How do you set the line partition when adding a line to UDP via Bulk Admin? I want to add 10 lines to a UDP-7965 for 7916 sidecar in bulk.
Bulk Admin > UDP > Add Lines Configuration
Contents of file: AddLines_SampleFile.txt
MAC Address,Line Index 1,Directory Number 1,Display 1,Line Text Label 1,Forward Busy External Destination 1,Forward No Answer External Destination 1,Forward No Coverage External Destination 1,Forward Busy Internal Destination 1,Forward No Answer Internal Destination 1,Forward No Coverage Internal Destination 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Ext Destination 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Int Destination 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Int Voice Mail 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Ext Voice Mail 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Ext CSS 1,Park Monitor Forward No Retrieve Int CSS 1,Park Monitoring Reversion Timer 1,Call Pickup Group 1,Party Entrance Tone 1,Log Missed Calls 1
Didn't work. I guess because Add Lines is using the UDP Template which normally is where you set the partition. Note: my CSV the column was named Route Partition 1, not Route Partition as shown in error log.
Add Lines in /common/bps/csvfiles/userdeviceprofiles/addlines/TEST-UDP-AddLinesWithPartition.csv
I have a similar problem, but for adding new lines to existing IP phones. It seems there is no way to specify the "Route Partition" field on the .CSV file, so it can be imported to add the lines, but all of them are added in the "None" Route Partition, instead of in a required specific partition
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