Tim Posted September 30, 2008 Report Share Posted September 30, 2008 In our hosted environment, so far the PnP functionality is working very well for us in most cases. However, we have run into a couple of issues. The main problem relates to the fact that the VLAN IDs are provisioned globally. We can not set the VLAN tag on the server, because we do not have a common VLAN ID which will be set across all the clients on the server, and if we do not set a value, it erases the VLAN tag set on the phone manually. It would be nice if this can be overridden per extension or even per domain, but we would settle for just having a switch so the server does not attempt to provision the VLAN tag. We also ran into an issue where a carrier was blocking port 5061 on the TCP side, luckily they had a secondary carrier that they could route their VoIP traffic over which wasn't blocking the SIP TLS port. It would have been nice if we could change the transport method (udp, tcp, tls) per domain instead of globally on the server. There is also a small security problem in the form of an information disclosure, since the 'snom_3xx_phone.xml/admin_pin' and 'snom_m3.cfg/VOIP_SETTINGS_PIN_CODE' settings are global, they are the same for all the domains. This is not a big deal for us right now, but at some point it would be nice to set the admin pins per domain. Tim Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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