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[FAQ] What is the difference between SIP and UCS / UC Software configuration parameters and values?

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[FAQ] What is the difference between SIP and UCS / UC Software configuration parameters and values?

Important Differences between SIP 3.2.5 or previous to UCS 3.3.x or 4.0.0:

NOTE:

 

Prior to UC Software the Phone always needed to load a sip.cfg and a phone1.cfg matching the SIP Release that was currently installed on the Phone via the 000000000000.cfg or <mac>.cfg.

 

Example:


Parameters like the Corporate Directory for example need to be activated in addition to a Productivity Suite license depending on the Phone Model and/or Software Version.

 

The activation in UCS 3.3.0 or newer works via:

 

< feature feature.corporateDirectory.enabled="1/>

 

The activation in SIP 3.2.x or previous works via:

 

<feature feature.19.name="corporate-directory" feature.19.enabled="1"/>

 


Above is a common mistake to be made when configuring phones.


Another Example is KEY Programming


UCS 3.3.x and later:

 

<button><key key.SPIP335.34.function.prim="Null"/></button>

 

 

SIP 3.2.5 or earlier:

 

<button><key key.IP_330.34.function.prim="Null"/></button>

 




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