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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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Managing Configuration Files

Managing Configuration Files

Configuration file management allows you to modify common parameters in the configuration file template to batch modify IP phone configuration parameters. The configuration files can be used when IP phones are deployed either automatically or manually.

Prerequisites

Log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise/, download the software package of the corresponding version, and decompress the package to obtain the eSightUI.xml file. This section uses HUAWEI IP Phone 7920 as an example.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration Resource > Terminal Device Management from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Deployment Management > Configuration File.
  3. Upload the configuration file template.

    1. Click File Template Manager and then Upload.
    2. On the Upload Configuration File Template page, set Device Model and File Template, and upload the configuration file template of the corresponding version, as shown in Figure 4-8.
      Figure 4-8 Uploading the configuration file template

  4. Create a configuration file.

    1. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Deployment Management > Configuration File.
    2. Click Create.
    3. In the Basic Information area, customize File Name and set Device Mode and File Template. The Configuration area is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-9.
      Figure 4-9 Creating a configuration file
    4. Click to expand the HUAWEI IP Phone 7920 Configuration area and set specified parameters.
      NOTE:

      For IP phones in factory default settings, set the following basic parameters. For IP phones not in factory default settings, set required parameters on corresponding tab page based on the site requirements.

      1. (Optional) Set network parameters.

        For an office that has not deployed the DHCP server, set IPv4 Network Access Mode to Static IP on the Network tab page, as shown in Figure 4-10.

        Figure 4-10 Network configuration
      2. Set TR069 parameters, as shown in Figure 4-11.
        Figure 4-11 Setting TR069 parameters
        Table 4-2 TR069 parameter description

        Parameter

        Setting

        ACS User Name

        Enter the user name used by eSight to authenticate IP phones. The value must be the same as the authentication user name configured in the eSight configuration file.

        Default value: eSight.

        ACS Password

        Enter the password used by eSight to authenticate IP phones. The value must be the same as the authentication password configured in the eSight configuration file.

        Default value: eSight*123.

        ACS Address

        Enter the TR-069 address of eSight.

        • In the encrypted transmission scenario, enter https://eSight server IP address:8444/tr069/services/acs.
        • In the non-encrypted transmission scenario, enter http://eSight server IP address:8089/tr069/services/acs.
        • IP phones support bidirectional authentication during access to eSight. If an IP phone uses bidirectional authentication for accessing eSight, enter https://eSight server address:32241/tr069double/services/acs.
        NOTE:
        • HTTP is an insecure protocol. You are advised to use HTTPS. If you must use HTTP, disable it immediately after it is used.The method of enabling HTTP on the eSight server is as follows:
          1. Use the PuTTY tool to log in to the eSight using the default user name and password (root and Changeme123, respectively).
          2. Run the cd /opt/eSight/AppBase/etc/uc command and press Enter.
          3. Run the vi ems_config_readWriter.properties command and press Enter.
          4. Press Insert and set supportHttp to true.
          5. Press Esc to exit the editing status.
          6. Enter the :wq command to exit.
        • If ACS Address is configured as follows, set HTTPS Client Authentication to Disable in Set Others parameters to prevent the IP phone from failing to connect to eSight:
          • The value of ACS Address is in IP address format.
          • The domain name in ACS Address is different from the value of Common Name in the eSight server certificate.

        CPE User Name

        Enter the user name used by IP phones to authenticate eSight. You do not need to set this parameter on eSight. IP phones report the user name to eSight.

        Default value: huawei

        CPE Password

        Enter the password used by IP phones to authenticate eSight. You do not need to set this parameter on eSight. IP phones report the password to eSight.

        Default value: huawei123

        (Optional) STUN Keep-alive Period

        Interval for the IP phone to send BindingRequest messages to the STUN server.

        Set the parameter based on the onsite number of users. If the SBC is deployed onsite, the STUN keep-alive period needs to be shorter than the NAT table item aging interval.

        Default value: 150

        Unit: s

        NOTE:

        This parameter is mandatory when the eSight manages the IP phone cross the NAT.

      3. Set Server parameters, as shown in Figure 4-12.
        Figure 4-12 Setting server parameters
        Table 4-3 Server parameter description

        Parameter

        Setting

        Network Environment

        Select a network environment based on the site requirements.

        Login Mode

        Select an IP phone login mode.

        • In an EC6.X network environment, Account is selected by default.
        • In other network environments, Phone number is selected by default.
        NOTE:

        If the number is allocated by eSight, set this parameter to Phone number.

        SIP Server 1

        • In a UC2.X network environment, enter the U1900 server address.
        • In an IMS network environment, this parameter is set by the administrator.
        • In a CC network environment, the SIP server can be the U2900, UAP3300, or SBC.
        • In a third-party SIP server network environment, enter the IP address of the third-party SIP server.

        (Optional) Profile Server 1

        NOTE:

        The personal configuration file server is used to upload and download personal configuration files.

        Enter the personal configuration file server address.

        • In the encrypted transmission scenario, enter https://eSight server IP address and set the port number to 38444.
        • In the non-encrypted transmission scenario, enter http://eSight server IP address and set the port number to 38081.
      4. Configure System parameters, as shown in Figure 4-13.
        NOTE:

        When SIP Transport is set to TLS in Set SIP signaling parame..., you need to configure the SNTP/NTP Server or manually set the time to the current time to prevent IP phone registration failure.

        Figure 4-13 Setting system parameters
      5. (Optional) Set SIP signaling parameters, as shown in Figure 4-14.
        NOTE:

        When SIP Transport is set to TLS, you need to configure the time server in Configure system paramet... or manually set the time to the current time to prevent IP phone registration failure.

        Figure 4-14 SIP signaling parameters
      6. (Optional) Set Others parameters, as shown in Figure 4-15.
        NOTE:
        • To ensure data transmission security, you are advised to enable HTTP client authentication.
        • After HTTP client authentication is enabled, when an IP phone accesses eSight, the eSight server certificate and the Common Name field in the certificate need to be verified. To prevent IP phone access failure, set ACS Address in Set TR069 parameters to https://eSight domain name:8444/tr069/services/acs or http://eSight domain name:8089/tr069/services/acs. The domain name in the URL must be the same as the value of Common Name in the certificate.
        Figure 4-15 Enabling HTTP client authentication

  5. After the parameters are set correctly, click OK.

    If you can find the new configuration file on the Configuration File Management page, the operation is successful, as shown in Figure 4-16. You can select AutoDeploy if needed.

    Figure 4-16 Configuration File Management
    NOTE:
    • The configuration files specified on the Automatic Deployment > Policy Configuration page take precedence over those with AutoDeploy selected on the configuration file management page. The latter ones are used only when the automatic deployment page has no configuration file specified.
    • A maximum of 256 configuration items (including configuration items delivered by the uPortal) can be delivered to a phone at a time. It is recommended that the configuration items specified in the preceding steps be delivered in automatic deployment mode. If other configuration items still need to be delivered, you are advised to manually deliver them after the automatic deployment is complete.

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