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how do i set that when i provision phones using HTTP that i should be able to also add a background image of the company to the phone?

the phones in question are IP550, IP600, IP601

 

It is a little bit tricky. If we provision those images, then all phones will get them (is there any way to tell what phone model it is?!). We don't have any model differentiation for Polycom; all phones are treated the same. If we provision large images then the lower-end models might run out of memory...

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maybe we can get this working soon!

 

 

check this out copy from polycom:

 

http://knowledgebase.polycom.com/kb/search...1%200%204730251

 

 

Description

 

 

 

This white paper provides instructions on how to add a background logo to allSoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones in your organization.

 

 

This information applies to SoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones

running bootROM versions 2.x or later and SIP application version 1.x or later.

 

 

Introduction

You can add your company’s logo as the background logo of all SoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones in your organization. One bitmap file is required for each model; however, SoundPoint IP 301 phones do not support bitmap logos.

 

Model Width Height Color Depth

IP 300/301 n/a n/a n/a

IP 430 94 23 monochrome

IP 500/501 114 51 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

IP 600/601 209 109 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

IP 4000 150 33 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

 

Logos smaller than described in the table above are acceptable, but larger logos may be truncated or interfere with other areas of the user interface.

 

The SoundPoint IP 500/501/600/601 phones only support the four colors listed below. Any other colors will be approximated.

 

The SoundStation IP 4000 phone only supports black and white. Any other

colors will be rendered as either black or white.

 

Color RGB Values (Decimal) RGB Values (Hexadecimal)

Black 0,0,0 00,00,00

Dark Gray 96,96,96 60,60,60

Light Gray 160,160,160 A0,A0,A0

White 255,255,255 FF,FF,FF

 

 

Configuration File Changes

Warning: Polycom recommends that you create another file with your organization’s

modifications. If you must change any Polycom templates, back them up first.

For more information, refer to the “Configuration File Management on SoundPoint®

IP Phones” whitepaper at www.polycom.com/support/voip/.

 

Note: Use an XML editor to edit the configuration file.

 

In the <bitmaps> section of sip.cfg, find the end of each model's bitmap list and

add your bitmap to the end; do not include the .bmp extension:

 

<bitmaps>

<IP_300 … />

<IP_500 … bitmap.IP_500.66.name="logo-500" />

<IP_600 … bitmap.IP_600.70.name="logo-600" />

<IP_4000 … bitmap.IP_4000.70.name="logo-4000" />

</bitmaps>

 

Next, enable the idle display feature and modify the idle display "animation"

for each model to point to your bitmap (again without the .bmp extension):

<indicators ind.idleDisplay.enabled="1">

 

<Animations>

<IP_300>

</IP_300>

<IP_500>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_500.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-500"

ind.anim.IP_500.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_500>

<IP_600>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_600.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-600"

ind.anim.IP_600.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_600>

<IP_4000>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_4000.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-4000"

ind.anim.IP_4000.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_4000>

</Animations>

</indicators>

 

Finally, edit the {MAC}.cfg file to instruct the phone to download the bitmap

files at boot time:

 

MISC_FILES="logo-500.bmp" [for SPIP 500/501 phones]

MISC_FILES="logo-600.bmp" [for SPIP 600/601 phones]

MISC_FILES="logo-4000.bmp" [for SSIP 4000 phones]

 

Many configuration-generation systems do not make it easy to customize

the contents of this file based on the model; if you are using one of

these systems, you can have all phones download all the bitmaps:

 

MISC_FILES="logo-500.bmp, logo-600.bmp, logo-4000.bmp" [for all

phones]

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maybe we can get this working soon!

 

 

check this out copy from polycom:

 

http://knowledgebase.polycom.com/kb/search...1%200%204730251

 

 

Description

 

 

 

This white paper provides instructions on how to add a background logo to allSoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones in your organization.

 

 

This information applies to SoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones

running bootROM versions 2.x or later and SIP application version 1.x or later.

 

 

Introduction

You can add your company’s logo as the background logo of all SoundPoint IP and SoundStation IP phones in your organization. One bitmap file is required for each model; however, SoundPoint IP 301 phones do not support bitmap logos.

 

Model Width Height Color Depth

IP 300/301 n/a n/a n/a

IP 430 94 23 monochrome

IP 500/501 114 51 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

IP 600/601 209 109 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

IP 4000 150 33 4-bit grayscale or monochrome

 

Logos smaller than described in the table above are acceptable, but larger logos may be truncated or interfere with other areas of the user interface.

 

The SoundPoint IP 500/501/600/601 phones only support the four colors listed below. Any other colors will be approximated.

 

The SoundStation IP 4000 phone only supports black and white. Any other

colors will be rendered as either black or white.

 

Color RGB Values (Decimal) RGB Values (Hexadecimal)

Black 0,0,0 00,00,00

Dark Gray 96,96,96 60,60,60

Light Gray 160,160,160 A0,A0,A0

White 255,255,255 FF,FF,FF

 

 

Configuration File Changes

Warning: Polycom recommends that you create another file with your organization’s

modifications. If you must change any Polycom templates, back them up first.

For more information, refer to the “Configuration File Management on SoundPoint®

IP Phones” whitepaper at www.polycom.com/support/voip/.

 

Note: Use an XML editor to edit the configuration file.

 

In the <bitmaps> section of sip.cfg, find the end of each model's bitmap list and

add your bitmap to the end; do not include the .bmp extension:

 

<bitmaps>

<IP_300 … />

<IP_500 … bitmap.IP_500.66.name="logo-500" />

<IP_600 … bitmap.IP_600.70.name="logo-600" />

<IP_4000 … bitmap.IP_4000.70.name="logo-4000" />

</bitmaps>

 

Next, enable the idle display feature and modify the idle display "animation"

for each model to point to your bitmap (again without the .bmp extension):

<indicators ind.idleDisplay.enabled="1">

 

<Animations>

<IP_300>

</IP_300>

<IP_500>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_500.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-500"

ind.anim.IP_500.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_500>

<IP_600>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_600.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-600"

ind.anim.IP_600.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_600>

<IP_4000>

<IDLE_DISPLAY ind.anim.IP_4000.38.frame.1.bitmap="logo-4000"

ind.anim.IP_4000.38.frame.1.duration="0"/>

</IP_4000>

</Animations>

</indicators>

 

Finally, edit the {MAC}.cfg file to instruct the phone to download the bitmap

files at boot time:

 

MISC_FILES="logo-500.bmp" [for SPIP 500/501 phones]

MISC_FILES="logo-600.bmp" [for SPIP 600/601 phones]

MISC_FILES="logo-4000.bmp" [for SSIP 4000 phones]

 

Many configuration-generation systems do not make it easy to customize

the contents of this file based on the model; if you are using one of

these systems, you can have all phones download all the bitmaps:

 

MISC_FILES="logo-500.bmp, logo-600.bmp, logo-4000.bmp" [for all

phones]

 

 

Good Post will Experiment with this.

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So far, we support provisioning images for color display models only.

 

So if you have VVX400 or IP670 etc. simply drop the appropriate image in the "Drop your company logo here" box under domain->logo and save. Then provision the phone. The image will be provisioned as well for both the phones, automatically using different resolutions of the same image for the different phones.

 

If it's a single phone, you can also of course go to the phone web interface and in many cases add a background image there.

 

I hope it helps.

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