3cx AutoProvisioning Yealink T38G

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  1. mdc

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    Hello, I am trying to create a custom 3cx Provisioning Template for our T38G Phones. specifically I am trying to set the Line 4,5,6 buttons to be BLF Transfers to Shared Parks. With the built-in 3cx Template it makes all of those buttons account keys.

    I have found the following lines of code in the 3cx template but when it auto provisions, it changes the lines to work from account 2 instead of account 1. Does anybody know how to fix this?

    #Configure Linekey4 (for T38G only)
    linekey.4.line = 1
    linekey.4.value = SP0
    linekey.4.pickup_value =
    linekey.4.type = 16
    linekey.4.xml_phonebook =
    linekey.4.label = Hold1

    #Configure Linekey5 (for T38G only)
    linekey.5.line = 1
    linekey.5.value = SP1
    linekey.5.pickup_value =
    linekey.5.type = 16
    linekey.5.xml_phonebook =
    linekey.5.label = Hold2

    #Configure Linekey6 (for T38G only)
    linekey.6.line = 1
    linekey.6.value = SP2
    linekey.6.pickup_value =
    linekey.6.type = 16
    linekey.6.xml_phonebook =
    linekey.6.label = Hold3
     
  2. craigreilly

    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    Lines on t38 are 0 based.
    0 line is really 1 on phone
    1 line is really 2 on phone...
     
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    {IF model=Yealink T38}
    #Configure Linekey1
    linekey.2.line = 1
    linekey.2.value = SP1
    linekey.2.pickup_value =
    linekey.2.type = 10
    linekey.2.xml_phonebook =
    linekey.2.label = Call Park

    here is how I setup ours, the other thing I did is created dial rules to add fake extensions on the phones 100 = SP0 101 =SP1 so reception would page John line 101 and then on my yealink phone I dial 101. I originally setup all the phones with the Park button, but users as soon as they saw it flash thought the phone was for them and picked it up.

    <DialRule>
    <Data Prefix="100" Replace="SP0" LineID=""/>
    <Data Prefix="101" Replace="SP1" LineID=""/>
    <Data Prefix="102" Replace="SP2" LineID=""/>
    <Data Prefix="103" Replace="SP3" LineID=""/>

    </DialRule>
     
  4. craigreilly

    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    I like your dial rule better than the way others do it of using a system extension...and forwarding to SPx.
    It has a bug where two external parties can be connected to each other.

    Yours is definitely more elegant.

    We have not had an issue using a blf for parks. Nobody sits and stares at their phone all day...
     
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