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PROVISIONING
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Cisco SPA1112, SPA122, SPA232D
Analog Telephone Adapters

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  • Page 1 PROVISIONING GUIDE Cisco SPA1112, SPA122, SPA232D Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 2 Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Secure HTTPS Resync Profile Management Chapter 5: Provisioning Parameters Delta Configuration Report Configuration Profile Parameters Firmware Upgrade Parameters General Purpose Parameters Macro Expansion Variables Internal Error Codes Chapter 6: Voice Parameters Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 4 <Software_DMZ> Parameters <Bonjour_Enable> <Reset_Button_Enable> <Router_Mode> <VPN_Passthrough> <Web_Management> <TR_069> Parameters <Log_Configuration> Parameters <Web_Login_Admin_Name> <Web_Login_Admin_Password> <Web_Login_Guest_Name> <Web_Login_Guest_Password> Additional Information in the <router-configuration> section Appendix A: Acronyms Appendix B: Time Zone Settings Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 5 Contents Appendix C: Where to Go From Here Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 6: Chapter 1: Deployment And Provisioning

    Deployment and Provisioning Cisco IP Telephony devicesSPA100 and SPA200 Series ATAs are intended for high-volume deployments by VoIP service providers to residential and small business customers. In business or enterprise environments, these ATAs can serve as terminal nodes. These devices are widely distributed across the Internet, connected through routers and firewalls at the customer premises.
  • Page 7: Deployment

    The MAC address of each RC unit is associated with a customizable profile on the Cisco provisioning servers. When the RC unit is connected to the broadband link, it contacts the Cisco provisioning server and downloads its customized profile.
  • Page 8 If the unit is not an RC unit, the page displays Open. Below is a sample template for an RC unit to be preprovisioned by Cisco with the connection information: Restricted Access Domains "domain.com, domain1.com, domain2.com";...
  • Page 9: Provisioning Overview

    The NPS can be a TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS server. A remote firmware upgrade is achieved by using TFTP or HTTP, but not by using HTTPS because the firmware does not contain sensitive information. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 10 The TR-069 Agent CPE devices must be set up and enabled for TR-069. An ACS used to communicate with the CPE must be TR-069 compliant in order to enable the TR-069 Agent. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 11 On phones that do not support IVR, power cycle the phone to reset it to the default values. Allowing the end user to perform a manufacturing reset guarantees that the device can always be returned to an accessible state. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 12 MAC-address. For example, this entry contacts a provisioning server, requesting a profile unique to the device with a MAC address identified by the $MA parameter: Profile_Rule tftp.callme.com/profile/ $MA/spa962.cfg; Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 13 (IVR) functions and to all administration web server parameters. • User Account—Allows the user to access basic IVR functions and to configure a subset of the administration web server parameters. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 14 The service provider can encrypt the configuration profile communication between the provisioning server and the device, in addition to restricting access to the administration web server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 15: Chapter 2: Creating Xml Provisioning Scripts

    HTTPS. Optionally, the file can be compressed by using the gzip deflate algorithm (RFC1951). In addition, the file can be encrypted by using 256-bit AES symmetric key encryption. Example: Open Profile Format <flat-profile> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 16 For example, the Resync On Reset field is represented by the element <Resync_On_Reset>. Each element name must be unique. In the administration web pages, the same fields might appear on multiple web pages, such as the Line, Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 17 In the following example, the user speed dial settings are unchanged: <Speed_Dial_2_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_3_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_4_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_5_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_6_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_7_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_8_2_ ua=”rw”/> <Speed_Dial_9_2_ ua=”rw”/> </flat-profile> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 18 Parameter Properties These properties apply to the parameters: • Any parameters that are not specified by a profile are left unchanged in the ATA. • Unrecognized parameters are ignored. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 19 This example defines an information hotline dial plan that sets the Dial_Plan[1] parameter equal to (S0 <:18005551212>). <flat-profile> <Dial_Plan_1_> (S0 &lt;:18005551212&gt;) </Dial_Plan_1_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 20: Compression And Encryption

    >cat profile.xml | gzip > profile.xml.gz leaves original file in place, produces new compressed file. A tutorial on compression is provided in Open Profile gzip Compression, page Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 21 This value is programmed by using one of the Profile_Rule parameters. The key must be preprovisioned into the unit at an earlier time. This bootstrap of the secret key can be accomplished securely by using HTTPS. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 22: Applying A Profile To The Ata

    Complete the following steps to post the configuration to the ATA by using cURL. This command line tool is used to transfer data with a URL syntax. To download cURL, see: http://curl.haxx.se/download.html Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 23: Using Provisioning Parameters

    GPP_* parameters are empty by default. They can be configured to contain diverse values, including the following: • Encryption keys • URLs • Multi-stage provisioning status information • Post request templates Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 24 This feature can be useful in a large residential deployment, in the case of a regional power failures. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 25 To avoid simultaneously flooding the server with resync requests from multiple phones set to resync at the same time, the phone triggers the resync up to 10 minutes after the specified time. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 26 2 hours (plus up to 15 minutes). It continues trying at 2-hour intervals (plus up to 15 minutes) until it successfully resyncs. Below is another example: Upgrade_Error_Retry_Delay 1800,3600,7200,14400+3600 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 27 URL options. All these components are optional within each alternative. The following are the valid combinations, and the order in which they must appear, if present: [ conditional-expr ] [ assignment-expr ] [[ options ] URL ] Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 28 In the following example, Line 1 is disabled until GPP_A is set equal to Provisioned through the first URL. Afterwards, it resyncs to the second URL. (“$A” ne “Provisioned”)? (Line_Enable_1_ = “No”;)! https://p.tel.com/init- prov | https://p.tel.com/configs Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 29 The encrypted report can be decrypted with the following OpenSSL (or equivalent) command: openssl enc –d –aes-256-cbc –k secretphrase –in rep.xml.enc –out rep.xml The following is an example of the corresponding Report_Rule configuration: [ --key secretphrase ] http://prov.serv.net/spa/$MA/rep.xml.enc Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 30 For example, if the following is configured: [--status]http://my_http_server/config-525.xml The phone will report the status file to http://my_http_server/config-525.xml. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 31 For example, http://p.tel.com/firmware/spa021025.bin In this example, the Upgrade_Rule upgrades the firmware to the image stored at the indicated URL. The following is another example: (“$F” ne “beta-customer”)? http://p.tel.com/firmware/ spa021025.bin Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 32: Data Types

    10. 1 .2. 1 00. • Port—TCP/UDP Port number (0-65535). It can be specified in decimal of hex format. • UserID—User ID as appeared in a URL; up to 63 characters. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 33 “109. 1 2. 1 4. 1 2:12345”. It can contain up to 63 characters. • Phone—A phone number string, such as 14081234567, *69, *72, 345678, or a generic URL such as 1234@10. 1 0. 1 0. 1 00:5068, or jsmith@Cisco.com. It can contain up to 39 characters. •...
  • Page 34 May contain up to 127 characters. Syntax: FreqScript;Z ]. The section Z is similar to the S section in a CadScript except that each on/off segment is followed by a frequency Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 35 Segment 1: On=0.1s, Off=0.1s with Frequencies 1 and 2 Cadence Section 2: Section Length = 10s Number of Segments = 1 Segment 1: On=forever, with Frequencies 1 and 2 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 36 The ATA continues to use the last configured values for tags that are not present in a given profile. not the closest • Templates are compared in the order given. The first, , match is selected. The parameter name must match exactly. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 37 A parameter specification with an empty parameter value forces the parameter back to its default value. To specify an empty string instead, use the empty string "" as the parameter value. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 38: Chapter 3: In-house Preprovisioning And Provisioning Servers

    In-House Preprovisioning and Provisioning Servers Cisco IP Telephony devicesSPA100 and SPA200 Series ATAs, other than RC units, are preprovisioned by the service provider with a profile. That pre-provision profile can range from a a limited set of parameters that resynchronizes the ATA to another profile with a complete set of parameters delivered by remote server.
  • Page 39: In-house Device Preprovisioning

    In-House Device Preprovisioning With the Cisco factory default configuration, an ATA automatically tries to resync to a profile on a TFTP server. The information regarding the profile and TFTP server configured for preprovisioning is delivered to the device by a managed DHCP server on a LAN.
  • Page 40: Provisioning Server Setup

    NAT (a packet filtering strategy that severely restricts the packets that are allowed to enter the protected network from the Internet). For this reason, remote provisioning by using TFTP is not recommended. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 41 For example, the following example is the User-Agent request field from a SPA962: User-Agent: cisco/SPA-962-2.0.5 (88012BA01234) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 42 ATA resyncs by using HTTPS. The server certificate must be signed by the Cisco Server CA Root Key, whose certificate is carried by all deployed units. To obtain a signed server...
  • Page 43 Cisco for signing. Upon receiving the provserver.csr file Cisco generates provserver.crt, the signed server certificate. Cisco also provides a Sipura CA Client Root Certificate to the service provider. This root certificate certifies the authenticity of the client certificate carried by each ATA.
  • Page 44 The ATA continues to process A-records until a server responds. If no server associated with the A-records responds, the ATA logs an error to the syslog server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 45 Log_Upgrade_Failure_Msg These parameters are macro expanded into the actual syslog messages. As indicated in the lower half of the diagram, a Cisco Client Certificate Root Authority signs each unique certificate. The corresponding root certificate is made available to service providers for client authentication purposes.
  • Page 46: Chapter 4: Provisioning Examples

    Within a LAN environment connect a PC and an ATA to a hub, switch, or small STEP 1 router. Connect an analog phone to the Phone 1 port of the ATA. STEP 2 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 47 12345678. Verify that the parameter was correctly updated by refreshing the admin/ STEP 10 advanced page on the PC web browser and selecting the Provisioning tab on that page. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 48 (instead of the Syslog_Server parameter) with the IP address of the syslog server, and setting the Debug_Level to a value between 0 and 3 (3 being the most verbose): <Debug_Server ua="na">192.168.1.210</Debug_Server> <Debug_Level ua="na">3</Debug_Level> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 49 Observe the resulting messages in the syslog trace (as described in the Logging STEP 5 with syslog section). Ensure that the Resync_On_Reset parameter is set to yes: STEP 6 <Resync_On_Reset ua="na">Yes</Resync_On_Reset> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 50 $A through $P. For a complete list of variables available for macro expansion, see the “Macro Expansion Variables” section on page In this exercise, a profile specific to an ATA is provisioned on a TFTP server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 51 Apache server can be downloaded from the Internet.) Copy the basic.txt configuration profile (described in the TFTP Resync STEP 2 exercise) onto the virtual root directory of the installed server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 52 For example, the following Profile_Rule requests the profile spa962.cfg, in the server subdirectory /cisco/config, from the TFTP server running on host prov.telco.com listening for a connection on port 6900: <Profile_Rule ua="na"> /tftp://prov.telco.com:6900/cisco/config/spa962.cfg </Profile_Rule> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 53: Secure Https Resync

    SSL generates and exchanges secret (symmetric) keys for each connection between the ATA and the server, using public/private key pairs preinstalled in the ATA and the provisioning server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 54 TFTP. If a standard web browser can retrieve a profile from a your HTTPS server, the ATA should be able to do so as well. In addition to installing a HTTPS server, a SSL server certificate signed by Cisco must be installed on the provisioning server. The devices cannot resync to a server using HTTPS unless the server supplies a Cisco-signed server certificate.
  • Page 55 STEP 8 The browser probably does not recognize it as valid unless the browser has been preconfigured to accept Cisco as a root CA. However, these ATAs expect the certificate to be signed this way. Modify the Profile_Rule of the test device to contain a reference to the HTTPS server, for example: <Profile_Rule ua="na">...
  • Page 56 With client authentication enabled, only a ATA with a MAC address matching a valid client certificate can request the profile from the provisioning server. A request from an ordinary browser or other unauthorized device is rejected by the server. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 57 This information contains the product name, MAC address, and serial number if the test device carries a unique certificate from the manufacturer, or else generic strings if it is a unit manufactured before firmware release 2.0. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 58 ATA. To use HTTPS, you must generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and submit it to Cisco. Cisco generates a certificate for installation on the provisioning server. The ATA accepts the certificate when it seeks to establish an HTTPS connection with the provisioning server.
  • Page 59 Each secure provisioning server is issued a SSL server certificate, directly signed by Cisco. The firmware running on the ATA recognizes only a Cisco certificate as valid. When a client connects to a server by using HTTPS, it rejects any server certificate that is not signed by Cisco.
  • Page 60 Provisioning Examples Secure HTTPS Resync Certificate Authority Flow Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 61: Profile Management

    Modify the Profile_Rule on the test device to resync to the deflated file in place of STEP 4 the original XML file, as shown in the following example: tftp://192.168.1.200/basic.txt.gz Click Submit All Changes. STEP 5 Observe the syslog trace from the ATA. STEP 6 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 62 Click Submit All Changes. STEP 5 Observe the syslog trace from the ATA. STEP 6 On resync, the new file is downloaded by the ATA and is used to update its parameters. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 63 The ATA now resyncs to both the first and second profiles, in that order, whenever a resync operation is due. Observe the syslog trace to confirm the expected behavior. STEP 5 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 64 Click Submit All Changes. STEP 5 When the ATA resyncs, it receives the XML profile, remaps the elements, as indicated by the alias map, and populates the User_ID_1_ and Password_1_ parameters. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 65 View the Line 1 tab to verify the new configuration. STEP 6 The ATA supports alias remapping of a limited number of parameters. It is not NOTE meant to rename all parameters in its configuration. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 66: Chapter 5: Provisioning Parameters

    Password or encryption key–related parameter values are not reported to the server: <Admin_Password> IP Phone admin password <User_Password> IP Phone user password <PPPOE_Login_Password> < VPN_Password> <Access_Password_N> Camera access password for each camera profile Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 67 [--status] keyword, separated with a comma. If the [-- status] keyword or the status report file path is missing, the phone will not report the status.xml data. For example, if the following is configured: [--status]http://my_http_server/config-525.xml Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 68 Where p reports the main profile parameters, a reports address book information, h reports the call history. This option is only available for UC320W. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 69: Configuration Profile Parameters

    The default value is empty. If the value is invalid, the parameter is ignored. If this parameter is set with a valid value, the Resync_Periodic parameter is ignored. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 70 The associated resync timer is active only after the first successful sync with the server. Set this parameter to zero to disable periodic resyncing. The default value is 3600 seconds. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 71 Enables a resync to be triggered via a SIP NOTIFY message. The default value is Yes. Resync_After_Upgrade_Attempt Triggers a resync after every firmware upgrade attempt. The default value is Yes. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 72 This parameter contains the message that is sent to the syslog server at the start of a resync attempt. The default value is $PN $MAC – Requesting resync $SCHEME:// $SERVIP:$PORT$PATH. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 73 The default value is $PN $MAC – Successful resync $SCHEME:// $SERVIP:$PORT$PATH -- $ERR. Log_Resync_Failure_Msg The syslog message that is issued after a failed resync attempt. The default value is $PN $MAC – Resync failed: $ERR. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 74 For example, to store delta configuration changes in a file with a name like SPA504G_<MAC>_<serial#>.xml, add the following to your provisioning file: [ --delta ] http://reportTargetServer/reportPath/ $PN_$MA_$SN.xml </Report_Rule> The default value is (empty). Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 75: Firmware Upgrade Parameters

    The default value is (empty). Log_Upgrade_Request_Msg The syslog message that is issued at the start of a firmware upgrade attempt. The default value is $PN $MAC -- Requesting upgrade $SCHEME://$SERVIP:$PORT$PATH. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 76: General Purpose Parameters

    SIP NOTIFY command. Note that these parameters are not available on the SPA500 Series phones. The default value is (empty). Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 77: Macro Expansion Variables

    GPP_A contains ABCDEF, then $(A:2) expands to CDEF, and $(A:2:3) expands to CDE. An unrecognized name is not translated, and the $NAME or $(NAME) form remains unchanged in the parameter value after expansion. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 78 External IP of the ATA, as seen on the Internet, for example 66.43. 1 6.52. SWVER Software version string, for example 2.0.6(b). HWVER Hardware version string, for example 1.88. 1 . Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 79 URL. Result message of resync or upgrade attempt. Only useful in generating result syslog messages. The value is preserved in the UPGERR variable in the case of upgrade attempts. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 80: Internal Error Codes

    General SIP protocol error (for example, unacceptable codec in SDP in 200 and ACK messages, or times out while waiting for ACK). Dialed number invalid according to given dial plan. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 81: Chapter 6: Voice Parameters

    In DNS packages, the server will suggest a TTL value to the client; if this parameter is set to yes, the value from the server will be ignored. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 82 This feature can be used to prevent an overload of the provisioning server when a large number of devices power- on simultaneously. Default setting: 2 (40 seconds) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 83 This parameter is the value that is initially loaded into the error retry timer. If this parameter is set to zero, the ATA immediately retries to sync with the provisioning server following a failed attempt. Default setting: 3600 seconds Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 84 66. In the URL, either the IP address or the FQDN of the server can be specified. The file name can have macros, such as $MA, which expands to the ATA MAC address. Default setting: /spa$PSN.cfg Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 85 This parameter may optionally contain an encryption key. For example: [ --key $K ] tftp://ps.callhome.net/$MA/rep.xml.enc Default setting: blank <Upgrade_Enable> Determines whether or not firmware upgrade operations can occur independently of resync actions. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 86 (CA) certificate. Either the IP address or the FQDN of the server can be specified. The file name can have macros, such as $MA, which expands to the ATA MAC address. Default setting: null Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 87 Default setting: blank <SIP_Accept_Language> Accept-Language header used. There is no default (this indicates that the ATA does not include this header) If empty, the header is not included. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 88 Select yes if you want all AVT tone packets (encoded for redundancy) to have the marker bit set for each DTMF event. Select no to have the marker bit set only for the first packet. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 89 ACK hang-around time, which can range from 0 to 64 seconds. Default setting: 32 <SIP_Timer_J> Non-INVITE response hang-around time, which can range from 0 to 64 seconds. Default setting: 32 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 90 Intvl when retrying REGISTER after a failure. Default setting: 0 (disabled) <Reg_Retry_Long_Random_Delay> Random delay range (in seconds) to add to Register Retry Long Intvl when retrying REGISTER after a failure. Default setting: 0 (disabled) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 91 Default setting: 16482. <RTP_Packet_Size> Packet size in seconds, which can range from 0.01 to 0. 1 6. Valid values must be a multiple of 0.01 seconds. Default setting: 0.030 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 92 The format of the P-RTP-Stat header is: P-RTP-State: PS=<packets sent>,OS=<octets sent> ,PR=<packets received>,OR=<octets received>,PL=<packets lost>,JI=<jitter in ms>,LA=<delay in ms>,DU=<call duration ins>,EN=<encoder>,DE=<decoder>. <NSE_Dynamic_Payload> NSE dynamic payload type. The valid range is 96-127. Default setting: 100 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 93 G.729a codec name used in SDP. Default setting: G729a <G722_Codec_Name> G.722 codec name used in SDP. Default setting: G722 <EncapRTP_Codec_Name> EncapRTP codec name used in SDP. Default setting: encaprtp Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 94 Warning header in all subsequent REGISTER requests. If the ATA detects symmetric NAT or a symmetric firewall, NAT mapping is disabled. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 95 The multicast address for devices in the Cisco SPA9000 voice network. Default setting: 224. 1 68. 1 68. 1 68:6061 <Key_System_Auto_Discovery> To enable auto-discovery of the Cisco SPA9000 voice system, choose yes. Otherwise, choose no. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 96 ATA ends this call with a SIP BYE message. The range is 0 to 255 seconds (0 means that the session refresh is disabled) Default setting: 30 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 97 Destination that should receive NAT keep alive messages. If <NAT_Keep_Alive_Dest_13_> the value is $PROXY, the messages are sent to the current proxy server or outbound proxy server. Default setting: $PROXY Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 98 The INVITE message, however, is still sent to the outbound proxy if it is enabled. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 99 This parameter is ignored if the Register parameter is no. Range: – 1) sec. 0 – (2 Default setting: 3600 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 100 The subscription interval for voicemail message waiting through <Mailbox_Subscribe_Expires_ indication. When this time period expires, the ATA sends 13_> another subscribe message to the voice mail server. Default: 2147483647 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 101 <Call_Waiting_Serv_5_> through <Call_ Waiting_Serv_13_> <Block_CID_Serv_1_> Enable Block Caller ID Service. <Block_CID_Serv_2_> Default setting: yes <Block_CID_Serv_5_> through <Block_ CID_Serv_13_> <Block_ANC_Serv_1_> Enable Block Anonymous Calls Service <Block,_ANC_Serv_2_> Default setting: yes <Block,_ANC_Serv_5_> through <Block_ANC_Serv_13_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 102 <Cfwd_Last_Serv_5_> through <Cfwd_ Last_Serv_13_> <Block_Last_Serv_1_> Enable Block Last Call Service <Block_Last_Serv_2_> Default setting: yes <Block_Last_Serv_5_> through <Block_ Last_Serv_13_> <Accept_Last_Serv_1_> Enable Accept Last Call Service <Accept_Last_Serv_2_> Default setting: yes <Accept_Last_Serv_5_> through <Accept_Last_Serv_13_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 103 Three Way Conference and Attended Transfer. Default setting: yes <Three_Way_Call_Serv_5_> through <Three_Way_Call_Serv_13_> <Three_Way_Conf_Serv_1_> Enable Three Way Conference Service. Three Way <Three_Way_Conf_Serv_2_> Conference is required for Attended Transfer. Default setting: yes <Three_Way_Conf_Serv_5_> through <Three_Way_Conf_Serv_13_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 104 Default setting: yes <Referral_Serv_5_> through <Referral_ Serv_13_> <Feature_Dial_Serv_1_> Enable Feature Dial Service. See the Feature Dial Services <Feature_Dial_Serv_2_> Codes parameter For more information. Default setting: yes <Feature_Dial_Serv_5_> through <Feature_Dial_Serv_13_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 105 Enable_13_> Otherwise, select no. Default setting: yes <Silence_Supp_Enable_1_>through To enable silence suppression so that silent audio frames are <Silence_Supp_Enable_13_> not transmitted, select yes. Otherwise, select no. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 106 To use the DTMF process AVT feature, select yes. Otherwise, <DTMF_Process_AVT_13_> select no. Default setting: yes <FAX_Process_NSE_1_> through <FAX_ To use the fax process NSE feature, select yes. Otherwise, Process_NSE_2_> select no. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 107 (IVR) Default: 70 ms <FAX_Enable_T38_1_> To enable the use of ITU-T T.38 standard for FAX Relay, select <FAX_Enable_T38_2_> yes. Otherwise select no. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 108 Select yes to enable this feature, or select no to disable it. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 109 Gateway 1. Default setting: blank <GW1_Password_1_> through <GW4_ This value is the password to be used by the ATA to Password_1_> authenticate itself to Gateway 1. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 110 <Cfwd_All_Dest_2_> Default setting: blank <Cfwd_All_Dest_5_> through <Cfwd_ All_Dest_13_> <Cfwd_Busy_Dest_1_> Forward number for Call Forward Busy Service. Same as <Cfwd_Busy_Dest_2_> Cfwd All Dest. Default setting: blank <Cfwd_Busy_Dest_5_> through <Cfwd_ Busy_Dest_13_> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 111 <Block_Last_Caller_2_> Block Last Caller Service. Default setting: blank <Accept_Last_Caller_1_> The number of the last caller; this caller is accepted via the <Accept_Last_Caller_2_> Accept Last Caller Service. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 112 Caller ID Generation on or off. <CID_Setting_2_> Default setting: yes <CWCID_Setting_1_> Call Waiting Caller ID Generation on or off. <CWCID_Setting_2_> Default setting: yes <Dist_Ring_Setting_1_> Distinctive Ring on or off. <Dist_Ring_Setting_2_> Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 113 <Media_Loopback_Mode_2_> request media loopback. Choices are: Source and Mirror. Default setting: source <Media_Loopback_Mode_5_> through <Media_Loopback_Mode_13_> NOTE If the ATA answers the call, the mode is determined by the caller. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 114 Duration of ring splash when a call is forwarded (0 – 10.0s) <Cfwd_Ring_Splash_Len_2_> Default setting: 0 <Cblk_Ring_Splash_Len_1_> Duration of ring splash when a call is blocked (0 – 10.0s) <Cblk_Ring_Splash_Len_2_> Default setting: 0 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 115 TOS/DiffServ field value in UDP IP packets carrying a SIP <SIP_ToS/DiffServ_Value_5_> message. Default setting: 0x68 <SIP_CoS_Value_1_> through <SIP_ CoS value for SIP messages. Valid values are 0 through 7. CoS_Value_5_> Default setting: 3 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 116 (18x) and use of PRACK requests, select yes. Otherwise, select no. Default setting: no <EXT_SIP_Port_1_> through <EXT_SIP_ The external SIP port number. Port_5_> Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 117 ATA adds a GUID header in the SIP request. The GUID is generated the first time the unit boots up and stays with the unit through rebooting and even factory reset. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 118 Default setting: no <Referor_Bye_Delay_1_> through The number of seconds to wait before sending a BYE to the <Referor_Bye_Delay_5_> referrer to terminate a stale call leg after a call transfer. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 119 The PSTN dial plan pool. You can associate a dial plan with a 3_> VoIP Caller or a PSTN Caller by referencing the index number (1~8). Default setting: (xx.) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 120 The index number of the dial plan to use when the VoIP Caller is calling from Line 1 of the same ATA due to fallback to PSTN service when Line 1 VoIP service is down. Default setting: none Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 121 VoIP Caller Auth Method is set to PIN. Default setting: blank <VoIP_Caller_1_DP_3_>through <VoIP_ The index number of the dial plan to use upon successful Caller_8_DP_3_> entry of the corresponding VoIP Caller PIN. Default setting: 1 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 122 To enable ring through to Line 1 based on caller number patterns, choose yes. Otherwise choose no. Note: For more information about PSTN Caller number patterns, see <PSTN_Caller_ID_Pattern_3_>. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 123 Example: 1408*, 1512???1234 In the above example, the caller ID either must start with 1408 or must be an 11-digit numbering starting with 1512 and ending with 1234. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 124 The range is 0-255. Default setting: 10 <PSTN-To-VoIP_Call_Max_Dur_3_> The limit on the duration of a PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Call. Unit is in seconds. 0 means unlimited. The range is 0-2147483647. Default setting: 0 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 125 The permitted range is 0.05 to 3.00 (up to two decimal places only). Default setting: . 1 /. 1 <PSTN_Hook_Flash_Len_3_> The length of the hook flash in seconds. Default setting: .25 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 126 Choose from {very low, low, medium, high, very high}. The higher the setting, the easier to detect silence and hence easier to trigger a disconnection. Default setting: medium Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 127 • 6 segments of on/off time (seconds) can be specified. A 10% margin is used to validated cadence characteristics of the tone. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 128 (or attenuation if negative) to be applied to the signal sent from the PSTN side to the ATA. The range is -15 to 12. Default setting: 0 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 129 <Prompt_Tone> Prompts the user to enter a call forwarding phone number. Default setting: 520@-5,620@-5;10(*/0/1+2) <Busy_Tone> Played when a 486 RSC is received for an outbound call. Default setting: 480@-5,620@-5;10(.5/.5/1+2) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 130 Default setting: 600@-5;*(. 1 /. 1 /1,. 1 /. 1 /1,. 1 /9.5/1) <Conference_Tone> Played to all parties when a three-way conference call is in progress. Default setting: 350@-5;20(. 1 /. 1 /1,. 1 /9.7/1) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 131 Cadence script for distinctive ring 7. Default setting: 60(.4/.2,.4/.2,.4/4) <Ring8_Cadence> Cadence script for distinctive ring 8. Default setting: 60(0.25/9.75) <CWT1_Cadence> Cadence script for distinctive CWT 1. Default setting: 30(.3/9.7) Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 132 CWT 5 for the inbound call. Default setting: Bellcore-r5 <Ring6_Name> Name in an INVITE’s Alert-Info Header to pick distinctive ring/ CWT 6 for the inbound call. Default setting: Bellcore-r6 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 133 Phone must be on-hook for at this time in sec. before the ATA will tear down the current inbound call. It does not apply to outbound calls. Range: 0–255 seconds. Default setting: 0 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 134 Interdigit_Short_Timer is used after any one digit, if at least one matching sequence is complete as dialed, but more dialed digits would match other as yet incomplete sequences. Range: 0–64 seconds. Default setting: 3 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 135 Starts a callback when the last outbound call is not busy. Default setting: *66 <Call_Back_Deact_Code> Cancels a callback. Default setting: *86 <Call_Back_Busy_Act_Code> Starts a callback when the last outbound call is busy. Default setting: *05 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 136 Cancels the code to accept the last outbound call. Default setting: *84 <CW_Act_Code> Enables call waiting on all calls. Default setting: *56 <CW_Deact_Code> Disables call waiting on all calls. Default setting: *57 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 137 Default setting: *25 <CWCID_Deact_Code> Disables call waiting, caller ID generation. Default setting: *45 <Dist_Ring_Act_Code> Enables the distinctive ringing feature. Default setting: *26 <Dist_Ring_Deact_Code> Disables the distinctive ringing feature. Default setting: *46 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 138 Default setting: *99 <FAX_Line_Toggle_Code> Toggles the line to a fax machine. Default setting: #99 <Media_Loopback_Code> Use for media loopback. Default setting: *03 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 139 The *codes should not conflict with any of the other vertical service codes internally processed by the ATA. You can empty the corresponding *code that you do not want the ATA to process. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 140 Instead, add the *code in the dial plan and the ATA send INVITE *73@..as usual when user dials *73. Default setting: blank <Service_Annc_Base_Number> Base number for service announcements. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 141 Dial prefix to make G.722 the preferred codec for the call. Default setting: *01722 <Force_G722_Code> Dial prefix to make G.722 the only codec that can be used for the call. Default setting: *02722 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 142 This setting has no effect if DTMF Tx Method is INFO; ABCD is always sent OOB regardless in this setting. <Playback_ABCD> To enable local playback of OOB DTMF ABCD, select yes. Otherwise, select no. Default setting: yes Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 143 The ATA supports bell 202 and v.23 standards for caller ID generation. Default setting: bell 202 <Feature_Invocation_Method> Select the method you want to use, Default or Sweden default. Default setting: Default Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 144 To deregister a handset, select yes. After you submit the settings and the voice module reboots, then the handset is deregistered. At that point, this parameter is reset to the default value. Default setting: no Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 145 MAC address) if you want to bind this device to the specified handset ID, such as Handset 3. The IPEI can be found in the Settings > Phone Info menu on the handset. Default setting: blank Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 146: Chapter 7: Router Configuration Parameters

    <Bonjour_Enable>, page 182 • <Reset_Button_Enable>, page 183 • <Router_Mode>, page 184 • <VPN_Passthrough>, page 185 • <Web_Management>, page 187 • <TR_069> Parameters, page 191 • <Log_Configuration> Parameters, page 195 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 147: Nested Structure

    • To enter a null value, enter a backslash at the end of the parameter name, as show in this example: <MAC_Address_Clone_Address /> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 148 Router Configuration Parameters Nested Structure Nested Sections Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 149: Wan_interface> Wan Interface Parameters

    User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, Connection Type field Values: • dh: DHCP • st: Static • pp: PPPoE Default: dh Example: Static connection type <WAN_Connection_Type>st</WAN_Connection_Type> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 150 <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size> User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, MTU text box Values: 576 to1492 Default: 0 Example: Customized MTU size for PPPoE <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size>1492</WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 151 User Interface: Interface Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, User Name field (available when PPPoE is the Connection Type) Values: (up to 64 characters), Printable ASCII characters Default: null Example: <WAN_PPPoE_User_Name>test@example.net</WAN_PPPoE_User_Name> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 152 User Interface: Interface Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, Service Name field (available when PPPoE is the Connection Type) Parameter: Service name Values: name (up to 64 characters) Default: null Example: <WAN_PPPoE_Service_Name>ServiceX_PPP</WAN_PPPoE_Service_Name> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 153 Example: <WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive>1:5:30</WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive> WAN Example 1: DHCP with automatic MTU mode <router-configuration> <WAN_Interface> <WAN_Connection_Type>dh</WAN_Connection_Type> <WAN_DHCP_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_DHCP_MTU_Mode> <WAN_DHCP_MTU_Size>0</WAN_DHCP_MTU_Size> <WAN_Static_IP_NET>0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0</WAN_Static_IP_NET> <WAN_Static_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_Static_MTU_Mode> <WAN_Static_MTU_Size>0</WAN_Static_MTU_Size> <WAN_PPPoE_User_Name /> <WAN_PPPoE_Service_Name /> <WAN_PPPoE_Password /> <WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive>0:0:30</WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive> <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Mode> <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size>0</WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size> </WAN_Interface> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 154 WAN_Static_IP_NET> <WAN_Static_MTU_Mode>1</WAN_Static_MTU_Mode> <WAN_Static_MTU_Size>1492</WAN_Static_MTU_Size> </WAN_Interface> </router-configuration> WAN Example 3: PPPoE with Connect on Demand <router-configuration> <WAN_Interface> <WAN_Connection_Type>pppoe</WAN_Connection_Type> <WAN_DHCP_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_DHCP_MTU_Mode> <WAN_DHCP_MTU_Size>0</WAN_DHCP_MTU_Size> <WAN_Static_IP_NET>0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0</WAN_Static_IP_NET> <WAN_Static_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_Static_MTU_Mode> <WAN_Static_MTU_Size>0</WAN_Static_MTU_Size> <WAN_PPPoE_User_Name>test@example.net</WAN_PPPoE_User_Name> <WAN_PPPoE_Password>my-password</WAN_PPPoE_Password> <WAN_PPPoE_Service_Name>ServiceX_PPP</WAN_PPPoE_Service_Name> <WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive>1:5:30</WAN_PPPoE_Keep_Alive> <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Mode>0</WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Mode> <WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size>0</WAN_PPPoE_MTU_Size> </WAN_Interface> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 155: Phy_port_setting> Parameters

    Description: Enables or disables flow control User Interface: Interface Setup > Advanced Settings > Port Setting page, Flow Control field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: Flow control enabled <Flow_Control>1</Flow_Control> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 156 Setting page, Speed Duplex field Values: auto 100h 100f Default: auto Example: 100 Mbps, half-duplex mode <Speed_Duplex>100h</Speed_Duplex> <PHY_Port_Setting> Example: Flow control enabled with auto-negotiated duplex mode <router-configuration> <PHY_Port_Setting> <Flow_Control>1</Flow_Control> <Speed_Duplex>auto</Speed_Duplex> </PHY_Port_Setting> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 157: Mac_address_clone> Parameters

    User Interface: Interface Setup > Advanced Settings > MAC Address Clone page, MAC Address field (available when MAC Clone is enabled) Values: MAC address Default: null Example: <MAC_Address_Clone_Address>00:22:68:19:EF:83</MAC_Address_ Clone_Address> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 158: Internet_option> Parameters

    Details <Host_Name> Description: The name of the ATA User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, Host Name field Values: name Default: model number Example: <Host_Name>SPA112</Host_Name> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 159 DNS server; optionally, a secondary server can be specified User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Internet Settings page, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS fields Values: DNS1[:DNS2] Default: null Example: Primary and secondary DNS server <DNS>209.165.201.1:209.165.201.2</DNS> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 160: Dhcp_server_pool> Parameters

    Description: Enables or disables the DHCP server User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Settings page, DHCP Server field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: DHCP server enabled <DHCP_Server>1</DHCP_Server> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 161 User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Settings page, Subnet Mask field Values: Class C subnet mask 255.255.255.0 255.255.255. 1 28 255.255.255. 1 92 255.255.255.224 255.255.255.240 255.255.255.248 255.255.255.252 Default: 255.255.255.0 Example: <Subnet_Mask>255.255.255.0</Subnet_Mask> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 162 User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Settings page, Option 66 field Values: 0: None 2: Remote TFTP Server 3: Manual TFTP Server Default: 0 Example: Remote TFTP server <Option_66>2</Option_66> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 163 Description: Provides a configuration URL to hosts that request this option User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Settings page, Option 159 field Values: URL Default: null Example: <Option_159>http://MyDomain.com/MyDirectory/MyFile.cfg></Option_ 159> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 164 DHCP server User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Settings page, Starting IPv4 address field Values: IPv4 address Default: 192. 1 68. 1 5. 1 00 Example: <Starting_IP>192.168.15.110</Starting_IP> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 165 Description: Defines a DNS server address that will be provided to DHCP clients. If DNS Proxy is enabled, clients will automatically be issued the Local IPv4 address to use for DNS. Values: IPv4 address Default: 0.0.0.0 Example: <Static_DNS>209.165.202.129</Static_DNS> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 166 <DHCP_Server_Pool> Example: DHCP enabled with two DHCP reservations <router-configuration> <DHCP_Server_Pool> <Rule> <DHCP_Server>1</DHCP_Server> <Local_IP>192.168.15.1</Local_IP> <Subnet_Mask>255.255.255.0</Subnet_Mask> <DHCP_Client_Table>58:8D:09:72:73:DA 192.168.15.100 on Computer- 1;00:22:68:19:EF:83 192.168.15.101 on Computer-2;</DHCP_Client_Table> <TFTP_IP>0.0.0.0</TFTP_IP> <Starting_IP>192.168.15.100</Starting_IP> <Max_DHCP_User>50</Max_DHCP_User> <Client_Lease_Time>0</Client_Lease_Time> <Default_Gateway>192.168.15.1</Default_Gateway> </Rule> </DHCP_Server_Pool> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 167: Wan_vlan_setting> Parameters

    Description: A number that identifies the VLAN User Interface: Network Setup > Advanced Settings > VLAN page, VLAN ID field Values: 1~4094 Default: 1 Example: VLAN ID 100 <WAN_VALN_ID>100</WAN_VALN_ID> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 168: Cldp_setting> Parameters

    Description: Enables or disables Cisco Discovery Protocol User Interface: Network Setup > Advanced Settings > CDP & LLDP page, Enable CDP field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 0 Example: CDP enabled <CDP_ENABLE>1</CDP_ENABLE> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 169 Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 0 Example: Layer 2 logging enabled <LAYER2_LOGGING_ENABLE>1</LAYER2_LOGGING_ENABLE> <CLDP_Setting> Example: CDP, LLDP, and Layer 2 logging enabled <router-configuration> <CLDP_Setting> <CDP_ENABLE>1</CDP_ENABLE> <LLDP_ENABLE>1</LLDP_ENABLE> <LAYER2_LOGGING_ENABLE>1</LAYER2_LOGGING_ENABLE> </CLDP_Setting> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 170: Snmp> Parameters

    User Interface: Administration > Management > SNMP page, SNMP section, Trusted IP field Values: IPv4 address and subnet mask in this order: 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 Default: 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 (Any IP address) Example: <SNMP_Trusted_IP>209.165.202.129/255.255.255.0</SNMP_Trusted_IP> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 171 Default: private Example: <Set_Community>MySet</Set_Community> <SNMPV3> User Interface: Administration > Management > SNMP page, SNMPV3 section, Enable and Disable fields Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 0 Example: SNMPv3 enabled <SNMPV3>1</SNMPV3> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 172 Example: SHA enabled <Auth_Protocol>SHA</Auth_Protocol> <Auth_Password> Description: Password for SNMPv3 authentication User Interface: Administration > Management > SNMP page, Auth- Password field for SNMPv3 Values: string Default: 1111111111 Example: <Auth_Password>MyPassword</Auth_Password> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 173 Description: The IP Address of the SNMP manager or trap agent User Interface: Administration > Management > SNMP page, Trap Configuration section, IP Address field Values: IPv4 address Default: 192. 1 68. 1 5. 1 00 Example: <TRAP_IP_Address>209.165.202.129</TRAP_IP_Address> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 174 Values: One of the SNMP version number listed below Default: v1 Example: <TRAP_SNMP_Version>v3</TRAP_SNMP_Version> <SNMP> Example 1: SNMP Enabled from Any IP Address <router-configuration> <SNMP> <SNMP_Enabled>1</SNMP_Enabled> <SNMP_Trusted_IP>0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0</SNMP_Trusted_IP> <Get_Community>MyGet</Get_Community> <Set_Community>MySet</Set_Community> <TRAP_IP_Address>209.165.202.129</TRAP_IP_Address> <TRAP_Port>162</TRAP_Port> <TRAP_SNMP_Version>v3</TRAP_SNMP_Version> </SNMP> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 175 <SNMP> Parameters </router-configuration> <SNMP> Example 2: SNMPv3 Enabled from Trusted IP Address <router-configuration> <SNMP> <SNMP_Enabled>1</SNMP_Enabled> <SNMP_Trusted_IP>209.165.202.129/255.255.255.0</SNMP_Trusted_IP> <Get_Community>MyGet</Get_Community> <Set_Community>MySet</Set_Community> <SNMPV3>1</SNMPV3> <RW_User>MyUsername</RW_User> <Auth_Protocol>SHA</Auth_Protocol> <Auth_Password>MyPassword</Auth_Password> <Privacy_Protocol>DES</Privacy_Protocol> <Privacy_Password>MyPrivacyPassword</Privacy_Password> <TRAP_IP_Address>209.165.201.1</TRAP_IP_Address> <TRAP_Port>162</TRAP_Port> <TRAP_SNMP_Version>v3</TRAP_SNMP_Version> </SNMP> <router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 176: Time_setup> Parameters

    User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Time Settings page, Adjust Clock for Daylight Saving Changes field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: Automatic Daylight Saving adjustment enabled <Auto_Adjust_Clock>1</Auto_Adjust_Clock> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 177 Description: The interval, in seconds, at which the ATA resynchronizes with the NTP server User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Time Settings page, Resync Timer field Values: number Default: 3600 Example: <Resync_Timer>3600</Resync_Timer> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 178 1: Auto Default: 1 Example: Automatic mode <Time_Mode>1</Time_Mode> <Time_Setup> Example: Germany Time Zone with Daylight Savings and Auto-Recovery Enabled <router-configuration> <Time_Setup> <Time_Zone>+01 2 2</Time_Zone> <Auto_Adjust_Clock>1</Auto_Adjust_Clock> <Time_Server_Mode>auto</Time_Server_Mode> <Time_Server>0.ciscosb.pool.ntp.org</Time_Server> <Resync_Timer>3600</Resync_Timer> <Auto_Recovery_System_Time>1</Auto_Recovery_System_Time> <Time_Mode>1</Time_Mode> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 179: Qos_bandwidth_control> Parameters

    User Interface: Network Setup > Application > QoS page, QoS Policy field Values: 0: On When Phone In Use 1: Always On Default: 0 Example: On when phone is in use <QoS_Always_ON>0</QoS_Always_ON> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 180: Software_dmz> Parameters

    Internet traffic to access 192.168.15.101, page 182. <Rule1> All parameters in the <Software_DMZ> section are nested between <Rule1> and </Rule1>. Only one DMZ rule is allowed on this device. Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 181 Values: IPv4 address Default: 0.0.0.0 Example: <Private_IP>192.168.15.1</Private_IP> <Rule_Number> Description: A static setting used to define the DMZ rule User Interface: not applicable Values: 1 (do not change this number) Default: 1 Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 182: Bonjour_enable

    User Interface: Administration > Management > Bonjour page, Enabled and Disabled fields Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: Bonjour enabled <Bonjour_Enable>1</Bonjour_Enable> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 183: Reset_button_enable

    User Interface: Values: 0: Disabled (button) 1: Enabled (button can be pressed for 1-2 seconds for reboot and 5-6 seconds for a factory reset) Default: 1 Example: Button disabled <Reset_Button_Enable>0</<Reset_Button_Enable> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 184: Router_mode

    Description: The operating mode of the router User Interface: Network Setup > Basic Setup > Network Service page, Networking Service field Values: 0: Bridge 1: NAT Default: 1 Example: Bridge mode enabled <Router_Mode>0<Router_Mode> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 185: Vpn_passthrough

    Description: Enables or disables VPN passthrough for Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) User Interface: Network Setup > Advanced Settings > VPN Passthrough page, PPTP Passthrough field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: <PPTP_Passthrough>1</PPTP_Passthrough> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 186 User Interface: Network Setup > Advanced Settings > VPN Passthrough page, L2TP Passthrough field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 1 Example: <L2TP_Passthrough>1</L2TP_Passthrough> <VPN_Passthrough> Example: All passthrough options enabled <router-configuration> <VPN_Passthrough> <IPSec_Passthrough>1</IPSec_Passthrough> <PPTP_Passthrough>1</PPTP_Passthrough> <L2TP_Passthrough>1</L2TP_Passthrough> </VPN_Passthrough> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 187: Web_management

    HTTPS, from a computer on the LAN User Interface: Administration > Management > Web Access Management page, Web Utility Access field, HTTPS option Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 0 Example: <Web_Utility_Access_HTTPS>1</Web_Utility_Access_HTTPS> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 188 (INTERNET port), when Remote Management is enabled User Interface: Administration > Management > Web Access Management page, Web Utility Access field Values: 0: HTTP 1: HTTPS Default: 0 Example: <Remote_Web_Utility_Access>1</Remote_Web_Utility_Access> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 189 User Interface: Administration > Management > Web Access Management page, Allowed Remote IPv4 Address field, Any IP Address option Values: 0: Specified IP Address 1: Any IP Address Default: 1 Example: <Allowed_Remote_IP_Type>0</Allowed_Remote_IP_Type> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 190 Management page, Remote Management Port field Values: port number Default: 80 Example: <Remote_Management_Port>443</Remote_Management_Port> <Web_Management> Example: Remote Management and Remote Upgrade enabled <router-configuration> <Web_Management> <Web_Utility_Access_HTTP>1</Web_Utility_Access_HTTP> <Web_Utility_Access_HTTPS>1</Web_Utility_Access_HTTPS> <Web_Remote_Management>1</Web_Remote_Management> <Remote_Web_Utility_Access>1</Remote_Web_Utility_Access> <Web_Remote_Upgrade>1</Web_Remote_Upgrade> <Allowed_Remote_IP_Type>0</Allowed_Remote_IP_Type> <Allowed_Remote_IP_Address>209.165.201.129 129</Allowed_Remote_IP_Address> <Remote_Management_Port>443</Remote_Management_Port> </Web_Management> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 191: Tr_069> Parameters

    User Interface: Administration > Management > TR-069 page, ACS URL field Values: Domain name or IP address, starting with http:// or https://, and optionally ending with a port number Default: null Example: <TR_069_ACS_URL>http://ACS-example.com</TR_069_ACS_URL> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 192 Description: This field will be auto-filled and does not need to be URL> entered manually User Interface: Administration > Management > TR-069 page, Connection Request URL field Values: URL Default: null Example: not applicable, value is auto-filled Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 193 CPE attempts to connect to the ACS User Interface: Administration > Management > TR-069 page, Periodic Inform Interval field Values: number Default: 86400 Example: Interval of 36000 seconds (10 minutes) <TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Interval>36000</TR_069_Periodic_Inform_ Interval> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 194 Example: Periodic Inform enabled <TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Enable>1</TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Enable> <TR-069> Example: TR-069 Enabled <router-configuration> <TR_069> <TR_069_Status>1</TR_069_Status> <TR_069_ACS_URL>http://ACS-example.com</TR_069_ACS_URL> <TR_069_ACS_Username>MyUsername</TR_069_ACS_Username> <!-- <TR_069_ACS_Password></TR_069_ACS_Password> --> <TR_069_Connection_Request_URL /> <TR_069_Connection_Request_Username>MyCPEUsername</TR_069_Connection_ Request_Username> <!-- <TR_069_Connection_Request_Password></TR_069_Connection_Request_ Password>--> <TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Interval>86400</TR_069_Periodic_Inform_ Interval> <TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Enable>1</TR_069_Periodic_Inform_Enable> <TR_069_Loopback_Binding>0</TR_069_Loopback_Binding> </TR_069> </router-configuration> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 195: Log_configuration> Parameters

    Description: The maximum size of the log file in kilobytes User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Setting page, Log Size field Values: number from 128~1024 Default: 200 Example: <RAM_Log_Size>200</RAM_Log_Size> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 196 Description: A valid email address from which to send the logs User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Setting page, E-Mail section, Sender field Values: email address, including domain, such as user1@example.com Default: null Example: <MAIL_Sender>user1@example.com</MAIL_Sender> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 197 User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Setting page, E-Mail section, SMTP Server field Values: IPv4 address or domain name Default: null Example: <MAIL_Smtp_Server>smtp.example.com</MAIL_Smtp_Server> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 198 Description: The interval, in minutes, at which to send emails User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Setting page, E-Mail section, Interval field Values: number, 1~1440 Default: 60 Example: <MAIL_Interval>60</MAIL_Interval> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 199 Description: A valid email address from which to send the logs User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Setting page, E-Mail section, Password field Values: email address, including domain, such as user1@example.com Default: null Example: <MAIL_Smtp_Passwd>MyPassword</MAIL_Smtp_Passwd> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 200 User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Module page, Priority field Values: 0: Emergency 4: Warning 1: Alert 5: Notice 2: Critical 6: Info 3: Error 7: Debug Default: 3 Example: Include Critical, Alert, and Emergency events <Priority>2</Priority> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 201 User Interface: Administration > Log > Log Module page, Syslog Server field Values: 0: Disabled 1: Enabled Default: 0 Example: Logs will be sent to a Syslog Server <Syslog>1</Syslog> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 202 <router-configuration> <Log_Configuration> <Log_Configuration> <Status>1</Status> <RAM_Log_Size>200</RAM_Log_Size> <Syslog_Server_IP>209.165.202.129</Syslog_Server_IP> <Syslog_Server_Port>514</Syslog_Server_Port> <MAIL_Sender>user1@example.com</MAIL_Sender> <MAIL_Receiver>user2@example.com</MAIL_Receiver> <MAIL_Subject>My ATA Logs</MAIL_Subject> <MAIL_Smtp_Server>smtp.example.com</MAIL_Smtp_Server> <MAIL_Smtp_Port>25</MAIL_Smtp_Port> <MAIL_Log_Count>100</MAIL_Log_Count> <MAIL_Interval>60</MAIL_Interval> <MAIL_Smtp_User>user1</MAIL_Smtp_User> <!-- <MAIL_Smtp_Passwd></MAIL_Smtp_Passwd> --> <KERNEL> <Enable>1</Enable> <Priority>2</Priority> <RAM>1</RAM> <Syslog>1</Syslog> <MAIL>1</MAIL> </KERNEL> <System> <Enable>1</Enable> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 203: Web_login_admin_name

    Parameter Details <Web_Login_Admin_Password> Description: The password for the administrator login User Interface: Administration > Management > User List page Values: password Default: commented out <!--<Web_Login_Admin_Password></Web_ Login_Admin_Password>--> Example: <Web_Login_Admin_Password>MyPassword</Web_Login_Admin_ Password> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 204: Web_login_guest_name

    Values: username Default: cisco Example: <Web_Login_Guest_Name>MyUsername</Web_Login_Guest_Name> <Web_Login_Guest_Password> Parameter Details <Web_Login_Guest_Password> Description: User Interface: Administration > Management > User List page, Values: password Default: commented out, <!--<Web_Login_Guest_Password></Web_ Login_Guest_Password>--> Example: <Web_Login_Guest_Password>MyPassword</Web_Login_Guest_Password> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 205: Additional Information In The Section

    <System_Model_Number>: The model number • <About_Product> <Firmware_Version>: The firmware version number <Model>: The model number and description <Product_ID>: The model number <Version_ID>: The hardware version number <Serial_Number>: The serial number Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 206: Appendix A: Acronyms

    Customer Premises Equipment CWCID Call Waiting Caller ID Call Waiting Tone Digital to Analog Converter decibel dB with respect to 1 milliwatt DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Domain Name System Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 207 Internet Protocol Internet Service Provider ITSP Internet Telephony Service Provider Interactive Voice Response Local Area Network Low Bit Rate LBRC Low Bit Rate Codec Mini-Certificate MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 208 (SIP) Response Status Code, such as 404, 302, 600 Real Time Protocol Round Trip Time Streaming Audio Server Session Description Protocol SDRAM Synchronous DRAM seconds Session Initiation Protocol Shared line appearance SLIC Subscriber Line Interface Circuit Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 209 Trivial File Transfer Protocol Transmission Control Protocol User Agent Micro-controller User Datagram Protocol Uniform Resource Locator Voicemail VMWI Visual Message Waiting Indication/Indicator Voice Quality Wide Area Network Extensible Markup Language Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 210: Appendix B: Time Zone Settings

    <Time_Zone>+08 4 0</Time_Zone> (GMT+09:00) Japan, Korea +09 1 0 <Time_Zone>+09 1 0</Time_Zone> (GMT+09:30) South Australia +09.5 1 10 <Time_Zone>+09.5 1 10</Time_Zone> (GMT+10:00) Australia +10 2 4 <Time_Zone>+10 2 4</Time_Zone> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 211 <Time_Zone>-08 1 1</Time_Zone> (GMT-09:00) Alaska -09 1 1 <Time_Zone>-09 1 1</Time_Zone> (GMT-10:00) Hawaii -10 1 0 <Time_Zone>-10 1 0</Time_Zone> (GMT-11:00) Midway Island, Samoa -11 1 0 <Time_Zone>-11 1 0</Time_Zone> Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...
  • Page 212: Where To Go From Here

    Where to Go From Here Cisco provides a wide range of resources to help you and your customer obtain the full benefits of the ATA. Product Resources Support Cisco Small Business Support www.myciscocommunity.com/community/ Community smallbizsupport/voiceandconferencing Online Technical Support and www.cisco.com/support...
  • Page 213 Where to Go From Here Cisco Small Business Cisco Partner Central for Small www.cisco.com/web/partners/sell/smb Business (Partner Login Required) Cisco Small Business Home www.cisco.com/smb Provisioning Guide for Cisco SPA100 and SPA200 Series Analog Telephone Adapters...

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