In Cisco Unified CME 4.3 and later versions, IP phone users can configure their own speed-dial and fast-dial settings directly from the phone. The speed-dial and fast-dial settings can be added or modified on the phone by using a menu available with the Services feature button. Extension Mobility users can add or modify speed-dial settings in their user profile after logging in. Fast-dial settings are not configurable from Extension Mobility phones, nor is the logout profile configurable from the phone.
Previously, the speed-dial and fast-dial configuration for a phone could only be done in Cisco Unified CME or by using the web-based GUI. This feature gives phone users the convenience of configuring their speed-dial and fast-dial settings from their phones directly.
The speed-dial and fast-dial user interface is enabled by default on all phones with displays. You can disable the capability for an individual phone in Cisco Unified CME to prevent a phone user from accessing the interface. If a phone's speed-dial or fast-dial setting is configured with an ephone-template, the configuration from the phone applies only to the specific phone and does not change the ephone-template configuration.
I think I'm missing something, here... The linked doc shows how to set up the option to have personal speed dials and local speed dials set up on the phones, and how to program both from the CLI, but it doesn't show how a user can set them from their phone. On my test phone, I can get into both, but they're empty (I haven't set anything for them in the CLI), and there's no option to add new ones from the phone.
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If you have 2 ISR routers, one acting as Failover, do we need to have both the same number of SRST licenses on the 2 routers?
No. You will only need the SRST licenses on the primary router. Because this feature...
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