Network LocaleThe 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
.cop.sgn, it contains the locales for every supported region. The name of the directory to download the network locale
.xmlfile from in specified by <
name> inside <
networkLocaleInfo> in SEPMAC.cnf.xml.
1. Convert the
file_download stripsgn (1.9K) event 06/10/2017 security SHA256:674945eb5984b38433f532a8aadd42cd81af97bfad2c3b919c6af9ee2e6da19c.
~$ ./stripsgn po-locale-combined_network-k3-22.214.171.1240-1.cop.sgn
2. Extract the archive.
~$ tar zxf po-locale-combined_network-k3-126.96.36.1990-1.tar.gz
3. Extract the
.tarfile that the archive contained.
~$ tar xf po-locale-combined_network-k3-188.8.131.520-1.tar
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
.xmlfile is used.
|g3-tones.xml||6900, 7800, 7900, 8800 and 8900 series||g4-tones.xml||9900 series|