Joe this what I use on a Cisco 2600 router for Mitel Phones
ip dhcp pool Cortez_phone
network 192.168.3.0 255.255.255.0
option 128 hex c0a8.0102
option 129 hex c0a8.0102
option 130 ascii "MITEL IP PHONE"
Thank you. I will try this tomorrow. Did the Mitel phones provision or did you still have to go into the phone menu to allow option 129? What I am getting at is trying to accomplish "zero" touch provisioning for my end users. Once again thank you in advance.
nope the phone have the options burned into the boot up firmware
hope this helps
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