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firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33
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Bug firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33
Hi Yealink Tech Team!

After updating to latest firmware 32.70.1.33 on my T32G the "Autoprovision Now" function at the phone Web-GUI stopped working. The message "Configuration updating..." is always showing, - phone doesn't seem to provise.

With firmware 32.70.0.185, after downgrading, everything works perfectly again. The message "Configuration updating..." is only displayed for short time, a second message "The operation is done!" appears then, and the provisioning is finishing correctly.
(This post was last modified: 11-29-2014 01:53 AM by lorn10.)
11-08-2014 10:36 PM
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RE: firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33?
Hi lorn10,

I have tested it in my side and it does work well.
So would you please reset the phone to factory then try again?
Access to web gui->Settings->Upgrade tab, click "Reset to Factory Setting" button to reset.

thanks
11-10-2014 03:49 PM
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RE: firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33?
(11-10-2014 03:49 PM)Yealink_Wilson Wrote:  Hi lorn10,

I have tested it in my side and it does work well.
So would you please reset the phone to factory then try again?
Access to web gui->Settings->Upgrade tab, click "Reset to Factory Setting" button to reset.

thanks

Hello Yealink_Wilson

Thanks for this information, but the problem is still present. After pushing "Autoprovision Now" button, phone hangs at "Configuration updating..." message. Provision function is NOT working, --> phone has still factory settings.

After downgrading to firmware 32.70.0.185, it works again.

Please note, - I use FreePBX Distro 5.211.65-20 with latest OSS PBX End Point Manager 2.11.7. Probably my provision file has wrong syntax? Is firmware 32.70.1.33 still M7 template based?

My full y0000000000$suffix.cfg config has following commands:

Code:
[ cfg:/phone/config/system.ini,reboot=1 ]
local_time.manual_time_enable = 1
local_time.ntp_server1 = {$network_time_server}
local_time.ntp_server2 = pool.ntp.org
local_time.interval = 1000
local_time.time_zone = {$timezone}

local_time.summer_time = 1
local_time.dst_time_type = 1
local_time.start_time = 3/5/7/1
local_time.end_time = 10/5/7/2
local_time.offset_time = 60
local_time.time_format = 1
local_time.date_format = 5

auto_provision.mode = 1
auto_provision.repeat.enable = 0
auto_provision.repeat.minutes = 1440
auto_provision.weekly.enable = 0
auto_provision.weekly.mask = 0123456
auto_provision.weekly.begin_time = 00:00
auto_provision.weekly.end_time = 00:00
AutoProvision.strServerURL = tftp://{$server.ip.1}

telnet.telnet_enable = 0

[ cfg:/phone/config/system.ini,reboot=1]
Profile.CNG = 0
Profile.VAD = 1
Profile.Echo = 1
Profile.SIDE_TONE = -30

[ cfg:/phone/config/user.ini,reboot=1 ]
WatchDog.Time = 10
vpm_tone_Country.Country = {$tones_country}

AlertInfo0.Text = interal
AlertInfo0.Ringer = 2

AlertInfo1.Text = external
AlertInfo1.Ringer = 5

Emergency.Num = 000

PhoneSetting.BacklightTime = 120
PhoneSetting.DialNowDelay = {$dialnowdelay}
PhoneSetting.BackGrounds = {$uselogo}
PhoneSetting.BackLight = 6
PhoneSetting.UnusedBackLight = 0
PhoneSetting.ScreensaverTime = {$screensaverdelay}
PhoneSetting.Theme = {$theme}
PhoneSetting.Voicevolume = 5
PhoneSetting.Lock = 0

[ bin:/phone/config/DialNow.xml,reboot=0 ]
url=tftp://{$server.ip.1}/dialnow.xml

[ psw:/phone/config/.htpasswd ]
admin = {$adminpw}

[ rom:Firmware ]
url = {$firmware_name}
(This post was last modified: 11-14-2014 04:15 PM by lorn10.)
11-13-2014 02:19 AM
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RE: firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33?
Ok, after hours of working I build now a 100% clean M7 (v70+) template based provision file.

Unfortunately it still doesn't provise correctly, - it hangs at "Configuration updating..." message with firmware 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33.

With firmware 32.70.0.185 it works perfectly. And, most important, - also the special European daylight-saving parameters are now correctly adopted with this new M7 template based provision file. This newer worked before.

y0000000000$suffix.cfg code (M7 based, for OSS PBX End Point Manager at FreePBX)

Code:
#!version:1.0.0.1
## the file header "#!version:1.0.0.1" can not be edited or deleted. ##


#
local_time.time_zone = {$timezone}
local_time.time_zone_name =
local_time.ntp_server1 = {$network_time_server}
local_time.ntp_server2 = pool.ntp.org
local_time.interval = 1000
local_time.summer_time = 1
local_time.dst_time_type = 1
local_time.start_time = 3/5/7/1
local_time.end_time = 10/5/7/2
local_time.offset_time = 60
local_time.time_format = 1
local_time.date_format = 5
local_time.dhcp_time = 0
local_time.manual_time_enable = 1


#
auto_provision.mode = 1
auto_provision.repeat.enable = 0
auto_provision.repeat.minutes = 1440
auto_provision.weekly.enable = 0
auto_provision.weekly.mask = 0123456
auto_provision.weekly.begin_time = 00:00
auto_provision.weekly.end_time = 00:00
auto_provision.server.url = tftp://{$server.ip.1}
auto_provision.dhcp_option.enable = 1


#
telnet.enable = 0


#
voice.cng = 0
voice.vad = 1
voice.side_tone = -30
voice.tone.country = {$tones_country}


#
distinctive_ring_tones.alert_info.1.text = interal
distinctive_ring_tones.alert_info.1.ringer = 2
distinctive_ring_tones.alert_info.2.text = external
distinctive_ring_tones.alert_info.2.ringer = 5


#
phone_setting.inter_digit_time = 4
phone_setting.flash_hook_timer = 1
phone_setting.lock = 0
phone_setting.phone_lock.unlock_pin = 10
phone_setting.phone_lock.lock_time_out = 10
phone_setting.ring_type = Busy.wav
phone_setting.active_backlight_level = 6
phone_setting.inactive_backlight_level = 0
phone_setting.backlight_time = 120
phone_setting.ring_for_tranfailed = Ring1.wav
phone_setting.logon_wizard = 0
phone_setting.predial_autodial = 0
phone_setting.is_deal180 = 1
phone_setting.dialnow_delay = {$dialnowdelay}
phone_setting.custom_softkey_enable = 0
phone_setting.theme = {$theme}
phone_setting.emergency.number = 000
phone_setting.sms_popup_enable = 1
phone_setting.common_power_led_enable = 0
phone_setting.mail_power_led_flash_enable = 0
phone_setting.mute_power_led_flash_enable = 0
phone_setting.hold_power_led_flash_enable = 0
phone_setting.voice_volume = 5


#
dialplan_dialnow.url = tftp://{$server.ip.1}/dialnow.xml


#
security.user_password = admin:{$adminpw}


#
firmware.url = {$firmware_name}
(This post was last modified: 01-24-2015 05:42 PM by lorn10.)
11-24-2014 02:09 AM
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Information RE: firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33
Well, new year, new considerations, and finally, I solved the provisioning issue!

Problem was legacy M2 style based $mac.cfg config file! I don't realize that all config files should be in new M7 format. Previous firmware 32.70.0.185 had no problems with mixed M2 & M7 config files. Firmware 32.70.1.33 needs 100% clean M7 templates.

After converting and cleaning up, this new M7 $mac.cfg file works perfectly also with firmware 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33.

So, this problem is now solved. Thread can be closed! Smile

$mac.cfg code (M7 based, for OSS PBX End Point Manager at FreePBX)

Code:
#!version:1.0.0.1
## the file header "#!version:1.0.0.1" can not be edited or deleted. ##

{line_loop}
account.1.enable = 1
account.1.label = {$displayname}
account.1.display_name = {$displayname}
account.1.user_name = {$username}
account.1.auth_name = {$authname}
account.1.password = {$secret}
account.1.sip_server_host = {$server_host}
account.1.sip_server_port = {$server_port}
account.1.sip_listen_port = {$server_port|5060}
account.1.expires = 3600
account.1.outbound_proxy_enable = {$enable_outbound_proxy_server}
account.1.outbound_host = {$outbound_proxy_server}
account.1.outbound_port = {$outbound_proxy_server_port}
account.1.backup_outbound_host = {$bk_outbound_proxy_server}
account.1.backup_outbound_port = {$bk_outbound_proxy_server_port}
voice_mail.number.1 = {$voicemail_number|*97}
account.1.proxy_require =
account.1.ptime = 20
account.1.srtp_encryption = 0
account.1.100rel_enable = 0
account.1.precondition = 0
account.1.subscribe_register = 1
account.1.cid_source = 0
account.1.session_timer.enable = 0
account.1.session_timer.expires =
account.1.session_timer.refresher = 0
account.1.enable_user_equal_phone = 0
account.1.blf_list_code =
account.1.subscribe_mwi = {$subscribe_mwi|1}
account.1.anonymous_call = 0
account.1.reject_anonymous_call = 0
account.1.transport = {$transport}
account.1.shared_line =
account.1.dialoginfo_callpickup = 1
account.1.auto_answer = {$auto_answer|0}
account.1.missed_calllog = {$missed_call_log|0}
account.1.anonymous_call_oncode =
account.1.anonymous_call_offcode =
account.1.anonymous_reject_oncode =
account.1.anonymous_reject_offcode =
account.1.bla_number =
account.1.subscribe_mwi_expires = 3600
account.1.ringtone.ring_type = Ring2.wav
account.1.dtmf.type = 1
account.1.dtmf.dtmf_payload = 101
account.1.dtmf.info_type = 0
account.1.nat.nat_traversal = {$nat_trans}
account.1.nat.stun_server = {$stun_server}
account.1.nat.stun_port = {$stun_server_port}
account.1.nat.udp_update_enable = 1
account.1.nat.udp_update_time = 30
account.1.nat.rport = 0
account.1.advanced.timer_t1 = 0.5
account.1.advanced.timer_t2 = 4
account.1.advanced.timer_t4 = 5
account.1.blf.subscribe_period = 360
{/line_loop}


sip.rfc2543_hold = 0
sip.use_out_bound_in_dialog = 1
sip.reg_surge_prevention = 60
transfer.blind_tran_on_hook_enable = 1
transfer.on_hook_trans_enable = 1
wallpaper_upload.url = {$logo_url}
phone_setting.backgrounds = {$uselogo}
phone_setting.screen_saver_time = {$screensaverdelay}
screen_saver.pic.url =


{loop_remotephonebook}
remote_phonebook.data.{$count}.url = {$url}
remote_phonebook.data.{$count}.name = {$name}
{/loop_remotephonebook}


{loop_memkey}
memorykey.{$number}.line = {$line}
memorykey.{$number}.value = {$value}
memorykey.{$number}.pickup_value = {$pickup_value}
memorykey.{$number}.type = {$type}
memorykey.{$number}.xml_phonebook =  
{/loop_memkey}


{loop_linekey}
linekey.{$count}.line = {$line}  
linekey.{$count}.value = {$value}
linekey.{$count}.pickup_value = {$pickup_value}
linekey.{$count}.type = {$type}
linekey.{$count}.xml_phonebook =
linekey.{$count}.label = {$label}
{/loop_linekey}            


{loop_softkey}
#softkey {$number}
programablekey.{$number}.type = {$type}
programablekey.{$number}.line = 0
programablekey.{$number}.value = {$value}
programablekey.{$number}.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.{$number}.history_type =
programablekey.{$number}.label = {$label}
{/loop_softkey}


#
programablekey.5.type = {$hardkey_up_type}
programablekey.5.line = {$hardkey_up_line}
programablekey.5.value = {$hardkey_up_value}
programablekey.5.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.6.type = {$hardkey_down_type}
programablekey.6.line = {$hardkey_down_line}
programablekey.6.value = {$hardkey_down_value}
programablekey.6.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.7.type = {$hardkey_left_type}
programablekey.7.line = {$hardkey_left_line}
programablekey.7.value = {$hardkey_left_value}
programablekey.7.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.8.type = {$hardkey_right_type}
programablekey.8.line = {$hardkey_right_line}
programablekey.8.value = {$hardkey_right_value}
programablekey.8.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.9.type = {$hardkey_ok_type}
programablekey.9.line = {$hardkey_ok_line}
programablekey.9.value = {$hardkey_ok_value}
programablekey.9.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.10.type = {$hardkey_cancel_type}
programablekey.10.line = {$hardkey_cancel_line}
programablekey.10.value = {$hardkey_cancel_value}
programablekey.10.xml_phonebook =
programablekey.14.type = {$hardkey_fwd_type}
programablekey.14.line = {$hardkey_fwd_line}
programablekey.14.value = {$hardkey_fwd_value}
programablekey.14.xml_phonebook =


{loop_sdext38}
expansion_module.1.key.{$count}.type = {$type}
expansion_module.1.key.{$count}.line = 0
expansion_module.1.key.{$count}.value = {$value}
expansion_module.1.key.{$count}.pickup_value = {$pickup_value}
expansion_module.1.key.{$count}.label = {$label}
{/loop_sdext38}
(This post was last modified: 04-05-2015 03:06 PM by lorn10.)
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RE: firmware bug in 32.70.1.33 & 38.70.1.33
Hi,

Nice to hear that the issue is solved and thanks for your share.

Regards,
James
01-06-2015 09:54 AM
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