The following guide will walk you through the process of provisioning your Polycom 335 phone to work on FluentCloud’s new and improved hosted phone system. Please note that you may contact a FluentStream Support Technician to assist you with this provisioning process. To contact support dial (303) GO-CLOUD and Select Option 2 for Support.
Provisioning your Polycom 335
Securely connect Polycom phone to your network router. Be
sure that all cables are properly inserted in the correct ports.
Before you begin configuring your phone to work with the new FluentCloud platform you will first need to restore the Polycom phone to its original factory settings. To do this, hold down the following four keys simultaneously (. After holding down for a few seconds the phone will prompt you to enter a password. You will need to contact support for the password at or . After you’ve entered the password, select Enter and the phone will reset to factory default.
Once the phone is booted all the way back up,
select Menu > Settings > Advanced
> Password is 456 > Admin Settings > Network Configuration. Scroll
down Server Menu and select. You
will see server type is set to TFP. (Click Edit and using
your arrow keys scroll and select . The scroll down to Server Address. The default shown should
be 0.0.0.0. Select Server Address
and using your keypad press the "#' key then enter . Please note that the symbol can be found by pressing
the key on your
keypad. Once you’ve entered the Server Address click Exit twice and then
select Save and Reboot.
Once you have completed the steps outlined above, your phone
will begin a reboot process that may take several minutes to complete.
Please DO NOT unplug the phone or make any other change to the settings while
the phone is booting up. Once the boot process has completed your Polycom phone
should be registered to work with FluentCloud. Contact a FluentStream
Support Technician to assist you if the phone is not working properly. To
contact support dial (303) GO-CLOUD and Select Option 2 for Support.
To manually reset the phone, you will first need to make sure the phone is connected to your network and is completely booted up. From the main screen, hit the Menu button —> Settings (Option 3) —> Advanced (Option 2) —> Password 456 —> Admin Settings (Option 1) —> Reset to Defaults (Option 5). Select the first reset, select yes, and wait for phone to boot up. Do the same for each available reset, and get back to the initial set up screen from step 2 above. You should now see FTP as the Server Type.