This guide covers configuring the Aastra 6730i, 6731i, 6739i, 6753i, 6755i, 6757i, 9143i, and 9480i to listen to a CyberData v3 Paging Server.
Configuring an Aastra 6739i SIP Phone with 3CX is actually very simple since all of the Aastra phones are designed to be provisioned in the same way. Even though in the current version of 3CX (v10 SP4 at the time of this writing) does not show the Aastra 6739i as a supported phone, we can just select the default Aastra template and that will work just fine.
The Aastra IP phones are probably the easiest phones available to get working with trixbox Pro, just plug them into your network and that’s about it. trixbox Pro will automatically create a new extension and phone device for you and tell the phone where to get it’s configuration file from. All you need to do is edit the extension with the user’s information and the phone is ready to use. There really is no easier to use phone with trixbox Pro than the Aastra IP phones.
In this guide Kerry shows you how to manually configure Aastra phones with 3CX
The Aastra 6730i and 6731i model IP phones come with 8 programmable keys for customization, which are located at the top of the phone. These keys can be set as BLFs (Busy Lamp Fields), Speed Dials, and XML application commands amongst other settings. But as anyone who has used these phones know, out of those keys, two come from factory locked, with pre-configured settings.
Ever since the Aastra MBU-400 hit the streets I have wanted to do a hands on article about this Dect solution. For around two months now this unit has been registered to the trixbox Pro server in our lab, so that on the rare sunny day in Buffalo we can field [...]
I just completed a few Auto Provision Templates for 3CX. I had a Customer looking to take advantage of the built in provisioning in 3CX, as he had a large quantity of Aastra 6730i and 6731i IP phones. At this time though, the current version [...]