Starting from version 1.12 of the module and using Polycom resource version 3.0 or higher, it is now possible to control the ringtones from a call flow using the Set Ringtone action.
2 lines 4 line x 20 character LCD Very good audio quality Expanded Flash memory Dual port 10/100 Ethernet switch Compatible with NAT* and VPN** Flexible powering options Multiple codec support G.711u, G.711A & G.729AB Standards based Individual volume settings for each audio path with visual feedback Customizable audio sound effects Hands-free Headset mode Built-in monitor speaker Support for G.711 m/A and G.729A (Annex B) codecs Adaptive jitter buffers and Packet Loss Concealment to improve speech quality Voice Activity Detection and Comfort noise fill 3 Party Conferencing Telephony Tone Signaling (RFC2833) Record and Playback for diagnostic purposes Dual 10/100 Mbit/s switched Ethernet ports Manual or dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) setup Time and date synchronization using SNTP Server provisioned XML-based configuration files Web provisioning using built-in HTTP server Support for IEEE802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 TOS Network Address Translation (NAT) support RTCP support (RFC1889) Event logging User-selectable hardware diagnostics (Network/CPU/Memory monitor) b.
Although the 5.0.0 release added the ability to leverage the Device Update service it was not yet possible to actually leverage the feature until a new update was published.
Now that the 5.0.1 maintenance release is available then this and all future releases can be handled natively by the Lync server.
Following values for ring tones are supported since version 3.0.0 of the module : The Polycom Phone Support module 5.0.0 (or higher) and Polycom VVX300/310/400/410/500/600 resource version 5.1.0 (or higher) provides a convenient graphical way to allow a user to change his intentional status.
To activate this feature, the administrator should change the following settings in the resource: Additionally, the user can also use this interface to manage his call forwarding.