My rehabilitation hospital is located right next to a large hospital connected by a catwalk. We have had 3 incidents where our RTs have gone over to the hospital next door for patient MRIs and our Cisco 7925 wireless phones are being configured with that hospitals wireless profile. The RTs are saying that no one from that hospital are manually configuring the phones to be on their wireless network so they can be used while off our wireless network. We're thinking that the RTs are putting their phones down and picking up the other hospitals 7925s by accident before leaving. My question to you is...Does the Cisco 7925s have an auto configuration tool that will automatically pick up on a particular wireless network and automatically configure itself and register with a Call Manager? Thanks!
So are we concluding that there's no auto config profile for these 7925s that will automatically configure them on a wireless network?
Not easily done.
If so, I can accept that and advise my RTs to make sure they grab the correct phones when they leave the hospital.
If you can make it VISIBLY easy to identify both phones, then this is the best bet.
Either put the phones with a different-colored lanyard or a sticker. Not sure if you can change the screen logo on these things.