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This feature is only available in the PRO version of System Admin.

Overview

On this page you can set your FTP, TFTP and HTTP Provisioning Server information.


Logging in

  • On the top menu click Admin
  • In the drop down click System Admin
  • In the right side navigation menu click FTP Server

Enable/Disable FTP

Enable

 

  • Choose FTP Server: Enabled
  • Enter a Username that FTP clients will use for authentication
  • Enter a Password that FTP clients will use for authentication
  • Click Update

The authentication string for FTP needs the format username:password@server.com for the phones to be able to retrieve their configuration files. 

0e351a4e:d07ef38ad0e35982@server.example.com

 


Disable

  • Choose FTP Server: Disabled
  • Click Update

 

Enable/Disable TFTP

Enable

  • Choose Enable TFTP Server
  • Click Update

 

Disable

  • Choose TFTP Server: Disabled

  • Click Update

HTTP(s) Authentication

HTTP and HTTPS Authentication requires that endpoints must authenticate themselves to the server before receiving their configuration. This is normally done by configuring your DHCP Option 66 parameter to include a complete URL. Using the example below, assuming that the machine was listening on port 4443 for HTTPS Provisioning requests, the URL would be:

https://0e351a4e:d07ef38ad0e35982@server.example.com:4443

 

  • Port NUMBERS are configured in Port Management
  • As the username and password will be broadcast to any device that is physically connected to your local network, it is advised to use the random username and password that is generated. If you delete the string, a new one will be automatically generated for you.
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