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15-601046 Issue 14j (10 March 2009)IP Office 4.28. WML Server Setup
The 4610SW, 4620, 4620SW, 5610SW, 5620 and 5620 phones can act as WAP (Wireless Access Protocol) browsers. This
allows them to view WML (Wireless Markup Language) pages. WML is a page coding language similar to HTML but
intended for phone devices with small screens and no full keyboard.
To do WAP browsing, the phones need to be configured to access a home page. That home page can contain links and
information appropriate to the customer installation.
This section looks at the setting up and configuration of a simple test system. The aim is to introduce the basic principles
of WAP browsing operation.
·For testing and demonstration purposes Avaya host a set of WML files at http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs/
·Most PC web browsers cannot display .wml files. However Opera is able display WML pages which makes it a useful
tool with which to test WML access and operation.
What WML is Supported
The phones are WML 1.2 compliant WAP browsers. However, they do not support all WML 1.2 tags.
For details of those WML 1.2 tags supported, refer to the 4600 Series IP Telephone LAN Administrator's Guide.
WTAI (Wireless Telephony Application Interface) links are supported to allow numbers embedded in WML pages to be
dialed from phones.