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SIP Phone

<KX-UT136>
KX-UT113/KX-UT123
KX-UT133/KX-UT136
Model No.
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use.
KX-UT113/KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136: Software File Version 01.000 or later
In this manual, the suffix of each model number is omitted unless necessary.
Document Version: 2011-06

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Table of Contents

Troubleshooting

   Summary of Contents for Panasonic KX-UT133-B

  • Page 1: Sip Phone

    KX-UT113/KX-UT123 KX-UT133/KX-UT136 Model No. Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product. Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use. KX-UT113/KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136: Software File Version 01.000 or later In this manual, the suffix of each model number is omitted unless necessary.
  • Page 2: Related Documentation

    Briefly describes basic information about the installation of the unit. Operating Instructions Describes information about the installation and operation of the unit. Manuals and supporting information are provided on the Panasonic Web site at: http://www.panasonic.com/sip (for users in the United States) http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone (for users in all other countries/areas) Technical Support When technical support is required, contact your phone system dealer.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Initial Setup .....................15 Setup ..........................16 1.1.1 Factory Defaults ......................16 1.1.2 Language Selection for the Unit ..................16 1.1.3 Basic Network Setup ......................16 1.1.4 Overview of Programming ....................18 1.1.5 Phone User Interface Programming ................18 1.1.5.1 Changing the Language for Phone User Interface Programming .......19 1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming ..................19...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Web User Interface Setting List ..................56 Status ..........................65 4.2.1 Version Information ......................65 4.2.1.1 Version Information .....................66 Model ........................66 Operating Bank ......................66 IPL Version .......................66 Firmware Version ......................66 4.2.2 Network Status .......................66 4.2.2.1 Network Status ......................67 MAC Address ......................67 Ethernet Link Status (LAN Port) ................67 Ethernet Link Status (PC Port) (KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) ....67 Connection Mode ......................67...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Enable Proxy ......................78 Proxy Server Address ....................78 Proxy Server Port ......................78 4.3.4 Global Address Detection ....................78 4.3.4.1 Global Address Detection ....................79 Detection Method ......................79 Detection Interval ......................79 4.3.4.2 STUN Server .......................79 STUN Server Address ....................79 STUN Server Port .....................80 4.3.5 Static NAPT Settings ......................80 4.3.5.1...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 4.5.1 SIP Settings ........................91 4.5.1.1 SIP Setting ........................91 SIP User Agent ......................91 4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] ..................92 4.5.2.1 Phone Number ......................93 Phone Number ......................93 SIP URI ........................93 4.5.2.2 SIP Server ........................93 Registrar Server Address ..................93 Registrar Server Port ....................93 Proxy Server Address ....................94 Proxy Server Port ......................94...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents 4.5.4.1 Quality of Service (QoS) ....................104 RTP Packet QoS (DSCP) ..................104 4.5.4.2 Statistical Information ....................104 RTCP Enable ......................104 RTCP Interval ......................105 4.5.4.3 Jitter Buffer ........................105 Maximum Delay ......................105 Minimum Delay .......................105 Initial Delay ......................105 4.5.4.4 DTMF .........................106 DTMF Type ......................106 4.5.4.5 Call Hold ........................106...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Unconditional (Enable Call Forward) ..............117 Unconditional (Phone Number) ................118 Busy (Enable Call Forward) ..................118 Busy (Phone Number) ....................119 No Answer (Enable Call Forward) ................119 No Answer (Phone Number) ...................120 No Answer (Ring Count) ..................120 4.6.3 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) ..........121 4.6.3.1 Flexible Button Settings .....................121 Type (No.
  • Page 9 Table of Contents Resync Interval .......................133 Header Value for Resync Event ................133 4.7.4 Management Server .....................133 4.7.4.1 Management Server ....................133 Management Server URL ..................133 4.7.4.2 Management Server Authentication ................134 Authentication ID .....................134 Authentication Password ..................134 4.7.5 Reset to Defaults ......................134 4.7.6 Restart ..........................135 5 Configuration File Programming ............137...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents CFG_FILE_KEY1 ......................162 CFG_FILE_KEY2 ......................163 CFG_FILE_KEY3 ......................163 CFG_FILE_KEY_LENGTH ..................163 CFG_CYCLIC ......................163 CFG_CYCLIC_INTVL ....................164 CFG_RTRY_INTVL ....................164 CFG_RESYNC_TIME ....................164 CFG_RESYNC_FROM_SIP ..................165 5.3.6 Management Server Settings ..................165 ACS_URL ........................165 ACS_USER_ID ......................165 ACS_PASS ........................166 PERIODIC_INFORM_ENABLE .................166 PERIODIC_INFORM_INTERVAL ................166 PERIODIC_INFORM_TIME ..................166 CON_REQ_USER_ID ....................167 CON_REQ_PASS .....................167 Network Settings ......................168 5.4.1...
  • Page 11 Table of Contents 5.4.7 Miscellaneous Network Settings ..................178 NW_SETTING_ENABLE ...................178 CUSTOM_WEB_PAGE .....................178 Telephone Settings .......................179 5.5.1 Call Control Settings .....................179 VM_SUBSCRIBE_ENABLE ..................179 CONFERENCE_SERVER_URI ................179 FIRSTDIGIT_TIM .......................179 INTDIGIT_TIM ......................180 MACRODIGIT_TIM ....................180 INTERNATIONAL_ACCESS_CODE .................180 COUNTRY_CALLING_CODE ...................180 NATIONAL_ACCESS_CODE ...................181 DEFAULT_LINE_SELECT ..................181 DATA_LINE_MODE ....................181 NUM_PLAN_PICKUP_DIRECT ................181 TALK_PACKAGE ......................182 HOLD_PACKAGE .....................182...
  • Page 12 Table of Contents HOLD_ALARM_RPT ....................191 HOLD_ALARM_TIMING ....................191 CW_TONE1_FRQ .....................191 CW_TONE1_GAIN ....................192 CW_TONE1_RPT .....................192 CW_TONE1_TIMING ....................192 HOLD_TONE_FRQ ....................192 HOLD_TONE_GAIN ....................192 HOLD_TONE_RPT ....................193 HOLD_TONE_TIMING ....................193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN1_TIMING ................193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN2_TIMING ................193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN3_TIMING ................193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN4_TIMING ................194 BELL_CORE_PATTERN5_TIMING ................194 5.5.3 Telephone Settings ......................194 DISPLAY_NAME_REPLACE ..................194 NUMBER_MATCHING_LOWER_DIGIT ..............194 NUMBER_MATCHING_UPPER_DIGIT ..............195 DISPLAY_DATE_PATTERN ..................195 DISPLAY_TIME_PATTERN ..................195...
  • Page 13 Table of Contents DTMF_SIGNAL_LEN ....................207 DTMF_INTDIGIT_TIM ....................207 Line Settings ........................208 5.7.1 Call Control Settings .....................208 DISPLAY_NAME_n ....................208 VM_NUMBER_n ......................208 DIAL_PLAN_n ......................208 DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_n ..............209 SHARED_CALL_ENABLE_n ..................209 FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_n ................210 RESOURCELIST_URI_n ..................210 CW_ENABLE_n ......................211 RETURN_VOL_SET_DEFAULT_ENABLE ...............211 FLASH_RECALL_TERMINATE ................211 FLASHHOOK_CONTENT_TYPE ................211 5.7.2 SIP Settings ........................212 SIP_USER_AGENT ....................212 PHONE_NUMBER_n ....................212 SIP_URI_n .........................212...
  • Page 14 Table of Contents USE_DEL_REG_CLOSE_n ..................224 PORT_PUNCH_INTVL_n ..................224 SIP_ADD_RPORT_n ....................225 SIP_REQURI_PORT_n .....................225 SIP_SUBS_EXPIRE_n ....................226 SUB_RTX_INTVL_n ....................226 REG_RTX_INTVL_n ....................226 SIP_P_PREFERRED_ID_n ..................226 SIP_PRIVACY_n .......................227 ADD_USER_PHONE_n ....................227 SDP_USER_ID_n ......................227 SUB_INTERVAL_RATE_n ..................227 SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_n ..................228 SIP_OUTPROXY_PORT_n ..................228 SIP_TRANSPORT_n ....................228 SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_n ..................229 SIP_ANM_USERNAME_n ..................229 SIP_ANM_HOSTNAME_n ..................229 SIP_DETECT_SSAF_n .....................230 SIP_CONTACT_ON_ACK_n ..................230 SIP_TIMER_B_n .......................230 SIP_TIMER_D_n .......................231...
  • Page 15: Initial Setup

    Section 1 Initial Setup This section provides an overview of the setup procedures for the unit. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 16: Setup

    Note • To select the display language for the unit, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). • To select the display language for the Web user interface, see 4.4.1 Web Language.
  • Page 17: Dns Server Settings

    The following procedures explain how to change the network settings via each interface. For details about the individual network settings that can be configured via the unit, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction) or see 4.3.1 Basic Network Settings. Configuring Settings from the Unit To configure network settings automatically (soft button) ®...
  • Page 18: Overview Of Programming

    1.1.5 Phone User Interface Programming You can change the settings directly from the unit. For details about the operations, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). For details about additional features available with direct commands, see Section 3 Phone User Interface Programming.
  • Page 19: Changing The Language For Phone User Interface Programming

    You can change the language used on the LCD. Because the language settings for the LCD of the unit are not synchronized, you must set the languages individually for the unit. For details about changing the setting, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction).
  • Page 20: Changing The Language For Web User Interface Programming

    To access the Web user interface, you must open the unit’s Web port beforehand. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). For details about additional features available with direct commands, see Section 3 Phone User Interface Programming.
  • Page 21: Access Levels (ids And Passwords)

    1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming Configuring Settings from the Web User Interface To close the unit’s Web port In the Web user interface, click [Web Port Close]. Click OK. Note • The Web port of the unit will be closed automatically in the following conditions: –...
  • Page 22: Accessing The Web User Interface

    1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming • The IDs can be changed through configuration file programming (® see "ADMIN_ID" and "USER_ID" in 5.3.1 Login Account Settings). • You can reset the account IDs and passwords to their factory default settings by performing Reset Web ID/Password from the unit.
  • Page 23: Controls On The Window

    1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming Controls on the Window The Web user interface window contains various controls for navigating and configuring settings. The following figure shows the controls that are displayed on the [Basic Network Settings] screen as an example: Note •...
  • Page 24: Entering Characters

    1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming Button Function Refresh Updates the status information displayed on the screen. This button is displayed in the upper-right area of the [Network Status] and [VoIP Status] screens. Entering Characters In the Web user interface, when specifying a name, message, password, or other text item, you can enter any of the ASCII characters displayed in the following table with a white background.
  • Page 25 1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming Result Message Description Applicable Screens Complete The operation has successfully completed. All screens except 4.6.7 Export Phonebook Failed (Parameter Error) The operation failed because: All screens • Some specified values are out of range or invalid. Failed (Memory Access The operation failed because: All screens...
  • Page 26: Other Network Settings

    1.1.7 Other Network Settings Result Message Description Applicable Screens Memory Full The operation failed because: 4.6.6 Import Phonebook • When attempting to import the phonebook data, the total number of phonebook entries, including the existing entries, exceeds the limit (of up to 100 [for the KX-UT113]/500 [for the KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136] entries).
  • Page 27: Nat (network Address Translation) Setup

    1.1.7 Other Network Settings 1.1.7.2 NAT (Network Address Translation) Setup This section provides information about configuring a router that uses NAT. Internet Global IP address: xxx.yyy.zzz.127 Router Switching SIP Phone Private IP address: Private IP address: 192.168.228.11 192.168.228.12 If the unit is connected to a network that uses a NAT router and a private IP address is assigned to each terminal on the network, depending on your phone system’s setup, you might need to configure the unit and router so as to use NAT Traversal techniques.
  • Page 28: Global Address Detection

    1.1.7 Other Network Settings To set the router’s external (global) IP address and reception port number in the unit In the Web user interface, click the [Network] tab, click [Static NAPT Settings], and then enter the router’s global IP address in [Global IP Address]. Select [Yes] for [Enable Global IP Address Usage per Line] for each line.
  • Page 29: Reset And Firmware Update

    1.2.1 Reset NATs) or SIP messages, to perform this feature. For details about specifying this setting through the Web user interface, see 4.3.4 Global Address Detection. To set Global Address Detection In the Web user interface, click the [Network] tab, click [Global Address Detection], and then select [STUN] for [Detection Method].
  • Page 30: Resetting The Settings Made Through The Web User Interface (reset Web Settings)

    1.2.2 Firmware Update [ ]/[ ]: Select "Yes" ® [ENTER] [ ]/[ ]: Select "Yes" ® [ENTER] Notice • After performing IP Reset, the unit will restart automatically. To avoid problems, it is recommended that you save your settings before performing IP Reset. 1.2.1.3 Resetting the Settings Made through the Web User Interface (Reset Web Settings) Performing Reset Web Settings from the Web user interface (®...
  • Page 31: General Information On Provisioning

    Section 2 General Information on Provisioning This section provides an overview of the configuration file programming procedures for the unit, including pre-provisioning and provisioning. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 32: Pre-provisioning

    2.1.1 What is Pre-provisioning? 2.1 Pre-provisioning 2.1.1 What is Pre-provisioning? To perform pre-provisioning, you must set the IP address of a TFTP server to the DHCP server option 66 so that the unit can acquire the TFTP server address. When the unit starts up and no configuration has been applied, it will automatically acquire the address of the TFTP server and download the configuration file.
  • Page 33: Pre-provisioning When Setting Static Ip Addresses

    2.1.4 Pre-provisioning Setting Example 2.1.2 Pre-provisioning when Setting Static IP Addresses To perform pre-provisioning, the unit needs to acquire the TFTP server address from option 66 on a DHCP server. Therefore, pre-provisioning cannot be performed if you use static IP addressing on your network. If you use static IP addressing and want to perform pre-provisioning, construct a small, separate network and connect a DHCP and TFTP server to that network.
  • Page 34 Provisioning server name (where the provisioning.example.com configuration file used for provisioning is to be stored) Distribution directory of the provisioning server /Panasonic File name of the configuration file used for Config0080F0123456.cfg provisioning URL of the configuration file used for http://provisioning.example.com/Panasonic/ provisioning Config0080F0123456.cfg...
  • Page 35 KX-UT113 users will be: tftp://192.168.0.130/KX-UT113.cfg Step 3 The URL of the server where the configuration file for provisioning is stored (provisioning server) is set http://provisioning.example.com/ to the unit: Panasonic/Config0080F0123456.cfg http://provisioning.example.com/Panasonic/ SIP Phone KX-UT136.cfg Config{MAC}.cfg Step 4 The unit will display a message indicating pre-provisioning is complete.
  • Page 36: Provisioning

    2.2.3 Configuration File 2.2 Provisioning 2.2.1 What is Provisioning? After pre-provisioning has been performed (® see 2.1 Pre-provisioning), you can set up the unit automatically by downloading the configuration file stored on the provisioning server into the unit. This is called "provisioning".
  • Page 37: Using 3 Types Of Configuration Files

    Time Protocol) servers managed by your phone system dealer. This configuration file is used by all the units. Example of the configuration file’s URL: http://prov.example.com/Panasonic/ConfigCommon.cfg Product configuration file Configure settings that are required for a particular model, such as the default setting of the privacy mode. This configuration file is used by all the units that have the same model name.
  • Page 38: Downloading Configuration Files

    Confirm that the provisioning server's IP address/FQDN and directory are correct, and store the configuration files in the directory (e.g., http://provisioning.example.com/Panasonic/Config_Sample.cfg). Enter the IP address of the unit into the PC's Web browser (® see 1.1.6.3 Before Accessing the Web User Interface).
  • Page 39 2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files Download Timing Explanation At regular intervals of time The configuration files are downloaded at specified intervals of time, set in minutes. In the example below, the unit has been programmed to check for and download configuration files from the provisioning server every 3 days (4320 minutes).
  • Page 40 2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files Download Timing Explanation At a specified time each day After the unit is powered on, it will check for and download configuration files once per day at the specified time. CFG_RESYNC_TIME="02:00" Provisioning SIP Phone Server Check Power On at 12:00 Download...
  • Page 41: Downloading Configuration Files Using Tr

    2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files Download Timing Explanation None (prohibited) If you want to prohibit units from changing their settings by downloading configuration files, you can enable this function from the Web user interface. The following operations will be prohibited: – Pre-provisioning –...
  • Page 42 2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files Parameter Name Requirement Ref. TR-069 Parameter Configuration File Parameter TR-106 Device.ManagementServer.PeriodicInfo PERIODIC_INFORM_INTERVAL Page 166 rmInterval TR-106 Device.ManagementServer.PeriodicInfo PERIODIC_INFORM_TIME Page 166 rmTime TR-106 Device.ManagementServer.Connection CON_REQ_USER_ID Page 167 RequestUsername CON_REQ_PASS TR-106 Device.ManagementServer.Connection Page 167 RequestPassword TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. RTP_PTIME Page 204 {i}.Line.{i}.Codec.List.
  • Page 43 2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files Parameter Name Requirement Ref. TR-069 Parameter Configuration File Parameter TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. SIP_SVCDOMAIN_n Page 215 {i}.SIP.UserAgentDomain TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. SIP_SRC_PORT_n Page 214 {i}.SIP.UserAgentPort TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. REG_EXPIRE_TIME_n Page 216 {i}.SIP.RegisterExpires DSCP_RTP_n TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. Page 202 {i}.SIP.DSCPMark TR-104 Device.VoiceService.{i}.VoiceProfile. SIP_TIMER_T1_n Page 218 {i}.SIP.TimerT1 TR-104...
  • Page 44: Provisioning Server Setting Example

    Panasonic/Config{MAC}.cfg" • CFG_MASTER_FILE_PATH="http://prov.example.com/ Panasonic/ConfigCommon.cfg" Directory on the provisioning Create the "Panasonic" directory just under the HTTP root directory of the server containing the provisioning server. configuration files File name of configuration Store the following configuration files in the "Panasonic" directory.
  • Page 45: Encryption

    2.2.6 Encryption Example Provisioning Direction from the Server The following figure shows an example NOTIFY message from the server, directing the units to perform provisioning. The text "check-sync" is specified for "CFG_RESYNC_FROM_SIP". NOTIFY sip:1234567890@sip.example.com SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:5060;branch=abcdef-ghijkl From: sip:prov@sip.example.com To: sip:1234567890@sip.example.com Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 01:01:01 GMT Call-ID: 123456-1234567912345678...
  • Page 46: Priority Of Setting Methods

    2.3 Priority of Setting Methods Extension of Configuration Configuration File Parameters Used for Decrypting File ".e1c" CFG_FILE_KEY1 ".e2c" CFG_FILE_KEY2 ".e3c" CFG_FILE_KEY3 Other than ".e1c", ".e2c", and Processed as unencrypted configuration files. ".e3c" The extension ".cfg" should be used for unencrypted configuration files. Comparison of the 2 Methods The following table compares the characteristics for the 2 transfer methods.
  • Page 47: Configuration File Specifications

    To prevent the designated character sequence being altered by chance, it is recommended that the configuration file starts with the comment line shown below: # Panasonic SIP Phone Standard Format File # DO NOT CHANGE THIS LINE! • Configuration files must end with an empty line.
  • Page 48: Configuration File Examples

    All configurable settings can be specified in the configuration file. You can ignore settings that already have the desired values. Only change parameters as necessary. 2.5 Configuration File Examples The following examples of configuration files are provided on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). • Simplified Example of the Configuration File •...
  • Page 49: Example With Incorrect Descriptions

    The following listing shows an example of a configuration file that contains incorrect formatting: An improper description is entered in the first line. A configuration file must start with the designated character sequence "# Panasonic SIP Phone Standard Format File #". Comment lines start in the middle of the lines.
  • Page 50 2.5.2 Example with Incorrect Descriptions CFG_STANDARD_FILE_PATH="http://config.example.com/0123456789AB.cfg" # URL of this configuration file ############################################################ # SIP Settings # # Suffix "_1" indicates this parameter is for "line 1". # ############################################################ SIP_RGSTR_ADDR_1="registrar.example.com" # IP Address or FQDN of SIP registrar server SIP_PRXY_ADDR_1="proxy.example.com" # IP Address or FQDN of proxy server # Enables DNS SRV lookup SIP_DNSSRV_ENA_1="Y"...
  • Page 51: Phone User Interface Programming

    Section 3 Phone User Interface Programming This section explains how to configure the unit by entering direct commands through the phone user interface. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 52: Phone User Interface Programming

    To enter direct commands, use the dial keys and soft buttons on the unit. For details about the other available features, settings and key operations on the phone user interface, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). 3.1.1 Phone User Interface Feature List and Direct Commands The following table shows additional features programmable with direct commands.
  • Page 53 3.1.4 Reset Web ID/Password To perform Reset Web ID/Password (soft button) ® [#][7][3][9] Setting [ ]/[ ]: Select "Yes" for Reset Web ID/Password ® [ENTER] All the IDs and passwords are reset, and the unit will restart. Notice • Once you press [#][7][3][9], Reset Web ID/Password is performed immediately and without asking for confirmation, regardless of the communication status.
  • Page 54 3.1.4 Reset Web ID/Password Administrator Guide Document Version 2011-06...
  • Page 55: Web User Interface Programming

    Section 4 Web User Interface Programming This section provides information about the settings available in the Web user interface. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 56: Web User Interface Setting List

    4.1 Web User Interface Setting List 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List The following tables show all the settings that you can configure from the Web user interface and the access levels. For details about each setting, see the reference pages listed. For details about setting up Web user interface programming, see 1.1.6 Web User Interface Programming.
  • Page 57 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Network Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Basic Network Connection Mode Connection Mode ü ü Page 71 Settings DHCP Settings Host Name ü Page 71 Domain Name Server ü ü Page 72 Static Settings Static IP Address ü...
  • Page 58 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Static NAPT Global IP Address Global IP Address ü Page 80 Settings Enable Global IP Line 1–Line 4 ü Page 81 Address Usage per Line External RTP Port Channel 1–25 ü...
  • Page 59: Section Title

    4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Time Adjust Synchronization Enable Synchronization by ü ü Page 87 Settings Synchronization Interval ü ü Page 87 Time Server NTP Server Address ü ü Page 87 Time Zone Time Zone ü...
  • Page 60 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. SIP Server Registrar Server Address ü Page 93 Registrar Server Port ü Page 93 Proxy Server Address ü Page 94 Proxy Server Port ü Page 94 Presence Server Address ü...
  • Page 61 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. VoIP Settings RTP Settings RTP Packet Time ü Page 102 Minimum RTP Port Number ü Page 102 Maximum RTP Port Number ü Page 102 Telephone-event Payload ü...
  • Page 62 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Telephone Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Call Control Call Control Send SUBSCRIBE to Voice ü Page 109 Mail Server Conference Server URI ü Page 110 Inter-digit Timeout ü Page 110 Timer for Dial Plan ü...
  • Page 63 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Call Control [Line Call Control Display Name ü ü Page 113 1]–[Line 4] Voice Mail Access Number ü Page 113 Enable Shared Call ü Page 114 Synchronize Do Not Disturb ü...
  • Page 64 4.1 Web User Interface Setting List Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Tone Settings Dial Tone Tone Frequencies ü Page 122 Tone Timings ü Page 123 Busy Tone Tone Frequencies ü Page 123 Tone Timings ü Page 123 Ringing Tone Tone Frequencies Page 124...
  • Page 65: Status

    4.2.1 Version Information Access Level Menu Item Section Title Setting Ref. Provisioning Provisioning Enable Provisioning ü Page 131 Maintenance Maintenance Standard File URL ü Page 131 Product File URL ü Page 132 Master File URL ü Page 132 Cyclic Auto Resync Page 132 ü...
  • Page 66: Version Information

    4.2.2 Network Status 4.2.1.1 Version Information Model Description Indicates the model number of the unit (reference only). Value Range Model number Default Value Current model number Operating Bank Description Indicates the storage area of the firmware that is currently operating (reference only).
  • Page 67: Network Status

    4.2.2 Network Status Clicking [Refresh] updates the information displayed on the screen. 4.2.2.1 Network Status MAC Address Description Indicates the MAC address of the unit (reference only). Value Range Not applicable. Default Value Default MAC address (example: 0080F0ABCDEF) Ethernet Link Status (LAN Port) Description Indicates the current connection status of the Ethernet LAN port (reference only).
  • Page 68: Ip Address

    4.2.2 Network Status Value Range • DHCP • Static Default Value Not applicable. IP Address Description Indicates the currently assigned IP address of the unit (reference only). Value Range IP address Default Value Current IP address Subnet Mask Description Indicates the specified subnet mask for the unit (reference only). Value Range Subnet mask Default Value...
  • Page 69: Dns2

    4.2.3 VoIP Status DNS2 Description Indicates the specified IP address of the secondary DNS server (reference only). Note • If the secondary DNS server address is not specified, this field will be left blank. Value Range IP address of the secondary DNS server Default Value Not applicable.
  • Page 70: Phone Number

    4.3.1 Basic Network Settings Phone Number Description Indicates the currently assigned phone numbers (reference only). Note • The corresponding field is blank if a line has not yet been leased or if the unit has not been configured. Value Range Max.
  • Page 71: Connection Mode

    4.3.1 Basic Network Settings "Embedded web" on the unit (® see Opening/Closing the Web Port in 1.1.6.3 Before Accessing the Web User Interface). 4.3.1.1 Connection Mode Connection Mode Description Selects whether to assign the IP address automatically (DHCP) or manually (static). •...
  • Page 72: Domain Name Server

    4.3.1 Basic Network Settings Value Range Max. 63 characters Note • You cannot leave this field empty. • If "{MODEL}" is included in this parameter, it will be replaced with the unit’s model name. Default Value {MODEL} Configuration File Reference HOST_NAME (Page 168) Domain Name Server Description...
  • Page 73: Subnet Mask

    4.3.1 Basic Network Settings Phone User Interface Configuring Settings from the Unit (Page 17) Reference Configuration File Reference STATIC_IP_ADDRESS (Page 169) Subnet Mask Description Specifies the subnet mask for the unit. Note • This setting is available only when [Connection Mode] is set to [Static].
  • Page 74: Dns2

    To access it again, you need to correct the speed/duplex settings or perform IP Reset through phone user interface programming. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). Administrator Guide Document Version...
  • Page 75: Link Speed/duplex Mode

    4.3.2 Ethernet Port Settings 4.3.2.1 Link Speed/Duplex Mode LAN Port Description Selects the connection mode (link speed and duplex mode) of the LAN port. • Value Range Auto Negotiation • 100 Mbps/Full Duplex • 100 Mbps/Half Duplex • 10 Mbps/Full Duplex •...
  • Page 76: Ip Phone (priority)

    4.3.3 HTTP Client Settings IP Phone (Priority) Description Selects the priority number for the unit. Value Range 0–7 Default Value Configuration File Reference VLAN_PRI_IP_PHONE (Page 173) PC (VLAN ID) (KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) Description Specifies the VLAN ID for the PC. Value Range 1–4094 Default Value Configuration File Reference...
  • Page 77: Http Client Settings

    4.3.3 HTTP Client Settings 4.3.3.1 HTTP Client Settings HTTP Version Description Selects which version of the HTTP protocol to use for HTTP communication. • Value Range HTTP/1.0 • HTTP/1.1 Note • For this unit, it is strongly recommended that you select [HTTP/ 1.0].
  • Page 78: Authentication Password

    4.3.4 Global Address Detection Authentication Password Description Specifies the password for the User account. If set, this password must be entered to access the Web user interface at the User access level. Value Range Max. 127 characters Default Value Not stored. 4.3.3.3 Proxy Server Settings Enable Proxy Description...
  • Page 79: Global Address Detection

    4.3.4 Global Address Detection Note • If the unit is connected directly to the Internet, or the network global address is static (i.e., does not change), you do not need to configure Global Address Detection. 4.3.4.1 Global Address Detection Detection Method Description Selects the method to use for detecting the global IP address.
  • Page 80: Stun Server Port

    4.3.5 Static NAPT Settings STUN Server Port Description Specifies the port number of the STUN server. Value Range 1–65535 Default Value 3478 Configuration File Reference STUN_SERV_PORT (Page 177) 4.3.5 Static NAPT Settings This screen allows you to configure the NAPT (Network Address Port Translation) settings. If the unit is connected behind a router that uses NAT/NAPT to translate private IP addresses, global IP addresses, VoIP packets might be blocked by the router, depending on the SIP server.
  • Page 81: Enable Global Ip Address Usage Per Line

    4.3.5 Static NAPT Settings Value Range IP address in dotted-decimal notation ("n.n.n.n" [n=0–255]) (Max. 15 digits) Default Value Not stored. 4.3.5.2 Enable Global IP Address Usage per Line Line 1–Line 4 Description Selects whether to enable the NAT Traversal feature for each line. Note •...
  • Page 82: System

    4.4.2 Administrator Password 4.4 System This section provides detailed descriptions about all the settings classified under the [System] tab. 4.4.1 Web Language This screen allows you to select the language used for the Web user interface. The language setting is only applicable when you log in to the Web user interface as User.
  • Page 83: Change Administrator Password

    4.4.2 Administrator Password Note • For security reasons, the characters entered for the password are masked by special characters, which differ depending on the Web browser. • After you change the administrator password, the next time you access the Web user interface, the authentication dialog box appears.
  • Page 84: Change User Password

    4.4.3 Change User Password Default Value Not stored. Configuration File Reference ADMIN_PASS (Page 149) 4.4.3 Change User Password This screen allows you to change the password used to authenticate the User account when logging in to the Web user interface. Note •...
  • Page 85: Confirm New Password

    4.4.4 Web Server Settings Default Value Not stored. Note • When a user logs in to the Web user interface for the first time, after clicking OK on the authentication dialog box, the [Change User Password] screen is displayed automatically to make the user set a password.
  • Page 86: Port Close Timer

    4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings Default Value Note • When you change the default value of the port number to a value other than "80", such as "8080", enter the URL for accessing the Web user interface using the following format: "http://192.168.0.100:8080/"...
  • Page 87: Synchronization

    4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings 4.4.5.1 Synchronization Enable Synchronization by NTP Description Selects whether to enable the unit to automatically adjust its clock according to the time information provided by an NTP server. • Value Range • Note • Even if you select [Yes], this feature will not function properly if the NTP server address setting is invalid.
  • Page 88: Daylight Saving Time (summer Time)

    4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings 4.4.5.4 Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) Enable DST (Enable Summer Time) Description Selects whether to enable DST (Summer Time). Value Range • • Default Value Configuration File Reference DST_ENABLE (Page 150) DST Offset (Summer Time Offset) Description Specifies the amount of time, in minutes, to change the time when [Enable DST (Enable Summer Time)] is set to [Yes].
  • Page 89: Time

    4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings Description Selects the number of the week on which DST (Summer Time) starts. Value Range • First • Second • Third • Fourth • Last Default Value Second Configuration File Reference DST_START_ORDINAL_DAY (Page 151) Description Selects the day of the week on which DST (Summer Time) starts. Value Range •...
  • Page 90: Day Of Week

    4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings Value Range • January • February • March • April • • June • July • August • September • October • November • December Default Value October Configuration File Reference DST_STOP_MONTH (Page 153) Day of Week Using the 2 following settings, specify on which day of the selected month DST (Summer Time) ends.
  • Page 91: Time

    4.5.1 SIP Settings Time Description Specifies the end time of DST (Summer Time) in minutes after 12:00 Value Range 0–1439 Default Value Configuration File Reference DST_STOP_TIME (Page 154) 4.5 VoIP This section provides detailed descriptions about all the settings classified under the [VoIP] tab. 4.5.1 SIP Settings This screen allows you to change the SIP settings that are common to all lines.
  • Page 92: Sip Settings [line 1]-[line 4]

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range Max. 40 characters Note • You cannot leave this field empty. • If "{mac}" is included in this field, it will be replaced with the unit’s MAC address in lower-case. • If "{MAC}" is included in this field, it will be replaced with the unit’s MAC address in upper-case.
  • Page 93: Phone Number

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] 4.5.2.1 Phone Number Phone Number Description Specifies the phone number to use as the user ID required for registration to the SIP registrar server. Note • When registering using a user ID that is not a phone number, you should use the [SIP URI] setting.
  • Page 94: Proxy Server Address

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range 1–65535 Default Value 5060 Configuration File Reference SIP_RGSTR_PORT_n (Page 215) Proxy Server Address Description Specifies the IP address or FQDN of the SIP proxy server. Value Range Max. 127 characters Default Value Not stored.
  • Page 95: Outbound Proxy Server

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] 4.5.2.3 Outbound Proxy Server Outbound Proxy Server Address Description Specifies the IP address or FQDN of the SIP outbound proxy server. Value Range Max. 127 characters Default Value Not stored. Configuration File Reference SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_n (Page 228) Outbound Proxy Server Port Description Specifies the port number to use for communication with the SIP...
  • Page 96: Sip Authentication

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range 1024–49151 Note • You cannot specify here the same port number as any of the port numbers in [Channel 1–25] in 4.3.5.3 External RTP Port (if they are configured). In addition, you cannot specify a port number that is 1 greater than a port number specified in [Channel 1–25].
  • Page 97: Srv Lookup Prefix For Udp

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range • • Note • If you select [Yes], the unit will perform a DNS SRV lookup for a SIP registrar server, SIP proxy server, SIP outbound proxy server, or SIP presence server. If you select [No], the unit will not perform a DNS SRV lookup for a SIP registrar server, SIP proxy server, SIP outbound proxy server, or SIP presence server.
  • Page 98: Timer Settings

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range • • Default Value Configuration File Reference SIP_TRANSPORT_n (Page 228) 4.5.2.9 Timer Settings T1 Timer Description Selects the default interval, in milliseconds, between transmissions of SIP messages. For details, refer to RFC 3261. Value Range •...
  • Page 99: Timer D

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Timer D Description Specifies the value of SIP timer D (wait time for answer resending), in milliseconds. For details, refer to RFC 3261. Value Range 0, 250–64000 Default Value 5000 Configuration File Reference SIP_TIMER_D_n (Page 231) Timer F Description Specifies the value of SIP timer F (non-INVITE transaction timeout...
  • Page 100: Sip Extensions

    4.5.2 SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Default Value Configuration File Reference DSCP_SIP_n (Page 217) 4.5.2.11 SIP extensions Supports 100rel (RFC 3262) Description Selects whether to add the option tag 100rel to the "Supported" header of the INVITE message. For details, refer to RFC 3262. Value Range •...
  • Page 101: Supports Rport (rfc 3581)

    4.5.3 VoIP Settings Supports Rport (RFC 3581) Description Selects whether to add the 'rport' parameter to the top Via header field value of requests generated. For details, refer to RFC 3581. Value Range • • Default Value Configuration File Reference SIP_ADD_RPORT_n (Page 225) 4.5.2.13 Security Enable SSAF (SIP Source Address Filter)
  • Page 102: Rtp Settings

    4.5.3 VoIP Settings 4.5.3.1 RTP Settings RTP Packet Time Description Selects the interval, in milliseconds, between transmissions of RTP packets. • Value Range • • Default Value Configuration File Reference RTP_PTIME (Page 204) Minimum RTP Port Number Description Specifies the lowest port number that the unit will use for RTP packets. Note •...
  • Page 103: Telephone-event Payload Type

    4.5.3 VoIP Settings Value Range 1424–49150 (even number only) Note • The value for this setting must be greater than or equal to "[Minimum RTP Port Number] + 400". • Changing this setting may affect the number of simultaneous calls that can be made. Therefore, when setting this parameter, be aware that the maximum number of necessary ports can be calculated as shown below: No.
  • Page 104: Voip Settings [line 1]-[line 4]

    4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] 4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] This screen allows you to change the VoIP settings that are specific to each line. 4.5.4.1 Quality of Service (QoS) RTP Packet QoS (DSCP) Description Selects the DSCP level of DiffServ applied to RTP packets. Value Range 0–63 Default Value...
  • Page 105: Rtcp Interval

    4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Configuration File Reference RTCP_ENABLE_n (Page 205) RTCP Interval Description Specifies the interval, in seconds, between RTCP packets. Value Range 5–65535 Default Value Configuration File Reference RTCP_INTVL_n (Page 202) 4.5.4.3 Jitter Buffer Maximum Delay Description Specifies the maximum delay, in 10-millisecond units, of the jitter buffer.
  • Page 106: Dtmf

    4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range 1–7 (´ 10 ms) Note • This setting is subject to the following conditions: – This value must be greater than or equal to [Minimum Delay] – This value must be less than [Maximum Delay] Default Value 2 (´...
  • Page 107: Codec Preferences

    4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] 4.5.4.6 CODEC Preferences G722 (Enable) Description Selects whether to enable the G.722 codec for voice data transmission. Value Range • • Default Value Configuration File Reference CODEC_ENABLEx_n (Page 201) G722 (Priority) Description Specifies the numerical order usage priority for the G.722 codec. Value Range 1–255 Default Value...
  • Page 108: G726-32 (priority)

    4.5.4 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Configuration File Reference CODEC_ENABLEx_n (Page 201) G726–32 (Priority) Description Specifies the numerical order usage priority for the G.726-32 codec. Value Range 1–255 Default Value Configuration File Reference CODEC_PRIORITYx_n (Page 201) G729A (Enable) Description Selects whether to enable the G.729A codec for voice data transmission.
  • Page 109: Telephone

    4.6.1 Call Control Configuration File Reference CODEC_PRIORITYx_n (Page 201) 4.6 Telephone This section provides detailed descriptions about all the settings classified under the [Telephone] tab. 4.6.1 Call Control This screen allows you to configure various call features that are common to all lines. 4.6.1.1 Call Control Send SUBSCRIBE to Voice Mail Server Description...
  • Page 110: Conference Server Uri

    4.6.1 Call Control Conference Server URI Description Specifies the URI for a conference server, which consists of "sip:", a user part, the "@" symbol, and a host part, for example, "sip:conference@example.com". Note • In a SIP URI, the user part ("conference" in the example above) can contain up to 63 characters, and the host part ("example.com"...
  • Page 111: Country Calling Code

    4.6.1 Call Control Country Calling Code Description Specifies the country/area calling code to be used for comparative purposes when dialing a number from the incoming call log that contains a "+" symbol. Value Range Max. 8 characters Default Value Not stored. Configuration File Reference COUNTRY_CALLING_CODE (Page 180) National Access Code...
  • Page 112: Flash Hook Event

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Flash Hook Event Description Specifies the type of signal sent when sending a flash hook event. Value Range • Signal • flashhook Default Value Signal Configuration File Reference FLASHHOOK_CONTENT_TYPE (Page 211) Direct Call Pickup Description Specifies the feature number assigned to a BLF for performing call pickup.
  • Page 113: Call Control

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] The available line number varies depending on the type of the unit being used. 4.6.2.1 Call Control Display Name Description Specifies the name to display as the caller on the other party’s phone when you make a call. Value Range Max.
  • Page 114: Enable Shared Call

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Enable Shared Call Description Selects whether to enable the Shared Call feature of the SIP server, which is used to share one line among the units. Note • You cannot set both [Enable Shared Call] and [Synchronize Do Not Disturb and Call Forward] to [Yes] at the same time.
  • Page 115: Resource List Uri

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Resource List URI Description Specifies the Uniform Resource Identifier string for the resource list, which consists of "sip:", a user part, the "@" symbol, and a host part, for example, "sip:conference@example.com". For details, refer to RFC 4662. Note •...
  • Page 116: Call Features

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Value Range • • Note • If you select [Yes], calls will be made even if the dialed number does not match the dial formats specified in [Dial Plan] (i.e., dial plan filtering is disabled). If you select [No], calls will not be made if the dialed number does not match one of the dial formats specified in [Dial Plan] (i.e., dial plan filtering is enabled).
  • Page 117: Do Not Disturb

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Do Not Disturb Description Selects whether to enable the Do Not Disturb feature for incoming calls. Note • If Do Not Disturb has been enabled on the server, the server rejects incoming calls and the unit does not receive any calls, even if you have selected [No] for this setting.
  • Page 118: Unconditional (phone Number)

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Unconditional (Phone Number) Description Specifies the phone number of the destination to forward all incoming calls to. Note • If you change this setting when [Synchronize Do Not Disturb and Call Forward] is set to [Yes], the change to this setting is not immediately applied on this screen.
  • Page 119: Busy (phone Number)

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] Busy (Phone Number) Description Specifies the phone number of the destination to forward calls to when the line is in use. Note • If you change this setting when [Synchronize Do Not Disturb and Call Forward] is set to [Yes], the change to this setting is not immediately applied on this screen.
  • Page 120: No Answer (phone Number)

    4.6.2 Call Control [Line 1]–[Line 4] No Answer (Phone Number) Description Specifies the phone number of the destination to forward calls to when a call is not answered after it has rung a specified number of times. Note • If you change this setting when [Synchronize Do Not Disturb and Call Forward] is set to [Yes], the change to this setting is not immediately applied on this screen.
  • Page 121: Flexible Button Settings (kx-ut133/kx-ut136 Only)

    4.6.3 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) 4.6.3 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) This screen allows you to configure various features for each flexible button. For more details, see 6.3 Flexible Buttons (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only). 4.6.3.1 Flexible Button Settings Type (No. 1–24) Description Selects the feature to be assigned to each flexible button.
  • Page 122: Label Name (no. 1-24)

    4.6.4 Tone Settings Label Name (No. 1–24) Description Specifies the message to be displayed on the screen when the flexible button is pressed. Value Range Max. 10 characters Note • You can use Unicode characters for this setting. Default Value Not stored.
  • Page 123: Tone Timings

    4.6.4 Tone Settings Configuration File Reference DIAL_TONE1_FRQ (Page 185) Tone Timings Description Specifies the pattern, in milliseconds, of dial tones using up to 10 whole numbers (off 1, on 1, off 2, on 2…) separated by commas. Value Range 0–16000 (0: Infinite time) Note •...
  • Page 124: Ringing Tone

    4.6.4 Tone Settings 4.6.4.3 Ringing Tone Tone Frequencies Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of ringback tones using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 440,480 Configuration File Reference RINGBACK_TONE_FRQ (Page 190) Tone Timings Description Specifies the pattern, in milliseconds, of ringback tones using up to 10...
  • Page 125: Reorder Tone

    4.6.5 Telephone Settings Default Value 560,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,100,10 0,100,100,100,100,100,0 Configuration File Reference DIAL_TONE4_TIMING (Page 187) 4.6.4.5 Reorder Tone Tone Frequencies Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of reorder tones using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 480,620 Configuration File Reference...
  • Page 126: Telephone Settings

    Description Specifies the Personal Identification Number (PIN) of the extension. This is used to lock access to the call log and phonebook list. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). Value Range Max.
  • Page 127: Import Phonebook

    4.6.7 Export Phonebook 4.6.6 Import Phonebook This screen allows you to import phonebook data from a PC to the specified unit. For details, see 6.1.1 Import/ Export Operation. Note • If the existing phonebook data has an entry with the same name and phone number as an imported entry, the imported entry is not added as a new entry.
  • Page 128: Maintenance

    4.7.1 Firmware Maintenance automatically, and you will need to click the text "HERE" before the timer expires in order for the export operation to function properly. • Depending on the security settings of your Web browser, pop-up menus might be blocked at the time of export.
  • Page 129: Firmware Maintenance

    4.7.1 Firmware Maintenance 4.7.1.1 Firmware Maintenance Enable Firmware Update Description Selects whether to perform firmware updates when the unit detects a newer version of firmware. Note • Changing this setting may require restarting the unit. • Local firmware updates from the Web user interface (® see 4.7.2 Local Firmware Update) can be performed regardless of this setting.
  • Page 130: Local Firmware Update

    4.7.3 Provisioning Maintenance Configuration File Reference FIRM_FILE_PATH (Page 158) 4.7.2 Local Firmware Update This screen allows you to manually update the unit’s firmware from a PC by clicking [Update Firmware]. Note • After the firmware has been successfully updated, the unit will restart automatically. 4.7.2.1 Local Firmware Update Encryption Description...
  • Page 131: Provisioning Maintenance

    4.7.3 Provisioning Maintenance Note • Each unit can accept up to 3 configuration files. For details about provisioning, see 2.2 Provisioning. 4.7.3.1 Provisioning Maintenance Enable Provisioning Description Selects whether the unit is automatically configured by downloading the configuration files from the provisioning server of your phone system. Note •...
  • Page 132: Product File Url

    4.7.3 Provisioning Maintenance Configuration File Reference CFG_STANDARD_FILE_PATH (Page 160) Product File URL Description Specifies the URL of the product configuration file, which is used when all units with the same model number need the same settings. Note • When you change this setting, set [Enable Provisioning] to [Yes] at the same time.
  • Page 133: Resync Interval

    4.7.4 Management Server Resync Interval Description Specifies the interval, in minutes, between periodic checks for updates of the configuration files. Value Range 1–40320 Default Value 10080 Configuration File Reference CFG_CYCLIC_INTVL (Page 164) Header Value for Resync Event Description Specifies the value of the "Event" header sent from the SIP server to the unit so that the unit can access the configuration files on the provisioning server.
  • Page 134: Management Server Authentication

    4.7.5 Reset to Defaults Value Range Max. 256 characters Default Value Not stored. Configuration File Reference ACS_URL (Page 165) 4.7.4.2 Management Server Authentication Authentication ID Description Specifies the user ID for the Auto-Configuration Server for using TR-069. Value Range Max. 255 characters Default Value Not stored.
  • Page 135: Restart

    4.7.6 Restart Note • If you have changed the default password for the Administrator account and successfully reset the settings (the message "Complete" is displayed), the next time you access the Web user interface, the authentication dialog box appears. 4.7.6 Restart This screen allows you to restart the unit by clicking [Restart].
  • Page 136 4.7.6 Restart Administrator Guide Document Version 2011-06...
  • Page 137: Configuration File Programming

    Section 5 Configuration File Programming This section provides information about the configuration parameters used in the configuration files. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 138: Configuration File Parameter List

    5.1 Configuration File Parameter List 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List The following tables show all the parameters that can be programmed using configuration file programming. For details about each parameter, see the reference pages listed. For details about configuration file specifications, see 2.4 Configuration File Specifications. System Settings Category Parameter Name...
  • Page 139 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. Firmware Update Settings Page 157 FIRM_UPGRADE_ENABLE FIRM_VERSION Page 157 Page 158 FIRM_UPGRADE_AUTO Page 158 FIRM_FILE_PATH Provisioning Settings OPTION66_ENABLE Page 159 OPTION66_REBOOT Page 159 Page 159 PROVISION_ENABLE Page 160 CFG_STANDARD_FILE_PATH Page 160 CFG_PRODUCT_FILE_PATH Page 161 CFG_MASTER_FILE_PATH...
  • Page 140: Network Settings

    5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Network Settings Category Parameter Name Ref. IP Settings Page 168 CONNECTION_TYPE Page 168 HOST_NAME Page 168 DHCP_DNS_ENABLE Page 169 STATIC_IP_ADDRESS Page 169 STATIC_SUBNET Page 170 STATIC_GATEWAY Page 170 USER_DNS1_ADDR Page 170 USER_DNS2_ADDR DNS Settings DNS_QRY_PRLL Page 171 DNS_PRIORITY Page 171...
  • Page 141 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. Miscellaneous Network Settings NW_SETTING_ENABLE Page 178 CUSTOM_WEB_PAGE Page 178 This setting can also be configured through other programming methods (phone user interface programming or Web user interface programming). This setting can also be configured through the Web user interface. Telephone Settings Category Parameter Name...
  • Page 142 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. Tone Settings Page 185 DIAL_TONE1_FRQ DIAL_TONE1_GAIN Page 185 DIAL_TONE1_RPT Page 185 Page 185 DIAL_TONE1_TIMING DIAL_TONE2_FRQ Page 186 DIAL_TONE2_GAIN Page 186 DIAL_TONE2_RPT Page 186 DIAL_TONE2_TIMING Page 186 Page 186 DIAL_TONE4_FRQ DIAL_TONE4_GAIN Page 187 DIAL_TONE4_RPT Page 187 Page 187...
  • Page 143 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. CW_TONE1_RPT Page 192 CW_TONE1_TIMING Page 192 HOLD_TONE_FRQ Page 192 HOLD_TONE_GAIN Page 192 HOLD_TONE_RPT Page 193 HOLD_TONE_TIMING Page 193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN1_TIMING Page 193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN2_TIMING Page 193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN3_TIMING Page 193 BELL_CORE_PATTERN4_TIMING Page 194 BELL_CORE_PATTERN5_TIMING Page 194 Telephone Settings DISPLAY_NAME_REPLACE...
  • Page 144 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. RTP Settings Page 202 DSCP_RTP_n Page 202 RTCP_INTVL_n Page 202 MAX_DELAY_n Page 203 MIN_DELAY_n Page 203 NOM_DELAY_n Page 203 RTP_PORT_MIN Page 204 RTP_PORT_MAX Page 204 RTP_PTIME Page 205 RTCP_ENABLE_n RTCP_SEND_BY_SDP_n Page 205 RTP_CLOSE_ENABLE_n Page 205 Miscellaneous VoIP Settings...
  • Page 145: Line Settings

    5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Line Settings Category Parameter Name Ref. Call Control Settings Page 208 DISPLAY_NAME_n Page 208 VM_NUMBER_n Page 208 DIAL_PLAN_n Page 209 DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_n Page 209 SHARED_CALL_ENABLE_n Page 210 FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_n Page 210 RESOURCELIST_URI_n CW_ENABLE_n Page 211 RETURN_VOL_SET_DEFAULT_ENABLE Page 211 Page 211 FLASH_RECALL_TERMINATE Page 211...
  • Page 146 5.1 Configuration File Parameter List Category Parameter Name Ref. SIP_2NDRGSTR_ADDR_n Page 218 SIP_2NDRGSTR_PORT_n Page 218 Page 218 SIP_TIMER_T1_n Page 219 SIP_TIMER_T2_n SIP_TIMER_T4_n Page 219 SIP_FOVR_NORSP_n Page 219 SIP_FOVR_MAX_n Page 220 SIP_REFRESHER_n Page 220 Page 220 SIP_DNSSRV_ENA_n Page 221 SIP_UDP_SRV_PREFIX_n Page 221 SIP_TCP_SRV_PREFIX_n Page 222 SIP_100REL_ENABLE_n...
  • Page 147: General Information On The Configuration Files

    5.2.1 Configuration File Parameters Category Parameter Name Ref. Page 228 SIP_TRANSPORT_n SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_n Page 229 SIP_ANM_USERNAME_n Page 229 SIP_ANM_HOSTNAME_n Page 229 Page 230 SIP_DETECT_SSAF_n SIP_CONTACT_ON_ACK_n Page 230 Page 230 SIP_TIMER_B_n Page 231 SIP_TIMER_D_n Page 231 SIP_TIMER_F_n Page 231 SIP_TIMER_H_n Page 231 SIP_TIMER_J_n ADD_TRANSPORT_UDP_n Page 232...
  • Page 148: Characters Available For String Values

    5.2.2 Characters Available for String Values Value Format Each parameter value is categorized into Integer, Boolean, or String. Some parameters require a composite form such as "Comma-separated Integer" or "Comma-separated String". • Integer: a numerical value, described as a sequence of numerical characters, optionally preceded by a "-"...
  • Page 149: System Settings

    5.3.1 Login Account Settings 5.3 System Settings 5.3.1 Login Account Settings ADMIN_ID Value Format String Description Specifies the account ID used to access the Web user interface with the Administrator account. Value Range Max. 16 characters (except ", &, ', :, <, >, and space) Note •...
  • Page 150: System Time Settings

    5.3.2 System Time Settings Description Specifies the password to use to authenticate the User account when logging in to the Web user interface. Value Range 6–16 characters (except ", &, ', :, <, >, and space) Default Value Empty string (only before a user accesses the Web user interface for the first time) Web User Interface Reference •...
  • Page 151: Dst_offset

    5.3.2 System Time Settings Description Specifies whether to enable DST (Summer Time). Note • This parameter is disabled when the "LOCAL_TIME_ZONE_POSIX" parameter is specified. • Value Range Y (Enable DST [Summer Time]) • N (Disable DST [Summer Time]) Default Value Web User Interface Reference Enable DST (Enable Summer Time) (Page 88) DST_OFFSET...
  • Page 152: Dst_start_day_of_week

    5.3.2 System Time Settings Description Specifies the number of the week on which DST (Summer Time) starts. The actual start day is specified in "DST_START_DAY_OF_WEEK". For example, to specify the second Sunday, specify "2" in this parameter, and "0" in the next parameter. Note •...
  • Page 153: Dst_stop_month

    5.3.2 System Time Settings Value Range 0–1439 Default Value Web User Interface Reference Time (Page 89) DST_STOP_MONTH Value Format Integer Description Specifies the month in which DST (Summer Time) ends. Note • This parameter is disabled when the "LOCAL_TIME_ZONE_POSIX" parameter is specified. Value Range 1–12 Default Value...
  • Page 154: Dst_stop_time

    5.3.2 System Time Settings Description Specifies the day of the week on which DST (Summer Time) ends. Note • This parameter is disabled when the "LOCAL_TIME_ZONE_POSIX" parameter is specified. Value Range 0–6 – 0: Sunday – 1: Monday – 2: Tuesday –...
  • Page 155: Syslog Settings

    5.3.3 Syslog Settings Description Specifies a IEEE 1003.1 (POSIX)-compliant local time zone definition (e.g., "EST+5 EDT,M4.1.0/2,M10.5.0/2"). Note • If this parameter is specified, the following parameters are disabled, and operation will be based on this parameter. – TIME_ZONE – DST_ENABLE –...
  • Page 156: Syslog_event_voip

    5.3.3 Syslog Settings Description Specifies the threshold of syslog events regarding configuration. Note • This setting is not applicable for the current version. No logs will be sent to the syslog server, even if values "1–6" are specified. Value Range 0–6 Default Value SYSLOG_EVENT_VOIP...
  • Page 157: Syslog_rtpsmly_intvl_n

    5.3.4 Firmware Update Settings Value Range 1–65535 Default Value SYSLOG_RTPSMLY_INTVL_n Parameter Name Example SYSLOG_RTPSMLY_INTVL_1, SYSLOG_RTPSMLY_INTVL_2, …, SYSLOG_RTPSMLY_INTVL_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the interval, in seconds, to send summarized information of RTP packets to the syslog server. Value Range 0, 5–65535 (0: No information sent) Default Value 5.3.4 Firmware Update Settings FIRM_UPGRADE_ENABLE...
  • Page 158: Firm_upgrade_auto

    5.3.4 Firmware Update Settings FIRM_UPGRADE_AUTO Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to display a confirmation message asking the user to perform a firmware update (manual) or perform the firmware update without asking the user (automatic) when the unit detects a newer version of firmware.
  • Page 159: Provisioning Settings

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Firmware File URL (Page 129) 5.3.5 Provisioning Settings OPTION66_ENABLE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable the unit to look for option 66 to receive the TFTP server address or FQDN from the DHCP server. Note •...
  • Page 160: Cfg_standard_file_path

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings Web User Interface Reference Enable Provisioning (Page 131) CFG_STANDARD_FILE_PATH Value Format String Description Specifies the URL of the standard configuration file, which is used when every unit needs different settings. Note • When you change this setting, set "PROVISION_ENABLE" to "Y"...
  • Page 161: Cfg_master_file_path

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings Description Specifies the URL of the product configuration file, which is used when all units with the same model number need the same settings. Note • When you change this setting, set "PROVISION_ENABLE" to "Y" at the same time. Value Range Max.
  • Page 162: Cfg_file_key1

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings Value Range Max. 500 characters Note • The format must be RFC 1738 compliant, as follows: "<schema>://<user>:<password>@<host>:<port>/<url-path>" – "<user>" must be less than 128 characters. – "<password>" must be less than 128 characters. – "<user>:<password>@" may be empty. –...
  • Page 163: Cfg_file_key2

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings CFG_FILE_KEY2 Value Format String Description Specifies the encryption key (password) used to decrypt configuration files. Note • If the extension of the configuration file is ".e2c", the configuration file will be decrypted using this key. Value Range 32-byte characters Note •...
  • Page 164: Cfg_cyclic_intvl

    5.3.5 Provisioning Settings Description Specifies whether the unit periodically checks for updates of configuration files. Value Range • Y (Enable periodic synchronization of configuration files) • N (Disable periodic synchronization of configuration files) Default Value Web User Interface Reference Cyclic Auto Resync (Page 132) CFG_CYCLIC_INTVL Value Format Integer...
  • Page 165: Cfg_resync_from_sip

    5.3.6 Management Server Settings Value Range 00:00–23:59 Note • If the value for this setting is any valid value other than an empty string, the unit downloads the configuration files at the fixed time, and the settings specified in "CFG_CYCLIC", "CFG_CYCLIC_INTVL", and "CFG_RTRY_INTVL"...
  • Page 166: Acs_pass

    5.3.6 Management Server Settings Value Range Max. 255 characters (except ", &, ', :, <, >, and space) Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Authentication ID (Page 134) ACS_PASS Value Format String Description Specifies the user password for the Auto-Configuration Server for using TR-069.
  • Page 167: Con_req_user_id

    5.3.6 Management Server Settings Description Specifies the time (UTC) to determine when the CPE will initiate the periodic Inform method calls. Note • Each Inform call must occur at this reference time plus or minus an integer multiple of the "PERIODIC_INFORM_INTERVAL". This "PERIODIC_INFORM_TIME"...
  • Page 168: Network Settings

    5.4.1 IP Settings 5.4 Network Settings 5.4.1 IP Settings CONNECTION_TYPE Value Format Integer Description Specifies whether to assign the IP address automatically (DHCP) or manually (static). Note • This setting is available only when "NW_SETTING_ENABLE" is set to "N". Value Range •...
  • Page 169: Static_ip_address

    5.4.1 IP Settings Description Specifies whether to receive DNS server addresses automatically or to assign a DNS server addresses (up to 2) manually. Note • This setting is available only when "CONNECTION_TYPE" is set to "1" and when "NW_SETTING_ENABLE" is set to "N". Value Range •...
  • Page 170: Static_gateway

    5.4.1 IP Settings Phone User Interface Configuring Settings from the Unit (Page 17) Reference Web User Interface Reference Subnet Mask (Page 73) STATIC_GATEWAY Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address of the default gateway for the network where the unit is connected. Note •...
  • Page 171: Dns Settings

    5.4.2 DNS Settings Description Specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS server. Note • This setting is available only when "CONNECTION_TYPE" is set to "0" and when "NW_SETTING_ENABLE" is set to "N". Value Range IP address in dotted-decimal notation Default Value Empty string Phone User Interface...
  • Page 172: Dns1_addr

    5.4.3 Ethernet Port Settings Default Value DNS1_ADDR Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address of the primary DNS server for your phone system dealer. Value Range IP address in dotted-decimal notation Default Value Empty string DNS2_ADDR Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS server for your phone system dealer.
  • Page 173: Vlan_pri_ip_phone

    5.4.3 Ethernet Port Settings Description Specifies the VLAN ID for this unit. Note • This setting is available only when "NW_SETTING_ENABLE" is set to "N". Value Range 1–4094 Default Value Web User Interface Reference IP Phone (VLAN ID) (Page 75) VLAN_PRI_IP_PHONE Value Format Integer...
  • Page 174: Http Settings

    5.4.4 HTTP Settings Value Range 0–7 Default Value Web User Interface Reference PC (Priority) (KX-UT123/KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) (Page 76) 5.4.4 HTTP Settings HTTPD_PORTOPEN_AUTO Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether the unit’s Web port is always open. Value Range • Y (Web port is always open) •...
  • Page 175: Http_ssl_verify

    5.4.4 HTTP Settings Value Range Max. 40 characters Note • An empty string is not allowed. • If "{mac}" is included in this parameter, it will be replaced with the unit’s MAC address in lower-case. • If "{MAC}" is included in this parameter, it will be replaced with the unit’s MAC address in upper-case.
  • Page 176: Time Adjust Settings

    5.4.5 Time Adjust Settings Value Range Max. 500 characters Note • The format must be RFC 1738 compliant, as follows: "<schema>://<user>:<password>@<host>:<port>/<url-path>" – "<user>" must be less than 128 characters. – "<password>" must be less than 128 characters. – "<user>:<password>@" may be empty. –...
  • Page 177: Time_query_intvl

    5.4.6 STUN Settings TIME_QUERY_INTVL Value Format Integer Description Specifies the interval, in seconds, between synchronizations with the NTP server. Value Range 10–86400 Default Value 43200 Web User Interface Reference Synchronization Interval (Page 87) 5.4.6 STUN Settings STUN_SERV_ADDR Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address or FQDN of the STUN server.
  • Page 178: Stun_2ndserv_port

    5.4.7 Miscellaneous Network Settings STUN_2NDSERV_PORT Value Format Integer Description Specifies the port number of the secondary STUN server. Value Range 1–65535 Default Value 3478 5.4.7 Miscellaneous Network Settings NW_SETTING_ENABLE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable the network settings from the unit. Note •...
  • Page 179: Telephone Settings

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings 5.5 Telephone Settings 5.5.1 Call Control Settings VM_SUBSCRIBE_ENABLE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to send the SUBSCRIBE request to a voice mail server. Note • Your phone system must support voice mail. Value Range • Y (Send the SUBSCRIBE request) •...
  • Page 180: Intdigit_tim

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings INTDIGIT_TIM Value Format Integer Description Specifies the length of time, in seconds, within which subsequent digits of a dial number must be dialed. When this timer expires after the last key was pressed, dialing will start. Value Range 1–15 Default Value...
  • Page 181: National_access_code

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings NATIONAL_ACCESS_CODE Value Format String Description When dialing a number from the incoming call log that contains a "+" symbol and the country calling code matches, the country calling code is removed and the national access code is added. Value Range Max.
  • Page 182: Talk_package

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings Web User Interface Reference Direct Call Pickup (Page 112) TALK_PACKAGE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable the Click to Answer/Retrieve functions. Note • When this parameter is set to "Y", "talk" is added to the Allow-Events header.
  • Page 183: Ringing_off_setting_enable

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings Default Value RINGING_OFF_SETTING_ENABLE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether incoming call ringing can be turned off for the phone. If disabled, users cannot prevent incoming calls from ringing. Value Range • Y (Enable Ringing Off setting) •...
  • Page 184: Disconnection_mode

    5.5.1 Call Control Settings DISCONNECTION_MODE Value Format Integer Description Selects the tone heard (reorder tone or busy tone) when a dial operation fails. Value Range 1–2 – 1: Mode1 (ROT) – 2: Mode2 (BT) Default Value TONE_LEN_DISCONNECT_HANDSET Value Format Integer Description Specifies the duration, in seconds, that a disconnect tone will be heard when the other party ends a call and the handset is being used.
  • Page 185: Tone Settings

    5.5.2 Tone Settings 5.5.2 Tone Settings DIAL_TONE1_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of Dial Tone 1 using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 350,440 Web User Interface Reference Tone Frequencies (Page 122) DIAL_TONE1_GAIN...
  • Page 186: Dial_tone2_frq

    5.5.2 Tone Settings DIAL_TONE2_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of Dial Tone 2 using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 350,440 DIAL_TONE2_GAIN Value Format Integer Description Specifies the gain, in decibels, of Dial Tone 2.
  • Page 187: Dial_tone4_gain

    5.5.2 Tone Settings Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of Dial Tone 4 (stutter dial tones) to notify that a voice mail is waiting, using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 350,440 Web User Interface Reference...
  • Page 188: Busy_tone_frq

    5.5.2 Tone Settings BUSY_TONE_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of busy tones using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 480,620 Web User Interface Reference Tone Frequencies (Page 123) BUSY_TONE_GAIN Value Format...
  • Page 189: Reorder_tone_frq

    5.5.2 Tone Settings REORDER_TONE_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of reorder tones using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 480,620 Web User Interface Reference Tone Frequencies (Page 125) REORDER_TONE_GAIN Value Format...
  • Page 190: Ringback_tone_frq

    5.5.2 Tone Settings RINGBACK_TONE_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of ringback tones using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value 440,480 Web User Interface Reference Tone Frequencies (Page 124) RINGBACK_TONE_GAIN Value Format...
  • Page 191: Hold_alarm_frq

    5.5.2 Tone Settings HOLD_ALARM_FRQ Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the dual-tone frequencies, in hertz, of the hold alarm using 2 whole numbers separated by a comma. Value Range 0, 200–2000 (0: No tone) Default Value HOLD_ALARM_GAIN Value Format Integer Description Specifies the gain, in decibels, of the hold alarm.
  • Page 192: Cw_tone1_gain

    5.5.2 Tone Settings CW_TONE1_GAIN Value Format Integer Description Specifies the gain, in decibels, of call waiting tone 1. Value Range -24–6 Default Value CW_TONE1_RPT Value Format Integer Description Specifies whether call waiting tone 1 is repeated. Value Range 0–1 – 0: No Repeat –...
  • Page 193: Hold_tone_rpt

    5.5.2 Tone Settings HOLD_TONE_RPT Value Format Integer Description Specifies whether the hold tone is repeated. Value Range 0–1 – 0: No Repeat – 1: Repeat Default Value HOLD_TONE_TIMING Value Format Comma-separated Integer Description Specifies the pattern, in milliseconds, of the hold tone using up to 10 whole numbers (on 1, off 1, on 2, off 2…) separated by commas.
  • Page 194: Bell_core_pattern4_timing

    5.5.3 Telephone Settings Description Specifies the cadence, in milliseconds, of pattern ID 3, described in the LSSGR, GR-506-CORE, "Signaling for Analog Interfaces" section 14, using up to 8 whole numbers (on 1, off 1, on 2, off 2…) separated by commas.
  • Page 195: Number_matching_upper_digit

    5.5.3 Telephone Settings Description Specifies the minimum number of digits with which to match a phonebook entry with an incoming call's caller ID. To specify exact matching of entire numbers only, specify "0". Value Range 0–15 Default Value Web User Interface Reference Number Matching Lower Digit (Page 126) NUMBER_MATCHING_UPPER_DIGIT Value Format...
  • Page 196: Extension_pin

    Description Specifies the PIN (Personal Identification Number) of the extension. This is used to lock access to the call log and phonebook list. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions on the Panasonic Web site (® see Introduction). Value Range Max.
  • Page 197: Miscellaneous Telephone Settings

    5.5.4 Miscellaneous Telephone Settings 5.5.4 Miscellaneous Telephone Settings ADJDATA_GAIN Value Format String Description Specifies the gain, in decibels, of 30 separate acoustic settings. Each setting is denoted by a 2 digit hexadecimal number. Enter the change in gain from the default value for each setting. Enter "00" if you do not want to change the setting.
  • Page 198 5.5.4 Miscellaneous Telephone Settings Value Range 06: +6dB 05: +5dB 04: +4dB 03: +3dB 02: +2dB 01: +1dB 00: No change FF: -1dB FE: -2dB FD: -3dB FC: -4dB FB: -5dB FA: -6dB Note • It is necessary to specify 2 digits for each of the 30 acoustic settings (i.e., a total of 60 digits in succession).
  • Page 199: Flexible Button Settings (kx-ut133/kx-ut136 Only)

    5.5.5 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) Default Value Empty string 5.5.5 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) FLEX_BUTTON_FACILITY_ACTx Value Format String Description Specifies a particular Facility Action for the flexible button. No facility action will be taken for the button if the string is empty or invalid. Value Range Only the following values are available: X_PANASONIC_IPTEL_DN, X_PANASONIC_IPTEL_HEADSET,...
  • Page 200: Flex_button_labelx

    5.6.1 Codec Settings FLEX_BUTTON_LABELx Value Format String Description Specifies the message to be displayed on the screen when the flexible button is pressed. Value Range Max. 10 characters Note • You can use Unicode characters for this setting. Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Label Name (No.
  • Page 201: Codec_enablex_n

    5.6.1 Codec Settings CODEC_ENABLEx_n Parameter Name Example CODEC_ENABLEx_1, CODEC_ENABLEx_2, …, CODEC_ENABLEx_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable the codec specified in the parameter list. Note • The "x" character in the parameter title should be changed to one of the following numbers, according to the codec to be changed.
  • Page 202: Rtp Settings

    5.6.2 RTP Settings Default Value Web User Interface Reference • G722 (Priority) (Page 107) • PCMA (Priority) (Page 107) • G726–32 (Priority) (Page 108) • G729A (Priority) (Page 108) • PCMU (Priority) (Page 108) 5.6.2 RTP Settings DSCP_RTP_n Parameter Name Example DSCP_RTP_1, DSCP_RTP_2, …, DSCP_RTP_4 Value Format Integer...
  • Page 203: Min_delay_n

    5.6.2 RTP Settings Default Value Web User Interface Reference Maximum Delay (Page 105) MIN_DELAY_n Parameter Name Example MIN_DELAY_1, MIN_DELAY_2, …, MIN_DELAY_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the minimum delay, in 10-millisecond units, of the jitter buffer. Value Range 1 or 2 (´ 10 ms) Note •...
  • Page 204: Rtp_port_max

    5.6.2 RTP Settings Description Specifies the lowest port number that the unit will use for RTP packets. Note • If port numbers are specified in [Channel 1–25] in 4.3.5.3 External RTP Port in the Web user interface, this setting is ignored and the corresponding external RTP port is enabled.
  • Page 205: Rtcp_enable_n

    5.6.2 RTP Settings Description Specifies the interval, in milliseconds, between transmissions of RTP packets. Value Range • • • Default Value Web User Interface Reference RTP Packet Time (Page 102) RTCP_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example RTCP_ENABLE_1, RTCP_ENABLE_2, …, RTCP_ENABLE_4 Value Format Boolean Description Selects whether to enable or disable RTCP (Real-Time Transport...
  • Page 206: Miscellaneous Voip Settings

    5.6.3 Miscellaneous VoIP Settings Value Range • Y (Enable RTP Close) • N (Disable RTP Close) Default Value 5.6.3 Miscellaneous VoIP Settings OUTBANDDTMF_n Parameter Name Example OUTBANDDTMF_1, OUTBANDDTMF_2, …, OUTBANDDTMF_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies the method for transmitting DTMF tones. Value Range •...
  • Page 207: Rfc2543_hold_enable_n

    5.6.3 Miscellaneous VoIP Settings Description Specifies the RFC 2833 payload type for DTMF tones. Note • This setting is available only when "OUTBANDDTMF_n" is set to "Y". Value Range 96–127 Default Value Web User Interface Reference Telephone-event Payload Type (Page 103) RFC2543_HOLD_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example RFC2543_HOLD_ENABLE_1, RFC2543_HOLD_ENABLE_2, …,...
  • Page 208: Line Settings

    5.7.1 Call Control Settings 5.7 Line Settings 5.7.1 Call Control Settings DISPLAY_NAME_n Parameter Name Example DISPLAY_NAME_1, DISPLAY_NAME_2, …, DISPLAY_NAME_4 Value Format String Description Specifies the name to display as the caller on the other party’s phone when you make a call. Value Range Max.
  • Page 209: Dial_plan_not_match_enable_n

    5.7.1 Call Control Settings DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_1, DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_2, …, DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable dial plan filtering so that a call is not made when the dialed number does not match any of the dial formats specified in "DIAL_PLAN_n".
  • Page 210: Fwd_dnd_synchro_enable_n

    5.7.1 Call Control Settings FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_1, FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_2, …, FWD_DND_SYNCHRO_ENABLE_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to synchronize the Do Not Disturb and Call Forward settings, configured via the Web user interface or phone user interface, between the unit and the portal server that is provided by your phone system dealer.
  • Page 211: Cw_enable_n

    5.7.1 Call Control Settings CW_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example CW_ENABLE_1, CW_ENABLE_2, …, CW_ENABLE_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether automatic call waiting is enabled. Value Range • Y (Enable Call Waiting) • N (Disable Call Waiting) Default Value RETURN_VOL_SET_DEFAULT_ENABLE Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether the volume is returned to its default setting after each...
  • Page 212: Sip Settings

    5.7.2 SIP Settings 5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_USER_AGENT Value Format String Description Specifies the text string to send as the user agent in the headers of SIP messages. Value Range Max. 40 characters Note • An empty string is not allowed. •...
  • Page 213: Line_enable_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Description Specifies the unique ID used by the SIP registrar server, which consists of "sip:", a user part, the "@" symbol, and a host part, for example, "sip:conference@example.com". Note • When registering using a user ID that is not a phone number, you should use this setting.
  • Page 214: Sip_authid_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_AUTHID_n Parameter Name Example SIP_AUTHID_1, SIP_AUTHID_2, …, SIP_AUTHID_4 Value Format String Description Specifies the authentication ID required to access the SIP server. Value Range Max. 127 characters (except ", &, ', :, <, >, and space) Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Authentication ID (Page 96)
  • Page 215: Sip_prxy_port_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Value Range Max. 127 characters (IP address in dotted-decimal notation or FQDN) Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Proxy Server Address (Page 94) SIP_PRXY_PORT_n Parameter Name Example SIP_PRXY_PORT_1, SIP_PRXY_PORT_2, …, SIP_PRXY_PORT_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the port number to use for communication with the SIP proxy server.
  • Page 216: Reg_expire_time_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Value Format String Description Specifies the domain name provided by your phone system dealer. The domain name is the part of the SIP URI that comes after the "@" symbol. Value Range Max. 127 characters Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Service Domain (Page 95)
  • Page 217: Sip_session_method_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_SESSION_METHOD_n Parameter Name Example SIP_SESSION_METHOD_1, SIP_SESSION_METHOD_2, …, SIP_SESSION_METHOD_4 Value Format Integer Description Selects the refreshing method of SIP sessions. Value Range 0–2 – 0: reINVITE – 1: UPDATE – 2: AUTO Default Value DSCP_SIP_n Parameter Name Example DSCP_SIP_1, DSCP_SIP_2, …, DSCP_SIP_4 Value Format Integer...
  • Page 218: Sip_2ndrgstr_addr_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Description Specifies the port number to use for communication with the secondary SIP proxy server. Value Range 1–65535 Default Value 5060 SIP_2NDRGSTR_ADDR_n Parameter Name Example SIP_2NDRGSTR_ADDR_1, SIP_2NDRGSTR_ADDR_2, …, SIP_2NDRGSTR_ADDR_4 Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address of the secondary SIP registrar server. Note •...
  • Page 219: Sip_timer_t2_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Web User Interface Reference T1 Timer (Page 98) SIP_TIMER_T2_n Parameter Name Example SIP_TIMER_T2_1, SIP_TIMER_T2_2, …, SIP_TIMER_T2_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the maximum interval, in seconds, between transmissions of SIP messages. For details, refer to RFC 3261. Value Range •...
  • Page 220: Sip_fovr_max_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Value Range • Y (Enable fail-over) • N (Disable fail-over) Note • If set to "Y", the unit will try to use the other SIP servers via the DNS SRV and A records. • If set to "N", the unit will not try to use the other SIP servers. Default Value SIP_FOVR_MAX_n Parameter Name Example...
  • Page 221: Sip_udp_srv_prefix_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Value Range • Y (Enable DNS SRV lookup) • N (Disable DNS SRV lookup) Note • If set to "Y", the unit will perform a DNS SRV lookup for a SIP registrar server, SIP proxy server, SIP outbound proxy server, or SIP presence server.
  • Page 222: Sip_100rel_enable_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_100REL_ENABLE_n Parameter Name Example SIP_100REL_ENABLE_1, SIP_100REL_ENABLE_2, …, SIP_100REL_ENABLE_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to add the option tag 100rel to the "Supported" header of the INVITE message. For details, refer to RFC 3262. • Value Range Y (Enable 100rel function) •...
  • Page 223: Sip_prsnc_addr_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_PRSNC_ADDR_n Parameter Name Example SIP_PRSNC_ADDR_1, SIP_PRSNC_ADDR_2, …, SIP_PRSNC_ADDR_4 Value Format String Description Specifies the IP address or FQDN of the SIP presence server. Value Range Max. 127 characters (IP address in dotted-decimal notation or FQDN) Default Value Empty string Web User Interface Reference Presence Server Address (Page 94)
  • Page 224: Use_del_reg_open_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Description Specifies the port number to use for communication with the secondary SIP presence server. Value Range 1–65535 Default Value 5060 USE_DEL_REG_OPEN_n Parameter Name Example USE_DEL_REG_OPEN_1, USE_DEL_REG_OPEN_2, …, USE_DEL_REG_OPEN_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable cancelation before registration when, for example, the unit is turned on.
  • Page 225: Sip_add_rport_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Description Specifies the interval, in seconds, between transmissions of the Keep Alive packet to the unit in order to maintain the NAT binding information. Note • This setting is available only when "SIP_TRANSPORT_n" is set to "0" for UDP. Value Range 0, 10–300 (0: Disable) Default Value...
  • Page 226: Sip_subs_expire_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_SUBS_EXPIRE_n Parameter Name Example SIP_SUBS_EXPIRE_1, SIP_SUBS_EXPIRE_2, …, SIP_SUBS_EXPIRE_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the length of time, in seconds, that the subscription remains valid. This value is set in the "Expires" header of the SUBSCRIBE request. Value Range 1–4294967295 Default Value 3600...
  • Page 227: Sip_privacy_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Default Value SIP_PRIVACY_n Parameter Name Example SIP_PRIVACY_1, SIP_PRIVACY_2, …, SIP_PRIVACY_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to add the "Privacy" header to SIP messages. Value Range • Y (Add the "Privacy" header) • N (Do not add the "Privacy" header) Default Value ADD_USER_PHONE_n Parameter Name Example...
  • Page 228: Sip_outproxy_addr_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Value Format Integer Description Specifies the percentage of the "expires" value after which to refresh subscriptions by sending a new SUBSCRIBE message in the same dialog. Value Range 1–100 Default Value SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_n Parameter Name Example SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_1, SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_2, …, SIP_OUTPROXY_ADDR_4 Value Format String...
  • Page 229: Sip_anm_dispname_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Default Value Web User Interface Reference Transport Protocol (Page 97) SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_n Parameter Name Example SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_1, SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_2, …, SIP_ANM_DISPNAME_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the text string to set as the display name in the "From" header when making anonymous calls. Value Range •...
  • Page 230: Sip_detect_ssaf_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_DETECT_SSAF_n Parameter Name Example SIP_DETECT_SSAF_1, SIP_DETECT_SSAF_2, …, SIP_DETECT_SSAF_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to enable SSAF for the SIP servers (registrar server, proxy server, and presence server). • Value Range Y (Enable SSAF) • N (Disable SSAF) Note •...
  • Page 231: Sip_timer_d_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings SIP_TIMER_D_n Parameter Name Example SIP_TIMER_D_1, SIP_TIMER_D_2, …, SIP_TIMER_D_4 Value Format Integer Description Specifies the value of SIP timer D (wait time for answer resending), in milliseconds. For details, refer to RFC 3261. Value Range 0, 250–64000 Default Value 5000 Web User Interface Reference Timer D (Page 99)
  • Page 232: Add_transport_udp_n

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Web User Interface Reference Timer J (Page 99) ADD_TRANSPORT_UDP_n Parameter Name Example ADD_TRANSPORT_UDP_1, ADD_TRANSPORT_UDP_2, …, ADD_TRANSPORT_UDP_4 Value Format Boolean Description Specifies whether to add the attribute "transport=udp" to the SIP header URI. Value Range • Y (Add Transport UDP) •...
  • Page 233: Sip_response_code_dnd

    5.7.2 SIP Settings Description Specifies whether to add Diversion header information. Value Range 0–2 – 0: Do not add Diversion header information – 1: Use own diversion information only for the Diversion header – 2: Add diversion information to existing Diversion header Default Value SIP_RESPONSE_CODE_DND Value Format...
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  • Page 235: Useful Telephone Functions

    Section 6 Useful Telephone Functions This section explains phone number settings, dial plan, and phonebook import/export function. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 236: Phonebook Import And Export

    6.1 Phonebook Import and Export 6.1 Phonebook Import and Export This section explains how to import and export phonebook data. Phonebook data of the unit includes names and phone numbers. Phonebook data on the unit can be exported, edited with editor tools, and imported again. In addition, phonebook data created with other software can be imported into the unit.
  • Page 237: Import/export File Format

    6.1 Phonebook Import and Export Importing the Same Phonebook Data to other Units You can export the phonebook data created on a unit to a PC, and then import it into other units. Phonebook data You can also import phonebook data created on a PC to other units. Phonebook Microsoft data...
  • Page 238: Import/export Operation

    6.1.1 Import/Export Operation Phonebook Data in Text Format Aaron MacDowel 1234001 Barbara Nicolls 1234002 Carl O’Brien 1234003 Dorothy Parker 1234004 ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· ···· A Record ID (Unique ID: 1–65535) B Tab C Name (up to 24 characters) D Tab...
  • Page 239: Editing With Microsoft Excel

    6.1.2 Editing with Microsoft Excel On the "Now Processing File Data" screen, click the text "HERE" in the displayed message, or wait until File Download window appears. Note • Depending on the security settings of your Web browser, pop-up menus might be blocked. If the file cannot be exported successfully, try the export operation again or change the security settings of your Web browser.
  • Page 240 6.1.2 Editing with Microsoft Excel Select All Files for the file type, select the exported phonebook data file, and click Open. On the Text Import Wizard - Step 1 of 3 window, click Next. Note • Regardless of what is selected for File origin, the file will be processed normally if the format is appropriate.
  • Page 241: Exporting Data From Microsoft Outlook

    6.1.3 Exporting Data from Microsoft Outlook On the Text Import Wizard - Step 3 of 3 window, select all columns in Data preview, select Text in Column data format, and then click Finish. The TSV file will be opened. Note •...
  • Page 242: Dial Plan

    6.2 Dial Plan On the Export to a File window, click Finish. The data will be exported. Note • You can export data from Microsoft Outlook Express by using a similar procedure. It is also possible to export data from other applications that are compatible with Microsoft Excel. •...
  • Page 243: Dial Plan Settings

    6.2.1 Dial Plan Settings [Dial Plan Flowchart] When a user dials a single digit on a unit, the following sequence of events begins. A user dials a single digit on the unit. The unit stores each digit dialed before the inter-digit timer expires.
  • Page 244: Available Values For The Dial Plan Field

    6.2.1 Dial Plan Settings For details about available characters for the dial format, see Available Values for the Dial Plan Field in this section. Select [Yes] or [No] for [Call Even If Dial Plan Does Not Match]. • If you select [Yes], the call will be made even if the user dials a phone number that does not match the dial format in [Dial Plan].
  • Page 245: Dial Plan Example

    6.2.1 Dial Plan Settings Element Available Value Description Macro Timer T, t Example: "1x.T" If the dialed phone number begins with "1", the call is made after a lapse of "T" seconds. • The value of "T" or "t" can be configured through the Web user interface (®...
  • Page 246: Flexible Buttons (kx-ut133/kx-ut136 Only)

    6.3 Flexible Buttons (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only) Example: "[2346789]11|01[2-9]x.|[2-9]xxxxxxxxx" • If the dialed phone number is "21234567", "598765432" and so on when [Call Even If Dial Plan Does Not Match] is set to [Yes], the call is made after the inter-digit timer expires. •...
  • Page 247: Flexible Button Settings

    6.3.1 Flexible Button Settings Button Description Lamp Indication Used to show the current status of another Off: The BLF extension is idle. extension, call the extension and transfer Red on: A corresponding BLF extension is calls to it. using the line. This button can also be used to perform Flashing red rapidly: The BLF extension is receiving an incoming call.
  • Page 248 6.3.1 Flexible Button Settings Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Button Description Value Description Value Line Number 1–4 – – Note • For details about configuring these settings by configuration file programming, see 5.5.5 Flexible Button Settings (KX-UT133/KX-UT136 only). [Setting Example] The following screen shows an example of setting flexible buttons. Description: •...
  • Page 249: Firmware Update

    Section 7 Firmware Update This section explains how to update the firmware of the unit. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 250: Firmware Server Setup

    7.3 Executing Firmware Update 7.1 Firmware Server Setup No special server is necessary for the firmware update. You can use an HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, or TFTP server as the firmware server by simply setting its URL. 7.2 Firmware Update Settings Firmware updates are provided by the manufacturer when necessary.
  • Page 251: Local Firmware Update

    7.4 Local Firmware Update The firmware update process Step 1 The unit downloads a configuration file from the Provisioning Server Address provisioning server. • For details about setting the timing of when configuration files are downloaded, see Configuration File 2.2.4 Downloading Configuration Files. SIP Phone Provisioning Server...
  • Page 252 7.4 Local Firmware Update Administrator Guide Document Version 2011-06...
  • Page 253: Troubleshooting

    Section 8 Troubleshooting This section provides information about troubleshooting. Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 254: Troubleshooting

    8.1 Troubleshooting 8.1 Troubleshooting If you still have difficulties after following the instructions in this section, disconnect the unit from the AC outlet, then connect the AC adaptor again. If using PoE, disconnect the LAN cable, then connect the LAN cable again. General Use Problem Cause/Solution...
  • Page 255 8.1 Troubleshooting Making/Answering Calls, Intercom Problem Cause/Solution The unit does not ring. • Check the VoIP status in the Web user interface and confirm that each line is registered properly (® see To check the setting status in the Web user interface in this section).
  • Page 256: Error Codes

    8.1 Troubleshooting Time Problem Cause/Solution The time is not correct. • In the Web user interface, you can set NTP synchronization and DST (Summer Time) control to adjust the time automatically (® see 4.4.5 Time Adjust Settings). • If the time is still incorrect even after setting NTP synchronization, check the firewall and port forwarding settings on the router (®...
  • Page 257: Index

    Index Document Version 2011-06 Administrator Guide...
  • Page 258 Index CFG_PRODUCT_FILE_PATH Numerics CFG_RESYNC_FROM_SIP 1–30 CFG_RESYNC_TIME CFG_ROOT_CERTIFICATE_PATH CFG_RTRY_INTVL CFG_STANDARD_FILE_PATH Access Level 21, 56 Change Administrator Password Access Levels (IDs and Passwords) 19, 21 Change User Password Accessing the Web User Interface Channel 1–25 ACS_PASS Characters Available for String Values ACS_URL Checking the Status of the Unit ACS_USER_ID CODEC Preferences...
  • Page 259 Index Dial Tone Enable Global IP Address Usage per Line DIAL_PLAN_n Enable Provisioning DIAL_PLAN_NOT_MATCH_ENABLE_n Enable Proxy DIAL_TONE1_FRQ Enable Shared Call DIAL_TONE1_GAIN Enable SSAF (SIP Source Address Filter) DIAL_TONE1_RPT Enable Synchronization by NTP DIAL_TONE1_TIMING Enable VLAN DIAL_TONE2_FRQ Encryption 45, 130 DIAL_TONE2_GAIN Encryption Key 45, 162, 163 DIAL_TONE2_RPT...
  • Page 260 Index Line No. Line Settings 145, 208 Header Value for Resync Event LINE_ENABLE_n HOLD_ALARM_FRQ Link Speed/Duplex Mode HOLD_ALARM_GAIN Local Firmware Update 130, 251 HOLD_ALARM_RPT LOCAL_TIME_ZONE_POSIX HOLD_ALARM_TIMING Login Account Settings 138, 149 HOLD_PACKAGE HOLD_RECALL_TIM HOLD_TONE_FRQ HOLD_TONE_GAIN MAC Address HOLD_TONE_RPT MACRODIGIT_TIM HOLD_TONE_TIMING Maintenance Host Name Maintenance Tab...
  • Page 261 Index ONHOOK_TRANSFER_ENABLE Recommended Environment Open Source Software Notice REDIALKEY_CALLLOG_ENABLE Opening/Closing the Web Port Refresh Button 24, 67, 69 Operating Bank REG_EXPIRE_TIME_n OPTION66_ENABLE REG_INTERVAL_RATE_n OPTION66_REBOOT REG_RTX_INTVL_n Other Network Settings Registrar Server Address OUTBANDDTMF_n Registrar Server Port OUTBANDDTMF_VOL Related Documentation Outbound Proxy Server Reliability of Provisional Responses 100, 222 Outbound Proxy Server Address...
  • Page 262 Index SIP Authentication SIP_TRANSPORT_n SIP extensions SIP_UDP_SRV_PREFIX_n SIP Packet QoS (DSCP) SIP_URI_n SIP Server SIP_USER_AGENT SIP Service Domain Source Port SIP Setting SRV lookup Prefix for TCP SIP Settings 27, 91, 92, 145, 212 SRV lookup Prefix for UDP SSAF ® SIP Source Address Filter SIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] 101, 230 SIP Setup...
  • Page 263 Index Technical Support Voice Mail Access Number Telephone VoIP Telephone Settings 125, 126, 141, 143, 179, 194 VoIP Settings 101, 104, 143, 200 Telephone Tab 62, 109 VoIP Settings [Line 1]–[Line 4] Telephone-event Payload Type VoIP Status 69, 70, 256 TELEVENT_PAYLOAD VoIP Tab 59, 91...
  • Page 264 Copyright: This material is copyrighted by Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd., and may be reproduced for internal use only. All other reproduction, in whole or in part, is prohibited without the written consent of Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. 2011 PNQX3582ZA DD0711MK0 (v0.005)

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