We just upgraded to 2960S, POE, 1Gb ports. The 6941 phones (100mb port speed) work fine by themselves, but when you plug a computer into the back of the phone the speed is awful. I can plug the same computer directly into the switch and have no speed issues. Other 7900 series phones (gb speed) work fine. The switches are running 12.2(58) SE2 and the phones are running sccp69xx.9-3-1-3
I just upgraded to the newest firmware (cmterm-69xx-sccp.9-3-3-2-sr1) on the phone. No change in the speed. The setup was previously on an Avaya (100mb port) and plugged into a 100MB Cisco 2950 Switch and the user was able to pull up the file immediately. The user attempted to pull up a GIS drawing (2MB) and it took approx 15 secs. We bypassed the phone and tried the same file and it was almost immediate. Another user on a 9971 phone was able to pull up the file immediately also.
The 6941 phones (100mb port speed) work fine by themselves, but when you plug a computer into the back of the phone the speed is awful.
Hope I am wrong here, but have you tried to test your link with TDR? Try this:
1. Command: test cable tdr interface ;
2. Wait for approximately 5 to 7 seconds for the test to run;
3. Command: sh cable tdr interface ; and
4. Post the output to #3.
NOTE: This is not related to your phone issue but this could potentially cause issue to your switch as a whole. What I am saying is try avoid using 12.2(58)SE and later IOS. This version is notorious for various CPU bugs which could not be fixed. Try 15.0(2)SE4 instead.
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