Message Waiting Indicator, Park Location, and BLF

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  1. blangys

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    I've been working on various iterations of Asterisk and like what I see with Elastix. I setup park locations and had tested voicemail and I got the park location BLF and the message waiting indicator. I then used the endpoint manager to associate the endpoint and that stuff stopped working. I then un-associated the endpoint and they started working again. Can anyone tell me why that is? Thanks! Bob Langys
     
  2. dicko

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    You probably need to modify the relevant files in:

    /var/www/html/modules/endpoint_configuration/libs/vendors


    To include your customizations, as if the phone downloads a <mac-address>.cfg file from tftpboot (where the endpoint manager writes them) your local customizations will likely be overwritten.
     
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    Re:Message Waiting Indicator, Park Location, and B

    Thanks Dicko! That seems like it could be the answer. Any idea how I edit that PHP File? I'll keep checking but if you know...

    Bob.
     
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    Re:Message Waiting Indicator, Park Location, and B

    Answering my own...

    Use the proper case when you type the file and it edits with Nano...

    Duh.

    Thank you so much for the direction - it was exactly what I was looking for.

    Bob.
     
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    Re:Message Waiting Indicator, Park Location, and B

    If you want a literal answer, I like nano or mcedit depending. (neither included, at least they didn't use to be)

    yum -y install nano mc && nano /var/www/html/modules/endpoint_configuration/libs/vendors/<the file you want to edit>

    If you are asking how to configure a particular piece of hardware, then I suggest you gather all the necessary user/programmers manuals, define how you want the hardware to behave, learn php and and apply your acquired knowledge from steps 1,2 and 3 into the vendor specific file :)
     

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