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CGI Execute

The phone can be commanded to execute an internal URI handler or fetch an external URL by sending a POST request to the phone's web-server using the URL http://x.x.x.x/CGI/Execute with a parameter named XML. An archive containing sample command line utilties can be downloaded from the URL below.

file_download commands-1.1.tar.gz (13K) event 20/08/2020 security SHA256:28bb288abb1f25e06f26e768c14352518a005f634f7bdebc6e4f5f24c47e0a1e.

If an <authenticationURL> has been defined, requests need to include a Authorization header encoded using the basic method. The username and password will be passed on to the authentication URL for checking. See Phone Services for more information.

See the open_in_browser Cisco Unified IP Phone Services Application Development Notes a list of URIs the each phone model supports.

CiscoIPPhoneExecute

Root tag of an execute request, up to 3 <ExecuteItem> tags can be specified.

<CiscoIPPhoneExecute>

ExecuteItem

Specifies a URL to fetch or a URI to execute.

URL URL to fetch or execute. Must be ether one of the internal URIs (Dial, Key, SoftKey, Init, Play etc.), an http:// URL or an https:// URL.
Priority Priority of the request (optional)
0 Execute immediately (default) 1 Execute when idle 2 Execute only if idle

<ExecuteItem URL="URL" Priority="PRIORITY" /> </CiscoIPPhoneExecute>
An example script that can send up to three CGI execute requests to a phone is below. Available as the cgiexecute script from the commands archive above.

#!/usr/bin/python3 import sys import os.path import re import getopt import traceback import ipaddress from html import escape from lxml import etree import requests import requests.auth class ProgramError(Exception): pass cgi_errors = { 1: 'Error parsing CiscoIPPhone object', 2: 'Error framing CiscoIPPhone object', 3: 'Internal file error', 4: 'Authentication error' } def cgi_execute(ip_address, timeout, urls, username, password): content = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>' \ '<CiscoIPPhoneExecute>' for url, priority in urls: content += '<ExecuteItem URL="' + escape(url) + '" Priority="' + str(priority) + '" />' content += '</CiscoIPPhoneExecute>' if username != '': auth = requests.auth.HTTPBasicAuth(username, password) else: auth = None try: response = requests.post(f'http://{ip_address}/CGI/Execute', timeout = timeout, auth = auth, data = {'XML': content}) response.raise_for_status() except requests.RequestException as error: raise ProgramError(error) if response.headers['Content-Type'][0:8] != 'text/xml': raise ProgramError('Unexpected Content-Type ' + response.headers['Content-Type']) try: document = etree.fromstring(response.content) except etree.XMLSyntaxError as error: raise ProgramError(error) if document.tag == 'CiscoIPPhoneError': number = int(document.get('Number', 0)) raise ProgramError('Error: ' + cgi_errors.get(number, f'{number}')) for element in document.findall('ResponseItem'): url = element.get('URL') data = element.get('Data', '') print(f'{url}: {data}') def main(): short_options = 'i:t:u:p:h' long_options = ['ip=', 'timeout=', 'username=', 'password=', 'help'] try: options, arguments = getopt.gnu_getopt(sys.argv[1:], short_options, long_options) except getopt.GetoptError as error: raise ProgramError(error.msg[0].upper() + error.msg[1:]) ip_address = None timeout = 10 username = '' password = '' help = False for option, argument in options: if option in ('-i', '--ip'): try: ip_address = ipaddress.IPv4Address(argument) except ipaddress.AddressValueError: raise ProgramError(f'Invalid IP-address: {argument}') ip_address = ip_address.compressed if option in ('-t', '--timeout'): try: timeout = int(argument) except ValueError: raise ProgramError(f'Invalid timeout: {argument}') elif option in ('-u', '--username'): username = argument elif option in ('-p', '--password'): password = argument elif option in ('-h', '--help'): help = True if help: print('Usage: ' + os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]) + ' [OPTIONS] URL[@PRIORITY]...\n' 'Send CGI Execute URLs to a Cisco IP Phone\n' '\n' ' -i, --ip IP-ADDRESS IP-address of the phone\n' ' -t, --timeout TIMEOUT request timeout in seconds (default 10)\n' ' -u, --username USERNAME authentication username\n' ' -p, --password PASSWORD authentication password\n' '\n' 'Up to 3 URLs may be specified\n' 'URL is one of Dial:, EditDial:, Key:, SoftKey:, Init:, Play:, http: or https:\n' 'Optional PRIORITY is either 0 (immediately), 1 (when idle) or 2 (only if idle)\n') return if not len(arguments): raise ProgramError('No URLs specified') urls = [] for argument in arguments: if '@' in argument: url, priority = argument.rsplit('@', maxsplit = 1) try: priority = int(priority) if priority < 0 or priority > 2: raise ValueError except ValueError: raise ProgramError(f'Invalid priority: {priority}') else: url, priority = argument, 0 if not re.search('(?x) ^ (?: (?: Dial | EditDial ) : [0-9#*]+' ' | (?: Key | SoftKey ) : [a-zA-Z0-9]+' ' | Init : [a-zA-Z]+' ' | Play : [a-zA-Z0-9._\-]+' ' | Display : ( Off | On | Default ) (:? : [0-9]+ )?' ' | https? :// [^ ]+ ) $', url): raise ProgramError(f'Invalid URL: {url}') if len(urls) == 3: raise ProgramError('A maximum of 3 URLs can be specified') urls.append((url, priority)) if ip_address is None: raise ProgramError('No -i/--ip option specified') cgi_execute(ip_address, timeout, urls, username, password) if __name__ == '__main__': try: main() except ProgramError as error: print(str(error), file = sys.stderr) exit(1) except Exception: traceback.print_exc(file = sys.stderr) exit(1) exit(0)

setBackground

Sets the background on the phone, both URLs must be http://. Send to the phone using the same method as <CiscoIPPhoneExecute> with the XML parameter as follows. An example setbackground script can be found in the archive above.

See Background Images for more information.

<setBackground> <background> <icon>ICON URL</icon> <image>IMAGE URL</image> </background> </setBackground>

setRingTone

Sets the ring-tone on the phone, the URLs must be http://. Send to the phone using the same method as <CiscoIPPhoneExecute> with the XML parameter as follows. An example setringtone script can be found in the archive above.

See Ring Tones for more information.

<setRingTone> <ringTone>RINGTONE URL</ringTone> </setRingTone>