Device Settings

Device settings include default settings, profiles, templates, and common device configurations that can be assigned to the device or device pool. Some of the common elements in device settings are described over the next few pages. Figure 9-8 displays the options that are available from the Device Settings submenu.

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Use device defaults to set new Load ID (phone operating system binary image) default characteristics for the types of devices used with the CUCM. The device defaults apply to all auto-registered devices of that type within a CUCM cluster. A different Phone Load Name (Load ID) can be specified at the device configuration page after the device has registered. The following device defaults can be set for each device type to which they apply:

■ Device load: Lists the firmware load that is used with a particular type of hardware device

■ Device pool: Allows the administrator to choose the device pool that is associated with each type of device

■ Phone button template: Indicates the phone button template that is used by each type of device

To set device defaults from the CUCM Administration web page, go to Device > Device Settings > Device Defaults. Modify the settings that you want to modify and click Save. Figure 9-9 displays the options available from the Device Defaults Configuration page.

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Phone Button Template

Creating and using phone button templates provides a fast way to assign a common button configuration to a large number of Cisco Unified IP Phones.

CUCM includes several default phone button templates. When adding phones, one of these templates must be assigned to the phones.

All phones must have at least one line assigned. The remaining buttons can be used for additional lines, speed dials, privacy buttons, or service URLs. CUCM 6.0 also supports programmable line keys (PLK) on Cisco Type B phones. PLKs enable supplementary service phone features such as call hold, park, transfer, and conference to be applied to physical buttons on the phone.

Before adding any IP phones to the system, create phone button templates with all the required combinations of phone button templates for all IP phone models in use.

To create, modify, or delete a phone button template in CUCM, use the CUCM Administration web page and navigate to Device > Device Settings > Phone Button Template. Click Find and choose an existing phone button template to display a configuration screen similar to the one displayed in Figure 9-10.

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Softkey template configuration allows the administrator to manage softkeys on Cisco IP Phones. CUCM supports two types of softkey templates: standard and nonstandard. Applications that support softkeys can have one or more standard softkey templates that are associated with them; for example, CUCM has the Standard Feature and the Standard User softkey templates that are associated with it. Standard softkey templates cannot be modified or deleted. To create a new softkey template, copy one of the templates, edit it and save it with a new name, or create a new one from scratch.

Choose Device > Device Settings > Softkey Templates to access the Softkey Template Configuration window in CUCM Administration. Click Find and choose an existing softkey template. If the softkey template is a default, the softkey template positions cannot be modified. Click the Copy button and rename the softkey template. Click Save. The Configure Softkey Layout Related Link is selected in the upper-right portion of the screen by default. Click the Go button. Select a call state to modify the softkey templates for and move the softkeys from the Unselected Softkeys to the Selected Softkeys (and vice versa) of the screen by selecting the softkey and clicking the left and right arrow buttons. Softkey positions can be modified, too, by clicking the up and down arrows. Different softkeys are available on the phone depending on the call state (on-hook, off-hook, phone ringing, and so on). Figure 9-11 displays the configuration of a softkey template.

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SIP Profile

A SIP profile comprises the set of SIP attributes that are associated with SIP trunks or SIP endpoints. SIP profiles include information such as name, description, timing, retry, call pickup Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), and so on. The profiles contain some standard entries that cannot be deleted or changed.

NOTE A SIP URI consists of a call destination configured with a [email protected] format, such as [email protected] or [email protected]:5060.

A default SIP profile exists, called the Standard SIP Profile, which can be assigned to SIP phones on the SIP Phone Configuration page. The Standard SIP Profile cannot be deleted or modified. To create a new SIP profile, copy the default SIP profile, edit it, and save it with a new name or create a new one from scratch. SIP profiles can be accessed by navigating to Device > Device Settings > SIP Profile in CUCM Administration. The SIP Profile Configuration page is shown in Figure 9-12.

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Common Phone Profiles

Common phone profiles include phone configuration parameters such as the phone password (for supported Cisco IP Phones), Do Not Disturb (DND), and personalization settings, including end-user access to background images. After a common phone profile has been configured, use the Phone Configuration window to associate an SCCP or SIP phone with it.

Administrators can chose to use the default Standard Common Phone Profile that is created when CUCM is installed, if no specific settings are required.

Common phone profiles can be accessed by navigating to Device > Device Settings > Common Phone Profile in CUCM Administration. The Common Phone Profile Configuration page is displayed in Figure 9-13.

Figure 9-13 Common Phone Profile

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