SPA525G: securing network configurations and features
Is there a way to lock-down the network configurations of the SPA525G? I called Cisco Support and the engineer tell me that there is no way to lock by password... I configured 60 SPA525G on a site, everything works fine! But there is some users begin to "scrap" the configuration because they don't know what there doing in the parameters button. I know we're able to force some configuration from ephone-template. I taked a look in http://ip-phone/admin/spacfg.xml and I didn't see anything about locking configuration.
Re: SPA525G: securing network configurations and features
Thanks for your answer, but this applied only in SIP configuration. Currently, I use SCCP configuration with UC560. I tried to push the configuration from "ephone-template" with "service phone" commands, but I don't find the exact keyword I have to use...
Other, I have done some tests physicaly on the phone. If I enable admin password, user are able to modify Network configurations. If I enable user password, now everything is locked... too much locked! End user are not able to view "Calls history". Is there a way to add only admin password to lock all the configurations needed to make the phone works properly on the network? Example: Network configuration, wireless configuration and so on. It's ok to let the users modify ring tones, wallpaper, listen MP3 through the usb port and see there call history!
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