See below for a user-agent example.

This is seen in:

  1. SIP messages
  2. HTTP(s) messages
N870Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX
N870EGigaset N870E IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX
N670Gigaset N670 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX

From software 2.26 we have added capacity information to the HTTP(s) user agent only.

Platforms that do auto-provisioning can use this information to block the administrator to add more handsets than supported by the system.


N870Single Cell / Small
User-Agent: Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=50

User-Agent: Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=250

Embedded Integrator0 DM

User-Agent: Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=0

1 DMUser-Agent: Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=250

2 DMUser-Agent: Gigaset N870 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=500

N870 ESame as N870 (Above) but with "E"User-Agent: Gigaset N870E IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=250
N670Single Cell
User-Agent: Gigaset N670 IP PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=20
N870Virtual Integrator0 DMUser-Agent: Gigaset N870 VI PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=0

1 DMUser-Agent: Gigaset N870 VI PRO/83.V2.43.0+build.5f0a106;7C2F80XXXXXX;Handset=250

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