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Enter Provisioning URL via the Htek web interface

Supported Htek models: Htek UC series

For a complete step by step guide to provision the Htek phones for use with 3CX see the general configuration guides of 3CX at https://www.3cx.com/support.

Ideally you will have the Htek phones pick up the HTTP(s) server information using the PnP or RPS provisioning method. If this is not possible based on When can I use which provisioning method?, you can enter the provisioning information manually in the phone’s web UI using the procedure outlined below:

Enter Provisioning URL via the Htek web interface

Supported Htek models: Htek UC series

Configuring the provisioning server via the Htek web interface:

Step 1: Configure the phone in 3CX

Step 2: Enter the Information into the device’s Web Interface

Configuring the provisioning server via the Htek web interface:

Step 1: Configure the phone in 3CX

  1. Obtain the phone’s MAC address.
  2. From the 3CX Management Console go to the “Phones” node and press “+ Add Phone”.
  3. From the dropdown list select the extension to which this phone shall be assigned.
  4. In the next dialog select the Vendor/Model of the phone and enter the device’s MAC address.

  1. Optional settings include the phone’s “Display Language”, “Time Zone” and, if applicable, the network card interface in case the server has more than one IP address to which the phone shall be configured.

  1. Copy the “Provisioning Link” shown above for future use and press “OK”.

Step 2: Enter the Information into the device’s Web Interface

  1. Point your web browser to your phone’s IP address.
  2. Navigate to Management >> Auto Provision”.
  3. Enter your “Provisioning Link” URL into the “Config Server Path”.
  4. In the “Upgrade Mode” section select the “HTTP” (use HTTPS when provisioning via SBC).
  5. Press “SaveSet” and then “Reboot” to provision your Htek phone.

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