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Configuration File Parameter Description

eSpace 7910 and 7950 IP Phone V200R003C30

Describes the parameters in the configuration files of the eSpace 7910&7950 IP phones.
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ProgKeyInstance

ProgKeyInstance

Table 2-66 Programmable button

Item

Description

Setting

Default Value

Effective upon Restart

InstanceID

Instance ID of a programmable button.

Value: 1–12

1

N

Loc

Physical position of buttons on the expansion module. The start value is 1.

Value: 1–10. The physical position of a programmable button is recorded only when the button type of the programmable button is not empty.

1: programmable button 1

2: programmable button 2, and so on

1

N

LableName

Label name for a programmable button.

The label name for a programmable button that users have set must not exceed 127 bytes.

There is no default value.

N

BtnType

A total of twenty three button types are included.

Value: 0–25

  • 0: none
  • 1: speed dial
  • 2: XML App
  • 3: group
  • 4: sleep
  • 5: phone lock
  • 6: call forward
  • 7: DND
  • 8: call park
  • 9: pickup
  • 10: group pickup
  • 17: group intercom
  • 18: centrex group
  • 19: hunt group
  • 20: virtual voicemail for the hunt group
  • 21: multicast paging
  • 22: two-stage dialing
  • 24: SOA
  • 25: BLF

0

N

ActionData

Value of a programmable button.

  • If the button type of the programmable button is speed dial, the value of the programmable button is the called number.
  • If the button type is XML application, the value is the address to initiate XML requests.
  • If the button type is SOA, the SOA number is stored. The number consists of the AT0 trunk status detection prefix, OSU board slot number, and AT0 trunk port number.

    For example, *25*101 (indicating that the OSU board slot number is 1, and the AT0 trunk port number is 01)

Value: 0–127 bytes

There is no default value.

N

ExtDataOne

Calling account ID in the speed dial service or SOA.

The value 0 indicates auto, the value 1 indicates account 1, the value 2 indicates account 2, and so on.

Value: 0–6

  • 0: auto
  • 1: account 1
  • 2: account 2
  • 3: account 3
  • 4: account 4
  • 5: account 5
  • 6: account 6

0

N

ExtDataTwo

EC6.X or UC2.X network: whether to enable BLF in the speed dial service, or whether to enable BLF and speed dial in the designated pickup service.

Other networks: whether to enable BLF in the speed dial service.

  • EC6.X or UC2.X network: whether to enable BLF in the speed dial service

    Value: 0 or 1

    0: BLF is disabled.

    1: BLF is enabled.

    Default value: 0

  • EC6.X or UC2.X network: whether to enable BLF and speed dial in the designated pickup service

    Value: 0–3

    0: BLF and speed dial are disabled.

    1: BLF is enabled but speed dial is disabled.

    2: BLF is disabled but speed dial is enabled.

    3: BLF and speed dial are enabled.

    Default value: 0

  • Other networks:

    Value: 0 or 1

    0: BLF is disabled.

    1: BLF is enabled.

    Default value: 0

0

N

ExtDataThree

Number corresponding to the account ID for making calls.

You do not need to manually set this parameter. The network management system delivers the value.

There is no default value.

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