Auto Provision Yeastar TA FXS Gateways (PnP Method)

This topic describes how to auto provision Yeastar TA FXS gateways that are located in the same local network as Yeastar P-Series PBX System.

Supported gateway models

  • TA100, TA200
  • TA400, TA800
  • TA1600, TA2400, TA3200


Make sure that the TA gateway is in the same network segment as the PBX, or the PBX cannot detect the TA gateway.
Note: A factory Yeastar TA FXS gateway is in DHCP network mode. You can connect an analog phone to any FXS port, dial *** and follow the voice prompt to check the IP address.


  1. Power on the PBX first, then power on the gateway.
  2. RESET the TA gateway if it is previously used.
  3. Log in to PBX web portal, go to Auto Provisioning > Gateways.

    The gateway list displays all the discovered gateways with their related information including model, MAC address, IP address, etc.

    Note: Restart the gateways if they are not discovered and displayed on the gateway provisioning list.
  4. Click beside the desired gateway to configure it.
    1. In the Options section, configure the following settings.
      • Template: Select a desired template from the drop-down list.
        Note: The template provides configurations except extension assignment. You can select the default template corresponding to the gateway model, or customize your own template. For more information, see Create a Custom Auto Provisioning Template.
      • Provisioning Method: Select PnP (In the Office).

        A provisioning server URL is generated automatically and displayed on the web page.

    2. Assign an extension for each port on gateway.
      1. In the Port Range field, select the port range to assign extensions.
      2. In the Start Extension and End Extension field, select the extension range to assign to the specified ports.
      3. Click Assign Extension.

        The ports with assigned extensions are displayed below.

        Tip: If your desired extension is not listed in the drop-down list, you can check if the extension has been associated with other IP phone or gateway.

    3. In the Preference section, configure the settings as your need.
      • Key as Send: Assign the pound key (“#”) or asterisk key (“*”) as the send key.
      • SIP VoIPServer IDX: Select a VoIP server template ID to be provisioned.
        Note: SIP VoIPServer IDX is not applicable for TA100 and TA200.
      • Admin Password: Set the password for logging in to the gateway web interface.
      • LAN Settings: Select the checkbox and configure a static IP address for gateway to ensure that the gateway can always be accessed by the PBX system.
        • IP Address: Enter the IP address that is assigned to the gateway.
        • Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask.
        • Gateway: Enter the gateway address.
        • Preferred DNS Server: Enter the IP address of preferred DNS server.
        • Alternative DNS Server: Optional. Enter the IP address of alternative DNS server.
        • IP Address 2: Optional. Enter a second IP address for the gateway.
          Note: According to your network environment, you may need to set another IP address to allow users in different IP segment to access the gateway.
        • Subnet Mask 2: Optional. Enter another subnet mask for the second IP address.
        The following figure shows you an example of Static IP configuration.

    4. In the Codecs section, select your preferred codec list for the gateway.
  5. Click Save.

    The PBX prompts you whether to reboot the gateway.

  6. Click OK to reboot the gateway to apply the configurations.


  • The configurations will be automatically applied to the gateways after reboot:
    • The specified extensions will be registered on the corresponding ports of TA gateway.
  • The extension registration status of provisioned phones is displayed on Extension and Trunk > Extension.
    • : The assigned extension is registered on the gateway.
    • : The assigned extension is unregistered on the gateway.