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N510IP Parameter List (Updated 8 Dec.2014)

Parameter NamePossible ValuesWebUI availabilityDescription
Network - IP Configuration
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_USE_DHCP0: No 1: Yes (default)Yes

WebUI: Settings - IP configuration - IP address type

Enable/disable to obtain address from a DHCP server.

BS_IP_Data1.ulI_IP

IPv4 address in hexadecimal format.

Example: 192.168.2.2-> 0xC0A80202 192(C0)168(A8)2(02)2(02)

Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - IP address

Enter an IPv4 address of your basestation. This IP address allows your phone to be reached by other subscribers to your local network (e.g., PC). 192.168.2.2 is the default. The IP address must be from the address block reserved for private use on the router. This is generally in the range 192.168.0.1 - 192.168.255.254 with Subnet mask 255.255.255.0. The subnet mask determines that the first three parts of the IP address must be identical for all subscribers in your LAN. The static IP address must not belong to the address block (IP pool range) that is reserved for the router's DHCP server. It must also not be used by another device on the router. If necessary, check the settings on the router.

BS_IP_Data1.ulI_SUBNET_MASK

IPv4 address in hexadecimal format.

Example: 255.255.255.0-> 0xFFFFFF00 255(FF)255(FF)255(FF)0(00)

Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Subnet mask

For addresses from the address block from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.254, the subnet mask 255.255.255.0 is generally used. This is the default setting.

BS_IP_Data1.ulI_DEFAULT_ROUTER

IPv4 address in hexadecimal format.

Example: 192.168.2.1-> 0xC0A80201 192(C0)168(A8)2(02)1(01)

Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Default gateway

This is generally the local (private) IP address for your router (e.g., 192.168.2.1). Your phone requires this information to be able to access the Internet. 192.168.2.1 is the default setting. Required is hexadecimal format 0xC0A80201.

BS_IP_Data1.ulI_DNS_SERVER_1

IPv4 address in hexadecimal format.

Example: 192.168.2.253-> 0xC0A802FD 192(C0)168(A8)2(02)253(FD)

Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Preferred DNS server

The DNS server is required to convert the DNS name into the IP address when a connection is being established to a server.

BS_IP_Data1.ulI_DNS_SERVER_2

IPv4 address in hexadecimal format.

Example: 192.168.2.1-> 0xC0A802FE 192(C0)168(A8)2(02)254(FE)

Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Alternate DNS server

Alternate DNS server should be used in situations where the preferred DNS server cannot be reached.

BS_IP_Data3.aucS_STUN_SERVER_SHCstringNoWhen you set this to empty "" then no STUN requests will be send outside.
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_ACCEPT_FOREIGN_SUBNET0: No (default) 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Allow access from other networks

Select 'Yes' to authorise access from other networks. To disable remote access, select 'No' - access is then limited to PCs in your own local network.

BS_IP_Data3.aucS_NETWORK_DEVICENAMEstring max.20 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Device Name in the Network

Device Name in the Network field - maximum 20 characters (0-9,a-z,A-Z,-). The phone can be addressed with this name within the local network.

BS_IP_Data3.ucB_HTTP_PROXY_ENABLED0: No (default) 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Enable proxy

Select 'Yes' if your phone is to handle HTTP calls via your network's HTTP proxy server. If you select 'No', the phone will attempt to access the Internet directly.

BS_IP_Data3.aucS_HTTP_PROXY_URLstring max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Proxy server address

Enter the URL of the proxy server to which your phone is to send HTTP calls. The proxy server then creates the connection to the Internet.

BS_IP_Data3.uiI_HTTP_PROXY_PORTinteger: 1-55000Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Proxy server port

Enter the communication port used on the HTTP proxy server (number between 1 and 55000). It is mainly port 80 that is used.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_VLAN_ENABLED0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - Use VLAN Tagging

Enable/disable VLAN tagging.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_VLAN_IDinteger:0-4094Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - VLAN Priority

Enter the VLAN Identifier. Numbers ranging from 0 to 4094 (12-bit values) are permitted.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_VLAN_PRIORITYinteger:0-7Yes

WebUI:Settings - IP configuration - VLAN Identifier

Enter the VLAN Priority. Numbers ranging from 0 to 7 (3-bit values) are permitted.

Network - Security
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_AUTO_ACCEPT_CERTIFICATES0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Security - Accept trusted certificates only

If it's set to 1 then SSL certificates are automatically accepted

S_PROV_USERNAMEstring max.50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Security - HTTP digest username

Value will be stored in: BS_IP_Data.aucS_HTTP_DIGEST_USERNAME

S_PROV_PASSWORDstring max 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Security - HTTP digest password

Value will be stored in: BS_IP_Data.aucS_HTTP_DIGEST_PASSWORD

Telephony - Connections
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_ACCOUNT_IS_ACTIVE_N (N=1-6)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Active(checkmark)
BS_WebUi.bitfld.bHasPBXMenuHidden0: Visible 1: HiddenYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Automatic check for profile updates

Option to show / hide the parameter in the web-interface

BS_Accounts.astAccounts[N].aucAccountName (N=0-5)string max. 14 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Connection Name or Number

Enter a name for the IP account. The default is:

.astAccounts0->IP1

.astAccounts1->IP2

.astAccounts5->IP6

BS_WebUi.bitfld.bHasConfAssistantHidden0: Visible 1: HiddenYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Start Configuration Assistant

Option to show / hide the parameter in the web-interface

BS_IP_Data3.aucS_SIP_LOGIN_ID_N (N=2-6)string max. 32 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Authentication name

Specify the authentication name agreed with your VoIP provider. The authentication name acts as access ID when registering with the SIP proxy/registrar server.

Account1: BS_IP_Data3.aucS_SIP_LOGIN_ID

Account2: BS_IP_Data3.aucS_SIP_LOGIN_ID_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data3.aucS_SIP_LOGIN_ID_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_PASSWORD_N (N=2-6)string max. 32 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Authentication password

Enter the password that you have agreed with your VoIP provider. The phone needs the password when registering with the SIP proxy/registrar server.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_PASSWORD

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_PASSWORD_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_PASSWORD_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_USER_ID_N (N=2-6)string max. 32 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Username

Enter the caller ID for your VoIP provider account (maximum 32 characters). The ID is usually identical to the phone number for this VoIP account.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_USER_ID

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_USER_ID_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_USER_ID_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DISPLAYNAME_N (N=2-6)string max. 32 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Display name

Enter any name that should be shown on the other caller's display when you call them. All characters in the UTF8 character set (Unicode) are permitted.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DISPLAYNAME

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DISPLAYNAME_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DISPLAYNAME_6

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_LOOKUP_N (N=2-6)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - DNS SRV Lookup
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_LOOKUP..attr=0x0

Option to show/hide the above option in the web-interface
BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DOMAIN_N (N=2-6)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.,_ ]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Domain

Specify the last part of your SIP address (URI) here. Example: For the SIP address '987654321@provider.com', enter 'provider.com' under Domain.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DOMAIN

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DOMAIN_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_DOMAIN_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_SERVER_N (N=2-6)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.,_ ]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Proxy server address

The SIP proxy is your VoIP provider's gateway server. Enter the IP address or the (fully qualified) DNS name of your SIP proxy server. Example: myprovider.com.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_SERVER

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_SERVER_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_SERVER_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_SERVER_PORT_N (N=2-6)integer: 1-65535Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Proxy server port

Enter the number of the communication port that the SIP proxy uses to send and receive signalling data (SIP port).|Port 5060 is used bymost VoIP providers.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_SERVER_PORT

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_SERVER_PORT_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_SERVER_PORT_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_REGISTRAR_N (N=2-6)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.,_ ]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Registration server

Enter the (fully qualified) DNS name or the IP address of the registrar server. The registrar is needed when the phone is registered. It assigns the public IP address/port number that was used by the phone on registration to your SIP address|(Username@Domain).With most VoIP providers, the registrar server is identical to the SIP server. Example: reg.myprovider.com.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_REGISTRAR

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_REGISTRAR_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SIP_REGISTRAR_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_REGISTRAR_PORT_N (N=2-6)integer: 1-65535Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Registration server port

Enter the communication port used on the registrar. Port 5060 is used in most cases.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_REGISTRAR_PORT

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_REGISTRAR_PORT_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_REGISTRAR_PORT_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_REGISTRATION_TIMER_N (N=2-6)integer: 0-999 (seconds)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Registration refresh time

Enter the time intervals (in seconds) at which the phone should repeat the registration with the VoIP server (SIP proxy) (a request will be sent to establish a session). The registration is repeated so that the phone's entry in the SIP proxy tables is retained and the phone can therefore be reached. The registration will be repeated for all enabled VoIP connections.The default is 180 seconds.If you enter 0 seconds, the registration will not be repeated periodically.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_REGISTRATION_TIMER

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_REGISTRATION_TIMER_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_REGISTRATION_TIMER_6

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_STUN_N (N=2-6)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - STUN enabled

Select 'Yes' if you want your phone to use STUN. STUN can only be used if your router uses an asymmetric NAT and a non-blocking firewall.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_STUN

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_STUN_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SIP_USE_STUN_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_STUN_SERVER_N (N=2-6)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - STUN server address

Enter the (fully qualified) DNS name or the IP address of the STUN server on the Internet (maximum 74 characters, 0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.,_). The phone can determine its public address via the STUN. The phone needs this address in order to receive caller voice data.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_STUN_SERVER

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_STUN_SERVER_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_STUN_SERVER_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_STUN_SERVER_PORT_N (N=2-6)integer: 1-65535Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - STUN server port

Enter the number of the communication port on the STUN server. The default port is 3478.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_STUN_SERVER_PORT

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_STUN_SERVER_PORT_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_STUN_SERVER_PORT_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_STUN_TIMER_N (N=2-6)integer: 0-999 (seconds)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - STUN refresh time

Enter the time intervals at which the phone should repeat the registration with the STUN server. The registration must be repeated so that the entry of the phone in the STUN server tables is retained. The registration will be repeated for all enabled VoIP connections. The default is 240 seconds. |If you enter 0 seconds, the registration will not be repeated periodically.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_STUN_TIMER

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_STUN_TIMER_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RE_STUN_TIMER_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_NAT_REFRESH_TIME_N (N=2-6)integer: 0-999 (seconds)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - NAT refresh time

Specify the intervals at which you want the phone to update its entry in the NAT routing table. Specify an interval in seconds that is a little shorter than the NAT session timeout.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_NAT_REFRESH_TIME

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_NAT_REFRESH_TIME_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_NAT_REFRESH_TIME_6

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_MODE_N (N=2-6)integer: 0=always 1=automatic 2=neverYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Outbound proxy mode

Specify when the outbound proxy should be used. Always, all signalling and voice data sent by the phone is sent to the outbound proxy. Automatic, data sent by the phone is only sent to the outbound proxy when the phone is connected to a router with symmetric NAT or a blocking firewall. If the phone is behind an asymmetric NAT, the STUN server is used. Never, the outbound proxy is not used.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_MODE

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_MODE_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_MODE_6

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_OUTBOUND_PROXY_N (N=2-6)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.,_ ]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Outbound server address

Enter the (fully qualified) DNS name or the IP address of your provider's outbound proxy.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_OUTBOUND_PROXY

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_OUTBOUND_PROXY_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.aucS_OUTBOUND_PROXY_6

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_PORT_N (N=1-6)integer: 1-65535Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Outbound proxy port

Enter the number of the communication port used by the outbound proxy. The default port is 5060.

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_PORT

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_PORT_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.uiI_OUTBOUND_PROXY_PORT_6

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_PREFERRED_TRANSPORT_LAYER_N (N=2-6)


integer: 0=automatic 6=TCP only 17=UDP onlyYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Connections - Edit(button) - Show Advanced Settings(button) - Select Network Protocol

The SIP server normally communicates via UDP (User Datagram Protocol). UDP does not guarantee reliable transmission, i.e. the SIP server does not check whether messages have been successfully transferred. If you need reliable transmission, you can also use TCP (Transmission Control Protocol). Automatic - the protocol is defined automatically. UDP only - communication occurs exclusively via UDP. TCP only - communication occurs exclusively via TCP.

Usage:

Account1: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_PREFERRED_TRANSPORT_LAYER

Account2: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_PREFERRED_TRANSPORT_LAYER_2

Account6: BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_PREFERRED_TRANSPORT_LAYER_6

Telephony - Audio
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_ONLY_ONE_ACTIVE_VOIP_CALL0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Allow 1 VoIP call only

You can usually make two VoIP calls at the same time on your phone. If, however, your DSL connection only has a low bandwidth, there may be problems if multiple VoIP calls are made at the same time. The data is no longer transmitted properly (long voice delay, data losses etc.). Select 'Yes' after Allow 1 VoIP call only to prevent any further parallel VoIP phone connections being established.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_CODEC_PREFERENCES

integer:

0=Own Codec preference

1=Opimized for high bandwidth

2=Opimized for low bandwidth

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Voice Quality

Default settings for the codecs are stored in your phone: one setting optimised for low bandwidths and one for high bandwidths. Enable either 'Optimized for low bandwidth' or 'Optimized for high bandwidth' if you wish to apply a default setting for all VoIP connections. The settings are shown in the Settings for individual VoIP connections area and cannot be changed. Enable the 'Own Codec preference' option if you wish to select and set connection-specific voice codecs yourself.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_LOUDNESS_N (N=1-6)

integer:

0=Normal

1=High

255=Low

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Advanced Settings - Volume for this VoIP account

Specify whether the incoming volume range is too high or too low. The following options are available: Low, handsfree/earpiece volume is too high. Enable this option to reduce the volume by 6 dB. Normal, the handsfree/earpiece volume does not need to be raised/lowered. High, handsfree/earpiece volume is too low. Enable this option to increase the volume by 6 dB.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_AVAILABLE_VOCODER

Comma separated list of 5 elements:

0=PCMA G.711 u law

1=PCMA G.711 a law

2=G726

3=G729

5=G722

255=none

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Advanced Settings - Available codecs

In the Available codecs lists, you can define your own codec preference tailored to your DSL connection. Select the voice codecs your phone is to use, and specify the order in which the codecs are to be suggested when a VoIP connection is established. Examples: G.711ulaw: '0,255,255,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw: '0,1,255,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726: '0,1,2,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726,G.729: '0,1,2,3,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726,G.729,G.722: '0,1,2,3,5'

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_SIP_PREFERRED_VOCODER

Comma separated list of 5 elements:

0=PCMA G.711 u law

1=PCMA G.711 a law

2=G726 3=G729

5=G722

255=none

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Advanced Settings - Selected codecs

In the Selected codecs lists, you can define your own codec preference tailored to your DSL connection. Select the voice codecs your phone is to use, and specify the order in which the codecs are to be suggested when a VoIP connection is established. Examples: G.711ulaw: '0,255,255,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw: '0,1,255,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726: '0,1,2,255,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726,G.729: '0,1,2,3,255' G.711ulaw,G.711alaw,G.726,G.729,G.722: '0,1,2,3,5'

BS_SC_DspGain.bG729VadEnable0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Audio - Advanced Settings - Enable Annex B for codec G.729

In the Enable Annex B for codec G.729 field, state whether the transmission of data packets during pauses should be suppressed when using the G.729 codec.

Telephony - Number Assignment
BS_AE_Subscriber.stMtDat[N].aucTlnName (N=0-5)max.10 charactersYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Number Assignement - Handsets Name

You can change the internal name for a handset. The default name for each handset INT 1 to INT 6.

BS_Accounts.uiVariableSendAccMask
YesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Number Assignement - Select line for each outgoing call
BS_Accounts.astAccounts[N].uiReceiveMask (N=0-5)0x00 - 0x20Yes

> Connections:
- astAccounts[0] = IP1
- astAccounts[1] = IP2
- astAccounts[2] = IP3
- astAccounts[3] = IP4
- astAccounts[4] = IP5
- astAccounts[5] = IP6
- astAccounts[6] = Gigaset.net
- astAccounts[7] = PSTN

> Values:
- (0000 0000) “0x00” = no HS
- (0000 0001) “0x01” = HS1
- (0000 0010) “0x02” = HS2
- (0000 0100) “0x04” = HS3
- (0000 1000) “0x08” = HS4
- (0001 0000) “0x10” = HS5
- (0010 0000) “0x20” = HS6

BS_Accounts.astAccounts[N].uiSendMask (N=0-5)0x00 - 0x3fYes

> Connections:
- astAccounts[0] = IP1
- astAccounts[1] = IP2
- astAccounts[2] = IP3
- astAccounts[3] = IP4
- astAccounts[4] = IP5
- astAccounts[5] = IP6

> Values:
- (0000 0000) “0x00” = no HS
- (0000 0001) “0x01” = HS1
- (0000 0010) “0x02” = HS2
- (0000 0100) “0x04” = HS3
- (0000 1000) “0x08” = HS4
- (0001 0000) “0x10” = HS5
- (0010 0000) “0x20” = HS6
- (0011 1111) “0x3F" = all HS

“Logical OR” combinations of these values represents a group of handsets. 

BS_Accounts.astAccounts[N].ucState (N=0-5)0=No 1=YesNo

Value "1" will prevent of losing settings of BS_Accounts.astAccounts[*].uiReceiveMask, when new HS is registered.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_CALL_MANAGER_SUPPORT_N (N=1-6)0=No 1=Via handsfree 2=Via headsetYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Number Assignement - Call Manager - Enable Call Manager

Select 'No' to disable the Call Manager for the corresponding connection. Select either 'via headset' or 'via handsfree' to enable the Call Manager for the corresponding connection via a headset or via a handsfree set.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_CALL_MANAGER_ASSOCIATED_HANDSET_N (N=1-6)

integer:

0=INT 1

1=INT 2

2=INT 3

3=INT 4

4=INT 5

5=INT 6

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Number Assignement - Call Manager - Handset

Select the associated handset.

BS_WebUi.bitfld.bHasCallManagerHidden0: Visible 1: HiddenYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Number Assignment - Call manager

Option to show / hide the parameter in the web-interface

Telephony - Call Divert
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_VOIP_CALLFORWARDING_STATUS_N (N=1-6)0: No 1: YesNoYou can enable/disable call divert for particular connection. When set to 'Yes' then settings from 'When' and 'Number' are taken into account.
BS_IP_Data1.ucI_VOIP_CALLFORWARDING_WHEN_N (N=1-6)integer: 0=Always 1=When busy 2=On no reply 3=OffYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Call Divert - When

Select when an incoming call to the connection should be forwarded: 'When busy', calls are forwarded when the connection is busy. 'On no reply', calls are forwarded if no one accepts the call within several rings. 'Always', calls are forwarded immediately, i.e., no more calls to this connection are signalled on your base station. 'Off', disable call forwarding

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_VOIP_CALLFORWARDING_NUMBER_N (N=1-6)string max.20 chars [0-9,*,#,R,P]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Call Divert - Call Number

Enter the number to which the calls should be forwarded (maximum 20 characters, 0-9, *, #, R (flash), P (pause))

Telephony - Dialling Plans
BS_CUSTOM_Dialing.stDialingPlan.PlanRules[N].bit.bIsActive (N=0-29)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Active(checkmark)

Select the Yes/No to enable/disable the corresponding dialling plan. A disabled dialling plan will not take effect until it is re-enabled.

BS_CUSTOM_Dialing.stDialingPlan.PlanRules[N].aucNumber (N=0-29)string max.15 chars [0-9,*,#,R,P]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Phone Number

Enter a phone number for which the dialling plan is to be used (maximum 15 characters, 0-9,*,#,R,P). For each rule, the number must be distinct. If you enter just a few digits (e.g., local area, international or mobile network code), then the rule applies to all phone numbers that begin with these digits.

BS_CUSTOM_Dialing.stDialingPlan.PlanRules[N].bit.bPrependLocalAreaCode (N=0-29)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Use Area Code(checkmark)

Select the option in the Use Area Code column to precede the corresponding number with the local area code that you have specified under Local Settings.

BS_CUSTOM_Dialing.stDialingPlan.PlanRules[N].ucRule (N=0-29)integer: 0=IP1 1=IP2 2=IP3 3=IP4 4=IP5 5=IP6 255=BlockedYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Connection

Select the connection via which the number or numbers that start with the specified sequence of digits should be dialled. The list shows all the connections that you have configured for the phone. Select Block from the list if you want to block the number or numbers.

BS_CUSTOM_Dialing.stDialingPlan.PlanRules[N].aucComment (N=0-29)string max.20 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Comment

You can enter a description of the dialling plan here (maximum 20 characters).

BS_CUSTOM.aucAkzVoip
Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Code for VoIP line

If you connect your base station to a PABX, you may have to enter an access code for external calls (external prefixes e.g., 0). You can save this access code in the base station. These settings apply to all registered handsets.

BS_CUSTOM.ucAkzVoipModeinteger: 0=Do not use 1=Use for call list 2=Use alwaysYesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Dialling Plans - Code for VoIP line Select from the list when the phone numbers should be prefixed by the access code for VoIP calls. The options are: Use for call lists - The access code prefixes numbers dialled that are selected from a call list, the SMS list or an answering machine list. Use always - The access code prefixes all phone numbers being dialled. Do not use - The access code does not prefix any phone number being dialled.
Telephony - Network Mailboxes
BS_IP_Data1.aucS_VOIP_NET_AM_NUMBER_N (N=1-6)
Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Network Mailboxes - Call Number

VoIP connections: maximum 32 characters and/or digits (0-9,A-Z,a-z,*,#,R,P,-)

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_VOIP_NET_AM_ENABLED_N (N=1-6)
YesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Network Mailboxes - Active(checkmark) You can enable or disable individual network mailboxes
BS_IP_Data1.aucS_VOIP_NET_AM_NUMBER_N (N=1-6)string max.32 chars [0-9,A-Z,a-z,*,#,R,P,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Network Mailboxes - Call Number

VoIP connections: maximum 32 characters and/or digits (0-9,A-Z,a-z,*,#,R,P,-)

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_VOIP_NET_AM_ENABLED_N (N=1-6)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Telephony - Network Mailboxes - Active(checkmark) You can enable or disable individual network mailboxes
Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_DTMF_TX_MODE_AUTO0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Automatic negotiation of DTMF transmission

If you select Yes, for each call, the phone attempts to set the appropriate DTMF signalling type for the codec currently being negotiated. If you select No, you can specify the DTMF signalling type explicitly.

BS_IP_Data1.ucI_DTMF_TX_MODE_BITS

integer:

1=Audio

2=RFC 2833

3=Audio+RFC2833

4=SIP INFO

5=Audio+SIP INFO

6=RFC2833+SIP INFO

7=Audio+RFC2833+SIP INFO

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Send settings of DTMF transmission

Enable Audio or RFC 2833 if DTMF signals are to be transmitted acoustically (in voice packets). Enable SIP Info if DTMF signals are to be transmitted as code. Note: Automatic negotiation of DTMF transmission needs to be set to 'No'

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_USE_R_KEY_FOR_CALL_TRANSFER0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use the R key to initiate call transfer

with the SIP Refer method if you choose 'Yes', you can connect the two external callers with each other by pressing the R key. Your connections with the parties are terminated.

BS_CUSTOM_ORG.bit.bEct0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Transfer Call by On-Hook

If you select 'Yes', the external parties are connected when you replace the handset. Your connections with the parties are terminated.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_CTO_REFER_TO_AUTOMATIC0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Find target addr. automatically

If you select 'Yes', the base station will automatically attempt to determine the best protocol. If you select 'No', it will use the protocol defined in Derive target address.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_CTO_REFER_TO_PREFERRED_CONTACT

integer:

0=from the SIP URL

1=from the SIP contact header

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Derive target address

from the SIP URL:recommended when the base station is connected to the Internet via a router with NAT.

from the SIP contact header: recommended for 'closed' networks (internal company and business networks).

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_ATTENDED_CALL_TRANS_HOLD_TARGET0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Hold on transfer target(For attended transfer)

If you select 'For attended transfer', the first call on your phone's VoIP connection must be held until the consultation call is accepted. Only then can the two callers be connected with each other.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_UNATTENDED_CALL_TRANS_HOLD_TARGET0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Hold on transfer target (For unattended transfer)

If you select 'For unattended transfer', the caller must only be placed on hold until you have started the consultation call (dialled the number). You call transfer the call before the second participant registers.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_USE_RANDOM_PORT0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use random ports

Select the 'No' to Use random ports if you want the phone to use the ports specified in the SIP port and RTP port fields. Select the 'Yes' option if you want the phone to use any free ports from defined port number ranges instead of fixed ports for SIP port and RTP port.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_LOCAL_PORTinteger: 1024-49152Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use random ports

Enter the lowest port number in the port number range (numbers between 1024 and 49152). The default port number for SIP signalling is 5060.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_LOCAL_PORT_MAXinteger: 1024-49153Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use random ports

Enter the highest port number in the port number range (numbers between 1024 and 49152). The default port number for SIP is 5076.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RTP_LOCAL_PORTinteger: 1024-55000Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use random ports

Enter the lowest port number (numbers between 1024 and 55000). The default RTP port is 5004.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_RTP_LOCAL_PORT_MAXinteger: 1024-55000Yes

WebUI:Settings - Telephony - Advanced VoIP settings - Use random ports

Enter the highest port number (numbers between 1024 and 55000). The default RTP port is 5020.

Messaging - eMail
BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].aucDisplayName (N=0-5)string max.32 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - Display name

Enter a name for the e-mail account in order to identify it on the handset (maximum 32 characters).If you do not enter anything, the first 32 characters of the account name are displayed.

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].aucEmailUsername (N=0-5)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - Authentication Name

Enter your username or e-mail account name as agreed with the Internet provider (maximum 74 characters).

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].aucEmailPassword (N=0-5)string max.32 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - Authentication Password

Enter the password agreed with your provider for accessing the POP3/POP3S server (maximum 32 characters; case-sensitive).

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].aucEmailServer (N=0-5)string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - POP3 Server

Enter the name of the POP3/POP3S server (maximum 74 characters, 0-9,a-z,A-Z,'-','.').

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].uiPOP3Port (N=0-5)integer: 1-55000Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - POP3 Server port

Enter the communication port used on the POP3/POP3S server (number between 1 and 55000; maximum 5 digits). The default setting is port 110.

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].aucAssignedDevices (N=0-5)Comma separated list of 6 elements: 0=INT1 1=INT2 2=INT3 3=INT4 4=INT5 5=INT6 255=noneYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - eMail advice on handset

Select one or multiple handsets, on which the arrival of new e-mails is displayed. Example: INT1 :'0,255,255,255,255,255'; INT1+INT2:'0,1,255,255,255,255'.

BS_Email.astEmailAccounts[N].ucEmailConnectionType (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - Secure Connection (SSL) Indicate whether the phone should be authenticated with the POP3S server via a secure connection (POP3S via SSL/TLS). Select 'Yes' to enable the encryption. In order to successfully establish a connection to the POP3S server, a server and a client certificate must be saved on the base station.
BS_Email.uiEmailPollingTime

integer:

0=Never

15=Every 15min

30=Every 30min

60=Every 60min

180=Every 3h

360=Every 6h

1440=Once per day

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - eMail - Display name

Specifiying the time interval for the periodical check for new e-mails. Select the time interval from the 'Check for new eMail' list at which your phone should check if new messages have arrived via your POP3/POP3S server. Set '0' to disable the check. Select one of the other values to enable the check for new e-mail messages.

Messaging - MWI Light
BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedCalls (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - Missed calls

For each handset you can individually set on behalf of which type of new messages the LED should flash. The message types are: Missed calls, Missed alarms, eMail, Network Mailboxes.

BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedAlarms (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - Missed Alarms

For each handset you can individually set on behalf of which type of new messages the LED should flash. The message types are: Missed calls, Missed alarms, eMail, Network Mailboxes.

BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedSMS (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - Missed SMS
BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedEMail (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - eMail

For each handset you can individually set on behalf of which type of new messages the LED should flash. The message types are: Missed calls, Missed alarms, eMail, Network Mailboxes.

BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedAM=l (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - Answering machine
BS_AE_Subscriber.stMWI[N].bShowMissedNetAM (N=0-5)0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - MWI Light - Network Mailboxes

For each handset you can individually set on behalf of which type of new messages the LED should flash. The message types are: Missed calls, Missed alarms, eMail, Network Mailboxes.

Messaging - Message Notification
BS_Accounts.astAccounts[N].bitfld.SaveMissedCalls (N=0-5)0: No 1: Yes Yes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - Message Notification - Missed Calls Count

For each handset you can individually enable/disable counting of missed calls.


BS_WebUi.bitfld.bHasEmailMWIHidden0: Visible 1: HiddenYes

WebUI:Settings - Messaging - Message Notification - Email

Option to show / hide Email option in web-interface

Info Services
Directories - Online Directory
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucProviderNamestring max. 20Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

Enter the name of the provider.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucServerURLstring max. 74Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

Enter the IP address or the (fully qualified) DNS name of the server.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucUsernamestring max. 30Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

Enter the authentication name agreed with your provider. The authentication name acts as the access ID when registering with the provider of the online directory.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucPasswordstring max. 64Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

Enter the password that you have agreed with your provider. The phone needs the password when registering with the provider of the online directory.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucWhitePagesDirNamestring max. 20Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

You can differentiate between the telephone directory (white pages) and the business directory (yellow pages). Enter the name for the White Pages and/or Yellow Pages. This is the name under which the directory is displayed on the handsets.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucYellowPagesDirNamestring max. 20Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory - Settings for an additional Provider - Edit
 

You can differentiate between the telephone directory (white pages) and the business directory (yellow pages). Enter the name for the White Pages and/or Yellow Pages. This is the name under which the directory is displayed on the handsets.
BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucPrivatePagesDirNamestring max. 20Yes (hidden page)

Hidden page: http://IP_address/settings_services_eeprom_provider.html


BS_XML_Netdirs.aucActivatedNetdirsbyte array (defined for 30 directories)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory

Value=directory1,directory2, .. directory30. 

0: No; 1: Local; 2: Gigaset.net;
10: LDAP
20: XML Public; 21: XML Private;
40: Custom White Pages; 41: Custom Yellow Pages; 42: Custom Private;
70: kT Phonebook White Pages; 71: kT Phonebook Yellow Pages;
75: Telefoongids White Pages; 76: Telefoongids Yellow Pages;
80: Telefonkat. White Pages; 81: Telefonkat. Yellow Pages;
85: DGS Navne White Pages; 86: DGS Navne Yellow Pages;
100: [tel.search.ch] White pages; 101: [tel.search.ch] Yellow Pages.

BS_XML_Netdirs.aucNetdirSelForAutoLookupbyte array (defined for 6 accounts)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Online Directory

Value=account1,account2, .. account6.

0: No; 1: Local; 2: Gigaset.net;
10: LDAP
20: XML Public; 21: XML Private;
40: Custom White Pages; 41: Custom Yellow Pages; 42: Custom Private;
70: kT Phonebook White Pages; 71: kT Phonebook Yellow Pages;
75: Telefoongids White Pages; 76: Telefoongids Yellow Pages;
80: Telefonkat. White Pages; 81: Telefonkat. Yellow Pages;
85: DGS Navne White Pages; 86: DGS Navne Yellow Pages;
100: [tel.search.ch] White pages; 101: [tel.search.ch] Yellow Pages.

Directories - Corporate Directory
BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucDirNamestring max. 20 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

User defined name of LDAP directory. Text entered here will be visible in directory list after long press navi key down.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].NameFilterstring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

It is possible to search for entries, which fulfills some criteria like: people with names begin on given letter. Name filter is a place where user can define search criteria.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].NameAttributesstring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

LDAP Name attributes.
Use "Attributes" to define requested attributes which are provided by server.
Use "Filter" to define search criteria. 

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].NumberFilter

string max. 50 chars

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

Similar meaning to Name Filter. Number filter is used in autolookup feature, where base asks LDAP server about entry (or entries) which have telephone number exactly equal to given one.
LDAP attributes used here defines which type of telephone numbers we are searching for. Example:
(|(telephoneNumber=%)(mobile=%)(homePhone=%)), searched number: 11223344, number filter will be processed to: (|(telephoneNumber=11223344)(mobile=11223344)(homePhone=11223344))

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].NumberAttributesstring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

LDAP Number attributes.
Use "Attributes" to define requested attributes which are provided by server.
Use "Filter" to define search criteria. 

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucServerURLstring max. 253 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

Address of LDAP Server. Can be an IP number or domain name e.g. 10.25.62.35, ldap.example.com.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].uiServerPortinteger: 1-65535 (default: 389)Yes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

Port number on which LDAP server listens. Typically 389.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucBaseDNstring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

This field is used to store main phone book name. This is the address of the main entry in LDAP phone book form which all searches are made. E.g. cn=PhoneBook,dc=example,dc=com.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucUsernamestring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

Credentials used in authentication process. User name can be the same as LDAP Search Base.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].aucPasswordstring max. 64 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

Credentials used in authentication process.

BS_LDAP_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].DisplayNamestring max. 50 charsYes

WebUI:Settings - Directories - Corporate Directory

LDAP Display Format.

BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[0].ucAuthPossibilities 

Variable BS_XML_Netdirs.astNetdirProvider[%].ucAuthPossibilities=0
4) Meaning of auth possibilities parameter:

0 – is default for public providers – gets variables from ROM (hardcoded array of providers) or eeprom (for user-added provider)
1 – get credentials from eeprom variables: AEIP_ID_S_OTDP_AUTH_NAME and AEIP_ID_S_OTDP_AUTH_PASS
2 – get credentials from above variables, but when variables are empty, get credentials from ROM (hardcoded table).
3 – get credentials from 1st SIP account
4 – get credentials from assigned SIP account (as send account)

BS_XML_Netdirs.bNoLookupBuffering

New in BL 240: value = true = new behavior = no buffering in names request, send query everytime.
Management - Date & Time
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_TIME_USE_AUTOMATIC_NTP_SYN0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Management - Date&Time - Automatic adjustment of System Time with Time Server

In the Automatic adjustment of System Time with Time Server field, select 'Yes' to enable synchronisation between the phone and a time server.If you select 'No', the phone will not adopt time settings from a time server.

BS_IP_Data1.aucS_TIME_NTP_SERVER[0] BS_IP_Data1.aucS_TIME_NTP_SERVER[40]string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Settings - Management - Date&Time - Time Server

Enter the Internet address or DNS name of the time server from which the time and date settings should be copied (maximum 74 characters, 0-9,a-z,A-Z,-,.). The time server 'europe.pool.ntp.org' is set by default. You can overwrite this setting.

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_TIME_TIMEZONE

0x00=(GMT-12:00) International Date Line West
0x01=(GMT-11:00) Midway Island, Samoa
0x02=(GMT-10:00) Hawaii
0x03=(GMT-09:00) Alaska
0x04=(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US and Canada), Tijuana
0x05=(GMT-07:00) Arizona
0x06=(GMT-07:00) Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
0x07=(GMT-07:00) Mountain Time (US and Canada)
0x08=(GMT-06:00) Central America
0x09=(GMT-06:00) Central Time (US and Canada)
0x0a=(GMT-06:00) Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey
0x0b=(GMT-06:00) Saskatchewan
0x0c=(GMT-05:00) Bogota, Lima, Quito
0x0d=(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
0x0e=(GMT-05:00) Indiana (East); 0x0f=(GMT-04:00) Atlantic Time (Canada)
0x10=(GMT-04:00) Caracas, La Paz
0x11=(GMT-04:00) Santiago
0x12=(GMT-03:30) Newfoundland
0x13=(GMT-03:00) Brasilia
0x14=(GMT-03:00) Buenos Aires, Georgetown
0x15=(GMT-03:00) Greenland
0x16=(GMT-02:00) Mid-Atlantic
0x17=(GMT-01:00) Azores
0x18=(GMT-01:00) Cape Verde Is.
0x19=(GMT00:00) Casablanca, Monrovia
0x1a=(GMT00:00) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
0x1b=(GMT+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
0x1c=(GMT+01:00) Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague
0x1d=(GMT+01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
0x1e=(GMT+01:00) Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb
0x1f=(GMT+01:00) West Central Africa
0x20=(GMT+02:00) Athens, Beirut, Istanbul, Minsk
0x21=(GMT+02:00) Bucharest
0x22=(GMT+02:00) Cairo
0x23=(GMT+02:00) Harare, Pretoria
0x24=(GMT+02:00) Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius
0x25=(GMT+02:00) Jerusalem
0x26=(GMT+03:00) Baghdad
0x27=(GMT+03:00) Kuwait, Riyadh
0x28=(GMT+03:00) Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
0x29=(GMT+03:00) Nairobi
0x2a=(GMT+03:30) Tehran
0x2b=(GMT+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat
0x2c=(GMT+04:00) Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan
0x2d=(GMT+04:30) Kabul
0x2e=(GMT+05:00) Ekaterinburg
0x2f=(GMT+05:00) Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
0x30=(GMT+05:30) Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi
0x31=(GMT+05:45) Kathmandu
0x32=(GMT+06:00) Almaty, Novosibirsk
0x33=(GMT+06:00) Astana, Dhaka
0x34=(GMT+06:00) Sri Jayawardenepura
0x35=(GMT+06:30) Rangoon
0x36=(GMT+07:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
0x37=(GMT+07:00) Krasnoyarsk
0x38=(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
0x39=(GMT+08:00) Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
0x3a=(GMT+08:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
0x3b=(GMT+08:00) Perth
0x3c=(GMT+08:00) Taipei
0x3d=(GMT+09:00) Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
0x3e=(GMT+09:00) Seoul
0x3f=(GMT+09:00) Yakutsk
0x40=(GMT+09:30) Adelaide
0x41=(GMT+09:30) Darwin
0x42=(GMT+10:00) Brisbane
0x43=(GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
0x44=(GMT+10:00) Guam, Port Moresby
0x45=(GMT+10:00) Hobart
0x46=(GMT+10:00) Vladivostok
0x47=(GMT+11:00) Magadan, Solomon Is., New Caledonia
0x48=(GMT+12:00) Auckland, Wellington
0x49=(GMT+12:00) Fiji, Kamchatka, Marshall Is.
0x50=(GMT+13:00) Nuku'alofa;

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Management - Date amp;Time - Time Zone

A list of the valid time zones is displayed. Each time zone shows the deviation between local time (not summer time) and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Select the appropriate Time Zone for the location of the phone from the list.

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_TIME_USE_AUTOMATIC_DST0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Settings - Management - Date&Time - Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes

Select 'Yes' if you want the time to change automatically to summer time or standard time when summer time begins and ends respectively. Select 'No' if you do not want to change to summer time.

Management - Local Settings
BS_IP_Data1.ucI_DIALING_PLAN_COUNTRY_ID

integer:

0=Albania; 1=Argentina; 2=Australia; 3=Austria

4=Bahrain; 5=Belarus; 6=Belgium; 7=Bolivia

8=Bosnia and Herzegovina; 9=Brazil; 10=Bulgaria

11=Canada; 12=Chile; 13=China; 14=Colombia

15=Costa Rica; 16=Croatia; 17=Cyprus

18=Czech Republic; 19=Denmark; 20=Ecuador

21=Egypt; 22=Estonia; 23=Finland; 24=France

25=Germany; 26=Greece; 27=Hong Kong

28=Hungary; 29=Iceland; 30=India; 31=Indonesia

82=Iran; 32=Ireland; 33=Israel; 34=Italy; 35=Japan

36=Jordan; 37=Korea, Republic of; 38=Kuwait

39=Latvia; 40=Lebanon; 41=Liechtenstein

42=Lithuania; 43=Luxembourg; 44=Macedonia

45=Malaysia; 46=Mexico; 81=Montenegro

47=Morocco; 79=Namibia; 48=Netherlands

49=New Zealand; 50=Norway; 51=Pakistan

80=Palestine; 52=Panama; 53=Paraguay

54=Peru; 55=Philippines; 56=Poland; 57=Portugal

58=Puerto=Rico; 59=Romania; 60=Russia

61=Saudi Arabia; 62=Serbia; 63=Singapore

64=Slovakia; 65=Slovenia; 66=South Africa

67=Spain; 68=Sweden; 69=Switzerland

70=Taiwan; 71=Thailand; 72=Turkey

73=United Arab Emirates; 74=United Kingdom

75=United States of America; 76=Uruguay

77=Venezuela; 78=Other Country; 255=undefined

Yes

WebUI:Settings - Management - Local Settings - Country

Select the country in which you are using your phone from the list (e. g. Germany). If your country is not included in the country list, select Other Country at the end of the Country list.

BS_CUSTOM_ORG.aucInternationalPrefix

WebUI:Settings - Management - Local Settings - Area codes International - Prefix


BS_CUSTOM_ORG.aucCountryCode

WebUI:Settings - Management - Local Settings - Area codes International - Area code
BS_CUSTOM_ORG.aucNationalPrefix

WebUI:Settings - Management - Local Settings - Area codes Local - Prefix
BS_CUSTOM.aucLocalAreaCode

WebUI:Settings - Management - Local Settings - Area codes Area Local - Area code
BS_AE_SwConfig.ucCountryCodeTone

integer:

0=International

1=United States of America

2=Switzerland

3=South Africa

4=Austria

5=Czech Republic

6=Spain

7=France

8=United Kingdom

9=Netherlands

10=Poland

11=Russia

12=Germany

13=Italy

14 =Denmark

15 =Finland

16 =Norway

17 =Sweden

YesTones, e.g. dialling tones, call tones, busy tones or call waiting tones are country-and region-specific. You can choose from various tone groups for your phone. The Tone Selection is automatically assigned according to the country which you selected above. You can change this setting. Select the country or region from the Tone Selection list which should be used for your phone.
Management - Miscellaneous
BS_CUSTOM.aucKdsPincomma separated list: 0x00,0x00 (default)Yes

WebUI:Management - Miscellaneous - New PIN 

The default setting for the PIN is 0000 (0x00,0x00). Enter a new 4-digit system PIN for the base station - four digits from 0 to 9. Example: PIN='1234' please enter '0x12,0x34'

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SHOW_SECURITY_ADVICE0: No 1: YesNo

Disable PIN security advice in WebUI

BS_BROADCAST_INFO.stSetting.bEcoMode0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Management - Miscellaneous - Eco Mode

Eco Mode: Decreases the transmission power and range of base station

BS_CUSTOM_ORG.bit.bNEMoEnable0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Management - Miscellaneous - Eco Mode+

Eco Mode+: Switch off DECT radiation of base station and handset in idle mode

BS_IP_Data3.ucB_SHOW_ETH_TRAFFIC_VIA_LED0: No 1: YesYes

WebUI:Management - Miscellaneous - Signal Ethernet Connection and Traffic

If LED signalling is enabled on the base station, the paging key on the front panel of the base station lights up if it is connected to the router (LAN). It flashes if data is being transferred on the LAN connection

BS_IP_Data1.ucB_SHOW_VOIP_STATUS_ON_HANDSET0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Management - Miscellaneous - Show VoIP status on handset You can display VoIP status messages on your handset when there are VoIP connection problems. These messages give you information on the status of a connection and contain a provider-specific status code that helps the service team when they are analysing the problem.
Management - Firmware update
BS_IP_Data1.aucS_DATA_SERVERstring max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Management - Firmware Update - Data server

Address of data server providing the files needed for profile download, firmware download and provisioning.

S_CONFIGFILE_URLstring max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]Yes

WebUI:Management - Firmware Update - Configuration file (URL)

If this parameter is set device will omit Gigaset file structure and directly download configuration file specified in value.

Example:

<S_CONFIGFILE_URL class="string" value='"http://provisioningserver.com/device/42/2/xml/7C2F80A1B2C3.xml"'/>

value will be stored in: BS_IP_Data.aucS_CONFIGFILE_URL

BS_IP_Data.aucS_CONFIGFILE_URL..attr=0x0

Option to hide the above parameter in the web-interface
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_DO_CHECK_FOR_FIRMWARE_UPDATES0: No 1: YesYesWebUI:Management - Firmware Update - Automatic check for software updates

S_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV


or


BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV


See also wiki article.

string max.74 chars [0-9,a-z,A-Z,.,-]No

Firmware update using S_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV will be performed in the following situations:
1. After reboot
Remark: Firmware file will be downloaded if number of attempts of downloading this particular URL is less than a fixed value (currently 1, it can be changed if you want). Number of attempts is only checked in firmware update after reboot. Max allowed number of attempts cannot be changed via provisioning, it is hardcoded in the source code (it can be available for provisioning if you want). This condition is defined and implemented to avoid firmware update => reboot => firmware update loop if firmware file is corrupted. Number of attempts is set back to 0 when S_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV is changed. Number of attempts is incremented each time device tries to download firmware after reboot.
2. After timer
Remark: Timer (in minutes) is defined in BS_IP_Data1.uiI_CHECK_FOR_UPDATES_TIMER_INIT.
3. After check-sync
Remark: Device will try to do firmware update after downloading config file.
4. Manually from WebUI or from registered HS
Remark: S_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV has higher priority so if it is not empty then S_DATA_SERVER and S_USER_FIRMWARE_URL will be ignored.

Example:

<S_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV class="string" value='"http://profile.gigaset.net/42/merkur207_42.bin"'/>

or

<SYMB_ITEM ID="BS_IP_Data1.aucS_SPECIAL_DATA_SRV[0]" class="symb_item" value='"http://profile.gigaset.net/42/merkur207_42.bin"'/>





Advanced NVRAM settings
BS_IP_Data3.ucI_ONESHOT_PROVISIONING_MODE_10: No 1: YesNoProvisioning after reboot.
BS_IP_Data1.uiI_CHECK_FOR_UPDATES_TIMER_INITintegerNoIf it's set to 0, the version check will be started at night (between 2 o'clock and 6 o'clock). If the switch is unequal 0, the version check will be started depending by the set value e.g. 600 minutes means every 10 hours.
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_AUTO_UPDATE_PROFILE0: No 1: YesNoAutomatic profile update without notification "New profile available" at handset screen
BS_IP_Data1.ucI_DSCP_RTP_PRIOR_N (N=1-6)0xb8NoDSCP RTP priority per account
BS_IP_Data1.ucI_DSCP_SIP_PRIOR_N (N=1-6)0x88NoDSCP SIP priority per account
BS_IP_Data3.ucB_IP_DIALLING_DISABLE0: No 1: YesNoIf FALSE this parameter enable function called Direct SIP. The user is able to establish the connection calling IP address e.g. 192*168*2*100, this call does not use SIP method, therefore SIP accounts do not have to be created.
BS_IP_Data3.ucB_PEER_TO_PEER_ALLOWED0: No 1: YesNoIf this switch is set to 0 at two devices, VoIP accounts are configured at both devices, and the user make a call using IP e.g. 192*168*2*100, incoming SIP INVITE will be rejected. The device in this case accepts incoming INVITE message from configured SIP Proxy or Outbound Proxy servers only.
BS_WebUi.bitfld.bBaseRebootLocked..attr0x0200: locked
block Reboot from HS level
BS_WebUi.bitfld.bBaseFactoryResetLocked..attr0x0200: locked
block Factory Rest from HS level
BS_IP_Data1.ucB_USE_DHCP_66_IF_114_NOT_AVAILABLE0: No 1: YesNoWhen set to 1. then base station request option 114 like before and in addition request option 66. If server reply for 114 then everything is like before (option 66 will not been read), but if server does not support option 114 and reply for 66 option then base station read from 66 option.
BS_IP_Data3.ucB_SEND_ONLY_WITHOUT_RTP=0x00: No 1: Yes
Hold signalling not using "send-only" but "inactive". FAQ N510 - Change hold using "inactive" attribute
Syslog settings
BS_Syslog.aucServerIPAddressstring max.15 chars [0-9,.]Yes (hidden page)
BS_Syslog.bActivateSyslog0: No 1: YesYes (hidden page)
BS_Syslog.uiServerPortinteger: 1-65535Yes (hidden page)
BS_Syslog.ulFacilityMask

0x01 - 0xef


Yes (hidden page)
  • 0x01 (0000 0001): System events
  • 0x02 (0000 0010): Fault in DECT
  • 0x04 (0000 0100): Socket layer
  • 0x08 (0000 1000): SIP events
  • 0x20 (0010 0000): eMail events
  • 0x40 (0100 0000): RAP events
  • 0x80 (1000 0000): Lists events

multiple selection, e.g.:
  • 0x09 (0000 1001): SIP + System
  • 0xef (1110 1111): all events
BS_Syslog.ulSeverityMask0x7fYes (hidden page)
Broadsoft provisioning
I_PHONE_SYSTEM0=default setting;5=BroadsoftNo

Usage of non symbolic:

<I_PHONE_SYSTEM class="integer" value="5"/>

symbolic NVM where custom parameter will be stored: BS_IP_Data.ucI_PHONE_SYSTEM

S_CONFIGFILE_URLmax. 74 charactersNo

Available only when: I_PHONE_SYSTEM=5; symbolic NVM where custom parameter will be stored: BS_IP_Data.aucS_CONFIGFILE_URL

BS_IP_Data1.uiI_SIP_ProvTimeout5 = defaultNoIf you change this parameter to 0 then SIP multicast provisioning will be disabled.

Appendix 1: Conversion table for HS assignement

DECHEXBIN


HS6HS5HS4HS3HS2HS1
1100000001
2200000010
3300000011
4400000100
5500000101
6600000110
7700000111
8800001000
9900001001
10A00001010
11B00001011
12C00001100
13D00001101
14E00001110
15F00001111
161000010000
171100010001
181200010010
191300010011
201400010100
211500010101
221600010110
231700010111
241800011000
251900011001
261A00011010
271B00011011
281C00011100
291D00011101
301E00011110
311F00011111
322000100000
332100100001
342200100010
352300100011
362400100100
372500100101
382600100110
392700100111
402800101000
412900101001
422A00101010
432B00101011
442C00101100
452D00101101
462E00101110
472F00101111
483000110000
493100110001
503200110010
513300110011
523400110100
533500110101
543600110110
553700110111
563800111000
573900111001
583A00111010
593B00111011
603C00111100
613D00111101
623E00111110
633F00111111

 Appendix 2: Lock WebUI pages (..attr)

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