First of all, thank you,
I allow myself to inform you however that if you set RTP Timeout to 300 in case of zero traffic on the RTP conversation would occupy the channel for another 300 seconds, I set 90.
On RTP Hold timeout setti 315.
On Voicemail Min Effective Message Time -> no minimum keep in mind that in case of analog lines or release problems you may receive non-existent messages, I put 3 seconds, for the same reason on Max Message Time I put 5 minutes.
Enable Call Features I disable it, for example for forwards (if set correctly) when the customer activates the forward will be reported both by the phone and on UCM, which is essential information for the installer, especially if it operates remotely. Idem for other services, if you leave it enabled, the phone does not communicate the “service” to the UCM because the codes would not be transparent.
With reference to the “p” for GXP21XX phones, I would add
- P135 = 1
- P26070 = 25
- P81 = 1
- P8503 = 1
- P8374 = 1 [Hide BLF Remote Status] FOR PRIVACY
- P91 = 1 [Disable Call Waiting] if not required
In the rules I would avoid to use the zero like the old switchboards, in some cases they complicate your life in the settings, and I would create a rule for each director (local, mobile, national etc…).
The SFTP data you published, I imagine are invented credentials
Last but not least, in the input rules always put the number _xxxxxxxx (I never use the Jolly characters), in case of multiple numbers on the same VoIP Manager you may have to differential the input destinations based on the number.
Obviously my/your settings are correct, it’s not my intention to correct you or to make you rethink, we are on a forum and we only exchange information.
No one is born “learned”.
It’s always subjective to program a PBX, it depends on the customer, the needs, the network infrastructure, the VoIP Manager, etc. …