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Adding Snom D725 to PnP provisioning


ahennis@voicespring.net
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I have a Snom D725 that will not auto provision. How would I go about adding this new model of Snom to Vodia PBX.

 

The phone is looking for the following uRL.

 

http://PBX-IP-Address/prov/snom725-{mac}.htm

 

How would I add the ability to pick the D725 from the PnP drop down on the customization tab?

 

Do I need to edit the pnp.xml config file to add the D725? If I took the existing Snom 720 config from the pnp.xml file listed below, copied it and changed all instances of 720 to 725 would this work?

 

 

<file name="snom_720.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>snom720-############.htm</pattern>
<prefix>true</prefix>
<macpos>8</macpos>
<vendor>snom</vendor>
<anonymous>true</anonymous>
<protocol>tftp,http,https</protocol>
<pnp-vendor>snom</pnp-vendor>
<pnp-model>snom720</pnp-model>
<pnp-version>^[78]</pnp-version>
<pnp-content-type>application/url</pnp-content-type>
<pnp-url>{https-url}/snom720-{mac}.htm</pnp-url>
</file>
<file name="snom_720_phone.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>snom_720_phone-############.xml</pattern>
<macpos>15</macpos>
<vendor>snom</vendor>
<protocol>https</protocol>
<parameter name="snom_transport">
<display>Transport layer (UDP, TCP, TLS)</display>
<value>TLS</value>
</parameter>
</file>
<file name="snom_720_buttons.xml" encoding="xml">
<pattern>snom_720_buttons-############.xml</pattern>
<macpos>17</macpos>
<vendor>snom</vendor>
<protocol>https</protocol>
</file>

 

Regards,

Alan

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The 725 should work with 5.3.0. Please make sure that you did not make custom changes to the templates, and if you did, revert to the default and then re-do those those changes in the templates. Then the phones should work. We have 715 and 725 in our office, and once that the 765 become publicly available we will buy one and also try to integrate it.

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Thank you for your quick response.

 

Sorry, I should have mentioned we are running 5.2.5. We have 3 hosted servers. Each server has approximately 75 domains with at least 800 to 900 endpoints per server consisting of about every Snom model in existence but mostly 320, and 7xx models. Upgrading the PBX is not so trivial when it could impact hundreds of customers and thousands of endpoints.

 

Is it possible to add a new phone to the system without upgrading to 5.3.0? The D725 is very similar to the 720. Is there any documentation available on how to add a new model of phone?

 

We also are starting to deploy the M700 amd M325 DECT systems. Is there a time line on enhancing support for these models as well?

 

Regards,

Alan

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I would suggest that you use a test system before rolling this out. Also we have made changes in post-5.3.0 (5.3.0a) that will simplify the snom provisioning. The number of files was just getting out of control. Let us know if you need a head build for testing.

 

You can also add the 725 without an upgrade. Copy the 720 file and copy the entry in the pnp.xml file accordingly. Later when you upgrade, make sure that you undo those changes so that you don't end up in a mix of different versions.

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