Difference between revisions of "OpenStage SIP"

The Wiki of Unify contains information on clients and devices, communications systems and unified communications. - Unify GmbH & Co. KG is a Trademark Licensee of Siemens AG.

Jump to: navigation, search
(Web Based Training)
m (Changed protection level for "OpenStage SIP" ([edit=autoconfirmed] (indefinite) [move=autoconfirmed] (indefinite)))
(No difference)

Revision as of 11:50, 1 February 2010

150px os20-p.jpg os40-p.jpg
OpenStage 15
OpenStage 20 E
OpenStage 20
OpenStage 20 G
OpenStage 40
OpenStage 40 G
os60-p.jpg os80-p.jpg
OpenStage 60
OpenStage 60 G
OpenStage 80
OpenStage 80 G

The OpenStage phone family consists of the SIP phones:

The G means that these phones have a 1000 Mbit Ethernet switch, phones with an E suffix have no full-duplex handsfree talking (open listening is available).

Phone range

Example of an administration settings screen on OpenStage 80 SIP

Common features

The OpenStage family have a wide common feature set (listed below) and additional features per model (specified for each phone model).

  • Standard based SIP support according to RFC 3261
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3af or external power supply (EU, US and UK power adapters)
  • Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) / Third party call control
  • Remote administration via Web-based management or HiPath Deployment Service
  • Supported Codecs:
  • Full-duplex hands-free talking (except OpenStage 20 E: open listening only)
  • 2 ports 10/100Base-T built-in Ethernet switch (except OpenStage 20/40/60/80 G: 1000 Mbit Ethernet switch)
  • Tiltable display (except OpenStage 15)
  • External applications integrated into phone user interface:
  • Keypad with 12 keys
  • Various housing colors and materials from model to model (ice blue, lava, silver blue metallic)

Hardware related differentiating factors


Display features OpenStage 15 OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40 OpenStage 60 OpenStage 80
Color Monochrome Monochrome Monochrome 16 bit depth 16 bit depth
Size 205x41 pixel 205x41 pixel 240x128 pixel 320x240 pixel (QVGA) 640x480 pixel (VGA)
Diagonal N/A N/A 5.1" 5.7" 6.4"
Lines 2 (24 characters) 2 (24 characters) 6 (Graphics) Graphics Graphics
Tiltable No tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif
Backlit No No tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif


Keys and LEDs features OpenStage 15 OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40 OpenStage 60 OpenStage 80
Fixed function keys (Pushbuttons) 3 (3 red LEDs)[1] 7 (5 red LEDs)[1] 8 (6 red LEDs)[1] 6 (5 blue LEDs)[1] 6 (5 blue LEDs)[1]
Freely programmable touch keys 8 (Keys with paper lables) (red LEDs)[2] 0 6 (red LEDs)[2] 8 (blue LEDs)[2] 9 (blue LEDs)[2]
Mode keys (touch keys) 0 0 0 6 (blue LEDs)[3] 6 (blue LEDs)[3]
Optical call alert No No Red LED Blue LED Blue LED
Volume adjustment via +/- keys via +/- keys via +/- keys via TouchSlider[4] via TouchSlider[4]
Navigation element 3 navigation keys 3 Ways navigator 5 Ways navigator TouchGuide TouchGuide
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 No LED for call Drop/Release or Redial.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Thereof one can be a Shift Key 2 levels.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Thereof 2 (Call Log and Message Waiting) with additional white LED to display status changes.
  4. 4.0 4.1 With blue/white LEDs.

Built-in applications

Application OpenStage 15 OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40 OpenStage 60 OpenStage 80
Call handling tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif (graphical) tick.gif (graphical) tick.gif (graphical)
Phonebook No No No Personal phonebook
Directory access (LDAP)
Personal phonebook
Directory access (LDAP)
Call log / history tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif
Mailbox tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif
Menu tick.gif (User/Admin) tick.gif (User/Admin) tick.gif (User/Admin) tick.gif (User/Admin/Applications) tick.gif (User/Admin/Applications)
Help No No No tick.gif tick.gif


Interfaces OpenStage 15 OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40 OpenStage 60 OpenStage 80
Bluetooth V2.0 No No No tick.gif tick.gif
Headset jack (121 TR9-5) No No tick.gif tick.gif tick.gif
USB Master No No No tick.gif tick.gif

Software/Firmware related differentiating factors

The telephony application provides a set of features and the connectivity to a set of SIP systems (proxies, application servers)

  • General overview on platforms / systems:
Platform Comment Details
OpenScape Voice IP-Softswitch V2.2 & V3.0 & V3.1 & V4.0
Asterisk IP-Softswitch Phone SW >= V1 R5, Asterisk >= V1.4

For detailed interoperability information please check Software version and Interoperability sections on this page.
Connectivity to several VoIP providers is supported.
For configuration hints see the How To article.

It could be possible that particular function on the phone are not available or working.
This may be due the reasons that the communications platform does not feature this function, e.g."Direct pickup" is only available behind OpenScape Voice V3.1.

Supported Languages (WBM and Phone)

The following is a supported Language list in alphabetical order by the language code used by ISO 639-1.

ISO 639-1 language code Language name Native name
Since SW Version V1R4.17
[cs] Czech česky; čeština
[da] Danish dansk
[de] German Deutsch
[en] English English
[es] Spanish Español; castellano
[fr] French Français; langue française
[hr] Croatian Hrvatski
[it] Italian Italiano
[hu] Hunguarian Magyar
[nl] Dutch Nederlands
[no] Norwegian Norsk
[pl] Polish polski
[pt] Portuguese Português
[sk] Slowak slovenčina
[fi] Finnish suomen kieli
[sv] Swedish svenska
[ru] Russian русский язык
[zh] Chinese 中文, 汉语, 漢語
Since SW Version V1R4.19
[tr] Turkish Türkçe
Since SW Version V1R5.11
ms Malay بهاس ملايو
Brazilian Portuguese
ca Catalan
et Estonian
American English
lv Latvian
lt Lithuanian
ro Romanian
sl Slovenian
sr Serbian
el Greek
bg Bulgarian (Cyrillic)
mk Macedonian (Cyrillic)
sr Serbian (Cyrillic)
ja Japanese

Supported Country Tones

The following is a supported Country tones list (since SW Version V1R4.15.0) in alphabetical order by the English short country names officially used by the ISO 3166/MA, which uses country names from United Nations sources.

Official country names used by the ISO 3166/MA Official country codes used by the ISO 3166/MA
Argentina AR
Australia AU
Austria AT
Belgium BE
Brazil BR
Canada CA
Chile CL
China CN
Croatia HR
Czech Republic CZ
Denmark DK
Finland FI
France FR
Germany DE
Hungary HU
India IN
Ireland IE
Italy IT
Japan JP
Luxembourg LU
Mexico MX
Netherlands NL
New Zealand NZ
Norway NO
Poland PL
Portugal PT
Russian Federation RU
Singapore SG
Slovakia SK
South Africa ZA
Spain ES
Sweden SE
Switzerland CH
Thailand TH
United Kingdom GB
United States US
Viet Nam VN


All OpenStage phones are shipped with a printed document (pdf.png  QRG OpenStage ML) providing brief instruction regarding installation and operation. For both user and administrators, a comprehensive and updated documentation is provided as PDF files.

symb-docu.gif More documentation in further languages for OpenStage telephones can be found on

International (English)  English

Deutschland  Deutsch

Web Based Training

Try out the Web Based Training for OpenStage 40 and OpenStage 60/80 telephones.

Firmware / Software

The SIP firmware provides encryption capabilities. Hence its distribution must follow legal requirements which do not allow unrestricted SW distribution via the Internet. The firmware is only provided by Siemens technicians or by official Siemens Partners. Customers with self-care contracts will have access to SW within the SEBA Web portal (login required).

The Application software of the OpenStage SIP phones can be transferred to the phone:

  • using FTP or HTTPS method.
  • using Deployment Service (HiPath DLS V1 R2.21.0 necessary).
  • using WBM phone interface (OpenStage SIP V1.0 need the Application software V1 R0.3.1).

Current software releases

The current application software of OpenStage 20/20E/20G, 40/40G, 60/60G, 80/80G SIP V1 is R5.13.0.

For OpenScape Voice V4.0 please use only the application software of OpenStage 15, 20/20E/20G, 40/40G, 60/60G, 80/80G SIP V2 R0.16.0.

Please have a look at OpenStage and Asterisk for additional information about software releases and features for Asterisk based solutions.

Version Release Release date Release note
V2 R0.16.0 16/07/2009 OpenStage SIP V2 R0.16.0

Version Release Release date Release note
V1 R5.13.0 OpenStage SIP V1 R5.13.0
V1 R5.11.0 20/07/2009 OpenStage SIP V1 R5.11.0
V1 R4.23.0 29/05/2009 OpenStage SIP V1 R4.23.0
V1 R4.21.0 06/03/2009 OpenStage SIP V1 R4.21.0
V1 R4.19.0 28/11/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R4.19.0
V1 R4.17.0 10/10/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R4.17.0
V1 R4.14.0 22/08/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R4.14.0
V1 R3.13.0 25/07/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R3.13.0
V1 R3.12.0 20/06/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R3.12.0
V1 R3.10.0 09/05/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R3.10.0
V1 R3.7.0 29/02/2008 OpenStage SIP V1 R3.7.0
V1 R3.6.40 12/02/2008
V1 R3.5.0 3/12/2007
V1 R3.3.7 31/10/2007
V1 R3.2.15 10/10/2007
V1 R2.8.9 26/10/2007
V1 R2.6.4 14/09/2007
V1 R2.5.10 20/08/2007
V1 R0.12.2 15/06/2007
V1 R0.11.0 08/05/2007

To get an overview of all release notes for the OpenStage SIP family see the history of all Release Notes.

Interoperability Matrix

For detailed interoperability information please check OpenStage SIP interoperability matrix.

OpenStage Manager

The OpenStage Manager is a comprehensive and powerful tool for your OpenStage 60 and OpenStage 80 telephone. The main function of the OpenStage Manager is to serve as an interface between your phone and PC, thus enabling convenient phonebook editing on your PC. OpenStage Manager allows you to synchronize contacts in Microsoft Outlook with the contacts in your telephone.

Mass deployment

See Mass Deployment.

Add-On devices, Adapters and Accessories

See OpenStage Accessories.

External links

See also

Show SIP related | Show HFA related | Show TDM related