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#233494 18-Apr-2018 13:48
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Is it possible to set up two providers on one SIP phone?

 

I want to set up 2 numbers I have with WXC, and one number with 2talk.

 

I'm aware that I need to change WXC to be OpenVFX

 

The phone is  Cisco SPA504G (4 line phone)

 

Anyone done this?

 

 


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  #1998581 18-Apr-2018 14:03
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You can have up to 4 different SIP providers on a SPA504G

 

 




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  #1998619 18-Apr-2018 14:34
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Yes, thanks - I knew that tongue-out

 

Just looking for some 1st time guidance on how to configure each provider.


 
 
 
 


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  #1998680 18-Apr-2018 15:30
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You simply need to configure each one of their own line. There are 4 lines on the phone with the BLF buttons normally all mapped to line 1 if that's the only line confiured.

 

 


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  #1998961 18-Apr-2018 20:37
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The providers will have guides on setting up your devices, you just need to find such a guide or one that's close enough to your model eg:http://www.2talk.co.nz/supportview.html?doc=ciscospa122installguide or  http://www.2talk.co.nz/supportview.html?doc=cisco79xxphones

 

I'd apply the settings in that link to both phone lines, then modify the second line to the account details for WXC.  The latter doesn't seem to provide SIP setup details, only provisioning.  You might have luck by configuring the device by using WXC's provisioning, disabling that once the settings have applied then modifying the 2nd line settings to use your 2talk credentials.


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