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edited by on March 15th 2021, at 09:28

When configuring a provisioning link (e.g. for 3CX) in DHCP server on a Draytek firewall, and are using certain phones (particular Snom), you may run into the issue where the firewall is complaining about illegal characters when attempting to add the link through the web interface.

The solution is to configure the option through the CLI. Log in using either telnet or SSH (whichever is enabled), and type:

srv dhcp option -e 1 -i 1 -c 66 -v{mac}

Take particular care to the -i option, which defines the LAN subnet to be used: in this case, 1 references LAN 1 on the Draytek.

edited by on January 7th 2020, at 11:40
It is still possible to provision the Panasonic KX-TGP500B01 on 3CX version 16 (tested with 16 update 3), even though it is deprecated, by following the instructions outlined here.

The phone template is no longer available but can be obtained by fetching it from 3CX version 14 or 15. Most people no longer have this running so as an alternative, you can grab the template from this article. The firmware files are still available for download from the 3CX website (see forementioned link).

Note that the same limitations to the phone usage apply, and with the template it is not possible to add the base station as a FXS/DECT device. Only the first handset is provisionable, additional handsets mu  ...
by on January 1st 1970, at 01:00

Although 3CX has stopped development of the standalone Mac client, the latest version (although now a bit outdated) still works and is downloadable here:

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