This guide has been tested for the following phone models with the latest firmware versions supported by 3CX Phone System 11 & 12.
- Yealink DECT W52P
The easiest way to set up a Yealink phone for use with 3CX Phone System is to use the built-in Plug and Play provisioning functionality inside the 3CX Phone System. This will allow the phone to configure itself by retrieving a 3CX-generated phone configuration file. Alternatively you can configure the phone using DHCP and option 66. For more information, see this configuration guide.
Step 1: Verify the Firmware Installed on Your Base Station and Register the Handset(s)
Verify the firmware version currently installed on the Base Station. To do this:
- Power up the Base Station and go into the Web interface by typing in a web browser the Base’s IP Address (to find the Base’s IP Address tap the button on the top of the base and on the Handset screen you will receive a paging with the IP address).
- Log into the web interface using the your Username and Password (defaults are ‘admin’ and ‘admin’)
- Go to Menu ->Status -> Firmware and check if you have the latest firmware version
- To verify the firmware version of the Handset press the ‘OK’ button->Info->System Status-> Scroll down the menu to More->Handset and from there you can see the software and hardware versions installed on the handset.
- Go to the Yealink Support Website and download the latest firmware for your phone.
If the Handset and the Base Station are not synchronized out of the box then you have to register them manually.
To register the Handset(s) manually on the Base Station:
- Press the ‘OK’ button and go to ‘Settings’
- Select ‘Registration’
- Press ‘Register Handset’
- Log in to the web interface of your Base Station
- Select the ‘Handset&VoIP’ menu and
- Press ‘Start Registration’ button.
- Go back to your Handset and if ‘Base 1′ is already configured go to the ‘Base 2′ or any other base to register and press the ‘OK’ button. When the Handset finds your Base Station and tries to connect it will ask for the PIN number
- Enter the PIN number(default is 0000) and your Handset will register to your Base.
Step 2: Plug the Base Station into the Network
Plug your Yealink DECT Base Station into your LAN (The Base Station must be on the same LAN as that of the 3CX Phone System IP PBX).
If you already have configured the Base Station before with other settings, please perform a factory reset on it. This will make sure that after the provisioning procedure the new configuration will be correct and there will be no leftovers from previous settings.
Step 3: Approve the Base Station and Assign an Extension
Now you need to approve the Base Station registration and assign an extension. To do this
- Log in the 3CX Management Console and go to the ‘Phones’ node
- The phone you just plugged in will appear at the top of the list in bold.
- Now right click on the Yealink DECT phone and select from 2 available options:
- “Add Extension” – this will create and assign a new extension to your Yealink Dect phone.
- “Assign to existing extension” – this will assign an existing extension to the phone.
- Select an option and click click ‘OK’.
- You will be taken to the “Edit Extension” settings page. If you are adding a new extension fill in the appropriate details or if you are assigning to an existing extension make sure that all the fields are correct.
- Click ‘OK’ once you are done. 3CX Phone System will send a provisioning link to the phone. The phone will reboot and apply the configuration.
Congratulations! You have configured a new Yealink DECT Base Station using the 3CX Plug and Play feature.
According to the way the Yealink W52P functions to be able to access your voice mail through the Yealink DECT W52P phone you need to:
- Click on the ‘OK’ button on the Handset to access the menu.
- Select the ‘Voice Mail’ option from the menu and press ‘OK’
- Choose the ‘Set Voice Mail’ option, you will see the voicemail number appear and that the ‘Status’ is set to ‘disabled’.
- Press the left or right buttons to change the ‘Status’ to ‘enabled’ and press ‘OK’ to save the configuration.
You will now be able to access your voicemail by pressing the voicemail button on the phone.
Supported IP Phones
Preferred / Recommended
- snom 3 Series - 300, 320, 360, 370 Provisioning Guide
- snom 7 Series - 710, 720, 760 Provisioning Guide
- snom 8 Series - 820, 821, 870 Provisioning Guide
- Yealink T19P, T20P, T21P, T22P, T26P, T28P, T41P Provisioning Guide
- Yealink T32G, T38G, T42G, T46G Provisioning Guide
- Yealink VP530 Provisioning Guide
- Yealink DECT W52P Provisioning
- Cisco 7940/ 7941/ 7960 /7961 Provisioning
- Cisco SPA 501G, 502G, 504G, 508G, 509G, 525G Provisioning or Manual
- Gigaset N510 IP PRO Provisioning
- Panasonic KX-TGP500B01 (DECT)
- Polycom SoundPoint 320, 321, 330, 331, 335 Provisioning Guides or Manual Provisioning
- Polycom SoundPoint 450, 550, 560, 650, 670 Provisioning Guides or Manual Provisioning
- Polycom SoundStation 5000, 6000, 7000 Provisioning Guides or Manual Provisioning