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talking too loud message?

CUCM System version: 11.5.1.15900-18

 

Phones 8811 firmware sip88xx.12-7-1-0001-393

 

Users in two different buildings are reporting their phones are beeping and flashing a message on the phone display telling them they are being too loud. Initially I thought they were talking about paging and that someone was playing jokes. But the message displays on the phone screen, the only sound is a beeping tone.

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Hall of Fame Cisco Employee

Re: talking too loud message?

New feature on the 12.7 FW, review the RN

HTH

java

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Beginner

Re: talking too loud message?

I found it. Is there a way to turn that off in Call Manager or does it have to be done from the phone?

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VIP Rising star

Re: talking too loud message?

Hello,

You can definitely disable it via the phone settings, but only Via the device menu and not centrally  via the CUCM.

George

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Re: talking too loud message?


@alwayslearning wrote:

Is there a way to turn that off in Call Manager or does it have to be done from the phone?


Check out CSCvt04894.
NOTE: This is a "feature request".

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Re: talking too loud message?

Hello,

This is "Lower your Voice" Notification and it was introduced on firmware 12.7. This is a feature that could be disabled.

George

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Re: talking too loud message?

is there a way to send curl or xml commands to disable this feature remotely? 

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Beginner

Re: talking too loud message?

3rd party apps like Variphy (probably others) can run macro's to replicate the button presses necessary to disable this feature at a device level.  You can run it against device types, devices pools...it can also be scheduled to run off hours.

This is what I just finished doing for about 2,500 phones.

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