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How to deal with localization files when a single provisionning server serves multiple firmwares

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How to deal with localization files when a single provisionning server serves multiple firmwares

Hello,

 

I've carefully read the document [1].

If I'm not mistaken, it doesn't cover how localization files should be organized on a single provisionning server when this server is used by a mix of phones equiped with different firmware versions.

 

I've tried to play with MISC_FILES setting in 000000000000.cfg but no matter which value is set in MISC_FILES, phone request a dictionnary file from root directory.

 

The workaround I used is to create on provisonning server a symbolic link pointing to appropriate resource file, reboot appropriate phones and then remove symbolic link to make sure no phone receives an incorrect file.

 

Is there a better to proceed ?

 

Regards

 

 

[1] http://support.polycom.com/global/documents/support/technical/products/voice/SoundPointIP_Phone_Supp...

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Re: How to deal with localization files when a single provisionning server serves multiple firmwares

Hello olivier2831,


The /VVXLocalization Subdirectory always has to be in the root directory.

 

There should not be an issue if a phone is presented with a newer localized file as the phone itself should only look for its strings it knows.


Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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