I’m having real problems getting my phone to connect to my asterisk box.
I was able to set the phone up to work generally how I wanted it to originally, using Asterisk@Home and a default configuration (several extensions, 200-203). Each phone could receive and dial out without problems. There was extra functionality missing that I really wanted however, so I decided I would upgrade the phones to the latest firmware, and since that upgrade I have been unable to get the phone to connect to asterisk (they just display ‘No Service’ the whole time, which from my previous setup makes me think it isn’t authenticating properly.
I am still able to get software phones to connect without issue. If anyone has any ideas as to what I should try please let me know…
My setup is generally as follows right now:
Asterisk PBX: 192.168.0.27
Aastra phones: 192.168.0.28 - 192.168.0.30
extensions: 200 - 203
It’s not registering because you aren’t telling the phone it’s account for line xx or it’s outbound proxy. Your mac.cfg (note: The filename should be your phone’s MAC ADDRESS.CFG) should look something like this:
I have two of these 480iCT phones, which each support up to 9 ‘line appearences’. They sport four physical ‘line x’ buttons each, and there is an indicator lamp on each one that lights up when that ‘line’ is in use.
Ideally I would like to have the following functionality (but from what I understand this can’t currently be done)
My secretary picks up an incoming call on ‘line 1’ on her phone (ext 200). She puts that call on hold.
I look at my phone (ext 201) and see that the ‘line 1’ lamp is flashing - pickup the call, and am talking to the client without any extra work (like ‘transferring’ the call to my extension).
Is there any way of easily doing something similar to this?