Cisco 7940 register multipule extensions

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by garambula, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. garambula

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    I am currently using your PBX system and it works great. I have two small issues that I hope you can help me with.
    1. I would like to register two extensions on one Cisco 7940. Not sure if this is supported on your phone system. I have copied my phone config. (Please see below for config).

    2. Also I not sure if this is supported but my new voice mail message light does not turn on. Is there something I need to do on the phone or on the server?

    # SIP Configuration Generic File

    # Line 1 appearance
    line1_name: 110

    # Line 1 Registration Authentication
    line1_authname: 110

    # Line 1 Registration Password
    line1_password: 110

    # Line 2 appearance
    line1_name: 120

    # Line 2 Registration Authentication
    line1_authname: 120

    # Line 2 Registration Password
    line1_password: 120
     
  2. garambula

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    Ok disreguard my first issue. Bone Head mistake. I have attached the working config.

    # SIP Configuration Generic File

    # Line 1 appearance
    line1_name: 110

    # Line 1 Registration Authentication
    line1_authname: 110

    # Line 1 Registration Password
    line1_password: 110

    # Line 2 appearance
    line2_name: 120

    # Line 2 Registration Authentication
    line2_authname: 120

    # Line 2 Registration Password
    line2_password: 120
     
  3. Nick Galea

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the nice feedback!

    Its possible to register as many lines as your phone can support. As you already discovered :)

    In regards to MWI - we have implemented this. We have not yet tested it with many phones but we will do. If its a standard that all the phones adhere to in the same way (which would be an industry first :) ) then it should work out of the box. Of course its not going to be that way but we will definitely support the CISCO 7940, as well as the Grandstream GXP 2000. (Since both phones are in use on our network :) )
     

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