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  • IP File Server Application for 4600 and 9600 Phones

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    Any words of wisdom for setting up the IP File Server Application for 4600 and 9600 Phones. I need to deploying it fairly soon and would like some additional input. What should I use for http/https and TFTP on a single server?

    Looking for all feed-back that I can.


    Thanks everyone, BPD..


  • #2
    Re: IP File Server Application for 4600 and 9600 Phones

    Well, I use Pumpkin for the TFTP server on a Win 2003 server. I host all the IP Phone files on it.

    Then, if you statically assign the IP phones, you simply tell the Phone the File server's IP address. Making sure that the TFTP software is setup to ALLOW the files to be requested by the devices.
    If you plan to do this using DHCP, you need to set the settings in your scope to define the file server's location.

    I should do a video on this as it seems to come up a lot.

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      Re: IP File Server Application for 4600 and 9600 Phones

      We use atftp for TFTP, apache for HTTP/HTTPS and dhcp3-server for DHCP on two Linux Servers on location. For DHCP the 46xx-phones are using dhcp-option 176 and the 96xx-phones are using dhcp-option 242.

      In dhcp3-server we define the options
      option avaya-176 code 176 = text;
      option avaya-242 code 242 = text;

      and setting the configuration within the IP-Scopes
      option avaya-176 "MCIPADD=192.168.0.21,192.168.0.23,192.168.0.25,MC PORT=1719,TFTPSRVR=192.168.0.31,TFTPDIR=FW29SP1_46 XX/";
      option avaya-242 "MCIPADD=192.168.0.21,192.168.0.23,192.168.0.25,MC PORT=1719,HTTPSRVR=192.168.0.31,HTTPDIR=FW31SP2_96 XX/";

      The current firmware are supporting folders, which helps to maintain different versions and easy upgrades. You can assign both options simultaneously within one scope and each phone will use the proper option 176 or 242 as needed.

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