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31 October 2008
UNIStim Firmware Release 3.1 for IP Phones, includes:

  • 0604DCG for Phase II IP Phones (2001, 2002 и 2004),
  • 0621C6H for IP Phone 2007,
  • 0623C6J, 0624C6J, 0625C6J and 0627C6J for IP Phone 1110, 1120E,1140E and 1150E respectively
  • 062AC6J for IP Phone 1210, 1220, and 1230

27 February 2009
UNIStim Firmware Release 3.2 for IP Phones, including:

  • 0604DCJ for Phase II IP Phones (2001, 2002 & 2004),
  • 0621C6M for IP Phone 2007,
  • 0623C6N, 0624C6N, 0625C6N and 0627C6N for IP Phone 1110, 1120E,1140E and 1150E respectively
  • 062AC6N for IP Phone 1210, 1220, and 1230

30 June 2009
UNIStim Firmware Release 3.3 for IP Phones:

  • 0604DCL for Phase II IP Phones (2001, 2002 & 2004),
  • 0621C6P for IP Phone 2007,
  • 0623C6R, 0624C6R, 0625C6R and 0627C6R for IP Phone 1110, 1120E,1140E and 1150E respectively
  • 062AC6R for IP Phone 1210, 1220, and 1230

27 November 2009
UNIStim Software Release 4.0 for IP Phones, includes:

  • 0621C7A for IP Phone 2007,
  • 0623C7F, 0624C7F, 0625C7F and 0627C7F for IP Phone 1110, 1120E,1140E and 1150E respectively
  • 062AC7F for IP Phone 1210, 1220, and 1230

28 February 2010
UNIStim Software Release 4.1 IP Deskphone Software

  • 0621C7D / 2007 IP Deskphone
  • 0623C7J / 1110 IP Deskphone
  • 0624C7J / 1120E IP Deskphone
  • 0625C7J / 1140E IP Deskphone
  • 0627C7J / 1150E IP Deskphone
  • 0626C7J / 1165E IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7J / 1210 IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7J / 1220 IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7J / 1230 IP Deskphone

29 Июня 2010
UNIStim Software Release 4.2 IP Deskphone Software

  • 0621C7G / 2007 IP Deskphone
  • 0623C7M / 1110 IP Deskphone
  • 0624C7M / 1120E IP Deskphone
  • 0625C7M / 1140E IP Deskphone
  • 0627C7M / 1150E IP Deskphone
  • 0626C7M / 1165E IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7M / 1210 IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7M / 1220 IP Deskphone
  • 062AC7M / 1230 IP Deskphone

Protocol description

Query Audio Manager
(16 xx 00 xx…)
Note:
Ensure that the handshake commands
1A 04 01 08
1A 07 07 01 23 45 67
are sent to i2004 before sending the commands in column 2. (Requests
attributes of the Audio manager)
16 05 00 01 00
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored e.g. send
16 04 00 01
16 06 00 01 00 03
(Requests options setting of the Audio manager)
16 05 00 02 03
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored.
(Requests Alerting selection)
16 05 00 04 0F
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored.
(Requests adjustable Rx volume information command)
16 05 00 08 00
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored.
(Requests the i2004 to send the APB's Default Rx Volume command. The
APB Number or stream based tone is provided in the last byte of the
command below)
16 05 00 10 00 (none)
16 05 00 10 01 (Audio parameter bank 1, NBHS)
16 05 00 10 02 (Audio parameter bank 2, NBHDS)
16 05 00 10 03 (Audio parameter bank 3, NBHF)
16 05 00 10 04 (Audio parameter bank 4, WBHS)
16 05 00 10 05 (Audio parameter bank 5, WBHDS)
16 05 00 10 06 (Audio parameter bank 6, WBHF)
16 05 00 10 07 (Audio parameter bank 7,)
16 05 00 10 08 (Audio parameter bank 8,)
16 05 00 10 09 (Audio parameter bank 9,)
16 05 00 10 0A (Audio parameter bank 0xA,)
16 05 00 10 0B (Audio parameter bank 0xB,)
16 05 00 10 0C (Audio parameter bank 0xC,)
16 05 00 10 0D (Audio parameter bank 0xD,)
16 05 00 10 0E (Audio parameter bank 0xE,)
16 05 00 10 0F (Audio parameter bank 0xF,)
16 05 00 10 10 (Alerting tone)
16 05 00 10 11 (Special tones)
16 05 00 10 12 (Paging tones)
16 05 00 10 13 (Not Defined)
16 05 00 10 1x (Not Defined)
(Set the volume range in configuration message for each of the APBs
and for alerting, paging and special tones (see below) and then send
the following commands)
(Requests handset status, when NBHS is 1) connected 2) disconnected)
16 05 00 40 09
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored
(Requests headset status, when HDS is
disconnected)
16 05 00 80 0A
(Requests headset status, when HDS is connected)
16 05 00 80 0A
Note: Last byte can contain any value. The message length should be 5.
If the length is wrong it is ignored
(Requests handset and headset status when NBHS
and HDS are disconnected)
16 05 00 C0 05
(Requests handset and headset status when NBHS
and HDS are connected)
16 05 00 C0 05
(Send an invalid message)
16 03 00
(Send an invalid message. Is this an invalid msg??)
16 06 00 22 22 22
Query Supervisory headset status
(16 03 01)
16 03 01

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