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Topic # 100343 10-Apr-2012 09:02
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I've picked up a couple of these phones second hand.  Will the configuration files mentioned in this thread work without adjustment?

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  Reply # 607310 10-Apr-2012 10:13
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Yes the config file should work fine.

If you want to configure manually, you can use our guide here: http://www.c-talk.co.nz/cisco-spa504g-and-spa303-configuration-guide.html

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  Reply # 607454 10-Apr-2012 15:29
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Thanks .. I'll give it a go.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 607537 10-Apr-2012 19:07
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Just don't try my provisioning link, it's broken at present. When I'm not busy I might find some time to fix it.



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  Reply # 609067 13-Apr-2012 23:00
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Thanks.  The 303 guide seems to have worked for me.  I tried it first without doing a factory reset but that didn't work.  Also, it take a long time to boot up with a "checkingDNS" message but it does get there eventually.

Is there some easier way to configure a bunch of these phones?  ie. is there a config file that can be uploaded by TFTP?

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  Reply # 609145 14-Apr-2012 07:24
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gchiu: Thanks.  The 303 guide seems to have worked for me.  I tried it first without doing a factory reset but that didn't work.  Also, it take a long time to boot up with a "checkingDNS" message but it does get there eventually.

Is there some easier way to configure a bunch of these phones?  ie. is there a config file that can be uploaded by TFTP?


You don't upload a file - you point the provisioning URL to a TFTP or HTTP server. Use DHCP option 66 and the phone will automatically provision itself using TFTP when plugged in on the same subnet as the server (since TFTP isn't routable).





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  Reply # 619023 3-May-2012 19:26
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Since this phone has 3 lines, can I configure 3 different SIP providers ( one for each line) ?

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  Reply # 619064 3-May-2012 21:12
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gchiu: Since this phone has 3 lines, can I configure 3 different SIP providers ( one for each line) ?


Yes



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  Reply # 619625 4-May-2012 15:46
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I guess each line will be on a different port 5060 .. 506n

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