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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

Provides information about deployment, operate and maintain the Video Phone.
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Account

Account

This section describes how to register an account and configure line match on the IP phone.

Prerequisites

The account has been allocated on the server.

Setting Parameters on the Web Page

  1. Access the phone web page as an administrator. For details, see Web Page Access.
  2. Choose Advanced > Account.

    The page shown in Figure 6-4 is displayed.

    Figure 6-4  Account page

  3. Click Add Account.

    The page shown in Figure 6-5 is displayed.

    Figure 6-5  Add Account page

  4. Set the account parameters listed in Table 6-8.

    Table 6-8  Parameters for adding an account

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    How to Modify the Configuration File

    Account

    Indicates the ID used for an account to register with the SIP server. The SIP server uses this ID to identify the account. When you dial a long number (country code+area code+short number), the short number is displayed on the dialing screen. When you place a call using a short number, the IP phone obtains the country code and area code of this short number from the AA server to route the call and query the directory.
    NOTE:
    eSpace 8950 supports a maximum of 24 accounts.
    Ask the SIP server administrator for an account or directly log in to the SIP server to configure an account as the administrator.
    NOTE:
    The phone's first account can be edited but cannot be deleted.

    Parameter: Account

    Location: Device > UserCfg > Account1
    NOTE:
    Account1 indicates the first account, Account2 indicates the second account, and so on.

    Example: Account="47002"

    Password

    Indicates the password used to register an account with the SIP server.

    Ask the SIP server administrator for a password or directly log in to the SIP server to configure a password as the administrator.

    Parameter: Passwd

    Location: Device > UserCfg > Account1 > Auth

    Example: Passwd="admin123456"

    User Name

    Indicates the user name, which is provided by the Voice over IP (VoIP) service provider.

    Indicates the user name, which is provided by the Voice over IP (VoIP) service provider.

    • In a UC2.X IMS or third-party network environment, set this parameter based on requirements.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Parameter: UserName

    Location: Device > UserCfg > Account1 > Auth

    Example: UserName="47002@example.com "

    Label Name

    Indicates the name of an account displayed on a line button of the IP phone.

    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, set this parameter based on requirements.

    Parameter: LabelName

    Location: Device > UserCfg > Account1

    Example: LabelName="47002"

    Registration Status

    Indicates the registration status of an account.

    No configuration is required.

    -

    Calls Per Line Button

    Indicates the number of lines for each line button.

    Value range for eSpace 8950: 1-24

    Parameter: CallsPerLine

    Location: calls

    Setting: Set this parameter to a value ranging from 1 to 24 for eSpace 8950.

    Default: 2

    Example: CallsPerLine="2"

    SIP Server

    Indicates the SIP server address. Different SIP server addresses can be specified for different accounts.

    If this parameter is left empty, the SIP server with which the IP phone registers is used.

    NOTE:
    Server 1, Server 2, Server 3, Server 4, and Server 5 represent the active SIP server, standby SIP server, standby SIP server 2, standby SIP server 3, and local SIP server respectively.
    Enter the SIP server address based on your actual network environment.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U1900 series.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the AA server automatically pushes an IP address to the IP phone.
    • In a CC network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U2900 series, a UAP3300, or a Session Border Controller (SBC).
    • In a third-party SIP server network environment, the SIP server is a third-party SIP server.

    Parameters: PrimaryRegServerAddress, BackupRegServerAddress, and LocalRegServerAddress

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the active SIP server.
    • BackupRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the standby SIP server.
    • LocalRegServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the local SIP server.

    Example: PrimaryRegServerAddress="192.168.1.9"

    SIP Server Port

    -

    Enter the port number of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.
    • In a CC network environment, use the default value 5060. However, if TLS is used for SIP signaling transmission, set the port number of the SIP server to 5061.
    • In a third-party SIP network environment, set this parameter to the port number of the third-party SIP server in use.

    Parameters: PrimaryRegServerPort, BackupRegServerPort, and LocalRegServerPort

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • PrimaryRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the active SIP server.
    • BackupRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the standby SIP server.
    • LocalRegServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the local SIP server.

    Example: PrimaryRegServerPort="5060"

    Proxy Server

    Indicates the address of the proxy server. Different proxy server addresses can be specified for different accounts.

    If this parameter is left empty, the proxy server with which the IP phone registers is used.

    When the server switches to Server 4 or Server 5, is displayed in the status bar of the phone.
    NOTE:

    The IP phone registers with the proxy server with preference. If the proxy server address you have specified is incorrect, the IP phone will continue its attempt to register with this incorrect address and does not register with the SIP server. This will cause a registration failure. Therefore, if the proxy server is not required, leave the address of the proxy server empty.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Parameters: CallOutProxyServerAddress, CallOutBackupServerAddress, and CallOutLocalServerAddress

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • CallOutProxyServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the active proxy server.
    • CallOutBackupServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the standby proxy server.
    • CallOutProxyServer2Address: Set this parameter to the address of standby proxy server 2.
    • CallOutProxyServer3Address: Set this parameter to the address of standby proxy server 3.
    • CallOutLocalServerAddress: Set this parameter to the address of the local proxy server.

    Example: CallOutProxyServerAddress="192.168.1.10"

    Proxy Server Port

    -

    In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network, this parameter is set by the administrator.

    Parameters: CallOutProxyServerPort, CallOutBackupServerPort, and CallOutLocalServerPort

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • CallOutProxyServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the active proxy server.
    • CallOutBackupServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the standby proxy server.
    • CallOutProxyServer2Port: Set this parameter to the port number of standby proxy server 2.
    • CallOutProxyServer3Port: Set this parameter to the port number of standby proxy server 3.
    • CallOutLocalServerPort: Set this parameter to the port number of the local proxy server.

    Example: CallOutProxyServerPort="5060"

    SIP Transport

    Indicates the SIP transmission mode. Three options are available: UDP, TLS, and TCP.

    UDP: short for User Datagram Protocol. This SIP transmission mode applies to networks with insufficient bandwidth.

    TCP: short for Transmission Control Protocol. This SIP transmission mode ensures the accuracy of signaling transmission. It is recommended when the network conditions are good.

    TLS: short for Transport Layer Security. This SIP transmission mode ensures the security of signaling transmission.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    • If SIP Transport is set to Default, the account uses the phone's SIP transmission mode.
    • If SIP Transport is set to UDP, TCP, or TLS, the account uses its own transmission mode, free of restrictions by phone settings.

    Parameter: TransferMode

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Phone > Server

    Setting:
    • 3: Default
    • 2: TCP
    • 1: TLS
    • 0: UDP

    Example: TransferMode="3"

  5. After account information is entered, click OK.
  6. Set the line match parameters listed in Table 6-9.

    Table 6-9  Line match parameters

    Parameters

    Description

    How to Set

    How to Modify the Configuration File

    Line

    Indicates a phone line. Each account can support multiple lines. Only one line can be active at any time; other lines are automatically placed on hold.

    You can adjust the number of lines supported according to your needs.
    NOTE:
    Each eSpace 8950 account can be assigned a maximum of 24 lines.

    -

    Account

    The IP phone initiates a registration with the SIP server only when the account in use matches the line.

    By default, each account is assigned two lines. You can assign more lines for an account based on requirements.
    NOTE:
    An account can have call transfer, local conference, and other services during in-progress calls only when that account has been assigned at least two lines.

    Parameter: Account

    Location: Device > UserCfg > Account1
    NOTE:
    Account1 indicates the first account, Account2 indicates the second account, and so on.

    Example: Account="47002"

    Function

    Selects the functions available for an account.

    Four options are available: Private, Shared, Intercom, and Centrex Num.

    • Private: a common line for basic call services
    • Shared: a shared line
    • Intercom: a line for intercom calls.
    • Centrex Num: a line for calls using the Centrex number (group short number). This option is available in the IMS+UC environment. Centrex numbers are configured on the server and replace user numbers for the call services.
    NOTE:
    When a line of an account is configured as a shared line, the other lines of this account can be configured as shared lines only.

    Parameter: BtnType

    Location: Device > UserCfg

    Value: 13–15
    • 13: Private
    • 14: Shared
    • 15: Intercom

    Example: BtnType="13"

    Peer Number

    Indicates the peer number of the corresponding function.

    Enter a number according to the function selected.

    When Feature Selection is set to Private, Peer Numbers does not take effect.

    Parameter: ActionData

    Location: Device > UserCfg

    This parameter can be set only when BtnType is set to 13 or 14.

    Example: ActionData="47002"

    Label Name

    Indicates the line name displayed on a line button.

    Specify a name you prefer.

    Parameter: LableName

    Location: Device > UserCfg

    Value: a string of 0–127 bytes

    Example: LableName="Freedom"

  7. Click Save to save the line match parameter setting.

    View the registration status of the IP phone on the Account page.

    If Registered is displayed for an account, the account is registered.

Adding an Account and Configuring Line Match on the LCD Screen

  1. Choose Advanced > Account on the LCD screen as an administrator. For details, see Advanced Screen Access.
  2. Tap + at the upper right corner of the Account screen.
  3. Set the parameters listed in Table 6-10.

    Table 6-10  Parameters for adding an account

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    Account

    Indicates the ID used for an account to register with the SIP server. The SIP server uses this ID to identify the account. When you dial a long number (country code+area code+short number), the short number is displayed on the dialing screen. When you place a call using a short number, the IP phone obtains the country code and area code of this short number from the AA server to route the call and query the directory.
    NOTE:
    eSpace 8950 supports a maximum of 24 accounts.
    Ask the SIP server administrator for an account or directly log in to the SIP server to configure an account as the administrator.
    NOTE:
    The phone's first account can be edited but cannot be deleted.

    Password

    Indicates the password used to register an account with the SIP server.

    Ask the SIP server administrator for a password or directly log in to the SIP server to configure a password as the administrator.

    User Name

    Indicates the user name, which is provided by the Voice over IP (VoIP) service provider.

    • In a UC2.X IMS or third-party network environment, set this parameter based on requirements.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Label

    Indicates the name of an account displayed on a line button of the IP phone.

    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, set this parameter based on requirements.

    SIP Server

    Indicates the SIP server address. Different SIP server addresses can be specified for different accounts.

    If this parameter is left empty, the SIP server with which the IP phone registers is used.

    NOTE:
    Server 1, Server 2, Server 3, Server 4, and Server 5 represent the active SIP server, standby SIP server, standby SIP server 2, standby SIP server 3, and local SIP server respectively.
    Enter the SIP server address based on your actual network environment.
    • In a UC2.X network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U1900 series.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, the AA server automatically pushes an IP address to the IP phone.
    • In a CC network environment, the SIP server is a gateway of the eSpace U2900 series, a UAP3300, or a Session Border Controller (SBC).
    • In a third-party SIP server network environment, the SIP server is a third-party SIP server.

    SIP Server Port

    -

    Enter the port number of the SIP server based on your network environment.
    • In an IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to specify the port number. The value is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.
    • In a CC network environment, use the default value 5060. However, if TLS is used for SIP signaling transmission, set the port number of the SIP server to 5061.
    • In a third-party SIP network environment, set this parameter to the port number of the third-party SIP server in use.

    Proxy Server

    Indicates the address of the proxy server. Different proxy server addresses can be specified for different accounts.

    If this parameter is left empty, the proxy server with which the IP phone registers is used.

    When the server switches to Server 4 or Server 5, is displayed in the status bar of the phone.
    NOTE:

    The IP phone registers with the proxy server with preference. If the proxy server address you have specified is incorrect, the IP phone will continue its attempt to register with this incorrect address and does not register with the SIP server. This will cause a registration failure. Therefore, if the proxy server is not required, leave the address of the proxy server empty.

    In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by administrator.

    Proxy Server Port

    -

    In an IMS+UC network environment, the value is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    In an IMS network, this parameter is set by the administrator.

    SIP Transport

    Indicates the SIP transmission mode. Three options are available: UDP, TLS, and TCP.

    UDP: short for User Datagram Protocol. This SIP transmission mode applies to networks with insufficient bandwidth.

    TCP: short for Transmission Control Protocol. This SIP transmission mode ensures the accuracy of signaling transmission. It is recommended when the network conditions are good.

    TLS: short for Transport Layer Security. This SIP transmission mode ensures the security of signaling transmission.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    • If SIP Transport is set to Default, the account uses the phone's SIP transmission mode.
    • If SIP Transport is set to UDP, TCP, or TLS, the account uses its own transmission mode, free of restrictions by phone settings.

  4. Tap OK.

    You can select an existing account and modify account information.

  5. Set line parameters.

    Tap corresponding to the existing account and set the parameters listed in Table 6-11.

    Table 6-11  Line parameters on the LCD screen

    Parameters

    Description

    How to Set

    Line

    Indicates a phone line. Each account can support multiple lines. Only one line can be active at any time; other lines are automatically placed on hold.

    You can adjust the number of lines supported according to your needs.
    NOTE:
    Each eSpace 8950 account can be assigned a maximum of 24 lines.

    Calls Per Line

    Indicates the number of lines for each line button.

    Value range for eSpace 8950: 1-24

    Line Buttons

    -

    Select a line button to be configured from the drop-down list box.

    Line Type

    Selects the line type available for an account.

    Four options are available: Private, Shared, Intercom, and Centrex Num.

    • Private: a common line for basic call services
    • Shared: a shared line
    • Intercom: a line for intercom calls.
    • Centrex Num: a line for calls using the Centrex number (group short number). This option is available in the IMS+UC environment. Centrex numbers are configured on the server and replace user numbers for the call services.
    NOTE:
    When a line of an account is configured as a shared line, the other lines of this account can be configured as shared lines only.

    Peer Number

    Indicates the peer number of the corresponding function.

    Enter a number according to the function selected.

    When Feature Selection is set to Private, Peer Numbers does not take effect.

    Label

    Indicates the line name displayed on a line button.

    Specify a name you prefer.

  6. TapDone.
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