Endpoint Manager for dummies

Unfortunately you are just plain wrong. I just helped a client use epm with the features I listed above and it worked perfectly. This was ironically right when you sent this reply. Next time when you have an issue file a bug request. Or email me for free support ad I have offered many many times. Thanks :slight_smile:


I’m reporting to you what happens when I follow the directions that you’ve provided. It may be that something about my configuration is causing issues, but I’m not “plain wrong.”

I’d be happy to open a bug report. Can you provide me with some instructions on how to do so?

I don’t even know your e-mail address, so I can’t e-mail you for support.

I’m happy to work with you on these issues.

All of my testing was done on the latest (non-beta) FreePBX Distro with templates for the Aastra 6757i.

andrew (dot) nagy (at) the159 (dot) com

I look forward to your email.

It’s in your inbox. :slight_smile:

In the endpoint template manager, editing the SPA504G template, I see a “Line Options”, allowing me to configure each of its 4 lines/buttons.

When editing the SPA942, 962, 509G, which have 4,6,9 lines/buttons respectively, there is no “Line Options”, not allowing you to configure the other lines/buttons using the EPM GUI.

Is this intentional or a bug? What am I missing?


It’s intentional. I have to write these options out manually for each phone and I do not get paid for it.

Understood tm1000.

I’ve found that I can just use the 504g ‘Product Select’ foe a SPA942 and SPA962 template

ALSO - I’m confident that you do not hear it enough but THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!!!

All to often I hear ‘entitlement’ on these forums for a product that has been given to them for free!

People don’t realize the power they wield with Open Source (FREE) tools like Asterisk and FreePBX.


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