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Tom Waterman
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OK I can get the phones to auto provision no problem. All of the settings, phone book everything is good. However, I have a couple of users that would like minor things changed on a per phone basis. So I have the xml file written for them. But what should the file name be called and where should it be placed? I was thinking it should be like this

 

snom_320_MACADDRESSS.xml and place it in the html folder but that did not work any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Tom

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OK I can get the phones to auto provision no problem. All of the settings, phone book everything is good. However, I have a couple of users that would like minor things changed on a per phone basis. So I have the xml file written for them. But what should the file name be called and where should it be placed? I was thinking it should be like this

 

snom_320_MACADDRESSS.xml and place it in the html folder but that did not work any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Tom

 

 

 

I am asking the same question, only for Polycom.

 

http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=3193

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I am asking the same question, only for Polycom.

 

http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=3193

 

Can anone tell me what to do here? I have written the custom xml and to test it I called it snom320.xml and dropped it in the html folder. All phones pick it up fine so I know it works. But I want only a single phone to use it so what do I do? Please anyone?

 

Tom

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Can anone tell me what to do here? I have written the custom xml and to test it I called it snom320.xml and dropped it in the html folder. All phones pick it up fine so I know it works. But I want only a single phone to use it so what do I do? Please anyone?

 

Well right now the only way to do this is to use the MAC address in the file. You can use the files from the "generated" directory as template and copy them into the tftp directory. But you probably have to rename them so that the MAC is included. Check out the root file (snom_300.xml), there you can give the snom_300_custom.xml file a special name (e.g. snom_300_extension_123.xml) and leave the other names as they are, they will still be automatically generated.

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