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How do I setup the VigorPhone for auto-provisioning with a VigorIPPBX 2820?

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The VigorIPPBX 2820 is able to auto-provision the VigorPhone so that the correct SIP details are sent to the phone. When a factory default VigorPhone boots on a network where the VigorIPPBX 2820 is acting as a DHCP server, the VigorPhone will detect the presence of the auto-configuration service. Before turning on the VigorPhone, a spare extension needs to be setup and enabled on the VigorIPPBX 2820.

Auto-provisioning can significantly speed up the deployment of a VoIP Phone System and can reduce the need to repeatedly enter the SIP settings on each individual phone

Auto-provisioning with the VigorPhone is only supported by DrayTek IP PBX Routers


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First the VigorPhone will boot up normally. When the VigorPhone is initializing the following screen will be displayed. It will then detect the network and obtain an IP Address via DHCP.

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Then when the auto-configuration service is detected the VigorPhone will prompt the user to enter the extension number (We have entered 1002 in this example).

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Enter the password configured for the extension

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If the auto-configuration is successful the following screen will be displayed. The extension number will appear to the right of the arrow that indicates which account is being used. The VigorPhone can now be used to make and receive calls.

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If the username and password do not match the credential for an extension configured on the IPPBX the error screen will be displayed. The user should check that they have the correct extension number and password, and that the extension has been enabled on the IPPBX

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