Reference Material Using ShoreTel Director to View and Reset Handsets
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ShoreTel IP Phone 930D Planning and Installation Guide 61
Using ShoreTel Director to View and Reset Handsets
IP930D handsets appear in the IP Phone List in Director as individual IP phones with the model
number IP930D.
Caution must be exercised when remotely resetting an IP930D handset from the Diagnostics &
Monitoring / Status / IP Phones page; resetting a handset also resets the base that is hosting the
handset and therefore impacts all of the handsets used by that base. Calls in progress will be dropped.
It is recommended that you instead use ShoreTel IP930D Manager to reset handsets and bases; in
ShoreTel IP930D Manager, you can easily see if these components are in use before resetting them.
Navigate to the Current Status page in ShoreTel IP930D Manager and look at the “Number of Active
Handsets (on a call).”
Understanding Configuration Parameters
The table below describes configuration parameters and default values.
Parameter Value Type Value Sources Default
2833PayType 96-127, “dynamic” If a fixed value is chosen, that value should be used in
SDP offers for the 2833 payload type. If “dynamic” is
chosen, the current dynamically allocated payload type
logic should be used.
CFG 102
5004Enable Up to 1 ASCII
character
This enables or disables the special Shoretel use of port
5004 for RTP traffic.
0=Disable
1=Enable
CFG,
MGCP
1
8021xEnable Up to 1 ASCII
character
802.1x authentication is enabled is set to 1 and disabled
if set to 0.
MAN 1
802.1xPwd Up to 255 ASCII
Characters
String that is displayed when the handset prompts for
the 802.1x authentication password. Characters in this
string must be specified using UTF-8.
CFG “PWD:”
“Speaker= <-
#=OK”
802.1xSid Up to 255 ASCII
Characters
String that is displayed when the handset prompts for
the 802.1x authentication supplicant ID. Characters in
this string must be specified using UTF-8.
CFG “802.1x Startup
Error…..”
“-802.1x
Aborted…..”
“802.1x
Authenticating…”
“Seconds”
“-Failed-
Restarting”
AmPm Up to 32 ASCII
Characters
String used to localize the AM/PM text in the date.
Characters in this string must be specified using UTF-8.
CFG “am”
“pm”
AppName Up to 32 alphanumeric
characters
This is the name of the application image that is in the
base. The application file name can be at most 24
characters long. The combination of filename and path
can be up to 32 characters long. A new application
name is specified in a configuration file and is checked
against the NV value to decide if a new version needs to
be downloaded. The NV value is updated after a
successful download and flash programming sequence.
CFG Value from factory
in NV Storage
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