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SPA525G2 and WiFi Provisioning

Hey,

We have been working with a SPA525G2 with the latest firmware version 7.5.3.

We are trying to setup the WiFi provisioning through the cfg file on the voip server.

Currently we are using the default file spa525G2.cfg to make our adjustments.

So far all of the custom provisioning we have setup has worked with the exception of the WiFi.

Here are the parameters we changed in the file spa525G2.cfg to turn on the WiFi and a few other

things

<!-- Wi-Fi Settings -->

  <SPA525-wifi-on group="System/Wi-Fi_Settings">Yes</SPA525-wifi-on>

  <WiFi_User_Access_Mode group="System/System_Configuration">Yes</WiFi_User_Access_Mode>

  <Wireless_Enabled group="Info/System_Information">Yes</Wireless_Enabled>

  <Wireless_Connected group="Info/System_Information">No</Wireless_Connected>

  <SSID group="Info/System_Information">voip2</SSID>

  <Standard_Channel group="Info/System_Information">1</Standard_Channel>

  <Security_Mode group="Info/System_Information">Yes</Security_Mode>

No matter what we do we cannot create a WiFi profile.

On the advice of another post we put our WiFi settings into a separate config file that is called by the parameter

<Profile_Rule_B ua="na">tftp://x.x.x.x/spa525wifi.cfg</Profile_Rule_B>

Here is the contents of this file:

  <profileName_1_ group="Wi-Fi">voip2</profileName_1_>

  <ssid_1_ group="Wi-Fi">voip2</ssid_1_>

  <securityMode_1_ group="Wi-Fi">WEP</securityMode_1_>

  <cipherType_1_ group="Wi-Fi">TKIP</cipherType_1_>

  <wepKeyId_1_ group="Wi-Fi">1</wepKeyId_1_>

  <wepKeyLen_1_ group="Wi-Fi">64 bits(10 hex digits)</wepKeyLen_1_>

  <eapType_1_ group="Wi-Fi">LEAP</eapType_1_>

  <wepKey0_1_ group="Wi-Fi">blah</wepKey0_1_>

  <serverCert_1_ group="Wi-Fi"></serverCert_1_>

  <clientCert_1_ group="Wi-Fi"></clientCert_1_>

  <ttlsAuthProto_1_ group="Wi-Fi">MD5</ttlsAuthProto_1_>

We can see the phone contacting the TFTP server and pulling down the second spa525wifi.cfg file.

However, there is no profile created.

We have been through a bunch of different syntax types, but nothing seems to work.

Is there a trick to getting this to work?

We are not encrypting the file (at least for now). We just want to see if we can get it to work.

If the fact that we are not encrypting the file the reason why the phone will not create the WiFi profile?

Any help would greatly be appreciated!

Thank you

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SPA525G2 and WiFi Provisioning

Hi,

sorry for the wasted post.

We were actually able to figure it out.

It ended up being a syntax error in our spa525wifi.cfg file.

We believe it was mainly caused by forgetting to put in the syntax

for opening and closing a profile:

Once we placed this into the file we were able to provision the wireless

profile on our spa525g2 phones.

Thank you