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UC540 expansion port

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Nov 15th, 2011
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Can a Cisco SG300-28P switch be used with the expansion port on a UC540W?

Correct Answer by David Trad about 5 years 9 months ago

Marcus Casimir wrote:

"Friends don't let friends use SIP!"


Of course they do Friends don't let Friends stay in a proprietary world, friends encourage other friends to work within an open socieity (LONG LIVE FOSS!!)




Errr back on topic


Devin make sure you upgrade your SG/SF to version 1.1.8, I have had the best success with this revision and it is the latest (Last time I looked). But here is a hint, make sure that within CCA you go to the SmartPort configuration of that switch (Right Click on it) and set all the ports up to "IP Phone+Desktop" and the ports that is plugged into the expansion port set for "Switch" and make changes to the other ports that require it to their appropriate settings.


The SF/SG series switches do not seem to accept the changes as fluid as the ESW range did, they are pretty good switches, don't get me wrong, but their interoperability with CCA/UC still seems to be a little off.


Cheers,


David.

Correct Answer by daviddun about 5 years 9 months ago

Be sure to upgrade the firmware on the switch and it will work with no

problems







David Dunlap


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& CCNA-Voice



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Correct Answer by mcasimirc63 about 5 years 9 months ago

Yes.  The 200 and 300 series are supported via CCA also.

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mcasimirc63 Wed, 11/16/2011 - 04:04
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Yes.  The 200 and 300 series are supported via CCA also.

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daviddun Wed, 11/16/2011 - 05:45
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Be sure to upgrade the firmware on the switch and it will work with no

problems







David Dunlap


SBSC UC Support Engineer


CCNA, SCCP SIP certified


& CCNA-Voice



10:00am to 7:00pm EST


Monday to Friday



[email protected]



Office +1 (866) 606-1866 ext. 601050


Fax +1 (866) 875-3916





Cisco Steps to success for UC500 platform


https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-16634



Cisco SMB support forum


https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/small-business



Cisco Technical Enablement Labs


https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-9836



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Arthur Dunlap wrote:


Be sure to upgrade the firmware on the switch and it will work with no

problems










David Dunlap


SBSC UC Support Engineer


CCNA, SCCP SIP certified


& CCNA-Voice




"Friends don't let friends use SIP!"

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David Trad Mon, 11/21/2011 - 15:06
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Marcus Casimir wrote:

"Friends don't let friends use SIP!"


Of course they do Friends don't let Friends stay in a proprietary world, friends encourage other friends to work within an open socieity (LONG LIVE FOSS!!)




Errr back on topic


Devin make sure you upgrade your SG/SF to version 1.1.8, I have had the best success with this revision and it is the latest (Last time I looked). But here is a hint, make sure that within CCA you go to the SmartPort configuration of that switch (Right Click on it) and set all the ports up to "IP Phone+Desktop" and the ports that is plugged into the expansion port set for "Switch" and make changes to the other ports that require it to their appropriate settings.


The SF/SG series switches do not seem to accept the changes as fluid as the ESW range did, they are pretty good switches, don't get me wrong, but their interoperability with CCA/UC still seems to be a little off.


Cheers,


David.

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