Cisco 7925G and CUCM 6.0

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Feb 5th, 2009
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Can anyone tell me how this phone type is added in CUCM 6? I'm assuming that it is added to the system as a 7921, correct?

Correct Answer by Rob Huffman about 8 years 5 months ago

Hi Shikamaru,


Hope all is well my friend! The 7925 will be added as a 7925 (not 7921)If you don't see it offered up as a valid phone choice via "Add new Phone" or in the Device Defaults you will need to upgrade to the Device Pak indicated below;


Before installing the firmware, use Table 1 below to verify that your Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G. If your Cisco Unified Communications Manager does not support the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G, you will need to upgrade to a Cisco Unified Communications Manager release that supports the phone and/or install a device pack that will add the support for the phone.


Table 1: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release Requirements for Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G Support


CUCM Release

Minimum Service Release (SR) Required

DevicePack Required?

DevicePack Minimum Release

Notes


4.1(1) - 4.1(3)

-

Yes

4.1(82)

Install device pack


4.2(1) - 4.2(3)

-

Yes

4.2(3.55)

Install device pack


4.3(2)

-

Yes

4.3(2.08)

Install device pack


5.1(1) - 5.1(2)

5.1(3)

Yes

5.1.3.4114-2

Upgrade to 5.1(3) and install device pack


5.1(3)

-

Yes

5.1.3.4114-2

Install device pack


6.0(1)

-

Yes

***DevicePack Minimum Release 6.0.1.3112-1

Install device pack


6.1(1)

6.1(2)

Yes

6.1.2.1120-1

Upgrade to 6.1(2) and install device pack


6.1(2)

-

Yes

6.1.2.1120-1

Install device pack


7.0(1)

-

Yes

7.0.1.12004-1

Install device pack



http://www.cisco.com/web/software/282074289/23369/cmterm-7925-sccp.1-3-1-Readme.html



Hope this helps!

Rob


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Rob Huffman Thu, 02/05/2009 - 11:15
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Hi Shikamaru,


Hope all is well my friend! The 7925 will be added as a 7925 (not 7921)If you don't see it offered up as a valid phone choice via "Add new Phone" or in the Device Defaults you will need to upgrade to the Device Pak indicated below;


Before installing the firmware, use Table 1 below to verify that your Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G. If your Cisco Unified Communications Manager does not support the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G, you will need to upgrade to a Cisco Unified Communications Manager release that supports the phone and/or install a device pack that will add the support for the phone.


Table 1: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release Requirements for Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G Support


CUCM Release

Minimum Service Release (SR) Required

DevicePack Required?

DevicePack Minimum Release

Notes


4.1(1) - 4.1(3)

-

Yes

4.1(82)

Install device pack


4.2(1) - 4.2(3)

-

Yes

4.2(3.55)

Install device pack


4.3(2)

-

Yes

4.3(2.08)

Install device pack


5.1(1) - 5.1(2)

5.1(3)

Yes

5.1.3.4114-2

Upgrade to 5.1(3) and install device pack


5.1(3)

-

Yes

5.1.3.4114-2

Install device pack


6.0(1)

-

Yes

***DevicePack Minimum Release 6.0.1.3112-1

Install device pack


6.1(1)

6.1(2)

Yes

6.1.2.1120-1

Upgrade to 6.1(2) and install device pack


6.1(2)

-

Yes

6.1.2.1120-1

Install device pack


7.0(1)

-

Yes

7.0.1.12004-1

Install device pack



http://www.cisco.com/web/software/282074289/23369/cmterm-7925-sccp.1-3-1-Readme.html



Hope this helps!

Rob


shikamarunara Thu, 02/05/2009 - 11:44
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Hey buddy,

All is well, thanks for asking :)


This is perfect. I guess I'll need to update, doen't look too involved. Thanks again.


-Shikamaru

Rob Huffman Fri, 02/06/2009 - 07:32
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Hey Shikamaru,


You are always welcome :) Have a great weekend.


Cheers!

Rob

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