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droemel [IP Phone Provisioning]
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mkeuter [IP Phone Provisioning]
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 !!Tip ->!! If your IP Phone does not support the DHCP "​option-66"​ (tftp-server) feature, you must manually define the provisioning URL in the phone'​s web interface. Some vendors like Cisco are using additional custom DHCP options like 159 + 160.  !!Tip ->!! If your IP Phone does not support the DHCP "​option-66"​ (tftp-server) feature, you must manually define the provisioning URL in the phone'​s web interface. Some vendors like Cisco are using additional custom DHCP options like 159 + 160. 
  
-!!Tip ->!! If you need to use a different DHCP server (tested with a Windows Server 2008R2), you could also try to test DHCP option 60 (Vendor Class Identifier - sent by the phone (e.g. ''​snom300''​)) and option 43 (sent by the server) which can encapsulate the option 66 setting. The phones must be able to send option 60 and understand option 43 though (tested with Snom 300 phones with newer firmware!).\\ [[http://​www.ingmarverheij.com/​microsoft-vendor-specific-dhcp-options-explained-and-demystified/​|Link]] ((Windows-only program to encapsulate the string => at the bottom of the page)), e.g. [[http://​wiki.snom.com/​Features/​Auto_Provisioning/​DHCP/​Options|Snom options]]+!!Tip ->!! If you need to use a different DHCP server (tested with a Windows Server 2008R2), you could also try to test DHCP option 60 (Vendor Class Identifier - sent by the phone (e.g. ''​snom300''​ or ''​yealink''​)) and option 43 (sent by the server) which can encapsulate the option 66 setting. The phones must be able to send option 60 and understand option 43 though (tested with Snom 300 phones with newer firmware ​and Yealink phones!).\\ [[http://​www.ingmarverheij.com/​microsoft-vendor-specific-dhcp-options-explained-and-demystified/​|Link]] ((Windows-only program to encapsulate the string => at the bottom of the page)), e.g. [[http://​wiki.snom.com/​Features/​Auto_Provisioning/​DHCP/​Options|Snom options]]
  
 !!Tip ->!! If your IP Phone does not support HTTP/HTTPS provisioning,​ TFTP may be used by placing the provisioning files in the ''/​mnt/​kd/​tftpboot/''​ directory. In this case sub-directories within ''​tftpboot''​ like with HTTP mostly don't work!. !!Tip ->!! If your IP Phone does not support HTTP/HTTPS provisioning,​ TFTP may be used by placing the provisioning files in the ''/​mnt/​kd/​tftpboot/''​ directory. In this case sub-directories within ''​tftpboot''​ like with HTTP mostly don't work!.