Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G Administration Guide Release 7.0
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X -

Index

Numerics

802.11a standard 2-3

802.11b standard 2-3

802.11g standard 2-3

A

active mode 3-17

adding

users to Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7-20

AES

encryption description 2-16

AP

associating 2-10

Cisco Aironet Access Point 2-9

Cisco IOS version for wireless voice 2-19

description 2-9

troubleshooting 10-2

application button activation timer 7-15

application button priority 7-15

AP settings, identifying 10-8

authenticated call 1-11

authentication 1-7, 5-12

selecting type 4-14, 5-9

wireless network setting 5-9

auto-pickup 7-2

auto-registration

using 3-3

using with TAPS 3-3

auxiliary VLAN, description 2-10

B

barge 1-11, 7-3

BAT (Bulk Administration Tool) 3-4

battery

charging times with desktop charger 3-14

charging times with power supply 3-8

description 3-7

figure, installing in phone 3-9

installing and removing 3-7

types available 3-7

battery caution 3-6

charging 3-6

damaged 3-6

disposal 3-7

replacement re 3-7

temperature 3-6

battery safety notices 3-6

battery warning

disposal 3-6

explosion 3-6

block external to external transfer 7-3

Busy Lamp Field (BLF) speed dial 7-3

C

call

authenticated 1-11

encrypted 1-11

Call Back 7-3

call display restrictions 7-4

caller ID 7-5

call forward

all calls 7-4

display, configuring 7-4

loop breakout 7-4

loop prevention 7-4

call forward display, configuring 7-4, 7-6

calling party normalization 7-6

call park 7-5

call pickup 7-5

call statistics screen 8-1, 8-14

call waiting 7-5

CAPF (Certificate Authority Proxy Function) 1-9, 5-12

cautions

for battery pack 3-6

for charging battery pack 3-6

for damaged battery 3-6

for disposing of battery pack 3-7

for exposing battery pack to high temperatures 3-6

for replacing battery pack 3-7

for replacing power supply 3-7

translations 3-5

CDP

description 2-8

CDP settings 5-7

change password web page 4-40

Cisco Discovery Protocol, See CDP

Cisco IOS version, supporting wireless voice LAN 2-19

Cisco Unified Communications Manager

adding phone to database of 3-2

configuring DHCP settings 2-13

interacting with 2-12

restricting phone settings access 5-1, 5-2, 5-10

verifying settings 10-5

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration

adding telephony features 7-2

Cisco Unified IP Phone

configuration requirements D-1

configuring user services 7-18

installation overview 1-11, D-1

installation requirements D-1

modifying phone button templates 7-17

online help for A-3

using LDAP directories 7-19

Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone

configuration requirements 1-11

installation requirements 1-11

overview 1-1

web page 4-1, 9-1

Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone, See also wireless IP phone

Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone specifications C-1

client matter codes 7-6

conference 7-6

configurable call forward display 7-6

configuration

phones in Cisco Unified Communications Manager 1-12

configuration file

creating new 10-7

encrypted 1-9

overview 2-12

SEPxxxxxxxxxxxx.cnf.xml 2-12

XMLDefault.cnf.xml 2-12

configuring

AP tasks D-1

LDAP directories 7-19

network features on phone 1-5

overview 1-11, D-1

personal directories 7-19

phone book 4-31

phone button templates 7-17

softkey templates 7-16

user features 7-20

Wavelink settings 4-31, 6-1

CTL file

unlocking 8-3

CTL file screen 8-3

current configuration

viewing 8-9, 8-12

D

data VLAN 2-10

desktop charger

description 3-14

figure 3-13

using 3-14

device authentication 1-9

device information menu, about 8-1

DHCP

description 2-8

displaying settings 5-6

enable, network setting 5-4

gateway 2-13

interacting with 2-13

IP address 2-13

modifying settings 5-6

priority for TFTP server 2-13

scope settings 2-13

subnet mask 2-13

troubleshooting 10-8

directed call park 7-7

directory numbers, assigning manually 3-4

direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) 2-4

direct transfer 7-7

disable speakerphone 7-14

displaying, network statistics 8-12

disposal warning 3-6

DNS server

settings for TFTP server 2-13

troubleshooting 10-9

verifying settings 10-5

documentation

for users A-3

localized versions B-1

do not disturb-reject 7-8

dynamic host configuration protocol, See DHCP

E

editing configuration values, guidelines 5-4

encrypted call 1-11

encrypted configuration file 1-9

encryption

media 1-7, 1-9

signaling 1-7, 1-9

WEP key 4-18

erase configuration, procedure 10-18

explosive gas warning 3-5

extension mobility, description 7-8

F

features

configuring with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 1-5

informing users about 1-6

See also telephony features

file

creating new configuration 10-7

file authentication 1-9

firmware

verifying version 8-16

forced authorization codes 7-8

G

gratuitous ARP 7-14

group call pickup 7-9

H

help, using A-3

hold 7-9

hold reversion 7-9

hunt group 7-9

I

image authentication 1-8

immediate divert 7-9

Immediate Divert enhanced feature 7-9

installation

AP configuration tasks D-1

network requirements 3-1

preparing 3-2

installation warning 3-5

installing

requirements, overview 1-11, D-1

intercom 7-10

International Call Logging B-2

Internet Protocol (IP) 2-8

IP, description 2-8

IP address 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

troubleshooting 10-5

J

join 7-10

join across lines 7-10

L

last number redial 7-10

LDAP directories, using with Cisco Unified IP Phone 7-19

LEAP

description 2-15

light extensible authentication protocol, See LEAP

local configuration, erasing 10-18

Locale Installer B-1

localization

Installing the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Locale Installer B-1

Locally Significant Certificate (LSC) 5-12

log out hunt groups 7-10

M

MAC address

determining 3-2

malicious caller identification (MCID) 7-10

manufacturing installed certificate (MIC) 1-9

media encryption 1-9

meet-me conference 7-10

message waiting 7-11

metrics, voice quality 8-15, 9-6

MIC 1-9

mobile connect 7-11

mobile voice access 7-11

model information screen 8-1

multilevel precedence and preemption 7-11

music-on-hold 7-11

N

native VLAN 2-10

neighbor list utility 2-21

network configuration menu

displaying 5-3

displaying WLAN configuration menu 5-8

editing options 5-4

network connectivity, verifying 10-4

network features, configuring overview 1-5

networking protocol

CDP 2-8

DHCP 2-8

IP 2-8

RTP 2-8

SCCP 2-8

supported 2-7

TCP 2-9

TFTP 2-9

TLS 2-9

UDP 2-9

network outages, identifying 10-8

network protocol

LEAP 2-15

RTCP 2-8

network requirements, for installation 3-1

network settings

accessing on phone 5-1

configuring 5-1

DHCP enable 5-4

network statistics 9-3

network statistics, viewing 8-12

network statistics web page 9-2

O

on hook call transfer 7-11

online help, using A-3

open authentication, description 2-14

orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) 2-3, 2-4

other group pickup 7-11

out-of-range alert 7-11, 7-15

P

personal directories, configuring 7-19

phone book, using 4-31

phone button templates, modifying 7-17

phone mode

active 3-17

standby 3-18

phone operation for users A-1

phone resets, resolving problems 10-8

phones, installing 1-12

phone settings

access restrictions 5-1, 5-2, 5-10

menu 5-11

phone upgrade web page 4-40

phone web page

about 4-1, 9-1

accessing 4-5, 9-1

change password 4-40

installing drivers 4-1

network statistics 9-2, 9-3

phone upgrade 4-40

profile settings 4-8

summary information 4-7

system settings 4-36

trace logs 4-36, 4-37

trace settings 4-29

USB settings 4-28

plug-socket warning 3-5

powering on phone 3-16

power outage warning 3-5

power supply

connecting 3-10

figure, connected 3-11, 3-12

power supply replacement caution 3-7

power supply warning 3-5

presence-enabled directories 7-11

primary DNS server 2-14, 4-26, 5-7

primary gateway 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

primary TFTP server 5-7

privacy 7-12

product-specific configuration

application button activation timer 7-15

application button priority 7-15

disable speakerphone 7-14

gratuitous ARP 7-14

out-of-range alert 7-15

restrict data rate 7-15

scan mode 7-15

unlock-setting sequence 7-15

profile settings web page 4-8

Push to Talk service 7-12

Q

QBSS, description 2-10

QoS basis service set, See QBSS

QRT softkey 7-12

Quality of Service (QoS) 2-10

Quality Reporting Tool (QRT) 7-12

R

RADIUS server authentication, description 2-15, 2-16

real-time control protocol, See RTCP

real-time transport protocol, See RTP

received signal strength indicator, See RSSI

redial 7-12

resetting, phones 10-9

resolving startup problems10-1to 10-7

resolving voice quality problems10-7to 10-11

restrict data rate 7-12, 7-15

ring activity 7-12

ringlist.xml 7-22

ring tone, creating custom 7-22

roaming 2-6

fast and secure with CCKM 2-6

layer 3 2-6

Layer 3 with WLSM 2-6

mid-call 2-6

pre-call 2-6

resolving problems 10-7

RSSI, description 2-10

RTCP, description 2-8

RTP description 2-8

S

scan mode 7-15

SCCP description 2-8

secure SRST reference 1-9

secure tone indication 7-13

security

AES encryption 2-16

CAPF (Certificate Authority Proxy Function) 1-9, 5-12

device authentication 1-9

encrypted configuration file 1-9

file authentication 1-9

image authentication 1-8

manufacturing installed certificate (MIC) 1-9

media encryption 1-9

open authentication 2-14

RADIUS server authentication 2-15, 2-16

secure SRST reference 1-9

security profiles 1-9, 1-10

shared key authentication 2-14

signaling authentication 1-9

signaling encryption 1-9

static WEP encryption 2-16

TKIP encryption 2-16

WLAN overview 2-14

WPA authentication 2-16

WPA-Pre-shared key authentication 2-14

security configuration menu, about 8-1

security profiles 1-9, 1-10

SEPxxxxxxxxxxxx.cnf.xml configuration file 2-12

services

configuring for users 7-18

description 7-13

subscribing to 7-18

service set identifier, See SSID

shared key authentication, description 2-14

shared lines 7-13

short circuit protection warning 3-5

signaling authentication 1-9

signaling encryption 1-9

site survey

performing 2-20

verification steps 2-20

site survey utility

display values 2-21

skinny client control protocol, See SCCP

softkey templates, configuring 7-16

specifications

operating environment C-1

physical C-1

speed dial

default buttons for 7-18

hot key, assigning 4-35

speed dialing 7-2, 7-13

SRST

secure reference 1-9

SSID

associating to an AP 2-10

description 5-9

wireless network setting 5-9

standby mode 3-18

startup

resolving problems with 10-1

startup process

contacting Cisco Unified Communications Manager 3-20

DHCP disabled 2-13

steps and description 3-18

static settings

IP address 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

primary DNS server 2-14, 4-26, 5-7

primary gateway 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

primary TFTP server 5-7

subnet mask 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

statistics

call 8-14

network 9-3

statistics, network 8-12

status information 8-9, 8-12

status menu 8-1, 8-8

subnet mask 2-13, 4-26, 5-6

summary information web page 4-7

survivable remote site telephony (SRST)

IP address of router 8-4

symptom

phone resets 10-8

system log server 10-17

T

TAPS (Tool for Auto-Registered Phones Support) 3-3

TCP

description 2-9

telephone receiver warning 3-6

telephony features

auto-pickup 7-2

barge 1-11, 7-3

block external to external transfer 7-3

Busy Lamp Field (BLF) speed dial 7-3

call display restrictions 7-4

caller ID 7-5

call forward 7-4

call forward configurable display 7-4

calling party normalization 7-6

call park 7-5

call pickup 7-5

call waiting 7-5

Cisco Call Back 7-3

client matter codes 7-6

conference 7-6

configurable call forward display 7-6

configuration references 7-2

descriptions 7-2

directed call park 7-7

direct transfer 7-7

do not disturb-reject 7-8

extension mobility 7-8

forced authorization codes 7-8

group call pickup 7-9

hold 7-9

hold reversion 7-9

hunt group 7-9

immediate divert 7-9

join 7-10

last number redial 7-10

log out hunt groups 7-10

malicious caller identification (MCID) 7-10

meet-me conference 7-10

mobile connect 7-11

mobile voice access 7-11

multilevel precedence and preemption 7-11

music-on-hold 7-11

no not disturb (DND) 7-7

on hook call transfer 7-11

other group pickup 7-11

out-of-range alert 7-11

presence-enabled directories 7-11

Push to Talk service (XML application) 7-12

redial 7-12

restrict data rate 7-12

ring activity 7-12

secure tone indication 7-13

services 7-13

shared lines 7-13

speed dialing 7-13

supported 7-2

Time-of-Day Routing 7-13

transfer 7-13

voice messaging system 7-13

template

phone button, modifying 7-17

TFTP

description 2-9

troubleshooting 10-4

TFTP server

assigning to phone 4-26, 5-7

options 4-26, 5-7

Time-of-Day Routing 7-13

TKIP

encryption description 2-16

trace logs web page 4-36, 4-37

trace route

option on phone 10-17

trace settings web page 4-29

transfer 7-13

transmission control protocol, See TCP

transport layer security

See TLS

trivial file transfer protocol, See TFTP

troubleshooting

AP settings 10-2, 10-8

Cisco Unified Communications Manager settings 10-5

DHCP 10-8

DNS 10-9

DNS settings 10-5

general information 10-14

IP addressing and routing 10-5

logging information 10-17

network connectivity 10-4

network outages 10-8

phones resetting 10-9

services on Cisco Unified Communications Manager 10-6

TFTP settings 10-4

VLAN configuration 10-9

wireless IP phone 10-1

Trust List screen 8-4

U

UDP description 2-9

unlock-settings sequence 7-15

USB configuration 4-1

displaying menu 5-13

USB settings web page 4-28

user datagram protocol, See UDP

User Options web page

description 7-21

giving users access to 7-21

specifying options that appear 7-21

users

accessing voice messages A-4

adding to Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7-20

documentation for A-3

international, supporting B-1

required information A-1

wireless IP phone information A-1

V

verifying

Cisco Unified Communications Manager settings 10-5

firmware version 8-16

network settings 10-4

VLAN

assigning separate SSIDs 2-10

auxiliary, for voice traffic 2-10

native, for data traffic 2-10

separate voice for QoS 2-10

verifying 10-9

voice messaging system 7-13

voice quality, resolving problems 10-7

voice quality metrics 8-15, 9-6

voice VLAN 2-10

W

warnings

definition 3-5

for battery disposal 3-6

for battery explosion 3-6

for disposal 3-6

for explosive gas 3-5

for installation 3-5

for plug socket 3-5

for power outages 3-5

for power supply 3-5

for short circuit protection 3-5

for telephone receiver 3-6

translations 3-5

Wavelink software, using 4-31, 6-1

WDS, wireless domain server 2-7

web page

configuring phone settings 4-1

WEP encryption, description 2-16

WEP key

setting up encryption 4-18

Wi-Fi (802.11b) 2-3

wireless domain server (WDS) 2-7

wireless IP phone

adding manually to Cisco Unified Communications Manager 3-4

adding to Cisco Unified Communications Manager 3-2

adding using auto-registration 3-3

adding using auto-registration with TAPS 3-3

adding using BAT 3-4

battery 3-7

configuration file 2-12

feature overview 1-4

figure 1-2

keys 1-2

phone modes, active and standby 3-17

powering on 3-16

registering 3-2

registering with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 3-3, 3-4

supported networking protocols 2-7

troubleshooting 10-1

troubleshooting tips 10-14

wireless IP phone, See also Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone

wireless local area network, See WLAN

wireless network settings

authentication 5-9

SSID 5-9

WLAN

components 2-7

security 2-14

voice quality 2-10

WLAN configuration menu 5-8

WLAN security mode

authentication types 4-14

WLSM, wireless LAN services module 2-6

WPA

encryption with TKIP, description 2-16

WPA authentication, description 2-16

WPA-pre-shared key authentication, description 2-14

X

XMLDefault.cnf.xml configuration file 2-12