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zx7r
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:29 pm    Post subject: Telnet to Innomedia or upload .cfg file

Hey all-

I am trying to change my user-agent value on my old SR innomedia device. Need some help.

I created a .cfg file with the following inside USER_AGENT="current agent" and I try to upload through the web interface and it errors out and wont upload. I can telnet into the device but it seems the commands arent working for me once connected.

Any thoughts on how I can get the correct user agent loaded. Perhaps I have the wrong syntax? I read the thread about having to name the config a certain way but that is for another device...not the innomedia.

Any help? Thanks

Oh, also wondering if there is a better digitmap string to use?
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zx7r
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2008 2:06 pm    Post subject:

Anyone have any thoughts on how I can upload a .cff of the user agent to the inomedia device? Anyone...thanks
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2008 7:41 pm    Post subject:

I have never been able to load a config file to the Innomedia through the web interface. Always had to telenet and change the settings manually.
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zx7r
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:12 am    Post subject:

ok, I am able to telnet and change some of the settings on the Innomedia device.

I am however have been unable to find the setting I need to change inside telnet. I believe it should be under the SIP setting.
Cs: Configuring SIP Settings

Cs: Configuring SIP Settings
So I Cs and then c to change user settings.

Select the item your want to change: ('Q' to quit)
1. SIP Proxy Server List
2. Outbound Proxy Enable/Disable
3. SIP Local Signaling Port
4. SIP Domain
5. SIP cmd Retry Exponential Backoff (starting vlaue/ms)
6. SIP cmd Retry Exponential Backoff (cap/ms)
7. SIP cmd (Non-INVITE) Max Retry
8. SIP cmd (INVITE) Max Retry
9. SIP REGISTER Expiration (sec)
10. SIP Session Timeout(sec)
11. Bullet Interval (sec)
12. Select CODECs
13. Digitmap Partial (inter-digit) Timeout
14. Digitmap Critical Timeout
15. Configure Call Features & Invoke Strings
16. SIP User-Agent Header
17. Set Jitter Buffer Adaptive/Static
18. SIP INFO for DTMF
19. Set Response Code for Retry Registration
20. Retry Registration Interval
21. SIP PING Interval (sec)
22. SIP PING Proxy Require Header String
23. SIP External IP address
24. SIP Header size limitation Option Enable/Disable
25. Digitmap Early Quit Enable/Disable
28. Digitmap Early Quit FW Number
29. G729A Variant for SDP offer

I imagine it is 16... I put in 16 and hit enter then it goes to a SIP_Settings> prompt. When trying to put the user agent info in it doesnt take. So then I tried 16 useragent=xxx and it takes but I am not suer if it sticks.

Anyone know the proper syntax or way to get the info in? Or maybe a way to see the whole running config so I can see if the new agent took?

Thanks
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