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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

Operator 1.2.0 beta 2 comes with server-side support for the Busy Lamp Field functionality. The attached how-to explains how to set up BLF on a Yealink phone (sold under the "Well" brand in some countries).

Vladimir

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ICT and Me

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Or Tiptel in Europe/Netherlands!

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pcunix

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The document says "There is no configuration needed to make BLF work" which is true as far as Operator goes, but it DOES have to be configured on the phone itself.

For my YeaLink SIP-20P, that's in Phone->DSS as shown in attached jpg. With that config, the Line 2 LED watches extension 11


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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi Tony

Please have a look at the second page, it's all there. Smile

Anyway, I'm glad it works.

Filip
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How did I miss that second page?

Smile

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