Aastra 9133i Configuration

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Aastra 9133i Configuration

Config file parameters are similar to the 480i.

The 9133i has 3 dedicated line keys but supports up to nine lines. The Aastra 9133i phone can be configured using the phone's Options menu, web-client, or through configuration files downloaded via a TFTP server.

For basic configuration, the phone's Options menu or the web-client is recommended. However, the options available from these interfaces are a small subset of what can be set from the configuration files that are downloaded from the TFTP server.

Since the configuration from the phone's Options menu and the web-client are straightforward, I will describe how the 9133i phone can be configured using the configuration files.

If the TFTP server location is configured at the DHCP server, and the DHCP option on the phone is turned on (which is by default), the phone will try to get the TFTP server's location and will use this to download the configuration files. If the phone is not able to obtain the TFTP server location or the phone is using a static IP address, the TFTP server address can be configured through the phone's Option menu.

Aastra IP phones search for two configuration files on the TFTP server in order that they may configure themselves: aastra.cfg and <mac>.cfg. The aastra.cfg file configures the server-wide settings (or general settings suitable company wide), while the <mac>.cfg file configures only the individual phone with the MAC address for which the file is named (for example, "00085d0304f4.cfg"). Settings in the "aastra.cfg" file are overridden by settings which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file. The following are sample configuration files you may use to configure the 9133i phone.


#===================================================
#      File: Sample :"aastra.cfg" file

#  Notes: 
#    The general format used here is similar to configuration files 
#    used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number 
#    sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is 
#    contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be 
#    a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true. 

#  Comments: 
#    This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" 
#    file. The settings included here are examples only.You should 
#    change/comment the values to suit your requirements.

#     DHCP Setting
#     ============

dhcp: 1                            # DHCP enabled.

#  DHCP: 
#       0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
#       1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.

#    Notes: If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will 
#    have to be configured manually either through the configuration  
#    files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP  
#    Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP 
#    Server.

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Network Settings
#     ================

#    Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network 
#    settings

#subnet mask:                      
#default gateway:                  
#dns1:                             
#dns2:                             
#tftp server:                      

#     Additional Network Settings:
      ===========================

#sip registration time: 300        # Eg. every 300 seconds, a re-register   
                                   # request is sent to the SIP server.
#sip rtp port: 3000                # Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.

sip silence suppression: 2         # "0" = off, "1" = on, "2" = default


#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     SIP registrar and Proxy Server Settings
#     =======================================

#sip proxy ip:                    # IP of proxy server.
#sip proxy port: 5060             # 5060 is set by default.
#sip registrar ip:                # IP of registrar.
#sip registrar port: 5060         # 5060 is set by default.

# Time in seconds before which the phone automatically
# starts calling the dialed number
sip digit timeout: 6             

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Time Server Settings
#     ====================

#time server disabled: 1          # Time server disabled.
#time server1:                    # Enable time server and enter at
#time server2:                    # least one time server IP address.
#time server3:

#  Time Server Disabled:
#        0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#        1 = true, means the time server is disabled.

#    Notes: If the time server is enabled you will need to enter the 
#    IP address of at least one time server. If the time server is 
#    disabled, the time can be set manually in the phone's Options 
#    List under option "2. Time and Date". 

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Line Settings
#     =============

#    Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg file since these settings
#    are unique to each phone. See the sample "<mac>.cfg" file for 
#    for more information. 

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Programmable key Settings
#     =========================

# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone. 
# Setting programmable keys as done in the "<mac>.cfg" file are
# unique to each phone.

# Notes: There are a maximum of 7 keys that can be configured 
# on the 9133i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server 
# wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("[mac].cfg"). 
# Each key needs to be numbered from 1 - 7, for example 
# "prgkey7 type: speeddial". Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials.

# PRGKEY TYPE: "speeddial"
# PRGKEY NAME: Alpha numeric name for the programmable key.
# The maximum number of characters for this value is 10. 
# PRGKEY VALUE: Any DTMFs (from # 0 - 9, *, "
# ") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and 
# 'E' for On-hook can be set for the value. 

prgkey1 type: speeddial
prgkey1 label: "Ext Pickup"
prgkey1 value: *8

# Phone side dnd key
prgkey2 type: dnd
prgkey2 label: 
prgkey2 value: 

prgkey3 type: speeddial
prgkey3 label: "CallFwdOn"
prgkey3 value: *72

prgkey4 type: speeddial
prgkey4 label: "CallFwdOff"
prgkey4 value: *73

# Server side dnd
prgkey5 type: speeddial
prgkey5 label: "DND On"
prgkey5 value: *78

# Server side dnd
prgkey6 type: speeddial
prgkey6 label: "DND Off"
prgkey6 value: *79

prgkey7 type: speeddial
prgkey7 label: "CLIDBlock"
prgkey7 value: *67

#==================================================================



#==================================================================
#      File: Sample "<mac>.cfg" file

#  Comments: 
#    This file contains sample configurations for the "<mac>.cfg" 
#    file. Please rename this file with the MAC address (with the 
#    dashes removed) of the specific 9133i device that you want to 
#    configure, for example "00085d03059f.cfg".
#    NOTE:letters in above example <mac>.cfg filename need to be UPPERCASE 
#    using v1.2.1.1002 firmware.  Aastra examples show lowercase but I found they do not work
#    Using Asterisk@home as TFTP server  

#    Settings that have already appeared in "aastra.cfg" will be 
#    overridden by those in this file. 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Line Settings
#     =============

#     Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg file since these settings
#     are unique to each phone. 

#     Notes: Setting parameters for lines 1 - 3 configures the 3 
#     line/call appearance hard keys on the 9133i. Setting parameters
#     for lines 4 - 9 configures the phone for additional line/call
#     appearances that can be set up as softkeys. 

#     The maximum number of line/call appearances that can be 
#     configured on the 9133i is 8 or 9, depending on how the lines 
#     have been configured. 

#     If all line/call appearances have been set up for the same 
#     number, a total of 9 lines can be configured. If all line/call 
#     appearances have been set up between two different numbers, a 
#     total of 8 lines can be configured. This means that when all 
#     line/call appearances are in use, 1 is connected while the rest 
#     are held. No further outgoing or incoming calls can be made until 
#     one of the line/call appearances becomes available. 


#  Explanation of Settings with Line 1 as Example
#  ==============================================

#sip line1 auth name:     # SIP Registrar request authorization name.
#sip line1 password:      # SIP Registrar request passcode.
#sip line1 user name:     # This parameter value is used by the 9133i 
                          # in the From header field of the outgoing
                          # SIP packet. It may be replaced by your 
                          # registrar.
#sip line1 display name:  # Name used for SIP messages.
#sip line1 screen name:   # User's name seen on the idle screen of the
                          # user's phone.

#  Example Settings for Lines 2-9
#  ==============================

#sip line2 auth name: authname
#sip line2 password: password
#sip line2 user name: 5551231234
#sip line2 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line2 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line3 auth name: authname
#sip line3 password: password
#sip line3 user name: 5551231234
#sip line3 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line3 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line4 auth name: authname
#sip line4 password: password
#sip line4 user name: 5551231234
#sip line4 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line4 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line5 auth name: authname
#sip line5 password: password
#sip line5 user name: 5551231234
#sip line5 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line5 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line6 auth name: authname
#sip line6 password: password
#sip line6 user name: 5551231234
#sip line6 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line6 screen name: Joe Smith

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

# Programmable Key Settings
# ================ 

# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone. 
# Setting programmable keys as done in the "<mac>.cfg" file are
# unique to each phone.

# Notes: There are a maximum of 7 keys that can be configured 
# on the 9133i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server 
# wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("[mac].cfg"). 
# Each key needs to be numbered from 1 - 7, for example 
# "prgkey7 type: speeddial". Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials.

# PRGKEY TYPE: "speeddial"
# PRGKEY NAME: Alpha numeric name for the programmable key.
# The maximum number of characters for this value is 10. 
# PRGKEY VALUE: Any DTMFs (from # 0 - 9, *, "
# ") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and 
# 'E' for On-hook can be set for the value. 

prgkey1 type: line 
prgkey1 name: "Line 4"
prgkey1 value: 4 

prgkey2 type: line 
prgkey2 name: "Line 5" 
prgkey2 value: 5 

prgkey3 type: speeddial 
prgkey3 name: "VoiceMail" 
prgkey3 value: *89 

prgkey4 type: speeddial 
prgkey4 name: "James" 
prgkey4 value: 1025 

prgkey5 type: dnd 
prgkey5 name:  
prgkey5 value:

prgkey6 type: speeddial 
prgkey6 name: "Boss" 
prgkey6 value: 1234 

prgkey7 type: speeddial 
prgkey7 name: "CLIDBlock" 
prgkey7 value: *67 

#==================================================================




Aastra 9133i Configuration

Config file parameters are similar to the 480i.

The 9133i has 3 dedicated line keys but supports up to nine lines. The Aastra 9133i phone can be configured using the phone's Options menu, web-client, or through configuration files downloaded via a TFTP server.

For basic configuration, the phone's Options menu or the web-client is recommended. However, the options available from these interfaces are a small subset of what can be set from the configuration files that are downloaded from the TFTP server.

Since the configuration from the phone's Options menu and the web-client are straightforward, I will describe how the 9133i phone can be configured using the configuration files.

If the TFTP server location is configured at the DHCP server, and the DHCP option on the phone is turned on (which is by default), the phone will try to get the TFTP server's location and will use this to download the configuration files. If the phone is not able to obtain the TFTP server location or the phone is using a static IP address, the TFTP server address can be configured through the phone's Option menu.

Aastra IP phones search for two configuration files on the TFTP server in order that they may configure themselves: aastra.cfg and <mac>.cfg. The aastra.cfg file configures the server-wide settings (or general settings suitable company wide), while the <mac>.cfg file configures only the individual phone with the MAC address for which the file is named (for example, "00085d0304f4.cfg"). Settings in the "aastra.cfg" file are overridden by settings which also appear in the "<mac>.cfg" file. The following are sample configuration files you may use to configure the 9133i phone.


#===================================================
#      File: Sample :"aastra.cfg" file

#  Notes: 
#    The general format used here is similar to configuration files 
#    used by several UNIX-based programs. Any text following a number 
#    sign (#) is considered to be a comment, unless the number sign is 
#    contained within double-quotes ("#") where it is considered to be 
#    a pound. For Boolean fields, 0 = false, 1 = true. 

#  Comments: 
#    This file contains sample configurations for the "aastra.cfg" 
#    file. The settings included here are examples only.You should 
#    change/comment the values to suit your requirements.

#     DHCP Setting
#     ============

dhcp: 1                            # DHCP enabled.

#  DHCP: 
#       0 = false, means DHCP is disabled.
#       1 = true, means DHCP is enabled.

#    Notes: If DHCP is disabled, the following network settings will 
#    have to be configured manually either through the configuration  
#    files, the Options List in the phone, or the Web Client: IP  
#    Address (of the phone), Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS, and TFTP 
#    Server.

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Network Settings
#     ================

#    Notes: If DHCP is enabled, you do not need to set these network 
#    settings

#subnet mask:                      
#default gateway:                  
#dns1:                             
#dns2:                             
#tftp server:                      

#     Additional Network Settings:
      ===========================

#sip registration time: 300        # Eg. every 300 seconds, a re-register   
                                   # request is sent to the SIP server.
#sip rtp port: 3000                # Eg. RTP packets are sent to port 3000.

sip silence suppression: 2         # "0" = off, "1" = on, "2" = default


#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     SIP registrar and Proxy Server Settings
#     =======================================

#sip proxy ip:                    # IP of proxy server.
#sip proxy port: 5060             # 5060 is set by default.
#sip registrar ip:                # IP of registrar.
#sip registrar port: 5060         # 5060 is set by default.

# Time in seconds before which the phone automatically
# starts calling the dialed number
sip digit timeout: 6             

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Time Server Settings
#     ====================

#time server disabled: 1          # Time server disabled.
#time server1:                    # Enable time server and enter at
#time server2:                    # least one time server IP address.
#time server3:

#  Time Server Disabled:
#        0 = false, means the time server is not disabled.
#        1 = true, means the time server is disabled.

#    Notes: If the time server is enabled you will need to enter the 
#    IP address of at least one time server. If the time server is 
#    disabled, the time can be set manually in the phone's Options 
#    List under option "2. Time and Date". 

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Line Settings
#     =============

#    Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg file since these settings
#    are unique to each phone. See the sample "<mac>.cfg" file for 
#    for more information. 

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Programmable key Settings
#     =========================

# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone. 
# Setting programmable keys as done in the "<mac>.cfg" file are
# unique to each phone.

# Notes: There are a maximum of 7 keys that can be configured 
# on the 9133i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server 
# wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("[mac].cfg"). 
# Each key needs to be numbered from 1 - 7, for example 
# "prgkey7 type: speeddial". Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials.

# PRGKEY TYPE: "speeddial"
# PRGKEY NAME: Alpha numeric name for the programmable key.
# The maximum number of characters for this value is 10. 
# PRGKEY VALUE: Any DTMFs (from # 0 - 9, *, "
# ") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and 
# 'E' for On-hook can be set for the value. 

prgkey1 type: speeddial
prgkey1 label: "Ext Pickup"
prgkey1 value: *8

# Phone side dnd key
prgkey2 type: dnd
prgkey2 label: 
prgkey2 value: 

prgkey3 type: speeddial
prgkey3 label: "CallFwdOn"
prgkey3 value: *72

prgkey4 type: speeddial
prgkey4 label: "CallFwdOff"
prgkey4 value: *73

# Server side dnd
prgkey5 type: speeddial
prgkey5 label: "DND On"
prgkey5 value: *78

# Server side dnd
prgkey6 type: speeddial
prgkey6 label: "DND Off"
prgkey6 value: *79

prgkey7 type: speeddial
prgkey7 label: "CLIDBlock"
prgkey7 value: *67

#==================================================================



#==================================================================
#      File: Sample "<mac>.cfg" file

#  Comments: 
#    This file contains sample configurations for the "<mac>.cfg" 
#    file. Please rename this file with the MAC address (with the 
#    dashes removed) of the specific 9133i device that you want to 
#    configure, for example "00085d03059f.cfg".
#    NOTE:letters in above example <mac>.cfg filename need to be UPPERCASE 
#    using v1.2.1.1002 firmware.  Aastra examples show lowercase but I found they do not work
#    Using Asterisk@home as TFTP server  

#    Settings that have already appeared in "aastra.cfg" will be 
#    overridden by those in this file. 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------

#     Line Settings
#     =============

#     Lines should be set in the <mac>.cfg file since these settings
#     are unique to each phone. 

#     Notes: Setting parameters for lines 1 - 3 configures the 3 
#     line/call appearance hard keys on the 9133i. Setting parameters
#     for lines 4 - 9 configures the phone for additional line/call
#     appearances that can be set up as softkeys. 

#     The maximum number of line/call appearances that can be 
#     configured on the 9133i is 8 or 9, depending on how the lines 
#     have been configured. 

#     If all line/call appearances have been set up for the same 
#     number, a total of 9 lines can be configured. If all line/call 
#     appearances have been set up between two different numbers, a 
#     total of 8 lines can be configured. This means that when all 
#     line/call appearances are in use, 1 is connected while the rest 
#     are held. No further outgoing or incoming calls can be made until 
#     one of the line/call appearances becomes available. 


#  Explanation of Settings with Line 1 as Example
#  ==============================================

#sip line1 auth name:     # SIP Registrar request authorization name.
#sip line1 password:      # SIP Registrar request passcode.
#sip line1 user name:     # This parameter value is used by the 9133i 
                          # in the From header field of the outgoing
                          # SIP packet. It may be replaced by your 
                          # registrar.
#sip line1 display name:  # Name used for SIP messages.
#sip line1 screen name:   # User's name seen on the idle screen of the
                          # user's phone.

#  Example Settings for Lines 2-9
#  ==============================

#sip line2 auth name: authname
#sip line2 password: password
#sip line2 user name: 5551231234
#sip line2 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line2 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line3 auth name: authname
#sip line3 password: password
#sip line3 user name: 5551231234
#sip line3 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line3 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line4 auth name: authname
#sip line4 password: password
#sip line4 user name: 5551231234
#sip line4 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line4 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line5 auth name: authname
#sip line5 password: password
#sip line5 user name: 5551231234
#sip line5 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line5 screen name: Joe Smith

#sip line6 auth name: authname
#sip line6 password: password
#sip line6 user name: 5551231234
#sip line6 display name: Joe Smith
#sip line6 screen name: Joe Smith

#----------------------------------------------------------------------

# Programmable Key Settings
# ================ 

# Programmable keys can be set either server wide or unique to each phone. 
# Setting programmable keys as done in the "<mac>.cfg" file are
# unique to each phone.

# Notes: There are a maximum of 7 keys that can be configured 
# on the 9133i phone. These can be set up through either of the 2
# configuration files, depending on whether this is to be server 
# wide ("aastra.cfg") or phone specific ("[mac].cfg"). 
# Each key needs to be numbered from 1 - 7, for example 
# "prgkey7 type: speeddial". Programmable keys can be set up as speeddials.

# PRGKEY TYPE: "speeddial"
# PRGKEY NAME: Alpha numeric name for the programmable key.
# The maximum number of characters for this value is 10. 
# PRGKEY VALUE: Any DTMFs (from # 0 - 9, *, "
# ") or a comma (,) for 500ms pause and 
# 'E' for On-hook can be set for the value. 

prgkey1 type: line 
prgkey1 name: "Line 4"
prgkey1 value: 4 

prgkey2 type: line 
prgkey2 name: "Line 5" 
prgkey2 value: 5 

prgkey3 type: speeddial 
prgkey3 name: "VoiceMail" 
prgkey3 value: *89 

prgkey4 type: speeddial 
prgkey4 name: "James" 
prgkey4 value: 1025 

prgkey5 type: dnd 
prgkey5 name:  
prgkey5 value:

prgkey6 type: speeddial 
prgkey6 name: "Boss" 
prgkey6 value: 1234 

prgkey7 type: speeddial 
prgkey7 name: "CLIDBlock" 
prgkey7 value: *67 

#==================================================================




Created by: dbruce, Last modification: Thu 11 of May, 2006 (20:16 UTC) by Taed
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