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Alex Kasperavicius
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Hi All --

 

I have noticed that PnP no longer works when the WAN port is active. Is this by design or is this a bug? (This is with latest SW).

 

If I were to move to TFTP only (seems like it would be easier in some respects), will pbxnsip still dynamically generate the configuration files or do I need to manually make one for each phone? :lol:

 

Thanks,

 

Alex

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Hi All --

 

I have noticed that PnP no longer works when the WAN port is active. Is this by design or is this a bug? (This is with latest SW).

 

If I were to move to TFTP only (seems like it would be easier in some respects), will pbxnsip still dynamically generate the configuration files or do I need to manually make one for each phone? :(

 

Thanks,

 

Alex

 

I am assuming this is WAN port 'also' active (i.e., both WAN and LAN are active). We have not seen any such issues so far. Any log (with the log level set to 8 and HTTP and TFTP logging enabled

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Hi All --

 

I have noticed that PnP no longer works when the WAN port is active. Is this by design or is this a bug? (This is with latest SW).

 

If I were to move to TFTP only (seems like it would be easier in some respects), will pbxnsip still dynamically generate the configuration files or do I need to manually make one for each phone? :(

 

Thanks,

 

Alex

 

Hello,

 

I will add i just setup a cs410 and could not get multicast pnp to work.

I finally just typed in the server address into the snom phones...

 

matt

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Hello,

 

I will add i just setup a cs410 and could not get multicast pnp to work.

I finally just typed in the server address into the snom phones...

 

matt

 

If the "Listen to sip.multicast.net" is set on the PBX and "Advanced->Update->PnP Config" is set on the phone, pnp should work.

BTW, you can see whether the phone sends SUBSCRIBE when you reboot the phone.

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If the "Listen to sip.multicast.net" is set on the PBX and "Advanced->Update->PnP Config" is set on the phone, pnp should work.

BTW, you can see whether the phone sends SUBSCRIBE when you reboot the phone.

 

i'm very familiar with sip.multicast.net being turned on and it is.

 

The step you missed is that i seem to need to type the http username and password in?

had to do that on our own system when going to 3.4...i don't think we should need to because not touchless...

 

matt

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