR 192.168.0.10
##
## CNAPORT specifies the TCP destination port used for CNA registration.
## Valid values are 0 through 65535; the default value is 50002.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and R6.1
##
96x1 SIP R6.0.x only
##
96x0 H.323 R1.0 and later
##
96x0 SIP R2.0 and later
##
46xx H.323 R2.2 and later
##
46xx SIP R2.2 and later
## SET CNAPORT 65003
##
############# ENHANCED LOCAL DIALING RULES ###############
##
## These settings affect certain dialing behaviors, such as
## dialing numbers from the incoming Call Log or from web pages
##
## Dialing Algorithm Status
## Controls whether algorithm defined by parameters in
## this section is used during certain dialing behaviors.
##
0 disables algorithm.
##
1 enables algorithm, but not for Contacts
##
2 enables algorithm, including Contacts (96xx SIP only)
## SET ENHDIALSTAT 1
##
## Country Code
## For United States the value is '1'
## SET PHNCC 1
##
## Internal extension number length
## If your extension is 12345, your dial plan length is 5.
## On 46xx phones, the maximum extension length is 10.
## On 96xx phones, the maximum extension length is 13.
## This value must match the extension length set on your
## call server.
## SET PHNDPLENGTH 5
##
## International access code
## For the United States, the value is 011.
## SET PHNIC 011
##
## Long distance access code

## SET PHNLD 1
##
## National telephone number Length
## For example, 800-555-1111 has a length of 10.
## SET PHNLDLENGTH 10
##
## Outside line access code
## The number you press to make an outside call.
## SET PHNOL 9
##
#################### AUDIO SETTINGS ######################
##
## Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
## These settings enable or disable AGC.
##
## A value of 1 (default) enables AGC. A value of 0 disables AGC.
## AGCHAND controls handset AGC. Not supported on 16CC phones.
## AGCHEAD controls headset AGC
## AGCSPKR controls speaker AGC. Not supported on 16CC phones.
## Note: AGCHAND and AGCSPKR are applicable for 1603 SIP phone.
## SET AGCHAND 0
## SET AGCHEAD 0
## SET AGCSPKR 0
##
## Audio Environment Index
## Enables you to customize the telephone's audio
## performance. (0-299) This parameter affects settings
## for AGC dynamic range, handset and headset noise
## reduction thresholds, and headset transmit gain. It is
## highly recommended you consult Avaya before changing
## this parameter.
## SET AUDIOENV 0
##
################## HTTP SERVER SETTINGS ##################
##
## HTTP Server Addresses
## [If you set your HTTP Server Addresses via DHCP, do not
## set them here as they will override your DHCP settings.
## Also, use TLSSRVR instead if you require an
## authenticated server]
## Server used to download configuration script files.
## Zero or more HTTP server IP addresses in dotted-decimal,
## colon-hex (96x1 H.323 R6.0 onwards), or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## (0 to 255 ASCII characters, including commas).
## This parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## Note: This parameter is also supported by 364x SIP phones.
## SET HTTPSRVR 192.168.0.5
##
## HTTP Server Directory Path
## Specifies the path name to prepend to all file names
## used in HTTP and HTTPS GET operations during startup.
## (0 to 127 ASCII characters, no spaces.)
## Note: This parameter is also supported by 364x SIP phones.
## SET HTTPDIR myhttpdir
##
## HTTP port
## Sets the TCP port used for HTTP file downloads from
## non-Avaya servers. (0-65535) The default value is 80.
## Applies only to 46xx H.323 phones, 96xx phones, 96x1 phones and 364x SIP ph

ones.
## SET HTTPPORT 80
##
## Server Authentication
## Sets whether script files are downloaded from an
## authenticated server over an HTTPS link.
## 0 for optional, 1 for mandatory
## SET AUTH 0
##
#################### RTCP MONITORING #####################
##
## The RTCP monitor
## One RTCP monitor (VMM server) IP address in
## dotted-decimal format or DNS name format (0 to 15
## characters). Note that for H.323 telephones only this
## parameter may be changed via signaling from Avaya
## Communication Manager. For 96xx SIP models in Avaya
## environments, this parameter is set via the PPM server.
## This parameter is not supported on 16CC model phones.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMON 192.168.0.10
##
## RTCPMONPORT sets the port used to send RTCP information
## to the IP address specified in the RTCPMON parameter.
## RTCPMONPORT is only supported on 46xx SIP telephones and
## 96xx telephones in non-Avaya environments. For 96xx SIP
## models in Avaya environments, this parameter is set via
## the PPM server. The default value is 5005.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMONPORT 5005
##
## RTCP Monitor Report Period
## Specifies the interval for sending out RTCP monitoring
## reports (5-30 seconds). Default is 5 seconds. This
## parameter applies only to 96xx SIP telephones.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPMONPERIOD 5
##
###################### ICMP SETTINGS #####################
##
## Destination Unreachable Message Control
## Controls whether ICMP Destination Unreachable messages
## are generated.
##
0 for No
##
1 for limited Port Unreachable messages
##
2 for Protocol and Port Unreachable messages
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET ICMPDU 1
##
## Redirect Message control
## Controls whether received ICMP Redirect messages will
## be processed
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET ICMPRED 0
##
########### BACKUP/RESTORE SETTINGS (H.323 only) ##########
##
## Backup and Restore URI

## URI used for HTTP backup and retrieval of user data.
## Specify HTTP server and directory path to backup file.
## Do not specify backup file name.
## BRURI is not supported on 96xx, 16CC and 1603 SIP phones.
## SET BRURI http://192.168.0.28
##
## Backup/Restore Authentication
##
Specifies whether authentication is used for backup/restore file downloa
d.
##
Call server IP address and telephone's registration can be used as crede
ntials.
##
0: Call server IP address and telephone's registration password
##
are not included as credentials.
##
1: The call server IP address and the telephone s registration
##
password are included as the credentials in an Authorization request-hea
der
## SET BRAUTH 0
##
#################### AUDIBLE ALERTING #######################
##
## Specifies the audible alerting setting for the telephone
## and whether users may change this setting.
##
## A value of 0 turns off audible alerting; user cannot
##
adjust ringer volume at all.
## A value of 1 turns on audible alerting; user can adjust
##
ringer volume but cannot turn off audible alerting.
## A value of 2 turns off audible alerting; user can adjust
##
ringer volume and can turn off audible alerting.
## A value of 3 turns on audible alerting; user can adjust
##
ringer volume and can turn off audible alerting.
##
## For 46xx phones:
## A value of 0 or 2 lets the user reduce audible alerting to
##
the lowest audible setting, but not zero.
## A value of 1 or 3 lets the user reduce audible alerting to zero.
##
## The default value is 3.
## SET AUDASYS 3
##
## NOTE: This AUDASYS value is applicable for 16xx phones starting with R1.3.
##
############################################################
##
##
46xx SETTINGS
##
Settings applicable to 46xx telephone models
##
############################################################
##
## IP Filter List Addresses
## Specifies additional IP addresses whose packets are
## allowed through the IP source address filter to be
## processed by the telephone. This parameter should be
## set only if it is suspected that an address is being
## blocked unnecessarily. This parameter may contain one
## or more IP addresses in dotted-decimal or DNS name
## format, separated by commas without any intervening
## spaces (0 to 255 ASCII characters, including commas).
## SET FILTERLIST 192.168.0.45
##

###### 46XX IP Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## This setting is used to set the local display
## language of your 46XX telephone.
##
## For all 4620 sets, and either 4610SW or 4620SW sets
## that have been loaded with single-byte software (the
## default), use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword
"English"
## For French use keyword
"Francais"
## For Italian use keyword
"Italiano"
## For Japanese use keyword "Katakana"
## For Dutch use keyword
"Nederlands"
## For German use keyword
"Deutsch"
## For Portuguese use keyword "Portugues"
## For Spanish use keyword
"Espanol"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Chinese/Russian/Hebrew/
## English fonts, use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword
"English"
## For Chinese use keyword
"Chinese"
## For Russian use keyword
"Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword
"Hebrew"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Japanese/Russian/
## Hebrew/English fonts, use one of the following
## settings:
## For English use keyword
"English"
## For Japanese use keyword "Japanese"
## For Russian use keyword
"Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword
"Hebrew"
##
## For 4620SW/4625SW sets that have been loaded with
## multi-byte software to support Korean/Russian/Hebrew/
## English fonts, use one of the following settings:
## For English use keyword
"English"
## For Korean use keyword
"Korean"
## For Russian use keyword
"Russian"
## For Hebrew use keyword
"Hebrew"
##
## For all 364x sets running SIP software, use one of the
## following settings:
## For English use keyword
"English"
## For French use keyword
"Francais"
## For Italian use keyword
"Italiano"
## For German use keyword
"Deutsch"
## For Spanish use keyword
"Espanol"
## For 364x, this parameter will only change the language on
## the phone if the user has not previously changed it via
## the user menus.
##
## SET SYSLANG English
##
###### 46xx Automatic Backup/Restore Settings ########
##
## RESTORESTAT enables/disables the automatic backup and
## restore of user data. Applies to both FTP and HTTP
## backup/restore. This setting does not apply to the

## 4602 sets.
##
## A value of 1 enables Backup/Restore.
## A value of 0 disables Backup/Restore.
##
## FTPUSERSTAT sets user permissions on modifications to
## server names and directory paths used for FTP
## backup/restore. Does not apply to HTTP backup/restore.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 0, the user can only use the
## server and path data administered via DHCP or settings
## file.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 1, the user can specify
## alternative FTP servers or directory paths. The default
## is 1.
##
## When FTPUSERSTAT is set to 2, the user can specify
## alternative FTP directory paths but is not allowed to
## specify alternative FTP servers.
##
## FTPSRVR specifies the IP Address of the default FTP
## Server. May be a dotted-decimal address or DNS string.
## Depending on FTPUSERSTAT setting, may be overridden by
## the user.
##
## FTPDIR specifies the default directory path used for
## storage and retrieval of phone user information.
## Depending on FTPUSERSTAT setting, may be overridden by
## the user.
##
## SET RESTORESTAT 1
## SET FTPUSERSTAT 1
## SET FTPSRVR 135.18.18.18
## SET FTPDIR myftpdir
##
############################################################
##
##
96xx,16xx and 16CC SETTINGS
## Settings applicable to 96xx,16xx and 16CC models
##
############################################################
##
## Voice Mail Telephone Number
## Specifies the telephone number to be dialed
## automatically when the telephone user presses the
## Messaging button. The specified number is used to
## connect to the user s Voice Mail system.
##
## Note 1: This parameter setting is ignored for extensions
##
configured as 96xx station types on the call server.
## Note 2: This parameter is supported on 364x phones and
##
can be up to 50 characters, no spaces.
## SET MSGNUM 1234
##
## English Language Selection Status
## Specifies whether built-in English language text strings
## are selectable by the user. 0 for off, 1 for on.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 16xx H323 and 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET LANG0STAT 1

##
################ A(Avaya) Menu Settings #################
##
## WML-Application URI
## URI used for WML-applications under A (AVAYA) Menu.
## Specify HTTP server and directory path to administration
## file (AvayaMenuAdmin.txt). Do not specify the
## administration file name. This parameter applies to 96xx H323
## model phones and also supported in 96xx SIP releases from R2.5 onwards.
## This parameter is not supported in 96x1 SIP phones.
##
## SET AMADMIN http://192.168.0.28
##
#################################################################
##
##
H.323 SETTINGS for 96xx & 96x1
##
Settings specific to 96xx & 96x1 telephones
##
with H.323 software
##
########################## Features on Softkeys #######################
##
## Idle Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Idle call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters: zero to six whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET IDLEFEATURES
##
## Dial Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Dialing call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to five whole numbers separated
## by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET DIALFEATURES
##
## Ring Back Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Active with far end ringback call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to three whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET RINGBKFEATURES
##
## Talk Feature Settings
## A list of feature identifiers for softkey features
## available in the Active with talk path call state
## 0 to 255 ASCII characters :zero to three whole numbers
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## SET TALKFEATURES
##
## Team Button Display
## When TEAMBTNDISPLAY is set to 1, use LED to mark the Busy state of their team
member s phone
## When TEAMBTNDISPLAY is set to 0, use the LED to mark the Forwarding state of
the team member's phone.
## Default = 0.
## Note: This feature is available on H.323 release 3.0 for 96xx & release 6.0 f
or 96x1 phones.
## SET TEAMBTNDISPLAY 0
##

## WORLDCLOCKAPP specifies the application to display World Clock information.
## Note: This feature is available on H.323 release 2.0 for 9670 & release 6.0 f
or 9641 & 9621.
##
"" :
World Clock application is disabled
##
"default" : World Clock application is enabled (default)
SET WORLDCLOCKAPP default
##
## WEATHERAPP specifies the application to display the weather information.
## Value
Operation
## "" (null) Weather application is disabled
## "default" Weather application is enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
9621 and 9641 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
9670 H.323 R2.0 and later
SET WEATHERAPP default
##
## CALCSTAT specifies whether the Calculator application should be displayed.
## Valid Values
##
0
Don't display Calculator
##
1
Display Calculator
## SET CALCSTAT 1
## Note: This feature is available on release 6.0 for 9641 & 9621.
##
## RINGPRIORITY specifies which distinctive ring rate is really for a Priority C
all.
## Valid Values
##
1 Inside Call rate
##
2 Outside Call rate
##
3 Priority Ring rate
## SET RINGPRIORITY 3
##
## RINGTONESTYLE specifies the style of ring tones that are offered to the user
## for Personalized Ringing when "Classic" (as opposed to "Rich") is selected.
## Value Operation
##
0
North American ring tones are offered (default)
##
1
European ring tones are offered
## This parameter is supported by:
##
9670 H.323 R2.0 and later
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET RINGTONESTYLE 1
##
################ VPN SETTINGS (H.323 ONLY) #################
##
## NVVPNMODE specifies whether or not VPN operation will be enabled.
## Valid Values
##
0 Disabled (default)
##
1 Enabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET NVVPNMODE 1
##
## NVSGIP specifies a list of IP addresses for VPN security gateways.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET NVSGIP primarysg.mycompany.com

##
## VPNALLOWTAGS specifies whether 802.1Q tags (controlled by L2Q parameter) can
be used in VPN mode
## Value Operation
##
0
Tags will not be allowed if VPN mode is active (default)
##
1
Tags will be allowed if VPN mode is active
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.5 and later
## SET VPNALLOWTAGS 1
##
## DHCPSRVR specifies a list of enterprise DHCP server IP addresses from which c
onfiguration
## parameters may be requested through a VPN tunnel via a DHCPINFORM message.
## Addresses can be in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET DHCPSRVR 192.168.16.2
##
## NVVPNCFGPROF
## Valid Values
##
0 No profile (default)
##
2 Checkpoint
##
3 Cisco Xauth with Preshared Key
##
5 Juniper/Netscreen Xauth with Preshared Key
##
6 Generic Preshared key
##
8 Cisco xauth with certificates
##
9 Juniper Xauth with certificates.
## 11 Nortel contivity
## Description
##
Set this to 3 if Security Gateway Vendor is Cisco and Xauth is used for
##
authenticating phone user.
##
Set this to 5 if Security Gateway Vendor is Juniper, Xauth is used for
##
authenticating phone user.
##
Set this to 6 if Security Gateway Vendor does not support Xauth.
##
Following Variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 3
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
11
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
##
Following Variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 5
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
3
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
##
Following Variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 6
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 2
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
3
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
##
Following variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 2
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
11
##
NVIKEOVERTCP
1
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
2
##
Following variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 11
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
11
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
##
Following variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 8
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1

##
NVIKEIDTYPE
11
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
##
Following variables are set to specified value when NVVPNCFGPROF = 9
##
NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
NVIKEIDTYPE
3
##
NVIKEXCHGMODE
1
## Note: SET commands for all the dependent variables mentioned above must
##
appear after SET command for NVVPNCFGPROF.
## SET NVVPNCFGPROF 5
##
## NVIKEXCHGMODE specifies the exchange method to be used for IKE Phase 1.
## Valid Values
##
1 Aggressive Mode (default)
##
2 Main Mode
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET NVIKEXCHGMODE 2
##
## NVIKECONFIGMODE enables IKE configuration mode.
## Valid Values:
##
1 Enabled (default)
##
2 Disabled
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET NVIKECONFIGMODE 1
##
## NVVPNAUTHTYPE
## Valid Values
##
3
PSK (default)
##
4
PSK with XAUTH
##
5
RSA Signature with XAUTH
##
6
HYBRID XAUTH
##
7
RSA Signature
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1 and later
## SET NVVPNAUTHTYPE 4
##
## NVVPNUSER specifies the user name to use for VPN authentication.
## Normally, this value is entered by the user and not set in this file.
## However, if the user names are set in a staging environment using IF stateme
nts
## based on the telephones' MAC addresses, or if the user name is a fixed strin
g
## based on the serial number and/or the MAC address of the telephone,
## it may be preconfigured in a file to eliminate the need for the user to manu
ally enter the value.
## If the value contains the string "$SERIALNO" (without the double quotes),
## that string will be replaced by the telephone's serial number, and
## if the value contains the string "$MACADDR" (without the double quotes),
## that string will be replaced by the telephone's MAC address.
## Valid values are strings of ASCII characters; the default value is null ("")
.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later (0 to 30 ASCII characters)
##
96x0 H.323 R3.2 and later (0 to 50 ASCII characters)
##
96x0 H.323 R3.1.1 through R3.1.5 (0 to 30 ASCII characters)
##
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SET NVVPNUSER AvayaPhone$SERIALNO
NVVPNPSWDTYPE
Valid Values
1 Save in Flash.
2 Erase on reset.
3 Numeric One Time Password.
4 Alpha-Numeric One Time Password.
5 Erase on VPN Termination
Description
This variables determines how password should be treated. By default
password type is set to 1. You must set this variable to 3 or 4 if
using One Time Password such as SecureID from RSA.
Note
Setting password type to 3 will not let the user select "Alpahbets"
while entering password. This might look like an obvious choice when
using RSA secure ID tokens. However under some conditions user may
need to respond back by entering 'y' or 'n' in the password field.
This could happen if RSA ACE server is configured to generate PIN
instead of letting the user select a PIN.
Example : Setting password type to 2 (Erase on reset)
SET NVVPNPSWDTYPE 1
NVVPNCOPYTOS
Valid Values
1 YES
2 NO
Description
Value of this variable decides whether TOS bits should be copied from
inner header to outer header or not. If it's value is 1, TOS bits are
copied otherwise not. By default TOS bits are not copied from inner
header to outer header. Some Internet Service Provider don't route the
IP packets properly if TOS bits are set to anything other than 0.
Example
SET NVVPNCOPYTOS 1
Note
It is highly recommended that this value should not be changed if phone
is downloading the script over the VPN tunnel in order to avoid
overriding end user setting due to ISP specific issues. For example you
can set this value to 1 while provisioning phone with VPN firmware so
that phone can take advantage of QOS service provided by home router but
if the phone's ISP (Few percent cases) does not handle properly the
packets with non-zero TOS bits in IP header, phone user will have to
revert back this value to 2. Under such circumstances it is desirable
the user's choice don't get overriden every time script is downloaded.
Example: Setting NVVPNCOPYTOS to 1 if script is not downloaded over VPN tunne
IF $VPNACTIVE SEQ 1 GOTO skipcopytos
SET NVVPNCOPYTOS 1
# skipcopytos
SET NVVPNCOPYTOS 2
NVVPNENCAPS
Valid Values
0 4500-4500
1 Disable
2 2070-500
4 RFC (As per RFC 3947 and 3948)
Description
Type of UDP encapsulation method to use if there is a NAT device between

##
phone and the security gateway. By default UDP Encapsulation 4500-4500
##
is used.
##
If NVVPNENCAPS is 0, ike negotiation starts with source port of 2070
##
and destination port 500. Negotiation switches to port source port
##
4500 and destination port 4500 if peer supports port floating (Ref
##
RFC 3947,3948). Finally IPsec traffic is send inside UDP packets
##
from/to port 4500 if supported by peer or port 2070<->500 if port
##
floating is not supported but UDP encapsulation is supported as
##
published in the initial draft versions of RFC 3947 and 3948.
##
If NVVPNENCAPS is 1, ike nat traversal is completly disabled.
##
If NVVPNENCAPS is 2, Port floating is disabled during IKE nat traversal.
##
If NVVPNENCAPS is 4, ike negotiation starts with source port of 500 and
##
destination port 500. Negotiation switches to port source port 4500
##
and destination port 4500 if peer supports port floating (Ref RFC 3947
##
and 3948). Finally IPsec traffic is send inside UDP packets from/to
##
port 4500 if supported by peer or port 500<->500 if port floating is
##
not supported but UDP encapsulation is supported as published in the
##
initial draft versions of RFC 3947 and 3948.
## Note
##
UDP Encapsulation causes overhead hence it might be desirable to disable
##
udp encapsulation if NAT device supports IPsec pass through and there is
##
only one IPsec client behind the NAT connecting to the same security
##
gateway. However not all devices support IPsec pass through hence this
##
value must not be pushed if phone is downloading the script over the VPN t
unnel.
## Example : Setting NVVPNENCAPS to 1 if script is not downloaded over VPN tunne
l.
##
##
IF $VPNACTIVE SEQ 1 goto skipencaps
## SET NVVPNENCAPS 1
##
# skipencaps
##
## The example above will set NVVPNENCAPS to 1 if script is not downloaded over
the tunnel.
## SET NVVPNENCAPS 0
##
## NVIKEPSK
## Valid Values
##
String. Length of the string cannot exceed 30 characters.
## Description
##
Preshared Key to use during phase 1 negotiation.
## Note
##
It is recommened that user enter his/her Preshared Key using phone's
##
dialpad. However if you don't want to share PSK with the end user
##
because it's common for multiple users you can use this variable to
##
push PSK (Group password) to each phone and the end user will never
##
know what the PSK is. But if you are doing this, make sure that the file
##
server is on an isolated network and is used only for provisioning
##
VPN parameters to the phones.
## Example : Setting abc1234 as Preshared Key
## SET NVIKEPSK abc1234
##
## NVIKEID
## Valid Values
##
String. Length of the string cannot exceed 30 characters.
## Description
##
Phone uses this string as IKE Identifier during phase 1 negotiation.
##
Some XAuth documentation refer to this variable as group name because
##
same IKE Id is shared among a group of user and indvidual user
##
authentication is done using XAuth after establishing IKE phase 1

##
security association.
## The default value is "VPNPHONE".
## SET NVIKEID phones@sales.com
##
## NVIKEIDTYPE
## Valid Values
##
1
IP Address
##
2
FQDN
##
3
User-FQDN (E-Mail)
##
9
Directory-Name
##
11 KEY-ID (Opaque)
## Description
##
Phone uses this variable as the IKE Identifier type for the
##
IKE-ID specified via NVIKEID variable.
## Note
##
This variable default value depends on the value of variable NVVPNCFGPROF.
## SET NVIKEIDTYPE 2
##
## NVIPSECSUBNET
## Valid Values
##
Comma separated list of strings containing subnet and masks. Number of
##
strings cannot exceed 5.
## Description
##
This variable contains IP subnets protected by the security gateway.
##
By default phone assumes that all the network resources are behind
##
the security gateway hence it negotiates for a security association
##
between it's IP address (or Virtual IP if delevired via IKE Config
##
mode) and 0.0.0.0 with the security gateway. If your security gateway
##
is configured to allow building security association for only selected
##
subnets, you can specify them here.
## Example :
##
Configuring 10.1.12.0/24 and 172.16.0.0/16 as the subnets protected by
##
the Security Gateway
## SET NVIPSECSUBNET 10.1.12.0/24,172.16.0.0/16
## SET NVIPSECSUBNET 0.0.0.0/0
##
## NVIKEDHGRP specifies the number of the DH group to use during IKE phase 1 neg
otiation.
## Valid Values
##
1 Diffie-Hellman Group 1
##
2 Diffie-Hellman Group 2 (default)
##
5 Diffie-Hellman Group 5
## 14 Diffie-Hellman Group 14
## 15 Diffie-Hellman Group 15
## SET NVIKEDHGRP 1
##
## NVPFSDHGRP specifies the number of the DH group to use during IKE phase 2 neg
otiation
## for establishing IPsec security associations also known as perfect forward s
ecrecy (PFS).
## Valid Values
##
0 No PFS (default)
##
1 Diffie-Hellman Group 1
##
2 Diffie-Hellman Group 2
##
5 Diffie-Hellman Group 5
## 14 Diffie-Hellman Group 14
## 15 Diffie-Hellman Group 15
## SET NVPFSDHGRP 14
##
## NVIKEP1ENCALG specifies the Encryption Algorithm(s) proposed for the IKE Phas

e 1 Security Association.
## Valid Values
##
0 ANY (default)
##
1 AES-128
##
2 3DES
##
3 DES
##
4 AES-192
##
5 AES-256
## Note that the priority order of algorithms proposed is AES-128,3DES,DES,AES192,AES-256.
## In very rare circumstances a security gateway may not handle multiple propo
sals.
## In such cases only you should try overriding the default behaviour.
## SET NVIKEP1ENCALG 1
##
## NVIKEP2ENCALG specifies the encryption algorithm(s) proposed for the IKE Phas
e 2 Security Association.
## Valid Values
##
0 ANY (default)
##
1 AES-128
##
2 3DES
##
3 DES
##
4 AES-192
##
5 AES-256
##
6 NULL
## Note that the priority order of algorithms proposed is AES-128,3DES,DES,AES192,AES-256.
## In very rare circumstances a security gateway may not handle multiple propo
sals.
## In such cases only you should try overriding the default behaviour.
## SET NVIKEP2ENCALG 1
##
## NVIKEP1AUTHALG specifies the authentication algorithm(s) to propose for the I
KE phase 1 Security Association.
## Valid Values
##
0 ANY (default)
##
1 MD5
##
2 SHA1
## Note that the prioirity order of algorithims proposed is MD5,SHA1.
## In very rare circumstances a security gateway may not handle multiple propos
als.
## In such cases only you should try overriding the default behaviour.
## SET NVIKEP1AUTHALG 1
##
## NVIKEP2AUTHALG
## Valid Values
##
0
ANY
##
1
MD5
##
2
SHA1
## Description
##
Authentication Algorithim(s) to propose for IKE phase 2 Security
##
Association
## Note
##
Phone by default proposes all Authentication algorithms. Security
##
Gateway picks the algorithm mandated by administrator. Priority order
##
of algorithms proposed by phone is MD5,SHA1. In very rare circumstances
##
security gateway may not handle multiple proposals. In such cases
##
only you should try overriding the default behaviour.
## Example : Setting Authentication Alg to SHA1
## SET NVIKEP2AUTHALG 1

## SET NVIKEP2AUTHALG 0
##
## NORTELAUTH specifies the Authentication method for Nortel Contivity security
gateways.
## Valid Values
##
1 Local username and password
##
2 RADIUS username and password
##
3 Radius SecureId
##
4 RADIUS Axent
## SET NORTELAUTH 2
##
## NVXAUTH specifies whether or not XAUTH user authentication is enabled.
## Valid Values
##
1 Enabled (default)
##
2 Disabled
## This parameter can be used to disable XAUTH user authentication
##
for profiles which enable XAUTH by default.
## SET NVXAUTH 1
##
## QTESTRESPONDER
## Valid Values:
## IP Address or domain name of the host acting as QTESTRESPONDER
## Description
##
If this information is supplied, phone performs QTEST using
##
UDP Echo port 7 with the host indicated by this variable.
## SET QTESTRESPONDER 10.1.1.1
##
## VPNCODE
## Valid Values: 0 to 7 ASCII numeric digits, null ("") and "0" through "999999
9"
## Description: Specifies the VPN procedure access code
## SET VPNCODE 876
##
## VPNPROC specifies whether VPNCODE can be used to access the VPN procedure.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
View only
##
2
View and edit
## SET VPNPROC 1
##
## ALWCLRNOTIFY specifies whether unencrypted ISAKMP Notification Payloads will
be accepted.
## Valid Values: 1 ASCII numeric digit, "0" or "1"
## SET ALWCLRNOTIFY 0
##
## DROPCLEAR specifies the treatment of received unencrypted (clear) IPsec packe
ts.
## Valid Values: 1 ASCII numeric digit, "0" or "1"
## SET DROPCLEAR 1
##
## NVMCIPADD
## Valid Values: 0 to 255 ASCII characters zero or more IP addresses in dotted
decimal,
## colon-hex or DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening s
paces.
## Description: Call server IP addresses
## SET NVMCIPADD 0.0.0.0
##
## NVHTTPSRVR
## Valid Values: 0 to 255 ASCII characters zero or more IP addresses in dotted

decimal,
## colon-hex or DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening s
paces.
## Description: HTTP file server IP addresses used to initialize HTTPSRVR the ne
xt time the phone starts up.
## SET NVHTTPSRVR 0.0.0.0
##
## NVTLSSRVR
## Valid Values: 0 to 255 ASCII characters zero or more IP addresses in dotted
decimal,
## colon-hex or DNS name format, separated by commas without any intervening s
paces.
## Description: HTTPS file server IP addresses used to initialize TLSSRVR the ne
xt time the phone starts up.
## SET NVTLSSRVR 0.0.0.0
##
## NVIKEOVERTCP specifies whether and when to use TCP as a transport protocol fo
r IKE.
## Value Operation
##
0
Never
##
1
Auto
##
2
Always
## SET NVIKEOVERTCP 0
##
## NVIKEP1LIFESEC specifies the proposed IKE SA lifetime in seconds.
## Valid Values: 3 to 8 ASCII numeric digits, "600" through "15552000"
## SET NVIKEP1LIFESEC 432000
##
## NVIKEP2LIFESEC specifies the proposed IPsec SA lifetime in seconds.
## Valid Values: 3 to 8 ASCII numeric digits, "600" through "15552000"
## SET NVIKEP2LIFESEC 432000
##
## NVVPNSVENDOR specifies the security gateway Vendor to be used.
## Value Vendor
##
1
Juniper/Netscreen
##
2
Cisco
##
3
Checkpoint/ Nokia
##
4
Other
##
5
Nortel
## SET NVVPNSVENDOR 4
##
## NVVPNUSERTYPE specifies whether the user can change the VPN username.
## Value Operation
##
1
The username can be changed during manual credential entry
##
2
The username cannot be changed during manual credential entry
## SET NVVPNUSERTYPE 1
##
## VPNTTS specifies whether TTS is enabled or disabled when VPN is enabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled
## SET VPNTTS 0
##
#############################################################
## IPv6 related Settings for 96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
##
## NDREDV6
## Valid Values
##
0 disable
##
1 enable

## Description
##
Controls whether IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Redirect messages will be process
ed
## Note
##
Received Redirect messages will be processed if and only if the value of
##
the parameter NDREDV6 is "1" otherwise they will be ignored.
## SET NDREDV6 0
##
## DHCPPREF
## Valid Values
##
4 DHCPv4
##
6 DHCPv6
## Description
##
Specifies whether new values received via DHCPv4 orDHCPv6 will be preferr
ed
##
when both are used,
## Example : Setting prefernace to recived DHCPPv4 values
## SET DHCPPREF 4
## SET DHCPPREF 6
##
## DHCPSTAT
## Valid Values
##
1
run DHCPv4 only
(IPv4only-mode, if no own IPv6 addres
s is programmed statically)
##
2
run DHCPv6 only
(IPv6only-mode, if no own IPv4 addres
s is programmed statically)
##
3
run both DHCPv4 & DHCPv6
(dual-stack mode)
## Description
##
Specifies whether DHCPv4, DHCPv6, or both will be used in case IPV6STAT ha
s enabled IPv6 support generally
## Example : Setting dual stack mode
## SET DHCPSTAT 3
## SET DHCPSTAT 1
##
## IPPREF
## Valid Values
##
4
IPv4
##
6
IPv6
## Description
##
Control whether an IPv4 or an IPv6 address returned by DNS would be
##
tried first during dual-mode operation.
##
In general, if dual-stack operation is enabled, whether IPv4 or IPv6
##
is to be used to contact a server is determined by the value of the
##
parameter that contains the server address(es). However, if the value
##
is a DNS name and if DNS returns both an IPv4 and an IPv6 address,
##
the order in which they will be tried will be based on the order in
##
which they are returned to the application by the DNS resolver, which
##
is controlled by the parameter
## Example : Setting preference to IPv4
## SET IPPREF 4
## SET IPPREF 6
##
## IPV6STAT
## Valid Values
##
0
IPv6 will not be supported.
##
1
IPv6 will be supported.
## Description
##
Specifies whether IPv6 will be supported
## SET IPV6STAT 0
##

## PINGREPLYV6
## Valid Values
##
0
ICMPv6 Echo Reply messages will not be sent
##
1
ICMPv6 Echo Reply messages will be sent only in reply to received Ech
o
##
Request messages with a Destination Address equal to one of the telep
hone s
##
unicast IPv6 addresses.
##
2
ICMPv6 Echo Reply messages will be sent in reply to received Echo Req
uest
##
messages with a Destination Address equal to one of the telephone s
unicast,
##
multicast or anycast IPv6 addresses.
## Description
##
Specifies whether ICMPv6 Echo Reply messages will be sent.
## SET PINGREPLYV6 1
##
## GRATNAV6 specifies whether gratuitous (unsolicited) IPv6 Neighbor Advertiseme
nt messages
## will be processed if they are received.
## Value Operation
##
0
Gratuitous IPv6 Neighbor Advertisement messages will not be processed
(default)
##
1
Gratuitous IPv6 Neighbor Advertisement messages will be processed
## SET GRATNAV6 0
##
################################################################################
###
############################################################
##
CTI SETTINGS (46xx H.323 ONLY)
############################################################
##
## CTISTAT specifies the status of the Computer-Telephony Interface.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled (default)
##
1
Enabled
## SET CTISTAT 1
##
## CTIUDPPORT specifies the UDP port number for reception of broadcast CTI disco
very messages.
## Valid values are 49714-49721; the default value is 49721.
## SET CTIUDPPORT 49717
##
############################################################
##
##
46xx SIP SETTINGS
##
Settings applicable only to 46xx telephone models
##
running the SIP protocol
##
############################################################
##
## DATESEPARATOR sets the character to be used to delineate the date values.
## The default is a backslash.
## SET DATESEPARATOR /
##
## DATETIMEFORMAT sets the formatting of the date display.
## The default is 0, which means the SIP phone will display
## 12-hour time and displays dates in mm/dd/yy format.
## Setting DATETIMEFORMAT to 1 means the SIP phone will
## display 12-hour time and displays dates in dd/mm/yy

## format. Setting DATETIMEFORMAT to 2 means the SIP phone
## will display 24-hour time and displays dates in
## mm/dd/yy format. Setting DATETIMEFORMAT to 3 means the
## SIP phone will display 24-hour time and displays dates
## in dd/mm/yy format.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET DATETIMEFORMAT 0
##
## DIALWAIT sets the time (in seconds) the phone waits
## after the user enters the most recent dialable character
## before it automatically begins dialing. A value of 0
## disables the wait timer. The default is 5, and valid
## values are 0-10 seconds.
## SET DIALWAIT 5
##
############################################################
##
##
SIP SETTINGS
##
Settings applicable only to 46xx telephone models
##
or 96xx telephone models in non-Avaya environments
##
############################################################
##
## CALLFWDSTAT sets the call forwarding mode of the set by summing the values be
low:
##
1 Permits unconditional call forwarding
##
2 Permits call forward on busy
##
4 Permits call forward/no answer
## A value of 0 disables call forwarding.
## The default is 0.
## Example: a value of 6 allows Call Forwarding on busy and on no answer.
## SET CALLFWDSTAT 3
##
## CALLFWDDELAY sets the number of ring cycles before the
## call is forwarded to the forward or coverage address.
## The default delay is one ring cycle.
## SET CALLFWDDELAY 5
##
## CALLFWDADDR sets the address to which calls are forwarded for the call forwar
ding feature.
## The default is null ("").
## Note the user can change or replace this administered value if CALLFWDSTAT i
s not 0.
## SET CALLFWDADDR cover@avaya.com
##
## COVERAGEADDR sets the address to which calls will be forwarded for the call c
overage feature.
## The default is null ("").
## Note the user can change or replace this administered value if CALLFWDSTAT i
s not 0.
## SET COVERAGEADDR cover@avaya.com
##
## SIPCONFERENCECONTINUE specifies whether a conference call continues after the
host hangs up.
## This parameter is not supported on 46xx telephones.
##
0 for drop all parties (default)
##
1 for continue conference
## SET SIPCONFERENCECONTINUE 0
##
## PROVIDE_TRANSFER_TYPE provides the call transfer type in 3rd party environmen

ts.
## No meaning for Avaya environment
## Value 0 or 1 (default 0)
## SET PROVIDE_TRANSFER_TYPE 0
##
## CALL_TRANSFER_MODE determines the call transfer mode in 3rd party environment
s.
## Value 0 or 1 (default is 0)
## SET CALL_TRANSFER_MODE 0
##
############################################################
##
##
96xx and 16CC SIP SETTINGS
## Settings applicable only to 96xx and 16CC telephone
##
models running the SIP protocol
##
############################################################
##
## Power over Ethernet conservation mode
## If POE_CONS_SUPPORT is set to 1 then Power conservation mode is supported.
## If this parameter is set to 0 then Power conservation mode is not supported.
## SET POE_CONS_SUPPORT 1
##
## Personalize button labels ability
## CNGLABEL determines ability to personalize button labels to be displayed to
## the user. If it is set to 0 then ability will not be displayed to user.
## If it is set to 1 then personalize button labels ability will be exposed to
user.
## Default value is 1.
## SET CNGLABEL 1
##
## Selection of Conference Method
## If CONFERENCE_TYPE is set to 0 then local conferencing is supported based on
## sipping services. If set to 1 then server based conferencing is supported.
## If it is set to 2 then click-to conference server based conferencing is supp
orted.
## If it is set to outside range then default value is selected.
## Default value is 1.
## SET CONFERENCE_TYPE 1
##
## Call Coverage Tone
## Specifies the tone to play when a call goes to
## coverage. The default is 1 and valid values are 1-4.
## This parameter applies only to 16CC model phones.
## SET REDIRECT_TONE 1
##
## ENABLE_EARLY_MEDIA specifies whether the phone sets up a voice channel
## to the called party before the call is answered.
## Setting this parameter to 1 can speed up call setup.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET ENABLE_EARLY_MEDIA 1
##
## USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD specifies the method to use to indicate that a call
is on hold.
## A setting of 1 is useful for compatibility with 3rd party SIP endpoints.
##
0 for "a= directional attributes"
##
1 for 0.0.0.0 IP address

## Note: This setting is supported on 364x SIP phones.
## SET USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD 0
##
## RTCPCONT specifies whether the sending of RTCP is enabled.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## Note: This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTCPCONT 1
##
## MTU_SIZE specifies the maximum transmission unit (MTU) size transmitted by th
e phone.
## Valid values are 1496 or 1500.
## Use 1496 for older Ethernet switches.
## SET MTU_SIZE 1500
##
## MEDIAENCRYPTION specifies which media encryption (SRTP) options will be suppo
rted.
## Up to 2 options may be specified in a comma-separated list.
## Options should match those specified in CM IP-codec-set form.
##
1 = aescm128-hmac80
##
2 = aescm128-hmac32
##
3 = aescm128-hmac80-unauth
##
4 = aescm128-hmac32-unauth
##
5 = aescm128-hmac80-unenc
##
6 = aescm128-hmac32-unenc
##
7 = aescm128-hmac80-unenc-unauth
##
8 = aescm128-hmac32-unenc-unauth
##
9 = none (default)
## SET MEDIAENCRYPTION 9
##
## SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY specifies the use of SIP or SIPS for subscriptions.
## If SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY is 0, the phone uses SIP for both the Request URI and
the
## Contact Header regardless of whether SRTP is enabled. If SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY
is 1,
## the phone uses SIPS for both the Request URI and the Contact Header if SRTP
is enabled
## (TLS is on and MEDIAENCRYPTION has at least one valid crypto suite).
## If SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY is 2, and the SES/PPM does not show a FS-DeviceData Fe
atureName
## with a FeatureVersion of 2 in the response to the getHomeCapabilities reques
t
## SET SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY 2
##
#################### DISPLAY SETTINGS ####################
##
## Display Colors and Layout
## Specifies a list of tuples describing color scheme and
## layout used in phone display. See Administrator's guide
## for additional detail. (0 to 1023 ASCII characters)
## SET SKINS Yankees=http://mycompany.com/skins/yankees_color/pinstripes.xml
##
## Selected skin for display layout
## If CURRENT_SKIN is selected(not empty string), then that particular skin is
selected
## for display. This parameter should be one of the label as defined in 'SKINS'
## configuration parameter. If it is empty or not set then default skin is used
.
## SET CURRENT_SKIN ""

##
## Display Logo
## Specifies a list of tuples describing logo used as phone
## display background. See Administrator's guide for
## additional detail. This parameter is not supported on
## 16CC phones.
## SET LOGOS BBVA=http://118.217.100.183/logo_bbva_n.jpg
##
## Selected background logo on display
## CURRENT_LOGO defines if custom logo is selected for display.
## This is used to display custom logo or built in default logo is to be used.
## If CURRENT_LOGO is selected (not empty string), then the resource should be
## available using "LOGOS" configuration parameter.
## SET CURRENT_LOGO "BBVA"
##
## Options Menu Display
## Determines whether Options & Settings menu is displayed
## on phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
SET PROVIDE_OPTIONS_SCREEN 1
##
## Network Info Menu Display
## Determines whether Network Information menu is displayed
## on phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET PROVIDE_NETWORKINFO_SCREEN 1
##
## Logout Enabled
## Determines whether user can log out from phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET PROVIDE_LOGOUT 1
## Determines whether log out option is available or not in Avaya Menu optio
ns.
##
#################### CALL LOG SETTINGS ###################
##
## Call Log Enabled
## Determines whether call logging and associated menus
## are available on the phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_CALL_LOG 1
##
## Redial Enabled
## Determines whether redial softkey is available.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_REDIAL 1
##
## Redial List Enabled
## Determines whether phone redials last number or
## displays list of recently dialed numbers.
##
0 for last number redial
##
1 user can select between last number redial and
##
redial list
## SET ENABLE_REDIAL_LIST 1
##

#################### CONTACTS SETTINGS ###################
##
## Contacts Enabled
## Determines whether the contacts application and
## associated menus are available on the phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_CONTACTS 1
##
## Contacts Modification Enabled
## Determines whether the list of contacts and
## the function of the contacts application can
## be modified on the phone.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_MODIFY_CONTACTS 1
##
## Multiple Contacts Warning Display
## Determines whether a warning message is displayed if
## there are multiple devices registered on a user's
## behalf. Multiple registered devices may lead to
## service disruption.
##
0 for No
##
1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_MULTIPLE_CONTACT_WARNING 1
##
#################### LANGUAGE SETTINGS ####################
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file
## used in the phone. The filename should be one of the
## files listed in the LANGUAGES parameter. If no
## filename is specified, or if the filename does not
## match one of the LANGUAGES values, the phone shall use
## its built-in English text strings. 0 to 32 ASCII
## characters. Filename must end in .xml
##
## NOTE:
## For 96xx SIP Release 1.0 phones only, all language
## filenames begin with Mls_Spark_. For example,
## Mls_Spark_English.xml
##
## For 96xx SIP Release 2.0 and later and for 16CC phones,
## all language filenames begin with Mlf_
##
SET SYSTEM_LANGUAGE Mlf_LatinAmericanSpanish.xml
##
## Installed Languages
## Specifies the language files to be installed/downloaded
## to the phone. Filenames may be full URL, relative
## pathname, or filename. (0 to 1096 ASCII characters,
## including commas). Filenames must end in .xml.
##
## NOTE:
## For 96xx SIP Release 1.0 phones only, all language
## filenames begin with Mls_Spark_ For example,
## Mls_Spark_English.xml
##
## For 96xx SIP Release 2.0 and later and for 16CC phones,
## all language filenames begin with Mlf_

##
SET LANGUAGES Mlf_LatinAmericanSpanish.xml
##
#################### COUNTRY AND DATE SETTINGS ####################
##
## Call Progress Tone Country
## Country used for network call progress tones.
## For Argentina use keyword
"Argentina"
## For Australia use keyword
"Australia"
## For Brazil use keyword
"Brazil"
## For Canada use keyword
"USA"
## For France use keyword
"France"
## For Germany use keyword
"Germany"
## For Italy use keyword
"Italy"
## For Ireland use keyword
"Ireland"
## For Mexico use keyword
"Mexico"
## For Spain use keyword
"Spain"
## For United Kingdom use keyword "UK"
## For United States use keyword "USA"
##
## NOTE 1:For a complete list of supported countries, see your telephone's Admin
istrators Guide.
## NOTE 2:This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phone models also.
##
SET COUNTRY PERU
##
## Date Format
## Specifies the format for dates displayed in the phone.
##
Use %d for day of month
##
Use %m for month in decimal format
##
Use %y for year without century (e.g., 07)
##
Use %Y for year with century (e.g., 2007)
##
Any character not preceded by % is reproduced exactly.
SET DATEFORMAT %d/%m/%y
##
## Time Format
## Specifies the format for time displayed in the phone.
##
0 for am/pm format
##
1 for 24h format
SET TIMEFORMAT 1
##
## Daylight Savings Time Mode
## Specifies daylight savings time setting for phone.
##
0 for no daylight saving time
##
1 for daylight savings activated (time set to DSTOFFSET)
##
2 for automatic daylight savings adjustment (as
##
specified by DSTSTART and DSTSTOP)
## SET DAYLIGHT_SAVING_SETTING_MODE 2
##
##################### PORT SETTINGS (SIP ONLY) #####################
##
## UDP Minimum Port Value
## Specifies the lower limit of the UDP port range
## to be used by RTP/RTCP or SRTP/SRTCP connections.
## (1024 -65503).
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTP_PORT_LOW 5004
##
## UDP Port Range
## Specifies the range or number of UDP ports

## available for RTP/RTCP or SRTP/SRTCP connections.
## This value is added to RTP_PORT_LOW to determine
## the upper limit of the UDP port range (32-64511).
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET RTP_PORT_RANGE 40
##
## Signaling Port Minimum Value
## Specifies the minimum port value for SIP
## signaling.
## (1024 -65503).
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET SIG_PORT_LOW 1024
##
## Signaling Port Range
## Specifies the range or number of SIP signaling
## ports. This value is added to SIG_PORT_LOW to
## determine the upper limit of the SIP signaling
## port range (32-64511).
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET SIG_PORT_RANGE 64511
##
############################################################
##
##
96xx SIP TELEPHONE SETTINGS
##
############################################################
##
## INGRESS_DTMF_VOL_LEVEL specifies the power level of tone, expressed in dBm0.
## The possible values are in the range of -20dBm to -7dBm.
## The default value is -12dBm.
## This parameter is supported on 96xx telephones.
## Note : This setting is applicable for 1603 SIP phones also.
## SET INGRESS_DTMF_VOL_LEVEL -12
##
## CURRENT_CONTENT specifies the URL of an XML file that is used to customize th
e home screen.
## The default value of the parameter is null.
## This parameter is supported by 96x0 SIP R2.2 and later.
## SET CURRENT_CONTENT http://135.27.67.137/screen.xml
##
#############################################
##
## Conference transfer on primary appearence
## When CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is set to 1,
## conference and transfer setup will first attempt
## to use an idle primary call appearance even if
## initiated from a bridged call appearance.
## If an idle primary call appearance is not available,
## then an idle bridged call appearance will be used.
## Conference and transfer setup initiated from a bridged call
## appearance when no idle primary call appearance is available
## will next attempt to use an idle bridged call appearance of
## the same extension and if not available, an idle bridged call
## appearance of a different extension.
## Note: When CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is set to 1, AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APP
R is ignored.
##
## When CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is set to 0,
## conference and transfer setup initiated from a primary call
## appearance will first attempt to use an idle primary call appearance.

## If an idle primary call appearance is not available, it will use an idle
## bridged call appearance regardless of the setting of AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_AP
PR.
## Conference and transfer setup initiated from a bridged call appearance will
attempt
## to use an idle bridged call appearance of the same extension.
## If an idle bridged call appearance of the same extension is not available
## and AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR is set to 1, then conference and transfer
## setup will use any idle call appearance (primary or bridged).
## It will first attempt to find an idle primary call appearance and if not
## available will then attempt to find an idle bridged call appearance of a dif
ferent extension.
## However, if AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR is set to 0, transfer and conference s
etup
## initiated on a bridged call appearance will be denied if an idle bridged cal
l appearance
## of the same extension is not available.
##
## The Default value of CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is 0.
## Note: These parameters are supported on SIP release R2.4.1 and later release
of 96xx SIP telephones.
##
## Auto Select any idle appearance
## When AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR is active then any idle appearance is selecte
d.
## When AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR is set to 0 and CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is
0,
## then if no associated call appearance is selected,
## the conference or transfer operation will be denied.
## When AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR is set to 1 and CONF_TRANS_ON_PRIMARY_APPR is
0,
## then if no associated call appearance is selected, the conference or transfe
r
## operation will be tried on any available call appearance (primary or bridged
).
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later releases
## SET AUTO_SELECT_ANY_IDLE_APPR 0
##
## EXTEND_RINGTONE provides a way to customize ring tone files.
## This is a comma separated list of file names in xml format.
## The default value of this parameter is null.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 SIP R2.4.1 and later releases
## SET EXTEND_RINGTONE ""
##
## Selection of Active Controller
## When FAILBACK_POLICY parameter is set to "auto", the phone s active controller
will
## always be the highest priority available controller.
## If FAILBACK_POLICY parameter is set to "admin",
## then a controller lower down the priority list may be active.
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones.
## SET FAILBACK_POLICY auto
##
## Dynamic Feature Set Discovery
## If the DISCOVER_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT parameter value is 1, the phone discovers
(determines)
## if that controller supports the AST feature set or not. The phone will send

a SUBSCRIBE
## request to the active controller for the Feature Status Event Package (avaya
-cm-feature-status).
## If the request succeeds, then the phone proceeds with PPM Synchronization.
## If the request is rejected, is proxied back to the phone or does not receive
a response,
## the phone will assume that AST features are not available.
## If the parameter value is 0, the phone operates in a mode where AST features
are not available.
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones.
## SET DISCOVER_AVAYA_ENVIRONMENT 1
##
## Telephone number to call into the messaging system
## PSTN_VM_NUM is the "dialable" string is used to call into the messaging syst
em
## (e.g. when pressing the Message Waiting button).
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones
##
when the phone is failed over.
## SET PSTN_VM_NUM ""
##
## PSTN Access Prefix
## ENABLE_REMOVE_PSTN_ACCESS_PREFIX parameter allows telephone to
## perform digit manipulation during failure scenarios. This parameter
## allows removal of PSTN access prefix from the outgoing number.
## 0 - PSTN access prefix is retained in the outgoing number
## 1 - PSTN access prefix is stripped from the outgoing number.
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones
##
when the phone is failed over.
## SET ENABLE_REMOVE_PSTN_ACCESS_PREFIX 0
##
## Local Dial Area Code
## LOCAL_DIAL_AREA_CODE indicates whether user must dial area code for calls wi
thin same
## area code regions. when LOCAL_DIAL_AREA_CODE is enabled (1), the area code p
arameter (PHNLAC)
## should also be configured (ie. not the empty string).
## 0 - User don't need to dial area code.
## 1 - User need to dial area code.
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones
##
when the phone is failed over.
## SET LOCAL_DIAL_AREA_CODE 0
##
## Phone's Local Area Code
## When PHNLAC is set,it indicates the telephone's local area code, which along
with
## the parameter LOCAL_DIAL_AREA_CODE, allows users to dial local numbers with
more flexibility.
## PHNLAC is a string representing the local area code the telephone.
## Note: This parameter is supported on R2.4.1 and later release of 96xx SIP te
lephones
##
when the phone is failed over.
## SET PHNLAC ""
##
############################################################
##
##
SIP SOFTPHONE SETTINGS

##
############################################################
##
## WEBLMSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the Li
censing Server.
## The default is null ("") but valid values are zero or more IP addresses in d
otted-decimal or DNS format,
## separated by commas without intervening spaces, to a maximum of 255 ASCII ch
aracters.
##
## SP_DIRSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the L
DAP Directory Server.
## The default is null ("") but valid values are zero or more IP addresses in d
otted-decimal or DNS format,
## separated by commas without intervening spaces, to a maximum of 255 ASCII ch
aracters.
##
## SP_DIRSRVRPORT sets the TCP port number of the LDAP Directory Server.
## The default port number is 389.
##
## SP_DIRTOPDN sets the Directory Topmost Distinguished Name.
## This value must be set to a non-null value to enable the LDAP application.
## The default is null (""), but DIRTOPDN should be set to the LDAP root entry.
##
## SP_AC sets the Area Code
##
## LOCAL_CALL_PREFIX sets the prefix for local calls.
## Permissible values are the Area Code denoted by AC, a string of digits, or t
he default, DIAL_AS_IS.
## The example below shows the Area Code.
##
## Examples:
## SET WEBLMSRVR 192.168.0.11
## SET SP_DIRSRVR ldap-east.post.avaya.com
## SET SP_DIRSRVRPORT 389
## SET SP_DIRTOPDN ou=People,o=avaya.com
## SET SP_AC 212
## SET LOCAL_CALL_PREFIX AC
##
############################################################
##
# PRODUCT_LINE_SETTINGS
##
############################################################
IF
IF
IF
##
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF

$MODEL4 SEQ 1603 GOTO SETTINGS16XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 1608 GOTO SETTINGS16XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 1616 GOTO SETTINGS16XX
Note that the 1692 and 16CC are not grouped with the 16xx telephones
$MODEL4 SEQ 4601 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4602 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4610 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4620 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4621 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4622 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4625 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 4630 GOTO SETTINGS46XX
$MODEL4 SEQ 9610 GOTO SETTINGS96X0
$MODEL4 SEQ 9620 GOTO SETTINGS96X0

IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9630 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9640 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9650 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9670 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9608 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9611 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9621 GOTO
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9641 GOTO
## Note that the 9601 is
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS

SETTINGS96X0
SETTINGS96X0
SETTINGS96X0
SETTINGS96X0
SETTINGS96X1
SETTINGS96X1
SETTINGS96X1
SETTINGS96X1
not grouped with the 96x1 telephones

##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS96X1
##
########## Add settings for 96x1 telephones below ##########
IF $SIG_IN_USE SEQ H323 GOTO SETTINGS96X1H323
######## Add settings for 96x1 SIP telephones below ########
##
## LANGLARGEFONT specifies the name of the language file for the display of larg
e text.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in the Text Size option not being o
ffered.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 SIP R6.2 and later
## SET LANGLARGEFONT Mlf_Englarge.xml
##
###### End of 96x1 SIP product line-specific settings ######
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
# SETTINGS96X1H323
####### Add settings for 96x1 H.323 telephones below #######
##
## LANGSYS specifies the name of a language file to use for the default language
.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in built-in English language string
s being used.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LANGSYS ""
##
## LANG1FILE specifies the name of the language file for the first user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LANG1FILE mlf_S96x1_v68_german.txt
##
## LANG2FILE specifies the name of the language file for the second user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later

## SET LANG2FILE mlf_S96x1_v68_russian.txt
##
## LANG3FILE specifies the name of the language file for the third user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LANG3FILE mlf_S96x1_v68_spanish_latin.txt
##
## LANG4FILE specifies the name of the language file for the fourth user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.0 and later
## SET LANG4FILE mlf_S96x1_v68_korean.txt
##
## LANGLARGEFONT specifies the name of the language file for the display of larg
e text.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in the Text Size option not being o
ffered.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.1 and later
## SET LANGLARGEFONT mlf_S96x1_v68_english_large.txt
##
## VOXFILES specifies a list of voice language files that determine the
## list of Voice Dialing Languages that is presented to the user.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## File names are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The first file in the list will be downloaded by default.
## The first three characters of the filename indicate the language supported a
s follows:
##
DUN Dutch
##
ENG U.K. English
##
ENU U.S. English
##
FRF Parisian French
##
GED German
##
ITI Italian
##
PTB Brazilian Portuguese
##
SPE European Spanish
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x1 H.323 R6.2 and later
## SET VOXFILES ENU_S20_FL_v1.tar,SPE_S20_FL_v1.tar,GED_S20_FL_v1.tar
##
##### End of 96x1 H.323 product line-specific settings #####
##
################# END OF 96X1 SETTINGS #######################
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS96X0
##
########## Add settings for 96x0 telephones below ##########
##
## LANGSYS specifies the name of a language file to use for the default language

.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in built-in English language string
s being used.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANGSYS ""
##
## LANG1FILE specifies the name of the language file for the first user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANG1FILE mlf_S31_v49_german.txt
##
## LANG2FILE specifies the name of the language file for the second user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANG2FILE mlf_S31_v49_russian.txt
##
## LANG3FILE specifies the name of the language file for the third user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANG3FILE mlf_S31_v49_spanish_latin.txt
##
## LANG4FILE specifies the name of the language file for the fourth user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANG4FILE mlf_S31_v49_korean.txt
##
## LANGLARGEFONT specifies the name of the language file for the display of larg
e text.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in the Text Size option not being o
ffered.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET LANGLARGEFONT mlf_S31_v49_english_large.txt
##
## VOXFILES specifies a list of voice language files that determine the
## list of Voice Dialing Languages that is presented to the user.
## The list can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## File names are separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## The first file in the list will be downloaded by default.
## The first three characters of the filename indicate the language supported a
s follows:

##
DUN Dutch
##
ENG U.K. English
##
ENU U.S. English
##
FRF Parisian French
##
GED German
##
ITI Italian
##
PTB Brazilian Portuguese
##
SPE European Spanish
## This parameter is supported by:
##
96x0 H.323 R2.0 and later
## SET VOXFILES ENU_S20_v3.tar,SPE_S20_v3.tar,GED_S20_v3.tar
##
######## End of 96x0 product line-specific settings ########
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS16XX
##
########## Add settings for 16xx telephones below ##########
##
## The following 10 predefined language files are supported by all 16xx H.323 s
oftware releases
## and don't require a font file.
##
mlf_Sage_v54_dutch.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_french_can.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_french_paris.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_italian.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_japanese_kat.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_portuguese.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_russian.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_spanish.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_spanish_latin.txt
##
## The following 5 predefined language files supported by 16xx H.323 R1.1 and l
ater software releases
## also require a font file, but only one font file may be downloaded,
## so at most one of these language files should be specified.
##
mlf_Sage_v54_arabic.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_chinese.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_trad_chinese.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_hebrew.txt
##
mlf_Sage_v54_korean.txt
##
## The font files for the 5 languages above are as follows, in the same order:
##
Arabic_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
GB_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
Big5_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
Hebrew_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
KSC_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
## LANGSYS specifies the name of a language file to use for the default language
.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results in built-in English language string
s being used.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET LANGSYS ""

##
## LANG1FILE specifies the name of the language file for the first user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET LANG1FILE mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt
##
## LANG2FILE specifies the name of the language file for the second user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET LANG2FILE mlf_Sage_v54_russian.txt
##
## LANG3FILE specifies the name of the language file for the third user-selectab
le language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET LANG3FILE mlf_Sage_v54_spanish_latin.txt
##
## LANG4FILE specifies the name of the language file for the fourth user-selecta
ble language.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no user-selectable language for thi
s parameter.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.0 and later
## SET LANG4FILE mlf_Sage_v54_korean.txt
##
## FONTFILE specifies the name of a font file to use for a non-Latin based langu
age.
## The file name can contain 0-32 ASCII characters.
## The default value is null, which results no font file being downloaded.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16xx H.323 R1.1 and later
## SET FONTFILE KSC_S11_V34.rbm.lzma
##
######## End of 16xx product line-specific settings ########
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS46XX
##
########## Add settings for 46xx telephones below ##########
##
##
################# END OF 46XX SETTINGS #######################
GOTO PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
##############################################################

##
# PER_MODEL_SETTINGS
##
##############################################################
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1603
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1608
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1616
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1692
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 16CC
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 3631
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 364X
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4601
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4602
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4610
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4620
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4621
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4622
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4625
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4630
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9610
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9620
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9630
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9640
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9650
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9670
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9601
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9608
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9611
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9621
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9641
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS

GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO
GOTO

SETTINGS1603
SETTINGS1608
SETTINGS1616
SETTINGS1692
SETTINGS16CC
SETTINGS3631
SETTINGS364X
SETTINGS4601
SETTINGS4602
SETTINGS4610
SETTINGS4620
SETTINGS4621
SETTINGS4622
SETTINGS4625
SETTINGS4630
SETTINGS9610
SETTINGS9620
SETTINGS9630
SETTINGS9640
SETTINGS9650
SETTINGS9670
SETTINGS9601
SETTINGS9608
SETTINGS9611
SETTINGS9621
SETTINGS9641

##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS1603
##
########## Add settings for 1603 telephones below ##########
##
##
############# End of 1603 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS1608
##
########## Add settings for 1608 telephones below ##########
##
##
############# End of 1608 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
############################################################
##
# SETTINGS1616
##
########## Add settings for 1616 telephones below ##########

##
##
############# End of 1616 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS1692
##
########## Add settings for 1692 telephones below ##########
##
## SYSLANG specifies the local display language for the 1692 telephone.
## For English use a value of "English"
## For Canadian French use a value of "French_Canada"
## For Parisian French use a value of "French_France"
## For German use a value of "German"
## For Spanish use a value of "Spanish"
## For Italian use a value of "Italian"
## For Russian use a value of "Russian"
## For Simplified Chinese use a value of "Chinese"
## For Japanese use a value of "Japanese"
## For Portuguese use a value of "Portuguese"
## SET SYSLANG English
##
################## GRATUITOUS ARP SETTING ##################
##
## GARPSTAT specifies whether gratuitous ARP messages may be used for duplicate
IP address detection.
## Value Operation
##
0
Use gratuitous ARP messages for duplicate IP address detection (defau
lt)
##
1
Do not use gratuitous ARP messages for duplicate IP address detection
## This parameter is supported by:
##
1692 H.323 R1.3 and later
## SET GARPSTAT 1
##
############# End of 1692 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS16CC
##
########## Add settings for 16CC telephones below ##########
##
## AGENTTONE specifies the confirmation tone to play when the agent successfully
logs in.
## Valid values are 1-32; the default value is 1.
## This parameter is supported by:
##
16CC SIP R1.0 and later
## SET AGENTTONE 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
one level softer than NORMAL
##
2
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
3
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
4
OFF (inaudible)

##
5
one level louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
############# End of 16CC model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
############################################################
##
# SETTINGS3631
##
############################################################
##
## WMM mode for 3631 telephone. May be overridden by WMM
## mode specified in Access Profile.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTWMM 0
##
## Power save mode for 3631 telephone. May be overridden
## by power save mode specified in Access Profile.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTPWRSAV 1
##
## TRUSTCERTS specifies a list of names of files that contain copies
## of CA certificates (in PEM format) that will be downloaded and used
## to authenticate received server certificates for each profile as
## indicated below. Note that the 3631 requires that specific file names
## be used as specified below, which is a difference from the operation
## of other telephone models.
##
cacert1.pem for 3631 Access Profile 1
##
cacert2.pem for 3631 Access Profile 2
##
cacert3.pem for 3631 Access Profile 3
## SET TRUSTCERTS cacert1.pem,cacert2.pem,cacert3.pem
##
## Regulatory domain (country) for 3631 telephone. (0 to
## 2 ASCII characters, no spaces.)
## SET WTREGDOM US
##
## Data rate for 3631 telephone
##
-1 for Auto
##
2 for 1 Mbps
##
4 for 2 Mbps
##
11 for 5.5 Mbps
##
12 for 6 Mbps
##
18 for 9 Mbps
##
22 for 11 Mbps
##
24 for 12 Mbps
##
36 for 18 Mbps
##
48 for 24 Mbps
##
72 for 36 Mbps
##
96 for 48 Mbps
##
108 for 54 Mbps
## SET WTRATE -1
##
## Fragmentation threshold for 3631 telephone (256-3000).
## SET WTFRAG 3000
##
## Request to send (RTS) threshold for 3631 telephone
## (0-3000).

## SET WTRTS 3000
##
################ ACCESS PROFILE 1 SETTINGS ###############
##
## Name for Access Profile 1. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTPROF1 North
##
## SSID for Access Profile 1. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTSSIDP1 north@mycompany
##
## WMM mode for Access Profile 1.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTWMMP1 0
##
## Power save mode for Access Profile 1.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTPWRSAVP1 1
##
## Security mode for Access Profile 1.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP
##
2 for WPA-PSK
##
3 for WPA2-PSK
##
4 for WPA-802.1X
##
5 for WPA2-802.1X
## SET WTSECP1 0
##
## Encryption type for Access Profile 1.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP-64
##
2 for WEP-128
##
3 for TKIP
##
4 for AES
## SET ENCRYPTP1 0
##
## Encryption key for Access Profile 1. (0 to 63 ASCII
## characters, no spaces.)
## SET WTKEYP1 northkey
##
## EAP type for Access Profile 1.
##
0 for disable
##
1 for TLS
##
2 for LEAP
##
3 for PEAP-GTC
##
4 for PEAP-MSCHAPV2
##
5 for TTLS-CHAP
##
6 for TTLS-MD5
##
7 for TTLS-MSCHAP
##
8 for TTLS-MSCHAPV2
## SET EAPTYPEP1 0
##
################ ACCESS PROFILE 2 SETTINGS ###############
##
## Name for Access Profile 2. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTPROF2 South

##
## SSID for Access Profile 2. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTSSIDP2 south@mycompany
##
## WMM mode for Access Profile 2.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTWMMP2 0
##
## Power save mode for Access Profile 2.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTPWRSAVP2 1
##
## Security mode for Access Profile 2.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP
##
2 for WPA-PSK
##
3 for WPA2-PSK
##
4 for WPA-802.1X
##
5 for WPA2-802.1X
## SET WTSECP2 0
##
## Encryption type for Access Profile 2.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP-64
##
2 for WEP-128
##
3 for TKIP
##
4 for AES
## SET ENCRYPTP2 0
##
## Encryption key for Access Profile 2. (0 to 63 ASCII
## characters, no spaces.)
## SET WTKEYP2 southkey
##
## EAP type for Access Profile 2.
##
0 for disable
##
1 for TLS
##
2 for LEAP
##
3 for PEAP-GTC
##
4 for PEAP-MSCHAPV2
##
5 for TTLS-CHAP
##
6 for TTLS-MD5
##
7 for TTLS-MSCHAP
##
8 for TTLS-MSCHAPV2
## SET EAPTYPEP2 0
##
## Domain Name Server for Access Profile 2
## SET DNSSRVRP2 198.152.20.15
##
## DNS domain for Access Profile 2
## SET DOMAINP2 south.mycompany.com
##
################ ACCESS PROFILE 3 SETTINGS ###############
##
## Name for Access Profile 3. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTPROF3 West
##

## SSID for Access Profile 3. (0 to 31 ASCII characters,
## no spaces.)
## SET WTSSIDP3 west@mycompany
##
## WMM mode for Access Profile 3.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTWMMP3 0
##
## Power save mode for Access Profile 3.
##
0 for off
##
1 for on
## SET WTPWRSAVP3 1
##
## Security mode for Access Profile 3.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP
##
2 for WPA-PSK
##
3 for WPA2-PSK
##
4 for WPA-802.1X
##
5 for WPA2-802.1X
## SET WTSECP3 0
##
## Encryption type for Access Profile 3.
##
0 for none
##
1 for WEP-64
##
2 for WEP-128
##
3 for TKIP
##
4 for AES
## SET ENCRYPTP3 0
##
## Encryption key for Access Profile 3. (0 to 63 ASCII
## characters, no spaces.)
## SET WTKEYP3 westkey
##
## EAP type for Access Profile 3.
##
0 for disable
##
1 for TLS
##
2 for LEAP
##
3 for PEAP-GTC
##
4 for PEAP-MSCHAPV2
##
5 for TTLS-CHAP
##
6 for TTLS-MD5
##
7 for TTLS-MSCHAP
##
8 for TTLS-MSCHAPV2
## SET EAPTYPEP3 0
##
## Domain Name Server for Access Profile 3
## SET DNSSRVRP3 198.152.25.15
##
## DNS domain for Access Profile 3
## SET DOMAINP3 west.mycompany.com
##
############# End of 3631 model-specific settings ##########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
############################################################
##
# SETTINGS364X
##

############################################################
##
## PPM_ENABLE specifies whether limited PPM support for remote maintenance via
## System Manager (reboot & SNMP enable/disable) will be enabled or disabled.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## This parameter is supported by:
##
364x SIP R1.1 and later
## SET PPM_ENABLE 1
##
## Daylight saving time rules
## Set of daylight saving time rules.
##
none - No daylight saving time or manual adjustment of
##
time zone
##
usa - US American daylight time saving rules
##
aus - Australian daylight saving rules (most states)
##
euro - European daylight saving time rules
## SET DSTADJUST none
##
## TFTP-Server used as fallback in case of no HTTP-Server
## being available. Give IP-Address or "" for none.
## SET TFTPSRVR ""
##
## AVPP-Server (or SVP-Server) used for SVP QoS over WLAN.
## Give IP-Address or "" for none.
## SET SVPSRVR ""
##
## Enable or disable OAI support for 3rd-party application
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET OAI_ENABLE 1
##
## OAI-Server to add 3rd-party applications.
## Give IP-Address or "" for none.
## SET OAISRVR ""
##
## DSCP_OTHER Sets the DiffServ value for any other traffic
## than audio streams or call signalling. The default is 0
## and valid values are 0-63.
## SET DSCP_OTHER 0
##
## Enable or disable diagnostic screens during call. With
## enabled diagnostic screens, users will not be able to
## navigate between calls.
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET DIAG_DISPLAY_ENABLE 0
##
## Set Syslog level for syslog messages sent to server
## configured using parameter LOGSRVR. Allowed values:
##
disabled, errors, event, full
## SET SYSLOG_MODE disabled
##
## Phone behavior in case of detecting a critical error
##
halt
to display an error message until phone is
##
switched off by user
##
restart to display an error message shortly before
##
automatic restart
## SET ERROR_HANDLING restart

##
## Enable or disable support for Real-Time-Location-System
## (Ekahau RTLS).
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET RTLS_ENABLE 0
##
## Set IP-Address of RTLS server
## SET RTLSSRVR ""
##
## Set IP Port for messages to RTLS server (1-65535)
## The default is 8552.
## SET RTLS_PORT 8552
##
## Set time intervall of RTLS location updates. Values:
##
15sec, 30sec, 1min, 5min, 10min
## SET RTLS_INTERVAL 10min
##
## Select function of big button on left side of 3645, not
## applicable to 3641.
##
ptt
for Push-To-Talk (PTT)
##
emergency_dial for emergency dialing
##
none
for no function
## SET PTT_OR_EMERGENCY_DIAL none
##
## Set name matching to emergency number. (The emergency
## number is configured in common section of this file)
## This can be from 1-16 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
##
## SET PHNEMERGNAME "EmergencyCenter"
##
###################### PTT settings ######################
##
## Set list of PTT channels available to the user. Comma## separated list of numbers from 1 to 24.
## SET PTT_CHANNELS 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23
,24
##
## Set names of PTT channels
## This can be from 1-16 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_01 "PTTChannel01"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_02 "PTTChannel02"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_03 "PTTChannel03"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_04 "PTTChannel04"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_05 "PTTChannel05"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_06 "PTTChannel06"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_07 "PTTChannel07"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_08 "PTTChannel08"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_09 "PTTChannel09"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_10 "PTTChannel10"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_11 "PTTChannel11"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_12 "PTTChannel12"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_13 "PTTChannel13"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_14 "PTTChannel14"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_15 "PTTChannel15"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_16 "PTTChannel16"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_17 "PTTChannel17"

## SET PTT_CH_NAME_18 "PTTChannel18"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_19 "PTTChannel19"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_20 "PTTChannel20"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_21 "PTTChannel21"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_22 "PTTChannel22"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_23 "PTTChannel23"
## SET PTT_CH_NAME_24 "PTTChannel24"
##
## Enable or disable the PTT Priority Channel
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET PTT_PRIORITY_CH_ENABLE 0
##
## Set name of PTT priority channel
## This can be from 1-16 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## SET PTT_PRIORITY_CH_NAME "PriorityPTT"
##
##################### SIP settings #######################
##
## Configure up to 6 Usernames and Passwords to be used
## for SIP Authentications. Usernames are often identical
## to extension numbers.
## SIP_USERNAME1 and SIP_PASSWORD1 replace username and
## password entered by user (if these are set, the user
## will not be prompted for these on power cycle).
## This can be from 1-16 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## These parameters are typically defined in the phone
## specific configuration file.
## SET SIP_USERNAME1 4711
## SET SIP_PASSWORD1 1174
## SET SIP_USERNAME2 4712
## SET SIP_PASSWORD2 2174
## SET SIP_USERNAME3 4713
## SET SIP_PASSWORD3 3174
## SET SIP_USERNAME4 4714
## SET SIP_PASSWORD4 4174
## SET SIP_USERNAME5 4715
## SET SIP_PASSWORD5 5174
## SET SIP_USERNAME6 4716
## SET SIP_PASSWORD6 6174
##
## SIP Line Configuration - Extensions. Configure Extensions for up to 5 Lines.
## 1-16 alphanumeric characters, no spaces.
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## These parameters are typically defined in the phone specific configuration f
ile.
## SET SIP_LINE1 4711
## SET SIP_LINE2 4711
## SET SIP_LINE3 4711
## SET SIP_LINE4 4712
## SET SIP_LINE5 4713
##
## SIP Line Configuration - Call IDs.
## The Call ID is displayed at the remote phone during a call.
## Note that this may be changed to different values by SIP Proxies.
## Up to 18 characters, "" (null) is allowed.

## These parameters are typically defined in the phone specific configuration f
ile.
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID1 "4711Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID2 "4711Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID3 "4711Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID4 "4712Smith"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID5 "4713Johnson"
##
## Define supported codecs and preferred order.
## Comma-separated list of following values: g711u, g711a, g729
SET CODEC_LIST g729ab,g.729,g.729a
##
## Configure how to implement DTMF dialing.
##
1 for in-band signalling
##
2 for signalling according to RFC2833
## SET SEND_DTMF_TYPE 1
##
## Enable or Disable sending of SIP INFO requests for
## key press events.
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET SIP_SEND_INFO 0
##
## Enable or Disable support of SIP Provisional
## Acknowledgements (PRACK Requests)
##
0 for disable
##
1 for enable
## SET SIP_PRACKING 0
##
## Configure SIP Keepalive interval in seconds.
## Keepalives are SIP OPTION requests sent to the proxy server.
##
10 to 3600 or 0 to not send keepalives
## SET SIP_KEEPALIVE_INTERVAL 0
##
## Configure whether phone may use the same Call-ID header
## for different lines or must use a unique Call-ID per
## line.
##
0 for same Call-ID allowed for different line
##
1 for different Call-ID required per line
## SET SIP_CALLID_PER_LINE 0
##
## Set Favorites as comma-separated list of "number";"name" pairs.
## See admin guide for details. Up to 15 favorites may be set.
## Any favorites defined after 15 will be ignored.
## The entire line can be up to 300 characters.
## "" (null) may be used to indicate no favorites.
## No spaces are allowed in this specification unless inside a quoted string.
## SET SIP_FAVORITES 1231;Favorite1,1232;Favorite2,1233;Favorite3,1234;Favorite
4
##
## Specifies the number to be dialed to subscribe for mail center notifications.
## This can be up to 50 characters, no spaces.
## SET SIP_MAIL_SUBSCR 4567
##
############################################################
##
WLAN settings
##
## Includes Security Critical data - check admin guide
##
## for other configuration options.
##
## IMPORTANT NOTE:
##
## These parameters should always be specified in the ##

## order in which they appear here since some are
##
## dependent on others.
##
############################################################
##
## SSID of WLAN network to be used.
## String of up to 32 characters.
## SET WLAN_ESSID mywlan
##
## WLAN network uses CCX (Cisco Compatible Extensions)
##
0 for custom (no CCX)
##
1 for CCX
## SET WLAN_USE_CCX 0
##
## WLAN Quality of Service
##
svp
for Spectralink Voice Priority
##
wifiStandard for WiFi standard QoS (WMM)
## SET WLAN_QOS_TYPE svp
##
## WLAN Call Admission Control (CAC) for WiFi standard QoS
##
mandatory for CAC required to be enabled in AP
##
optional for CAC optional to be enabled in AP
## SET WMM_ACCESS_CONTROL mandatory
##
## WLAN Security Standard used
##
none
for no security
##
wep
for WEP security
##
wpa2psk for WPA2 security with pre-shared key
##
wpapsk for WPA security wit pre-shared key
##
fsr
for Cisco Fast Secure Roaming
##
wpa2e for WPA2 Enterprise security (802.1x auth.)
## SET WLAN_SECURITY none
##
############ Settings applying to WEP security only #####
##
## WEP authentication used
##
openSystem for WEP open systems
##
sharedKey for WEP with shared key authentication
## SET WEP_AUTHENTICATION openSystem
##
## Index of WEP default key, range 1-4
## SET WEP_DEFAULT_KEY 1
##
## Length of WEP key
##
40bit for WEP keys of 40 bits
##
128bit for WEP keys of 128 bits
## SET WEP_KEY_LEN 128bit
##
## WEP Keys 1 to 4, default not set
##
10 hex digits for 40 bit keys, 26 hex digits for
##
128 bit keys
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WEP_KEY1 0123456789ABCDEF0123456789
## SET WEP_KEY2 123456789ABCDEF01234567890
## SET WEP_KEY3 23456789ABCDEF012345678901
## SET WEP_KEY4 3456789ABCDEF0123456789012
##
###### Settings applying to WPA/WPA2 with pre-shared key only
##
## Create PSK from passphrase or enter PSK directly
##
passphrase for generation from passphrase and SSID

####

##
psk
for direct input of pre-shared key
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WPA_TYPE passphrase
##
## WPA(2) passphrase, up to 63 characters
## Illegal Characters: ASCII 34("), ASCII 63(?), ASCII 96(`)
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WPA_PASSPHRASE MyWPAPassphrase
##
## WPA(2) pre-shared key, 64 hex digits
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WPA_PSK 0123456789ABCDEF0123456789ABCDEF0123456789ABCDEF0123456789ABCDEF
##
############## Settings applying to WPA2 Enterprise (802.1x) only #######
##
## WPA2 Enterprise authentication method
##
eapfast for EAP-FAST
##
peap for PEAPv0/MSCHAPv2
## SET WPA2E_AUTH eapfast
##
## WPA2 Enterprise fast handoff algorithm
##
cckm for Cisco Centralized Key Management
##
okc for Opportunistic Key Caching
## SET WPA2E_FAST_HANDOFF cckm
##
## WPA2 Enterprise Username for WLAN authentication
## This can be from 1-32 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WLAN_SEC_USERNAME myUsername
##
## WPA2 Enterprise password for WLAN authentication
## This can be from 1-32 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Set to "" to erase any previously set value
## SET WLAN_SEC_PASSWORD myPassword
##
## PAC-File for EAP-FAST authentication, up to 32 chars
## WLAN_SEC_USERNAME and WLAN_SEC_PASSWORD must be set
## correctly in order to decode the PAC file prior to saving
## it in handset memory. These credentials must match both
## the PAC file and authentication to the Radius server.
## Set to "" to delete PAC file.
## Note: If PAC file was enrolled using Handset Administration Tool (HAT),
##
it must be revoked using HAT to delete it.
## SET PAC_FILENAME myPACFile.pac
##
## Server Certificate for PEAP authentication, only
## DER format supported - up to 32 characters
## Set to "" to delete certificate file.
## Note: If certificate file was enrolled using Handset Administration Tool (H
AT),
##
it must be revoked using HAT to delete it.
## SET SERVER_CERT_FILENAME myCertificate.der
##
############# WLAN radio settings ######################
##
## WLAN radio mode selection
##
a
for operation in 802.11a networks
##
b&b/g for operation in 802.11b or mixed b/g networks

##
g
for operation in pure 802.11g networks
## SET WLAN_RADIO_MODE b&b/g
##
## Enabled Sub-Bands for 802.11a radio, applying to 802.11a mode only.
## Comma-separated list of values 1-6 representing the following subbands:
##
1 5.150-5.250
##
2 5.250-5.350 DFS
##
3 5.470-5.725 DFS
##
4 5.725-5.825
##
5 5.725-5.850
##
6 5.470-5.650 DFS
## Subbands not allowed in configured regulatory domain
## will be ignored - see admin guide for details.
## SET WLAN_A_SUBBANDS 1,2,3,4,5,6
##
## WLAN transmit power configuration for all 6 a-radio sub-bands and for b/g-rad
io,
## only applying for enabled radio/sub-bands.
## Allowed values: 5mW, 10mW, 20mW, 30mW, 40mW, 50mW, 100mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A1 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A2 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A3 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A4 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A5 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_A6 30mW
## SET WLAN_TX_POWER_BG 30mW
##
############# End of 364X model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4601
##
########## Add settings for 4601 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
############# End of 4601 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4602
##
########## Add settings for 4602 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.

## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
############# End of 4602 model-specific settings ############
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4610
##
########## Add settings for 4610 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone

## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 4610 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4620
##
########## Add settings for 4620 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 4620 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS

##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4621
##
########## Add settings for 4621 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 4621 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4622
##
########## Add settings for 4622 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation

##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############# End of 4622 model-specific settings ##########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4625
##
########## Add settings for 4625 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL

##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 4625 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS4630
##
########## Add settings for 4630 telephones below ##########
##
###### Settings for the 4630 IP Phone LDAP Application #####
##
## These settings are used to enable and administer the LDAP
## application on the 4630.
##
## DIRSRVR specifies the LDAP Directory server address.
## This value must be set to a non-null value to enable the LDAP application.
## The default is null ("") but valid values are zero or more IP addresses
## in dotted-decimal or DNS format, separated by commas without intervening sp
aces,
## to a maximum of 255 ASCII characters.
## SET DIRSRVR ldap.mycompany.com
##
## DIRLDAPPORT specifies the TCP port number of the LDAP Directory Server.
## The default port number is 389.
## SET DIRLDAPPORT 389
##
## DIRTOPDN specifies the Directory Topmost Distinguished Name.
## This value must be set to a non-null value to enable the LDAP application.
## The default is null ("") but this should be set to the LDAP root entry.
## SET DIRTOPDN People
##
## DIRFULLNAME specifies the default LDAP search value.
## The 4630 only supports searches on names.
## The default is "cn" which stands for "complete name" in LDAP.
## Changing this value is not recommended unless the LDAP directory
## uses a different term for this data field.
## SET DIRFULLNAME cn
##
## DIRTELNUM specifies the Directory Telephone Number field.
## The default is "telephonenumber".
## Changing this value is not recommended unless the LDAP directory

## uses a different term for this data field.
## SET DIRTELNUM telephonenumber
##
######## Settings for 4630 IP Phone Web Application ########
##
## These settings are used to enable and administer the Web
## application on the 4630.
##
## NOTE: Avaya hosts a web site for the 4630 IP Phone.
## The WEBHOME and WEBCODING parameters are set up
## to point your 4630 IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable this operation, remove "##" from the front
## of the lines SET WEBHOME ... (and you may need to
## administer WEBPROXY as well).
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## remove "##" from the front of the lines SET WEBHOME ...
## and replace the provided URL with the URL of your site.
##
## NOTE: Your network must be using Domain Name Services
## (DNS) for the Avaya hosted site settings to operate properly.
##
## The URL of your 4630 Home page
## The default is null ("") but you can specify any other
## valid URL up to 255 characters in length.
## SET WEBHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4630/index.htm
##
## Your HTTP proxy server address (name or IP address)
## This text string contains zero or one IP address in
## dotted-decimal or DNS format, identifying an HTTP Proxy
## Server. The default is null ("") and you may not need
## to set this parameter if all Web pages to be viewed by
## the phone user are on your organization's intranet.
## SET WEBPROXY my.proxy.company.com
##
## The TCP port number of your HTTP proxy server
## The default is 80, but WEBPORT is ignored if WEBPROXY
## is null.
## SET WEBPORT 80
##
## A list of one or more HTTP proxy server exception
## domains. Accesses to these addresses will not go
## through the proxy server. The default is null ("")
## but valid values are zero or more IP addresses in
## dotted-decimal or DNS format, separated by commas
## without intervening spaces, to a maximum of 255 ASCII
## characters.
## SET WEBEXCEPT mycompany.com,135.20.21.20
##
##################### 4630 Stock Ticker ######################
##
## STKSTAT specifies operation of the stock ticker application.
## Value Operation
##
0
Disabled
##
1
Enabled (default)
## SET STKSTAT 1
##
############## End of 4630 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################

##
# SETTINGS9610
##
########## Add settings for 9610 telephones below ##########
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
##
## SET AUDIOSTHS 0
##
############## 9610 WML BROWSER SETTINGS ################
##
## WMLSMALL specifies the URL of a WML page that will be rendered by the 9610 WM
L browser
## after the number of minutes of idle time specified by WMLIDLETIME
## if the value of IDLEAPP (specified in the 9610 backup/restore file) is null.
## If the values of WMLSMALL and IDLEAPP are both null, the Avaya one-X(TM) scr
een saver
## will be displayed after the number of minutes of idle time specified by WMLI
DLETIME.
##
## SET WMLSMALL http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
############## End of 9610 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9620
##
########## Add settings for 9620 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation

##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
############### 9620 PROGRESS TONE LEVELS ################
##
## These parameters are supported by 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later releases.
##
## Headset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the headset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HEADSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Handset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the handset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HANDSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Speaker Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the speaker.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_SPEAKER_LEVEL 0
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.

## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9620 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9630
##
########## Add settings for 9630 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
############### 9630 PROGRESS TONE LEVELS ################
##
## These parameters are supported by 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later releases.
##
## Headset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the headset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value

##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HEADSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Handset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the handset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HANDSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Speaker Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the speaker.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_SPEAKER_LEVEL 0
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9630 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9640
##
########## Add settings for 9640 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation

##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
############### 9640 PROGRESS TONE LEVELS ################
##
## These parameters are supported by 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later releases.
##
## Headset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the headset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HEADSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Handset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the handset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HANDSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Speaker Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the speaker.

##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_SPEAKER_LEVEL 0
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9640 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9650
##
########## Add settings for 9650 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL

##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
############### 9650 PROGRESS TONE LEVELS ################
##
## These parameters are supported by 96x0 SIP R2.6.5 and later releases.
##
## Headset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the headset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HEADSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Handset Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the handset.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
6
nominal value 18 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_HANDSET_LEVEL 0
##
## Speaker Progress tone adjust
## Controls the level of progress tones in the speaker.
##
## setting
level
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
nominal value 3 dB louder than default value
##
2
nominal value 6 dB louder than default value
##
3
nominal value 9 dB louder than default value
##
4
nominal value 12 dB louder than default value
##
5
nominal value 15 dB louder than default value
##
## SET NETWORK_PROGRESS_TONE_SPEAKER_LEVEL 0
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.

## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9650 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9670
##
########## Add settings for 9670 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9670 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##

# SETTINGS9601
##
########## Add settings for 9601 telephones below ##########
##
##
############## End of 9601 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9608
##
########## Add settings for 9608 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9608 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS

##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9611
##
########## Add settings for 9611 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9611 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9621
##
########## Add settings for 9621 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.

## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9621 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# SETTINGS9641
##
########## Add settings for 9641 telephones below ##########
##
## AUDIOSTHS specifies the level of sidetone in the handset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL

##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHS 1
##
## AUDIOSTHD specifies the level of sidetone in the headset.
## Value Operation
##
0
NORMAL level for most users (default)
##
1
three levels softer than NORMAL
##
2
OFF (inaudible)
##
3
one level softer than NORMAL
##
4
two levels softer than NORMAL
##
5
four levels softer than NORMAL
##
6
five levels softer than NORMAL
##
7
six levels softer than NORMAL
##
8
one level louder than NORMAL
##
9
two levels louder than NORMAL
## SET AUDIOSTHD 1
##
## WMLHOME specifies the URL of a WML page to be displayed by default in the WML
browser,
## and whenever the Home softkey is selected in the browser.
## The value can contain zero or one URL of up to 255 characters; the default v
alue is null ("").
## If the value is null, the WML browser will be disabled.
## SET WMLHOME http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/home.wml
##
## WMLIDLEURI specifies zero or one URL for a WML page to be displayed when the
telephone
## has been idle for the number of minutes specified by the value of WMLIDLETIM
E.
## The value can contain up to 255 characters; the default value is null ("").
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.myco.com/ipphoneapps/idlepage.wml
##
############## End of 9641 model-specific settings ###########
GOTO GROUP_SETTINGS
##############################################################
##
# GROUP_SETTINGS
##
##############################################################
##
## Parameter values can be set for specifically-designated groups of
## telephones by using IF statements based on the GROUP parameter.
##
## The value of GROUP can be set manually in a telephone by using the
## GROUP local craft procedure or, for H.323 telephones, it can be set
## remotely by CM based on the telephone's extension number.
## The default value of GROUP in each telephone is 0,
## and the maximum value is 999.
##
## To create a group of settings, use one of the templates below,
## or create others just like them.
##
##############################################################
IF $GROUP SEQ 1 GOTO GROUP_1
IF $GROUP SEQ 2 GOTO GROUP_2
IF $GROUP SEQ 3 GOTO GROUP_3

IF $GROUP SEQ 4 GOTO GROUP_4
IF $GROUP SEQ 5 GOTO GROUP_5
GOTO END
##############################################################
# GROUP_1
########## Add SET Statements for GROUP 1 below ############
################ END OF GROUP 1 SETTINGS #####################
GOTO END
##############################################################
# GROUP_2
########## Add SET Statements for GROUP 2 below ############
################ END OF GROUP 2 SETTINGS #####################
GOTO END
##############################################################
# GROUP_3
########## Add SET Statements for GROUP 3 below ############
################ END OF GROUP 3 SETTINGS #####################
GOTO END
##############################################################
# GROUP_4
########## Add SET Statements for GROUP 4 below ############
################ END OF GROUP 4 SETTINGS #####################
GOTO END
##############################################################
# GROUP_5
########## Add SET Statements for GROUP 5 below ############
################ END OF GROUP 5 SETTINGS #####################
GOTO END
##############################################################
# END
############## END OF CONFIGURATION FILE #####################