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VVX BLF on BW

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VVX BLF on BW

Hi,
the incumbent Cyta in Cyprus doesn't provision Polycom IP phones on BroadWorks, so we'll have to configure them manually.

The VVX 450s don't subscribe to the List URI, are any additional parameters needed than below?

<WEB_CONFIG>
<OVERRIDES
attendant.uri="sip:25398549@bbtb.cyta.com.cy"



Attached is the user's List URI setting on BW's DMS.

BR
Chris

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Re: VVX BLF on BW

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Re: VVX BLF on BW

Danke Steffen! ;-)

Software Version: Version=5.8.2.4732

Phone model: VVX 450

Call Platform: BroadWorks R22

Best Regards

Chris

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Re: VVX BLF on BW

I havew a VVX 250 test phone registered to Broadworks R22 and BLF's are working. My phone is provisioned through my own provisioning server and I have BLF's working.

 

Firmware: 5.9.1

Opensips: Broadworks R22

 

My phone has 2 lines registered and currently using line 2 for BLF's and I have the following config set for BLF's 

<attendant attendant.reg="2" attendant.uri="sip:user_BLF@domain"/>

I had to add attendant.reg="2" to get BLF to work. if you have more than 1 line registered to the phone you may need to add attendant.reg="2" and replace 2 with the line you are using for BLF's

 

For reference here is the config options for BLF from firmware 5.9.1

  <attendant attendant.callAction="Dial-Pickup" attendant.reg="1" attendant.restrictPickup="0" attendant.ringType="ringer1" attendant.uri="">
    <attendant.behaviors>
      <attendant.behaviors.automata attendant.behaviors.automata.pickupOnBusy="1">
      </attendant.behaviors.automata>
      <attendant.behaviors.display>
        <attendant.behaviors.display.remoteCallerID attendant.behaviors.display.remoteCallerID.automata="1" attendant.behaviors.display.remoteCallerID.normal="1">
        </attendant.behaviors.display.remoteCallerID>
        <attendant.behaviors.display.spontaneousCallAppearances attendant.behaviors.display.spontaneousCallAppearances.automata="0" attendant.behaviors.display.spontaneousCallAppearances.normal="1">
        </attendant.behaviors.display.spontaneousCallAppearances>
      </attendant.behaviors.display>
    </attendant.behaviors>
    <attendant.callActionMenu attendant.callActionMenu.enabled="0">
    </attendant.callActionMenu>
    <attendant.callWaiting attendant.callWaiting.enable="0" attendant.callWaiting.ring="silent">
    </attendant.callWaiting>
    <attendant.displayHoldState attendant.displayHoldState.enable="0">
    </attendant.displayHoldState>
    <attendant.resourceList attendant.resourceList.1.address="" attendant.resourceList.1.bargeInMode="" attendant.resourceList.1.callAddress="" attendant.resourceList.1.display.spontaneousCallAppearances="auto" attendant.resourceList.1.hold.ringer="ringer11" attendant.resourceList.1.label="" attendant.resourceList.1.proceedingIsRecipient="0" attendant.resourceList.1.rejectParkOnBusy="0" attendant.resourceList.1.requestSilentBargeIn="0" attendant.resourceList.1.ringType="default" attendant.resourceList.1.type="" attendant.resourceList.2.address="" attendant.resourceList.2.bargeInMode="" attendant.resourceList.2.callAddress="" attendant.resourceList.2.display.spontaneousCallAppearances="auto" attendant.resourceList.2.hold.ringer="ringer11" attendant.resourceList.2.label="" attendant.resourceList.2.proceedingIsRecipient="0" attendant.resourceList.2.rejectParkOnBusy="0" attendant.resourceList.2.requestSilentBargeIn="0" attendant.resourceList.2.ringType="default" attendant.resourceList.2.type="">
    </attendant.resourceList>
  </attendant>

 

I checked the broadworks template file and see it only sets the tag you have already set.

<attendant attendant.uri=""/>

 The Attendant URI in your config file looks correct based on the broadworks screenshot you sent. 

One thing I notices is your override file looks like it's incomplete as there is no closing tags. if your file is complete then I would recommend creating a separate config file that has the BLF tags and uploading that from the web interface.

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Re: VVX BLF on BW

Thank you,
I will import all your BLF config parameters from the web-UI and test it again.

I also had to use my own provisioning server and upgraded all phones last week to UCS 5.9.1 but it still didn't work.

According to Broadsoft's Partner Config Guide for Polycom VVX in the CPE kit downloaded from Broadsoft Xchange only the attendant.uri parameter was required since all phones have only 1 line registered.

From the service provider's pcap we can see that the phone subscribes successfully to the list but it cannot parse the BLF info sent by BW, so maybe additional config parameters are needed in the phone's config.

Regarding the MAC-web.cfg all web-UI overridden parameters are within the overrides tag and no additional opening/closing tags or set parameters are needed compared to the MAC.cfg.
You can check any MAC-web.cfg or MAC-phone.cfg on your provisioning server.
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