We’ve found on the last few installs that we’ve done with FreePBX and Endpoint Manager that with the Cisco SPA phones that we use, the
__provisionAddress__ variable is adding [–uid --pwd ] to the beginning of that variable. For instance, when the
spa<MAC>.xml file is created for each CiscoSPA phone in the /tftpboot directory, we will see an output like this:
<Profile_Rule ua="na">[--uid --pwd ] tftp://10.1.2.3/spa$MA.xml</Profile_Rule>
We’ve worked around the issue by doing this:
Entry needs to be modified to this:
But now we’re seeing an issue exactly the same as this one:
The original poster in the post above changed the provision address to a FQDN, but we’re running these PBXes on internal networks and that’s not something that we are excited about doing at all our sites. Why is the [–uid --pwd ] entry showing up?
This doesn’t seem to happen on PBXes that we have single network interfaces on, but only on PBXes where we have multiple network interfaces.
Edited to try and improve formatting.