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Spa 504G Distinctive Ringing h vs n

Is there a technical manual somewhere that goes in depth as to what things mean and the range of values are in your provisioning files?

For example in the distinctive ringing section you have all these options

<Ring1 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">h=Classic-1;w=3;c=1</Ring1>
<Ring2 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">h=external;w=3;c=2</Ring2>
<Ring3 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=international;w=3;c=3</Ring3>
<Ring4 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=national;w=3;c=4</Ring4>
<Ring5 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=local;w=2;c=1</Ring5>
<Ring6 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=queue;w=2;c=2</Ring6>
<Ring7 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=ivr;w=2;c=3</Ring7>
<Ring8 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=Simple-4;w=2;c=4</Ring8>
<Ring9 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=Simple-5;w=2;c=5</Ring9>
<Ring10 group="Phone/Ring_Tone">n=Office;w=4;c=1</Ring10>

What is h vs n with regards to the name of the ringtone

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Dan Lukes
VIP Alumni
VIP Alumni

n is first letter of name while h seems to be typo (I' don't know where you copied the example from, nor what person you mean by saying "your ... file").