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You can use a conditional expression to match against the MAC address of the phones: if substring(hardware, 1, 3) = 00:04:f2 { option routers 10.0.32.1; } else { option routers 10.0.32.5; } I tested this inside a subnet stanza, but I believe it will work anywhere that an option command will work. Tested with ISC DHCPD 3.1.2.


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Add this to the XML config you pass to the phone. (I've only tested this with firmware 3.1 and higher.) <MESSAGE_WAITING se.pat.misc.messageWaiting.inst.1.type="silence" se.pat.misc.messageWaiting.inst.1.value="0" se.pat.misc.messageWaiting.inst.2.type="silence" se.pat.misc.messageWaiting.inst.2.value="0" ...


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It's been a long time since I've fiddled with a Polycom, but once you find it's IP address, open it as a webpage in a browser, then guess at the admin username and password (might be admin:admin). There's probably some kind of configs in there. Or you could, y'know.. Ask Polycom Support.


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It's explained in the IP6000 manual. You're looking for pages 3-3 and 3-14.


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Open an Asterisk console (asterisk -r), enable SIP debugging (sip set debug ip yourphonesip) and have the phone register. Check if you see the REGISTER packets and if there are any replies and/or error messages. Is this just a switched network or are there any other devices between Asterisk and the phones? Edit after your comments: At this point, I would ...


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TFTP server on it's own does not have any reason to exist. And because of that, there's no such option in DHCP (it's like specifying HTTP server in DHCP. Unless you know what is it for, it's useless). From what I've read, polycom can download their configuration from HTTP and FTP, not only TFTP. They use DHCP options 160 and 66 for configuration URL, option ...


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I have had the same experience trying to connect a CX600 that has never connected to a Lync server. I have used Jeff Schertz's Blog extensively in an effort to configure this. http://blog.schertz.name/2013/05/updating-lync-phone-edition-devices-lync-2013/ I too noticed the VLAN ID of 1 (default) and found a post by Jeff on how to set this for Lync. However ...


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If the Schannel send the truncated list of trusted root certificate authorities to the Lync phone edition during the TLS/SSL handshake process. Please try to configure the Schannel does not send the list on the Lync FE server and check the problem occurs again.: Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.Locate and then click the following ...


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When you creat a conference phone it will appear as a contact which LYNC users can make calls to just like any other contact. The conference phones will be able to call any LYNC enabled users and if you configure it, make calls to the regular PSTN. You can also invite the conference phones to meetings which simply makes the phone join the meeting at the ...


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You can get these for many of the SoundPoint IP range of Polycom phones, but AFAIK, I don't believe you can get them for the conference phones (which I believe the 6000 is)


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The current release of HDX software 3.0.4 and Lync for Mac 14.0.2 allows direct calling from Lync to HDX.


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Answer supplied by Polycom support & support forums at Technet. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ocsclients/thread/97a716db-824e-4e33-b5b5-b0423d3ef605/ "it does not currently work Mac Lync client calling to an HDX. At present the best workaround is to dial from the Mac Lync client to a LYNC registered RMX instead and have the HDX call ...


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The simple answer is to put the changes in the phone1.cfg file. When the phone boots, it read the The Master Configuration File which is either [MAC].cfg (if you have created a per-phone config file) or if there is no [MAC].cfg then it uses the default 00000000.cfg provided with the firmware This file contains amongst other things a list of config files to ...


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You can analyse the dhcp responses with wireshark. This tool is a must-have when troubleshooting a network issue. Regarding the phone issue, Is the tftp server reachable from the data network ? Dhcp options seem good, so I'd say, capture a boot sequence with wireshark when a phone is on the voice network, and then do the same on the data network. Btw, ...


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If you were using a public IP to connect to voip provider or virtual PBX, you probably won't need to do anything and the phone will work. If you were connecting to a LAN IP (usually a PBX like asterisk) you have many options and it is better to see with the voip/network admin if you'll need a VPN or direct internet connection to connect to the PBX.


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Basically, the boot process should be the following: phone starts and asks DHCP server for IP DHCP server gives the phone the address of the boot server via option tftp-server-name phone retrieves necessary files from boot server via http/ftp The boot server is just an ordinary http/ftp server. It can be the same (Linux) box as the DHCP server. The ...


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Unfortunately I don't think there is any way to use a boot server, however, why not simply setup a tftp server on your laptop? Simply download a TFTP client, such as http://www.solarwinds.com/products/freetools/free_TFTP_server.aspx Connect your phone to your router or to your PC and force it to have an IP address, then connect your TFTP software to that ...


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We had the same issue at some point, but it turned out to be our Cisco ASA firewall thinking that the trixbox server was an attacker. adding the local LAN to the whitelist fixed that quickly.


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After several weeks of having phones slowly dying off one we hired a consulting firm who determined that the firewall configuration was not allowing port 5060 UDP on the LAN. Port 5060 is default port used by the VoIP’s SIP protocol and therefore it was preventing some phones from connecting to the server. For some reasons, the phones that were working ...



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