08-05-2012 08:55 AM
I have a client with a PBXInAFlash server and about 50 IP331 phones running 3.3.x firmware.
I would like to change the hardware Line2 button to toggle their Day/Night control, and if possible, use the lamp to indicate which mode that is in effect.
I have seen mutliple articles about setting that key for messages, but nothing about day/night.
The key would have to dial *281, and (from what I have read), if the key is set up as type BLF, it will show either red or green depending on mode.
Is this possible to set via the key.IP_330.10.function.prim setting?
Also, for the messaging example, it was suggested to make this change to the sip.cfg file. Wouldn't that then affect ALL IP331 phones? Can that setting be placed in a SIP<mac>.cfg file and only affect the phones that I want it to?
Thanks for any and all help that you can give.
08-05-2012 09:25 AM
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I would suggest you check our FAQ as it answeres all questions you have asked. Running UCS 3.3.x or newer would usually not require a sip.cfg or a phone1.cfg
Above is all described in the FAQ.
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