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Voice Configuration Menu Codes

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Voice Configuration Menu Codes


Voice Configuration Menu Codes


This section contains a quick-reference list of the voice configuration menu options for the Cisco ATA. For information on using the voice configuration menu codes, see "Configuring the Cisco ATA for MGCP."

This section contains the following tables:

Cisco ATA Voice Menu Codes—Information Options

Cisco ATA Voice Menu Codes—Configuration Parameters

Cisco ATA  Voice Menu Codes—Software Upgrade


Note Follow each voice menu code with #.



Note The term Cisco ATA refers to both the Cisco ATA 186 and the Cisco ATA 188, unless otherwise stated.


Table A-1 lists codes to return basic Cisco ATA information.

Table A-1 Cisco ATA Voice Menu Codes—Information Options 

Option
Voice Menu Code
Description

Build information

123123

Build date of the Cisco ATA software

Review IP address

21

Returns IP address of the Cisco ATA

Review MAC address

24

Returns MAC address of the Cisco ATA

Review network route IP address

22

Returns IP address of the network route

Review subnet mask

23

Returns subnet mask of the network route

Version number

123

Returns version number of the Cisco ATA software


Table A-2 lists configuration codes. For additional information about these parameters, see ""Parameters and Defaults."

Table A-2 Cisco ATA Voice Menu Codes—Configuration Parameters 

Option
Voice Menu Code
Description

Audio mode

312

Allows finer control of the audio component to suit certain user applications

Caller ID method

316

Specifies the signal format when generating the Caller ID format to use

CA0orCM0

5

Primary call agent

CA1orCM1

6

Alternate call agent

Connection mode

311

Controls the connection mode of the call signaling protocol

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

20

Controls whether the Cisco ATA can automatically obtain configuration parameters from a server over the network

DNS 1 IP

916

IP address of the primary DNS server

DNS 2 IP

917

IP address of the secondary DNS server

Domain

931

Determines how the domain name portion of the endpoint identifier is constructed.

EPID0or SID0

46

MGCP endpoint ID for line 0 (Phone 1 port)

EPID1or SID1

47

MGCP endpoint ID for line 1 (Phone 2 port)

Static IP address

1

IP address of the Cisco ATA

LBR codec

300

Low-bit-rate codec selection

Media port

202

Specifies which base port the Cisco ATA uses to receive RTP media streams.

MGCPPort

201

The listening port for MGCP messages on the Cisco ATA

MGCP protocol

38

Selects the signaling protocol

MGCPVer

206

MGCP version string

NPrintf address

81

IP address of a host to which all Cisco ATA debug messages are sent

NumTXFrames

35

Sets the default RTP packet size

OpFlags

323

Enables operational features

PrfCodec

36

Specifies the preferred default codec

RetxIntv

203

First retransmission interval

RetxLim

205

Maximum number or times the Cisco ATA retransmits commands

Set password

7387277

Configuration interface password

Signal timers

318

Timeout values controlling the starting or stopping of a signaling event

Static network route address

2

Network router address

Static subnet mask

10

Specifies the subnet mask for the Cisco ATA.

TFTP URL

905

IP address of the TFTP server when TFTP configuration is used

UDP ToS bits

255

Determines the precedence and delay of UDP IP packets

Use TFTP

305

Enables TFTP as configuration method

VLANSetting

324

Enables VLAN ID and 802.1Q priority for Voice Audio IP packet and Signaling IP packet


Table A-3 lists codes used in the software upgrade process. For information about these codes, see "Upgrading the Cisco ATA Signaling Image."

Table A-3 Cisco ATA  Voice Menu Codes—Software Upgrade 

Option
Voice Menu Code
Description

Upgrade software

100

Used in the software process to enter the IP address of the PC

Upgrade language to English

101

Changes or upgrades the voice prompt language to English when upgrading software