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FortiVoice Cookbook

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Configuring HTTP or HTTPS protocol support

For successful auto provisioning to occur across multiple subnets, the HTTP and HTTPS protocols must be enabled on the FortiVoice network interface.

  1. Go to System > Network > Network.
  2. Select the network interface in use (in this example, port1) and select Edit.
  3. Expand Advanced Setting.
  4. Under Access, make sure HTTP and/or HTTPS is enabled, then select OK.
  5. Go to System > Advanced > Auto Provisioning.
  6. Under Auto Provisioning, select Enabled (and optionally enable Unassigned phone).
  7. Set Provisioning protocol to either HTTPS or HTTP, and select Apply.

DHCP server

  1. On your DHCP server, set:
    1. Option 66 to the protocol in use
    2. IP address of FortiVoice
    3. Protocol port number
    4. Provisioning folder (for example, http://192.168.1.99:80/provisioning/, or https://192.168.1.99:443/provisioning/)
  2. The protocol ports can be changed from their default values on FortiVoice by going to System > Configuration > Option. Make note of any changes made on FortiVoice.
  3. After the DHCP settings are verified, connect the FortiFone devices to the network, or reboot them if already connected.

Configuring HTTP or HTTPS protocol support

For successful auto provisioning to occur across multiple subnets, the HTTP and HTTPS protocols must be enabled on the FortiVoice network interface.

  1. Go to System > Network > Network.
  2. Select the network interface in use (in this example, port1) and select Edit.
  3. Expand Advanced Setting.
  4. Under Access, make sure HTTP and/or HTTPS is enabled, then select OK.
  5. Go to System > Advanced > Auto Provisioning.
  6. Under Auto Provisioning, select Enabled (and optionally enable Unassigned phone).
  7. Set Provisioning protocol to either HTTPS or HTTP, and select Apply.

DHCP server

  1. On your DHCP server, set:
    1. Option 66 to the protocol in use
    2. IP address of FortiVoice
    3. Protocol port number
    4. Provisioning folder (for example, http://192.168.1.99:80/provisioning/, or https://192.168.1.99:443/provisioning/)
  2. The protocol ports can be changed from their default values on FortiVoice by going to System > Configuration > Option. Make note of any changes made on FortiVoice.
  3. After the DHCP settings are verified, connect the FortiFone devices to the network, or reboot them if already connected.