Provisioning Hardphones

When you create a physical extension, you will need to provision your hardphones. To do it, you must complete the following tasks, depending if you are using a:

 

Configuring a Cisco/Linksys Hardphone

To configure a Cisco/Linksys phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network
  2. In the phone, go to Setup and navigate to Network
  3. Inside Network, look for the phone IP
  4. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser
  5. If required, login in the phone administration page as an Admin.
  6. Inside the admin page, click in advanced

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  7. In the advanced mode, select the Provisioning tab
  8. In the Provisioning tab, fill in the Profile Rule with the following:
    • Profile Rule - [--key "ysftHTXYazM8ZrB9"]http://www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/General/$MA.xml
  9. In the Transport Protocol, select http

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  10. Click Submit All Changes and then reboot your phone
  11. Access again your phone Administration page, by typing the phone IP in your browser
  12. Check if the Profile Rule changed to [--key "new generated key"]http://www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/Config/Client[ID]/$MA.xml
    where the [ID] is your client id
  13. If so, click Submit All Changes 
  14. Reboot your phone again to finish the configuration.

 

To configure a Yealink phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network
  2. In the phone, go to Menu and select Status
  3. Inside Status, look for the phone IP
  4. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser
  5. The phone administration page will require credentials. Enter the following:
    • user: admin
    • pass: admin
  6. Inside the phone administration window, select Settings
  7. Inside Settings, select Auto Provision
  8. In the Auto Provision window fill in the following fields:
    • Server URL - http://www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/General/
    • MAC-Oriented AES Key - ysftHTXYazM8ZrB9

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  9. Click Autoprovision Now
  10. Check if the Server URL changed to http://www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/Config/Client9999/
    where Client9999 is your client ID. 

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  11. If the Server URL is correct, click Autoprovision Now, again to finish the provisioning.

 

Configuring a Polycom Hardphone

To configure a Polycom phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network
  2. In the phone, go to Menu, select Status and then select Network parameters
  3. Inside Network parameters, select TCP/IP. Take note of the IP value.
  4. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser
  5. The phone administration page will require credentials. Enter the default Admin credentials.
  6. Inside the phone administration window, select Settings and then select Provisioning Server:

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  7. In the Provisioning Server window, configure the following fields:
    • Server Type - HTTP
    • Server Address - www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/General
    • Boot Server - Static

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  8. Click Save to commit your changes and finish the provisioning.

 

Configuring a AudioCodes Hardphone

To configure a AudioCodes phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network
  2. In the phone, go to Menu, select Status and then select Network status
  3. Inside Network status, check  the phone IP. Take note of the IP value.
  4. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser
  5. The phone administration page will require credentials. Enter the default Admin credentials.
  6. Inside the phone administration window, select the Management tab and then select Automatic Update.
  7. Inside Automatic Update, select Automatic Provisioning:

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  8. In the Automatic Provisioning window, configure the following field:
    • Configuration URL - www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/General

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  9. Click Check Now, right next to the Configuration URL to download the provisioning configuration file.
  10. A popup will appear warning that there is a new configuration available. Click OK to download the new configuration file.
  11. Click again in the same Check Now, to do the automatic provisioning.
  12. Click Submit to finish the provisioning of the phone.

 

Configuring a Panasonic Hardphone

To configure a Panasonic phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network.
  2. In the phone, go to Menu, select  System SettingsStatus > IPv4 Settings > IP Address.
  3. Take note of the IP value.
  4. Go back to the main menu.
  5. Go to Basic Settings > Other Option > Embedded Web.
  6. Select on.
  7. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser.
  8. The phone administration page will require credentials. Enter the following:
    • user: admin
    • pass: adminpass
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  9. Inside the phone administration window, select Maintenance.
  10. In the Maintenance windowconfigure the Standard File URL www.nubitalk.com/OnePBXWebService/General/{MAC}.cfg
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  11. Click save to apply changes.

 

Configuring a Htek hardphone

To configure a HtekUC924/HtekUC902 phone, proceed as follow:

  1. Connect the phone to your network.
  2. In the phone, go to Menu and navigate to Status > Information.
  3. Inside Information, look for the phone IP.
  4. Back at your computer, access to the phone IP through your browser.
  5. If required, login in the phone administration page as an Admin.
  6. Inside the admin page:
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  7. Select Yes on Account Active (mandatory).
  8. Insert your instance on Primary Sip Server (mandatory).
  9. Select the Sip Transport (mandatory).
  10. Insert the Sip User ID (mandatory).
  11. Insert the Authenticate ID (mandatory).
  12. Insert the Authenticate Password (mandatory).
  13. Click SaveSet to apply changes.
  14. Go to Management > Auto Provision:
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  15. Insert the Config Server Path.
  16. Select Yes on Auto Upgrade.
  17. Select Always check For new Firmware on Upgrade Check Mode.
  18. Select Yes on Authenticate Cfg File.
  19. Insert the Set Common AES Key.
  20. Click SaveSet to apply changes.
  21. Press F5 to refresh the webpage.
  22. The firmware server path is filled automatically.
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