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Marco Fabiani

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Hi all,

Does anyone have any experience with Yealink's RPS (Redirection & Provisioning Server) service? Did you get it to work? What were the steps?

I've created a hardware provision for 2 Yealink T38G handsets, added extensions, set the extensions as being behind NAT, added our server to the RPS service, added the MAC address of the 2 handsets, and upgraded to firmware 32.70.0.171.

However, the handsets just don't pickup the provisioning information.

When connected to the LAN the handsets work.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The packet sniffer is your friend in a situation like this. You need to find what is the difference when the RPS is involved and when it is not.
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