Headset and Speakerphone Parameters

You can use the parameters in the following table to enable and disable the headset or speakerphone and control other options for the headset and speakerphone.

Table 1. Configure the Headset and Speakerphone

Template

Parameter

Permitted Values

Change Causes Restart or Reboot

features.cfg

up.analogHeadsetOption

Electronic Hookswitch mode for the phone's analog headset jack.

0 (Default) - No EHS-compatible headset is attached.

1 - Jabra EHS-compatible headset is attached.

2 - Plantronics EHS-compatible headset is attached.

3 - Sennheiser EHS-compatible headset is attached.

No

features.cfg

up.audioMode

Specify whether you want to use the handset or headset for audio.

0 (Default)

1

No

features.cfg

up.handsfreeMode

1(default) - Enable handsfree mode.

0 - disable handsfree mode.

No

features.cfg

up.headset.phoneVolumeControl

Controls the phone's behavior when you adjust volume at the headset.

Auto (Default) - Phone automatically selects which of the above two behaviors to apply based on the type and model of headset that you attach.

Disable - Phone ignores volume up/down events from the headset; pressing the headset's volume controls has no effect on the phone.

Enable - Phone responds to volume up/down events from the headset, displays the volume widget in the phone's user interface and adjusts the phone's internal volume.

Yes

site.cfg

voice.volume.persist.handsfree

Specify if the speakerphone volume persists between calls.

1 (default) - The speakerphone volume at the end of a call persists between calls.

0 - The speakerphone volume does not persist between calls and is reset each new call.

No

site.cfg

voice.volume.persist.usbHeadset

0 (default) – The USB headset volume does not persist between calls and is reset each new call.

1 - The USB headset volume at the end of a call persists between calls.

No