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9641G no weather or world clock

9641G no weather or world clock

9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
Hi All, I just got a 9641G IP set and I can't seam to get the weather or world clock to work on this set. Does anyone have any hints on getting this work.
I've tried every setting in text script.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

What version of firmware is on the phone? I have one here on 8.0.42 and it works fine. The phone needs DNS info from the DHCP server and the VLAN its on needs to be able to access the internet.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
I have it on an IP500 and the software is 8.0.43. I set up the DNS info in the IP500. I do get internet when I plug a pc into the phone.
I also set up the DNS in the text file also. I don't have a vlan.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
Where else is the DNS info needed and do I have to have a vlan?

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Do you use a proxy setting in order to access the internet? If so, it needs to be configured via the 46xxsettings.txt file for the 9641G.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
No I don't use a proxy, Its just a simple setup from wan port on IP500 to
a router.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
Here is a copy of my 46xx setting

############################################################
## ##
## AVAYA IP TELEPHONE CONFIGURATION FILE TEMPLATE ##
## For IP Office ##
## *** October 24, 2009 *** ##
## ##
## ##
## This file is to be used as a template for configuring ##
## Avaya IP telephones. This file lists parameters ##
## supported through the following software releases: ##
## ##
## 96xx telephone H.323 software release 3.1 ##
## 46xx telephone H.323 software release 2.8.3 ##
## 56xx telephone H.323 software release 2.8.3 ##
## 3631 telephone H.323 software release 1.3.0 ##
## 16xx telephone H.323 software release 1.3 ##
## 96x1 telephone H.323 software release 6.2 ##
## 16cc telephone SIP software release 1.0 ##
## 96xx telephone SIP software release 2.0 ##
## 46xx telephone SIP software release 2.2.2 ##
## SIP Softphone release 2.1 ##
## ##
## Not all parameters are supported on all telephones or ##
## on all software releases. See the appropriate issue ##
## of your telephone's Administrators Guide for more ##
## details. The guides are available on support.avaya.com ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## Use "## " without quotes to comment out a line.
## To activate a setting, set the parameter to the
## appropriate value for your environment and remove the
## "## " from the beginning of the line.
##
## To include whitespaces in a value, the entire value
## must be enclosed in double quotes.
## example:
## SET PARAM "value1 value2"
##
## To set different set types to different values, use
## the "IF" keyword statement.
## See the LAN Administrators Guide for more details.
##
## Some of the parameters listed below have default settings
## which are used by the IP Telephones even if they are
## commented out in this file. For a list of those
## settings and their default values, see the LAN
## Administrators Guide.
##
############################################################

############################################################
## ##
## COMMON SETTINGS ##
## Applies to all telephones ##
## ##
############################################################
##
################## HTTP SERVER SETTINGS ##################
##
## HTTP Server Addresses
## [If you set your HTTP Server Addresses via DHCP, do not
## set them here as they will over ride your DHCP settings.
## Also, use TLSSRVR instead if you require an
## authenticated server]
## Server used to down load configuration script files.
## Zero or more HTTP server IP addresses in dotted-decimal
## or DNS name format, separated by commas without any
## intervening spaces. (0 to 255 ASCII characters,
## including commas). For 96xx SIP phones, this parameter
## may also be changed via LLDP.
## 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.)
## SET HTTPDIR myhttpdir
##
## HTTP port
## Sets the TCP port used for HTTP file downloads from
## non-Avaya servers. (0-65535) The default is 80.
## Applies only to 46xx H.323 phones and 96xx SIP phones.
## 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
##
################ DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM (DNS) ################
##
## If you set your DNS parameters via DHCP, do not set them
## here as they will over ride your DHCP settings.
##
## Your Domain Name Server
SET DNSSRVR 198.168.0.1
##
## Your DNS domain
## SET DOMAIN mycompany.com
##
##
############# CALL SERVER ADDRESS OVERRIDE ###############
##
## STATIC specifies whether a call server IP address that
## has been manually programmed into the phone may override
## any value received via DHCP or this settings file.
## 0 for disabled, 2 for override
## STATIC is not supported on 96xx or 16cc SIP phones.
##
## SET STATIC 0
##
################# DHCP ADDRESS SETTINGS ##################
##
## DHCPSTD controls whether the phone continues to use an
## expired IP address if the phone received no response to
## its address renewal request. 0 for yes, 1 for no.
##
## SET DHCPSTD 0
##
## VLANTEST specifies the number of seconds to wait for a
## DHCPOFFER when the phone is using a non-zero VLAN ID.
## (0-999)
##
## SET VLANTEST 60
##
############# 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
##
##
############## APPLICATION ACCESS SETTINGS ###############
##
## These settings restrict access to certain applications.
## APPSTAT is not supported on 96xx or 16cc SIP phones.
##
## When APPSTAT is set to 0, Call Log and Redial are
## suppressed and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed.
##
## When APPSTAT is set to 1, Call Log, Redial and,
## Speed Dial/Contacts work without restrictions.
##
## When APPSTAT is set to 2, Call Log is suppressed.
## For Redial the Last-6-numbers option is suppressed
## and changes to Speed Dial/Contacts are not allowed.
##
## When APPSTAT is set to 3, changes to Speed Dial/Contacts
## are not allowed.
##
SET APPSTAT 1
##
##
################# OPTION ACCESS SETTINGS #################
##
## This setting restricts access to certain user options.
## OPSTAT is not supported on 96xx or 16cc SIP phones.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 000, the user options
## are not accessible.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 001, the user can only access
## the Log-Off Option.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 010, the user can only access
## view-only options. The user cannot change any setting.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 011, the user can only access
## view-only options and the Log-Off Option.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 100, the user can access
## all options except the view-only options and
## the Log-Off option.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 101, the user can access
## all options except the view-only options.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 110, the user can access
## all the options except the Log-Off option.
##
## When OPSTAT is set to 111, the user can invoke
## any or all of the user options.
##
SET OPSTAT 111
##
##
############# LOCAL PROCEDURE ACCESS SETTINGS ############
##
## Restrict Local Procedure Access
## Controls whether local (dial pad) procedures can be
## used to administer the telephone.
## 0 means local procedures can be accessed from the
## telephone.
## 1 means local procedures can not be accessed from the
## telephone.
## CAUTION:Be absolutely sure before setting PROCSTAT to 1
SET PROCSTAT 0
##
## Local Procedure Password
## Sets password for local (dial pad) procedure access.
## (1 to 7 ASCII numeric digits). See your telephone's
## Administrator's guide for the default password
## supported by your release.
## SET PROCPSWD 9999
##
#################### LOGIN SETTINGS ######################
##
## QKLOGINSTAT specifies whether a password must always be
## entered manually at the login screen. This parameter is
## not supported on 96xx H.323 phones or 16xx phones.
##
## A value of 0 makes manual password entry mandatory.
## A value of 1 enables a "quick login' by pressing the
## # key to accept the current password value.
##
## SET QKLOGINSTAT 1
##
#################### AUDIO SETTINGS ######################
##
## Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
## These settings enable or disable AGC.
##
## A value of 1 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.
##
SET AGCHAND 0
SET AGCHEAD 0
SET AGCSPKR 0
##
## Headset Operational Mode
## Controls whether the headset ignores a disconnect
## message.
##
## A value of 0 or 2 makes the headset go on-hook when it
## receives a disconnect message.
## A value of 1 or 3 makes the headset ignore a disconnect
## message.
##
## SET HEADSYS 1
##
## 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
##
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ###################
##
## This section contains the common settings used to
## enable and administer the 'Web' application. These
## parameters are not supported on 16cc SIP phones.
##
## The settings 'WMLHOME', which sets the URL of the
## telephone home page, and 'WMLIDLEURI', which sets the
## idle phone home page, may be different for each set
## type to take advantage of the capabilities of the
## individual sets. WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI should be set
## in the sections for the individual set types.
## Note: The 9610 does not use WMLHOME or WMLIDLEURI.
## Use WMLSMALL in their place.
##
## Your HTTP proxy server address (name or IP address)
## SET WMLPROXY my.proxy.company.com
##
## The TCP port number of your HTTP proxy server
## SET WMLPORT 8080
##
## A list of one or more HTTP proxy server exception
## domains separated by commas without any spaces.
## Accesses to these addresses will not go through the
## proxy server.
## SET WMLEXCEPT mycompany.com,135.20.21.20
##
## The idle period in minutes before the WMLIDLEURI
## web page is displayed. Valid values are 1 to 999.
## Default (if WMLIDLEURI is set) is 10 minutes.
## SET WMLIDLETIME 100
##
##
################ PUSH INTERFACE SETTINGS #################
##
## These settings are used to administer the Push interface.
## These parameters are not supported on 16cc SIP phones.
##
## The list of all the Trusted Push Servers.
## If set to "/", all servers are allowed.
## If set to null or blank, Push is disabled.
## SET TPSLIST 135.20.21.20
##
## The list of all the Subscription Servers.
## SET SUBSCRIBELIST http://135.20.21.21/subscribe
##
##
#################### 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.
## 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 is 5005.
##
## 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.
## SET RTCPMONPERIOD 5
##
########### CONVERGED NETWORK ANALYZER SETTINGS ##########
##
## The CNA server
## One or more CNA server IP addresses in
## dotted-decimal format or DNS name format (0 to 255
## characters). This parameter is not supported on 16cc
## model phones.
## SET CNASRVR 192.168.0.10
##
## CNA port
## Sets the port used for CNA registration. (0-65535)
## The default is 50002. This parameter is not supported
## on 16cc model phones.
## SET CNAPORT 50002
##
##
################## ETHERNET INTERFACES ###################
##
## Primary Interface Status
## Controls the speed and duplex settings for the primary
## Ethernet interface.
## 1 for auto-negotiate
## 2 for 10Mbps half-duplex
## 3 for 10Mbps full-duplex
## 4 for 100Mbps half-duplex
## 5 for 100Mbps full-duplex
## 6 for 1Gbps full-duplex (96xx phones only)
SET PHY1STAT 1
##
## PC Interface Status
## Controls the speed and duplex settings for the PC
## Ethernet interface.
## 0 for disabled
## 1 for auto-negotiate
## 2 for 10Mbps half-duplex
## 3 for 10Mbps full-duplex
## 4 for 100Mbps half-duplex
## 5 for 100Mbps full-duplex
## 6 for 1Gbps full-duplex (96xx phones only)
SET PHY2STAT 1
##
################## 802.1P/Q SETTINGS ###################
##
## Telephone Frame Tagging
## Controls whether layer 2 frames generated by the
## telephone have IEEE 802.1Q tags.
## 0 for Auto, 1 for On, and 2 for Off
## This parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## SET L2Q 0
##
## VLAN Separation
## Controls whether layer 2 frames to/from the telephone's
## secondary Ethernet interface have their 802.1Q tags
## changed. 0 for do not change tags, 1 for change tags.
## SET VLANSEP 0
##
## Voice VLAN Identifier
## VLAN identifier to be used by IP telephones. This
## parameter should only be set when IP telephones are to
## use a VLAN that is separate from the default data VLAN.
## If the VLAN identifier is to be configured via H.323
## signaling based on Avaya Communication Manager
## administration forms, it should not be set here.
## This parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## SET L2QVLAN 0
##
## Secondary Ethernet Interface VLAN Identifier
## VLAN Identifier to be used for frames to/from the
## telephone's secondary Ethernet interface. (0-4094)
## This parameter should only be set if VLANSEP is 1.
## This parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## SET PHY2VLAN 0
##
## Audio Priority Value
## Sets the layer 2 priority value for audio packets
## from the phone. (0-7)
## For H.323 phones, this parameter may also be
## changed from Communication Manager. For 96xx SIP
## phones, this parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## SET L2QAUD 6
##
## Signaling Priority Value
## Sets the layer 2 priority value for signaling
## protocol messages from the phone. (0-7)
## For H.323 phones, this parameter may also be
## changed from Communication Manager. For 96xx SIP
## phones, this parameter may also be changed via LLDP.
## SET L2QSIG 6
##
## Secondary Ethernet Interface Priority Value
## Sets the priority value for layer 2 frames to/from
## the telephone's secondary Ethernet interface. (0-7)
## This parameter should only be set if VLANSEP is 1.
## SET PHY2PRIO 0
##
##################### SNMP SETTINGS ######################
##
## SNMP addresses
## If this parameter is set, an SNMP query will only be
## accepted if the source IP address of the query matches
## one of these values. 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 SNMPADD 192.168.0.22,192.168.0.23
##
## SNMP community name string
## This value must be set to enable viewing of the phone's
## MIB. This value must match the community string name
## used in the SNMP query (up to 32 ASCII characters, no
## spaces).
## SET SNMPSTRING mystring
##
##
################ EVENT LOGGING SETTINGS ##################
##
## Event Logging control
## Controls the level of events logged in the
## endptRecentLog and endptResetLog objects in the SNMP
## MIB. Events with the selected severity level and higher
## will be logged.
## LOGLOCAL is not supported on 96xx or 16cc SIP phones.
## 0 for disabled
## 1 for emergencies
## 2 for alerts
## 3 for critical
## 4 for errors
## 5 for warnings
## 6 for notices
## 7 for information
## 8 for debug
## SET LOGLOCAL 5
##
## Syslog Server address
## One syslog server IP address in dotted-decimal or DNS
## name format (0 to 255 ASCII characters).
## SET LOGSRVR 192.168.0.15
##
##
############### DISPLAY BACKLIGHT CONTROL ################
##
## Idle Time Before Turning Off Backlight (minutes)
## Number of minutes without phone activity to wait
## before turning off backlight. A value of 0 means the
## backlight is never turned off. This parameter is
## supported only by phones which have a backlight.
## The default is 120 minutes.
SET BAKLIGHTOFF 10
##
##
##################### 802.1X SETTINGS ####################
##
## 802.1X Supplicant Status
## This setting determines the 802.1X supplicant operating
## mode for 96xx SIP telephones only.
## 0: Supplicant operation disabled.
## 1: Supplicant operation enabled, but responds only to
## received unicast EAPOL messages (default)
## 2: Supplicant operation enabled; responds to received
## unicast and multicast EAPOL messages
## SET DOT1XSTAT 1
##
## 802.1X Pass-Through Mode
## This setting determines the 802.1X pass-through operating
## mode.
## 0: PAE multicast pass-through enabled. No proxy Logoff.
## (For H.323 phones, also enables Unicast Supplicant
## operation.) DEFAULT OPERATION.
## 1: Same operation as for "0" but with proxy Logoff.
## 2: No PAE multicast pass-through or proxy Logoff.
## (For H.323 phones, also enables Unicast or multicast
## Supplicant operation.)
## SET DOT1X 0
##
###################### 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
## SET ICMPDU 1
##
## Redirect Message control
## Controls whether received ICMP Redirect messages will
## be processed
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ICMPRED 0
##
################# BACKUP/RESTORE SETTINGS ################
##
## 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 or 16cc SIP phones.
## SET BRURI http://192.168.0.28
##
#################### 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.
## The default value is 3.
##
## SET AUDASYS 3
##
############################################################
## ##
## 3631 SETTINGS ##
## Settings applicable to 3631 telephone model ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## 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
##
## Authentication Certificates
## List of trusted certificates to download to phone. This
## parameter may contain one or more certificate filenames,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Files may contain only PEM-formatted certificates.
## 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
##
##
############################################################
## ##
## 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"
##
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
##
############## 46xx PUSH INTERFACE SETTINGS ###############
##
## These settings are used to administer the Push interface
##
## The TCP port number for the telephone's HTTP server.
## (80-65535). The default is 80.
## SET PUSHPORT 80
##
## Push capabilities settings. PUSHCAP consists of 3 bits
## (each 0, 1, or 2). The rightmost bit controls the Top
## Line push mode. The middle bit controls the Web
## Browser push mode. The leftmost bit controls the Audio
## push mode.
##
## When PUSHCAP is set to 000, all push modes are disabled
##
## When PUSHCAP is set to 111, barge in only is allowed in
## all push modes.
##
## When PUSHCAP is set to 222, both barge in and normal
## pushes are allowed in all push modes.
## SET PUSHCAP 111
##
##
############################################################
## ##
## 96xx and 16cc SETTINGS ##
## Settings applicable to 96xx and 16cc telephone 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:
## This parameter setting is ignored for extensions
## configured as 96xx station types on the call server.
##
## 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.
## SET LANG0STAT 1
##
################ AVAYA SCREEN SAVER SETTINGS ###################
##
## Idle time before the Avaya Screen Saver is activated (minutes).
## Number of minutes without phone activity to wait
## before the screen saver is activated. A value of 0 means
## the screen saver is never activated. The default is 240 minutes.
## This parameter does not apply to 16cc SIP phones.
##
## Note:
## This setting activates the Avaya Screen Saver which is
## different than the "idle screen" accessed by WMLIDLEURI.
## While it is possible to use WMLIDLEURI as an "idle
## screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON
## timer and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes.
##
SET SCREENSAVERON 2
##
## The automatic default for Release 6 - applicable to 9600 phones
## This can be modified to add your companies own screen saver
##
SET SCREENSAVER 96xxiposs.jpg
##
################ 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 only
## to 96xx model phones.
##
SET AMADMIN http://192.168.0.28
##
#################################################################
## ##
## H.323 SETTINGS for 96xx ##
## Settings specific to 96xx telephones with H.323 software ##
## ##
#################################################################
#################### USB Login/Logout feature ###################
## USB Login/Logout State
## Specifies whether USB Login/Logout feature is available to the user
## 0 : USB Login/Logout feature is not available to the user.
## 1 : This setting is not supported on IP Office
SET USBLOGINSTAT 0
##
############################################################
## ##
## H.323 SETTINGS ##
## Settings specific to telephones with H.323 software ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## The Call Server Addresses
## [If you set your Call Server Addresses via DHCP, do not
## set them here as they will over ride your DHCP settings.]
## One or more Avaya Communication Manager server IP
## addresses in dotted-decimal or DNS name format,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces
## (0 to 255 ASCII characters, including commas).
## SET MCIPADD 192.168.0.5
##
## Unnamed Registration Status
## Specifies whether unnamed registration is initiated if
## a user fails to enter a value at the Extension prompt.
## Unnamed registration provides the telephone with
## TTI-level service, enabling a user, for example, to
## dial emergency services such as 911.
## SET UNNAMEDSTAT 1
##
## Reregistration Timer
## Controls an H.323 protocol timer. It is highly
## recommended you consult Avaya before changing this
## parameter.
## SET REREGISTER 20
##
## CTI Status
## Controls the status of the Computer-Telephony Interface.
## 0 for disabled, 1 for enabled
## SET CTISTAT 0
##
## CTI Port
## Sets the UDP port number for reception of broadcast
## CTI discovery messages. (49714-49721).
## SET CTIUDPPORT 49721
##
##
############################################################
## ##
## SIP SETTINGS ##
## Settings specific to telephones with SIP software ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## REGISTERWAIT sets the time, in seconds, between
## re-registrations with the current server. The default
## is 3600 (60 minutes) and valid values are 0-65536 for
## 46xx SIP telephones and 10-1000000000 for 96xx and 16cc
## phones.
##
## SIPDOMAIN sets the domain name to be used during
## registration. The default is null ("") but valid values
## are 0 to 255 ASCII characters with no spaces.
##
## SIPPROXYSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified
## Domain Name (FQDN) of the SIP Proxy server(s). 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. (For 96xx SIP models, this
## paramter also may be set either via LLDP or PPM.)
##
## SIPPORT sets the port that the telephone set will listen
## for SIP signaling messages. The default is 5060, but
## valid values are 1 to 5 ASCII digits from 0 to 65535,
## inclusive.
##
## SPEAKERSTAT controls operation of Speakerphone as
## follows:
## 0 no speakerphone allowed
## 1 one-way speaker (also called "monitor") allowed
## 2 two-way speaker allowed
## The default is 2. This parameter is not supported on
## 16cc phones.
##
## DSCPAUD Sets the DiffServ value for audio streams from
## the phone. The default is 46 and valid values are 0-63.
## For 96xx SIP phones, this parameter may also be changed
## via LLDP.
##
## DSCPSIG Sets the DiffServ value for signaling protocol
## messages from the phone. The default is 34 and valid
## values are 0-63. For 96xx SIP phones, this parameter
## may also be changed via LLDP.
##
## SNTP settings are used to configure SNTP related
## parameters. SNTP is only supported on SIP telephones.
##
## SNTPSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified
## Domain Name (FQDN) of the SNTP server(s) to be used.
## 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.
##
## DSTOFFSET sets the daylight savings time adjustment
## value. The default is 1 but valid values are 0, 1, or 2.
##
## DSTSTART sets the beginning day for daylight savings
## time. The default for 16cc phones is 2SunMar2L. The
## default for 46xx phonesis 1SunApr2L; see the 4600 Series
## IP Telephone LAN Admin Guide for format and setting
## alternatives.
##
## NOTE:
## Starting in March 2007, the default values for DSTSTART
## and DSTSTOP on 46xx SIP phones are obsolete for the
## United States and Canada and must be changed via
## revised values in this file as indicated in the examples
## below.
##
## DSTSTOP sets the ending day for daylight savings time.
## The default for 16cc phones is 1SunNov2L. The default
## for 46xx phones is LSunOct2L; see the 4600 Series IP
## Telephone LAN Admin Guide for format and setting
## alternatives.
##
## GMTOFFSET sets the time zone the phone should use. The
## default is -5:00; see the 4600 Series IP Telephone LAN
## Admin Guide for format and setting alternatives.
##
## SIP Settings Examples:
## SET REGISTERWAIT "3600"
## SET SIPDOMAIN "example.com"
## SET SIPPROXYSRVR "192.168.0.8"
## SET SIPPORT "5060"
## SET SPEAKERSTAT "2"
## SET DSCPAUD 46
## SET DSCPSIG 34
## SET SNTPSRVR "192.168.0.5"
## SET DSTOFFSET "1"
## SET DSTSTART "2SunMar2L"
## SET DSTSTOP "1SunNov2L"
SET GMTOFFSET "-5:00"
##
##
############################################################
## ##
## 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.
##
## 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.
##
## 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.
##
## PHNNUMOFSA sets the number of Session Appearances the
## telephone should support. The default is 3 and valid
## values are 1-5.
##
## SIP Settings Examples:
## SET DATESEPARATOR "/"
## SET DATETIMEFORMAT "0"
## SET DIALWAIT "5"
## SET PHNNUMOFSA "3"
##
############################################################
## ##
## SIP SETTINGS ##
## Settings applicable only to 46xx telephone models ##
## or 96xx telephone models in non-Avaya environments ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## SIPREGISTRAR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified
## Domain Name (FQDN) of the SIP registration server(s).
## 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.
##
## MWISRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain
## Name (FQDN) of the Message Waiting 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.
##
## PRESENCE_SERVER specifies the address used for presence
## indications. 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. If no address
## is specified, the proxy server is used for presence
## indications. This parameter is not supported on 46xx
## SIP telephones.
##
## Music-On-Hold Server
## MUSICSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain
## Name (FQDN) of the Music-On-Hold 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.
##
## Note: This parameter is set only in non-Avaya environments.
##
## DIALPLAN accelarates dialing by defining the dial plan
## used in the phone. The defaultis null ("").
## See the telephone Admin Guide for format and setting
## alternatives.
##
## CALLFWDSTAT sets the call forwarding mode of the set by
## summing the values below:
## 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.
##
## 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.
##
## CALLFWDADDR sets the address to which calls are
## forwarded for the call forwarding feature. The default
## is null ("").
## Note the user can change or replace this
## administered value if CALLFWDSTAT is not 0.
##
## COVERAGEADDR sets the address to which calls will be
## forwarded for the call coverage feature. The default
## is null ("").
## Note the user can change or replace this
## administered value if CALLFWDSTAT is not 0.
##
## SIPCONFERENCECONTINUE specifices 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
##
## SIP Settings Examples:
## SET SIPREGISTRAR "192.168.0.9"
## SET MWISRVR "192.168.0.7"
## SET PRESENCE_SERVER "192.168.0.8"
## SET MUSICSRVR ""
## SET DIALPLAN "[23]xxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9[2-9]xxxxxxxxx"
## SET CALLFWDSTAT "3"
## SET CALLFWDDELAY "5"
## SET CALLFWDADDR "cover@avaya.com"
## SET COVERAGEADDR "cover@avaya.com"
## SET SIPCONFERENCECONTINUE 0
##
############################################################
## ##
## 96xx and 16cc SIP SETTINGS ##
## Settings applicable only to 96xx and 16cc telephone ##
## models running the SIP protocol ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## Agent Login Tone
## Specifies the confirmation tone to play when the agent
## successfully logs in. The default is 1 and valid
## values are 1-32. This parameter applies only to 16cc
## model phones.
## SET AGENTTONE 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
##
## Visiting User Mode
## Specifies whether the phone supports visiting user mode.
## This parameter applies only to 96xx model phones.
## 0 for Off (default)
## 1 for Optional. At registration, the user is prompted
## whether they visting.
## 2 for Forced. The phone only allows visting user
## registrations.
## SET VU_MODE 0
##
## LLDP Mode
## Specifies whether LLDP is enabled on the telephone.
## This parameter applies only to 96xx model phones.
## 0 for Off
## 1 for On
## 2 for On but only begin transmitting once an
## LLDP frame is received (default)
## SET LLDP_ENABLED 2
##
## Configuration Server
## Address of Avaya PPM server. (Set only if different
## than SIPPROXYSRVR.) This parameter may contain one
## IP address in dotted-decimal or URI format, optionally
## followed by colon and port number.
## (0 to 255 ASCII characters).
## SET CONFIG_SERVER example
##
## Configuration Server Communication Mode
## Specifies the communication mode used to access the
## configuration server. This parameter applies only to
## 96xx model phones.
## 0 for use HTTP (default)
## 1 for use HTTPS
## 2 for use HTTPS if SIP transport mode is TLS;
## otherwise, use HTTP
## SET CONFIG_SERVER_SECURE_MODE 0
##
## SIP Signaling Transport Type
## Specifies the type of transport to use for SIP signaling.
## 0 for UDP
## 1 for TCP
## 2 for TLS (default)
## SET SIPSIGNAL 2
##
## Early Media Enabled
## 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
## SET ENABLE_EARLY_MEDIA 1
##
## Hold Indication Method
## Specifies method to use to indicate phone 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
## SET USE_QUAD_ZEROES_FOR_HOLD 0
##
## RTCP Enabled
## Enables the phone to send RTCP data during calls.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET RTCPCONT 1
##
## Maximum Transmission Unit Size
## Specifies the maximum frame length (MTU size)
## transmitted by the phone. Use 1496 for older Ethernet
## switches. (1496 or 1500)
## SET MTU_SIZE 1500
##
## Media Encryption Support
## Specifies media encryption (SRTP) options supported by
## phone. Up to 2 options may be selected. Values are in
## 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"
##
#################### 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
##
## 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 FIFAWorldCup=../fifa_logo.jpg
##
## 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
##
#################### 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_CONTACTS_WARNING 1
##
#################### PRESENCE SETTINGS ###################
##
## Presence Enabled
## Determines whether presence functionality is
## enabled on the phone. This parameter is not supported
## on 16cc phones.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_PRESENCE 0
##
#################### EXCHANGE SETTINGS ###################
##
## Exchange Calendar Enabled
## Determines whether phone will retrieve calendar data
## from Microsoft Exchange
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET USE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 0
##
## Exchange Calendar Display
## Determines whether menu item(s) for Exchange® Calendar
## integration are displayed on the phone. This parameter
## is not supported on 16cc phones.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET PROVIDE_EXCHANGE_CALENDAR 1
##
## Exchange Domain
## Specifies domain information for URL used to obtain
## Exchange contacts and calendar data. Appended to
## Exchange User ID specified in phone menus.(0 to 255
## ASCII characters). This parameter is not supported
## on 16cc phones.
## SET EXCHANGE_USER_DOMAIN exchange.mycompany.com
##
## Exchange Server List
## A list of one or more Exchange servers to be accessed
## for contacts and calendar data. 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. This parameter is not supported on 16cc
## phones.
## SET EXCHANGE_SERVER_LIST example
##
## For additional Exchange-related settings, see the
## CONTACTS SETTINGS section.
##
##################### CODEC SETTINGS #####################
##
## G.711a Codec Enabled
## Determines whether G.711 a-law codec is available on
## the phone.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_G711A 1
##
## G.711u Codec Enabled
## Determines whether G.711 mu-law codec is available on
## the phone.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_G711U 1
##
## G.729 Codec Enabled
## Determines whether G.729 codec is available on the
## phone.
## 0 for G.729(A) disabled
## 1 for G.729(A) enabled without Annex B support
## 2 for G.729(A) enabled with Annex B support
## SET ENABLE_G729 1
##
## G.726 Codec Enabled
## Determines whether G.726 codec is available on the
## phone. This parameter is not supported on 16cc phones.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_G726 1
##
## G.726 Payload Type
## Specifies the RTP payload type to be used with the
## G.726 codec. (96-127). This parameter is not supported
## on 16cc phones.
## SET G726_PAYLOAD_TYPE 110
##
## G.722 Codec Enabled
## Determines whether G.722 codec is available on the
## phone. This parameter is not supported on 16cc phones.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET ENABLE_G722 0
##
## DTMF Payload Type
## Specifies the RTP payload type to be used for RFC
## 2833 signaling. (96-127).
## SET DTMF_PAYLOAD_TYPE 120
##
## DTMF Transmission Method
## Specifies whether DTMF tones are sent in-band, as
## regular audio, or out-of-band, using RFC 2833
## procedures.
## 1 for in-band
## 2 for out-of-band using RFC 2833
## SET SEND_DTMF_TYPE 2
##
#################### COUNTRY 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
SET SYSTEM_LANGUAGE Mls_Spark_English.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.
## SET LANGUAGES Mls_Spark_German.xml,Mls_Spark_ParisianFrench.xml,Mls_Spark_LatinAmericanSpanish.xml
##
## 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"
SET COUNTRY USA
##
## 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 %m/%d/%y
##
## Time Format
## Specifies the format for time displayed in the phone.
## 0 for am/pm format
## 1 for 24h format
SET TIMEFORMAT 0
##
## 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
##
################# TIMER PARAMETER SETTINGS ##############
##
## Registration Retry Timer
## Specifies number of seconds to wait for a SIP
## registration response before re-sending a registration
## request. (1-60).
##
## NOTE: For Avaya Distributed Office configurations,
## this parameter must be set to 60.
##
## SET WAIT_FOR_REGISTRATION_TIMER 10
##
## Subscription Request Duration
## Specifies the duration of initial SUBSCRIBE messages
## sent from the phone. May be lowered by the server.
## (60–31536000 seconds). Maximum is one year; default is
## one day.
## SET OUTBOUND_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST_DURATION 86400
##
## No Digits Timeout
## Specifies the number of seconds after going off-hook
## that the phone waits to receive its first dialed digit.
## If no digits are entered within the specified time
## period, the phone plays a warning tone. (1-60)
## SET NO_DIGITS_TIMEOUT 20
##
## Inter-Digit Timeout
## Specifies the number of seconds after the user dials
## a digit and before the phone sends out a SIP INVITE.
## The expiration of this timer signifies the completion
## of the digit collection period. (1-10)
## SET INTER_DIGIT_TIMEOUT 5
##
## Failed Session Removal Timer
## Specifies the number of seconds the phone will play
## re-order tone after an invalid extension has been
## dialed. If this timer expires, or if the user
## presses the End Call softkey, the re-order tone is
## stopped and the session line appearance is removed.
## (5-999)
## SET FAILED_SESSION_REMOVAL_TIMER 30
##
## TCP Keep Alive Enabled
## Determines whether or not the phone sends TCP keep
## alive (TCP ACK) messages.
## 0 for No
## 1 for Yes
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_STATUS 1
##
## TCP Keep Alive Time
## Specifies number of seconds an idle phone will wait
## before sending out a TCP keep alive (TCP ACK) message.
## (10-3600).
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_TIME 60
##
## TCP Keep Alive Interval
## Specifies number of seconds a phone will wait before
## re-transmitting a TCP keep alive (TCP ACK) message.
## (5-60).
## SET TCP_KEEP_ALIVE_INTERVAL 10
##
################ EVENT LOGGING SETTINGS ##################
##
## Local Event Logging control
## Controls the level of events recorded in the phone's local
## log. Events with the selected severity level and higher
## will be logged.
## 0 for emergencies
## 1 for alerts
## 2 for critical
## 3 for errors
## 4 for warnings
## 5 for notices
## 6 for information
## 7 for debug
## SET LOCAL_LOG_LEVEL 3
##
## Logging Categories
## Specifies categories to be logged in syslog and local
## log file. This parameter must be specified to log
## events below Errors level. Comma-separated list of
## keywords. See Administrator's guide for additional
## detail.
## SET LOG_CATEGORY DHCP
##
################### CERTIFICATE SETTINGS #################
##
## Certificate Server URI
## URI used to access SCEP server.
## SET MYCERTURL http://192.168.0.25/certsrv/mscep/mscep.dll
##
## HTTP Proxy
## Specifies proxy server used to set up HTTP connection
## for SCEP protocol. zero or one IP address in dotted
## decimal or DNS name format followed by optional colon
## and port number.
## SET HTTPPROXY proxy.mycompany.com
##
## HTTP Exception Domains
## A list of one or more HTTP proxy server exception
## domains separated by commas without any spaces.
## SCEP accesses to these addresses will not go through
## the proxy server.
## SET HTTPEXCEPTIONDOMAINS mycompany.com,135.20.21.20
##
## Certificate Common Name
## Common Name (CN) specified for SUBJECT of SCEP
## certificate request.
## Use $SERIALNO for phone's serial number
## Use $MACADDR for phone's MAC address
## SET MYCERTCN $SERIALNO
##
## Certificate Distinguished Name
## Specifies the part of SUBJECT in a certificate
## request which is common for requests from different
## phones. May include Organizational Unit, Organization,
## Location, State, Country, (0 to xx ASCII characters
## beginning with /).
## SET MYCERTDN /C=US/ST=NJ/L=MyTown/O=MyCompany
##
## Certificate Authority Identifier
## specifies the certificate with which the certificate
## request will be signed. Used especially by CAs that
## host mustiple CAs (for example, EJBCA). Some CAs
## will ignore this parameter if they act as only one
## CA (for example, Microsoft CA).
## SET MYCERTCAID EjbSubCA
##
## Certificate Key Length
## specifies length of certificate private key for phone.
## (1024-2048).
## SET MYCERTKEYLEN 1024
##
## Certificate Renewal Threshold
## Specifies period of time after which to begin
## certificate renewal request. Specified as percentage
## of certificate's Validity Object.(1-99)
## SET MYCERTRENEW 90
##
## Certificate Wait Behavior
## Specifies phone's behavior while performing
## certificate enrollment.
## 0 for periodic background check
## 1 for wait until phone receives certificate,
## denial, or pending notification before continuing
## startup operation
## SET MYCERTWAIT 1
##
##################### PORT SETTINGS #####################
##
## 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).
## 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).
## SET RTP_PORT_RANGE 40
##
## Signaling Port Minimum Value
## Specifies the minimum port value for SIP
## signaling.
## (1024 -65503).
## 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).
## SET SIG_PORT_RANGE 64511
##
## Secure SIP port
## Destination TCP port used for secure SIP registration
## and signaling messages sent over TLS link. For
## non-Avaya environments only. (1024-65535)
## SET SIP_PORT_SECURE 5061
##
############################################################
## ##
## SIP SOFTPHONE SETTINGS ##
## ##
############################################################
##
## WEBLMSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain
## Name (FQDN) of the Licensing Server Name or Address. 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.
##
## SP_DIRSRVR sets the IP address or Fully-Qualified Domain
## Name (FQDN) of the LDAP Directory Server Name or
## Address. 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.
##
## SP_DIRSRVRPORT sets the TCP port number of your LDAP
## Directory Server. The default port number is 389. If
## you wish to change the port number, you must set this
## value.
##
## SP_DIRTOPDN sets the Directory Topmost Distinguished
## Name. You must set this value to a non-null value to
## enable the LDAP application. The default is null (""),
## but you should set DIRTOPDN 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 the default, DIAL_AS_IS. The
## example 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
##
##

############################################################
## ##
## PER MODEL SETTINGS ##
## Applies to specific telephone models ##
## ##
############################################################
##
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1603 GOTO SETTINGS1603
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1608 GOTO SETTINGS1608
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 1616 GOTO SETTINGS1616
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 16cc GOTO SETTINGS16cc
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4601 GOTO SETTINGS4601
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4602 GOTO SETTINGS4602
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4610 GOTO SETTINGS4610
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4620 GOTO SETTINGS4620
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4621 GOTO SETTINGS4621
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4622 GOTO SETTINGS4622
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4625 GOTO SETTINGS4625
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 4630 GOTO SETTINGS4630
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 5601 GOTO SETTINGS5601
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 5602 GOTO SETTINGS5602
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 5610 GOTO SETTINGS5610
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 5620 GOTO SETTINGS5620
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 5621 GOTO SETTINGS5621
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9610 GOTO SETTINGS9610
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9620 GOTO SETTINGS9620
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9630 GOTO SETTINGS9630
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9640 GOTO SETTINGS9640
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9650 GOTO SETTINGS9650
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9608 GOTO SETTINGS9608
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9611 GOTO SETTINGS9611
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9621 GOTO SETTINGS9621
IF $MODEL4 SEQ 9641 GOTO SETTINGS9641
GOTO END
##
############################################################

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS1603
#
############################################################
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 1603 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
goto END
############## END OF 1603 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS1608
#
############################################################
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 1608 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
## Chinese (on the 1608l) requires both of the following:
## SET FONTFILE GB_S11_v34.rbm.lzma
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_chinese.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
goto END
############## END OF 1608 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS1616
#
############################################################
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 1616 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
## Chinese (on the 1616l) requires both of the following:
## SET FONTFILE GB_S11_v34.rbm.lzma
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_Sage_v54_chinese.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_Sage_v54_german.txt"
##
goto END
############## END OF 1616 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS16cc
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 16cc telephone.
##
################### CERTIFICATE SETTINGS #################
##
## Authentication Certificates
## List of trusted certificates to download to phone. This
## parameter may contain one or more certificate filenames,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Files may contain only PEM-formatted certificates.
## SET TRUSTCERTS avayaprca.crt,sip_product_root.crt,avayacallserver.crt
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## setting level
## 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 0
##
goto END
############## END OF 16cc IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4601
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4601 telephone.
##
## 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
##
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4601 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4602
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4602 telephone.
##
## 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
##
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4602 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4610
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4610 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
## SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4610 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4620
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4620 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4620 IP Phone Settings ###############


############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4621
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4621 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4621 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4622
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4622 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
## SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4622 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4625
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 4625 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4625/home.wml
SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4625/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4625 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS4630
#
############################################################
##
###### Settings for the 4630 IP Phone LDAP Application #####
##
## These settings are used to enable and administer the LDAP
## application on the 4630.
##
## Your LDAP Directory server Address
## You must set this value 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 spaces, to a
## maximum of 255 ASCII characters.##
## SET DIRSRVR ldap.mycompany.com
##
## The TCP port number of your LDAP Directory Server
## The default port number is 389. If you wish to change
## the port number, you must set this value.##
## SET DIRLDAPPORT 389
##
## The Directory Topmost Distinguished Name
## You must set this value to a non-null value to enable
## the LDAP application. The default is null ("") but
## you should set DIRTOPDN to the LDAP root entry.
## SET DIRTOPDN "People"
##
## 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 your
## LDAP directory uses a different term for this data
## field.
## SET DIRFULLNAME cn
##
## The Directory Telephone Number field.
## The default is "telephonenumber". CHANGING THIS VALUE
## IS NOT RECOMMENDED unless your 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 Emergency Contact Number ##############
##
## If set, this number will be the top-leftmost speed dial
## button in Group 1 of the 4630 speed dial screen and
## labeled "EMERGENCY". The default is null ("") but any
## valid phone number is acceptable.
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
#################### 4630 Stock Ticker #####################
## Use this setting to activate the stock ticker on your
## 4630. Go to Options on your 4630 to complete setup of
## this feature.
## Use 0 to Disable or 1 to Enable (the default)
## SET STKSTAT 1
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 4630 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS5601
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 5601 telephone.
##
## 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
##
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 5601 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS5602
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 5602 telephone.
##
## 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
##
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 5602 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS5610
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 5610 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
## SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 5610 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS5620
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 5620 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
## SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 5620 IP Phone Settings ###############


############################################################
#
# SETTINGS5621
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 5621 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## 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 AUDIOSTHD 0
##
## 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
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## The WMLIDLEURI setting acts as an idle screen when the
## phone has been idle (see WMLIDLETIME value). By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTE:
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
## SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/4620/idle.wml
##
GOTO END
############## END OF 5621 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9610
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9610 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## setting level
## 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 AUDIOSTHS 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLSMALL setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## NOTES:
##
## The model 9610 is different from other 96xx phone
## models and does not use either WMLHOME or
## WMLIDLEURI. Use WMLSMALL in their place together
## with WMLIDLETIME. The 9610 requires the 9610 backup
## restore file to populate the home page on the phone.
## When the 9610 has been idle for WMLIDLETIME minutes,
## there are several possible displays which may appear
## depending on the values of IDLEAPP (in the 9610
## backup restore file) and WMLSMALL itself. While it is
## possible to use one of these screens as an "idle
## screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON timer
## and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes. See your telephone's
## Administrators guide for more information.
##
## To change the web site that your 9610 points to, remove
## the "## " from the SET WMLSMALL line and replace the
## provided URL in the line with the URL of your site.
## If WMLSMALL is null, 9610 backup-restore Main Menu WML
## links will not display
##
## SET WMLSMALL http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
################# Emergency Contact Number ################
##
## If set, this is the number dialed when the softkey
## labeled "EMERGENCY" is pressed. The default is null ("")
## but any valid phone number is acceptable.
##
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
###### 9610 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9610 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v51_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v51_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v51_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
IF $SIG SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9610 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9620
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9620 telephone.
##
################### CERTIFICATE SETTINGS #################
##
## Authentication Certificates
## List of trusted certificates to download to phone. This
## parameter may contain one or more certificate filenames,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Files may contain only PEM-formatted certificates.
## SET TRUSTCERTS avayaprca.crt,sip_product_root.crt,avayacallserver.crt
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## CAUTION:
## Setting 2 turns OFF sidetone in H.323 release 1.1 and
## earlier
##
## setting level
## 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 0
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## CAUTION:
## Setting 2 turns OFF sidetone in H.323 release 1.1 and
## earlier
##
## setting level
## 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 AUDIOSTHS 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## WMLIDLEURI may be used as an "idle screen" when the
## phone has been idle for WMLIDLETIME minutes. By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTES:
##
## The WMLIDELURI idle screen is different than the
## Avaya screen saver activated by the SCREENSAVERON
## timer. While it is possible to use WMLIDLEURI as an
## "idle screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON
## timer and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes.
##
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/9600/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
################# Emergency Contact Number ################
##
## If set, this is the number dialed when the softkey
## labeled "EMERGENCY" is pressed. The default is null ("")
## but any valid phone number is acceptable.
##
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
####### 9620 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9620 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v51_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v51_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v51_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S31_v51_english_large.txt"
IF $SIG SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9620 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9630
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9630 telephone.
##
################### CERTIFICATE SETTINGS #################
##
## Authentication Certificates
## List of trusted certificates to download to phone. This
## parameter may contain one or more certificate filenames,
## separated by commas without any intervening spaces.
## Files may contain only PEM-formatted certificates.
## SET TRUSTCERTS avayaprca.crt,sip_product_root.crt,avayacallserver.crt
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## CAUTION:
## Setting 2 turns OFF sidetone in H.323 release 1.1 and
## earlier
##
## setting level
## 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 0
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## CAUTION:
## Setting 2 turns OFF sidetone in H.323 release 1.1 and
## earlier
##
## setting level
## 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 AUDIOSTHS 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## WMLIDLEURI may be used as an "idle screen" when the
## phone has been idle for WMLIDLETIME minutes. By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTES:
##
## The WMLIDELURI idle screen is different than the
## Avaya screen saver activated by the SCREENSAVERON
## timer. While it is possible to use WMLIDLEURI as an
## "idle screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON
## timer and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes.
##
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/9600/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
################# Emergency Contact Number ################
##
## If set, this is the number dialed when the softkey
## labeled "EMERGENCY" is pressed. The default is null ("")
## but any valid phone number is acceptable.
##
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
###### 9630 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9630 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v51_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v51_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v51_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S31_v51_english_large.txt"
IF $SIG SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9630 IP Phone Settings ###############
##
############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9640
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9640 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## setting level
## 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 0
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## setting level
## 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 AUDIOSTHS 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## WMLIDLEURI may be used as an "idle screen" when the
## phone has been idle for WMLIDLETIME minutes. By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTES:
##
## The WMLIDELURI idle screen is different than the
## Avaya screen saver activated by the SCREENSAVERON
## timer. While it is possible to use WMLIDLEURI as an
## "idle screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON
## timer and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes.
##
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/9600/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
################# Emergency Contact Number ################
##
## If set, this is the number dialed when the softkey
## labeled "EMERGENCY" is pressed. The default is null ("")
## but any valid phone number is acceptable.
##
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
###### 9640 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9640 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v51_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v51_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v51_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S31_v51_english_large.txt"
IF $SIG SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9640 IP Phone Settings ###############
##
############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9650
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9650 telephone.
##
##################### AUDIO SETTINGS #####################
##
## Headset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the headset.
##
## setting level
## 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 0
##
## Handset Sidetone
## Controls the level of sidetone in the handset.
##
## setting level
## 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 AUDIOSTHS 0
##
################# WML BROWSER SETTINGS ##################
##
## The WMLHOME setting is used to enable and
## administer the 'Web' Application.
##
## WMLIDLEURI may be used as an "idle screen" when the
## phone has been idle for WMLIDLETIME minutes. By default
## this URL is NULL ("") and this screen is not activated.
##
## NOTES:
##
## The WMLIDELURI idle screen is different than the
## Avaya screen saver activated by the SCREENSAVERON
## timer. While it is possible to use WMLIDLEURI as an
## "idle screen", it is recommended that the SCREENSAVERON
## timer and the Avaya Screen Saver display be used for
## screen saver purposes.
##
## Avaya hosts a web site for IP Phones.
## The WMLHOME and WMLIDLEURI parameters are set up
## to point your IP telephones to this hosted site.
## To enable access to this site, remove the "## "
## from the SET WMLHOME ... and SET WMLIDLEURI ... lines.
## To change the web site that your phones point to,
## replace the provided URL in the SET WMLHOME .. and
## SET WMLIDELURI ...lines with the URL of your site.
##
SET WMLHOME http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/avayaip/9600/home.wml
## SET WMLIDLEURI http://www.mycompany.com/my_screen.wml
##
################# Emergency Contact Number ################
##
## If set, this is the number dialed when the softkey
## labeled "EMERGENCY" is pressed. The default is null ("")
## but any valid phone number is acceptable.
##
## SET PHNEMERGNUM 911
##
###### 9650 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9650 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S31_v51_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S31_v51_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S31_v51_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S31_v51_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S31_v51_english_large.txt"
IF $SIG SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9650 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9608
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9608 telephone.
##
###### 9608 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9608 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S96x1_V72_english_large.txt"
##
## Unnamed Registration Status - prevents the phone to login after manually log-out from craft menu
SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
IF $SIG_IN_USE SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9608 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9611
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9611 telephone.
##
###### 9611 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9611 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S96x1_V72_english_large.txt"
##
## Unnamed Registration Status - prevent the phone to login after manually log-out from craft menu
SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
IF $SIG_IN_USE SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9611 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9621
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9621 telephone.
##
###### 9621 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9621 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
## SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S96x1_V72_english_large.txt"
##
## Unnamed Registration Status - prevent the phone to login after manually log-out from craft menu
SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
## Disable world clock and weather application
SET WEATHERAPP ""
SET WORLDCLOCKAPP ""
SET WMLHELPSTAT 0
IF $SIG_IN_USE SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9621 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGS9641
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the phone model specific settings
## for the 9641 telephone.
##
###### 9641 H.323 Phone Multi-Language Administration #######
##
## These settings are used to set the local display
## language of your 9641 H.323 telephone.
##
## First Language File Name
## Contains the name of the first language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
##
## Note:
## It is recommended you install the latest version of the
## language files in all 96xx H.323 telephones, even if some
## phones are running an earlier release of software.
##
## SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_russian.txt"
##
## Second Language File Name
## Contains the name of the second language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_spanish.txt"
##
## Third Language File Name
## Contains the name of the third language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_french_paris.txt"
##
## Fourth Language File Name
## Contains the name of the fourth language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## System-Wide Language
## Contains the name of the default system language file.
## 0 to 32 ASCII characters. File name must end in .txt
## SET LANGSYS "mlf_S96x1_V72_german.txt"
##
## Larger Text Font File name
## Specifies the loadable language file on the HTTP server
## for the Large Text Font. 0 to 32 ASCII characters.
##
SET LANGLARGEFONT "mlf_S96x1_V72_english_large.txt"
##
## Unnamed Registration Status - prevent the phone to login after manually log-out from craft menu
SET UNNAMEDSTAT 0
## Disable world clock and weather application
SET WEATHERAPP 0
SET WORLDCLOCKAPP 0
SET WMLHELPSTAT 0
IF $SIG_IN_USE SEQ 2 GOTO SETTINGSSIP96xx
GOTO END
############## END OF 9641 IP Phone Settings ###############

############################################################
#
# SETTINGSSIP96xx
#
############################################################
##
## This section contains the 96x0/9601 SIP specific settings
##
#################### Security Settings #####################
##
## Certificate
## File names of certificates to be used for authentication.
## List of file names separated by commas (0 to 1024 characters).
## SET TRUSTCERTS ""
##
## TLS server id
## Flag to indicate if TLS server identification is required.
## Valid values are:
## 0 = no certificate match necessary;
## 1 = certificate match required;
SET TLSSRVRID 0
##
## Subscription
## Controls the use of SIP and SIPS subscriptions.
## Valid values are 0 - 2:
SET SUBSCRIBE_SECURITY 0
##
## Enforce SIPS URI
## Controls the enforcement of SIPS URI with SRTP.
## Valid values are:
## 0 = Allow either SIP URI or SIPS URI for incoming
## SRTP media encryption calls and use only SIP
## URI for outgoing SRTP media encryption calls.
## 1 = Accept and use only SIPS URI for incoming
## and outgoing calls with SRTP media encryption
SET ENFORCE_SIPS_URI 0
GOTO END
############## END OF SIP96xx Settings ###############

# END
############## END OF CONFIGURATION FILE ###################

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

You have a DNS setting in the 46xxsettings.txt file which appears to an IP address on your local network. Does that DNS server know about external domain names? What DNS server does your PC point to when it is on the network?

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
I don't have a DNS server. In the 46xxsettins, the DNS setting 192.168.0.1 is my router.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

(OP)
My PC also points to my router 192.168.0.1, I just have a simple setup.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

the clock and weather is broken.

The latest firmware actually removes them. I believe they may be back in the future.

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

I have it on 8.1. firmware.

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Works on mine, running 6.2012U firmware. I did nothing short of plug it into the LAN and let DHCP do its thing. I still can't say that I really see any value in checking the weather on a phone which sits right next to my PC, but it does work....

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Edit - 6.2013U, not 6.2012U.

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

peter - Mines gone completely.

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Mines on 6.2.13U as well.... no clock and weather.

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Strange although i did try it and it did not work but the button is there.
It did work before.

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Ah - think I didnt upload the new 8.1 files to the SD card.... noticed in manager dir S9621_41HALBR6_2_1_10U_V452.tar

ACSS - SME
General Geek



RE: 9641G no weather or world clock

Nope - no clock or weather.....

ACSS - SME
General Geek



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