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Streamlined way to configure a UC560 and 40+ handsets

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Hi all; I have a UC560 and 40+ handsets to deploy.  I have a test environment to set it up in first, and don't want to pull every handset out of the box and connect it just so the CNA can discover it.  Is there an easier way, say scan the mac addresses from the side of the box and import?  And documentation on how to deploy a largish UC setup would be helpful.  Thanks!
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I used to carry my  bar code scanner ( i got it from my office) in any onsite IP Tel  implementation.bar code scanner can take mac address from the cartons to your note pad .

I dont think there is a deployment documenation for specifics.


I think once you get mac address in the notepad and  if you already have extension list with username,
and Dial-pan with calling previlieges,,,,
it is an hour job to create  ephone-dn and ephone and also dial-peers



Once you made you ephones configuration using mac adress ,,
just take print out of  a list with mac-address verses extension number and give to ur assistant to label on each phone on the deplyment day.








HTH







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