Problem Provisioning Cisco SPA303

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Hello. I’ve got a Cisco SPA303 that I’m trying to provision via http. I noticed that this device looks very similar to a PAP2T, so I used that as a template for my provisioning file.

However, the result is less than stellar. Line 1 registers and works.
However, lines 2 and 3 also register as line 1, effectively giving me a 1-line phone with 3 buttons.

Also, the line name is the same on all 3 phone lies.

I’ve looked on Cisco’s website and Googled around, but I can not find a true example of a provisioning file for this device. Anything I could find would be enough for me to make a template.

Does anyone know of an example provisioning file for this device?

I’ve included, below, a (sanitized) copy of the file I’m using. The user_id is simply the device’s MAC address, followed by a dash, then the line number.

Any help you could give me would be most appreciated.

hostnamexxx

No
No

3CCE73D241A9-1
3CCE73D241A9-1
3CCE73D241A9-1
DICLFUXOT1SWNQEW
Yes
yes
Yes

3CCE73D241A9-2
3CCE73D241A9-2
3CCE73D241A9-2
KVJJZPAMSI[WM1ISR
Yes
yes
Yes

example.com
example.com

example.com
example.com

http://example.com/index.pl?mac=$MA

0
0
0

2 thoughts on - Problem Provisioning Cisco SPA303

  • Download the SPC tool from the Cisco site. It includes the capability to generate examples.

    You can also do http://phoneip/admin/spacfg.xml to get the full config.

    Reading up on examples for the spa941/942/504 might help – they’re a bit more common.

    S

  • There is a setting that tells what SIP registration each line button is connected to. For whatever reason, they all default to registration one. Unlike most other phones, there is no direct relationship between a registration and a line button. This can actually be useful in some cases.

    The best way to get started with SPA configs is to set up the phone how you want it via the web UI, then go here and copy out the provisioning XML:

    http://phoneip/admin/spacfg.xml

    To answer your question directly, here’s what you need:

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