The supported devices are expected to work across upgrades and phone features should work on the latest version.

The supported devices page lists, for each vendor, a table that shows the various features supported by Wazo. Here’s an example:

  Model X Model Y Model Z
Provisioning Y Y Y
Directory XIVO N Y Y
Funckeys 0 2 8
  Supported programmable keys
User with supervision function Y Y Y

The rows have the following meaning:

Is the device supported by the auto-provisioning system?
Is the device supported by the high availability system?
Directory XiVO
Is the device supported by the remote directory? In other word, is it possible to consult the XiVO’s remote directory from the device?

How many function keys can be configured on the device from the Wazo web interface?

The number of function keys that can be configured on a device is not necessarily the same as the number of physical function keys the device has. For example, an Aastra 6757i has 12 physical keys but you can configure 30 function keys because of the page system.

Inside a table, the following legend is used:

  • Y = Yes / Supported
  • N = No / Not supported
  • NT = Not tested
  • NYT = Not yet tested

Each table also contains a section about the supported function keys. In that section, the following legend can also be used:

  • FK = Funckey
  • SK = SoftKey
  • HK = HardKey
  • MN = Menu

Function keys work using the extensions in Services ‣ Extensions. It is important to enable the function keys you want to use. Also, the enable transfer option in the user configuration services tab must be enabled to use transfer function keys.