Auto provision url and iis

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  1. flexmcpee

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    I am trying to Auto provision 2 phones the Aastra 53i (Latest Firmware) and Snom 300 (latest Firmware)

    I have setup 3cx on a windows server 2008r2 box, installed the dot net framwork feature on the server as required. I have also disabled the ie esc (internet explorer enchanced security configuration) as required.

    I can create the extensions in 3cx by specifying the Mac of the Phone, the model and the host adapter (nic) I give it all the neccasry details for the extension click Apply and ok as per the guide to auto provision the 2 models in question.

    I have 1 created 2 dhcp option 66 for each phone to use the below urls

    Snom 300 http://192.168.0.9/management/provisioning/cfg{mac}
    Aastra 53i http://192.168.0.9/management/provisioning/

    I have also tried to manually point the phones within the phone settings to the above urls still to no avail.

    I can manually provision both phones successfully however I would like to get the autoprovision within 3cx to work without having to touch the phones. My question is this the urls above how can I first check they exist and the config files written by the 3cx server are actually there. Where do I look for this area/directorys on the 3cx server? Is it a directory somewhere on the c:drive or is it a site created in IIS as I cant see either of those locations. The IP above in the url is the 3cx server.

    Sorry I am new to this and just need to know that first the location exists and second where can I see the conifg files that are ready to be picked up by the phones on bootup?

    Any suggestions would be great.

    Thanks

    Alex
     
  2. mfm

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    Hi Alex,

    if you have managed to manually provison them then the files are there! But just for completness sake you can see if the file exists by doing http://192.168.0.9/management/provisioning/mac address of your phone.xml. It seems that the option 66 is not set up correctly or for some reason the phones are not picking it up.
     
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    Hi Mark,

    Thats great thanks for the fast reply.

    Please see the attached screen shot that i recieve when I put in the browser address http://192.168.0.9/management/provisioning/00085d101580.xml. I have tried the Mac address of 3 phones and they give the same thing.

    Thanks again for your fast response I am impressed :)

    Alex
     

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    I assume no one knows the answer to the above?

    Thanks
     
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