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Provisioning Attributes
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Provisioning Attributes

Provisioning Attributes

Provisioning Attribute Description

Table 1 describes all possible provisioning attributes. Not all attributes are applicable for all endpoint types or for all Cisco Unified Communications Manager versions. Depending on your Provisioning setup, all attributes may not be available to you.

Supported Call Processor Provisioning Attributes and Supported Unified Message Processor Provisioning Attributes list which attributes are available for each version of the Call Processors and Unified Message Processors, respectively.

Supported Presence Server Provisioning Attributes lists attributes for Presence Processor.

Table 1 Provisioning Attribute Descriptions

Attribute

Description

AAR Calling Search Space

Automated alternate routing (AAR) calling search space.

AAR Destination Mask

Set Automated Alternate Routing (AAR) Destination Mask to the directory number.

AAR Group

Automated alternate routing (AAR) group.

AAR Keep Call History

Set the Automated Alternate Routing (AAR) Keep Call History to the directory number will retain the destination in the call forwarding history.

AAR Settings--Use Voicemail Check this check box to use settings in the Voice Mail Profile Configuration window.

Admin Username

User ID for the admin user. The default is admin.

The following usernames cannot be used: apache, daemon, nobody, root, and shutdown.

Admin Password

Password for the admin user.

Advertise G.722 and iSAC Codecs

Determines whether the endpoint application will advertise the wideband codecs to Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Codec negotiation involves two steps:

  • The endpoint application advertises the supported codecs to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (not all endpoints support the same set of codecs).
  • When Cisco Unified Communications Manager gets the list of supported codecs from all endpoints involved in the call attempt, it chooses a commonly supported codec based on various factors, including the region pair setting.

Valid values are:

  • Use System Default (Endpoint application will defer to the setting specified in the enterprise parameter Advertise G.722 Codec)
  • Disabled (Endpoint application will not advertise the wideband codecs to Cisco Unified Communications Manager)
  • Enabled (Endpoint application will advertise the wideband codecs to Cisco Unified Communications Manager).

Alerting Name

The name to be displayed when a call is made from the line.

When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${FIRSTNAME}, ${LASTNAME}, ${EXTENSION}, and ${USERID} keywords. The keywords are replaced with the user’s first name, last name, extension, or user ID, respectively.

Alternate Voicemail Extensions

One or more alternate extensions for the voicemail account.

You can use the Advanced Order Options to configure this provisioning attribute while placing an order for voicemail account (see Ordering Service for a User).

You can enter the following characters in the Alternate Voicemail Extension field:

  • numbers (0-9)
  • asterisk (*)
  • dash (-)
  • plus symbol (+)
  • percent (%)
  • backslash (\)
  • X character (X)
  • question mark (?)

Allow Applications from Android Market

Controls whether you can install Android applications from the Android Marketplace.

Allow Applications from Cisco AppHQ

Controls whether you are allowed to install applications from Cisco AppHQ.

Allow Applications from Unknown Sources

Controls whether you can install Android applications on the device from a URL or from Android packages (APK) that are received through email or instant message (IM), or from a Secure Digital (SD) card.

Allow Control of Device from CTI

When set to true, allows CTI to control and monitor the device. Valid values are True and False.

Allow EnergyWise Overrides

Specifies whether the energywise domain controller policy will allow to send power level updates to the endpoints.

Allow User-Defined VPN Profiles

Controls whether you can use the AnyConnect VPN client to create VPN profiles. If disabled, the user cannot create VPN profiles.

Alternate Number

Enter the alternate number that Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning is to direct calls to when calls are received on your primary phone.

Always on VPN

Indicates whether the device will always start the VPN AnyConnect client and establish a connection with the configured VPN profile from Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Always Use Prime Line

Choose one of the following options:

  • Off—When the phone is idle and receives a call on any line, the phone user answers the call from the line on which the call is received.
  • On—When the phone is idle (off hook) and receives a call on any line, the primary line gets chosen for the call. Calls on other lines continue to ring, and the user must select those lines to answer these calls.
  • Default—Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning uses the configuration from the Always Use Prime Line service parameter.

Always Use Prime Line for Voice Message

Choose one of the following options:

  • On—If the phone is idle, the primary line on the phone becomes the active line for retrieving voice messages when the user presses the Messages button on the phone.
  • Off—If the phone is idle, pressing the Messages button on the phone automatically dials the voice-messaging system from the line that has a voice message. If no line has a voice message, the primary line gets used when the user presses the Messages button.
  • Default—Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning uses the configuration from the Always Use Prime Line for Voice Message service parameter.

Android Debug Bridge (ADB)

Enables or disables the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) on the device.

Application Dial Rules URL

URL for the application’s dial rules.

AppHQ Domain

Domain of the Cisco AppHQ.

Area Code

Area code of the Site.

ASCII Alerting Name

The name to be displayed when a call is made from the line. Input can only be ASCII characters.

When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${FIRSTNAME}, ${LASTNAME}, ${EXTENSION}, and ${USERID} keywords. The keywords are replaced with the user’s first name, last name, extension, or user ID, respectively.

ASCII Display (Internal Caller ID)

What is displayed for an internal caller’s ID. If this field is left empty, the extension number is displayed. Input can only be ASCII characters.

When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${FIRSTNAME}, ${LASTNAME}, ${EXTENSION}, and ${USERID} keywords. The keywords are replaced with the user’s first name, last name, extension, or user ID, respectively.

ASCII Line Text Label

Text that identifies this directory number for a line/endpoint combination. Input can only be ASCII characters. When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${FIRSTNAME}, ${LASTNAME}, ${EXTENSION}, and ${USERID} keywords.

The keywords are replaced with the user’s first name, last name, extension, or user ID, respectively.

Also, in this field you can enter a template to manipulate the digits for the directory number displayed on the endpoint.

The template allows you to delete, insert, reorder, or change any digits of the directory number by embedding transformation masks inside the text string.

To understand how to set up the transformation template, see Configuring a Transformation Template for Provisioning Attributes.

Note   

If you are entering standard text (not a template), this field is limited to 30 characters. If you are entering a template, the limit is 60 characters.

Audio Profile

Configures audio settings such as noise suppression and echo.

Authentication Server URL

The URL that the endpoint uses to validate requests that are made to the endpoint's web server.

Auto Answer

Set auto-answer options.

Auto Barge

Indicates whether the auto-barge option is enabled or disabled.

Auto Line Select

Enable automatic line selection.

Automatic Port Synchronization

Enables the endpoint to synchronize the PC and SW ports to the same speed and to duplex.

BLF Audible Alert Setting (Phone Idle)

Choose one of the following options:

  • On—An audible alert sounds.
  • Off—No audible alert sounds.
  • Default

BLF Audible Alert Setting (Phone Busy)

Choose one of the following options:

  • On—An audible alert sounds.
  • Off—No audible alert sounds.
  • Default

BLF Presence Group

The group that specifies the end users and application users that can monitor this directory number.

Bluetooth

Indicates whether the Bluetooth device is enabled or disabled.

Busy Lampfield Info

Used to monitor the real-time status of a directory number or a SIP URI on the device. This is a part of the Cisco Unified Presence feature in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

The configuration fields for this attribute are described in the following list:

  • Index—Enter a number (between 1 to 199).
  • Destination—Do one of the following tasks to configure a SIP URI or a directory number as a Busy Lampfield:
    • For SIP phones, enter the SIP URI.
    • For SIP or SCCP phones, enter a directory number, using only numbers, asterisks (*), or pound (#) signs; or use the Directory Number drop-down list to choose a number. If you want to configure non-Cisco Unified Communications Manager directory numbers as Busy Lampfield, enter the directory number. If you configure the Destination field, do not choose an option from the Directory Number drop-down list. This field allows the following characters: numerals (0 to 9), asterisk (*), hash symbol (#), and plus symbol (+).
  • Directory Number—Displays a list of directory numbers that exist in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database. Configure this setting only if you did not configure the Destination field. For SCCP or SIP phones, choose the number that you want the system to dial when the speed-dial button is used. This field allows the following characters: numerals (0 to 9), asterisk (*), hash symbol (#), and backslash followed by plus symbol (\+).
  • Label—Enter the text that you want displayed. This field supports internationalization. If your phone does not support internationalization, Provisioning uses the text entered in the Label ASCII field.
  • Label ASCII—Enter the text that you want displayed for the Busy Lamp field. The Label ASCII field represents the noninternationalized version of the text that you enter in the Label field. The Label ASCII field is supported for Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.1.3 and later.
  • Call Pickup—To associate the Busy Lampfield button on a Cisco Unified IP Phone to a directory number. This allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to notify a phone user when a call is waiting to be picked up from the directory number. The directory number represents the Busy Lampfield directory number, and the phone that picks up the call to the Busy Lampfield directory number represents the Busy Lampfield call pickup initiator

When you provide the Busy Lampfield information in Batch Provisioning, you must use the following formats:

  • To Add, Change Order, and UpdatePA in Batch Provisioning— Index:DirectoryNumber:Label:LabelAscii:Destination:Call Pickup; This format replaces the existing values if the device already has Busy Lampfield values.
  • To Add and Change Order in Batch Provisioning— &Index:DirectoryNumber:Label:LabelAscii:Destination:Call Pickup; This format is used to modify a particular value in Busy Lampfield and retain the existing other Busy Lampfield values.

Busy Trigger

The maximum number of calls to be presented at the line before incurring a busy signal or being sent to call forwarding.

Built in Bridge

Enable or disable the built-in conference bridge for the barge feature.

Call Forward on CTI Failure

Check this check box to forward the calls to the specified destination when a peripheral gateway fails. This attribute is supported for Line, Extension Mobility Line, Remote Destination Profile Line and Line On a Shared Phone services. This attribute is also available in the Self-Care portal.

Call Pickup Group

Directory number that allows users to pick up incoming calls within their own group.

Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Idle)

This field determines the type of notification an incoming call sends to members of a call pickup group. If the called phone does not answer, the phones in the call pickup group that are idle will either hear a short ring (ring once) or hear nothing (disabled).

Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Active)

This field determines the type of notification an incoming call sends to members of a call pickup group. If the called phone does not answer, the phones in the call pickup group that are busy will either hear a beep only or hear nothing (disabled).

Caller ID

Determines the assigned ID of the caller.

Caller Input Keys

Configures the callers input keys. Available attributes are:

Locked—Allows True or False.

Action—Specifies an action for the key

Extension

Description

Call Handler

Directory Handler

Interview Handler

User with Mailbox

Attempt Transfer Or Go Greeting

Conversation

You can also specify whether extension dialing is allowed or not and a value for Wait for Additional Digits.

Calling Party Transformation CSS

Select the calling search space for calling party transformations.

Calling Search Space

Specifies the partitions that devices can search when attempting to complete a call.

Forward All CSS Activation Policy

If you select the With Configured CSS option, the Forward All Calling Search Space that is explicitly configured in the Directory Number Configuration window controls the forward all activation and call forwarding. If the Forward All Calling Search Space is set to None, no CSS gets configured for Forward All. A forward all activation attempt to any directory number with a partition will fail.

If you prefer to utilize the combination of the Directory Number Calling Search Space and Device Calling Search Space without explicitly configuring a Forward All Calling Search Space, select With Activating Device/Line CSS for the Calling Search Space Activation Policy.

CAPF feature

The Application User CAPF Profile Configuration allows you to issue locally significant certificates to secure application users. After you issue the certificate and perform other security-related tasks, a TLS connection opens between the CTI Manager service and the application that is activated on the server.

One Application User CAPF Profile corresponds to a single instance of an application on a server. For example, if you activate an application on two servers in the cluster, you must configure two Application User CAPF Profiles, one for each server. If you activate two different applications on the same server, you must configure two Application User CAPF Profiles, one for each application on the server.

CIP Profile

Configures the Cisco Unified Communications Manager CIP web service hostname that the Unified Presence Client can use for accessing phone services, authentication, and localization.

Cisco Camera

Indicates whether or not the camera functionality is enabled, provided the camera is connected to the endpoint.

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): PC Port

Allows an administrator to enable or disable CDP on the dock's PC port.

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): Switch Port

Allows an administrator to enable or disable CDP on the dock's switch port.

Cisco Usage and Error Tracking

Specifies the level of usage information submitted to Cisco Usage and Error Tracking system.

CME Line Configuration Template

Free-form text field to input Cisco IOS commands that are executed in Line configuration mode on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.

All CLI commands entered must be syntactically correct. Commands that change the line configuration mode (for example, exit) should not be used.

Do not use Line configuration commands (for example, number or description) in this template. They will overwrite the configuration done by Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning when provisioning the line product.

CME Phone Configuration Template

Free-form text field to input Cisco IOS commands that are executed in Phone configuration mode on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.

All CLI commands entered must be syntactically correct. Commands that change the line configuration mode (for example, exit) should not be used.

Do not use Phone configuration commands (for example, mac-address, description, button, type, or username) in this template. They will overwrite the configuration done by Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning when provisioning the endpoint.

Common Device Configuration

Configuration of common device settings, such as the Softkey Template and user locale.

Common Phone Profile

Configuration of common phone profiles such as phone personalization, VPN information, secure shell information and so on.

Company Photo Directory

Specifies the URL to query and get the image associated with you.

Conferencing Profile

Configures the settings that are related to Cisco MeetingPlace, including primary servers, standby servers, and the users associated with the profile.

Corporate Email Address

Specifies the corporate IT departments email address.

Country Code

Indicates the country code of the Site.

CTI Gateway Profile

Configures the settings related to the CTI gateway, including primary servers, standby servers, and the users associated with the profile.

CUE User Configuration Template

Free-form text field to input CLI commands for the EXEC and configuration modes for Cisco Unity Express. Include the appropriate CLI commands to enter and exit the configuration mode.

CUE Voicemail Configuration Template

Free-form text field to input CLI commands for the mailbox configuration mode for Cisco Unity Express.

Days Display Not Active

Specifies the days when the display is set off by default.

Default Call Protocol

Default call protocol for the device. The default value is SIP.

Note   

Only SIP protocol is supported when registering to Cisco Unified Communication Manager.

Detect Unified CM Connection Failure

Determines the sensitivity that the endpoint application has for detecting a connection failure to Cisco Unified Communications Manager, which is the first step before device failover to a backup Cisco Unified Communications Manager/SRST occurs.

Valid values are:

  • Normal (detection of a Unified CM connection failure occurs at the standard system rate). For faster recognition of a Unified CM connection failure, choose Normal.
  • Delayed (detection of a Unified CM connection failover occurs at approximately one-fourth the speed of Normal). If you prefer failover to be delayed slightly to give the connection the opportunity to reestablish itself, choose Delayed.

The precise time difference between Normal and Delayed connection failure detection depends on many variables that are constantly changing. This applies to wired Ethernet connection.

Device Description

Description to identify the purpose of the device.

Device Mobility Mode

Dynamically changes the location settings such as calling search space, region, date/time group, and SRST reference for roaming devices. Valid values are On, Off, and Default.

Device Pool

Device pool to be used by the device.

Device Security Mode

The security mode (authentication or encryption) to be used between the device and the Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Directory URI

Enter a directory URI to associate with the directory number for the ordered line. Follow the username@host format. You must also enter the partition to which the directory URI belongs.

If you are entering multiple URIs, click the Primary radio button to indicate the primary directory URI for an extension.

Directory Lookup Rules URL

URL for the directory lookup rules.

Directory URL

URL of the server from which the endpoint obtains directory information.

Disable Speakerphone

Disable device speakerphone.

Disable Speakerphone And Headset

Disable device speakerphone and headset.

Disable USB

Disable the USB ports on the device and dock.

Display (Internal Caller ID)

What is displayed for an internal caller’s ID. If this field is left empty, the extension number is displayed.

Display Idle Timeout

Free-form field that indicates how long to wait before the display is deactivated after being activated by user activity. If you leave this field blank, the device defaults to 1 hour.

The maximum value is 24 hours. Entering "1:30" disables the display after 1 hour and 30 minutes of inactivity. The inactivity timer continually resets itself during user activity.

Display On Duration

Indicates the amount of time the display will be active when it is turned on by the programmed schedule.

Display On Time

Indicates the time of day when the display will turn on automatically.

Digest User

End user who will be associated with the digest authentication (SIP security) setting. It supports SIP phone types only.

Display On When Incoming Call

Activates the display when the device in screen-saver mode and a call is coming in.

DND Incoming Call Alert

Specifies how a call is displayed on an endpoint when Do Not Disturb feature is enabled. Valid values are Beep Only, Disable, and Flash Only.

DND Option

Specifies how the Do Not Disturb feature handles incoming calls. The valid value supported in Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0.x is Ringer Off; 7.0.x supports Ringer Off, Call Reject, and Use Common Phone Profile Setting.

Do Not Disturb

Enable Do Not Disturb on the endpoint. Valid values are True and False.

Domain Name

Name of the domain.

Emergency Numbers

A comma-delimited list of emergency numbers (for example, 911). These numbers are dialed through GSM rather than the SoftPhone.

Enable Audible Alert

Enable alert messages that are audible.

Enable Cisco UCM App Client

Controls whether the Application Client runs on the device. When the Application Client is enabled, you can select the applications you would like to install from Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Enable Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator

Enable the Cisco Mobile Communicator.

Enable LDAP SSL

Enable the SSL connection to LDAP.

Enable LDAP User Authentication

Enable client user authentication for LDAP transactions.

Enable Mobile Voice Access

Enable mobile voice access for the user on the currently selected Call Processor.

Enable Mobility

Enable mobility feature for the user on the currently selected Call Processor.

Enable Power Save Plus

Specifies the days you want the endpoint to power off on schedule.

Enable ResyncMWI

Enable resynchronize MWI with the integrated Cisco Unified Communications Manager for the users added.

Enable Telnet

Allows administrator to enable or disable Telnet of the endpoint.

Enable User for Unified CM IM and Presence

Used to enable or disable Unified CM IM and Presence services.

EnergyWise Domain

Specifies the energywise domain in which the endpoint is participating.

EnergyWise Endpoint Security Secret

Specifies the password that is used to communicate within the energywise domain.

Fax Error Correction Mode Override

Specifies whether error correction mode (ECM) should be disabled for fax transmissions.

Fax Mode

Specifies the fax mode (fax pass-through or T.38 fax relay).

Feature Control Policy

Feature Control Policies allows you to enable or disable a particular feature and thereby control the appearance of certain features and softkeys that display on the endpoint. You can configure multiple Feature Control Policies. After you configure a Feature Control Policy, you must associate that policy to an individual endpoint or a group of endpoints.

Note   

Feature Control Policy attribute is supported only for Cisco Cius, Extension Mobility Access, Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971.

Forward All

Forward all calls.

Forward All Destination field allows the following characters: numeric (0-9), plus (+), asterisk (*), hash symbol (#), and uppercase X (X).

Forward All - Calling Search Space

Call-forward all call search space.

Forward Busy External

Forwards the calls when the line is in use and the busy trigger setting is reached. This is for external calls.

Forward Busy Internal

Forwards the calls when the line is in use and the busy trigger setting is reached. This is for internal calls.

Forwarded Call Information - Caller Name

Causes the caller name to display upon call forward.

Forwarded Call Information - Dialed Number

Causes the number that was redirected to display upon call forward.

Forwarded Call Information - Redirected Number

Causes the original dialed number to display upon call forward.

Forward No Answer External

Forwards the call when the endpoint is not answered and it reaches the configured no-answer ring duration, or when the destination is unregistered. This is for external calls.

Forward No Answer Internal

Forwards the call when the endpoint is not answered and it reaches the configured no answer ring duration, or when the destination is unregistered. This is for internal calls.

Forward No Coverage External

Forwards the call when it either exhausts or times out, and the associated hunt-pilot for coverage specifies Use Personal Preferences for its final forwarding. This is for external calls.

Forward No Coverage Internal

Forwards the call when it either exhausts or times out, and the associated hunt-pilot for coverage specifies Use Personal Preferences for its final forwarding. This is for internal calls.

Forward on CTI Failure Voice Mail

The Forward on CTI Failure field applies only to CTI route points and CTI ports. The settings in this row specify the forwarding treatment for external calls to this CTI route point or CTI port if the CTI route point or CTI port fails.

Check this check box to use settings in the Voice Mail Profile Configuration window.

Forward on CTI Failure Destination This setting specifies the directory number or directory URI to which an internal, non-connected call is forwarded when an application that controls that directory number fails.
Forward on CTI Failure Calling Search Space

This setting applies to all devices that are using this directory number.

When you choose a Calling Search Space for internal calls, the system automatically copies this setting to the Calling Search Space setting for external calls. If you want external calls to forward to a different calling search space, choose a different setting in the Calling Search Space for external calls.

Forward Unregistered External

Reroutes calls placed to a temporarily unregistered destination. This is for external calls.

Forward Unregistered Internal

Reroutes calls placed to a temporarily unregistered destination. This is for internal calls.

Forwarding Delay

Indicates whether the internal switch begins forwarding packets between the PC port and the switch port on the endpoint when the endpoint becomes active.

Geolocation

Specifies geographic locations for use with geographic location filters and logical partition policies.

Gratuitous ARP

Disables the acceptance of Gratuitous ARP packets, which devices use to announce the presence of the device on the network.

Hold Reversion Ring Duration (seconds) Enter a number from 0 to 1200 (inclusive) to specify the wait time in seconds before issuing a reverted callalert to the holding party phone.
Hold Reversion Notification Interval (seconds) Enter a number from 0 to 1200 (inclusive) to specify the interval time in seconds for sending periodic reminder alerts to the holding party phone.

Home Cluster

Indicates whether this cluster is the home cluster for the end user.

Hookflash Timer

Specifies the upper bound validation timer.

Idle Timer

Amount of time, in seconds, that elapses before the URL specified in the Idle URL option appears.

Idle URL

The URL that the endpoint displays when the endpoint has not been used for the time specified in the Idle URL timer.

Ignore Presentation Indicators

Used to configure call display restrictions on a call-by-call basis. Valid values are True and False.

Information URL

The URL of the help text that appears on the endpoint.

Inter Site Access Code

Specifies the inter site access code for cluster routing.

International Dialing Digits

Specifies the digits to dial for international access.

IVR Password

The password for IVR.

Join Across Lines

When this option is enabled, users can join calls across different lines that appear on their endpoint.

Join And Direct Transfer Policy

Indicates join and direct transfer policy for a same line and across lines.

LDAP Field Mappings

A semicolon delimited list of field mappings. Fields not specified use defaults.

LDAP Photo Location

A string to indicate the location of the photos in the LDAP directory. This may be either an LDAP field or a URL.

LDAP Profile

Configures the LDAP’s directory information, search context information, server information, and the users associated with the profile.

LDAP Search Base

Search Base for LDAP lookups.

LDAP Server

LDAP server name or IP address and port (for example, ldap.company.com:389). If no port is provided, the application attempts to choose the optimal port for the backend directory service.

Legacy Mailbox

The number used to identify a Cisco Unity user on a node in an Octel analog network.

Also, in this field you can enter a template to manipulate the digits for the number displayed.

The template allows you to delete, insert, reorder, or change any digits of the directory number by embedding transformation masks inside the text string.

To understand how to set up the transformation template, see Configuring a Transformation Template for Provisioning Attributes.

Line Groups

Used to designate the order in which directory numbers are chosen. Cisco Unified Communications Manager distributes an incoming call to idle or available members of a line group.

LLDP Asset ID

Allows an administrator to set the asset ID for Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP).

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP): PC Port

Allows the administrator to enable or disable Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) on the dock’s PC port.

Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media Endpoint Discover (LLDP-MED): PC Port

Allows the administrator to enable or disable Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP-MED) on the dock's PC port.

(LLDP-MED): Switch Port

Allows the administrator to enable or disable Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP-MED) on the dock's switch port.

LLDP Power Priority

Allows the administrator to set Power Priority for Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP).

Line Text Label

Use this field only if you do not want the directory number to appear for the line. Enter text that identifies this directory number for a line/endpoint combination. When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${FIRSTNAME}, ${LASTNAME}, ${EXTENSION}, and ${USERID} keywords. The keywords are replaced with the user’s first name, last name, extension, or user ID, respectively.

Also, in this field you can enter a template to manipulate the digits for the directory number displayed on the endpoint. The template allows you to delete, insert, reorder, or change any digits of the directory number by embedding transformation masks inside the text string.

To understand how to set up the transformation template, see Configuring a Transformation Template for Provisioning Attributes.

Note   

If you are entering standard text (not a template), this field is limited to 30 characters. If you are entering a template, the limit is 60 characters.

Local Number

Indicates the local number of the device.

Location

Location to use. Specifies the total bandwidth that is available for calls to and from this location.

Lock Device

This parameter allows the administrator to lock the device to prevent unauthorized user access.

Load Server

Indicates that the device will use an alternative server to obtain firmware loads and upgrades, rather than the defined TFTP server. This option enables you to indicate a local server to be used for firmware upgrades, which can assist in reducing installation times, particularly for upgrades over a WAN. Enter the hostname or the IP address (using standard IP addressing format) of the server. The indicated server must be running TFTP services and have the load file in the TFTP path. If the load file is not found, the load will not install. The device will not be redirected to the TFTP server. If this field is left blank, the device will use the designated TFTP server to obtain its load files and upgrades.

Log Server

Specifies an IP address and port of a remote system where log messages are sent.

Logged into Hunt Group

Indicates that the endpoint is currently logged into a hunt list (group). Valid values are On and Off.

Logging Display

Specifies what type of console logging is allowed.

Max Desk Pickup Wait Time

Maximum desk pickup wait time.

Maximum Fax Rate

Specifies the maximum fax rate to negotiate. This parameter applies only to fax transmissions using Cisco fax relay.

Maximum Number of Calls

Determines the maximum number of calls to be presented at the line.

Media Resource Group List

Media Resource Group List to use, otherwise the phone defaults to the phone specified in the device pool. A Media Resource Group List comprises a prioritized grouping of media resource groups. An application chooses the required media resource, such as a Music On Hold server, from the available media resources according to the priority order that is defined in a Media Resource Group List.

Media Termination Point Required

Required for SIP phone calls. Valid values are True and False.

Message Lamp Waiting Policy

Configures the handset lamp illumination policy.

Messages

Configures the messages URL.

MLPP Calling Search Space

The calling search space to associate with the alternate party target (destination) number.

MLPP Domain

Multilevel Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) Domain that is associated with this device.

MLPP Indication

Specifies whether a device that is capable of playing precedence tones will use the capability when it places an MLPP precedence call.

This provisioning attribute cannot be unset on some Cisco IP Phones and if the phones are SIP phones, you cannot change the setting for this attribute.

Following are the impacted Cisco IP Phones: 7905, 7906, 7911, 7912, 7940, 7941, 7941 G-GE, 7942, 7945, 7960, 7961, 7961 G-GE, 7962, 7965, 7970, 7971, and 7975.

While ordering Extension Mobility Access, you cannot unset this provisioning attribute for any phone button templates.

MLPP No Answer Ring Duration

Alternate-party no-answer ring duration.

MLPP Preemption

Specifies whether devices in the device pool that are capable of preempting calls in progress will use the capability when the devices place an MLPP precedence call.

This provisioning attribute cannot be unset on some Cisco IP Phones and if the phones are SIP phones, you cannot change the setting for this attribute.

Following are the impacted Cisco IP Phones: 7905, 7906, 7911, 7912, 7940, 7941, 7941 G-GE, 7942, 7945, 7960, 7961, 7961 G-GE, 7962, 7965, 7970, 7971, and 7975.

When ordering Extension Mobility Access, you cannot unset this provisioning attribute for any phone button templates.

MLPP Target

Alternate-party no-answer target.

Mobility User ID

Determines the User ID of the assigned user for the Nokia S60 or iPhone.

Module 1

Expansion module to use with the device.

While adding or changing an endpoint, you must select a supported expansion module (a module that is supported by the endpoint). If you select an unsupported expansion module, the order will fail.

Module 1 Load Name

Expansion module 1 load name.

Module 2

Expansion module to use with the device.

While adding or changing an endpoint, you must select a supported expansion module (a module that is supported by the endpoint). If you select an unsupported expansion module, the order will fail.

Module 3

Expansion module to use with the device.

When adding or changing an endpoint, you must select a supported expansion module (a module that is supported by the endpoint). If you select an unsupported expansion module, the order will fail.

Module 2 Load Name

Expansion module 2 load name.

Module 3 Load Name

Expansion module 3 load name.

Monitoring Calling Search Space

The monitoring calling search space of the supervisor line appearance must include the agent line or device partition to allow monitoring the agent.

Set the monitoring calling search space on the supervisor line appearance window. Choose an existing calling search space from the drop-down list box.

more Soft Key Timer

Reverts the soft keys displayed to the initial set after the more soft key is pressed.

MSISDN

Specifies the Mobile Station Integrated Services Digital Network (MSISDN) number. This attribute is supported only for Cisco Cius and Cisco Jabber for Tablet.

National Dialing Digits

Specifies the digits to dial for national access.

Network Hold Audio Source

The audio source that plays when the network initiates a hold action.

Network Locale

Network location associated with the endpoint user. The network location identifies a set of detailed information that supports the endpoint in a specific location, including definitions of the tones and cadences used by the phone.

Off-Net Access Code

Indicates the Off-Network access code of the Site.

Owner User ID

Determines the user ID of the assigned user for the endpoint. The user ID is recorded in the Call Detail Record for all calls made from the endpoint. This attribute can be used for directory search to support Directory URL.

When configuring this provisioning attribute, you can use the ${USERID} keyword. The keyword is replaced with the user’s ID.

You can update the user ID even after enabling Extension Mobility support flag for Unified CM 9.0 and above.

Owner User ID will be updated automatically during Change endpoint and Change Owner operations for Unified CM 9.0 and above.

Note   

Owner User ID will be updated even if you do not provide the value while provisioning endpoint for Unified CM 9.0 and above. This attribute will be automatically set to None for pseudo user.

Packet Capture Duration

Maximum number of minutes allotted for one session of packet capturing. The default setting is 0, and the range is from 0 to 300 minutes.

Packet Capture Mode

Configure this option if you need to troubleshoot encrypted signaling information.

Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External When the parkee is an external party, then the call will be forwarded to the specified destination in the parker's Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External parameter. If the Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External field value is empty, the parkee will be redirected to the parker's line.
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal When the parkee is an internal party, then the call will be forwarded to the specified destination in the parker's Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal parameter. If the Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal field value is empty, the parkee will be redirected to the parker's line.
Park Monitoring Reversion Timer

This parameter determines the number of seconds that Cisco Unified Communications Manager waits before prompting the user to retrieve a call that the user parked. This timer starts when the user presses the Park softkey on the endpoint, and a reminder is issued when the timer expires.

Default: 60 seconds

Party Entrance Tone

Choose one of the following options from the drop-down list box:

  • Default--Use the value that you configured in the Party Entrance Tone service parameter.
  • On--A tone plays on the endpoint when a basic call changes to a multi party. If the controlling device, that is, the originator of the multi party call has a built-in bridge, the tone gets played to all parties if you choose On for the controlling device.
  • Off--A tone does not play on the endpoint when a basic call changes to a multi party call.

PC Port

Indicates whether the PC port on the endpoint is enabled or disabled.

PC Port Remote Configuration

Allows remote configuration of the PC port speed and duplex of the device when docked. This overrides any manual configuration on the device.

PC Voice VLAN Access

Indicates whether the endpoint allows a device attached to the PC port to access the voice VLAN. Setting this option to No (disabled) prevents the attached PC from sending and receiving data on the voice VLAN.

Peer Firmware Sharing

Enables or disables peer-to-peer image distribution to allow a single device in a subnet to retrieve an image firmware file and distribute it to its peers. This reduces TFTP bandwidth and provides for a faster firmware upgrade time.

Phone Load Name

The custom software for the Cisco IP Phone. Value overrides the default value for the current model.

Phone Off Idle Timeout

Specifies the number of minutes that the device must be idle.

Phone Off Time

Determines the time when the phone turns off automatically on the days that are selected in the Enable Power Save Plus field.

Phone On Time

Determines the time when the phone turns on automatically on the days that are selected in the Enable Power Save Plus field.

Port Ranges for IP Communicator

Port ranges for IP Communicator.

Power Negotiation

Allows the administrator to enable or disable Power Negotiation. Enable the Power Negotiation feature when the dock is connected to a switch that supports it.

If a switch does not support it, you should disable Power Negotiation before you power up accessories over PoE. When the Power Negotiation feature is disabled, the dock can power up accessories up to 12.9W.

Presence and Chat Server (Primary)

Hostname or IP address of the primary presence and chat server.

Presence and Chat Server Type

Type of the presence and chat server.

Presence and Chat Single Sign-On (SSO) Domain

Enables or disables single sign on for presence and chat servers.

Presence Group

Specifies the end users and application users that can monitor this directory number.

Presence Status

Indicates whether presence information will be displayed for speed-dial numbers and call list entries.

Preset Wi-fi Networks

Comma-delimited list of preset wi-fi networks through which a client automatically attempts to register.

Privacy

Enables or disables the capability of users with phones that share the same line to view call status and to interrupt the call.

Primary Device

Enables you to configure the Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator in the Phone Configuration window if Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator is the secondary device.

Primary Phone

The physical phone that is associated with the application. This attribute is available only for Cisco IP Communicator, Cisco Jabber for Desktop, Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, and Cisco Jabber for iPhone.

Proxy Server URL

URL used to proxy HTTP requests for access to nonlocal host addresses from the phone HTTP client.

Quality Improvement Server

Specifies the hostname or IP address of a remote system from which to collect quality improvement reports from the device.

Recording Media Source

Choose one of the following options:
  • Gateway Preferred—Voice gateway is selected as the recording media source when the call is routed through a recording enabled gateway.
  • Phone Preferred-Phone is selected as the recording media source.

Recording Tone

Specifies whether the recording tone is enabled or disabled on the phone.

Recording Tone Duration

Specifies the length of time in milliseconds for which the recording tone is inserted in the audio stream.

Recording Tone Local Volume

Specifies the volume of the recording tone that the local party hears.

Recording Tone Remote Volume

Specifies the volume of the recording tone that the remote party hears.

Reject Anonymous calls Check this box to reject anonymous calls.

Remote Destination Limit

Maximal number of remote destinations for the user on the currently selected Call Processor.

Remote Node ID

The serial number of the node in an Octel analog network with which the Cisco Unity user is associated.

Rerouting CSS

The calling search space to use for rerouting. A sample value is CSSName.

Retry Video Call As Audio

Applies only to video endpoints that receive a call. If this phone receives a call that does not connect as video, the call tries to connect as an audio call.

Require DTMF Reception

For phones that are running SIP and SCCP, check this check box to enable DTMF reception.

Require Screen Lock

Indicates whether screen lock is required on the device. If None is selected, the device will not prompt for a PIN or password. The PIN and Password options require you to enter a password to unlock the screen. A PIN is a numeric password that is at least four digits long. A Password is an alphanumeric password, consisting of at least 4 alphanumeric characters, one of which must be a nonnumeric character, and one of which must be a capital letter.

Remote Device

Check this check box if you experience delayed connect times over SCCP pipes to remote sites.

Ring Setting (Phone Active)

The ring setting that is used when a phone has another active call on a different line.

Ring Setting (Phone Idle)

The ring setting that is used when a phone has another active call on a different line.

Room Name (from Exchange)

Exchange Conference Room Name (for TelePresence systems).

Route Partition

The partition to which the directory number belongs.

RTCP

Maintains statistic for audio.

Screen Lock Timeout

Maximum idle time, in minutes, before the device automatically locks the screen. After the screen is locked, the user password is required to unlock it.

SDIO

Indicates whether the SDIO device on the device is enabled or disabled.

Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All Choose the secondary calling search space from the drop-down list box.

Security Profile

The security profile that is used by the phone.
Note   

While creating an order for an endpoint, default values are set for the security profile attribute based on the selected protocol and model.

Services URL

URL for Cisco IP Phone Services.

SetOnly Attributes

List of provisioning attributes that can be set but cannot be stored or retrieved from the Call Processor during a synchronization.

You must enter the provisioning attribute information correctly in the text field. Provisioning does not validate your entries. If you enter an invalid value, the order may fail.

When placing a change order, you will not see the existing values set on the device; these values will be empty.

  • If you do not enter a value, the preexisting value is saved on the device.
  • If you enter a value, the new value is set on the device. If you enter the keyword CUPM_BLANK, an empty value is set on the device.

Do not use the setting CUPM_BLANK when configuring the following set-only attributes: Presence Group, Device Mobility Mode, or SIP Profile. These are mandatory attributes for Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Note   

The following provisioning attributes are converted from set-only provisioning attributes to fully-managed provisioning attributes:

  • Allow Control of Device from CTI
  • Device Mobility Mode
  • DND Incoming Call Alert
  • Logged into Hunt Group
  • Media Termination Point Required
  • Presence Group (Phone)
  • Primary Phone
  • SIP Profile
  • SIP Dial Rules
  • SUBSCRIBE Calling Search Space
  • Use Trusted Relay Point

Available set-only attributes:

  • Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy—Valid values are Off, On, and Default.
  • BLF Directed Call Park—Allows a user to transfer a call to an available user-selected, directed call park number. When setting or unsetting the set-only provisioning attribute BLF Directed Call Park, use the following guidelines:
    • When setting, use the following format: index1:DN1:partition1:label1:labelascii1; index2:DN2:partition2:label2:labelascii2 index = The position of the Directed Call Park (for example, 1, 2, 3, and so on). DN = The directory number. Label = The BLF Directed Call Park name. LabelASCII = The BLF Directed Call Park name in ASCII characters. This is repeated for each BLF Directed Call Park, semicolon delimited.
    • When unsetting, follow the index with empty values (for example, 1::::;).

SetOnly Attributes (continued)

  • When unsetting one BLF Directed Call Park index that is part of a set of BLF Directed Call Park indexes, you must list the old values that you want retained and enter empty values for the index you want unset. The information must be listed in order. For example, to unset index 3 in the following: 1:10:RP_T341:XXX:XXXASCII; 2:100:BATS-PT-NYC-PHONE:YYY:YYYASCII;3:200:BATS-PT-NYC-PHONE:ZZZ:ZZZASCII; You must enter the following: 1:10:RP_T341:XXX:XXXASCII;2:100:BATS-PT-NYC-PHONE:YYY:YYYASCII;3: : : : ;”
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Active)—Determines the type of notification an incoming call sends to members of a call pickup group. Valid values are Beep Only, Use System Default, and Disable.
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Idle)—Determines the type of notification an incoming call sends to members of a call pickup group. Valid values are Ring Once, Use System Default, and Disable.
  • Calling Search Space Activation Policy—Valid values are Use System Default, With Configured CSS, and With Activating Device/Line CSS.
  • Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)—Allows the administrator to enable or disable CDP. CDP should be disabled on the network port. If this endpoint is connected to a non-Cisco switch, CDP should be disabled on the network port. It is applicable to ATA 187 phone type only. Default value is Enabled.
  • Description—Description of the directory number and route partition. The description can include up to 50 characters, but it cannot include double quotes ("), percentage sign (%), ampersand (&), or angle brackets (<>).
  • Monitoring Calling Search Space—The monitoring calling search space of the supervisor line appearance must include the agent line or device partition to allow monitoring of the agent. A sample value is MonitoringCSSName.
  • MTP Preferred Originating Codec—Choose a codec to use if a media termination point is required for SIP calls. Valid values are 711ulaw, 711alaw, G729/G729a, and G729b/G729ab.
  • Recording Profile—Determines the recording profile on the line appearance of an agent. The default setting is None. A sample value is RecordingProfileName.
  • Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All—Used for forwarding the call. A sample value is CSSName.
  • Services—Cisco Unified IP Phone services. All services must be configured on Cisco Unified Communications Manager first. A sample value is ServiceName1!ServiceURL1;ServiceName2!ServiceURL2. To unset Services, you must enter the keyword CUPM_BLANK.
  • SURL—Assigns a button to a service that exists on a device and is configured by Provisioning rules. A sample value is buttonindex1:servicename1:label1:labelascii1;buttonindex2:servicename2:label2. To configure SURL, you must set the Services Set-only Provisioning Attribute. To unset SURL, you must enter the index followed by empty values (for example, 1:::;2:::;).

SetOnly Attributes (continued)

  • Impedance—Specifies the impedance of the analog ports. This attribute is applicable to the ATA 187 phone type only. Valid values, separated by semicolons are:
    • 600 ohms complex;600 Ohms real;900 Ohms complex;900 ohms real;
    • 220 ohms + (820 ohms || 115nF);270 ohms + (750 ohms || 150nF);
    • 370 ohms + (620 ohms || 310nF);
    • 600r, line = 270 ohms + (750 ohms || 150nF);320 + (1050 || 230 nF), line = 12Kft;
    • 600r, line = 350 + (1000 || 210nF);200 ohms + (680 ohms || 100nF).
  • Input Audio Level—Specifies the input level control (analog-to-digital path) of the Cisco ATA FXS ports. This attribute is applicable to the ATA 187 phone type only. The default value is NoDbPadding. Valid values are Minus14db, Minus13db, Minus12db, Minus11db, Minus10db, Minus9db, Minus8db, Minus7db, Minus6db, Minus5db, Minus4db, Minus3db, Minus2db, Minus1db, NoDbPadding, Plus1db, Plus2db, Plus3db, Plus4db, Plus5db, and Plus6db.
  • Output Audio Level—Specifies the output level control (analog-to-digital path) of the Cisco ATA FXS ports.
  • Caller Connect Polarity—Controls line polarity of the Cisco ATA FXS ports when Cisco ATA is the caller and a call is connected.
  • Caller Disconnect Polarity—Controls line polarity of the Cisco ATA FXS ports when Cisco ATA is the caller and a call is disconnected.
  • Callee Connect Polarity—Controls line polarity of the Cisco ATA FXS ports when Cisco ATA is the callee and a call is connected.
  • Callee Disconnect Polarity—Controls line polarity of the Cisco ATA FXS ports when Cisco ATA is the callee and a call is disconnected.
  • Call Sequence—Specifies the call sequence.
  • Offhook Validation Timer(50-1000ms)—This validation timer’s minimum and maximum values are 50ms and 1000ms.
  • Onhook Validation Timer(50-1000ms)—This validation timer’s minimum and maximum values are 50ms and 1000ms.
  • Hookflash Timer (100-1500ms)—This timer’s minimum and maximum values are 100ms and 1500ms.
  • On-hook Delay Timer (0-155s)—This timer’s minimum and maximum values are 0ms and 155s.

SIP Dial Rules

Provides local dial plans for Cisco Unified IP Phones, so that users do not have to press a key or wait for a timer before the call is processed.

Settings Access

Device settings access.

SIP Profile

Specifies the SIP attributes that are associated with SIP trunks and SIP endpoints. These attributes can be set only for SIP phone types.

Site Access Code

Specifies the access code of the Site.

Softkey Template

Softkey Template that determines the configuration of the softkeys on Cisco IP Phones.

Span to PC Port

Indicates whether the device will forward packets transmitted and received on the dock's network port to the PC port.

Select Enabled if an application is being run on the PC port that requires monitoring of the device's traffic such as monitoring and recording applications (common in call center environments) or network packet capture tools used for diagnostic purposes.

To use this feature PC Voice VLAN access must be enabled.

Speed Dial Info

Specifies the speed dial settings on the device.

Speed Dial Settings page has the following fields:

  • Index
  • Directory Number
  • Label
    Note   

    Speed dial directory number field allows the following characters: numerals (0 to 9), asterisk (*), plus sign (+), and hash symbol (#).

The speed dial directory number field allows comma characters to pause speed dialing. Any number of commas can be introduced between directory numbers. For a comma, the default delay is 2 seconds.

Comma can also be used to delimt the speed dial numbers. Comma in speed dial number is supported from Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.x version.

SSH Access

Indicates whether the device will accept ssh connections. Disabling the ssh server functionality of the device will block certain support capabilities such as log file collection but will not degrade normal operation.

Subscribe Calling Search Space

Determines how Cisco Unified Communications Manager routes presence requests from the device, server, or application that connects to the SIP trunk.

Subscriber CoS without TTS enabled

Class of Service Template used when disabling Unified Messaging on subscriber account in the Unified Message Processor.

Subscriber CoS with TTS Enabled

Class of Service Template used when enabling Unified Messaging on a subscriber account in the Unified Message Processor.

Subscriber Template without TTS Enabled

Subscriber Template used when disabling Unified Messaging on a subscriber account in the Unified Message Processor.

Subscriber Template with TTS Enabled

Subscriber Template used when enabling Unified Messaging on a subscriber account in the Unified Message Processor.

Switch ID

Provisioning attribute of Voicemail for Unity Device. Users with advanced ordering role or administrators can set this attribute.

Only integers are allowed. In the Unity Windows registry, you can find valid values that map to Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

This field is optional for add voice mail operation and mandatory for change voice mail operation.

Switch Port Remote Configuration

Allows remote configuration of the switch port speed and duplex of the device when docked. This overrides any manual configuration on the device.

Caution   

Configuring this port may cause the device to lose network connectivity when it is on the dock.

Telnet Password

Password to access Telnet.

Telnet Username

Username for the telnet shell user.

Transfer to Mobile Network

Activation and method for Handoff to GSM feature.

UC Service profile

Used to associate a service profile to an end user.

Unattended Port

If selected, calls can be redirected, transferred, or forwarded to an unattended port, such as a voicemail port.

By default, this check box is unchecked.

Urgent Priority Check this check box to interrupt interdigit timing when Cisco Unified Communications Manager must route a call immediately.

Use Device Pool Calling Party Transformation CSS

Choose this to use the Calling Party Transformation CSS configured in the device pool, which is assigned to the device.

Use Trusted Relay Point

Enables Cisco Unified Communications Manager to insert a Trusted Relay Point (TRP) for this media endpoint. Valid values are Off, On, and Default.

User Hold Audio Source

The audio source that plays when a user initiates a hold action.

User Locale

User location associated with the endpoint user. The user locale identifies a set of detailed information to support users, including language, font, date and time formatting, and alphanumeric keyboard text information.

Video Capabilities

Indicates whether the endpoint can participate in video calls when connected to an appropriately equipped PC.

Voicemail Profile

Configure the settings related to Cisco Unity/Unity Connection, including primary servers, standby servers, and the users associated with the profile.

Voicemail Server (Backup)

Hostname or IP address of the backup visual voicemail server.

Voicemail Server (Primary)

Hostname or IP address of the primary visual voicemail server.

Web Access

Indicates whether the endpoint's internal web server is enabled (Yes) or disabled (No). When disabled, you cannot access the endpoint's web pages.

Wifi

Indicates whether the Wi-Fi on the device is enabled or disabled.

Wi-Fi Hotspot Profile

Select a Wi-Fi Hotspot Profile from the drop-down list box.

Note   

The Wi-Fi Hotspot Profile attribute is supported only for Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650.

Wipe Device

This parameter allows the administrator to erase the user data and configuration on the device.

Wireless LAN Profile Group

Lists the Wireless LAN Profile Groups that are available for the endpoint.

Note   

Wireless LAN Profile Group attribute is supported only for Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650.

Wireless LAN Video Call Bandwidth (kbps)

Wireless bandwidth allocated to video calls. Valid values range from 0 to 4000. Leave this field blank to use the Cisco Unified Communications Manager default region value.

Supported Call Processor Provisioning Attributes

Products Provisioning Attributes

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

Cisco Unified Communications Manager

    8.0.x 8.5.x 8.6.x 9.0 9.1.1 9.1.2 10.x
AAR Settings Voicemail N N Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Destination Mask N N Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Group N N Y Y Y Y Y
Alternate Numbers Enable Enterprise Alternate Number N N N N N N Y
Number Mask N N N N N N Y
Advertise via Intercluster Lookup service N N N N N N Y
Add to Locale Route partition N N N N N N Y
Route Partition N N N N N N Y
Has priority N N N N N N Y
Directory URI Primary N N N Y Y Y Y
URI N N N Y Y Y Y
Partition N N N Y Y Y Y
Advertise N N N Y Y Y Y
+E.164 Alternate Numbers Enable +E164 Alternate Number N N N N N N Y
Number Mask N N N N N N Y
Advertise via Intercluster Lookup service N N N N N N Y
Add to Locale Route partition N N N N N N Y
Route Partition N N N N N N Y
Has priority N N N N N N Y
Enable Mobility Support Enable Mobile Voice Access Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Mobility Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Max Desk Pickup Wait Time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Remote Destination Limit Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Primary Device Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Extension Mobility Access DND Option Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Do Not Disturb Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ignore Presentation Indicators Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 2 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Domain Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Indication Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Preemption Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Locale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Privacy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Setting Access Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Set-only Attributes:            
  • BLF Directed Call Park
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • DND Incoming Call Alert
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Services
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • SURL
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Speed Dial Info Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Softkey Template Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y   Y Y
User Locale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Extension Mobility Line AAR Destination Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Keep Call History Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Display (Internal Caller ID) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Line Text Label Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Auto Answer Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Busy Trigger Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Pickup Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display (Internal Caller ID) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
External Phone Number Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward All Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Busy External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Busy Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Caller Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Caller Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Dialed Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Redirected Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Extension Mobility Line (continued) Forward No Answer External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Answer Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line Text Label Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line Groups Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Maximum Number of Calls Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Message Waiting Policy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Target Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Privacy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Route Partition Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ring Setting (Phone Active) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ring Setting (Phone Idle) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Extension Mobility Line (continued) Set-only Attributes
  • Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Active)
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Idle)
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Calling Search Space Activation Policy
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Description
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Monitoring Calling Search Space
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Presence Group
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Recording Option
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Recording Profile
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Voicemail Profile Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line AAR Destination Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Keep Call History Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Voicemail N Y Y Y Y Y Y
Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Display (Internal Caller ID) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Line Text Label Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Auto Answer Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Busy Trigger Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Pickup Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings- Calling Search Space Activation Policy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings- Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings- Forward On CTI Failure: Voicemail N N Y Y Y Y Y
Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings- Forward On CTI Failure: Destination N N Y Y Y Y Y
Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings-Forward On CTI Failure: Calling Search Space N N Y Y Y Y Y
Directory Number Settings- BLF Presence Group N Y Y Y Y Y Y
Directory Number Settings- Reject Anonymous Calls N N N Y Y Y Y
External Phone Number Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward All Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Busy External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Busy Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Caller Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line (continued) Forwarded Call Information - Caller Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Dialed Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Redirected Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Answer External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Answer Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
CME Line Configuration Template Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line Groups Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line Text Label Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Maximum Number of Calls Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Message Waiting Policy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Target Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line (continued) Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External: Voicemail N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External: Destination N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination External: CSS N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal: Voicemail N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal: Destination N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Destination Internal: CSS N N Y Y Y Y Y
Park Monitor Reversion Timer N N Y Y Y Y Y
Route Partition Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ring Setting (Phone Active) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ring Setting (Phone Idle) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line (continued) Set-only Attributes:
  • Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Active)
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Idle)
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Calling Search Space Activation Policy
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Description
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Monitoring Calling Search Space
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Presence Group
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Recording Option
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Recording Profile
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Urgent Priority N N N N N N Y
Voicemail Profile N N Y Y Y Y Y
Line Settings for All Devices Hold Reversion Ring Duration (seconds) N N N N N N Y
Hold Reversion Notification Interval (seconds) N N N N N N Y
Party Entrance Tone N N N N N N Y
Line (Index) on Device (DeviceName) Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Idle) N N N N N N Y
Call Pickup Group Audio Alert Setting (Phone Active) N N N N N N Y
Monitoring Calling Search Space N N N N N N Y
Phone AAR Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Advertise G.722 and iSAC Codecs Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow Applications from Android Market Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow Applications from Unknown Sources Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow Applications from Cisco AppHQ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow Applications from Cisco Marketplace Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow Energy Wise Overrides Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Allow User-Defined VPN Profiles Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Android Debug Bridge (ADB) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Application Dial Rules URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AppHQ Domain Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Authentication Server URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Auto Line Select Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Auto Barge Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Automatic Port Synchronization Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Bluetooth Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Built in Bridge Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Busy Lampfield Info Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Sequence Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Callee Connect Polarity Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Callee Disconnect Polarity Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Caller Connect Polarity Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Caller Disconnect Polarity Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Caller ID Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Calling Party Transformation CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cisco Camera Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): PC Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): Switch Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cisco Usage and Error Tracking Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
CME Phone Configuration Template Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Common Device Configuration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Common Phone Profile Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Company Photo Directory Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Days Display Not Active Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Detect Unified CM Connection Failure Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Device Description Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Device Pool Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Device Security Mode Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Digest User Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Directory URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Directory Lookup Rules URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Disable Speakerphone Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Disable Speakerphone and Headset Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display Idle Timeout Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display On Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display On Time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display On When Incoming Call Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
DND Option Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Disable USB Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Do Not Disturb Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Domain Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Emergency Numbers Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Audible Alert Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Enable LDAP User Authentication Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Cisco UCM App Client Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable LDAP SSL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable LDAP User Authentication Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Power Save Plus Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Enable Telnet Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Energy Wise Endpoint Security Secret Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Energy Wise Domain Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Fax Error Correction Mode Override Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Fax Mode Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ignore Presentation Indicators Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Impedance Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Input Audio Level Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
IVR Password Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Join And Direct Transfer Policy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LDAP Field Mappings Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LDAP Photo Location Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LDAP Server Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LDAP Search Base Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Link Layer Discovery Protocol - (LLDP): PC Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media Endpoint Discover (LLDP-MED): PC Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media Endpoint Discover (LLDP-MED): Switch Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LLDP Power Priority Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Lock Device Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Logging Display Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Maximum Fax Rate Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Mobility User Id Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 2 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 3 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarding Delay Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Generic IOS Commands N Y Y Y Y Y Y
Gratuitous ARP Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Hookflash Timer Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Idle URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Idle Timer Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Information Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
LLDP Asset ID Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Load Server Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Location Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Log Server Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Media Resource Group List Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Messages Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Domain Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Indication Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 1 Load Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 2 Load Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Module 3 Load Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
More Soft Key Timer Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Preemption Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Locale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Offhook Validation Timer(50-1000ms) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Onhook Delay Timer(0-155s) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Onhook Validation Timer(50-1000ms) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Output Audio Level Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Owner User ID Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
PC Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
PC Port Remote Configuration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
PC Voice VLAN Access Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Peer Firmware Sharing Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone Load Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone Off Idle Timeout Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone Off Time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone On Time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Port Ranges for IP Communicator Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Power Negotiation Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Presence and Chat Server (Primary) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Presence and Chat Server Type Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Presence and Chat Single Sign-On (SSO) Domain Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Presence Status Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Preset Wi-fi Networks Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Privacy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Proxy Server URL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Quality Improvement Server Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Recording Tone Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Recording Tone Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Recording Tone Local Volume Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Recording Tone Remote Volume Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Retry Video Call as Audio Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Require Screen Lock Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Rerouting CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  RTCP Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Security Profile Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued) Services Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Settings Access Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
SDIO Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Screen Lock Timeout Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Softkey Template Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Span to PC Port Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Speed Dial Info Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Set-only Attributes             Y
  • Allow Control of Device from CTI
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • BLF Directed Call Park
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Device Mobility Mode
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • DND Incoming Call Alert
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Logged into Hunt Group
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Media Termination Point Required
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • MTP Preferred Originating Codec
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Presence Group
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone (continued)
  • Primary Phone
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Services
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • SIP Profile
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Subscribe Calling Search Space
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • SURL
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Use Trusted Relay Point
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
SIP Dial Rules Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Switch Port Remote Configuration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Transfer to Mobile Network Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Telnet Password Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Telnet Username Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Use Device Pool Calling Party Transformation CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Locale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Video Capabilities Y Y Y   Y Y Y
Voicemail Server (Backup) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Voicemail Server (Primary) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Web Access Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Wifi Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Wipe Device Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Wireless LAN Video Call Bandwidth (kbps) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Remote Destination Profile Calling Party Transformation CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Device Description Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
DND Option Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Do Not Disturb Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ignore Presentation Indicators Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Privacy Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Rerouting CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Use Device Pool Calling Party Transformation CSS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Locale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Remote Destination Profile Line AAR Destination Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AAR Keep Call History Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Alerting Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
ASCII Display (Internal Caller ID) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Busy Trigger Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Call Pickup Group Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Display (Internal Caller ID) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
External Phone Number Mask Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward All Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Remote Destination Profile Line (continued) Forward Busy External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Busy Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Caller Name Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Caller Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Dialed Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forwarded Call Information - Redirected Number Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Answer External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Answer Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward No Coverage Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered External Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forward Unregistered Internal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Line Groups Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Maximum Number of Calls Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Calling Search Space Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MLPP Target Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Network Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Remote Destination Profile Line (continued) No Answer Ring Duration Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Set-only Attributes:              
  • Calling Search Space Activation Policy
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Description
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Presence Group
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
  • Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Hold Audio Source Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Voicemail Profile Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
User Services Enable User for Unified CM IM and Presence N N N Y Y Y Y
Home Cluster N N Y Y Y Y Y
UC Service Profile N N Y Y Y Y Y

Supported Unified Message Processor Provisioning Attributes

Table 2 Supported Unified Message Processor Provisioning Attributes

Product Group

Provisioning Attribute

Cisco Unity Express

Cisco Unity

Cisco Unity Connection

Voicemail

Alternate Voicemail Extensions

N

Y

Y

CUE User Configuration Template

Y

N

N

CUE Voicemail Configuration Template

Y

N

N

Enable ResyncMWI

N

Y

N

Legacy Mailbox

N

Y

N

Switch ID

N

Y

N

Remote Node ID

N

Y

N

Unified Messaging

UM Disabling Class Of Service Template

N

Y

Y

UM Enabling Class Of Service Template

N

Y

Y

UM Disabling Subscriber Template

N

Y

Y

UM Enabling Subscriber Template

N

Y

Y

Supported Presence Server Provisioning Attributes

Table 3 Supported Presence Server Provisioning Attributes

Products

Provisioning Attributes

Cisco Unified Communications Manager

8.0.x

8.5.x

8.6.x

Client User Settings

Audio Profile

Y

Y

Y

CIP Profile

Y

Y

Y

CGI Gateway Profile

Y

Y

Y

Conferencing Profile

Y

Y

Y

LDAP Profile

Y

Y

Y

Voicemail Profile

Y

Y

Y