Odd issue: clicking on contact dials wrong number

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  1. D Jonkers

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    Hi all,

    We are using V15, the 3CXPhone provisions fine on our terminalservers combined with Snom 710 desktop phones in CTI.
    Now the odd thing is while entering a number or clicking on a contact the phone constant dials out to the wrong number which is the same no matter which number i type or contact i click.
    Example:
    Reception is 250, so i type in the searchbar 250 and voila reception appears from the phonelist.
    I click on reception, the corresponding desktopphone reacts by dialing out to the wrong number?¿

    The contacts and extensions are all correct in the system.
     
  2. YiannisH_3CX

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    Hello @D Jonkers

    Does this also happen if you use the client in softphone mode?
     
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    In softphone mode it seams to work correctly
     
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    It seams to be BLF related, when i program a BLF on the desktop phone the problem occurs, it selects the first programmable button as line but instead executes the BLF
     
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    Have you re-programmed the line keys of the phone? The first two buttons should be line keys.
     
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    That was the issue, before on v12.5 we used all keys as BLF, now its like you mention, i'll change the provisioning template.
    Thank you!
     
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