Hi - just looking to clarify my thinking and possible resolution.
We have a number of CUCM clusters all running 8.0 (3) ((126.96.36.19900-5)) and 1 running 8.5(1) ((188.8.131.5200-21)). We have a request to test some 7926G wireless telephones primarily for the barcode scanner function (and all goes well we will roll these out to all these hospital locations). None of our clusters have the firmware for the 7926G so this clearly needs to be added. I downloaded the COP file --> cmterm-7926-sccp.1-4-2.cop.sgn <--- and read through the installation process. That is pretty straight forward but I just wanted to verify one thing. After looking at a couple of discussions here I came across one that mentioned a Device Pack
--> cmterm-devicepack184.108.40.206066-3.cop.sgn <--(link to discussion noted below) and I wanted a clarification.
I'm not clear on what a Device Pack is and how it might be different than the firmware I have downloaded. If my clusters do not have anything related to the 7926G installed / configured do I need to load something other than just the firmware?
I had planned on simply installing the cop file as per the installation instructions.
Any input would be much appreciated,
The secret for Dev packs is that they are under "Call Control" not phones (???)
Here is the path;
Unified Communications Manager/CallManager Device Packages-8.0(3.23044)
It was pretty nasty out here last week, but it's +6 today (YAHOO!!)
Long time my friend
If the Device (7926) is not available in the device defaults or via the "add new" device
then you always need to add the whole device pack as it also adds the new model to the
available selections. In this case you would want;