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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

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Extension Mobility

Extension Mobility

This section describes how to configure the extension mobility service.

Prerequisites

The configuration file of the IP phone in the home place is in the same format as that in the visiting place.

The eSight server is available.
NOTICE:
If you use the eSight file server that runs the Windows operating system as the extension mobility server, install the server in the root directory. Otherwise, the extension mobility service is unavailable.

Context

After a user logs in to an IP phone and modifies user configurations, extension mobility automatically synchronizes the modified user configurations to the corresponding file on the server. When the user successfully logs in to another IP phone using the same account, this IP phone automatically obtains the latest user configurations from the server.
  • Use the main account (namely, the phone's first account) for remote login.
  • The user configurations include the contacts, contact groups, call history, conference records, programmable buttons, server addresses, and services to which the user has subscribed. (When contacts on the IP phone are synchronized from the server, the local contacts saved on the IP phone are deleted.)
  • If the current login account is a roaming account (which is an account logged in to another phone for extension mobility), the IP phone automatically logs out of this account and returns to the login screen when a specific period (configured by your system administrator) expires.
  • The IP phone can automatically upload the modified configurations to the server periodically.

Scenario

Users can use this service when they have moved to and worked temporarily at another location within the company network.

Configuration Methods

You can configure the extension mobility service using four different methods, as listed in Table 5-24.
Table 5-24  Configuration methods

Method

Details

eSight

On the eSight management portal, choose Configuration > IP Phone Management, set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

DHCP Option 246

Set related parameters in the configuration file and deliver the new configuration file to the IP phone.

Web

On the phone web page, choose Advanced > Server and configure the profile server on the page that is displayed.

LCD

Tap and choose APPLICATIONS > Settings, choose Advanced > Server > Profile Server and set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

Parameter Settings

Table 5-25 lists the extension mobility parameters that you must set.
Table 5-25  Parameter description

Parameter

Description

How to Set

How to Modify the Configuration File

Extension Mobility

Indicates whether to enable extension mobility.

Set this parameter based on site requirements. Two options are available:

  • Enable: enable extension mobility.
  • Disable: disable extension mobility.

Parameter: enable

Location: profile

Value: 0 or 1

  • 0: disable
  • 1: enable

Default: 0

Call History Mobility

Indicates whether to enable call history mobility in extension mobility.

Set this parameter based on site requirements. Two options are available:

  • Enable: enable call history mobility in extension mobility.
  • Disable: disable call history mobility in extension mobility.

Parameter: CalllogSync

Location: profile

Value: 0 or 1

  • 0: The call history is not uploaded.
  • 1: The call history is uploaded.

Default: 0

Profile Server

  • Indicates the profile server that stores the contacts, call history, and configuration file in a UC2.X and IMS network environment.
  • Indicates the profile server that stores the call history and configuration file in a IMS+UC network environment.
    NOTE:
    In a IMS+UC network environment, contact information is saved on the PGM server. The PGM server address is automatically pushed by the AA server. You do not need to manually configure it.

Active and standby profile servers can be configured for redundancy backup. The IP phone first attempts to download files from profile server 1 (active profile server). If the connection times out, the IP phone tries to download files from profile server 2 (standby profile server).

Set the address and port number of the eSight server.

If both active and standby profile servers have been deployed, set Profile Server 1 to the address of the active profile server and Profile Server 2 to the address of the standby profile server.

Port:

  • Set the port number to 38081 if the HTTP protocol is used.
  • Set the port number to 38444 if the HTTPS protocol is used.

Parameters: PrimaryProfileServerAddress, PrimaryProfileServerPort, BackupProfileServerAddress, and BackupProfileServerPort

Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

Example: PrimaryProfileServerAddress="192.168.1.33", PrimaryProfileServerPort="38444", BackupProfileServerAddress="192.168.1.34", and BackupProfileServerPort="38444"

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Updated: 2018-09-12

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