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Does the SPA303 really only support TWO accounts, even though it is a 3-line phone?

In configuring the SPA303 it seems that it only supports TWO SIP accounts, even though it is a 3-line phone.

I need three lines, each with their own SIP account ("proxy.") It seems that EXT1 and EXT2 have the field to enter the account URL, but oddly, EXT3 does not have the "proxy" field.

Is there some way to enable the "Proxy" field or to have each of the 3-lines have separate URLS so that each of the three lines can access an entirely different VOIP/SIP server?


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I think there's a bug on

I think there's a bug on basic view for third line that hides the proxy field in webpage settings for the third line.

In order to register the third line you can enable advanced view and there will appear the  "register proxy field" with many other proxy options.

Fullfill the field with proxy, save and reboot and the third line will be operational.

I solved this that way.

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