Network Locale

The Network locales allows the phone to play tones (ringing, busy etc.) native to the phone's country. To download locale packages you will first need to register for a login (free, at the time of writing) at open_in_browser www.cisco.com. Locale packages are selected from the Unified Communications Manager Endpoints Locale Installer link when downloading software.

The combined network locale package is named po-locale-combined_network-VERSION.cop.sgn, it contains the locales for every supported region. The name of the directory to download the network locale .xml file from in specified by the <name> element underneath the <networkLocaleInfo> element in SEPMAC.cnf.xml.

1. Convert the .cop.sgn to .tar.gz using the stripsgn script.

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~$ ./stripsgn po-locale-combined_network-k3-
2. Extract the archive.

~$ tar zxf po-locale-combined_network-k3-
3. Extract the .tar file that the archive contained.

~$ tar xf po-locale-combined_network-k3-
4. Change into the directory containing the network locale for your region.

~$ cd usr/locale/cm/tftp/new_zealand
5. Copy the locale files into a country specific directory in /var/lib/tftpboot. You can use any combination of letters, numbers and underscores for the country name.

~/usr/locale/cm/tftp/new_zealand$ sudo cp g3-tones.xml g4-tones.xml /var/lib/tftpboot/new_zealand
Depending on the phone series, a different tones .xml file is used.

g3-tones.xml 6900, 7800, 7900, 8800 and 8900 series g4-tones.xml 9900 series