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lessore

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Hello,

is it possible to define function Keys for all autoprovisoned Phones ?
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ICT and Me

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What do you mean exactly? Which function keys? BLF or ....
Most keys on the phones are configured by the Phone.
And all IP phones brands use different keys and codes.
I personally think it is impossible too define every key.

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lessore

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Thanky for your reply.
For example I have 10 Snom 300 ip Phones and i want to define the same functions key for all users.
Function Keys can be BLF, Speed Dial, Call Pickup and so on .
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Okay, normally spoken the IP Phone manufacture has nice document how to do this. For example we work with Escene SayHi and BLF, Speed dial key programming is just creating a file from one phone and rename this to all the extensions. We copy those files into the TFTP map of Operator. When the phones are connecting to Operator they get the configuration files that are in the TFTP map. So the Firmware/Kernel will be checked, Programmable (expansion modules)keys programmed, Phonebooks etc...

So look how SNOM will do this. I think almost the same. program one phone, download the config file and place this in the Operator TFTP map.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 February 2014 10:53]


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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Carlo is right, have a look at how Snom defines the button in the configuration file. Once you have the right snippet of code, use a template override for your Snom phones.
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