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No, you didn't get it. the tone that is used when the phone rings, where does it come from. I understand that you have to create your own tone. Where does the sound file comes from or should I say where must the sound file be placed in order for SnomOne to use it? Is it something you create using software like Wave Pad Editor then upload, or is it built into the phones or into SnomOne?

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The ringing tone on the phone depends on the "alert-info" header that is in the INVITE message from PBX to the phone. This alert-info header is controlled by the ringtones.xml file on the PBX. So, if you modify the ringtones.xml file.

 

Check out - http://forum.snomone.com/index.php?/topic/4434-use-a-ringtone-on-the-snom-370/page__p__19229__hl__ringtones.xml__fromsearch__1#entry19229 for some example.

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The ringing tone on the phone depends on the "alert-info" header that is in the INVITE message from PBX to the phone. This alert-info header is controlled by the ringtones.xml file on the PBX. So, if you modify the ringtones.xml file.

 

Check out - http://forum.snomone.com/index.php?/topic/4434-use-a-ringtone-on-the-snom-370/page__p__19229__hl__ringtones.xml__fromsearch__1#entry19229 for some example.

 

I'm having trouble reading the file from the local Snom One box.

 

Lets say I use this file as example

 

<tone name="internal" type="internal">

<vendor ua="Snom.*" type="alert-info">Internal</vendor>

<vendor type="alert-info"><http://www.allstatetelecom.com/ringtones/ring5.wav></vendor>

</tone>

 

The phone fetch and plays the file OK.

 

Now I want to store the file locally on Snom One (actually another file, but it dosen't matter, we une this one just to test). If I save the a/m file on the Snom One /html directory, what would be the url?

 

http://127.0.0.1/ring5.wav - not working

http://127.0.0.1/snom/ring5.wav - not working

http://[Actual IP]/ring5.wav - not working

http://[Actual IP]/snom/ring5.wav - not working

 

How would I tell the phone to fetch the file from the /html directory?

 

Brgds

Thomas

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I'm having trouble reading the file from the local Snom One box.

 

Lets say I use this file as example

 

<tone name="internal" type="internal">

<vendor ua="Snom.*" type="alert-info">Internal</vendor>

<vendor type="alert-info"><http://www.allstatetelecom.com/ringtones/ring5.wav></vendor>

</tone>

 

The phone fetch and plays the file OK.

 

Now I want to store the file locally on Snom One (actually another file, but it dosen't matter, we une this one just to test). If I save the a/m file on the Snom One /html directory, what would be the url?

 

http://127.0.0.1/ring5.wav - not working

http://127.0.0.1/snom/ring5.wav - not working

http://[Actual IP]/ring5.wav - not working

http://[Actual IP]/snom/ring5.wav - not working

 

How would I tell the phone to fetch the file from the /html directory?

 

Brgds

Thomas

 

 

It turned out I have to make a subdirectory in html/ to make it work.

 

/Thomas

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