I am trying to provision soundpoint and vvx series phones.
I have the IP address and need to figure out the MAC Address.
Is there a way to achieve this?
I was thinking of using OPTIONS and retrieving User Agent header which has MAC.
however phones dont seem to be responding to OPTIONS message sent via TCP or UDP.
I am using socket library to send messages.
What am i missing here?
|Phone Model||SoundPoint IP 335|
|UC Software Version||126.96.36.1995|
|BootROM Software Version||5.0.13.0801|
why not simply get the log of the phone after a reboot?
The App.log and/or Boot.log should show the MAC address at the beginning.
Diagnostics > View & Download Logs
Or if you have access to the DHCP server you could filter for 00:04:f2 and 64:16:7F
Thank you for replying.
So just to give you an idea, i have people opening up tickets with IP and MAC of the phone and they want the phone to be configured. The ticket triggers a lambda to provision the phone.
We have some policy due to which we need to verify if the IP entered is of the correct MAC and provision phone accordingly through the Lambda function (python) in AWS.
I do not have access to the DHCP servers.
Sound point API is hard to crack and VVX API works above 5.8 if i am not wrong.
below UC Software 5.8.0 there was no REST API.
We always had things like the Telephonie Notificaltion we explain here:
Nov 24, 2014 Question: Can the Phone send Telephony Event Notifications?
Resolution: Please check => here <=
Feb 04, 2013 Question: Can I remotely control the Phone or send content to the Phone?
Answer: The <apps/> parameter can be used to utilize the push server controls and more information can be found => here <=
You could look into the sec.tagSerialNo="1" parameter as this add's the MAC into any SIP communication via the User-Agent as explained >here<.
This is similar to the device.prov.tagSerialNo parameters that offer similar functionality.
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