On Tue, Mar 06, 2018 at 05:36:04PM +0000, Thomas Peters wrote:
> But please don't tell me the only way to program up each phone is via
> the craft interface?
> Every other phone I've ever used requires a configuration file, which
> has the MAC address of the phone as its name. The Avaya phones must
> have some other method. Unless I have to embed the mac address and
> particulars for all the phones into the 46xxsettings.txt file??
I tried to warn you, didn't I? :)
The phones themselves are nice, when used with an Avaya PBX. What I have
seen is that these phones are really dumb themselves and need a decent
PBX that does the smartstuff via proprietary interfaces (H.232
gatekeeper like IPOffice or whatever they use with the SIP based
There is some intelligence in parsing the 46xxsettings file, but AFAIK
you need the CRAFT menu to do this (apart from MAC adresses).
My advise: sell these phones, any SIP device you can buy with the
proceeds is more intelligent when used with Asterisk.
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