SPA3000 firmware?

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Sep 26th, 2009
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I used to regularly check these 2 pages for firmware updates:

SPA3000v1 Cur: 3.1.20(GW)?

SPA3102v1 Cur: 5.1.7?

but now they redirect me to some Cisco business page. Searching around the site for the firmware is hard but I eventually found the one for the SPA3102 but could not find the firmware for the SPA3000.

1. Would it be possible to update the page the website redirects to so that it is a little more relevant/helpful?

2. Where is the SPA3000 firmware?

Thank you for your time :)


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Loading. Mon, 10/26/2009 - 04:26
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Where do we find firmware for the SPA2000? A manual would also be quite handy.

Alberto Montilla Mon, 10/26/2009 - 04:33
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Dear Sir;

This product is no longer supported. No new firmware is available.


Marcofsherpa Mon, 04/25/2011 - 12:04
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As taken from its own configuration webpage:

Product Name:SPA-3000 Software Version:3.1.10(GWd) Hardware Version:2.0.1(7761)

Is there a "newer" version or a version that doesn't introduce a 'feature' there will never be a change to 'de-feature' the unit?

william_syd Thu, 01/21/2010 - 13:57
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Thank you for posting the 3.1.20 firmware.

This firmware, while reducing echo, introduced a DTMF bug where # is expanded in dial plans as 2 3.

Would it be possible for you to also post the 3.1.18 firmware for those affected by the bug and whom wish to revert their firmware.

Kind regards,


mdrudholm Wed, 08/11/2010 - 17:53
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I no longer see any references at all to the SPA-2000 or SPA-3000.  I realize they're EoL'd and don't expect new firmware versions to be developed, but could we have access to at least the last firmware?


Patrick Born Mon, 09/28/2009 - 15:45
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Hi Matthew,

Great questions.

The SPA3000 is EoL so I guess that's why it's hard to find. I've requested that it be made available from

I've attached the last release for you.

We've some easy links on the community to help locate documents and firmware:

Right at the bottom is a link to firmware and tools:

This doc links to the Cisco Support Center [login required]

There is also a link to anonymous downloads for Linksys products that moved to Cisco. Here's the direct link:





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