i do have a Cisco 7970 and there are 8 line buttons.
I did search but could not find a good answer in how to do it.
Is there a way to have one extension assigned to button 1, another extension assigned to button 2 and so on?
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08 11/05/10 19:37:01.899 Received Message from 13 (Security Plug-in / Living) to OnScreen Orbiter(21),Cisco 7970 Orbiter(57),OnScreen Orbiter(60),Cisco 7970 Orbiter(72),Windows CE PDA (Vert Display)(83), type 1 id 741 Command:Goto Screen, retry none, parameters: <0x9b5ffb90>Could someone clarify me?
[b]01 11/05/10 19:37:04.797 Query failed (): SELECT PK_File FROM File WHERE Path='/home/public/data/tts' AND Filename='0.wav' retry: 0x60056650[/b] <0x831e7b90>
08 11/05/10 19:37:07.452 Received Message from 10 (Media Plug-in / Living) to 57 (Cisco 7970 Orbiter / Living), type 1 id 242 Command:Set Now Playing, retry none, parameters: <0xa07fcb90>
DO NOT INSTALL EXTENSIONS USING FreePBX! Somebody please delete that Nokia page.
At the very least, go into Wizard > Phones > and create a new generic SIP softphone.
The username and password are the extension #, registrar is 192.168.80.1
simple. Effective, and you get the voice prompts.
I am getting very tired of people not paying attention to the software, and reverting to their geek instincts and making this stuff fifty thousand times more complicated than it actually is!
messages.1:[2010-09-18 17:14:01] NOTICE chan_sip.c: Call from '2064246841' to extension 'voipcheap-user' rejected because extension not found.As i understand, i need to assign an extension.