Set Up Provisioning Without Zero Touch

Set Up Provisioning Without Zero Touch

If the zero-touch server isn't automatically bringing the phone over to the new server, or if you are having issues, sometimes you will need to enter the provisioning server manually to provision the phone. The location of this is different entry varies by phone model but is often similar. Example, Grandstream is in Maintenance > Provisioning.

Phone Model Specific Strings; (Note: All are HTTPS unless otherwise specified, if there is an option or radio button asks)

https://apps1-aws.iplogin.ca/cfg/?mac=

Grandstream:

apps1-aws.iplogin.ca/cfg/?mac=

Polycom:

https://apps1-aws.iplogin.ca/cfg/?mac=

Polycom OBi Firmware:


Cisco:

http://apps1-aws.iplogin.ca/cfg/?mac=spa$MA.cfg

Htek:

https://apps1-aws.iplogin.ca/cfg/?mac=

Snom:

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