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Answer: where to download the SDK

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Apr 5th, 2004
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I have never wasted so much time tring to find a free download on a website.


I salute those of you that managed to keep up the stamina and find it. For everybody else, go to:



http://www.cisco.com/go/developersupport/


then click


Supported Products


then click:


Log in now.


then choose from the VOICE TECHNOLOGY/AVVID dropdown list:


Callmanager IP Phone SDK


then click


IP Phone Services SDK v3.3(3)


then press ACCEPT



then, with luck you should get the SDK.




JESUS.


I am going to have a lie down now.



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Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/05/2004 - 07:51
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glad to see its not just me who has a nightmare browsing this site.


cisco may know their onions when it comes to hardware but theyve got a lot to learn when it comes to designing easy to navigate websites. :)

stephan.steiner Tue, 04/06/2004 - 00:14
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It gets even better if you try the AXL API.. if you don't have a company association to your CCO account, you have to email Cisco and ask for it and then they tell you they'll get back to you within 48h and I'm waiting for the 3rd week now. Good thing our cisco PM updated my account so I now have full access to development downloads.

Chris Drew Tue, 11/16/2004 - 13:21
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thank you. i looked for this for about an hour and could not find it anywhere


philippe.cousineau Wed, 06/16/2010 - 08:28
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Can you make an update on that, I think the website was updated and I can not find that too..


Never saw something like that before... is it a top secret application !?

Aaron Harrison Wed, 06/16/2010 - 08:36
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Hi


API information is available from http://developer.cisco.com


Which API are you interested in specifically?


Aaron

philippe.cousineau Wed, 06/16/2010 - 08:37
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Got IT, thanks


SDK


under Technology / CUCM / IP hone service


the serach engine is not really nice on that web site

Aaron Harrison Wed, 06/16/2010 - 08:54
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Yeah, easier to find things with the search once you know where they are :-)


Aaron


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