OSS PBX End Point Manager and's Commercial End Point Manager have, broadly speaking, the same function: to provision end point hardware devices such as phone handsets. However, the two are different implementations and are not compatible with each other's settings. There is no migration path between the two in terms of preserving settings. In addition, the two cannot be used simultaneously on the same FreePBX system.

This page describes how to record your settings from the OSS PBX End Point Manager to assist with the configuration of the Commercial End Point Manager.

Step 1: Record OSS End Point Manager settings

Record OSS End Point Manager Settings as they will need to be later re-created in Commercial End Point Manager.

Non-exhaustive list of settings to record:

As a backup measure, copy the contents of /tftpboot to a safe location.

cp -a /tftpboot /tftpboot-ossepm-backup

Step 2: Uninstall OSS End Point Manager and remove /tftpboot contents

Now empty /tftpboot, leaving the directory itself in place.

rm -rf /tftpboot/*

Step 3: Install Commercial End Point Manager

Note that a license needs to be purchased for Commercial End Point Manager first.

As a verification step, the /tftpboot directory should now have some files in it:

drwxr-xr-x.  4 asterisk asterisk   4096 Aug 11 23:50 .
dr-xr-xr-x. 24 root     root       4096 Aug 11 23:42 ..
drwxr-xr-x   2 asterisk asterisk   4096 Aug 11 23:50 firmwaredownloads
drwxr-xr-x   4 asterisk asterisk   4096 Aug 11 23:50 images
-rw-r--r--   1 asterisk asterisk 192410 Aug 11 23:51 legacy_sip.cfg

Step 4: Configure Commercial End Point Manager