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DSSKey and Call Forward
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
ok, BTW, do you know which brand IP phone can support this feature now?
07-25-2013 02:50 PM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
I would also like to have this feature.

BTW: my snom 360 (FW: 8.7.3.19) phones work fine with this feature for years. The difference to Yealink is, that the Call Forward target in the snom Preferences stays empty, when I activate this feature with a key.


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07-28-2013 01:07 AM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
Sry to "re-open" this post but :

Jasit,
Many thanks for your help, it works like a charm !

./Kriss
10-10-2013 12:15 AM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
thanks for the feedback.
10-10-2013 12:38 AM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
Many clients ask for this feature as well to forward to different phone numbers pre-set on a DSS key .
In this case the light turns on when the button forward I pressed but in fact it toggles the last known forward state in Broadsoft.
If it is possible in the near feature to create a button with a preset forward number and a Lamp sign with that button on the phone then this will solve a lot of problems Hosted VoIP still has such as Night service with light indication.
So yes please …. 
10-31-2013 07:37 PM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
(07-22-2013 08:59 PM)industriecontact Wrote:  Dear Yealink Support,

we'd love to see this feature in a future firmware version as well.
Currently there's no way to alter the forward destination than by wading through a set of menu entries.

It would be VERY nice to change the forward destination with a single key stroke or with an action URI.

Please contact your product department repeatedly until they implement this feature! ;-)

Hi industriecontact,

You can using action URI to change the forward destination.
1. Please first fill the trust IP address in the phone first.
(Enter the webpage->Phone->Features->Remote Control Security, fill the trust IP address in the "Trusted Action URI Server List")

2. Open a brower, then fill in the below syntax
http://phoneIP/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?forward=set&Forward_always_enable=x&Forward_always_target=xxx

[Note]
(1) "forward=set" means this is forward setting, and can be set follow by many & .
(2) You can set many parameters such as: Forward_always_enable、Forward_always_target、Forward_busy_enable、Forward_busy_tar​get、Forward_noanswer_enable、Forward_noanswer_target
(3) Forward_always_enable=x, x=0 means disable always forward; x=1 means enable always forward. And so on.

For example:

Code:
http://10.2.20.61/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?forward=set&Forward_always_enable=1&Forward_always_target=533

That means always forwards is on and forward to 533.
(This post was last modified: 03-25-2014 11:01 AM by Yealink Support.)
11-04-2013 04:43 PM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
It's possible to "auto clear" Forward' destination with Action URL, HTTP server and small script.
1. Set HTTP server IP in Trusted Action URI Server List of the phones.
2. In phone's config: Action URL -> Always Forward Off set: "http://ser.ver.ip.addr/Forward_off.php?ip=$ip"
3. on http server place this script named Forward_off.php:
Code:
<?php
function push2phone($server,$phone)
{
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, "http://admin:pass@".$phone."/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?forward=set&Forward_always_enable=0&Forward_always_target=");
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0);
curl_exec($ch);
curl_close($ch);
}
$ip = $_REQUEST['ip'];
push2phone("ser.ver.ip.addr",$ip);
// insert real server IP in above line
?>

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11-09-2013 05:21 AM
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RE: DSSKey and Call Forward
Hi,

we really would love to have this feature, dircetly accessible to the user. I mean, changing the forward destination ("Forward_always_target") on a DSS-Key, as easy as all the other DSS-Key configurations, which can be done by the user himself, via the phone or via the webinterface of the phone or via provisioning DSS-Keys.

Keep up the great work
Best regards Frank


(11-04-2013 04:43 PM)Yealink Support Wrote:  
(07-22-2013 08:59 PM)industriecontact Wrote:  Dear Yealink Support,

we'd love to see this feature in a future firmware version as well.
Currently there's no way to alter the forward destination than by wading through a set of menu entries.

It would be VERY nice to change the forward destination with a single key stroke or with an action URI.

Please contact your product department repeatedly until they implement this feature! ;-)

Hi industriecontact

You can using action URI to change the forward destination.
1. Please first fill the trust IP address in the phone first.
(Enter the webpage->Phone->Features->Remote Control Security, fill the trust IP address in the "Trusted Action URI Server List")

2. Open a brower, then fill in the below syntax
http://phoneIP/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?forward=set&Forward_always_enable=x&Forward_always_target=xxx

[Note]
(1) "forward=set" means this is forward setting, and can be set follow by many & .
(2) You can set many parameters such as: Forward_always_enable、Forward_always_target、Forward_busy_enable、Forward_busy_tar​get、Forward_noanswer_enable、Forward_noanswer_target
(3) Forward_always_enable=x, x=0 means disable always forward; x=1 means enable always forward. And so on.

For example:

http://10.2.20.61/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?...target=533

That means always forwards is on and forward to 533.

Hi,

we really would love to have this feature, dircetly accessible to the user. I mean, changing the forward destination ("Forward_always_target") on a DSS-Key, as easy as all the other DSS-Key configurations, which can be done by the user himself, via the phone or via the webinterface of the phone or via provisioning DSS-Keys.

Keep up the great work
Best regards Frank


(11-04-2013 04:43 PM)Yealink Support Wrote:  
(07-22-2013 08:59 PM)industriecontact Wrote:  Dear Yealink Support,

we'd love to see this feature in a future firmware version as well.
Currently there's no way to alter the forward destination than by wading through a set of menu entries.

It would be VERY nice to change the forward destination with a single key stroke or with an action URI.

Please contact your product department repeatedly until they implement this feature! ;-)

Hi industriecontact

You can using action URI to change the forward destination.
1. Please first fill the trust IP address in the phone first.
(Enter the webpage->Phone->Features->Remote Control Security, fill the trust IP address in the "Trusted Action URI Server List")

2. Open a brower, then fill in the below syntax
http://phoneIP/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?forward=set&Forward_always_enable=x&Forward_always_target=xxx

[Note]
(1) "forward=set" means this is forward setting, and can be set follow by many & .
(2) You can set many parameters such as: Forward_always_enable、Forward_always_target、Forward_busy_enable、Forward_busy_tar​get、Forward_noanswer_enable、Forward_noanswer_target
(3) Forward_always_enable=x, x=0 means disable always forward; x=1 means enable always forward. And so on.

For example:

http://10.2.20.61/cgi-bin/cgiServer.exx?...target=533

That means always forwards is on and forward to 533.
(This post was last modified: 03-24-2014 08:20 PM by Frank Drews.)
03-24-2014 08:20 PM
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