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Line Keys

Line keys are features assigned to the physical line buttons on the phone. Specified by <line> in SEPMAC.cnf.xml. Note: Some phone models do not support certain line keys and those features may instead be available as Soft Keys.

Redial link

Redials the last called number. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>1</featureID> <featureLabel>Redial</featureLabel> </line>

Speed Dial link

Dials the number specified by the <speedDialNumber>. To have the phone pause for 2 seconds before dialing the remaining digits use a , (comma), multiple pauses can be specified.

<line button="2"> <featureID>2</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <speedDialNumber>NUMBER</speedDialNumber> </line>

Abbreviated Speed Dial link

The phone will dial x-cisco-serviceuri-abbrdial-XXX where XXX is specified in <speedDialIndex> which is a number between 1 and 99. These numbers will also appear in the phone's speed dial menu. 7800 and 8800 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>2</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <speedDialNumber>NUMBER</speedDialNumber> <speedDialIndex>INDEX</speedDialIndex> </line>

Hold link

Places the currently selected call on hold. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>3</featureID> <featureLabel>Hold</featureLabel> </line>

Transfer link

Transfers the currently selected call. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>4</featureID> <featureLabel>Transfer</featureLabel> </line>

Call Forward link

Sets or clears the currentl call forward target. The phone make a call to x-cisco-serviceuri-cfwdall-XXX where XXX is replaced by the forwarding target dialed by the user. The phone will make a call to x-cisco-serviceuri-cfwdall when clearing the forwarding target. See Dialplan Extensions for an example. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>5</featureID> <featureLabel>Call Forward</featureLabel> </line>

Line link

Phone line, at least one of these must be defined. lineIndex is the number identifying the line starting from 1. Note: For secondary lines, do not include <authName> and <authPassword> as the phones only support one set of credentials. See SEPMAC.cnf.xml for more information.

<line button="1" lineIndex="1"> <featureID>9</featureID> <featureLabel>PEERNAME</featureLabel> <proxy>USECALLMANAGER</proxy> <port>5060</port> <name>PEERNAME</name> <displayName>NAME</displayName> <autoAnswer> <autoAnswerEnabled>0</autoAnswerEnabled> <autoAnswerMode /> </autoAnswer> <callWaiting>1</callWaiting> <authName>PEERNAME</authName> <authPassword>SECRET</authPassword> <sharedLine>false</sharedLine> <messageWaitingLampPolicy>3</messageWaitingLampPolicy> <messagesNumber>VOICEMAIL EXTENSION</messagesNumber> <ringSettingIdle>4</ringSettingIdle> <ringSettingActive>5</ringSettingActive> <forwardCallInfoDisplay> <callerName>true</callerName> <callerNumber>true</callerNumber> <redirectedNumber>false</redirectedNumber> <dialedNumber>true</dialedNumber> </forwardCallInfoDisplay> <maxNumCalls>5</maxNumCalls> <busyTrigger>4</busyTrigger> </line>

Settings link

Same as the settings button. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>18</featureID> <featureLabel>Settings</featureLabel> </line>

Service URI link

Load an XML service specified in <serviceURI>. Note: If an HTTPS URL is used the line key will behave as if <secureServiceURI> was used. See Phone Services for more information.

<line button="2"> <featureID>20</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <serviceURI>URL</serviceURI> </line>

Secure Service URI link

Load an HTTPS XML service specified in <secureServiceURI>. See Phone Services for more information.

<line button="2"> <featureID>20</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <secureServiceURI>URL</secureServiceURI> </line>

BLF Speed Dial link

Speed Dial that monitors the device and presence state of an extension, a corresponding hint must be created in extensions.conf as well as a subscribe entry in sip.conf.

Using a <featureOptionMask> of 1 will also display whether that extension is ringing and will perform a directed call pickup request when pressed by dialing x-cisco-serviceuri-blfpickup-XXX where XXX is replaced by the number specified in <speedDialNumber>. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>21</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <featureOptionMask>1</featureOptionMask> <speedDialNumber>NUMBER</speedDialNumber> </line>

BLF Directed Call Park link

Speed Dial that monitors the state of a parking extension, only displays idle and busy device states. <speedDialNumber> contains the number dialed and the optional <contact> contains the extension subscribed to. See above for additional subscription requirements.

When idle, the current call will be blind-transferred to x-cisco-serviceuri-dpark-XXX where XXX is replaced by the number in <speedDialNumber>. Otherwise if the parking extension is in-use a call will be made to the number in <speedDialNumber> optionally prefixed by <retrievalPrefix>. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>22</featureID> <featureLabel>LABEL</featureLabel> <speedDialNumber>NUMBER</speedDialNumber> <contact /> <retrievalPrefix /> </line>

Intercom link

Similar to a line except with most soft keys disabled and mute is automatically enabled for incoming calls. Intercom lines cannot be the primary line for a phone so a register entry in sip.conf must be used to assign them to the peer.

Use a <TEMPLATE> entry with a line and rewrite attribute in the phone's dial template to automatically dial the intercom extension.

<line button="2" lineIndex="2"> <featureID>23</featureID> <featureLabel>Intercom</featureLabel> <proxy>USECALLMANAGER</proxy> <port>5060</port> <name>PEERNAME</name> <displayName>NAME</displayName> <autoAnswer> <autoAnswerEnabled>3</autoAnswerEnabled> <autoAnswerMode>Auto Answer with Speakerphone</autoAnswerMode> </autoAnswer> <callWaiting>3</callWaiting> <maxNumCalls>1</maxNumCalls> <busyTrigger>1</busyTrigger> </line>

Malicious Call link

Report that the current call is suspicious or harrasing.

<line button="2"> <featureID>27</featureID> <featureLabel>Malicious Call</featureLabel> </line>

Conference link

Create an ad-hoc conference with the currently selected call. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>102</featureID> <featureLabel>Conference</featureLabel> </line>

Meet Me link

Create a meetme conference. The phone will make a call to extension x-cisco-serviceuri-meetme-XXX where XXX is replaced with the meetme number dialed by the user. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>123</featureID> <featureLabel>MeetMe</featureLabel> </line>

Park link

Park the currently selected call.

<line button="2"> <featureID>126</featureID> <featureLabel>Park</featureLabel> </line>

PickUp link

Pick-up an incoming call to one of the phones in you call group. The phone will make a call to extension x-cisco-serviceuri-pickup. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>127</featureID> <featureLabel>PickUp</featureLabel> </line>

Group PickUp link

Pick-up an incoming call in a specific call group. The phone will make a call to extension x-cisco-serviceuri-gickup-XXX where XXX is replaced with the group number dialed by the user. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>128</featureID> <featureLabel>Group PickUp</featureLabel> </line>

Do Not Disturb link

Set to remove Do Not Disturb status. Line key lamp will be red or orange (depending on phone model) when Do Not Disturb is set.

<line button="2"> <featureID>130</featureID> <featureLabel>Do Not Disturb</featureLabel> </line>

Remove Last Participant link

Remove last participant added to the selected ad-hoc conference. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>132</featureID> <featureLabel>Remove Last Participant</featureLabel> </line>

Report Quality link

Report a call-quality issue. RTP statistics about the call will be logged, <callStats> must be enabled. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>133</featureID> <featureLabel>Report Quality</featureLabel> </line>

Call Back link

Activate a call-back for the current outgoing call. Phone will notify you when the extension becomes available. You need to have a ring-tone named Callback.raw to get an audible notification. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>134</featureID> <featureLabel>Call Back</featureLabel> </line>

Other PickUp link

Pick-up an incoming call to on of the phones in your other pickup group. The phone will make a call to extension x-cisco-serviceuri-opickup.

<line button="2"> <featureID>135</featureID> <featureLabel>Other PickUp</featureLabel> </line>

New Call link

Make a new outgoing call. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>137</featureID> <featureLabel>New Call</featureLabel> </line>

Hunt Group link

Login or Logout from the Hunt Group. Line key lamp will be orange when logged-in.

<line button="2"> <featureID>139</featureID> <featureLabel>Hunt Group</featureLabel> </line>

All Calls link

Display all calls on the phone. 7800 and 8800 series, 8961, 9951 and 9971 models only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>140</featureID> <featureLabel>All Calls</featureLabel> </line>

Answer link

Answer the oldest incoming call. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>141</featureID> <featureLabel>Answer</featureLabel> </line>

Alerting Calls link

Only show the alerting (incoming) calls on your phone. 7800 and 8800 series, 8961, 9951 and 9971 models only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>142</featureID> <featureLabel>Alerting Calls</featureLabel> </line>

Record link

Record the currently selected call. Line key lamp will be red when recording. The separate inbound and outbound audio streams of the call duplicated on the phone and sent to the record extension. See Dialplan Extensions for an example.

<line button="2"> <featureID>159</featureID> <featureLabel>Record</featureLabel> </line>

Services link

Same as the services button. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>192</featureID> <featureLabel>Services</featureLabel> </line>

Messages link

Same as the messages button, needed for phone models like the 7931 that do not have a dedicated key for this feature. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>194</featureID> <featureLabel>Messages</featureLabel> </line>

Directories link

Same as the directories button, needed for phone models like the 7931 that do not have a dedicated key for this feature. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>195</featureID> <featureLabel>Directories</featureLabel> </line>

Application Menu link

Same as the applications button, needed for phone models like the 7931 that do not have a dedicated key for this feature. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>197</featureID> <featureLabel>Applications</featureLabel> </line>

Headset link

Same as the headset button, needed for phone models like the 7931 that do not have a dedicated key for this feature. 7900 series only.

<line button="2"> <featureID>198</featureID> <featureLabel>Headset</featureLabel> </line>