Upgrade Requrement for All Yealink Skype for Business IP Phones Due to Microsoft Deprecated TLS1.0/1.1

Microsoft recently announced that AAD and SFB Online will deprecate TLS 1.0/1.1 by June 1st 2021. This will impact the Skype for Business phones (3PIP) , running on older firmware with TLS 1.0/1.1 support. All the Skype for Business phones which doesn’t support TLS1.2 will not be able to sign in after June 1st 2021.

Affected Scope – SFB Phone with SFB Online Account

In order to ensure the users can successfully sign in to the Skype for Business phones, requesting you to make sure all the devices are upgraded to the firmware which support TLS 1.2. Administrators must complete the following steps before the deadline.

Step One:
Upgrade the firmware to the version that support TLS 1.2.
To download the Skype for Business firmware, please visit : Yealink Technical Support.

MP5X Desk Phone SeriesMP58/MP54122.9.0.5 and above
MP56122.9.0.4 and above
T5X Desk Phone SeriesT58A/T56A/T55A55.9.0.17 and above
Conference PhoneCP96073.8.0.38 and above
T4XS Desk Phone SeriesT48S/T46S/T42S/T41S66.9.0.89 and above
T4XG Desk Phone SeriesT48G35.8.0.81 and above
T46G28.8.0.81 and above
T41P/T42G29.8.0.81 and above
T40P54.8.1.65 and above

Step Two:
When you finish the upgrade or you already used the version above, you still need to add below configuration to your SFB phones. It configures the TLS version to use for handshake negotiation between the phone and server.

security.default_ssl_method = 3   Or  security.default_ssl_method = 5

Permitted Values:
0-TLS 1.0 ;  4-TLS 1.1 ; 5-TLS 1.2 ;
3-SSL V23 (automatic negotiation with the server. The phone starts with TLS1.2 for negotiation.)

To download the .cfg file of the configuration above, please visit: security.default_ssl_method = 3 .cfg
To Auto Provisioning Yealink Skype for Business phone, please refer to: Auto Provisioning Guide for Yealink Skype for Business Phones

For more information, please refer to Transport Layer Security 1.0 and 1.1 disablement – Microsoft Lifecycle | Microsoft Docs

Sourced from: Yealink. View the original article here.

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