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Variables used in the 3CX Provisioning Templates

The 3CX Provisioning Templates make use of a set of variables which are replaced by the extension’s details when an extension is provisioned. There are situations where you might need to customize the Phone Provisioning Templates as explained in ‘Editing the Phone Provisioning Templates‘.

The following table documents the variables used in the 3CX Provisioning Templates.

Note: The following variables apply for 3CX Phone System V15.5 and that some variables are used in the provisioning templates of specific phones. The description of such variables will indicate the phone templates that they apply to.

Variable

Description

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%%PHONE_WEB_PASSWORD%%

The Web login password of the phones

%%PHONE_IP%%

The IP address of the phone

%%logo_filename%%

Logo filename

The name of the custom logo file

%%logo%%

Custom logo path

The path to custom logo file that includes the Custom Logo folders and file names

%%defringtone%%

The default ringtone of the IP Phone

The ringtone that will be used for the simple calls

%%queueringtone%%

The default Queue ringtone of the IP Phone

Used when the "Use default ringtone for all queues" is enabled

%%queueringtonevalue%%

The "Alert-Info" text that will be sent to to the IP Phone

Used when the "Use custom ringtones per queue" is enabled

%%queueid%%

The Custom Queue ringtone of the IP Phone

Used when the "Use custom ringtones per queue" is enabled

%%XFERmethod_Value%%

DSS transfer method

Defines the transfer method (blind or attended) of DSS key

%%datestyle%%

The date format of the IP Phone

Specifies the format of the date shown on phone's display

%%timestyle%%

The time format of the IP Phone

Specifies the format of time shown on phone's display

%%mwiled%%

Power LED functionality when the phone has a voicemail

Enables or disables the power indicator LED to flash when the IP phone receives a voicemail

%%missedled%%

Power LED functionality when the phone has a missed call

Enables or disables the power indicator LED to flash when the IP phone has a missed call

%%blktime%%

Backlight timeout

The timeout that specifies when the phone will dim the display

%%scrsavertime%%

Screensaver timeout

The timeout that specifies when the phone will show the Screensaver on the display

%%vlanwanenabled%%

Enable VLAN on WAN port

Enables or disables the VLAN on the WAN port of the phone

%%vlanwanportid%%

WAN port VLAN ID

VLAN ID used on the WAN port of the phone

%%vlanwanportpriority%%

WAN port VLAN Priority

VLAN Priority used on the WAN port of the phone

%%vlanpcenabled%%

Enable VLAN on PC port

Enables or disables the VLAN on the PC port of the phone

%%vlanpcportid%%

PC port VLAN ID

VLAN ID used on the PC port of the phone

%%vlanpcportpriority%%

PC port VLAN Priority

VLAN Priority used on the PC port of the phone

%%lldpenabled%%

Enable LLDP

Enable or disable the LLDP feature of the phone

%%multicastrgname1%%

Multicast Label

The Label of the Multicast Ring Group

%%multicastrgipport1%%

Multicast address

The IP address and SIP port of the Multicast Ring Group