The N870 is able to show XHTML pages. 

You can create your own Application like an PBX Manager that the user could use to control his PBX functionality. Like:

  • Voicemail
  • Call Lists
  • Phonebooks
  • DND
  • Login / Logoff
  • Call Forwarding
  • ...

In the N720 and N510 we called this feature RAP.

For more detailed information about the XHTML protocol, check this wiki page.


Open the N870 web-interface and go to: SETTINGS - Online services - XHTML

There are up to 4 XHTML services possible.

ParameterAuto-provisioning parameterDescription
ActivateRapService.< 3-6>.ActivatedEnabled or Disable the selected XHTML service
Name for menuRapService.< 3-6>.NameName visible in the handset menu when selecting this service
Softkey name
Not available in Web-interface, will come.
RapService.< 3-6>.SoftkeyNameName of the softkey, this is limited to 8 characters
Server addressRapService.< 3-6>.ServerURLThe URL of the XHTML service
Use SIP credentialsRapService.< 3-6>.UseSIPIn case of authentication is needed, you can use the SIP credentials or enter your own credentials.
UsernameRapService.< 3-6>.Username
PasswordRapService.< 3-6>.Password
Add SIP-IDDmGlobal.0.AddSipIdAdd the SIPID in the HTTP get request to identify the handset/account.

If "Use SIP credentials" is set to "No" then a username and/or password should be inserted as else system does not try to query server.


Here is an auto provisioning example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>


<provisioning version="1.1" productID="e2">


<param name="RapService.3.Activated" value="1"/>
<param name="RapService.3.Name" value="PBX Manager"/>
<param name="RapService.3.ServerURL" value=""/>
<param name="RapService.3.SoftkeyName" value="PBX"/>
<param name="RapService.3.UseSIP" value="1"/>
<param name="DmGlobal.0.AddSipId" value="1"/>




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