This is my first post and I am very much new to Polycom VVX phone.
I just accuire VVX 601 phone and evaluating for our production system, I would appreciate any suggestion or advice!
Many thanks to the post below, I was able to confirm Asterisk RLS feature with my VVX601 by following the instruction.
I am currently evaluating FreePBX environment, and to make the BLF listing to work, I set below in /etc/asterisk/pjsip_custom.conf with 20 of "list_item"s,
[asterisk-rls] type = resource_list ; Asterisk Resource List Subscriptions (RLS) event = dialog list_item = 10001 list_item = 10002 .... list_item = 10020 notification_batch_interval = 3000
and added below in VVX's configuration file to make it work.
attendant.uri="asterisk-rls@<PBX's server address>"
This enabled the list of extensions in 4 x 4 matrix in LCD of VVX601, I could see 10001 through 10015 activities on LCD panel (1 is registered line), but I don't see the rest of extensions status.
Just wondering how to display the rest of them or simply it is a limitation of VVX601 that it can not show more than 16 "items".
Also, I prefer to show "Display Name" which is assigned to those extensions, and wondering how to do that.
Many thanks in advance,
- Asterisk: 13.23.1
- FreePBX: 188.8.131.52
- UC Software Version: 184.108.40.20689
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welcome to the Polycom Community.
Your post ended up in our SpamFilter so I had to release it.
The VVX 60x range can only display a maximum of 16 lines as explained => here <= but you can possibly look at our Obihai range. We do not support these via this Community forum.
I am not to sure I can follow you on the name part but would need to see some form of logs.
Information on this can be found in the FAQ.
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Thank you, 16 is more than enough number for our use, I am still investigating how to show name instead of extension number but user can live without name label.
It is very nice feature, thanks for the advice!