Hello guys, i need some help provisioning T46G Yealink phones, i got a lot of them to work with, i setup the template to use http provision, set my options and i see all the files are correctly built from /tftpboot folder.
i do provision from the scanner, phone reboot but nothing get in, i also set provision url form phone gui, phone start process and said configuration updated but nothing happens.
You need to make sure the files are available from the webserver and through the correct port in the server. This topic has been covered several times in the past couple of weeks. Look back through the forum posts for “T46G provisioning” and you should find one of those discussions pretty quickly.
Note that there are several places where this can fail, including at the firewall and the webserver. You need to make sure the files you want to download are available at the URL the phone is trying to use.
The username and password are as specified in System Admin, Provisioning Protocols. The port is as specified in System Admin, Port Management for provisioning. It’s really easy to forget the port, and it’s critical. You can dump that URL in a web page and get a test page to ensure you got it right. You need to ensure the phone has access to the PBX obviously, which involves your Router if coming from the Net, and your FreePBX firewall.
Alias /.well-known /var/www/html/.well-known
Alias /.freepbx-known /var/www/html/.freepbx-known
RewriteRule ^/.(well-known|freepbx-known)/ - [H=text/plain,L]
RewriteRule (^.|/.) - [F]
@lgaetz i set the url and port, i tried to find sysadmin pw, but i haven’t set no pw there, and on first place i get only one phone to work with the url provisioning like this http://ip-addrr:84 but now trying 2 more and dint work, all phones are local network.
i think also about firmware but older or even last one dint work for me
Are you paying attention to what you write? The /tftpboot folder is where both versions of the EPM write out the actual config files for the devices. It is a directory structure on the server. It is not the TFTP Server. Apache is configured to take :84 requests and use /tftpboot as the default web root folder. The TFTP server points to /tftpboot as its root directory for connections.
Please do not bash people for something like this while you do not understand how things really work and are providing wrong information as well.