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On Tue, Jul 3, 2007 at 1:24 PM, Olivier wrote:
> Any reply ?
> 2007/7/1, Olivier :
>> Thanks everybody for your input.
>> Let me summarize localization process :
>> 1. Buring boot, phones download from TFTP server an xml or older .cfg file
>> in which a localization parameter is set.
>> 2. When this parameter is read, phones will then ask CCM or Asterisk or
>> another server to send localized button templates using SIP messages.
>> 3. When SIP messages are received, phones will then localize buttons and
>> 4. Whenever an incoming or outgoing call is processed, phones will no
>> further ask any localization data from CCM or Asterisk or anything as
>> localization was fully done during initialization process.
>> A. Is this correct ?
>> Specifically, shall I understand that if present initialization process is
>> extended to include localization, there will be no need to change Asterisk
>> SIP channel to fully support localized Cisco phones ?
>> B. What are the SIP messages that trigger and reply to localization
>> demands ?
>> Is it possible to tailor dialplan so that these Cisco specific messages
>> are treated without modifying chan-sip ?
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