Polycom 330 updating initial configuration
The following topics provide information about working with and configuring Cisco IP Phones in Cisco Call Manager Administration: •Configuring Cisco IP Phones •Gateway Configuration •Finding a Phone •Configuring Directory Numbers •Phone Button Template Configuration, page 51-1 •Phone Configuration Settings •Phone Configuration Checklist, You can automatically add phones to the Cisco Call Manager database by using auto-registration, manually add phones by using the phone configuration windows, or add phones in groups with the Cisco Bulk Administration Tool (BAT).
By enabling auto-registration, you can automatically add a Cisco IP Phone to the Cisco Call Manager database when you connect the phone to your IP telephony network.
But this wont work with the IP 330 because after I enter 9, 1, area code, and 5 of the 7 digits of the phone number, the phone acts like I have entered too many numbers.
The most common method to configure the phones to discover the phone settings stored on the Pure Cloud Edge is to enable DHCP on the phone.
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Configuring Cisco IP Phones Displaying the MAC Address of a Phone Adding a Phone Copying an Existing Phone Resetting a Phone Updating a Phone Deleting a Phone Phone Configuration Settings Searching for User ID Configuring Speed-Dial Buttons Speed-Dial Configuration Settings Configuring Cisco IP Phone Services Subscribing to a Service Updating Services Unsubscribing from a Service Configuring Service URL Buttons Adding a Service URL Button Updating the Service URL Buttons Finding a Phone Configuring Directory Numbers Adding a Directory Number Updating a Directory Number Removing a Directory Number From a Phone Directory Number Configuration Settings Cisco IP Phones as full-featured telephones can plug directly into your IP network.
You use the Cisco Call Manager Administration Phone Configuration window to configure the following Cisco IP Phones and devices: •Cisco IP Phone 7900 family (models 7970, 7960, 7940, 7936, 7935, 7920, 7912, 7910, 7905, and 7902) •Cisco IP Phone model 30 VIP •Cisco IP Phone model 12 SP •H.323 clients •Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) ports •Cisco ATA 186 and Cisco ATA 188 telephone adapter •Cisco VG248 ports (analog phones) Note You configure the Cisco VG248 gateway from the Gateway Configuration window of Cisco Call Manager Administration.
For more information, see Enable DHCP on the phone to discover the phone settings from the Edge.
See the "Gateway Configuration" section for Cisco VG248 Gateway configuration information.
Could someone please provide me with some guidance on how to configure the phone for switchvox. I have configured a few other phones to work with our Switchvox server, but this Polycom IP 330 is still giving me trouble.
When logged into the Soundpoint IP Configuration Gui and under the Sip page, I have: Under Outgoing Proxy: nothing Under Server 1: address=192.168.x.x, port=5060 Then under the Line Page under line 1 Information I have: Display Name=Adam, address=192.168.x.x, Auth User ID=8000, Auth Password=(password for extension 8000).
Under Line1 Server1 I have: address=192.168.x.x, port=5060. Each time I pick up the phone to make a call, it just asks me to enter a sip address. I have configured a few other phones to work with our Switchvox server, but this Polycom IP 330 is still giving me trouble.
When logged into the Soundpoint IP Configuration Gui and under the Sip page, I have: Under Outgoing Proxy: nothing Under Server 1: address=192.168.x.x, port=5060Then under the Line Page under line 1 Information I have: Display Name=Adam, address=192.168.x.x, Auth User ID=8000, Auth Password=(password for extension 8000).