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Snom dies after Auto PNP deploy fix TIP


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Today we have a Snom 320 phone that refused to accept PNP auto with Buttons. remove the MAC address and you could manually set the phone up fine, place the MAC in the registration and shortly after booting you could not PING nor access the WEB of the phone. checked DHCP for odd reservation, moved phone to another switch, something was ODD. Trying to do as I preach by asking simple yes-no questions lead me to the PBX folder, assuming something was amiss I searched all XML files for the MAC address in question. Seems the MAC address of the phone that fails is in another extension config XML file in the extensions folder, I think the AVAIL field. We deleted and rebuilt that extension and VOILA' the phone would now autoprovision correctly.

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Today we have a Snom 320 phone that refused to accept PNP auto with Buttons. remove the MAC address and you could manually set the phone up fine, place the MAC in the registration and shortly after booting you could not PING nor access the WEB of the phone. checked DHCP for odd reservation, moved phone to another switch, something was ODD. Trying to do as I preach by asking simple yes-no questions lead me to the PBX folder, assuming something was amiss I searched all XML files for the MAC address in question. Seems the MAC address of the phone that fails is in another extension config XML file in the extensions folder, I think the AVAIL field. We deleted and rebuilt that extension and VOILA' the phone would now autoprovision correctly.

 

I believe this is because the plug and play mechanism requires a password. Either change the TFTP password generation or set the password on the phone (see http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Snom).

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