Enhanced 911 (E.911) Parameters

Use the following parameters to configure E.911.

feature.E911.locationInfoSchema

HYBRID (default) - SIP invites use an XML schema as per the RFC4119 and RFC5139 standards.

RFC 4119 - SIP invites use an XML schema as per the RFC4119 standards.

RFC5139 - SIP invites use an XML schema as per the RFC5139 standards.

feature.E911.HELD.server

NULL (default)

Set the IP address or hostname of the Location Information Server (LIS) address. For example, host.domain.com or https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.

0 - 255

feature.E911.HELD.username

NULL (default)

Set the user name used to authenticate to the LIS.

feature.E911.HELD.password

NULL (default)

Set the password used to authenticate to the Location Information Server.

0-255

feature.E911.HELD.identity

Set the vendor-specific element to include in a location request message. For example, ‘companyID’.

NULL (default)

String 255 character max

feature.E911.HELD.identityValue

Set the value for the vendor-specific element to include in a location request message.

NULL (default)

String 255 character max

feature.E911.locationRetryTimer

Specify the retry timeout value in seconds for the location request sent to the Location Information Server (LIS).

The phone does not retry after receiving location information received through the LIS.

60 seconds (default)

60 - 86400 seconds

feature.E911.HELD.nai.enable

0 (default) – The NAI is omitted as a device identity in the location request sent to the LIS.

1 - The NAI is included as a device identity in the location request sent to the LIS.

locInfo.source

Specify the source of phone location information. This parameter is useful for locating a phone in environments that have multiple sources of location information.

LLDP (default for Generic Base Profile) – Use the network switch as the source of location information.

MS_E911_LIS (default for Lync Base Profile) – Use the Skype for Business Server as the source of location information.

CONFIG – You can manually configure the source of location information for Skype for Business.

LIS – Use the location information server as the source of location information. Generic Base Profile only.

DHCP – Use DHCP as the source of location information. Generic Base Profile only.

If location information is not available from a default or configured source, the fallback priority is as follows:

Generic Base Profile: No fallback supported for Generic Base Profile

Lync Base Profile: MS_E911_LIS > CONFIG > LLDP

locInfo.x.label

Enter a label for the location.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.country

Enter the country where the phone is located.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.A1

Enter the national subdivision where the phone is located. For example, a state or province.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.A3

Enter the city where the phone is located.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.PRD

Enter the leading direction of the street location.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.RD

Enter the name of road or street where the phone is located.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.STS

Enter the suffix of the name used inlocInfo.x.RD. For example, street or avenue.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.POD

Enter the trailing street direction. For example, southwest.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.HNO

Enter the street address number of the phone’s location.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.HNS

Enter a suffix for the street address used in locInfo.x.HNS. For example, A or ½.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.LOC

Enter any additional information that identifies the location.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.NAM

Enter a proper name to associate with the location.

Null (default)

locInfo.x.PC

Enter the ZIP or postal code of the phone’s location.

Null (default)

feature.E911.enabled

0 (default) – Disable the E.911 feature.

1 – Enable the E.911 feature.

The INVITE sent for emergency calls from the phone includes the geolocation header defined in RFC 6442 and PIDF presence element as specified in RFC3863 with a GEOPRIV location object specified in RFC4119 for in Open SIP environments.

This parameter is mutually exclusive of the Ribbon Communications E.911 feature and if this parameter and feature.genband.E911.enabled are enabled, this parameter takes precedence.

feature.E911.HELD.requestType

Any (default) - Send a request to the Location Information Server (LIS) to return either ‘Location by Reference’ or ‘Location by Value’. Note this is not the ‘Any’ value referred to in RFC 5985.

Civic – Send a request to the LIS to return a location by value in the form of a civic address for the device as defined in RFC 5985.

RefID – Send a request to the LIS to return a set of Location URIs for the device as defined in RFC 5985.

voIpProt.SIP.header.priority.enable

0 (default) – Do not include a priority header in the E.911 INVITE message.

1 - Include a priority header in the E.911 INVITE message.

voIpProt.SIP.header.geolocation-routing.enable

0 (default) – Do not include the geolocation-routing header in the E.911 INVITE message.

1 - Include the geolocation-routing header in the E.911 INVITE message.

feature.E911.HELD.secondary.server

Set the IP address or hostname of the secondary Location Information Server (LIS) address. For example, host.domain.com or https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.

NULL (default)

0-255

Dotted-decimal IP address

Hostname

Fully-qualified domain name (FQDN)

feature.E911.HELD.secondary.username

Set a user name to authenticate to the secondary Location information Server (LIS).

NULL (default)

String

0-255

feature.E911.HELD.secondary.password

Set a password to authenticate to the secondary LIS.

NULL (default)

String

feature.E911.usagerule.retransmission

0 (default) - The recipient of this location object is not permitted to share the enclosed location information, or the object as a whole, with other parties.

1 - Distributing this location is permitted.