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End User GUI

We've just rolled out a UC560 with several SPA514 and 7965 IP phones.  Our goal is to provide users with more access to their phone configuration.  Is it possible that we set up our end users with a GUI to configure their speed dial buttons and speed dial settings?  If it is possible, where might I find instructions or help to configure this for our end users?

Thank you for your help.

Blessings,

John J.

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Re: End User GUI

Hello John,

I would like to add to what Paolo already said that if you go to http:///ccme.html e.g. http://192.168.10.1/ccme.html.

The users can login with their username and password which are set in the CCA or in CLI under the ephone.

They can set speed dials and fast dials.

HTH,

Alex

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Re: End User GUI

Speed dials and BLFs can be set directly from phones. Service button -> CME. Reset phone after done settings.

otherwise you can look for user GUI either in CME documentation or seach IP telephony forum.

Cisco Employee

Re: End User GUI

Hello John,

I would like to add to what Paolo already said that if you go to http:///ccme.html e.g. http://192.168.10.1/ccme.html.

The users can login with their username and password which are set in the CCA or in CLI under the ephone.

They can set speed dials and fast dials.

HTH,

Alex

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Re: End User GUI

Alexander,

Thank you for the help.  Yes, I was able to log into the GUI for the user to configure the phone.  I think because the system was originally set up using CLI, there are very few options to modify.  The only changes that can be made are adding Speed-Dial and the Persoanl Fastdial--but the speed-dial settings are not applied to the phone (Or I don't know how to access them).

As for the Line Information, none of that can be modified, except the status option, i.e. Normal Ring, Watch, Silent, Monitor, ect.  Should the user have the ability to modify which lines they watch?

Thanks for all your help on this one.  I think we are a few more steps closer to the target goal.

Blessings,

John J.

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Re: End User GUI

I meant to attach a picture...to help with the explanation.

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