The Yealink W52P supports configuration via DHCP Option 66. If Option 66 is enabled in your network you can follow the steps in this guide to quickly and easily register your Yealink W52P to your ECN Hosted PBX service.
A quick note about DHCP Option 66: The ASCII string for DHCP Option 66 is ps.mycloudpbx.com.au. This will need to be configured on your DHCP server prior to following this guide.
Log into the My.ECN portal and locate the Hosted PBX service the phone should be registered to. The Hosted PBX service can be found in the My Services section under the Voice tab. Once you have located the service, left click on its name to be taken to its configuration page.
Please note: The Hosted PBX service you are selecting from your own account will have a different name when compared to the above example images.
After being taken to the Hosted PBX configuration page select the Offices & Users tab.
Selecting Offices & Users will take you to a new page. From this page you can edit existing offices and users, or create new ones if necessary. Locate the extension you would like to register as a Yealink W52P and left click on its name to be taken to the extension configuration page. In this example extension 101 (101) is the extension being configured.
After selecting the extension, tick the radio button for Auto Provisioning to see the options related to auto provisioning a handset. In the Phone Type field select Yealink and then select Yealink W52P. In the Mac Address field enter the Mac address of the Yealink W52P. This is found on the back of the base station or on the Status page of the phones web configuration page.
Select Save & Close at the end of the extension configuration page.
After selecting Save & Close, be sure to apply the new configuration by selecting Apply PBX Changes on the yellow banner at the top of the webpage.
The changes will take 5 minutes to apply. The yellow banner will inform you that changes are pending. Once the yellow banner has disappeared from the page (you may need to refresh the page periodically to check) you can safely assume the changes have been successfully applied. To complete the auto provisioning process reboot the Yealink W52P by removing its power source for 10 seconds and then re-connecting it. The base station will begin downloading its configuration on startup. It may reboot more than once on its own and take several minutes to complete its configuration.
Last Update: November 12, 2016