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[FAQ] Can I register my Polycom Phone with a “XYZ” SIP Server?

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[FAQ] Can I register my Polycom Phone with a “XYZ” SIP Server?

Poly IP Phone Platform Compatibility:

 

In general Poly IP Phones have been interoperability tested with several of our Partners => here <=

 

Poly cannot provide support for any Platforms that have not been tested but this does not exclude basic call features.

 

Simple SIP Setup Example:

 

A simple SIP registration only needs the following settings:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<!-- Application SIP Mink 4.0.0.26884 09-Sep-11 12:32 -->
<!-- Created 19-09-2011 10:50 -->
<CONFIG>
	<OVERRIDES
		reg.1.address="3011"
		reg.1.auth.password="3011"
		reg.1.auth.userId="3011"
		reg.1.label="3011"
		reg.1.server.1.address="asterisk16.t2voice.tech-support.lab"
		/>
</CONFIG>

 

These are on a per Phone basis and each registration / phone would need an individual file and could be loaded within the 00000000000.cfg via the substitution method.

 

A simple script for mass deploying Poly phones can be found => here <= 

 

These settings can also be made via the Web Interface or the Phones GUI.

 

  • Address = the Extension/DDI/Username assigned to the Phone’s Account on the SIP Switch
  • Auth User ID = the Extension/DDI/Username assigned to the Phone’s Account on the SIP Switch
  • Auth Password = the Password assigned to the Phone’s Account on the SIP Switch
  • Label = can be used to show the Phones DDI or Name when idle

  • Server 1 Address = Hostname/FQDN or IP Address of the SIP Server (In the below example 10.252.75.119)

 

Example pre UCS 4.0.0 (UCS 3.3.x or SIP 3.2.x or earlier)

 

BasicRegistration_pre UCS4.png

 

Example UCS 4.0.x

 

BasicRegistration_UCS4.png

 

Example UCS 4.1.x or later

 

UCS41x_LineRegistering.PNGExample via the Phone GUI

 

 

Menu Key => Settings => Advanced => Password 456 => Admin Settings => Line Configuration


Server_00.png Server_01.png

 

Server_02.png Server_03.png

 

Server_04.png Server_05.png

 

Server_06.png

 

Menu Key => Settings => Advanced => Password 456 => Admin Settings => Line Configuration => Server 1

 

 Server_07.png Server_08.png

 

Menu Key => Settings => Advanced => Password 456 => Admin Settings => Line Configuration => Authentication

 

Server_09.png Server_10.png

 

Additional Lines:

 

The same way the Line 1 was added additional Lines or SIP providers with their Individual lines can be added:

 

SIP_AdditionalLines.png

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<CONFIG>
	<OVERRIDES
		reg.1.address="3011"
		reg.1.auth.password="3011"
		reg.1.auth.userId="3011"
		reg.1.label="3011"
		reg.1.server.1.address="asterisk16.t2voice.tech-support.lab"
		reg.2.address="3030"
		reg.2.auth.password="3030"
		reg.2.auth.userId="3030"
		reg.2.label="3030"
		reg.2.server.1.address="server.sbaierhome.lab"
		/>
</CONFIG>

 

Cisco Call Manager example:

 

CUCM_Trio.PNG

More details on Cisco CUCM => here <=

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Notice: This community forum is not an official Poly support resource, thus responses from Poly employees, partners, and customers alike are best-effort in attempts to share learned knowledge. If you need immediate and/or official assistance please open a service ticket through your proper support channels.
Please also ensure you always check the VoIP , Video Endpoint , Skype for Business , PSTN or RPM FAQ's
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Re: [FAQ] Can I register my Polycom Phone with a “XYZ” SIP Server?

Registering an Obi Edition Phone to a SIP server:

 

  • Browse to the IP Adress of the Obi Edition Phone and enter the >admin password<
  • Select Service Providers > And select the Profile you want to use
  • Select General and add a Name

    obiSIP_Register_01.jpg

  • Select SIP and enter the Registrar Server and any required proxy's

    obiSIP_Register_02.jpg
  • Select Voice Services and chose the matching ITSP Profile previously added and set Enable it and set RegisterEnable.

    obiSIP_Register_03.jpg
    and add AuthUserName and AuthPassword.
    obiSIP_Register_04.jpg.png

 

Obi D230

 

In order to find the IP either:

 

  • Menu -> Settings -> Basestation Info
    or
  • Dial *** and select option 1

 

Assign incoming calls to a DECT Handset to ring on: 

 

  • Set Inbound Call Route to include DECT Handset you want to ring on incoming call from the respective Voice Service
  • DT1 stands for DECT Telephone 1, DT2 stands for DECT Telephone 2 and etc. The options are DT1 to DT10
  • For example, if you want DECT Handset 1, 2 and 3 to ring on an incoming call to SP1 Service below. Your Inbound Call Route should look like this: dt1,dt2,dt3
  • An advanced rule such as only forwarding call to specific DECT Handset based on caller ID is available too. Refer to Admin guide for details
    D230Obi_01.png

Setting up which line is available on which Handset for outbound calls:

 

  • Set OutboundServices under DECT Wireless -> Handset x
  • Sp1 stands for Service Provider 1, sp2 for Service Provider 2 ; pp stands for peer to peer (aka: Obitalk)
  • For example, if I want Handset 1 to have the option to call using SP2, SP5 and SP6 Line and no OBitalk. Your Outbound services should only be : sp2,sp5,sp6
  • Primary Line is the mainline that will show on the DECT phone main screen.
    D230Obi_02.png
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Please also ensure you always check the VoIP , Video Endpoint , Skype for Business , PSTN or RPM FAQ's
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