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Enter Provisioning URL via the Polycom web interface

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Supported Models

  • Polycom SoundPoint 321, 331, 335, 450, 550, 560, 650, 670
  • Polycom SoundStation 5000, 6000, 7000
  • Polycom VVX 101, 201, 300, 301, 311, 400, 401, 410, 411, 500, 501, 600, 601

Ideally you will have the Polycom SoundPoint or SoundStation phones pick up the HTTP server information using a DHCP Server with configurable Option 66. If this is not possible, you can enter the information manually in the web UI of the phone using the procedure outlined below:

Enter Provisioning URL via the Polycom web interface

Supported Models

Configuring the provisioning server via the Polycom web interface:

Step 1: Obtain the provisioning URL

Step 2: Enter the Information into the Web Interface of the device

See also

For a complete step by step guide to provision the Polycom phones for use with 3CX see the general configuration guide of Provisioning Polycom 321,331,335,450,550,560,650 & 670 or Provisioning Polycom 5000, 6000 & 7000 or Provisioning Polycom VVX

Note: This guide was tested with the Polycom firmware listed in the main provisioning guide. Other firmware versions might not have this functionality and will not be tested.

Configuring the provisioning server via the Polycom web interface:

Step 1: Obtain the provisioning URL

  1. Open the extension where the phone was provisioned to and take a copy of the provisioning URL:


Step 2: Enter the Information into the Web Interface of the device

  1. Open the Web Interface of the Polycom device and “Login As Admin” (default password is 456).
  2. Navigate to “Settings” -> “Provisioning Server.”
  3. Set “Server Type” to HTTP.
  4. In “Server Address” enter the provisioning URL taken in step 1.
  5. Clear the fields of “Server User” and “Server Password.”
  6. Press “Save” in the bottom of the page and confirm the changes.

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