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  1. Find a Device using its MAC Address Trying to track down who stole that phone out of the storage room, or off your desk? Here’s how to search for it, using its MAC address: Open the Provisioner Doc Use the Search field and enter the known MAC address there. NOTE: Advanced Provisioner will only find these phones if they were provisioned originally through its application. If a phone was provisioned through SmartPBX or Callflows, it will not find the MAC address.
  2. PBX Connector – Free PBX Hello! This is a little step by step guide for using the PBX Connector to connect to a legacy FreePBX Box. This is just a little for "fun" guide I cobbled together, thought I would share with the community. If you have an old FreePBX box with a bunch of FXS cards that you do not want to part with you can use this to create a SIP Trunk between your new KAZOO services and your legacy gear, making the move to newer cloud services easier. First open PBX Connector and Select FreePBX Do you want to authenticate this PBX with a Static IP or Domain, select NO –Copy the username, password and realm. That information will be needed for the FreePBX configuration. Change the invite format to SIP_Username@Realm - Then hit submit Simply add the numbers you wish to use on the other PBX and you are now done with this side of the configuration. Once logged into your legacy FreePBX system, go to Connectivity>Trunks Add new chan_pjsip trunk - Name it whatever you would like. Set the caller ID if you would like as well. Go to PJSIP Settings put in the username, secret (password) SIP server (realm) and SIP server port (5060) - Submit and apply settings, the trunk is now added but not functional until inbound and outbound routes are set. --------- Below are examples of routes you could do in FreePBX that you will need in order to make and receive calls via PBX Connector on FreePBX, these obviously will change based on your specific needs but the example should work in most use cases. Connectivity>Outbound Routes>Add new route Name the route (example 10 Digits) , select your new trunk to tie this outbound rule to your trunk. Add your dial pattern from the Dial Pattern tab – Submit and apply (repeat for various other outbound rules – examples, 911, Long Distance, Toll Free, International) Connectivity>Inbound Routes>New Route You can simply set this to ANY and ANY to route any number you assign to the system to a specific spot, or you can set each DID one at a time to go to specific spots. Submit and Apply Now, you should be able to make and receive calls to your legacy FreePBX box.
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