I’d recommend setting the System Name on the Device page for the C20. That will sync up with the endpoint’s local setting and avoid any interop issues with the Line value.
-Ryan On Dec 1, 2016, at 1:27 PM, Anthony Holloway <avholloway+cisco-v...@gmail.com> wrote: Hi All, I am wondering if anyone has solved a certain problem for endpoints which are registered to CUCM. You know how the system will show a name for the device at the top left of the TV screen? I'm not talking touch 8 or touch 10 here, but the actual TV or monitor display. I would like to show a combination of the name of the room and the phone number as well, but I'm not finding a very good solution to do this. I did notice that what shows up by default is from CUCM DN Display field, so I edited it. Instead of just this: <image.png> I used this: <image.png> And that works, but then I face two challenges: 1) Internal Caller ID is really long and redundant, containing the DN in itself Plus, the documentation says you shouldn't put a number in here, probably for the same reason I'm saying (not good practice): <image.png> 2) Or the whole thing is just too long and over the character limit, like this (note I cannot fit the rest of the number): <image.png> So, that's less than ideal, but atleast it's persistent through reboots of the codec. A non-persistent approach I did try, is changing the Codec's SIP DisplayName, which by default is populated with what's in CUCM's DN Display field: From the default: <image.png> To this: <image.png> And that works too, but then it's volatile and I have to keep changing them back all the time, and checking up on them, bleh. No thanks. I did look into the start up script option on a TC7.3 C20 codec, so the system can reconfigure its own DisplayName when booting, but that didn't work with the below simple script, despite working when manually clicking Run. I think it didn't work because of the order of operations: 1) boot codec, 2) run script and update display name, 3) register with CUCM, 4) re-update display name from CUCM <image.png> So anyway, I've done some searching, but not really knowing these systems too well or the terminology, I'm kind of stuck. I suppose I could write a script in Python and have it check the config and update, and set that to run every 10 minutes or whatever, but I don't know. Maybe. I'll leave it there and see what you all have seen or done. Thanks much. _______________________________________________ cisco-voip mailing list email@example.com https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/cisco-voip _______________________________________________ cisco-voip mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/cisco-voip