HOSTED Configuration → Devices
Click on “Add devices”, select the model of the phone you want to provision, enter the MAC address of the device (except Cisco SPA-122, insert Serial Number) and select the line(s) you want to assign.
Then connect the device to the internet and it should automatically look for the configuration. After 2-3 minutes the device will be listed in the field below.
You can configure the devices through the peoplefone interface, this way you do not need have to do anything in the phone interface.
|Busy Line Field||abbreviated as BLF, this function acts as a line busy indicator. This function includes call-pickup, which allows calls to be answered from another line.|
|Line||Set the function keys as Line to see multiple calls and intercept them. At “Yealink”, the first 3 function keys are automatically set as Line but can be changed.|
|Speed Dial||Used to dial a preset number, this feature is recommended for external numbers. To dial internal numbers use the BLF function.|
|Transfer to||This function is rarely used because the BLF function makes it possible to perform call transfers.|
In “Advanced Option” you can set options such as phone language, menu buttons and many other settings.
Do not forget to restart the device after each configuration change, otherwise the changes will not immediately be taken into account.
Password after provisioning
When the provisioning of a phone has been made, the default password is changed for security reasons. The username is the same as the one defined by the manufacturer (example: admin).
The new phone password is the same as the SIP Password of your SIP line.
List of supported devices
|Devices||Firmware||Provisioning URL||End of Sales||End of Life||End of peoplefone Support|
|Gigaset Maxwell Basic||3.14.8||https://gigaset.peoplefone.com/%MACD/%DVID/|
|Gigaset Maxwell 2||3.14.8||https://gigaset.peoplefone.com/%MACD/%DVID/|
|Gigaset Maxwell 3||3.14.8||https://gigaset.peoplefone.com/%MACD/%DVID/|
|Mitel 6757i||3.3.1 4305 SP4||https://mitel.peoplefone.com/|
|Mitel 6863i||4.3.0 1052 SP1||https://mitel.peoplefone.com/|
|Mitel 6865i||4.3.0 1052 SP1||https://mitel.peoplefone.com/|
|Mitel 6867i||4.3.0 1052 SP1||https://mitel.peoplefone.com/|
|Mitel 6869i||4.3.0 1052 SP1||https://mitel.peoplefone.com/|
|Snom D745||10.1.49.11||https://snom.peoplefone.com/||Aug 2018||Aug 2020|
|Yealink W52P||H: 188.8.131.52/184.108.40.206 B: 220.127.116.11||https://yealink.peoplefone.com|
|Yealink EXP 40|
|Yealink W56P||H: 18.104.22.168/22.214.171.124 B: 126.96.36.199||https://yealink.peoplefone.com|
|Yealink W60P||H: 188.8.131.52/184.108.40.206 B: 220.127.116.11||https://yealink.peoplefone.com|