asterisk and cisco 7970 – multiple lines

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I can’t believe nobody uses cisco 7970 with asterisk to help with my issue.

2 sip lines registered:

Line 1: ext 260

Line 2: ext 160

How to get Line 2 blinking when Line 2 (ext 160) is called?

For some reason with my setup when I call Line 2 – Line 1 is blinking.

I use firmware 8.0.3

Anyone has the same problem or is it just me?

Please give me some hint.

Thanks,

Peter

5 thoughts on - asterisk and cisco 7970 – multiple lines

  • Post the germane portions of your xml. How does your phone register each
    line button?

    Cassius

    Organization: GreatValueMart
    Reply-To: , Asterisk Users Mailing List –
    Non-Commercial Discussion

    I can¹t believe nobody uses cisco 7970 with asterisk to help with my issue.

    2 sip lines registered:

    Line 1: ext 260
    Line 2: ext 160

    How to get Line 2 blinking when Line 2 (ext 160) is called?
    For some reason with my setup when I call Line 2 ­ Line 1 is blinking.
    I use firmware 8.0.3

    Anyone has the same problem or is it just me?

    Please give me some hint.

    Thanks,
    Peter

  • Below is my xml button 1 and button 2 portion. Any help will be appreciated.

    9

    Pete(260)

    proxyip 5060

    130

    Peter

    2

    Auto Answer with Speakerphone

    3

    130

    pass

    false

    3

    850

    4

    5

    7b452e87-4496-4762-e11f-b26751a1884b

    true

    false

    false

    true

    9

    Intercom

    proxyip 5061

    160

    Peter

    3

    Auto Answer with Speakerphone

    3

    160

    pass

    false

    3

    850

    4

    5

    7b452e87-4496-4762-e11f-b26751a1884b

    true

    false

    false

    true

    Thanks,

    Peter

    Sent: Monday, November 22, 2010 1:12 PM
    href=”mailto:kowallawok@gmail.com”>kowallawok@gmail.com; Asterisk Users Mailing List – Non-Commercial
    Discussion

    Post the germane portions of your xml. How does your phone register each
    line button?

    Cassius

    Organization: GreatValueMart
    Reply-To: , Asterisk Users Mailing List –
    Non-Commercial Discussion

    I can’t believe nobody uses cisco 7970 with asterisk to help with my issue.

    2 sip lines registered:

    Line 1: ext 260

    Line 2: ext 160

    How to get Line 2 blinking when Line 2 (ext 160) is called?

    For some reason with my setup when I call Line 2 – Line 1 is blinking.

    I use firmware 8.0.3

    Anyone has the same problem or is it just me?

    Please give me some hint.

    Thanks,

    Peter

  • I have done something similar; I am using SIP load 8.5.2. I use port 5060 on
    both line buttons.
    Cassius

    Organization: GreatValueMart
    Reply-To:
    Cc: ‘Asterisk Users Mailing List – Non-Commercial Discussion’

    Below is my xml button 1 and button 2 portion. Any help will be appreciated.

    9
    Pete(260) proxyip 5060 130
    Peter

    2
    Auto Answer with Speakerphone

    3
    130
    pass
    false
    3
    850
    4
    5
    7b452e87-4496-4762-e11f-b26751a1884b

    true
    false
    false
    true

    9
    Intercom proxyip 5061 160
    Peter

    3
    Auto Answer with Speakerphone

    3
    160
    pass
    false
    3
    850
    4
    5
    7b452e87-4496-4762-e11f-b26751a1884b

    true
    false
    false
    true

    Thanks,
    Peter

    Sent: Monday, November 22, 2010 1:12 PM
    href=”mailto:kowallawok@gmail.com”>kowallawok@gmail.com; Asterisk Users Mailing List – Non-Commercial
    Discussion

    Post the germane portions of your xml. How does your phone register each
    line button?

    Cassius

    Organization: GreatValueMart
    Reply-To: , Asterisk Users Mailing List –
    Non-Commercial Discussion

    I can¹t believe nobody uses cisco 7970 with asterisk to help with my issue.

    2 sip lines registered:

    Line 1: ext 260
    Line 2: ext 160

    How to get Line 2 blinking when Line 2 (ext 160) is called?
    For some reason with my setup when I call Line 2 ­ Line 1 is blinking.
    I use firmware 8.0.3

    Anyone has the same problem or is it just me?

    Please give me some hint.

    Thanks,
    Peter

  • I don’t use 7970s, but on the 7941/61s I set the name, authName, and
    contact all to the SIP username. The first thing that I see is that
    the Contact is set to the same thing on both lines, which might cause
    your problem. Try changing the contact to the SIP account name for
    each line.

    -Jonathan

  • Solved!
    Thank you Jonathan.

    Like you suggested – I’ve changed port on both lines to 5060 and changed
    contact so all: name, authName and contact are the same and it is working
    like charm.

    Thanks again,
    Peter