Provisioning through UVC ClearSea
UVC ClearSea allows Icon to discover a provisioning server and to configure itself with settings that are specified on the server. When auto provisioning is enabled, UVC ClearSea functions as the provisioning server. Whenever your device discovers this server, it retrieves the hosted configuration settings and applies them locally.
NOTE: Automatic provisioning requires Icon to discover the provisioning server. Read more about discovering the provisioning server.
You can use one of the following options to provision Icon through UVC ClearSea:
|OPTION 1:Register your Icon to UVC ClearSea over H.323 or SIP||Lifesize MCU conferences appear in Meetings on your Icon. Learn how to enable support for Lifesize MCU conferences.|
|OPTION 2:Integrate Icon with UVC ClearSea (using SIP only)||Icon applies configuration settings from UVC ClearSea to enable multiway calling. Learn how to integrate Icon with UVC ClearSea.|
Select > to view the auto provisioning status in the Communications section of the table. If your system was provisioned successfully, the IP address of the provisioning server appears.
If no explicit ports are available, Icon attempts to communicate through the following default ports:
- HTTP requests are sent to port 80. Failed requests revert to port 8180.
- HTTPS requests are sent to port 443. Failed requests revert to port 8181.