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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

Provides information about deployment, operate and maintain the Video Phone.
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Number Provisioning

Number Provisioning

This section describes how to provision numbers using DHCP Option 246.

Prerequisites

  • HTTP file server

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

  • DHCP server
  • (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.

  • You have obtained the MAC addresses, SIP accounts, and passwords for the IP phones to have numbers provisioned, and prepared a mapping worksheet of such information.
  • You have obtained the universal configuration files of the IP phones.
NOTICE:
Ensure that Automatic Deployment (enabled by default) has been enabled for eSpace 8950s. For details about how to enable Automatic Deployment, see .

Context

After being powered on, the IP phone obtains the file server address through the Option 246 cfg.address field, combines the file server address with the IP phone's MAC address to obtain the configuration file address, and downloads the corresponding configuration file from the server to update its configuration. In this way, number provisioning is completed.

Procedure

  1. Modify the configuration file.

    Set parameters by referring to Table 4-4 according to the network environment. For other parameters that are not listed in Table 4-4, see the .

    Table 4-4  Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    UC2.X

    IMS+UC

    IMS

    UIEMUser

    UserNO

    Indicates the SIP account.

    Enter the SIP account.

    Enter the SIP account.

    Enter the SIP account.

    UserName

    Indicates the user name.

    Enter the user name corresponding to the number.

    Enter the user name corresponding to the number.

    Enter the user name corresponding to the number.

    PassWord

    Indicates the SIP password.

    Enter the SIP password, which is displayed in plaintext.

    Enter the SIP password, which is displayed in plaintext.

    Enter the SIP password, which is displayed in plaintext.

    isLogOut

    Indicates the flag of automatic login upon a phone restart.

    0

    0

    0

    isStorePasswd

    Indicates whether to remember the password.

    1

    1

    1

    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.

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

    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.

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

    Default: 5060

    CallOutProxyServerAddress

    Indicates the address of the active proxy server.

    Optional.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Optional.

    CallOutProxyServerPort

    Indicates the port number of the active proxy server.

    Optional.

    The setting is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Optional.

    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.

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

  2. Name each configuration file after the MAC address (uppercase) of the corresponding IP phone, for example, E468A3590777, and place the configuration files to the default directory (C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs as an example) of the file server.
  3. Set the Option 246 parameter of the DHCP server (deployed on the Windows Server 2008) to the file server address, in format of cfg.address=http://server IP/folder name, for example, cfg.address=http://10.166.102.110/directory/.
  4. Power on all IP phones.

Result

The IP phone combines the obtained file server address with its MAC address to obtain the configuration file address, for example, cfg.address=http://10.166.102.110/directory/E468A3590777.xml. Then, the IP phone obtains the configuration file from this address. The configuration file takes effect after the phone restart.
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Updated: 2018-09-12

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