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I would like to know how to provision SNOM phones with RW permisssions.
Standaard permissions are just "R"
Is there a template override for giving permisssions "RW"
I tried this ;
ntp_server perm="RW": {$NTP_PRIMARY}
timezone perm="RW": BRA2-3
utc_offset: {$TIMEZONE_OFFSET}
ntp_refresh_timer perm="RW": {$NTP_REFRESH}
http_user: admin
http_pass: {$ADMIN_PASSWORD}
http_client_user: admin
http_client_pass: {$ADMIN_PASSWORD}
admin_mode_login: admin
admin_mode_password: {$ADMIN_PASSWORD}
admin_mode_password_confirm: {$ADMIN_PASSWORD}
filter_registrar: off
network_id_port: 5060
@if ($firmware_status) {
firmware_status: http://{$OPERATOR_IP}{$firmware_status}
@ } else {
@ }
firmware_interval: 5
update_policy perm="RW": auto_update
settings_refresh_timer perm="RW": 3600
answer_after_policy!: idle
challenge_checksync: on
auto_dial: {$AUTODIAL_TIMEOUT}
Only the ntp_server perm does work
Hope to hear from you soon !

Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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It is the last character !&$ that matters, for example "user_host{$i}$: {$OPERATOR_IP}" will be read-only.

For more information see < n_Files>
Parameter names can be followed by one specific character called flag:

    A parameter followed by ! can be changed by the user. However the parameter value will only be stored if that parameter has not been configured yet. Only parameters followed by $ can be overwritten, DO NOT use ! in that case.
    A parameter followed by & (or no flag) becomes write-protected (read only)
    A parameter followed by $ can be changed but will be overwritten on reboot. $ will appear on the Settings page as ! (available from firmware version 4.2 onwards)

I find the "!" a bit tricky as it will be stored only if the field hasn't been already configured. A phone needs to be reset in order to use an updated value.
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