Provisioning a Yealink DECT W52P/W56P with the 3CX v15
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How to configure Yealink W52P/W56P for 3CX V15

How to configure Yealink W52P/H, W56P/H for 3CX V15

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This guide applies to v15 SP4 and higher.

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How to configure Yealink W52P/H, W56P/H for 3CX V15

Supported Models: Yealink DECT series and Handsets

Base Station

Handset Station

Step 1: Upgrade to Minimum required firmware

Step 2: Factory Reset the Yealink Dect system

Step 3: Provisioning a Yealink WP station

Remote STUN

SBC

Step 4: Registering the handset

Known Limitations

Supported Models: Yealink DECT series and Handsets

Base Station

  • Yealink W52P - final firmware version 25.80.0.15
  • Yealink W56P - final firmware version 25.80.0.15

Handset Station

  • Yealink W52H - final firmware version 26.73.0.30
  • Yealink W56H - final firmware version 61.80.0.10

Step 1: Upgrade to Minimum required firmware

Check that the phone is running the minimum required firmware described above. Read how to check what firmware the phones are running and how to upgrade them in this guide: How to manual upgrade Yealink DECT system.

Step 2: Factory Reset the Yealink Dect system

In case the device has residual settings of a previous configuration the device will have to be reset to factory defaults. To reset the device read review our How to Factory Reset Yealink W52P document.

Step 3: Provisioning a Yealink WP station

Yealink WP-series can only be provisioned using the manual provisioning method. The general howto for a local LAN setup is outlined here: Yealink WP Series Manual Provisioning.

In case the provisioning method used is Remote STUN or SBC, you will have to configure some additional information in addition to the provisioning guide above:

Remote STUN

  1. Set the “Provisioning Method” to “Direct SIP (Stun - remote)”
  2. Enter the “Local SIP Port” and “RTP Audio Ports” the remote device should be configured to. This allows to build an inbound NAT on the remote firewall.

Note: Ensure that the firewall has the given ports forwarded to the internal IP of the base station. Also check that SIP ALG is disabled in the firewall. In case there is more than one device behind the same NAT base, 3CX will deliver audio according to your extension’s settings.

SBC

  1. Set the “Provisioning Method” to “3CX SBC (remote)
  2. Enter the local IP address of 3CX Session Border Controller in the remote network and the SIP Port used by the SBC (default:5060)

Note: The 3CX SBC must be installed on a computer in the remote location. For more information click on Using 3CX SBC Windows and Linux.

Step 4: Registering the handset

Read the following guides on how to connect handsets to your base: https://www.3cx.com/sip-phones/register-yealink-handsets/

Known Limitations

  • No Alert Info
  • No BLF
  • No CTI
  • Cannot be configured for multicast paging
  • Cannot park on shared parking spaces (SP0), only in parking orbit (*00)

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