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annc.audiodefaultrepeat

Default Value: forever
Valid Values: Speficy a positive integer number. Or "forever" for endless repeat times.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Specifies the default repeat times to be used for Netann announcement playback, not applicable to DTMF prompts.

annc.basepath

Default Value: $installationRoot$
Valid Values: Please specify a valid path.
Changes Take Effect: At start/restart


Path pointing to the root directory of prompt media.

annc.defaultaudioext

Default Value: .wav
Valid Values: Speficy a valid audio file extension.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Specifies the default file extension of audio files to be used for Netann announcement playback.

annc.fetchtimeout

Default Value: 25000
Valid Values: Must be an integer greater than or equal to 5000 and less than or equal to 25000.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately/session


Sets the fetch timeout (in ms) for a Play Announcement.

annc.h263videoformat

Default Value: QCIF=2
Valid Values: Speficy a comma-separated list of H.263 video formats.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


A comma-separated list of H.263 video formats that are used for selecting H.263 video files to play. Examples of H.263 video formats are SQCIF=1 to 6, QCIF=1 to 6, CIF=1 to 6, CIF4=1 to 6, and CIF16=1 to 6.

annc.h264videoformat

Default Value: 0a=2,0b=2,0c=2,0d=2,14=2,15=2,16=2,1e=2
Valid Values: Speficy a comma-separated list of H.264 video formats.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


A comma-separated list of H.264 video formats that are used for selecting H.264 video files to play. The video format is in the form of "byte_value=mpi" where byte value is the last byte of the profile-level-id, and mpi is the minimum picture interval. The last byte of the profile-level-id in the negotiated SDP is matched against the desired minimum picture interval specified in this configuration parameter. MCP shall select the prompt file with filename ending as profile-level-id=matched_minimum_picture_interval to play. If the last byte of profile-level-id of the negotiated SDP is not found in this configuration parameter list, no file will be played. For example, if this configuration parameter has value 0a=2, and if negotiated SDP for H.264 codec has specified profile-level-id as 42e00a, then MCP shall look for prompt file name ending with H264_42e00a=2.

annc.musicbasepath

Default Value: $installationRoot$
Valid Values: Please specify a valid path.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Path pointing to the root directory of music prompts.

conference.recordmode

Default Value: mixed
Valid Values: Choose between: mixed, multich, pcap or multich-pcap.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


When recording is enabled in a conference, this option specifies the recording mode. mixed - The recorded file format will be specified by request, with audio from all participants mixed into a single file. multich - A WAV file with multiple audio channels will be used, with audio from only first two participants recorded in 2 channels. pcap - The recorded file format is pcap. One file will be created for each participant. multich-pcap - The recorded file format is pcap. One file will be created for the conference. Only the first two participants will be recorded into the file.

record.appenduniqueid

Default Value: true
Valid Values: Choose between: true or false
Changes Take Effect: Immediately/session


When set to true, if a Netann Recording is requested, record destinations that do not have an extension specified will have a unique identifier included as part of recorded file name. When set to false, no unique identifier will be included in the final file name. PCAP recordings will still have _(recording number).pcap appended at the end of the file. If a directory is specified, a unique indentifier will always be used, independent of this configuration.

record.basepath

Default Value: $InstallationRoot$/record
Valid Values: Please specify a valid path.
Changes Take Effect: At start/restart


Path pointing to the root directory of the recorded file.

record.maxrecordsilence

Default Value: 0
Valid Values: Speficy a positive integer number.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Defines the maximum amount of silence in seconds allowed during a recording. If the value is set to 0, silence detection is not used.

record.maxrecordtime

Default Value: 0
Valid Values: Speficy a positive integer number.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Defines the maximum recording time in seconds. The default value 0 means that the recording time is unlimited

sipinfonotifydtmf

Default Value: Auto
Valid Values: Choose between: Auto, True or False
Changes Take Effect: At start/restart


Specify when recieving a DTMF, whether to always send, never send, or to depend on the Allow header of incoming INVITEs for prompt announcement services. Auto - Depends on Allow Header True - Always Send False - Never Send

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