Hello, can we change the TFTP server address on a cisco 79xx phone remotely?
I know we can use the SEP<mac>.cnf file to configure, but can we also change the TFTP address using this file. The problem we have is we are changing the IP of our SBC and it requires the TFTP server to be configured on all the customers' phone. Instead we are planning to host a new SBC on the new IP address and push the configuration with new TFTP address to all phones, so when the phone reboots, it gets the configuration using the new SBC (which will forward the requests to the call manager). Please note we are not using Cisco Call Manager.
Re: Changing TFTP address on a Cisco phone remotely
George, thanks for that. But we don't have control over the DHCP servers of our customers. This appears to be a beautiful solution that we have never tried before. I will give it a try. But at the moment, as we don't have control over our customers' DHCP servers, can we push it using the SEP config file? I was wondering if we can add a XML tag in that file.
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