[Serusers] Questions about IP Phone cisco7960??

Dan Austin Dan_Austin at Phoenix.com
Mon Jul 28 12:05:27 CEST 2003

There can be any number of reasons for the problems you are having.

1.  Are you using DHCP or manually assigning the settings to the phone?
	In either case have you set the proxy_server address?
2.  Is the phone already running a SIP firmware?

The TFTP server can be the same box, or a different one.  The only 
benefit to a separate system is to reduce non-SIP related traffic from
your proxy.  I'm cheap and lazy, so I have the DHCP and TFTP services
running on the same box as SER.

As to where to find the Cisco files, that is a tricky bit.  The first file
is only one line of text, no big deal to create from scratch.  The .cnf
files are also something that would not be a problem to get someone to 
share with you.  The firmware image is another issue, if your phone is
not already running a SIP image.  To get a copy from Cisco, you need a
Smartnet contract.  You won't find a lot of people willing to share the
file, as Cisco could get unpleasent is you redistribute their firmware.

Some one posted here a short while back that adding Smartnet to a single
phone is about US $70 a year.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hassan CHOUMAR [mailto:Hassan.Choumar at int-evry.fr] 
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2003 4:36 PM
To: serusers at lists.iptel.org
Subject: [Serusers] Questions about IP Phone cisco7960??

 I installed the server SER he works well with users agents software as (MSNMessenger 4.6, SJPHONE), with regard to IPphone as cisco 7960 I have a problem it is that he cannot look for the server SER, during his functioning, what is that nobody can help me to know where from comes the problem, 
With regard to the server TFTP is what that is the same that of the server SER, 
anybody knows where is files to be downloaded on the server TFTP.

7.2.2.        On the TFTP server load these files:
a.       OS79XX - Identifies which firmware the phone should load
with no extension. Example: P0S3-04-1-00

b.      P0S3-04-1-00.bin - The firmware image

c.       SIPDefault.cnf -      Site wide configuration options

d.      SIPmacaddress.cnf - Phone specific settings, including logon
name and password.  Example: SIP000A8A93D466.cnf

e.       RINGLIST.DAT, ringer1.pcm, ringer2.pcm - ring tones

Thank you for advance 

CHOUMAR Hassan                                                    
cité universitaire de la pacaterie (chambre459)
91400 Orsay                                     
Por :33/0675909977
Email: hmchoumar at hotmail.com

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