Auto Provision Snom IP Phone with Yeastar P-Series Cloud Edition

This topic takes Snom D865 (firmware: as an example to introduce how to provision a Snom IP phone with Yeastar P-Series Cloud Edition.


The firmwares of Snom IP phone and Yeastar PBX meet the following requirements.

Model Phone Requirement PBX Requirement
D120 or later or later
D140 or later or later

D150 or later or later

D315 or later or later
D335 or later or later
D385 or later or later
D713 or later or later
D717 or later or later
D735 or later or later
D785 or later or later
D862 or later or later
D865 or later or later
M100 KLE or later or later
M500 1.12.2 or later or later
M300 BSV530B2 or later or later
M400 BSV610B5 or later or later
M900 BSV530B7 or later or later


  • Make sure that you have downloaded the template for the desired phone model (Path: Auto Provisioning > Resource Repository > Default Templates).
  • RESET the IP phone if it is previously used.
  • Gather information of the IP phone, including Vendor, Model, and MAC address.


Step 1. Add the Snom IP phone on PBX

  1. Log in to PBX web portal, go to Auto Provisioning > Phones.
  2. Click Add > Add.
  3. In the IP Phone section, enter the following phone information.

    • Vendor: Select Snom.
    • Model: Select a phone model. In this example, select snomD865.
    • MAC Address: Enter the MAC address of the IP phone.
  4. In the Option section, configure the following settings.

    • Template: Select a desired template from the drop-down list.
      Note: You can select the default template corresponding to the phone model, or customize your own template. For more information, see Create a Custom Auto Provisioning Template.
    • Authentication for the First-time Auto Provisioning: If enabled, users are requested to fill in authentication information on the IP phones before triggering the first-time provisioning.
      Note: We recommend that you keep this option selected.
  5. In the Assign Extension section, assign an extension to the IP phone.

    Tip: If your desired extension is not listed in the drop-down list, it indicates that the extension has been associated with an IP phone.
  6. Click Save.

    The PBX will send an event notification of RPS Request Success.

Step 2. Trigger the IP phone to complete provisioning

  1. Reboot the IP phone.
  2. If you have enabled Authentication for the First-time Auto Provisioning on the PBX, enter the authentication credential on the IP phone.

    • Login ID: Enter the extension number that is assigned to the phone.
    • Password: Enter the extension's Voicemail Access PIN.
      Note: You can check the Voicemail Access PIN in the Voicemail tab on the extension's configuration page.


  • The IP phone automatically downloads the configurations from the PBX and applies the settings.
  • The extension is successfully registered on the IP phone. You can check the registration status on Auto Provisioning > Phone on the PBX web portal.