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Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide
First Published: 2017-11-16
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  • Page 1 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide First Published: 2017-11-16 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 527-0883...
  • Page 2 Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks . Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Deployment and Provisioning C H A P T E R 1 Provisioning Overview Provisioning Guide Phone Support New and Changed Information New and Changed Information for Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Support TR69 Provisioning PRC Methods RPC Methods Supported...
  • Page 4 Upgrade Firmware by TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS Upgrade Firmware With a Browser Command In-House Preprovisioning and Provisioning Servers C H A P T E R 3 In-House Preprovisioning and Provisioning Servers Server Preparation and Software Tools Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 5 Exercise: Basic HTTPS Resync HTTPS with Client Certificate Authentication Exercise: HTTPS with Client Certificate Authentication HTTPS Client Filtering and Dynamic Content HTTPS Certificates HTTPS Methodology SSL Server Certificate Obtain a Server Certificate Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 6 Related Documentation A P P E N D I X C Related Documentation Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Documentation Cisco IP Phone Firmware Support Policy Documentation, Service Requests, and Additional Information Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 7: Deployment And Provisioning

    Provisioning, page 7 Provisioning Overview Cisco IP Phones are intended for high-volume deployments by VoIP service providers to customers in home, business, or enterprise environments. Hence, provisioning the phone via remote management and configuration ensures the proper operation of the phone at the customer site.
  • Page 8: Provisioning Guide Phone Support

    Provisioning Guide Phone Support This document supports these phones: • Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones In this document, the term phone or Cisco IP Phone refers to the above phones. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 9: New And Changed Information

    This document is based on the document Cisco IP Phone 7800 Series and 8800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide for Firmware Release 11.0(1). The sections that are new or changed to support the Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones are: •...
  • Page 10: Event Types Supported

    Cisco IP Phones provide convenient mechanisms for provisioning, based on these deployment models: • Bulk distribution—The service provider acquires Cisco IP Phones in bulk quantity and either preprovisions them in-house or purchases Remote Customization (RC) units from Cisco. The devices are then issued to the customers as part of a VoIP service contract.
  • Page 11: Bulk Distribution

    Deployment and Provisioning Bulk Distribution • Retail distribution—The customer purchases the Cisco IP Phone from a retail outlet and requests VoIP service from the service provider. The service provider must then support the secure remote configuration of the device. Bulk Distribution In this model, the service provider issues phones to its customers as part of a VoIP service contract.
  • Page 12: Retail Distribution

    In this example, 1234abcd is the Customer ID number of the new account. The remote provisioning server associates the phone that is performing the resync request with the new account, based on the URL and the Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 13: Resynchronization Process

    If intermediate upgrades are required to reach a current upgrade state from an older release, the upgrade logic can automate multistage upgrades. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 14: Normal Provisioning Server

    Phone Provisioning Practices Typically, the Cisco IP Phone is configured for provisioning when it first connects to the network. The phone is also provisioned at the scheduled intervals that are set when the service provider or the VAR preprovisions...
  • Page 15: Manually Provision A Phone From The Keypad

    If no port is specified, the default port is used (69 for TFTP, 80 for HTTP, or 443 for HTTPS). Step 4 Press Resync. Related Topics Phone Provisioning Practices, on page 8 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 16: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    Deployment and Provisioning Manually Provision a Phone from the Keypad Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Provisioning Scripts

    Only the UTF-8 charset is supported. If you modify the profile in an editor, do not change the encoding Note format; otherwise, the phone cannot recognize the file. Each phone has a different feature set and therefore, a different set of parameters. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 18: Configuration File Components

    <flat-profile> element. • Element names are enclosed in angle brackets. • Most element names are similar to the field names in the administration web pages for the device, with the following modifications: Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 19: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    In the following example, the GPP_A parameter is set to an empty string. <flat-profile> <GPP_A> </GPP_A> </flat-profile> • Unrecognized element names are ignored. Related Topics Configuration Access Control, on page 8 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 20: User Access Attribute

    • The last profile processed takes precedence. If multiple profiles specify the same configuration parameter, the value of the latter profile takes precedence. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 21: String Formats

    The Open configuration profile can be compressed to reduce the network load on the provisioning server. The profile can also be encrypted to protect confidential information. Compression is not required, but it must precede encryption. Related Topics Configuration Profile Formats, on page 11 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 22: Open Profile Compression

    A lowercase -k precedes the secret key, which can be any plain text phrase, and which is used to generate a random 64-bit salt. With the secret specified by the -k argument, the encryption tool derives a random 128-bit initial vector and the actual 256-bit encryption key. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 23: Macro Expansion

    The resulting macro expansion for a device with MAC address 000E08012345 is: $STRANGE000E08012345.cfg Macro expansion is not applied recursively. For example, $$MAU” expands into $MAU” (the $$ is expanded), and does not result in the MAC address. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 24: Conditional Expressions

    Open format profile. Operator Alternate Description Applicable to Integer Applicable to Quoted Syntax and Version Operands String Operands equal to not equal to < less than Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 25: Url Syntax

    If port is missing, the standard port for the specified scheme is used. (tftp uses UDP port 69, http uses TCP port 80, https uses TCP port 443.) A filepath must be present. It need not necessarily refer to a static file, but can indicate dynamic content obtained through CGI. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 26: Optional Resync Arguments

    $SA through $SD, only when they are used as key option arguments. See these examples: GPP_SA = MyUserID GPP_SB = MySecretPassword [--uid $SA -pwd $SB] https://provisioning_server_url/path_to_your_config/your_config.xml would then expand to: [--uid MyUserID -pwdMySecretPassword] https://provisioning_server_url/path_to_your_config/your_config.xml Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 27: Apply A Profile To The Ip Telephony Device

    Step 1 Connect your PC to the LAN port of the phone. Step 2 Download the configuration file to the phone by entering the following cURL command: curl –d @my_config.xml “http://192.168.15.1/admin/config.xml&xuser=admin&xpassword=admin” Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 28: Provisioning Parameters

    ‘$’ character, such as $GPP_A. Using General Purpose Parameters For example, if GPP_A contains the string ABC, and GPP_B contains 123, the expression $A$B macro expands into ABC123. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 29: Enables

    A resync operation can fail because the phone is unable to retrieve a profile from the server, the downloaded file is corrupt, or an internal error occurred. The device tries to resync again after a time that is specified in Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 30: Resync At A Specific Time

    In this example, the phone periodically resyncs every 2 hours. If a resync failure occurs, the device retries at these intervals: 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours. The device continues to try at 4-hour intervals until it resyncs successfully. Resync_Periodic=7200 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 31: Profile Rules

    URL, and any associated URL options. All these components are optional within each alternative. The following are the valid combinations, and the order in which they must appear, if present: [ conditional-expr ] [ assignment-expr ] [[ options ] URL ] Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 32: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    In this example, the profile that the server returns is assumed to contain XML element tags. These tags must be remapped to proper parameter names by the aliases map stored in GPP_B: [--alias b] https://p.tel.com/account/$PN$MA.xml Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 33: Upgrade Rule

    • For the Cisco IP 6800 Series: http://p.tel.com/firmware/sip68xx.11-1-0MPP-BN (BN==Build Number).loads In this example, the Upgrade_Rule upgrades the firmware to the image that is stored at the indicated URL. Here is another example for the Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series: (“$F” ne “beta-customer”)? http://p.tel.com/firmware/sip68xx.11-0-1MPP-BN (BN==Build Number).loads | http://p.tel.com/firmware/sip68xx.11-0-1MPP-BN (BN==Build Number).loads...
  • Page 34: Data Types

    • FQDN—Fully Qualified Domain Name. It can contain up to 63 characters. Examples are as follows: • sip.Cisco.com:5060 or 109.12.14.12:12345 • sip.Cisco.com or 109.12.14.12 • FreqScript—A miniscript that specifics the frequency and level parameters of a tone. Contains up to 127 characters. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 35: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    • Phone—A phone number string, such as 14081234567, *69, *72, 345678; or a generic URL, such as, 1234@10.10.10.100:5068 or jsmith@Cisco.com. The string can contain up to 39 characters. • PhTmplt—A phone number template. Each template may contain one or more patterns that are separated by a comma (,).
  • Page 36: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    • Uns<n>—Unsigned n-bit value, where n = 8, 16, or 32. It can be specified in decimal or hex format, such as 12 or 0x18, as long as the value can fit into n bits. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 37: Profile Updates And Firmware Upgrades

    Allow and Configure Profile Updates, on page 31 Allow and Configure Profile Updates Profile updates can be allowed at specified intervals. Updated profiles are sent from a server to the phone by using TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 38: Allow And Configure Firmware Upgrades

    Note notes for your phone and firmware version. Before You Begin The firmware load file must be downloaded to an accessible server. Procedure Step 1 Rename the image as follows: where: Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 39: Upgrade Firmware With A Browser Command

    The update is attempted automatically after the call is complete. Procedure To upgrade the phone with a URL in a web browser, enter this command: http://<phone_ip>/admin/upgrade?<schema>://<serv_ip[:port]>/filepath Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 40: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    Provisioning Scripts Upgrade Firmware With a Browser Command Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 41: Chapter 3 In-House Preprovisioning And Provisioning Servers

    To troubleshoot server configuration, it is helpful to install clients for each type of server on a separate server machine. This practice establishes proper server operation, independent of the interaction with the phones. We also recommend that you install these software tools: Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 42: Remote Customization (Rc) Distribution

    In an RC distribution model, a customer purchases a phone that has already been associated with a specific Service Provider in the Cisco EDOS RC Server. The Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) sets up and maintains a provisioning server, and registers their provisioning server information with the Cisco EDOS RC Server.
  • Page 43: In-House Device Preprovisioning

    Acquired, the Customization State is set to Aborted and the Cisco EDOS Server will not be queried unless the phone is factory reset. Once the phone has been provisioned, the Cisco EDOS RC Server is not utilized unless the phone is factory reset.
  • Page 44: Provisioning Server Setup

    NAT, a packet-filtering strategy that severely restricts the packets that are allowed to enter the protected network from the Internet. For this reason, remote provisioning by using TFTP is not recommended. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 45: Http Provisioning

    1.1 is the negotiated transport protocol. HTTP Status Code Handling on Resync and Upgrade The phone supports HTTP response for remote provisioning (Resync). Current phone behavior is categorized in three ways: Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 46: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    Phone behavior is C. 500 Internal Server Error 501 Not Implemented The server does not recognize the request Phone behavior is C. method, or it lacks the ability to fulfill the request. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 47: Https Provisioning

    HTTPS. The server certificate must be signed by the Cisco Server CA Root Key, whose certificate is carried by all deployed units. To obtain a signed server certificate, the service provider must forward a certificate signing request to Cisco, which signs and returns the server certificate for installation on the provisioning server.
  • Page 48: Sipura Ca Client Root Certificate

    The signed server certificate is then either emailed to the email address previously provided or downloaded. Sipura CA Client Root Certificate Cisco also provides a Sipura CA Client Root Certificate to the service provider. This root certificate certifies the authenticity of the client certificate that each phone carries. The Multiplatform Phones also support third-party signed certificates such as those provided by Verisign, Cybertrust, and so on.
  • Page 49: Redundant Provisioning Servers

    HTTPS servers can be configured to request SSL certificates from connecting clients. If enabled, the server can use the Sipura CA Client Root Certificate that Cisco supplies to verify the client certificate. The server can then provide the certificate information to a CGI for further processing.
  • Page 50: Cisco Ip Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide

    In-House Preprovisioning and Provisioning Servers HTTPS Provisioning Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 51: Provisioning Examples

    See In-House Device Preprovisioning, on page 37 for more information on in-house preprovisioning. In the following procedure, a profile is modified after downloading a file from a TFTP server. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 52: Use Syslog To Log Messages

    (Admin Login > advanced > Voice > System, Syslog Server parameter). Configure the syslog server IP address into the device and observe the messages that are generated during the remaining procedures. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 53: Resync A Device Automatically

    Define the Profile_Rule parameter. This example assumes a TFTP server IP address of 192.168.1.200. Step 3 In the Resync Periodic field, enter a small value for testing, such as 30 seconds. Step 4 Click Submit all Changes. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 54: Unique Profiles, Macro Expansion, And Http

    $A through $P. For a complete list of variables that are available for macro expansion, see Macro Expansion Variables, on page In this exercise, a profile specific to a phone is provisioned on a TFTP server. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 55: Exercise: Provision A Specific Ip Phone Profile On A Tftp Server

    To verify proper server installation and file access to basic.txt, access the profile with a web browser. Step 4 Modify the Profile_Rule of the test phone to point to the HTTP server in place of the TFTP server, so as to download its profile periodically. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 56: Provisioning Through Cisco Xml

    Provisioning Through Cisco XML For each of the phones, designated as xxxx here, you can provision through Cisco XML functions. You can send an XML object to the phone by a SIP Notify packet or an HTTP Post to the CGI interface of...
  • Page 57: Secure Https Resync

    HTTPS server, the phone should be able to do so as well. In addition to installing a HTTPS server, a SSL server certificate that Cisco signs must be installed on the provisioning server. The devices cannot resync to a server that is using HTTPS unless the server supplies a Cisco-signed server certificate.
  • Page 58: Exercise: Basic Https Resync

    The browser probably does not recognize the certificate as valid unless the browser has been pre-configured to accept Cisco as a root CA. However, the phones expect the certificate to be signed this way. Modify the Profile_Rule of the test device to contain a reference to the HTTPS server, for example: <Profile_Rule>...
  • Page 59: Https With Client Certificate Authentication

    If client certificate verification is properly enabled on the server, the ssldump trace shows the symmetric exchange of certificates (first server-to-client, then client-to-server) before the encrypted packets that contain the profile. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 60: Https Client Filtering And Dynamic Content

    The information contains generic strings if the unit was manufactured before firmware release 2.0. A similar script can determine information about the resyncing device and then provide the device with appropriate configuration parameter values. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 61: Https Certificates

    To use HTTPS with the phone, you must generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and submit it to Cisco. The phone generates a certificate for installation on the provisioning server. The phone accepts the certificate when it seeks to establish an HTTPS connection with the provisioning server.
  • Page 62: Obtain A Server Certificate

    Obtain a Server Certificate Procedure Step 1 Contact a Cisco support person who will work with you on the certificate process. If you are not working with a specific support person, email your request to ciscosb-certadmin@cisco.com. Step 2 Generate a private key that will be used in a CSR (Certificate Signing Request). This key is private and you do not need to provide this key to Cisco support.
  • Page 63: Configure A Custom Certificate Authority

    Each node has a public and private key. The public key encrypts data. The private key decrypts data. Because the nodes have obtained their certificates from the same source, they are assured of their respective identities. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 64: Profile Management

    A configuration profile in XML format can become quite large if the profile specifies all parameters individually. To reduce the load on the provisioning server, the phone supports compression of the XML file, by using the deflate compression format that the gzip utility (RFC 1951) supports. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 65: Encrypt A Profile With Openssl

    TFTP or HTTP is used for communication between the phone and the provisioning server. The phone supports symmetric key encryption by using the 256-bit AES algorithm. This encryption can be performed by using the open source OpenSSL package. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 66: Create Partitioned Profiles

    Store the basic2.txt profile in the virtual root directory of the TFTP server. Step 3 Leave the first profile rule from the earlier exercises in the folder, but configure the second profile rule (Profile_Rule_B) to point to the new file: <Profile_Rule_B>tftp://192.168.1.200/basic2.txt </Profile_Rule_B> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 67 The phone now resyncs to both the first and second profiles, in that order, whenever a resync operation is due. Step 5 Observe the syslog trace to confirm the expected behavior. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 68 Provisioning Examples Create Partitioned Profiles Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 69: Provisioning Parameters

    Yes to enable remote provisioning. The default value is Yes. Resync On Reset Triggers a resync after every reboot except for reboots caused by parameter updates and firmware upgrades. The default value is Yes. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 70 If the delay is set to 0, the device does not try to resync again following a failed resync attempt. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 71 Log Request Msg This parameter contains the message that is sent to the syslog server at the start of a resync attempt. The default value is $PN $MAC –Requesting % $SCHEME://$SERVIP:$PORT$PATH. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 72: Firmware Upgrade Parameters

    443 for HTTPS). The default value is blank. Log Upgrade Request Msg Syslog message issued at the start of a firmware upgrade attempt. Default: $PN $MAC -- Requesting upgrade $SCHEME://$SERVIP:$PORT$PATH Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 73: General Purpose Parameters

    • Partial string values, eventually combined into complete parameter values. The default value is blank. Macro Expansion Variables Certain macro variables are recognized within the following provisioning parameters: • Profile_Rule • Profile_Rule_* • Resync_Trigger_* • Upgrade_Rule • Log_* Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 74 IP address of the phone within its local subnet, for example 192.168.1.100. EXTIP External IP of the phone, as seen on the Internet, for example 66.43.16.52. SWVER Software version string. For example, sip78xx.11-0-1MPP. HWVER Hardware version string, for example 2.0.1 Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 75 Result message of resync or upgrade attempt. Only useful in generating result syslog messages. The value is preserved in the UPGERR variable in the case of upgrade attempts. UIDn The contents of the Line n UserID configuration parameter. Extension Mobility Status Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 76: Internal Error Codes

    SIP request times out while waiting for a response. General SIP protocol error (for example, unacceptable codec in SDP in 200 and ACK messages, or times out while waiting for ACK). Dialed number invalid according to given dial plan. Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 77: Appendix A Sample Configuration Profiles

    <Domain ua="rw"/> <DNS_Server_Order ua="na">Manual,DHCP</DNS_Server_Order> <DNS_Query_Mode ua="na">Parallel</DNS_Query_Mode> <DNS_Caching_Enable ua="na">Yes</DNS_Caching_Enable> <Switch_Port_Config ua="na">AUTO</Switch_Port_Config> <PC_Port_Config ua="na">AUTO</PC_Port_Config> <PC_PORT_Enable ua="na">Yes</PC_PORT_Enable> <Syslog_Server ua="na"/> <Debug_Level ua="na">NOTICE</Debug_Level> <Primary_NTP_Server ua="na"/> <Secondary_NTP_Server ua="na"/> <Enable_SSLv3 ua="na">No</Enable_SSLv3> <!-- VLAN Settings --> <Enable_VLAN ua="na">No</Enable_VLAN> <VLAN_ID ua="rw">4095</VLAN_ID> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 78 <RTP_Port_Min ua="na">16384</RTP_Port_Min> <RTP_Port_Max ua="na">16538</RTP_Port_Max> <RTP_Packet_Size ua="na">0.02</RTP_Packet_Size> <Max_RTP_ICMP_Err ua="na">0</Max_RTP_ICMP_Err> <RTCP_Tx_Interval ua="na">0</RTCP_Tx_Interval> <!-- SDP Payload Types --> <G722.2_Dynamic_Payload ua="na">96</G722.2_Dynamic_Payload> <iLBC_Dynamic_Payload ua="na">97</iLBC_Dynamic_Payload> <iSAC_Dynamic_Payload ua="na">98</iSAC_Dynamic_Payload> <OPUS_Dynamic_Payload ua="na">99</OPUS_Dynamic_Payload> <AVT_Dynamic_Payload ua="na">101</AVT_Dynamic_Payload> <INFOREQ_Dynamic_Payload ua="na"/> <G711u_Codec_Name ua="na">PCMU</G711u_Codec_Name> <G711a_Codec_Name ua="na">PCMA</G711a_Codec_Name> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 79 <!-- Problem Report Tool --> <PRT_Upload_Rule ua="na"/> <PRT_Upload_Method ua="na">POST</PRT_Upload_Method> <!-- General Purpose Parameters --> <GPP_A ua="na"/> <GPP_B ua="na"/> <GPP_C ua="na"/> <GPP_D ua="na"/> <GPP_E ua="na"/> <GPP_F ua="na"/> <GPP_G ua="na"/> <GPP_H ua="na"/> <GPP_I ua="na"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 80 <Block_CID_Per_Call_Deact_Code ua="na">*82</Block_CID_Per_Call_Deact_Code> <Block_ANC_Act_Code ua="na">*77</Block_ANC_Act_Code> <Block_ANC_Deact_Code ua="na">*87</Block_ANC_Deact_Code> <DND_Act_Code ua="na">*78</DND_Act_Code> <DND_Deact_Code ua="na">*79</DND_Deact_Code> <Secure_All_Call_Act_Code ua="na">*16</Secure_All_Call_Act_Code> <Secure_No_Call_Act_Code ua="na">*17</Secure_No_Call_Act_Code> <Secure_One_Call_Act_Code ua="na">*18</Secure_One_Call_Act_Code> <Secure_One_Call_Deact_Code ua="na">*19</Secure_One_Call_Deact_Code> <Paging_Code ua="na">*96</Paging_Code> <Call_Park_Code ua="rw">*68</Call_Park_Code> <Call_Pickup_Code ua="rw">*97</Call_Pickup_Code> <Call_Unpark_Code ua="rw">*88</Call_Unpark_Code> <Group_Call_Pickup_Code ua="na">*98</Group_Call_Pickup_Code> <Referral_Services_Codes ua="na"/> <Feature_Dial_Services_Codes ua="na"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 81 <!-- Line Key 5 --> <Extension_5_ ua="na">5</Extension_5_> <Short_Name_5_ ua="na">$USER</Short_Name_5_> <Share_Call_Appearance_5_ ua="na">private</Share_Call_Appearance_5_> <Extended_Function_5_ ua="na"/> <!-- Line Key 6 --> <Extension_6_ ua="na">6</Extension_6_> <Short_Name_6_ ua="na">$USER</Short_Name_6_> <Share_Call_Appearance_6_ ua="na">private</Share_Call_Appearance_6_> <Extended_Function_6_ ua="na"/> <!-- Line Key 7 --> <Extension_7_ ua="na">7</Extension_7_> <Short_Name_7_ ua="na">$USER</Short_Name_7_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 82 <XSI_Host_Server ua="na"/> <Directory_Name ua="na"/> <Directory_Type ua="na">Enterprise</Directory_Type> <Directory_User_ID ua="na"/> <!-- <Directory_Password ua="na"/> --> <!-- XML Service --> <XML_Directory_Service_Name ua="na"/> <XML_Directory_Service_URL ua="na"/> <XML_Application_Service_Name ua="na"/> <XML_Application_Service_URL ua="na"/> <XML_User_Name ua="na"/> <!-- <XML_Password ua="na"/> --> <CISCO_XML_EXE_Enable ua="na">No</CISCO_XML_EXE_Enable> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 83 <Shared_User_ID_1_ ua="na"/> <Subscription_Expires_1_ ua="na">3600</Subscription_Expires_1_> <Restrict_MWI_1_ ua="na">No</Restrict_MWI_1_> <!-- NAT Settings --> <NAT_Mapping_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</NAT_Mapping_Enable_1_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</NAT_Keep_Alive_Enable_1_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Msg_1_ ua="na">$NOTIFY</NAT_Keep_Alive_Msg_1_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Dest_1_ ua="na">$PROXY</NAT_Keep_Alive_Dest_1_> <!-- Network Settings --> <SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_1_ ua="na">0x68</SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_1_> <RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_1_ ua="na">0xb8</RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_1_> <!-- SIP Settings --> <SIP_Transport_1_ ua="na">UDP</SIP_Transport_1_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 84 <Use_Pref_Codec_Only_1_ ua="na">No</Use_Pref_Codec_Only_1_> <Second_Preferred_Codec_1_ ua="na">Unspecified</Second_Preferred_Codec_1_> <Third_Preferred_Codec_1_ ua="na">Unspecified</Third_Preferred_Codec_1_> <G729a_Enable_1_ ua="na">Yes</G729a_Enable_1_> <G722_Enable_1_ ua="na">Yes</G722_Enable_1_> <G722.2_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</G722.2_Enable_1_> <iLBC_Enable_1_ ua="na">Yes</iLBC_Enable_1_> <iSAC_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</iSAC_Enable_1_> <OPUS_Enable_1_ ua="na">Yes</OPUS_Enable_1_> <Silence_Supp_Enable_1_ ua="na">No</Silence_Supp_Enable_1_> <DTMF_Tx_Method_1_ ua="na">Auto</DTMF_Tx_Method_1_> <Codec_Negotiation_1_ ua="na">Default</Codec_Negotiation_1_> <Encryption_Method_1_ ua="na">AES 128</Encryption_Method_1_> <!-- Dial Plan --> <Dial_Plan_1_ Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 85 <Alternate_Outbound_Proxy_2_ ua="na"/> <Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_2_ ua="na">Yes</Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_2_> <Register_2_ ua="na">Yes</Register_2_> <Make_Call_Without_Reg_2_ ua="na">No</Make_Call_Without_Reg_2_> <Register_Expires_2_ ua="na">3600</Register_Expires_2_> <Ans_Call_Without_Reg_2_ ua="na">No</Ans_Call_Without_Reg_2_> <Use_DNS_SRV_2_ ua="na">No</Use_DNS_SRV_2_> <DNS_SRV_Auto_Prefix_2_ ua="na">Yes</DNS_SRV_Auto_Prefix_2_> <Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_2_ ua="na">3600</Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_2_> <Proxy_Redundancy_Method_2_ ua="na">Normal</Proxy_Redundancy_Method_2_> <Dual_Registration_2_ ua="na">No</Dual_Registration_2_> <Auto_Register_When_Failover_2_ ua="na">No</Auto_Register_When_Failover_2_> <!-- Subscriber Information --> <Display_Name_2_ ua="na"/> <User_ID_2_ ua="na"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 86 <!-- Call Feature Settings --> <Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_3_ ua="na">No</Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_3_> <Message_Waiting_3_ ua="na">No</Message_Waiting_3_> <Auth_Page_3_ ua="na">No</Auth_Page_3_> <Default_Ring_3_ ua="rw">2</Default_Ring_3_> <Auth_Page_Realm_3_ ua="na"/> <Conference_Bridge_URL_3_ ua="na"/> <!-- <Auth_Page_Password_3_ ua="na"/> --> <Mailbox_ID_3_ ua="na"/> <Voice_Mail_Server_3_ ua="na"/> <Voice_Mail_Subscribe_Interval_3_ ua="na">86400</Voice_Mail_Subscribe_Interval_3_> <Broadsoft_ACD_3_ ua="na">No</Broadsoft_ACD_3_> <Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_3_ ua="na">Yes</Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_3_> <Feature_Key_Sync_3_ ua="na">No</Feature_Key_Sync_3_> <Call_Park_Monitor_Enable_3_ ua="na">No</Call_Park_Monitor_Enable_3_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 87 <!-- Network Settings --> <SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_4_ ua="na">0x68</SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_4_> <RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_4_ ua="na">0xb8</RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_4_> <!-- SIP Settings --> <SIP_Transport_4_ ua="na">UDP</SIP_Transport_4_> <SIP_Port_4_ ua="na">5060</SIP_Port_4_> <SIP_100REL_Enable_4_ ua="na">No</SIP_100REL_Enable_4_> <EXT_SIP_Port_4_ ua="na">0</EXT_SIP_Port_4_> <Auth_Resync-Reboot_4_ ua="na">Yes</Auth_Resync-Reboot_4_> <SIP_Proxy-Require_4_ ua="na"/> <SIP_Remote-Party-ID_4_ ua="na">No</SIP_Remote-Party-ID_4_> <Referor_Bye_Delay_4_ ua="na">4</Referor_Bye_Delay_4_> <Refer-To_Target_Contact_4_ ua="na">No</Refer-To_Target_Contact_4_> <Referee_Bye_Delay_4_ ua="na">0</Referee_Bye_Delay_4_> <Refer_Target_Bye_Delay_4_ ua="na">0</Refer_Target_Bye_Delay_4_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 88 <Encryption_Method_4_ ua="na">AES 128</Encryption_Method_4_> <!-- Dial Plan --> <Dial_Plan_4_ ua="na">(*xx|[3469]11|0|00|[2-9]xxxxxx|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx.)</Dial_Plan_4_> <Caller_ID_Map_4_ ua="na"/> <Enable_URI_Dialing_4_ ua="na">No</Enable_URI_Dialing_4_> <Emergency_Number_4_ ua="na"/> <!-- General --> <Line_Enable_5_ ua="na">Yes</Line_Enable_5_> <!-- Share Line Appearance --> <Share_Ext_5_ ua="na">No</Share_Ext_5_> <Shared_User_ID_5_ ua="na"/> <Subscription_Expires_5_ ua="na">3600</Subscription_Expires_5_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 89 <!-- Subscriber Information --> <Display_Name_5_ ua="na"/> <User_ID_5_ ua="na"/> <!-- <Password_5_ ua="na"/> --> <Auth_ID_5_ ua="na"/> <Reversed_Auth_Realm_5_ ua="na"/> <SIP_URI_5_ ua="na"/> <!-- Audio Configuration --> <Preferred_Codec_5_ ua="na">G711u</Preferred_Codec_5_> <Use_Pref_Codec_Only_5_ ua="na">No</Use_Pref_Codec_Only_5_> <Second_Preferred_Codec_5_ ua="na">Unspecified</Second_Preferred_Codec_5_> <Third_Preferred_Codec_5_ ua="na">Unspecified</Third_Preferred_Codec_5_> <G729a_Enable_5_ ua="na">Yes</G729a_Enable_5_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 90 <Broadsoft_ACD_6_ ua="na">No</Broadsoft_ACD_6_> <Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_6_ ua="na">Yes</Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_6_> <Feature_Key_Sync_6_ ua="na">No</Feature_Key_Sync_6_> <Call_Park_Monitor_Enable_6_ ua="na">No</Call_Park_Monitor_Enable_6_> <Enable_Broadsoft_Hoteling_6_ ua="na">No</Enable_Broadsoft_Hoteling_6_> <Hoteling_Subscription_Expires_6_ ua="na">3600</Hoteling_Subscription_Expires_6_> <!-- Proxy and Registration --> <Proxy_6_ ua="na"/> <Outbound_Proxy_6_ ua="na"/> <Alternate_Proxy_6_ ua="na"/> <Alternate_Outbound_Proxy_6_ ua="na"/> <Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_6_ ua="na">Yes</Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_6_> <Register_6_ ua="na">Yes</Register_6_> <Make_Call_Without_Reg_6_ ua="na">No</Make_Call_Without_Reg_6_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 91 <Referor_Bye_Delay_7_ ua="na">4</Referor_Bye_Delay_7_> <Refer-To_Target_Contact_7_ ua="na">No</Refer-To_Target_Contact_7_> <Referee_Bye_Delay_7_ ua="na">0</Referee_Bye_Delay_7_> <Refer_Target_Bye_Delay_7_ ua="na">0</Refer_Target_Bye_Delay_7_> <Sticky_183_7_ ua="na">No</Sticky_183_7_> <Auth_INVITE_7_ ua="na">No</Auth_INVITE_7_> <Ntfy_Refer_On_1xx-To-Inv_7_ ua="na">Yes</Ntfy_Refer_On_1xx-To-Inv_7_> <Set_G729_annexb_7_ ua="na">yes</Set_G729_annexb_7_> <Set_iLBC_mode_7_ ua="na">20</Set_iLBC_mode_7_> <User_Equal_Phone_7_ ua="na">No</User_Equal_Phone_7_> <!-- Call Feature Settings --> <Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_7_ ua="na">No</Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_7_> <Message_Waiting_7_ ua="na">No</Message_Waiting_7_> <Auth_Page_7_ ua="na">No</Auth_Page_7_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 92 <Share_Ext_8_ ua="na">No</Share_Ext_8_> <Shared_User_ID_8_ ua="na"/> <Subscription_Expires_8_ ua="na">3600</Subscription_Expires_8_> <Restrict_MWI_8_ ua="na">No</Restrict_MWI_8_> <!-- NAT Settings --> <NAT_Mapping_Enable_8_ ua="na">No</NAT_Mapping_Enable_8_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Enable_8_ ua="na">No</NAT_Keep_Alive_Enable_8_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Msg_8_ ua="na">$NOTIFY</NAT_Keep_Alive_Msg_8_> <NAT_Keep_Alive_Dest_8_ ua="na">$PROXY</NAT_Keep_Alive_Dest_8_> <!-- Network Settings --> <SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_8_ ua="na">0x68</SIP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_8_> <RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_8_ ua="na">0xb8</RTP_TOS_DiffServ_Value_8_> <!-- SIP Settings --> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 93 <Use_Pref_Codec_Only_8_ ua="na">No</Use_Pref_Codec_Only_8_> <Second_Preferred_Codec_8_ ua="na">Unspecified</Second_Preferred_Codec_8_> <Third_Preferred_Codec_8_ ua="na">Unspecified</Third_Preferred_Codec_8_> <G729a_Enable_8_ ua="na">Yes</G729a_Enable_8_> <G722_Enable_8_ ua="na">Yes</G722_Enable_8_> <G722.2_Enable_8_ ua="na">Yes</G722.2_Enable_8_> <iLBC_Enable_8_ ua="na">Yes</iLBC_Enable_8_> <iSAC_Enable_8_ ua="na">No</iSAC_Enable_8_> <OPUS_Enable_8_ ua="na">Yes</OPUS_Enable_8_> <Silence_Supp_Enable_8_ ua="na">No</Silence_Supp_Enable_8_> <DTMF_Tx_Method_8_ ua="na">Auto</DTMF_Tx_Method_8_> <Codec_Negotiation_8_ ua="na">Default</Codec_Negotiation_8_> <Encryption_Method_8_ ua="na">AES 128</Encryption_Method_8_> <!-- Dial Plan --> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 94 <Alternate_Proxy_9_ ua="na"/> <Alternate_Outbound_Proxy_9_ ua="na"/> <Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_9_ ua="na">Yes</Use_OB_Proxy_In_Dialog_9_> <Register_9_ ua="na">Yes</Register_9_> <Make_Call_Without_Reg_9_ ua="na">No</Make_Call_Without_Reg_9_> <Register_Expires_9_ ua="na">3600</Register_Expires_9_> <Ans_Call_Without_Reg_9_ ua="na">No</Ans_Call_Without_Reg_9_> <Use_DNS_SRV_9_ ua="na">No</Use_DNS_SRV_9_> <DNS_SRV_Auto_Prefix_9_ ua="na">Yes</DNS_SRV_Auto_Prefix_9_> <Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_9_ ua="na">3600</Proxy_Fallback_Intvl_9_> <Proxy_Redundancy_Method_9_ ua="na">Normal</Proxy_Redundancy_Method_9_> <Dual_Registration_9_ ua="na">No</Dual_Registration_9_> <Auto_Register_When_Failover_9_ ua="na">No</Auto_Register_When_Failover_9_> <!-- Subscriber Information --> <Display_Name_9_ ua="na"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 95 <!-- Call Feature Settings --> <Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_10_ ua="na">No</Blind_Attn-Xfer_Enable_10_> <Message_Waiting_10_ ua="na">No</Message_Waiting_10_> <Auth_Page_10_ ua="na">No</Auth_Page_10_> <Default_Ring_10_ ua="rw">1</Default_Ring_10_> <Auth_Page_Realm_10_ ua="na"/> <Conference_Bridge_URL_10_ ua="na"/> <!-- <Auth_Page_Password_10_ ua="na"/> --> <Mailbox_ID_10_ ua="na"/> <Voice_Mail_Server_10_ ua="na"/> <Voice_Mail_Subscribe_Interval_10_ ua="na">86400</Voice_Mail_Subscribe_Interval_10_> <Broadsoft_ACD_10_ ua="na">No</Broadsoft_ACD_10_> <Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_10_ ua="na">Yes</Auto_Ans_Page_On_Active_Call_10_> <Feature_Key_Sync_10_ ua="na">No</Feature_Key_Sync_10_> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 96 <Speed_Dial_2_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_2_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_3_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_3_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_4_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_4_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_5_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_5_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_6_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_6_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_7_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_7_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_8_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_8_Number ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_9_Name ua="rw"/> <Speed_Dial_9_Number ua="rw"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 97 <ACS_Username ua="na"/> <!-- <ACS_Password ua="na"/> --> <ACS_URL_In_Use ua="ro"/> <Connection_Request_Username ua="na"/> <!-- <Connection_Request_Password ua="na"/> --> <Connection_Request_URL ua="ro"/> <Periodic_Inform_Interval ua="na">20</Periodic_Inform_Interval> <Periodic_Inform_Enable ua="na">Yes</Periodic_Inform_Enable> <TR-069_Traceability ua="na">No</TR-069_Traceability> <CWMP_V1.2_Support ua="na">Yes</CWMP_V1.2_Support> <TR-069_VoiceObject_Init ua="na">Yes</TR-069_VoiceObject_Init> <TR-069_DHCPOption_Init ua="na">Yes</TR-069_DHCPOption_Init> <TR-069_Fallback_Support ua="na">No</TR-069_Fallback_Support> <BACKUP_ACS_URL ua="na"/> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 98 <pskKey_2_></pskKey_2_> <eapType_2_></eapType_2_> <identity_2_></identity_2_> <password_2_></password_2_> <anonymousIdentity_2_></anonymousIdentity_2_> <serverCert_2_></serverCert_2_> <clientCert_2_></clientCert_2_> <ttlsAuthProto_2_></ttlsAuthProto_2_> <profileLock_2_></profileLock_2_> <profileEnable_2_></profileEnable_2_> <profileName_3_></profileName_3_> <ssid_3_></ssid_3_> <securityMode_3_>Disable</securityMode_3_> <cipherType_3_></cipherType_3_> <wepKeyId_3_></wepKeyId_3_> <wepKeyLen_3_></wepKeyLen_3_> <wepKey0_3_></wepKey0_3_> <wepKey1_3_></wepKey1_3_> <wepKey2_3_></wepKey2_3_> <wepKey3_3_></wepKey3_3_> <pskKey_3_></pskKey_3_> <eapType_3_></eapType_3_> <identity_3_></identity_3_> <password_3_></password_3_> <anonymousIdentity_3_></anonymousIdentity_3_> <serverCert_3_></serverCert_3_> <clientCert_3_></clientCert_3_> <ttlsAuthProto_3_></ttlsAuthProto_3_> <profileLock_3_></profileLock_3_> <profileEnable_3_></profileEnable_3_> </flat-profile> Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 99: Appendix B Acronyms

    Call Detail Record Caller ID CIDCW Call Waiting Caller ID Comfort Noise Generation Calling Party Control Customer Premises Equipment CWCID Call Waiting Caller ID Call Waiting Tone Digital to Analog Converter Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 100 ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol ILEC Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier Internet Protocol Internet Service Provider ITSP Internet Telephony Service Provider Interactive Voice Response Local Area Network Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 101 Network Address Translation Out-of-band REQT (SIP) Request Message RESP (SIP) Response Message (SIP) Response Status Code, such as 404, 302, 600 Real Time Protocol Round Trip Time Streaming Audio Server Session Description Protocol Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 102 TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol Transmission Control Protocol User Agent Micro-controller User Datagram Protocol Uniform Resource Locator Voicemail VMWI Visual Message Waiting Indication/Indicator Voice Quality Wide Area Network Extensible Markup Language Cisco IP Phone 6800 Series Multiplatform Phones Provisioning Guide...
  • Page 103: Appendix C Related Documentation

    Documentation, Service Requests, and Additional Information For information about how to obtain documentation, submit a service request, and gather additional information, see the monthly publication What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation. This publication also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation at https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/general/whatsnew/...
  • Page 104 Documentation, Service Requests, and Additional Information Subscribe to the What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation as a Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed. Use a reader application to set content for direct delivery to your desktop. The RSS feeds are a free service, and Cisco currently supports RSS Version 2.0.