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DHCP Option 43 - Mitel Phone System

Has anyone been able to get this to work with a Mitel Phone system? It requires One Bye Data type and I am struggling to get the data converted to that. Just was wondering if I am alone on this!

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  • BWCBWC Cybersecurity Overlord ✭✭✭

    Hi @CBack85 what do you need to send via DHCP Option 43? I did this a few times for different devices and it worked fine.

    This is how I did it for elmeg as example. IIRC I created it as HEX and it got converted to DEC on the way, there was something weird going on.

    --Michael@BWC

  • CBack85CBack85 Newbie ✭

    Hi @BWC I need to get these options to the Mitel phones but I am not smart enough to get this converted to the One Bye Data the SonicWall requires. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

    id:ipphone.mitel.com;sw_tftp=192.168.1.130;call_srv=192.168.1.130;vlan=10;l2p=6;dscp=56;

  • CBack85CBack85 Newbie ✭

    So I got in Hex but no idea how to convert this.....

    000004035869643A697070686F6E652E6D6974656C2E636F6D3B73775F746674703D3139322E3136382E312E3133303B63616C6C5F7372763D3139322E3136382E312E3133303B766C616E3D31303B6C32703D363B647363703D35363B

  • BWCBWC Cybersecurity Overlord ✭✭✭

    @CBack85 I don't know the format the Mitel Phone expecting via DHCP Option 43, but the string you mentioned (id:ipphone....) would be

    0x69;0x64;0x3a;0x69;0x70;0x70;0x68;0x6f;0x6e;0x65;0x2e;0x6d;0x69;0x74;0x65;0x6c;0x2e;0x63;0x6f;0x6d;0x3b;0x73;0x77;0x5f;0x74;0x66;0x74;0x70;0x3d;0x31;0x39;0x32;0x2e;0x31;0x36;0x38;0x2e;0x31;0x2e;0x31;0x33;0x30;0x3b;0x63;0x61;0x6c;0x6c;0x5f;0x73;0x72;0x76;0x3d;0x31;0x39;0x32;0x2e;0x31;0x36;0x38;0x2e;0x31;0x2e;0x31;0x33;0x30;0x3b;0x76;0x6c;0x61;0x6e;0x3d;0x31;0x30;0x3b;0x6c;0x32;0x70;0x3d;0x36;0x3b;0x64;0x73;0x63;0x70;0x3d;0x35;0x36;0x3b

    --Michael@BWC

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