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We are trying to block out the user from changing any of the settings in any Snom phone with the exception of the DHCP or Static IP address.

 

Basically, when a phone is shipped to a user, it needs to be completly locked down and the user is not allow access to the phone.

 

Can this be done via Auto Provisioning?

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We are trying to block out the user from changing any of the settings in any Snom phone with the exception of the DHCP or Static IP address.

 

Basically, when a phone is shipped to a user, it needs to be completly locked down and the user is not allow access to the phone.

 

Can this be done via Auto Provisioning?

 

Just put in a administrator PIN in there that the user does not know and choose a HTTP password that the user does not know. Then accessing the phones should be pretty difficult.

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Just put in a administrator PIN in there that the user does not know and choose a HTTP password that the user does not know. Then accessing the phones should be pretty difficult.

 

We tried that and someone made their network 'Static'... when the phone booted up it, it failed to get DHCP and gave them access to the phone. It allowed them to configure the account, registrar, password and outbound proxy.

 

Is there anyway we can block the phone from being changed except from pbxnsip?

OR

Is there any secret way of only allowing the user to get to the IP Address of the configuration e.g. DCHP or Static IP Address.

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We tried that and someone made their network 'Static'... when the phone booted up it, it failed to get DHCP and gave them access to the phone. It allowed them to configure the account, registrar, password and outbound proxy.

 

Is there anyway we can block the phone from being changed except from pbxnsip?

OR

Is there any secret way of only allowing the user to get to the IP Address of the configuration e.g. DCHP or Static IP Address.

 

For experience if you are running release 7.1.30 or higher, you put an administrator PIN or a HTTP password without telling users. They would not able to change anything of the phone.

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Where in the XML file do you set the admin password?

 

Normally the User = the extension number of the account which was auto provisioned and the password is the SIP password from the account.

 

If you don't hand out the SIP password then they will never enter the phone (unless they crack it)

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Normally the User = the extension number of the account which was auto provisioned and the password is the SIP password from the account.

 

If you don't hand out the SIP password then they will never enter the phone (unless they crack it)

 

 

I was thinking on "admin" on the phone.

After updating to 7.1.33 the phone says "admin password not set"

I would like that to be removed - to set the admin PW

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