Introduction

This guide explains each xml tag used in the config.xml file of Cisco IP Phone Multiplatform Phones. Each tag represents a parameter in the phone.

Each xml tag definition includes details such as command syntax, default value, and description.

Use this guide with the following Cisco IP Phone Multiplatform Phones.

6800 Series

7800 Series

8800 Series

Cisco IP Phone 6821 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 6841 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 6851 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 6861 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 6871 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 7811 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 7821 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 7841 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 7861 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Conference Phone 7832 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8811 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8841 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8851 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8861 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8845 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Phone 8865 Multiplatform Phones

Cisco IP Conference Phone 8832 Multiplatform Phones


Note

This guide doesn't contain parameters of ATA and DECT phones.


Revision History

Release

What's New and Update

Firmware Release 11.3(7)

Connect_on_Bootup

Disable_Side_USB_Port

Enable_Direct_PLK_Configuration

LDAP_Unified_Search_Enable

PAC_URL

Proxy_Host

Proxy_Mode

Proxy_Password

Proxy_Port

Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication

Proxy_Username

Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_

VPN_Password

VPN_Server

VPN_Tunnel_Group

VPN_User_Name

Webex_Directory_Enable

Webex_Directory_Name

Firmware Release 11.3(6)

Forward_Softkey

Display_Recents_From

Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call

Webex_Onboard_Enable

Webex_Directory_Enable

Webex_Directory_Name

Firmware Release 11.3(5)

Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call

MIC_Cert_Info

MIC_Cert_Provisioning_Status

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Enable

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Rule

Share_Line_Event_Package_Type

Trans_Auth_Rule

Trans_Auth_Type

Voice_Mail_Enable_n_

Firmware Release 11.3(4)

Introduced document for Cisco IP Phone Multiplatform Phones XML parameters running SIP Firmware Release 11.3(4) with Cisco BroadWorks 24.0.

This version contains only Rel 11.3(4) parameters.

Firmware Release 11.3(3)

Introduced document for Cisco IP Phone Multiplatform Phones XML parameters running SIP Firmware Release 11.3(3) with Cisco BroadWorks 24.0.

This version contains only Rel 11.3(3) parameters.

Firmware Release 11.3(2)

Introduced document for Cisco IP Phone Multiplatform Phones XML parameters running SIP Firmware Release 11.3(2) with BroadSoft BroadWorks 23.0.

This version contains only Rel 11.3(2) parameters.

ACD_Logged-off_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

ACD_Logged-off_LED

Example:

<ACD_Logged-off_LED ua="na">c=o</ACD_Logged-off_LED>

Web Parameter

ACD Logged-off LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence state when the ACD PLK selected line has logged off ACD. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att console

ACD_Logged-on_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

ACD_Logged-on_LED

Example:

<ACD_Logged-on_LED ua="na">c=g;p=n</ACD_Logged-on_LED>

Web Parameter

ACD Logged-on LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence state when the ACD PLK selected line has logged on ACD. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is mandatory and p is optional where default behavior is "no blink with solid color" if it is not specified.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att Console

ACD_Status_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

ACD_Status_n_

Example:

<ACD_Status_1_ ua="na">Sync From Local</ACD_Status_1_>

where n is the extension from 1 to 16

Web Parameter

ACD Status

Default Value

Sync From Server

Allowed Values

Option list: Sync From Server|Sync From Local

Units

Options without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Sync From Server: When phone boots up, it will get ACD initial status from server, which is the legacy behavior.

Sync From Local: When the phone boots up, status is changed to "Registered" from "Unregistered" or "Registration failed", or registration destination ip address is changed due to failover, fallback or DNS response is changed, , it will set ACD status to the most recent local value.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

ACD Settings

Add_Contacts_to_Directory_Personal

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Add_Contacts_to_Directory_Personal

Example:

<Add_Contacts_to_Directory_Personal ua="na">Yes</Add_Contacts_to_Directory_Personal>

Web Parameter

Add Contacts to Directory Personal

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to add contacts to the BroadSoft Personal directory instead of the local personal address book.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

Allowed_APIs

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Allowed_APIs

Example:

<Allowed_APIs ua="na">.*</Allowed_APIs>

Web Parameter

Allowed APIs

Default Value

.*

Allowed Values

String/regular expression

.*: All APIs are allowed

/api/Call/v1/.*: All v1 Call interface calls are allowed.

/api/Call/v1/(Dial|Hangup): Only the v1 Call interface calls Dial and Hangup are allowed.

Units

String without units

Limits

String

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

ua=na

Description

A regular expression that can be used to limit the API calls that are allowed from the controlling server.

The regular expression provided is matched with the Request-URI path provided in the API request from the controlling server. If the entire path is not matched by the given regular expression, the API call is rejected.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

API

Assistant_Call_Filter

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Assistant_Call_Filter

Example:

<Assistant_Call_Filter ua="na">Yes</Assistant_Call_Filter>

Web Parameter

Assistant Call Filter

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to show the Call filter menu on the phone screen for the assistant role. Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

Phone Model

Supported by 6871 and 8800 Series (not including 8832)

Labels

Phone Menu Visibility

Audio_Overload_Point_9dB

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Audio_Overload_Point_9dB

Example:

<Audio_Overload_Point_9dB ua="rw">No</Audio_Overload_Point_9dB>

Phone Web Parameter

N/A

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw. Available on XML config file only. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Customer can use 9dB as the acoustic overload point when they select ETSI standard. It is not found on the Web UI.

Phone Model

Supported by 6841, 6851, 6861, 6871, 8811, 8851, 8861

Labels

Audio

Auto_Available_After_Sign-In_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Auto_Available_After_Sign-In_n_

n is the extensions number of the phone.

Example:

<Auto_Available_After_Sign-In_1_
ua="na">Yes</Auto_Available_After_Sign-In_1_>

Web Parameter

Auto Available After Sign-In

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Sets the agent status to Available automatically when the user signs into the phone as a call center agent.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

ACD Settings

Auto_Register_When_Failover

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Auto_Register_When_Failover

Example:

<Auto_Register_When_Failover_1_
ua="na">Yes</Auto_Register_When_Failover_1_>

Web Parameter

Auto Register When Failover

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls the fallback duration.

If set to Yes, the fallback happens only when current registration expires, which means only a REGISTER message can trigger fallback.

For example, when the value for Register Expires is 3600 seconds and Proxy Fallback Intvl is 600 seconds, the fallback is triggered 3600 seconds later and not 600 seconds later. When the value for Register Expires is 600 seconds and Proxy Fallback Intvl is 1000 seconds, the fallback is triggered at 1200 seconds. After successfully registering back to primary server, all the SIP messages go to primary server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

BLF_List_URI

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

BLF_List_URI

Example:

<BLF_List_URI ua="na">uri_name@server</BLF_List_URI>

Web Parameter

BLF List URI

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

uri_name@server

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

The Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) of the Busy Lamp Field (BLF) list that you have set up for a user of the phone, on the BroadSoft server.This field is only applicable if the phone is registered to a BroadSoft server. The BLF list is the list of users whose lines the phone is allowed to monitor.

The BLF List URI must be specified in the format <URI_name>@<server>. The BLF List URI specified must be the same as the value configured for the List URI: sip parameter on the BroadSoft server. Perform one of the following:

In the phone configuration file with XML(cfg.xml), enter a string in this format:

<BLF_List_URI ua="na">MonitoredUsersList@sipurash22.com</BLF_List_URI>

On the phone web interface, specify the BLF list that is defined on the BroadSoft server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

BLF

BLF_List_Feature_Options

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

BLF_List_Feature_Options

Example:

<BLF_List_Feature_Options ua="na">prk</BLF_List_Feature_Options>

Phone Web Parameter

BLF List Feature Options

Default Value

blf+sd+cp

Allowed Values

blf+sd+cp|prk

Units

String without units

Limits

Options

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI

Description

This parameter decides which functions are enabled for those BLF List URI auto-assigned linekeys. Enables One-Button Call Park and there is no need to enter a combination of key strokes for parking and unparking a call.

  • blf+sd+cp —BLF List URI auto-assigned linekey will support "BLF", "Speed Dial" and "Call Pickup" functions.

  • prk—BLF List URI auto-assigned linekey will only support "Call Park/Unpark" function.

Phone Model

Supported by 78xx, 88xx, and 68xx except 7811, 7832 and 8832.

Labels

Att console

Block_Anonymous_Call_Enable_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Block_Anonymous_Call_Enable_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Block_Anonymous_Call_Enable_n_ ua="na">Yes</Block_Anonymous_Call_Enable_n_>

Web Parameter

Block Anonymous Call Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables synchronization of Anonymous Call Rejection between a specific line and a BroadSoft server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

XSI Line Service

Broadsoft_Call_History_Key_List

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Broadsoft_Call_History_Key_List

Example:

<Broadsoft_Call_History_Key_List ua="na">option|1;call|2;editcall|3</Broadsoft_Call_History_Key_List>

Web Parameter

Broadsoft Call History Key List

Default Value

option|1;call|2;editcall|3;back|4;

option|1;call|2;editcall|3;

Allowed Values

Supported strings: option, call, editcall, filter, and back.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Defines the values for the softkeys Option, Call, Edit call, Filter, and Back for All, Placed, Received, and Missed calls history list.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

PSK

Browse_Mode_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Browse_Mode_Enable

Example:

<Browse_Mode_Enable ua="na">Yes</Browse_Mode_Enable>

Web Parameter

Browse Mode Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Directory Display Mode. When enabled, the contact list will be shown when you enter a directory.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

Call_Statistics

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Call_Statistics

Example:

<Call_Statistics ua="na">No</Call_Statistics>

Web Parameter

Call Statistics

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

ua=na

Description

Specifies whether the phone sends end-of-call statistics within SIP messages when a call terminates or is put on hold.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

RTP

Call_Waiting_Enable_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Call_Waiting_Enable_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Call_Waiting_Enable_n_ ua="na">Yes</Call_Waiting_Enable_n_>

Web Parameter

Call Waiting Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables synchronization of Call Waiting between a specific line and a BroadSoft server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

XSI Line Service

Cfwd_All

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Cfwd_All

Example:

<Cfwd_All ua="rw">No</Cfwd_All>

Web Parameter

Cfwd All

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Forwards all calls. The setting of this parameter takes precedence over Cfwd Busy and Cfwd No Answer.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

UI/CCTRL

Cfwd_Busy

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Cfwd_Busy

Example:

<Cfwd_Busy ua="rw">No</Cfwd_Busy>

Web Parameter

Cfwd Busy

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Forwards calls only if the line is busy.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

UI/CCTRL

Cfwd_No_Answer

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Cfwd_No_Answer

Example:

<Cfwd_No_Answer ua="rw">No</Cfwd_No_Answer>

Web Parameter

Cfwd No Answer

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Forwards the incoming call only if the call isn’t answered for a waiting interval.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

UI/CCTRL

Cfwd_Setting

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Cfwd_Setting

Example:

<Cfwd_Setting ua="rw">Yes</Cfwd_Setting>

Web Parameter

Cfwd Setting

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in user level, honored with ua = rw. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Provides a user the ability to modify the call forward settings from the phone web page.

This parameter isnot available in Release 11.3(2). It is available in Release 11.3(1) and earlier.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

UI/CCTRL

Call_Forward_On_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Call_Forward_On_LED

Example:

<Call_Forward_On_LED ua="na">c=r;p=n</Call_Forward_On_LED>

Web Parameter

Call Forward On LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a Color. This is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence state when the call forward PLK indicates that the selected line's call forward state is On. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is mandatory and p is optional where default behavior is "no blink with solid color" if it is not specified

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att Console

Call_Forward_Off_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Call_Forward_Off_LED

Example:

<Call_Forward_Off_LED ua="na">c=o</Call_Forward_Off_LED>

Web Parameter

Call Forward Off LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence state when the call forward PLK indicates that the selected line's call forward state is Off. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is mandatory and p is optional where default behavior is "no blink with solid color" if it is not specified

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att Console

Connect_on_Bootup

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

<Connect_on_Bootup>

Example:

<Connect_on_Bootup ua="rw">No</Connect_on_Bootup>

Web Parameter

Connect on Bootup

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to connect to the specified VPN server automatically after the phone reboots.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 6821, 7832, and 8832

Labels

VPN

Control_Server_URL

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Control_Server_URL

Example:

<Control_Server_URL ua="na"/>

In the phone web page enter the URL of a WebSocket server.

<Control_Server_URL>wss://my-server.com
/ws-server-path</Control_Server_URL>

Web Parameter

Control Server URL

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

URL

Units

URL

Limits

URL

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

The URL of a WebSocket server to which the phone attempts to stay connected.

URL should be in one of the following formats:

For a nonsecure HTTP connection: ws://your-server-name/path

For a secure HTTPS connection: wss://your-server-name/some-path

We recommend a secure connection.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Remote SDK

Customizable_PLK_Options

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Customizable_PLK_Options

Example:

<Customizable_PLK_Options ua="na">mwi;sd;blf;shortcut;dnd;</Customizable_PLK_Options>

Example: sd;blf;cp;dnd;acd;callinfo

Example: proxycall;callpush;callretrieve;divert;bridgein

Web Parameter

Customizable PLK Options

Default Value

sd

Allowed Values

dnd|acd|callinfo|calllist|cfwd|lcr|proxycall|callpush|callretrieve|divert|bridgein|shortcut

Units

String without units

Limits

String Length range is 0 to 511

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables users to configure features on the line keys.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Att Console

Device_Administration

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Device_Administration

Example:

<Device_Administration ua="na">Yes</Device_Administration>

Web Parameter

Device Administration

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available as Device administrationon the LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to show the Device administration menu on the phone screen. Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone Menu Visibility

Device_Config_Version

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Device_Config_Version

Example:

<Device_Config_Version ua="na">2021-01-05-v1</Device_Config_Version>

Web Parameter

N/A

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

Any string

Units

String without units

Limits

0–64 characters

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI and the phone web page.

Description

Customizes the product configuration version that shows as the menu item Configuration version on the phone screen Product information.

If the tag doesn't exist in the cfg.xml file or the parameter value is empty, the menu item doesn't display on the phone screen.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone Menu

Disable_DF

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Disable_DF

Example:

<Disable_DF ua="na">Yes</Disable_DF>

Web Parameter

Disable DF

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether an IP packet can be fragmented.

When the parameter is set to Yes, the Don't Fragment (DF) bit is disabled. In this case, the network can fragment an IP packet. This is the default behaviour.

When the parameter is set to No, the Don't Fragment (DF) bit is enabled. In this case, the network can't fragment an IP packet. This setting doesn't allow fragmentation in cases where the receiving host doesn't have sufficient resources to reassemble internet fragments.

Phone Model

All models

Labels

Network Settings

Disable_Side_USB_Port

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Disable_Side_USB_Port

Example:

<Disable_Side_USB_Port ua="na">No</Disable_Side_USB_Port>

Web Parameter

Disable Side USB Port

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to disable or enable the side USB port on the phone (if the phone has this port).

When the side USB port is disabled, it doesn't work on the phone. And it doesn't charge the connected device.

Phone Model

Supported by 8851, 8861, and 8865

Labels

Power Settings

Display_Recents_From

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Display_Recents_From

Example:

<Display_Recents_From ua="na">Phone</Display_Recents_From>

Web Parameter

Display Recents From

Default Value

Phone

Allowed Values

Option list: Phone|XSI Server|Webex

Units

String without units

Limits

Options

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, which is honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Sets the source of recent call histories that the phone retrieves from.

This parameter is associated with the parameter CallLog Enable.

When CallLog Enable is set to Yes, the phone can display the Display recents from field in the Recents screen. The user can select the source of the call histories through the Display recents from field.

The Webex option from the Display recents from field displays only when the phone connects to the Webex.

Phone Model

All MPP phones supports options XSI Server and Phone. Option Webex is only supported by onlyrted 8800 Series and 8832

Labels

Calls

Display_XMPP_User_ID_With_Top_Priority

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Display_XMPP_User_ID_With_Top_Priority

Example:

<Display_XMPP_User_ID_With_Top_Priority ua="na">Yes</Display_XMPP_User_ID_With_Top_Priority>

Web Parameter

Display XMPP User ID With Top Priority

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Displays the XMPP user ID with the highest priority at the top left of the phone screen.

If enabled, the XMPP user ID overrides other display names, for example, Station Name.

Phone Model

Supported by 8800 Series

Labels

Directory

Divert_Off_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Divert_Off_LED

Example:

<Divert_Off_LED ua="na">c=r</Divert_Off_LED>

Web Parameter

Divert Off LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence when the Divert PLK indicates that the selected line's divert state is Off. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is mandatory and p is optional where default behavior is "no blink with solid color" if it is not specified.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att Console

DND_Off_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

DND_Off_LED

Web Parameter

DND Off LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Turns off the DND LED pattern on the phone screen.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Calls

DND_On_LED

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

DND_On_LED

Example:

<DND_On_LED ua="na">c=r</DND_On_LED>

Web Parameter

DND On LED

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

COLOR (c)g = GREENr = REDa = AMBERo = OFFWhen you set COLOR to OFF, PATTERN is ignored even if you set it.

PATTERN (p)b = Blink with a ColorThis is equivalent to the system default of Slow Blink.n = No Blink, Solid Color

Examples:

LED =Solid Red

User Input = c=r; p=n

c=r

LED = Blinking Amber

User Input= c=a; p=b

LED = OFF

User Input= c=o

Refer to "Color-Pattern Key" and "Sample LED Configurations" in the Admin Guides.

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The LED color and cadence when the DND PLK indicates that the selected line's DND is On. It will follow the LED Pattern which is defined by customers. The LED Pattern Format is c=<COLOR> [; p=<PATTERN>]. c is mandatory and p is optional where default behavior is "no blink with solid color" if it is not specified.

Phone Model

All 68xx, 78xx, 88xx, phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

Att Console

Enable_Direct_PLK_Configuration

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Enable_Direct_PLK_Configuration

Example:

<Enable_Direct_PLK_Configuration ua="na">Yes</Enable_Direct_PLK_Configuration>

Web Parameter

Enable Direct PLK Configuration

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether the extension of a line key must be disabled to apply the Programmable Line Key (PLK) configuration.

Before the 11.3(7) release, you must disable the extension of a line key to apply the PLK configuration.

If the parameter is set to Yes, you can skip disabling the extension of a line key, and you can directly configure the PLK on a line key.

If the parameter is set to No, you still need to disable the extension of a line key to apply the PLK configuration.

To make this feature take effect, ensure that the <Proxy_n_> and <User_ID_n_> are empty, where n is the extension number of the line key.

Note 

The Direct PLK Configuration feature on a certain line key doesn't work in the following situations:

  • <Make_Call_Without_Reg_n_> is Yes, where n is the extension number of the line key.

  • <Bluetooth_Mode> is Handsfree or Both, and <Line> is configured with a number. For example, <Line> is 2. In this case, the feature doesn't work on the line key with the extension number 2.

The Direct PLK

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7811, 7832, and 8832

Labels

Line Key

Executive_Assistant_Role

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Executive_Assistant_Role

Example:

<Executive_Assistant_Role ua="na">Default</Executive_Assistant_Role>

Web Parameter

Executive Assistant Role

Default Value

Default

Allowed Values

Option list: Default|Executive|Assistant

Units

Options without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Preassigns the executive-assistant role to a phone extension.

This preassignment doesn't directly determine the executive-assistant role of the phone. Both the preassignments on the extensions and the role settings by the BroadWorks server determine the executive-assistant role of the phone.

Phone Model

Supported by 6871 and 8800 Series (not including 8832)

Labels

Executive Assistant

Extended_Function_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Extended_Function_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Call park to a line key

  • For a private line, enter

    nc=prk;sub=$USER@$PROXY;nme=CallPark-Slot1
  • For a shared line, enter

    fnc=prk;sub=$USER@$PROXY;nme=Call-Park1;orbit=<DN of primary line>

You can configure this feature on the line key on which Extension is disabled .

where:

fnc= prk means function=call park

sub= 999999 is the phone to which the call parks. Replace 999999 with a numbers.

nme= XXXX is the name displayed on the phone for the call park line key. Replace XXXX with a name.

Example:

<Extended_Function_2_
ua="na">fnc=prk;sub=$USER@$PROXY;nme=CallPark-Slot1</Extended_Function_2_>

A line key as a phone menu shortcut

Example:

<Extended_Function_1_ ua="na">fnc=shortcut;url=userpref;nme=User
Preferences</Extended_Function_1_>

Web Parameter

Extended Function

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String, the well-formated one is "fnc=type(;name=value)*", where * means zero or more repeats

Units

String without units

Limits

String Length: 0 to 511

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Adds extended functions to a line key.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Line key

Extension_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Extension_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Extension_1_ ua="na">Disabled</Extension_1_>

Web Parameter

Extension

Default Value

n

where n is the extension (1-10) assigned to a line key.

Allowed Values

Drop-down list: n|Disabled

where n is the extension (1to10) assigned to a line key.

Units

Options with integer and string.

Limits

Options

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on the LCD UI.

Description

Specifies the n extension to be assigned to Line Key n.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Line Key

EXT_SIP_Port

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

EXT_SIP_Port

Example:

<EXT_SIP_Port_1_ua="na">5060</EXT_SIP_Port_1_>

Web Parameter

EXT SIP Port

Default Value

5060

Allowed Values

Integer (0-9), String

Units

Integer

Limits

0 to 65535

User or Admin

Admin

Description

The external SIP port number.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

Factory_Reset_Menu

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Factory_Reset_Menu

Example:

<Factory_Reset_Menu ua="na">Yes</Factory_Reset_Menu>

Web Parameter

Factory Reset Menu

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Specifies if the user requires authentication to access Factory reset menu on the phone.

This parameter can be customized to Yes or No only when the Require Authentication for LCD Menu Access parameter is set to Customized.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

User Authentication Control for Phone menus

Feature_Activation_Code_Sync

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Feature_Activation_Code_Sync

Example:

<Feature_Activation_Code_Sync_n_ ua="na">Yes</Feature_Activation_Code_Sync_n_>

where n is the extension number.

Web Parameter

Feature Activation Code Sync

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enable or disable sending FAC code to server when dial vertical activation code.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Call Feature setting

Firewall

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Firewall

Example:

<Firewall ua="na">Enabled</Firewall>

Web Parameter

Firewall

Default Value

Enabled

Allowed Values

Option list: Disabled|Enabled

Units

Options without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

ua=na

Description

Improves phone security by by hardening the operating system. Tracks the ports for incoming and outgoing data. It detects incoming traffic from unexpected sources and blocks the access. Your firewall allows all outgoing traffic.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Security

Firewall_Config

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Firewall_Config

Example:

<Firewall_Config ua="na">NO_ICMP_PING</Firewall_Config>

Web Parameter

Firewall Options

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

NO_ICMP_PING, NO_ICMP_UNREACHABLE, NO_CISCO_TFTP

The following keywords and options apply when the phone runs custom apps that handle incoming requests.

UDP:<xxx>, UDP:<xxx:yyy>, TCP:<xxx>, TCP:<xxx:yyy>

Units

String without units

Limits

String

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

ua=na

Description

Configures additional options in the Firewall Options field. Type the keyword for each option in the field, and separate the keywords by commas (,). Some keywords have values. Separate the values by colons (:).

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Security

Forward_Softkey

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Forward_Softkey

Example:

<Forward_Softkey ua="na">All Cfwds</Forward_Softkey>

Web Parameter

Forward Softkey

Default Value

All Cfwds

Allowed Values

Option list: All Cfwds|Only the Cfwd All

Units

String without units

Limits

Options

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, which is honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Allows the user to set up all call forward services or only the Call Forward All service by a specific softkey. Options are:

  • All Cfwds: The user can set up all call forward services, including Call Forward All, Call Forward Busy, and Call Forward No Answer by a specific softkey. In this setting, the softkey is Forward.

    After the user sets up any of the call forward services, the softkey changes to Clf fwd. And the user can disable all call forward services by pressing it.

  • Only the Cfwd All: The user can only set up the Call Forward All service by a specific softkey. In this setting, the softkey is Forward all.

    After the user sets up the Call Forward All service, the softkey changes to Clf fwd all. And the user can disable the Call Forward All service by pressing it.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

UI/CCTRL

Group_n_Paging_Script

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Group_1_Paging_Script

n is the group ID (1-10)

Example:

<Group_1_Paging_Script ua="na">pggrp=224.168.168.168:34560;name=Group_1;
num=800;listen=yes;pri=1;codec=g722</Group_1_Paging_Script>

Web Parameter

Group n Paging Script

Default Value

pggrp=224.168.168.168:34560;name=All;num=800;listen=yes;

Allowed Values

String

Units

String

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

A string to configure the phone to listen for and initiate multicast paging. You can add a phone to up to 10 paging groups.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Multiple paging

ice_stun_enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

ice_stun_enable

Example:

<ice_stun_enable>Yes</ice_stun_enable>

Web Parameter

N/A

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean/Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level through xml configuration file (Webex Calling Server). Honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on the LCD UI.

Description

Optimizes media path for calls.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

NAT

Idle_Key_List

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Idle_Key_List

Example:

<Idle_Key_List
ua="rw">psk2;em_login;acd_login;acd_logout;astate;redial;cfwd;dnd;lcr;</Idle_Key_List>

Web Parameter

Idle Key List

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Programmable softkey fields. Enter a string in these fields to configure softkeys that display on the phone screen. You can create softkeys for speed dials to numbers or extensions, vertical service activation codes (* codes), or XML. Configure the PSKs in this format:

Speed Dial:

fnc=sd;ext=extension_number@$PROXY;vid=n;nme=display_name

Vertical Service Activation Code:

fnc=sd;ext=star_code@$PROXY;vid=n;nme=display_name

XML Service:

fnc=xml;url=http://server_IP/services.xml;vid=n;nme=display_name

Menu shortcut:

fnc=shortcut;url=userpref;nme=User preferences

When you add a programmable softkey to a softkey list, such as Idle Key List, Missed Call Key List, and so on, the programmable softkey displays on the phone screen.

Perform one of the following:

In the phone configuration file with XML(cfg.xml), enter a string in this format:

<PSK_1 ua="na">fnc=xml;url=http://server_IP/services.xml;vid=n;
nme=display_name</PSK_1 ua="na">

In the phone web interface, set the PSKs in the valid format or scripts.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

PSK

Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call

Example:

<Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call ua="na">Yes</Keep_Focus_On_Active_Call>

Web Parameter

Keep Focus On Active Call

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to keep the focus on the active call on the phone screen when the phone receives an incoming call.

  • Yes: When a user is on an active call and receives one or more incoming calls, the focus still remains on the active call. However, if the user places the active call on hold, the focus automatically moves from the active call to the incoming call. If there are multiple incoming calls, the focus always moves to the first one.

  • No: When a user is on an active call and receives an incoming call, the focus automatically moves from the active call to the incoming call.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Calls

LDAP_StartTLS_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

LDAP_StartTLS_Enable

Example:

<LDAP_StartTLS_Enable ua="na">Yes</LDAP_StartTLS_Enable>

Web Parameter

StartTLS Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

  • StartTLS Enable = Yes: If Ldap_server is ldap://server:port, then phone will start to send Start_TLS request. If Ldap_server is ldaps://server:port, then phone will keep LDAPs and will ignore this parameter.

  • StartTLS Enable = No: Phone will keep the existing behavior.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

LDAP

LDAP_Prompt_For_Empty_Credentials

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

LDAP_Prompt_For_Empty_Credentials

Example:

<LDAP_Prompt_For_Empty_Credentials ua="na">Yes</LDAP_Prompt_For_Empty_Credentials>

where n is the extension number.

Web Parameter

N/A

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Hidden. Not available on LCD UI.

ua=na

Description

Enable or disable the LDAP sign-in prompt when there’s no user credential on the phone. This function is used only for the simple authentication method that involves the anonymous simple bind operation.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

LDAP

LDAP_Unified_Search_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

LDAP_Unified_Search_Enable

Example:

<LDAP_Unified_Search_Enable>Yes</LDAP_Unified_Search_Enable>

Web Parameter

Unified Search Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes/No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin.

Description

When the parameter is set to Yes, it enables the unified search for the LDAP directory.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone

Max_Display_Records

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Max_Display_Records

Example:

<Max_Display_Records ua="na">50</Max_Display_Records>

Web Parameter

Max Display Records

Default Value

50

Allowed Values

50 to 999

Units

Record number

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Maximum display records for a directory.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7811 and 7832

Labels

Directory

MediaSec_Request_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

MediaSec_Request_n_

where n is the extension number (1 to 16) of the phone

Example:

<MediaSec_Request_1_ ua="na">Yes</MediaSec_Request_1_>

Phone Web Parameter

MediaSec Request

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI

Description

Specifies whether the phone initiates media plane security negotiation with the server.

  • Yes—The phone initiates media plane security negotiations.

  • No—The phone doesn't initiate negotiations but can handle negotiation requests from the server.

Phone Model

All models

Labels

SIP

MediaSec_Over_TLS_Only_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

MediaSec_Over_TLS_Only_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<MediaSec_Over_TLS_Only_1_ ua="na">No</MediaSec_Over_TLS_Only_1_>

Web Parameter

MediaSec Over TLS Only

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Options: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies the signaling transport protocol over which media plane security negotiation is applied.

Before setting this field to Yes, ensure that the signaling transport protocol is TLS.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Security

MIC_Cert_Info

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

N/A

Web Parameter

MIC Cert Info

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

N/A

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for both user and admin. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Shows the overall status of the MIC certificate renewal procedure.

For example, Renewed or Not Renewed.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Secure

MIC_Cert_Provisioning_Status

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

N/A

Web Parameter

MIC Cert Provisioning Status

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

N/A

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for both user and admin. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Shows the status of the Manufacture Installed Certificate (MIC) certificate to see whether the SUDI server has renewed the certificate successfully. This parameter contains the following information:

  • Date and time of the last renewal

  • Request URL to the SUDI service

  • Result message (success or failure)

The information shows in this format:

<time><url><result message>

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Secure

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Enable

Example:

<MIC_Cert_Refresh_Enable ua="na">Yes</MIC_Cert_Refresh_Enable>

Web Parameter

MIC Cert Refresh Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to enable the MIC certificate renewal procedure.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Secure

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Rule

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

MIC_Cert_Refresh_Rule

Example:

<MIC_Cert_Refresh_Rule ua="na">http://hostname.cisco.com/</MIC_Cert_Refresh_Rule>

Web Parameter

MIC Cert Refresh Rule

Default Value

http://sudirenewal.cisco.com/

Allowed Values

URL

Units

URL

Limits

URL

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

HTTP URL for requesting the renewed MIC certificate from the SUDI server.

Note 

Currently, only the default URL can be used for the MIC certificate renewal.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Secure

Noise_Removal

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Noise_Removal

Example:

<Noise_Removal ua="rw">No</Noise_Removal>

Web Parameter

Noise Removal

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to enable or disable the noise removal feature on the phone.

Phone Model

Supported by 8800 Series

Labels

Acoustic Setting

PAC_URL

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

PAC_URL

Example:

<PAC_URL ua="rw">http://proxy.department.branch.example.com/pac</PAC_URL>

Web Parameter

PAC URL

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 511 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

The URL that instructs the phone to retrieve a Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file.

TFTP, HTTP, and HTTPS are supported.

The parameter configuration takes effect when the Proxy Mode is Auto and Use Auto Discovery (WPAD) is set to No. For details, see Proxy_Mode and Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

Peripheral_Inventory_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Peripheral_Inventory_Enable

Example:

<Peripheral_Inventory_Enable ua="na">Yes</Peripheral_Inventory_Enable>

Web Parameter

Peripheral Inventory Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Enables the phone to report the connected or disconnected peripheral information to the server.

When the parameter is set to Yes, the peripheral inventory headers are included in the SIP Register message. When set to No, the headers are not included in the SIP message.

When one peripheral is connected or disconnected to the phone, next scheduled Register provides the peripheral information in the Peripheral-Data header. All subsequent Registers do not carry peripheral information. The Peripheral-Data header is included for each peripheral, for example, if there are two headsets present, the header appears twice.

Phone Model

Supported by 6851, 6871, and 8800 Series (not including 8832)

Labels

SIP

Personal_Directory_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Personal_Directory_Enable

Example:

<Personal_Directory_Enable
ua="na">Yes</Personal_Directory_Enable>

Web Parameter

Personal Directory Enable

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Enables the personal address book directory for the phone user.

When you disable the directory,

  • users can't search contacts from their personal address book

  • users can't add a contact in their personal address book

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory Services

Precondition_Support_n_

XML Tag Name

Precondition_Support_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Precondition_Support_1_ua="na">Enabled</Precondition_Support_1_>

Web Parameter

Precondition Support

Default Value

Disabled

Allowed Values

Option list: Disabled|Enabled

Units

Options without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Determines whether the phone includes the precondition tag (defined in RFC 3312) in the Supported header field.

  • Disabled: The phone doesn't include the precondition tag in the Supported header filed. And the phone doesn't return the 183 response when it receives the INVITE request that contains the QoS precondition in the SDP description.

  • Enabled: The phone includes the precondition tag in the Supported header field.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP Settings

Programmable_Softkey_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Programmable_Softkey_Enable

Example:

<Programmable_Softkey_Enable ua="rw">Yes</Programmable_Softkey_Enable>

Web Parameter

Programmable Softkey Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Enables or disables the programmable softkeys. Set this field to Yes to enable the programmable softkeys.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

PSK

Profile_Rule_Menu

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Profile_Rule_Menu

Example:

<Profile_Rule_Menu ua="na">Yes</Profile_Rule_Menu>

Web Parameter

Profile Rule Menu

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Specifies if the user requires authentication to access Profile rule menu on the phone.

You can customize this parameter to Yes or No only when you set the Require Authentication for LCD Menu Access parameter to Customized.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

User authentication to phone menus

Proxy_Fallback_Intvl

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Fallback_Intvl

Example:

<Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_n_ ua="na">60</Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_n_>

n is the extension number.

Web Parameter

Proxy Fallback Intvl

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

Units

Seconds

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

The proxy failback requires a value other than zero specified in the Proxy Fallback Intvl field on the Ext (n) tab in the phone web interface. If you set this field to 0, the SIP proxy failback feature is disabled.

The time when the phone triggers a failback depends on the phone configuration and the SIP transport protocols in use.

To enable the phone to perform failback between different SIP transport protocols, set SIP Transport to Auto on the Ext (n) tab in the phone web interface. You can also configure this extension-specific parameter in the configuration file with the following XML string:

<SIP_Transport_n_ ua="na">Auto</SIP_Transport_n_>

where n is the extension number.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy_Host

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Host

Example:

<Proxy_Host ua="rw">proxy.example.com</Proxy_Host>

Web Parameter

Proxy Host

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 255 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies an IP address or hostname of the proxy host server that the phone uses. For example:

proxy.example.com

The scheme (http:// or https://) is not required.

The parameter configuration is required if the Proxy Mode is set to Manual. For details, see Proxy_Mode.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

Proxy_Mode

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Mode

Example:

<Proxy_Mode ua="rw">Off</Proxy_Mode>

Web Parameter

Proxy Mode

Default Value

Off

Allowed Values

Auto|Manual|Off

Units

Options without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Determines which proxy mode that the phone uses or to disable the HTTP proxy feature on the phone. Options are:

  • Auto: In this mode, the phone retrieves a Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file that defines how to automatically choose an appropriate proxy server. This mode contains the following methods:

    • Web Proxy Auto-Discovery (WPAD): Uses DHCP server or DNS Service Discovery, or both to automatically retrieve a PAC file.

    • Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) URL: Specifies a PAC URL that can locate to a PAC file.

  • Manual: In this mode, the user needs to manually specify a proxy server (a hostname or IP address) and a proxy port. If the proxy server requires authentication, then the user needs to further enter the username and password to access the server.

  • Off: The HTTP proxy feature is disabled on the phone.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

Proxy_Password

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Password

Example:

<Proxy_Password ua="rw">Example</Proxy_Password>

Web Parameter

Password

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Provides the password of the specified username that the proxy server requires.

The parameter configuration is required when Proxy Mode is set to Manual and Proxy Server Requires Authentication is set to Yes. For details, see Proxy_Mode and Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

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Proxy

Proxy_Port

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Port

Example:

<Proxy_Port ua="rw">3128</Proxy_Port>

Web Parameter

Proxy Port

Default Value

3128

Allowed Values

Integer (0-9), String

Units

Integer

Limits

0 to 65535

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies a port number of the proxy host server that the phone uses.

The parameter configuration is required if the Proxy Mode is set to Manual. For details, see Proxy_Mode.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication

Example:

<Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication ua="rw">No</Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication>

Web Parameter

Proxy Server Requires Authentication

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Selects the option according to the actual behaviour of the proxy server. If the proxy server requires the user to provide authentication credentials, select Yes. Otherwise, select No.

If the parameter is set to Yes, the proxy server requires username and password to grant the access right. For details, see Proxy_Username and Proxy_Password.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

Proxy_Username

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Proxy_Username

Example:

<Proxy_Username ua="rw">Example</Proxy_Username>

Web Parameter

Username

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

Strings without units

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies a username for the authentication purpose of the proxy server.

The parameter configuration is required when Proxy Mode is set to Manual and Proxy Server Requires Authentication is set to Yes. For details, see Proxy_Mode and Proxy_Server_Requires_Authentication.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

PRT_HTTP_Header

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

PRT_HTTP_Header

Example:

<PRT_HTTP_Header ua="na">x-cisco-spark-canary-opts</PRT_HTTP_Header>

Web Parameter

PRT HTTP Header

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

a-z, A-Z, 0-9, underscore (_), and hyphen (-)

Units

N/A

Limits

Maximum of 127 characters

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Specifies the HTTP header for the URL in PRT Upload Rule.

The parameter value is associated with PRT HTTP Header Value.

Only when both parameters are configured, the HTTP header is included in the HTTP request.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Provisioning

PRT_HTTP_Header_Value

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

PRT_HTTP_Header_Value

Example:

<PRT_HTTP_Header_Value ua="na">always</PRT_HTTP_Header_Value>

Web Parameter

PRT HTTP Header Value

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

a-z, A-Z, 0-9, underscore (_), comma (,), semicolon (;), equal (=), and hyphen (-)
Note 

Except for the underscore (_), the first character must not be a special character.

Units

N/A

Limits

0 or 2–127 characters

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Sets the value of the specified HTTP header.

The parameter value is associated with PRT HTTP Header.

Only when both parameters are configured, the HTTP header is included in the HTTP request.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Provisioning

PSK_n

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

PSK_n

n is the PSK ID (1-16)

Example:

<PSK_1 ua="na">fnc=sd;ext=5014@$PROXY;nme=sktest1</PSK_1>

Web Parameter

PSK

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

Integers

Units

Integer

Limits

1 to 16

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Programmable softkey fields. Enter a string in these fields to configure softkeys that display on the phone screen. You can create softkeys for speed dials to numbers or extensions, vertical service activation codes (* codes), or XML scripts.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

PSK

Register_Expires_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Register_Expires_n_

Example:

<Register_Expires_1_ ua="na">3600</Register_Expires_1_>

Web Parameter

Register Expires

Default Value

3600

Allowed Values

Integer (0-9) String

Units

Seconds

Limits

Integer ranges 0 to 86400

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Defines how often the phone renews registration with the proxy. If the proxy responds to a REGISTER with a lower expires value, the phone renews registration based on that lower value instead of the configured value. If registration fails with an “Expires too brief” error response, the phone retries with the value specified in the Min-Expires header of the error.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

Replace_Unresolved_Caller_Name_with_Number

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Replace_Unresolved_Caller_Name_with_Number

Example:

<Replace_Unresolved_Caller_Name_with_Number
ua="na">Yes</Replace_Unresolved_Caller_Name_with_Number>

Web Parameter

Replace Unresolved Caller Name with Number

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to replace the caller name with the phone number when installed font cannot resolve the full caller name.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Locale

Report_Problem_Menu

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Report_Problem_Menu

Example:

<Report_Problem_Menu ua="na">Yes</Report_Problem_Menu>

Web Parameter

Report Problem

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Controls whether to show the Report problem menu on the phone screen. Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

When the Status menu is invisible on the phone, the Report problem menu is invisible as well.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone Menu Visibility

Require_Authentication_for_LCD_Menu_Access

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Require_Authentication_for_LCD_Menu_Access

Example:

<Require_Authentication_for_LCD_Menu_Access
ua="na">Default</Require_Authentication_for_LCD_Menu_Access>

Web Parameter

Require Authentication for LCD Menu Access

Default Value

Default

Allowed Values

Default|Customized|No

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Controls whether the user requires authentication to access phone menus.

  • Default—When selected, user needs to provide password and then sign in to access the phone menus that requires authentication. Phone continues to support all the functionalities that are supported in the releases prior to 11.3(2). Phone displays lock screen icon.

    To access any phone menus that require authentication, user needs to provide the password and press Sign in. The lock icon remains locked. After the user signs in, the lock icon is unlocked.

  • Customized—When selected, user requires authentication only to access Profile rule and Factory reset menus on the phone. Authenticaion control of these two menus also depends on the settings of the Factory Reset Menu menu and the Profile Rule Menu menu. User will not require any authentication to access other phone menus.

  • No—When selected, the Sign in menu, the Sign out menu, the lock icon, and the Set password menus are not available on the phone. User can access phone menus without any authentication.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

User Authentication Phone menus

Ringer_Volume_Control

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Ringer_Volume_Control

Example:

<Ringer_Volume_Control ua="na">Yes</Ringer_Volume_Control>

Web Parameter

Ringer Volume Control

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes/No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin.

Description

When the parameter is set to Yes, the user can change the ringer volume. But when the parameter is set to No, the user can't change the ringer volume using the phone volume button or from the phone administration web page.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 7832 and 8832

Labels

User

Search_All_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Search_All_Enable

Example:

<Search_All_Enable ua="na">Yes</Search_All_Enable>

Web Parameter

Search All Enable

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

u=na

Description

Determines whether the phone user can search for contacts in the All directories.

All directories only contain the enabled directories with the priority from highest to lowest.

  • Personal address book

  • BroadSoft directory

  • LDAP directory

  • Bluetooth phone directory

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory Service

Secure_Call_Option_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Secure_Call_Option_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Secure_Call_Option_1_ ua="na">Optional</Secure_Call_Option_1_>

Web Parameter

Secure Call Option

Default Value

Optional

Allowed Values

Option list: Optional|Required|Strict

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in user level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Optional-Retains the current secure call option for the phone.

Required-Rejects nonsecure calls from other phones.

Strict-Allows SRTP only when SIP transport is set to TLS. Allows RTP only when SIP transport is UDP/TCP.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Call Setting Features

Share_Line_Event_Package_Type

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

N/A
Share_Line_Event_Package_Type

Example:

<Share_Line_Event_Package_Type ua="na">Call-Info</Share_Line_Event_Package_Type> 

Web Parameter

Share Line Event Package Type

Default Value

Call-Info

Allowed Values

Call-Info

Dialog

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for both user and admin. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables dialog-based shared line so that the phones in the shared line can subscribe to the dialog event package.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

SIP_100REL_Enable_n_

XML Tag Name

SIP_100REL_Enable_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<SIP_100REL_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</SIP_100REL_Enable_1_>

Web Parameter

SIP 100REL Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Individually enables the SIP 100REL feature.

When enabled, the phone supports the 100REL SIP extension for reliable transmission of provisional responses (18x) and uses PRACK requests.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP Settings

SIP_Timer_F

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

SIP_Timer_F

Example:

Web Parameter

SIP Timer F

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

Integer

Units

Seconds

Limits

0 to 64 seconds

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Non-INVITE time-out value.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

SIP_Transport

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

SIP_Transport

Example:

<SIP_Transport_n_ ua="na">UDP</SIP_Transport_n_>

where n is the extension number.

Web Parameter

SIP Transport

Default Value

N/AUDP

Allowed Values

UDP|TCP|TLS|Auto

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

Description

Specifies the transport protocol for SIP messages. For SIP messages, you can configure each extension to use:

  • a specific protocol

  • the protocol automatically selected by the phone

When you set up automatic selection, the phone determines the transport protocol based on the Name Authority Pointer (NAPTR) records on the DNS server. The phone uses the protocol with the highest priority in the records.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP Settings

Speed_Dials

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Speed_Dials

Example:

<Speed_Dials ua="na">Yes</Speed_Dials>

Web Parameter

Speed Dials

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Controls whether to show the Speed dials menu on the phone screen. Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Speed Dial

SSRC_Reset_on_RE-INVITE

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

SSRC_Reset_on_RE-INVITE

Example:

<SSRC_Reset_on_RE-INVITE ua="na">Yes</SSRC_Reset_on_RE-INVITE>

Web Parameter

SSRC Reset on RE-INVITE

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Controls whether to reset the Synchronization Source (SSRC) for the new RTP and SRTP sessions.

When the parameter is set to Yes, the phone can avoid the call transfer error, where only one person on the call hears the audio. This occurs on calls of 30 minutes or longer, and often on three-way calls.

When the parameter is set to No, the SSRC still remains during a long duration call. In this case, this error might occur.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

SIP

Status

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Status

Example:

<Status ua="na">Yes</Status>

Web Parameter

Status

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Controls whether to show the Status menu on the phone screen. Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone Menu Visibility

TLS_Cipher_List

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

TLS_Cipher_List

Example:

<TLS_Cipher_List ua="na">RSA:!aNULL:!eNULL</TLS_Cipher_List>

Web Parameter

TLS Cipher List

Default Value

(Blank)

Allowed Values

Any string

Units

String without units

Limits

Min length: 0 Max length: 521

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Allows you to specify the cipher list that the phone TLS applications use.

For the cipher list formats, see https://www.openssl.org/docs/man1.0.2/man1/ciphers.html.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Security

TLS_Name_Validate_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

TLS_Name_Validate_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<TLS_Name_Validate_1_ ua="na">Yes</TLS_Name_Validate_1_>

Web Parameter

TLS Name Validate

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Option

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies whether hostname verification is required when the phone line uses SIP over TLS.

This parameter works only when SIP Transport is set to TLS for the phone line.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Security

Trans_Auth_Rule

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Trans_Auth_Rule

Example:

<Trans_Auth_Rule ua="na">http://10.74.51.81/prov/migration/E2312.lic</Trans_Auth_Rule>

Web Parameter

Transition Authorization Rule

Default Value

Blank

Allowed Values

String

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin. Not available on the LCD UI.

Description

Obtains and authorizes the licence from the server.

Phone Model

Supported by all 78xx and 88xx

Labels

Firmware Upgrade

Trans_Auth_Type

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

N/A
Trans_Auth_Type

Example:

<Trans_Auth_Type ua="na">Classic</Trans_Auth_Type>

Web Parameter

Transition Authorization Type

Default Value

Classic

Allowed Values

Classic

WxC

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Indicates the license type obtained from the server during migration process.

Phone Model

Supported by all 78xx and 88xx

Labels

Firmware Upgrade

Unavailable_Reason_Code_Enable_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Unavailable_Reason_Code_Enable_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Unavailable_Reason_Code_Enable_n_ ua="na">Yes</Unavailable_Reason_Code_Enable_n_>

Web Parameter

Unavailable Reason Code Enable

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to show or hide the Unavailable menu text box of the Set agent status screen on the phone.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

ACD Settings

Unit_n_Key_m_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Unit_n_Key_m_

n is unit number of the key expansion module, and m is the key number.

Web Parameter

Unit n Key m

Default Value

N/A

Allowed Values

N/a

Units

String without units

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Adds a menu shortcut to a line key of the attached key expansion module. Then, the user can press the configured line key to access the menu.

Adds an extended feature to a line key of the attached key expansion module. Then, the user can press the line key to access the feature.

Example:

<Unit_1_Key_2_ ua="na">fnc=shortcut;url=userpref;nme=User preferences</Unit_1_Key_2_>

where

  • fnc= shortcut means function=phone menu shortcut.

  • url= userpref is the menu to open with this line key. It's the User preferences menu in this example.

  • nme= XXXX is the menu shortcut name displayed on the key expansion module screen. If you don't specify a display name, the line key displays the target menu item. In the example, the line key displays User preferences.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Menu Shortcut key expansion module

Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

<Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_>

Example:

<Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_ ua="rw">No</Use_Auto_Discovery__WPAD_>

Web Parameter

Use Auto Discovery WPAD

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether to use the Web Proxy Auto-Discovery (WPAD) protocol to retrieve a Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file. The phone will search for the PAC file by DHCP or DNS service.

If the parameter is set to No, the user must manually specify a PAC URL that locates to the PAC file. For details, see PAC_URL.

The parameter configuration takes effect only when the Proxy Mode is set to Auto. For details, see Proxy_Mode.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Proxy

User_Preferences

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

User_Preferences

Example:

<User_Preferences ua="na">Yes</User_Preferences>

Web Parameter

User Preferences

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes|No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Admin

ua=na

Description

Controls whether to show the User preferences menu on the phone screen.

Set this field to Yes to show the menu. Otherwise, set it to No.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Phone Menu Visibility

Voice_Mail_Enable_n_

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Voice_Mail_Enable_n_

n is the extension number of the phone.

Example:

<Voice_Mail_Enable_1_ ua="na">Yes</Voice_Mail_Enable_1_>

Web Parameter

Voice Mail Enable

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Controls whether the extension is allowed to subscribe to the voicemail server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Call Feature Settings

VPN_Password

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

VPN_Password

Example:

<VPN_Password ua="rw">Example</VPN_Password>

Web Parameter

VPN Password

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 31 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Provides the password of the specified username that the VPN server requires.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 6821, 7832, and 8832

Labels

VPN

VPN_Server

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

VPN_Server

Example:

<VPN_Server ua="rw"><Server IP or FQDN></VPN_Server>

Web Parameter

VPN Server

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 31 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies an IP address or FQDN of the VPN server that the phone uses. For example:

100.101.1.218

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 6821, 7832, and 8832

Labels

VPN

VPN_Tunnel_Group

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

VPN_Tunnel_Group

Example:

<VPN_Tunnel_Group ua="rw">Example</VPN_Tunnel_Group>

Web Parameter

VPN Tunnel Group

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 31 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies a VPN tunnel group for the VPN connection.

A tunnel group is used to determine the tunnel connection policies and rules.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 6821, 7832, and 8832

Labels

VPN

VPN_User_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

VPN_User_Name

Example:

<VPN_User_Name ua="rw">Example</VPN_User_Name>

Web Parameter

VPN User Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String

Units

String without units

Limits

Maximum of 31 characters

User or Admin

Exposed both in admin and user level, honored with ua = rw. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Specifies a username required to connect to the specified VPN server.

Phone Model

All MPP phones except 6821, 7832, and 8832

Labels

VPN

Webex_Onboard_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Webex_Onboard_Enable

Example:

<Webex_Onboard_Enable ua="na">Yes</Webex_Onboard_Enable>

Web Parameter

Onboard Enable

Default Value

Yes

Allowed Values

Yes/No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin. Not available on LCD

UI.

Description

Enables onboarding of the phone to Cisco Webex cloud.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Webex

Webex_Directory_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Webex_Directory_Enable

Example:

<Webex_Directory_Enable ua="na”>No</Webex_Directory_Enable> 

Web Parameter

Directory Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Yes/No

Units

Boolean

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed only in the phone web page for admin. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables webex contacts.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Webex

Webex_Directory_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

Webex_Directory_Name

Example:

<Webex_Directory_Name ua="na”/>

Web Parameter

Directory Name

Default Value

Blank

Allowed Values

N/A

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in the phone web page for admin. Available on LCD UI.

Description

Modifies Webex directory name.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Webex

XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory EnterpriseCommon Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables BroadSoft EnterpriseCommon directory.

The parameter is valid only when both Directory Enable and Directory Individual Mode Enable are set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Name

Example:

<XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Name ua="na">DirEnterpriseCommon</XsiDir_EnterpriseCommon_Name>

Web Parameter

Directory EnterpriseCommon Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String without units

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Name of the BroadSoft personal directory. Displays on the phone as a directory choice.

If the value is empty, the phone displays default name Enterprise Common.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Enterprise_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Enterprise_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_Enterprise_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_Enterprise_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory Enterprise Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables BroadSoft enterprise directory.

The parameter is valid only when both Directory Enable and Directory Individual Mode Enable are set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Enterprise_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Enterprise_Name

Example:

<XsiDir_Enterprise_Name ua="na">DirEnterpriseName</XsiDir_Enterprise_Name>

Web Parameter

Directory Enterprise Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String without units

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Name of the BroadSoft Enterprise directory. Displays on the phone as a directory choice.

If the value is empty, the phone displays default name Enterprise.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Group_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Group_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_Group_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_Group_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory Group Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables BroadSoft Group directory.

The parameter is valid only when both Directory Enable and Directory Individual Mode Enable are set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Group_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Group_Name

Example:

<XsiDir_Group_Name ua="na">DirGroupName</XsiDir_Group_Name>

Web Parameter

Directory Group Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String without units

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Name of the BroadSoft Group directory. Displays on the phone as a directory choice.

If the value is empty, the phone displays default name Group.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_GroupCommon_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_GroupCommon_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_GroupCommon_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_GroupCommon_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory GroupCommon Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables BroadSoft GroupCommon directory.

The parameter is valid only when both Directory Enable and Directory Individual Mode Enable are set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_GroupCommon_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_GroupCommon_Name

Example:

<XsiDir_GroupCommon_Name ua="na">DirGroupCommon</XsiDir_GroupCommon_Name>

Web Parameter

Directory GroupCommon Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String without units

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Name of the BroadSoft personal directory. Displays on the phone as a directory choice.

If the value is empty, the phone displays default name Group Common.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Individual_Mode_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Individual_Mode_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_Individual_Mode_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_Individual_Mode_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory Individual Mode Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Individually enable or disable broadsoft directories. Only valid when XSI Directory Enable parameter is set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Personal_Enable

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Personal_Enable

Example:

<XsiDir_Personal_Enable ua="na">Yes</XsiDir_Personal_Enable>

Web Parameter

Directory Personal Enable

Default Value

No

Allowed Values

Option list: Yes|No

Units

Boolean without units

Limits

Boolean

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Enables BroadSoft personal directory.

The parameter is valid only when both Directory Enable and Directory Individual Mode Enable are set to Yes.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory

XsiDir_Personal_Name

Syntax Description

XML Tag Name

XsiDir_Personal_Name

Example:

<XsiDir_Personal_Name ua="na">DirPersonalName</XsiDir_Personal_Name>

Web Parameter

Directory Personal Name

Default Value

Empty

Allowed Values

String without units

Units

N/A

Limits

N/A

User or Admin

Exposed in admin level, honored with ua = rw/ro/na. Not available on LCD UI.

Description

Name of the BroadSoft personal directory. Displays on the phone as a directory choice.

If the value is empty, the phone displays default name Personal.

Phone Model

All MPP phones

Labels

Directory