TFTP and DHCP options for VoIP phones

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  • #41428

    fish
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    With the addition of Asterisk as a package it would be fantastic to have a TFTP server included in zeroshell to allow the config of VoIP phones like the SPA942. In addition, the ability to set DHCP option 66 (TFTP boot server) would be handy in this application too.

    Thanks!

    #47492

    xavierd
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    @fish wrote:

    With the addition of Asterisk as a package it would be fantastic to have a TFTP server included in zeroshell to allow the config of VoIP phones like the SPA942. In addition, the ability to set DHCP option 66 (TFTP boot server) would be handy in this application too.

    Thanks!

    It would really be great to have the option 66 and the option 67 for the provisioning of many VoIP phones !
    Thanks in advance 😉

    #47493

    imported_fulvio
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    Probably, in the next release it will be possible configure the dhcp options.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47494

    fish
    Member

    Fantastic. Thanks Fulvio!

    #47495

    xavierd
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    Probably, in the next release it will be possible configure the dhcp options.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    Great ❗

    #47496

    mauri
    Member

    And it could be nice if was Zeroshell itself the TFTP server …

    In this way, Zeroshell could be a perfect terminal server with small client images (e.g. Slax) stored on the server hard disk.

    Thanks for your wonderful work, Fulvio

    #47497

    BobMeares
    Member

    fish wrote:
    With the addition of Asterisk as a package it would be fantastic to have a TFTP server included in zeroshell to allow the config of VoIP phones like the SPA942. In addition, the ability to set DHCP option 66 (TFTP boot server) would be handy in this application too.

    Thanks!

    It would really be great to have the option 66 and the option 67 for the provisioning of many VoIP phones !

    Wondered if the new release is out now—you mentioned these features might be available soon.

    #47498

    atheling
    Member

    @breezex wrote:

    Is it possible to wire a VoIP adapter to all the landlines in the house? If I disconnect the wires that lead into the house from the POTS terminal outside, they will have no input. Then can I connect the output jack on the back of my VoIP router to any landline jack in my house to have VoIP to every landline jack?

    Look at the REN (ringer equivalence number) on each of the phones in your house and then look at the specification of how many REN your VoIP ATA can drive. If the number on your ATA is larger than the sum of the REN on all your phones you can do it. (I am assuming your are in North America where the REN is required to be marked on the phones. I don’t know if that is true elsewhere.)

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