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I have the phones working. Converted these from a hosted solution and the customer wants them to behave as before.

 

First, the Cisco logo is on the screen: How do I remove it? Can I put something in it's place?

 

Second, they want to make calls by simply dialing 9+ number without pressing "spkr" or "NewCall" or "Dial"

 

Third, how do I program the buttons to become BLFs and to autodial features?

 

Help is greatly appreciated

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you will need to put the logo on a server and tell the SIP<mac> file where to grab the file from

i think the pressing 9 is a Skinny call control protocol setting, not SIP

this phone doesn't support BLF

to auto dial features, you might be able to do that by building a "Services" file

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you will need to put the logo on a server and tell the SIP<mac> file where to grab the file from

i think the pressing 9 is a Skinny call control protocol setting, not SIP

this phone doesn't support BLF

to auto dial features, you might be able to do that by building a "Services" file

 

 

 

What format should the logo be in and will the entry in the MAC file be IP address + path?

 

Also, please explain the "services" file and how to do the auto-dial. THANK YOU

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I have the phones working. Converted these from a hosted solution and the customer wants them to behave as before.

 

First, the Cisco logo is on the screen: How do I remove it? Can I put something in it's place?

 

Second, they want to make calls by simply dialing 9+ number without pressing "spkr" or "NewCall" or "Dial"

 

Third, how do I program the buttons to become BLFs and to autodial features?

 

Help is greatly appreciated

I found that if I put "http://x.x.x.x/filename.bmp" it would not actually load the bmp (no time to troubleshoot beyond this) but it did succeed in getting blank space on the phone instead of the cisco logo.....sigh

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I found that if I put "http://x.x.x.x/filename.bmp" it would not actually load the bmp (no time to troubleshoot beyond this) but it did succeed in getting blank space on the phone instead of the cisco logo.....sigh

 

I am assueming if you put http://x.x.x.x/filename.bmp on the browser, you would see the image on the browser.

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I am assueming if you put http://x.x.x.x/filename.bmp on the browser, you would see the image on the browser.

 

Folks, I have been working on this as well. I have the logo in the HTML folder and if I check the phone the logo link is correct. However I believe the problem lies with the username/password. If I try to http to the file I am using such as htt://pbx/logo.bmp which is located in my html folder it will fail. However if I open Internet Explorer, log into the PBX in one session and then try to browse to my logo it works. any thoughts?

 

Tom

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