However, the phone seems stuck in SPCP mode. When I factory reset it, it asks the TFTP server for SEPMAC.cnf.xml, then XMLDefault502G.cnf.xml, then XMLDefault.cnf.xml and back to the start. Neither of those exist in the TFTP server, and the server answers accordingly with a NAK each time.
If I force the phone to retrieve its configuration by HTTP GETting http://<Phone_IP_Address>/admin/resync?tftp://<Server_IP_Address>/spamac.xml, it does so and reboots but doesn't seem to make any effect.
So short of disabling manually SPCP auto-detect (which would no longer be "zero touch" configuration), where could I look for clues?
It should clear it. Factory default the phone is the solution - through the menu. My memory may be failing me but the factory default option if I recall is not 7 by default. It was 12 or something a bit lower... but that could be my memory going bad, I don't have a phone near me to check.
I would call the small business support center to check the serial number. If factory defaulting didn't clear the SCSP mode there is something else the matter, I think it may be a revision product.
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