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Old 12-18-2013, 06:38 AM
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Default Avaya 4620 and 4621 handsets SIP Extensions

Hi Guys,

I am currently trying to configure an Avaya 4620 SIP handset to work with an Asterisk server using SIP.

Can these handsets allow you to enter sip usernames with alphanumerical characters, for example jon-123 or do they only support numerical values for SIP extensions ?

Any help and confirmation of firmware release of support would be great if applicable.

Many thanks

Jon
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Old 12-18-2013, 11:47 PM
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Hi All,

Looking at the 46xxsettings.txt it appears its possible with SIP release 2.2.2;

##################### SIP settings #######################
##
## Configure up to 6 Usernames and Passwords to be used
## for SIP Authentications. Usernames are often identical
## to extension numbers.
## SIP_USERNAME1 and SIP_PASSWORD1 replace username and
## password entered by user (if these are set, the user
## will not be prompted for these on power cycle).
## This can be from 1-16 characters. Valid characters are
## A-Z, a-z, 0-9, space, and the following: *.-_!$%&'()+,:;/\=@~#
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## These parameters are typically defined in the phone
## specific configuration file.
## SET SIP_USERNAME1 4711
## SET SIP_PASSWORD1 1174
## SET SIP_USERNAME2 4712
## SET SIP_PASSWORD2 2174
## SET SIP_USERNAME3 4713
## SET SIP_PASSWORD3 3174
## SET SIP_USERNAME4 4714
## SET SIP_PASSWORD4 4174
## SET SIP_USERNAME5 4715
## SET SIP_PASSWORD5 5174
## SET SIP_USERNAME6 4716
## SET SIP_PASSWORD6 6174
##
## SIP Line Configuration - Extensions. Configure Extensions for up to 5 Lines.
## 1-16 alphanumeric characters, no spaces.
## Use NULL ("") to clear these.
## These parameters are typically defined in the phone specific configuration file.
## SET SIP_LINE1 4711
## SET SIP_LINE2 4711
## SET SIP_LINE3 4711
## SET SIP_LINE4 4712
## SET SIP_LINE5 4713
##
## SIP Line Configuration - Call IDs.
## The Call ID is displayed at the remote phone during a call.
## Note that this may be changed to different values by SIP Proxies.
## Up to 18 characters, "" (null) is allowed.
## These parameters are typically defined in the phone specific configuration file.
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID1 "4711 Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID2 "4711 Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID3 "4711 Miller"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID4 "4712 Smith"
## SET SIP_LINE_CALLID5 "4713 Johnson"
##

Jon

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