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Pbxnsip 3.3.0.3156 snom 320 Auto provisioning not working


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hi there,

 

i just upgraded to the new version to get INTERCOM working. Unfortunately i am stepping into more other problems.

 

After the upgrade to 3.3.0.3156 the PnP page was totally messed up. I went ahead and deleted the whole directory pnp_parmes and restarted the server.

This solved my prob with the PnP page.

 

After i RESET one of my SNOM 320 (firmware 7.3.14) phones its seems to `Checking for Configuration...` and then I have the following message on the display:

 

Prov.request
attemp: 20 (counting down till 0)

 

The result is a un-provisioned phone. These phones were provisioning with version pbxctrl-darwin9.0-3.2.0.3143

 

I also tried to reload the firmware, which worked but still could not get the phone provisioned.

 

I tried this with `Trust MAC addresses for PnP` set to ON and OFF. Still no luck.

 

attached my PnP Page.

 

logfile with http, tftp, SNMP and general events on (Log level 9)

voice:~ root# tail -f /Library/Logs/Pbxnsip-error.log 
[9] 20090311174302: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:49255
[1] 20090311174302: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311174440: Last message repeated 2 times
[5] 20090311174440: Web Server: File snom_3xx.xml not found
[2] 20090311174505: load: Index domain not set
[2] 20090311174510: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311174510: Remote site closed the connection
[9] 20090311174520: Last message repeated 2 times
[5] 20090311174520: Web Server: File snom_3xx.xml not found
[9] 20090311174520: Remote site closed the connection
[9] 20090311174544: Last message repeated 5 times
[5] 20090311174544: Web Server: File snom_3xx.xml not found
[9] 20090311174616: Remote site closed the connection
[5] 20090311174619: Web Server: File tftp/style.css not found
[5] 20090311174619: Web Server: File tftp/img/gradient1.gif not found
[5] 20090311174619: Web Server: File tftp/img/gradient5.gif not found
[5] 20090311174619: Web Server: File tftp/img/login.gif not found
[5] 20090311174619: Web Server: File tftp/img/gradient4.gif not found
[5] 20090311174620: Web Server: File tftp/img/login_head.gif not found
[8] 20090311174620: Remove http session fvmy0fstmmey0s3cjk1a
[9] 20090311174649: Remote site closed the connection
[8] 20090311174958: HTTP client: Connect to 75.150.83.3:443
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:54734
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:54735
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:54734
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:54735
[1] 20090311175010: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311175010: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:63376
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:63377
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:63376
[9] 20090311175010: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:63377
[1] 20090311175010: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311180452: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:57836
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:57837
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:57836
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:57837
[1] 20090311180452: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311180452: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:61332
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:61333
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:61332
[9] 20090311180452: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:61333
[1] 20090311180452: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311180529: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:61200
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:61201
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:61200
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:61201
[1] 20090311180529: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311180529: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:59168
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on 0.0.0.0:59169
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:59168
[9] 20090311180529: UDP: Opening socket on [::]:59169
[1] 20090311180529: UDP: TOS could not be set
[1] 20090311180913: Last message repeated 2 times
[9] 20090311180913: Remote site closed the connection

 

called in support, unfortunately good old christian seems to be the only who knows ;(

 

to less information here:

http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Release_...3#Plug_and_play

 

 

 

thanx reco

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In version 3.3, we are doing some neccessary changes. The good old MAC-address based config only works if the phones are in the LAN and the server can see the MAC address on the cable (layer 2). Otherwise, you have to provide the username/password in the phone (see http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Snom#Set...name.2FPassword). Probably that hanging is because of this.

 

Also, consider using the latest 3.3.0.3160 version, http://pbxnsip.com/protect/pbxctrl-3.3.0.3160.exe.

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hi there,

 

after installing version 3160 provisioning over http authentication works.

 

on your phone webadmin got to

 

Advanced / QoS/Security

 

HTTP Client:

User: ext@domain

pwd: your pwd

 

 

after a reset of the phone those settings get deleted.

the wiki mentions there is an option `username/password required` which should provision phones based on their mac address without http authentication.

 

i cannot find that option in 3160 and there is not reference on the wiki.

 

thanx christof

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hi pbxnsip

 

On Tab: Admin / PnP

I have Trust MAC addresses for PnP: ON

 

I still do not get my phone provisioned after a reset (which deletes login data).

 

I am sure i have the MAC address correct on the registration tab of the Account.

 

thanx christof

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On Tab: Admin / PnP

I have Trust MAC addresses for PnP: ON

 

I still do not get my phone provisioned after a reset (which deletes login data).

 

I am sure i have the MAC address correct on the registration tab of the Account.

 

Oh, are you using MAC? Grrrrr. MAC does not have /proc/net/arp... The PBX now needs to find out what MAC is what IP address. That little part is missing in the BSD implementation yet!

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i see....

 

is this something i could install with mac port?

 

thanx

 

Here is the latest Mac OS build http://pbxnsip.com/protect/pbx-darwin9.0-3.3.0.3163.zip.

Please set, on the PBX, the MAC address of the phone under the registration tab. Also, on the snom phone's "Settings URL", set the PBX's IP address(no need to put 'http' in front or the port info or .../provisioning/snom320_macaddr.htm)

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