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Is there a tutorial on Trio Config Files?

Adam in DC
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Is there a tutorial on Trio Config Files?

While the Web Interface on a Trio is complex - I am rapidly discovering that it only controls a fraction of the device.  In order to truly customize a Trio - you have to know how to manage and understand config files.  

 

Unfortunately, I can find no resource, whether by Poly or another company, that offers an intro 101 on how to use config files for a Trio (I think this applies to other products as well).  There are some good videos on YouTube by Jan that show the power of cfg files - but not enough of the basics. 

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction here?  

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SteffenBaierUK
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Is there a tutorial on Trio Config Files?

Hello @Adam in DC ,

 

Welcome back to the Poly Community.

 

Mar 08, 2013 Question: Where can I download configuration files from or create these myself?

Resolution: Please check => here <=

 

You can pretty much keep this super easy and only include what you want to change. It needs to be in XML structure.

 

AKA:

 

<device         device.set="1"
                device.baseProfile.set="1"
                device.baseProfile="Lync"
                device.auth.localAdminPassword.set="1" 
                device.auth.localAdminPassword="789"
                device.eulaAccepted.set="1" 
                device.eulaAccepted="1"
                prov.eula.accepted="1"
				prov.polling.enabled="1"
                prov.polling.mode="random"
                prov.polling.period="86400"
                prov.polling.time="01:00"
                prov.polling.timeRandomEnd="05:00"
                prov.userControl.enabled="1"
                prov.userControl.postponeTime="00:15" 
                prov.startupCheck.enabled="1"
				tcpIpApp.sntp.olsonTimezoneID="Europe/London"
				apps.restapi.enabled="1"
				httpd.cfg.enabled="1"
                httpd.cfg.secureTunnelRequired="1"
                httpd.enabled="1"
				lcl.ml.lang="English_United_Kingdom"/>

 

 

The above is an without any extra fields or comments

 

More complex with better readability:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<!-- Change to Microsoft Skype for Business -->
<!-- Change Admin Password to 789 -->
<!-- Accept the End User License Agreement -->
<device                device.set="1"
                device.baseProfile.set="1"
                device.baseProfile="Lync"
                device.auth.localAdminPassword.set="1" 
                device.auth.localAdminPassword="789"
                device.eulaAccepted.set="1" 
                device.eulaAccepted="1"
                prov.eula.accepted="1"/>
<!-- Polling for new configuration daily between 01:00 and 05:00 with a postpone option -->
<!-- Enable device on a reboot to check provisioning server -->
<polling prov.polling.enabled="1"
                prov.polling.mode="random"
                prov.polling.period="86400"
                prov.polling.time="01:00"
                prov.polling.timeRandomEnd="05:00"
                prov.userControl.enabled="1"
                prov.userControl.postponeTime="00:15" 
                prov.startupCheck.enabled="1"/>
<!-- Set UK timezone -->
<!-- See https://documents.polycom.com/bundle/trio-ag-5-9-0-AA/page/r2732735.html for more countries -->
<tcpIpApp           tcpIpApp.sntp.olsonTimezoneID="Europe/London" />
<!-- Enable REST API -->
<!-- https://community.polycom.com/t5/VoIP-SIP-Phones/FAQ-REST-API/td-p/98914 -->
<apps    apps.restapi.enabled="1" />
<!-- Enable Web Interface for HTTPS -->
<httpd  httpd.cfg.enabled="1"
                httpd.cfg.secureTunnelRequired="1"
                httpd.enabled="1" />
<!-- Enable English United Kindom for PhoneUI -->
<!-- Arabic_AE-->
<!-- Chinese_China-->
<!-- Chinese_Taiwan-->
<!-- Czech_Czechia-->
<!-- Danish_Denmark-->
<!-- DTGerman_Germany-->
<!-- Dutch_Netherlands-->
<!-- English_Canada-->
<!-- English_United_Kingdom-->
<!-- English_United_States-->
<!-- French_Canada-->
<!-- French_France-->
<!-- German_Germany-->
<!-- Hungarian_Hungary-->
<!-- Italian_Italy-->
<!-- Japanese_Japan-->
<!-- Korean_Korea-->
<!-- Norwegian_Norway-->
<!-- Polish_Poland-->
<!-- Portuguese_Portugal-->
<!-- Romanian_Romania-->
<!-- Russian_Russia-->
<!-- Slovenian_Slovenia-->
<!-- Spanish_Spain-->
<!-- Swedish_Sweden-->
<lcl lcl.ml.lang="English_United_Kingdom"          />

 

 

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

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

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Adam in DC
Valued Contributor

Re: Is there a tutorial on Trio Config Files?

Thanks Steffen.  It's a little overwhelming to a newbie - but it's a start.  

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