Remove/reconfigure an Aastra phone from an Asterisk/FreePBX installation

By jbayer - Last updated: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - Save & Share - 2 Comments

During my initial setup and configuration of our new VOIP system, I had to remove a phone from the system several times.  After doing so several times, I have been able to remove a phone in less than a minute.

To totally remove an Aastra phone from an Asterisk/FreePBX configuration, you need to remove the following files:

/tftpboot/mac_address.cfg
/var/cache/aastra/old_exten.context

and then edit the file:

/var/cache/aastra/startup_asterisk.cfg

and delete the section which referred to the old device.  The file contains a section for each device which has been registered with the system, each section is started with the device id surrounded by brackets.

If you are also using FTP to support your phones, you will need to delete the same files from the ftp directory.

Finally, restore the phone to factory defaults

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2 Responses to “Remove/reconfigure an Aastra phone from an Asterisk/FreePBX installation”

Comment from Christina
Time July 20, 2011 at 7:00 am

Hi,

Im installing VOIP on bp250

1. can i get BP documentation ( the technical manua)

2. When trying to load license file to ipu it says failed but trying with collegues laptopit loads. i’ve tryedto change my laptot i get the same problems.

Will appreciate your assistance.

Comment from jbayer
Time July 25, 2011 at 3:11 pm

I don’t know what a “bp250” is.
I have no idea what BP documentation is?
And I know nothing about what sort of license file you are referring to?

Sorry

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