The IP Phone Registration process articles are some of the most visited articles on my personal blog. So when my employer began a new initiative asking employees to contribute content to the business blog, I proposed and was greenlit to rewrite and publish my IP Phone Registration overview as a six part blog series.
There will be some rehash of information previously posted here, but there will also be parts that haven’t yet been covered.
The full series will be:
- Part 1, IP Phone registration process overview – A review of the basic registration process, the phases, a couple of tips and some hints of topics to come.
- Part 2, Manual IP deployment, Partial and Full DCHP deployment – the essential information needed for all phone deployment scenarios.
- Part 3, Full DHCP in more detail – the power of DHCP and auto configuration.
- Part 4, integrating switch level registration – creating efficiencies in phone registration using LLDP/ADAC.
- Part 5, Using TFTP provisioning for security and redundancy – advanced IP phone deployment techniques using TFTP provisioning.
- Part 6, remote worker scenarios, NAT, VPN, Firewalls – advanced networking scenarios.
Next week, I anticipate getting part 2 approved and published.
Now, for the “Call to Action”– I get special recognition at my job if my articles happen to be the most viewed articles over the next 6 months (compared to any of my co-worker’s articles.) So, I know this topic is popular and I’m hoping you’ll be tempted by more information on this topic.
Go ahead– do us both a favor and click through to the first article Understanding IP Phone deployment, registration process overview.
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