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Old 08-01-2016, 02:44 PM
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Default Assigning a group ID to a SIP phone

The only way I know if to assign a group ID to a SIP phone is locally via the craft menu. Does anyone know a way to do it via the DHCP 242 option set or in settings file by subnet?

We've launched a number of small locations with SIP phones. It requires us to send out a tech to set the group ID on the phone so we can assign specific 46xxsettings file options.We would like to make the sites more of a self deploy. Ship phones to the location and only require the people there to plug them in.

If anyone has any thoughts, please feel free to share.

Thank you
J.
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