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Where do I get the configuration files from?
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RE: Where do I get the configuration files from?
I've got my autoprovisioning config from my PBX installer guy (in my case, the PBX has got a "common" configuration with "placeholder" variables, and uses them to automatically generate each MAC-specific .cfg file for each phone, replacing the placeholders with the right values like display name, user name, etc. My PBX integrates its own TFTP server, where it places its own provisioning files only. I had to change my DHCP configuration to point to another TFTP server when I wanted to do provisioning tests manually editing single .cfg files).

I still don't have news about the new V70 firmware support from my PBX developers/installer, so at the moment I am waiting before upgrading, and I'm still using V60 firmware.

V70 is a major release that added a brand-new provisioning file format called M7 (instead of the M1 used in previous firmwares for T2x phones).
V70 can accept both M1 and M7 provisioning files (while V60 can accept M1 format only), but some new features (I don't know which!) are configurable through M7 only.

I suppose M1 provisioning files are somehow a different format than what is actually stored in the phone configuration (a single provisioning file seems to refer to multiple configuration files, in its different sections). Not sure about M7.

Waiting for official Yealink responses, you may take a look to the T28 support page, and check out the various files there that talk about phone configuration, provisioning, v70 firmware...
(This post was last modified: 02-15-2013 08:11 PM by Mauro.)
02-13-2013 01:10 AM
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RE: Where do I get the configuration files from? - Mauro - 02-13-2013 01:10 AM

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