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    Noticed that on the LAN, the Yealink IP phones, e.g. T28, T20 works well and gets auto connected when the MAC and line is defined for Quadro8ML (Version 5.27). However, I am beginning to notice that even if I don't define the MAC address, e.g. new phone unit, the connected Yealink IP phone gets automatically provisioned and even enables a Line that is disabled.

    This came about by having a Quadro8ML and Quadro6L connected on same network and at times the Yealink phone gets auto-provisioned on the other unit even when the MAC address is not defined.

    By inference, that means one can connect a new Yealink phone on the LAN and automatically it gets provisioned for use.

    Is the observation correct and if so, is there a way to stop this from happening?

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    disable PnP on Line Settings GUI page.

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    Hi hrant,

    Many thanks, that worked after the suggested change.

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