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Manages your Poly VVX powered by RESTAPIs based on (UCS>=6.1) directly or now via PDMS-SP!, with CLI Menu or simply use the available VVX class to develop your own applications.

Project description

vvxme

version: 1.1.0.post1

Manages your Poly VVX powered by RESTAPIs based on (UCS>=6.1) directly or now via PDMS-SP!, with CLI Menu or simply use the available VVX class to develop your own applications.

1.1.0.post1 Updates:

  • Bug fix to handle multiple lines.
  • General error handling improvements on vvx class and main.

What's new on this build:

  • Connect now to your VVX on PDMS-SP!
  • New menu options in bold.
  • Re-worked Call Dial method for improved resiliency, especially over PDMS-SP.
  • General updates to support PDMS-SP connectivity.
  • Logging level added into VVX class (INFO as default). PDMS-SP connectivity has INFO logging in console to show live API status. Direct phone connectivity requires DEBUG level to print the same on console.

Notes on this build:

  • As of this build, APIs getConfig/setConfig are not working well on PDMS-SP yet. Therefore, certain menu options are not available on PDMS-SP connectivity.
  • PDMS-SP API calls take a little more time, so please be patience!

Prerequisites:

  • Recommends install python 3.5 or above
  • Install the project: 'pip install vvxme'
  • Full features tested on VVX (non-touch screen) models running UCS 6.1. Earlier version will exibit some API errors.
  • Environment variable 'HOME' has to be defined containing a valid directory/folder, to hold configuraiton file (pdmssp.cfg) containing PDMS-SP credentials- client_id, client_secret and org_id. Sample pdmssp.cfg is included in package under data folder.

Sample pdmssp.cfg.example:

[API_KEY]
client_id = xxxxx
client_secret = xxxxx

[ORG]
org_id = xxxxx

OS security notes:

  • For Windows users: May have to run the console in Administrator mode to use VVX class in interactive mode.
  • For Mac users: Requires sudo mode to run CLI Menu - 'sudo python -m vvxme'

Using the inbuilt CLI Menu

To invoke the CLI Menu, simply open a console and type command: 'python -m vvxme'

Available menus in this version:

Main Selection Menu:

  1. Device Information Menu (Useful information of your VVX)
    • Show Device Info
    • Show Device Stats
    • Show Network Info
    • Show Network Stats
    • Show Line Info
    • Show Running Config
    • Show Call Logs
    • Show Session Stats
  2. Device Management Menu (Useful VVX management options)
    • Import from cfg (xml/json)
    • Reset Configuration
    • Update Configuration
    • Restart Device
    • Reboot Device
    • Factory Reset
  3. Quick Configuration Menu (Quick fix to enable/disable specific features on your VVX)
    • Acoustic Fence Menu
    • Active Call Screen
    • Font Size Customization
    • Headset Configuration Menu
    • Message Waiting Indicator (LED)
    • Pagination
    • Remote Packet Capture
    • Screen Capture
    • SIP Autoanswer
    • SIP Debug & USB Logging
  4. Web Call Controls Menu (Remote dial-out using either TEL/SIP dialstrings from specified Line with specified duration)
    • Check Call Status
    • Call Dial
    • Call Answer
    • Call Reject
    • Call Ignore
    • Call Hold
    • Call Resume
    • Call End
  5. Simulate Key Events Menu (Drive the VVX using your keyboard)
    • Simulate Keys

Using the VVX Class

Direct Example:
# python
>>> import vvxme
>>> dev = vvxme.vvx( '192.168.1.120', ('Polycom', '789') )
>>> dev.getDeviceInfoV2()
{'data': {'DeviceType': 'HardwareEndpoint', 'IPv6ULAAddress': '::', 'AttachedHardware': {'EM': []}, 'DeviceVendor': 'Polycom', 'CanApplyShutdownRequest': 'True', 'Firmware': {'Application': '5.9.3.2857 02-Jul-19 06:14', 'Updater': '5.9.7.26508', 'BootBlock': '3.0.6.0098 (48830-001)'}, 'ReadyToUse': 'True', 'IPStack': 'IPv4 Only', 'ModelNumber': 'VVX 350', 'UpTime': {'Seconds': '1', 'Days': '0', 'Minutes': '3', 'Hours': '1'}, 'IPAddress': '192.168.1.120', 'PreferredNetwork': 'IPv6', 'IPv6Address': '::', 'IntendToShutdown': 'False', 'IPv6LinkAddress': '::', 'AppState': 'AppStateCall', 'MACAddress': '64167f3959ca'}, 'Status': '2000'}

PDMS-SP Example:
# python
>>> import vvxme
>>> dev = vvxme.vvx(pdmssp=True, macaddr='64167F0945F4', pdmssp_credentials={'client_id':'xxxxx', 'client_secret':'xxxxx', 'org_id'='xxxxx'})
>>>
2019-10-31 10:29:52 INFO Request -->> https://pcs-api-na.obitalk.com/api/v2/oauth/client_credential/accesstoken, Body: {}
2019-10-31 10:29:52 INFO Response <<-- <200>
2019-10-31 10:29:55 INFO Request -->> https://pcs-api-na.obitalk.com/api/v2/domain/xxxxx/devices, Body: {}
2019-10-31 10:29:55 INFO Response <<-- <200>
2019-10-31 10:29:57 INFO Request -->> https://pcs-api-na.obitalk.com/api/v2/domain/xxxxx/devices/xxxxx/ucsapi, Body: {'method': 'GET', 'apiurl': '/v2/mgmt/device/info'}
2019-10-31 10:29:57 INFO Response <<-- <201>
2019-10-31 10:30:01 INFO Request -->> https://pcs-api-na.obitalk.com/api/v2/domain/xxxxx/devices/xxxxx/ucsapi, Body: {'method': 'GET', 'apiurl': '/v2/mgmt/lineInfo'}
>>>
>>> dev.getDeviceInfoV2(True)
2019-10-31 10:30:36 INFO Request -->> https://pcs-api-na.obitalk.com/api/v2/domain/xxxxx/devices/xxxxx/ucsapi, Body: {'method': 'GET', 'apiurl': '/v2/mgmt/device/info'}
2019-10-31 10:30:36 INFO Response <<-- <201>
{'data': {'httpStatus': 200, 'body': {'uploadTime': '2019-10-31T10:30:38+0800', 'data': {'DeviceType': 'HardwareEndpoint', 'ModelNumber': 'VVX 501', 'Firmware': {'BootBlock': '3.0.5.0131 (48500-001)', 'Application': '6.1.0.6189 31-Jul-19 02:54', 'Updater': '6.1.0.6163'}, 'MACAddress': '64167f0945f4', 'IPAddress': '10.250.150.93', 'DeviceVendor': 'Polycom', 'ReadyToUse': 'True', 'AttachedHardware': {'EM': [], 'Camera': 'yes'}, 'UpTime': {'Minutes': '13', 'Seconds': '7', 'Hours': '20', 'Days': '12'}, 'IPStack': 'IPv4 Only', 'PreferredNetwork': 'IPv6', 'IPv6Address': '::', 'IPv6LinkAddress': '::', 'IPv6ULAAddress': '::', 'AppState': 'AppStateCall', 'CanApplyShutdownRequest': 'True', 'IntendToShutdown': 'False'}, 'versionInfo': '1.0', 'Status': '2000', 'eventMonotonicTime': '357h:10m:15s:203ms'}}}

"""
Class for VVX based on UCS 6.1.0 REST APIs.
INPUTS for instance creation:
    - ipaddr = IP address of phone, auth = username and password in tuple
    OR
    - pdmssp = True, macaddr = mac address of phone, pdmssp_credentials = { 'client_id', 'client_secret', 'org_id'}
Attributes:
    .ipaddr
    .phone_credentials
    .use_https
    .verify_secure
    .model
    .firmware
    .macaddress
    .lines
    .linescount
    .linestates
Additional PDMS-SP Attributes:
    .client_id
    .client_secret
    .org_id
    .token
    .device_id
    .obi_number

Methods:
   .getDeviceInfoV2() - calls "/api/v2/mgmt/device/info"
   .getNetwork() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/network/info"
   .getLineInfoV2() - calls "/api/v2/mgmt/lineInfo"
   .getCallStatusV2() - calls "/api/v2/webCallControl/callStatus"
   .getRunningConfig() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/device/runningConfig"
   .getDeviceStats() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/device/stats"
   .getNetworkStats() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/network/stats"
   .getSessionStats() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/media/sessionStats"
   .getCallLogs() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/callLogs"
   .getConfig() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/config/get"
   .setConfig() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/config/set"
   .callDial() - "/api/v1/callctrl/dial"
   .callEnd() - "/api/v1/callctrl/endCall"
   .callMute() - "/api/v1/callctrl/mute"
   .sendDTMF() - "/api/v1/callctrl/sendDTMF"
   .callAnswer() - "/api/v1/callctrl/answerCall"
   .callIgnore() - "/api/v1/callctrl/ignoreCall"
   .callReject() - "/api/v1/callctrl/rejectCall"
   .callHold() - "/api/v1/callctrl/holdCall"
   .callResume() - "/api/v1/callctrl/resumeCall"
   .simulateKeyEvent() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/simulateKeyEvent"
   .simulateTextInput() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/simulateTextInput"
   .safeRestart() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/safeRestart"
   .safeReboot() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/safeReboot"
   .factoryReset() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/factoryReset"
   .updateConfig() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/updateConfiguration"
   .resetConfig() - calls "/api/v1/mgmt/configReset"
"""

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