An issue has popped up whereby the 9951 SIP handsets connected to our UC520 have lost the Session keys (DND etc) at the bottom. I have no idea why?
I've looked back at old config an no reference to the DND etc.. for the SIP registered handsets exist (but the buttons were definately there). I've tried to creat a template but it seems to only control the Feature buttons (left of screen) and Softkeys (Right of screen) not the ones on the screen.
Any idea where these are referenced?
voice register global
source-address 10.44.2.1 port 5060
load 9951 sip9951.9-2-2
create profile sync 0002721493993383
voice register dn 1
call-forward b2bua unregistered 2825
label Andrey Deskphone
voice register dn 2
call-forward b2bua unregistered 2800
name Kitchen Bench
voice register dn 3
name Living Room
label Living Rm
voice register dn 4
name OlgaDesk Phone
label Desk Phone
voice register template 10
feature-button 1 DnD This provides a button on the left
softkeys idle DND Cfwdall Redial These don't actually provde any screen feedback.
softkeys connected Confrn Hold Trnsfer Park These don't actually provde any screen feedback.
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