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Administrator Guide

HUAWEI IP Phone 7920 and 7960 V600R006C00

Describes the deployment, configuration, and maintenance of HUAWEI IP Phone 7920/7960.

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

    The Others page is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-17.

    Figure 6-17 Others

  3. Set parameters (see Table 6-20 for detailed parameter descriptions).

    Table 6-20 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    How to Modify the Configuration File

    Signal Tone

    Indicates the signal tones, including the ringback tone, busy tone, and dial tone. Different countries may have different signal tones.

    Select the desired country.

    Parameter: Tone

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Signal

    Value range: 0-11, respectively indicating China, Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, UK, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, USA, others, and default (dial tone being UK's and the other signal tones being China's)

    Example: Tone="0"

    Default: 11

    Import Signal Tone

    Imports a local signal tone file to the IP phone. The file name cannot contain such characters as ; / ? : @ # ' & = + $ ,.

    Compress the desired signal tone file to a .tar file, name it signal.tar, and import it to the IP phone.

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    XML App

    See XML App.

    Display Message

    Sets the third icon on the phone's home screen as a shortcut icon for accessing messages or preferences. Two options are available:

    • Yes: The home screen displays History, Contacts, Message, and Apps.
    • No: The home screen displays History, Contacts, Pref., and Apps.

    When your network environment supports the voicemail, set Display Message to Yes; otherwise, set Display Message to No.

    Parameter: messageButton

    Location: Device > ComCfg > DesktopMenuCfg

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: message
    • 1: preferences

    Example: messageButton="0"

    Log Out

    Indicates whether to enable the logout function on the phone's Apps screen. Two options are available:

    • Enable: The Apps screen provides the logout function. If you select Log Out, all login accounts are logged out of the phone and the Log In screen is displayed.
    • Disable: The Apps screen does not provide the logout function.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    Parameter: enableLogout

    Location: Device > ComCfg > DesktopMenuCfg

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Example: enableLogout="1"

    Phone Lock Enable

    Enable or disable Phone Lock.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    • Enable: Users can choose SystemPhone Lock on the phone web page to set the phone lock function and the lock delay.
    • Disable: Users cannot set the phone lock function and the lock delay on the phone web page.

    Parameter: EnableLock

    Location: Device > ComCfg > Lock

    Value: 0 or 1

    Default: 0

    Example: EnableLock="0"

    Unlock using account password

    Indicates whether to use the login password as the phone lock password.

    • Yes: The login password will be used as the phone lock password.
    • No: The login password will not be used as the phone lock password, and you can specify a phone lock password. If you have not specified a phone lock password, the password is left empty.
    NOTE:
    • You can choose Apps > System > Lock Password on the phone LCD screen and set the phone lock password on the screen that is displayed.
    • To ensure phone security, periodically change the phone lock password.

      The password must be a string of at least six characters containing at least two types of the following: digits, lower-case letters, upper-case letters, and special characters.

    • In the EC6.X network environment, if an IP phone account has been bound to a real IP phone on the USM server, set this configuration item to No to aovid failure to unlock the IP phone.

    Parameter: mode

    Location: Lock

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: You can specify a phone lock password.
    • 1: The login password will be used as the phone lock password.

    Default:

    • EC6.X: 0
    • Other network environment: 1

    Example: mode="0"

    PC Port

    Indicates the PC port on the IP phone. This port can connect to a PC for both the IP phone and the PC to access the Internet. Two options are available for this parameter:

    • Enable: The PC port is enabled.
    • Disable: The PC port is disabled.

    Parameter: enable

    Location: PCPort

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: enable="1"

    Port Mirroring

    Indicates whether to enable port mirroring. With port mirroring enabled, the data on the phone's LAN port is transparently transmitted to the phone's PC port when the phone's PC port connects to a PC for network access. This facilitates fault locating.

    NOTE:

    Port mirroring allows all phone data to be mirrored, including call service data. It is recommended that port mirroring be disabled. If port mirroring is required for fault locating, it is recommended that data be encrypted using HTTPS, SRTP, or TLS to avoid data leak.

    Enable port mirroring.

    Default: Disable

    Parameter: Enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > LAN > Mirror

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Example: Enable="1"

    USB Port (available only for HUAWEI IP Phone 7960)

    Indicates the USB port on the IP phone. This port can connect to a USB flash drive (for importing and exporting contacts, wallpapers, and ringtones) or to a USB headset.

    • Enable: The USB port is enabled.
    • Disable: The USB port is disabled.

    Parameter: enable

    Location: USBPort

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: enable="1"

    Wi-Fi (available only for HUAWEI IP Phone 7960)

    Indicates the Wi-Fi on the IP phone.

    • Enable: The Wi-Fi is enabled.
    • Disable: The Wi-Fi is disabled.

    Parameter: IsSupport

    Location: Device > ComCfg > WiFi

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 0

    Example: IsSupport="0"

    Bluetooth (available only for HUAWEI IP Phone 7960)

    Indicates the Bluetooth function on the IP phone.

    Enable: The Bluetooth is enabled.

    Disable: The Bluetooth is disabled.

    Parameter: IsSupport

    Location: Device > ComCfg > BlueTooth

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: IsSupport="1"

    HTTPS Authentication

    After it is enabled, the IP phone authenticates the certificate sent from the HTTPS server. The default value is Disable.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    Parameter: enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > HttpsVerifyMode

    Value: 0 or 1

    Default: 0

    Example: enable="0"

    SIP TLS Authentication

    After it is enabled, the IP phone authenticates the certificate sent from the SIP TLS server. The default value is Disable.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    Parameter: enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > TlsVerifyMode

    Value: 0 or 1

    Default: 0

    Example: enable="0"

    802.1x authentication using SIP Account

    Indicates whether to use the login SIP account and password for 802.1x authentication.

    Enable: Use the login SIP account and password for 802.1x authentication.

    Disable: Use the MD5 account and password for 802.1x authentication.

    Parameter: enable

    Location: AssociateSipDot1x

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: enable="1"

    Extension Mobility

    Indicates whether to enable extension mobility.

    Set this parameter based on 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

    Incoming Call Notification Window

    Indicates whether to display the new incoming call notification window when a new call comes in during a call.

    • Enable: The new incoming call notification window is displayed during a call.
    • Disable: The new incoming call notification window is not displayed during a call.

    Parameter: Enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > CallInWindow

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: Enable="1"

    Contacts and Call History Screen

    Indicates whether to enable the call upon off-hook function.

    If you select Enable, a call is directly initiated to a contact selected on the contacts and call history screens when you pick up the IP phone.

    Parameter: Enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > CallUponOffHook

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 0

    Example: Enable="0"

    Set busy tone timescale

    Indicates the busy tone duration.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    Parameter: Time

    Location: Device > ComCfg > BusyToneTime

    Value: 3-10

    Default: 3

    Example: Time="3"

    Call History

    Indicates whether to enable the query upon call function.

    If you select Enable, the IP phone automatically queries a number of an incoming or outgoing call in the call history and displays the number information if the number information does not exist in the contacts or directory.

    Parameter: Enable

    Location: Device > ComCfg > QueryFromCalllog

    Value: 0 or 1

    • 0: disable
    • 1: enable

    Default: 1

    Example: Enable="1"

    BLF (available only for HUAWEI IP Phone 7960)

    Indicates the maximum number of status monitoring numbers.

    Set this parameter based on requirements.

    NOTE:

    For details about how to configure BLF, see the HUAWEI IP Phone 7920 and 7960 V600R006C00 User Guide.

    Parameter: Maxnumber

    Location: Device > ComCfg > BLF

    Value: 1-120

    Default: 20

    Example: Maxnumber="20"

    NOTE:

    On the phone's Advanced screen, you can also configure XML Apps using the same method as on the web page. For details see XML App.

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