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Hi all,

 

I have a Cisco 7960 phone that I am attempting to provision through the Plug and Play functionality of pbxnsip. I am getting the following error, is there anything I can do to resolve this or is this information hard coded into the pbxnsip software? We are currently using version 'pbxctrl-centos5-3.4.0.3201'.

 

[8] 2009/08/31 22:02:54: Could not identify phone vendor for MAC 00146A4D331A

 

Thanks,

 

Tim

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Hi all,

 

I have a Cisco 7960 phone that I am attempting to provision through the Plug and Play functionality of pbxnsip. I am getting the following error, is there anything I can do to resolve this or is this information hard coded into the pbxnsip software? We are currently using version 'pbxctrl-centos5-3.4.0.3201'.

 

[8] 2009/08/31 22:02:54: Could not identify phone vendor for MAC 00146A4D331A

 

Thanks,

 

Tim

 

Looks like we do not have added that to the mac address range for the cisco's mac address range in the pnp.xml. Temporarily, you can keep the custom pnp.xml with your mac address added to the range and restart the PBX service. Let's know if you do know have a copy of the pnp.xml

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Looks like we do not have added that to the mac address range for the cisco's mac address range in the pnp.xml. Temporarily, you can keep the custom pnp.xml with your mac address added to the range and restart the PBX service. Let's know if you do know have a copy of the pnp.xml

 

I have a "pnp_parms" directory with a bunch of .xml files in it, but I do not see a pnp.xml file. Is there a way to make the system spit this file out or where can I download it from?

 

Tim

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here is what the default pnp.xml file looks like

 

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<plug-and-play>
 <file name="sep_cnf.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!SEP([0-9A-F]{12})\.cnf\.xml!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Cisco 79x1</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="polycom_master.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!^(0004f2[0-9a-f]{6})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Polycom, Inc.</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="polycom_phone.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!polycom_phone_([0-9a-f]{12})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Polycom, Inc.</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="spa_phone.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!spa962.cfg([0-9A-F]{12})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Linksys SPAxxx</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="snom320_6.txt" encoding="ascii">
<pattern>!snom3[26]0-([0-9A-F]{12})\.htm!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>snom</vendor>
<model>snom320</model>
<pnp-vendor>snom</pnp-vendor>
<pnp-content-type>application/url</pnp-content-type>
<pnp-url>https://{IP-Adr}:{HTTPS-Port}/{Model}.htm</pnp-url>
 </file>
</plug-and-play>

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here is what the default pnp.xml file looks like

 

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<plug-and-play>
 <file name="sep_cnf.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!SEP([0-9A-F]{12})\.cnf\.xml!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Cisco 79x1</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="polycom_master.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!^(0004f2[0-9a-f]{6})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Polycom, Inc.</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="polycom_phone.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!polycom_phone_([0-9a-f]{12})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Polycom, Inc.</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="spa_phone.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>!spa962.cfg([0-9A-F]{12})\.cfg!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>Linksys SPAxxx</vendor>
 </file>
 <file name="snom320_6.txt" encoding="ascii">
<pattern>!snom3[26]0-([0-9A-F]{12})\.htm!\1!</pattern>
<vendor>snom</vendor>
<model>snom320</model>
<pnp-vendor>snom</pnp-vendor>
<pnp-content-type>application/url</pnp-content-type>
<pnp-url>https://{IP-Adr}:{HTTPS-Port}/{Model}.htm</pnp-url>
 </file>
</plug-and-play>

 

Ehh that is a pretty old file...

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