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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

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Batch Configuration

Batch Configuration

This section describes how to configure eSpace 8950s in batches using DHCP Option 246.

Prerequisites

You have prepared the following items:
  • HTTP file server

    For details about how to configure an HTTP file server, see Setting Up an HTTP Server.

  • DHCP server
  • Version file, configuration file (Config-eSpace8950.xml), signal tone file and certificate file of the target version for the specific phone model. For details, see .
  • (Optional) DNS server

    To use domain names in file URLs, prepare a DNS server. For details about how to configure a DNS server, see Setting Up the AD and DNS Servers.

NOTICE:
Ensure that Automatic Deployment (enabled by default) has been enabled for eSpace 8950s. For details about how to enable Automatic Deployment, see Automatic Upgrade.

Context

After being connected to the DHCP server and powered on, eSpace 8950 sends a request to the DHCP server for an IP address. In response, the DHCP server returns an IP address, together with the URL of the UPF file (containing the addresses of the configuration file and the file server) carried in the Option 246 parameter. eSpace 8950 then obtains the configuration file from the file server to update its configuration. If the UPF file also specifies other files (for example, firmware version file) to update, eSpace 8950 also obtains these files for configuration update.

Procedure

  1. Modify the configuration file.

    In the configuration file, set related parameters (see Table 4-2 for detailed parameter descriptions) based on the actual network environment. For details about the other parameters, see the .

    Table 4-2  Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    UC2.X

    IMS+UC

    IMS

    Phone.Environment

    NetworkingEnvironment

    Indicates the network environment.

    0

    6

    9

    Phone.Server

    PrimaryRegServerAddress

    Indicates the address of the active registrar server.

    Enter the address of the active registrar server with which the phone account is registered.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    This parameter is set by the administrator.

    PrimaryRegServerPort

    Indicates the port number of the active registrar server.

    Enter the port number of the active registrar server with which the phone account is registered.

    Default: 5060

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    This parameter is set by the administrator.

    CallOutProxyServerAddress

    Indicates the address of the active proxy server.

    Optional.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    This parameter is set by the administrator.

    CallOutProxyServerPort

    Indicates the port number of the active proxy server.

    Optional.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    This parameter is set by the administrator.

    PrimaryAAServerAddress

    Indicates the address of the active AA server.

    N/A.

    Enter the address of the active AA server.

    N/A.

    PrimaryAAServerPort

    Indicates the port number of the active AA server.

    N/A.

    Enter the port number of the active AA server.

    Default: 8081

    N/A.

    PrimaryEAddrServerAddress

    Indicates the address of the directory server.

    Enter the address of the active directory server.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the U-Portal server.

    PrimaryEAddrServerPort

    Indicates the port number of the active directory server.

    Enter the port number of the active directory server.

    Default: 80

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    N/A.

    ImageServer

    primaryAddr

    Indicates the address of the profile picture server.

    N/A.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the U-Portal server.

    primaryPort

    Indicates the port number of the profile picture server.

    N/A.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    N/A.

    Access.Sntp

    URL

    Indicates the NTP server address.

    Enter the URL or IP address in dotted decimal notation of the NTP server.

    Enter the URL or IP address in dotted decimal notation of the NTP server.

    This parameter is set by the administrator.

    NOTE:
    If you only need to deliver part of the configurations in the configuration file, add the MFlag="1" field to the configuration items to deliver.

    Assuming that the original fields in the configuration file are as follows:

    <Lang language="zh-CN"/>
    <CallOut enableCallout="0"/>
    If you want to change language to en-US and no longer deliver the CallOut configuration, change the configuration file as follows:
    <Lang MFlag="1" language="en-US"/>
    <CallOut enableCallout="0"/>

    After the change, only the lang configuration is delivered and the language is changed to English.

  2. Place the files to upgrade into the file server's default directory, for example, C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs. The files include the version file, configuration file, signal tone, and certificate files.
  3. Prepare a UPF file. For details, see Preparing a UPF File.

  4. Set the Option 246 parameter of the DHCP server (configured on the Windows Server 2008) to the UPF file URL. For details about how to set the Option 246 parameter, see Setting Option 246 Parameters.

    • The URL specified by the Option 246 parameter prevails, even when different URLs are set in other parameters.
    • The URL for the UPF file must contain the name of the UPF file and must not contain spaces or Chinese characters.

    Table 4-3 lists different settings of the Option 246 parameter.

    Table 4-3  Option 246 parameter settings
    Value Format Example
    IP upfprofile.address=http://HTTP server IP address/UPF file directory/UPF file name, for example,
    IP:port upfprofile.address=http://HTTP server IP address:HTTP server port number/UPF file directory/UPF file name, for example,
    Domain name upfprofile.address=http://HTTP server domain name/UPF file directory/UPF file name, for example,
    Domain name:port upfprofile.address=http://HTTP server domain name:HTTP server port number/UPF file directory/UPF file name, for example,

  5. Power on all eSpace 8950s to be deployed.

    All eSpace eSpace 8950s automatically obtain their IP addresses and download desired UPF files. According to the upgrade file directory specified in the UPF file, eSpace 8950s upgrade their versions and download configuration files for batch configuration.

Result

Log in to an IP phone using the configured account and dial *125. If you can hear the announcement telling you the number of this IP phone, the IP phone is successfully configured. It is recommended that you conduct call tests on some eSpace 8950s. Specifically, access the phone web page and check whether the displayed configuration information is the same as that in the configuration file. If the configuration information is different, the configurations of some eSpace 8950s fail. The possible cause is that the server cannot handle all the requests sent simultaneously from eSpace 8950s. In this case, restart eSpace 8950s that encounter the configuration failure and configure them again.
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Updated: 2018-09-12

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