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Darcy Primrose
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While auto provisioning Linksys products, a file "spa_phone.txt" is generated in the Generated/{mac} directory. If we place this file in the html directory, the phone will receive this file but it does not get any of the parameters required for provisioning. How can this be accomplished with the linksys product or better yet, how can we affect change on the parameters generated in the "generated/{mac}/spa_phone.txt" file, that would be the ideal scenario. Specifically, we are looking at passwords and dial plans.

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While auto provisioning Linksys products, a file "spa_phone.txt" is generated in the Generated/{mac} directory. If we place this file in the html directory, the phone will receive this file but it does not get any of the parameters required for provisioning. How can this be accomplished with the linksys product or better yet, how can we affect change on the parameters generated in the "generated/{mac}/spa_phone.txt" file, that would be the ideal scenario. Specifically, we are looking at passwords and dial plans.

 

Well, currently we are using the attached template. Ideally, if you have a improvement proposal we just add it there. We can also add PnP parameters to make the file a little bit more flexible.

spa_phone.txt

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Well, currently we are using the attached template. Ideally, if you have a improvement proposal we just add it there. We can also add PnP parameters to make the file a little bit more flexible.

 

 

We currently are doing an off board solution which provisions all the parameters we require, however, it is off board and is not a clean process. Can the attached template be modified by integrators such as The VoIP Highway. If parameters are added to the PnP file, does this require an upgrade?? Since we are a reseller of pbxnsip, we like to customize each application to suit the user.

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We currently are doing an off board solution which provisions all the parameters we require, however, it is off board and is not a clean process. Can the attached template be modified by integrators such as The VoIP Highway. If parameters are added to the PnP file, does this require an upgrade?? Since we are a reseller of pbxnsip, we like to customize each application to suit the user.

 

All you have to do is put the above file into the html directory. Then you can also make local changes there. Only if you add a PnP parameter you need to restart the system, otherwise the file drop will already do the job.

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All you have to do is put the above file into the html directory. Then you can also make local changes there. Only if you add a PnP parameter you need to restart the system, otherwise the file drop will already do the job.

 

 

Yes I realize that, it then takes all the paramters from this file. But I loose the unique items per gateway that I require, such as the account, name etc that I get when the system uses the mac address to identify the spa2102 from the generated file. Is it possible to get the unique parameters from the generated file and the common from the html directory, I have not been able to do that, with with the spa 2102 or the snom phones.

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Yes I realize that, it then takes all the paramters from this file. But I loose the unique items per gateway that I require, such as the account, name etc that I get when the system uses the mac address to identify the spa2102 from the generated file. Is it possible to get the unique parameters from the generated file and the common from the html directory, I have not been able to do that, with with the spa 2102 or the snom phones.

 

Sure you should be able to do that. Check out the above file, there is for example {account} in the file that depends on the MAC.

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