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Old 06-07-2016, 06:23 PM
munoz103 munoz103 is offline
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Default SIP provisioning of User ID and Password?

Is it possible to be able to setup each devices' username and password via a provisioning file for my 1120e and 1140e's? Currently we've been able to upgrade firmware, set languages and other general device settings via provisioning files but the phones still require an initial login from the desk set directly. We have several hundred phones that i'm converting to SIP and would like to be able to push everyone's username and password all at once rather than visiting each desk set and trying to key in all those long and strong alpha-numeric passwords.

On my other voip sets i can do this via an xml file on the TFTP server that's named with the mac address of each device. as it boots it grabs the credentials from this file.
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Old 10-04-2016, 02:17 AM
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This is for use on Asterisk but looks like this link should get you there http://randomcontributions.blogspot....-11201140.html

The basic idea is to enable USER CONFIG using the .cfg file by adding the below:

#Allow SIPMAC.cfg files
[USER_CONFIG]
DOWNLOAD_MODE AUTO
VERSION 0101
PROTOCOL TFTP

Then create an additional file SIP<macaddress>.cfg (change macaddress for actual MAC address) - containing something like this:


DNS_DOMAIN asterisk.local
SIP_DOMAIN1 asterisk.local
SERVER_IP1_1 X.X.X.X
SERVER_PORT1_1 5060
SERVER_RETRIES1 3
DEF_USER1 ASTERISK


FORCE_BANNER YES
BANNER TechSupport

AUTOLOGIN_ENABLE USE_AUTOLOGIN_ID
PROMPT_AUTHNAME_ENABLE NO
AUTOLOGIN_ID_KEY01 1006@asterisk.local
AUTOLOGIN_AUTHID_KEY01 1006

AUTOLOGIN_PASSWD_KEY01 YourExtensionPassword


VMAIL *97
VMAIL_DELAY 300
MAX_APPEARANCES 1
DEF_LANG English
DEF_AUDIO_QUALITY High
ENABLE_LLDP YES
ADMIN_PASSWORD 26567*738
ADMIN_PASSWORD_EXPIRY 0
DEF_AUDIO_QUALITY High


# Settings to disable extended AVAYA license features that prevent login
MAX_LOGINS 1
USB_HEADSET LOCK
EXP_MODULE_ENABLE NO
ENABLE_SERVICE_PACKAGE NO
IM_MODE DISABLED
AVAYA_AUTOMATIC_QoS NO
VQMON_PUBLISH NO
SIP_TLS_PORT 0
ENABLE_BT NO
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