Allworx phones on 3CX

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  1. Chris Walters

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    Has anyone had any luck getting an Allworx phone to provision on a 3CX server? I tried following the instructions here: https://www.3cx.com/blog/docs/custom-phone-provisioning/

    I was able to create the template and load it in the system. Then I added the phone to my extension, but when I reboot the phone, it just hangs up trying to load config files. Never finishes provisioning. I was using something very basic, the following is the XML from my template:

    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <doc xmlns:tcx="https://www.3cx.com">
    <header>
    <type>phone-template</type>
    <name></name>
    <models>
    <model>Allworx</model>
    </models>
    </header>
    <data>
    <device>
    <type>phone</type>
    <deviceconfig filename="cfg%%mac_address%%">
    <![CDATA[
    user_name1$: %%extension_number%%
    user_pname1$: %%extension_auth_id%%
    user_pass1$: %%extension_auth_pw%%
    user_host1$: %%pbx_ip%%
    user_realname1$: %%extension_first_name%% %%extension_last_name%%
    ]]>
    </deviceconfig>
    </device>
    </data>
    </doc>



    What am I missing, or am I trying to move an immovable object?
     
  2. cobaltit

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    So provisioning is step two. Step one would be to try and manually provision the phone. If/when you get it working, then you can usually dump the config from the phone and then generate a template based on the settings there. Or are you saying you've already gotten Allworx phones to work with 3CX?
     
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  3. Daniel Lent

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    Last I recall, Allworx really locks down the phone to their own sandbox. I don't think this is going to work, and if it does, you aren't going to get much functionality out of the phone. BLF probably won't work
     
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