We have several 3911's that we are installing. Is there a way to save a configuration change within the CLI. I can change the tftp server or the gateway on the phone but I can't find a way to save it..if I reboot the phone the changes are reverted to the previous values.
Is a particular one phone or several phones involved?
Did these phones work before?
Phones work now just can't change a network setting and save it.
Which changes you made to the phones then cannot be saved to the phones?
Per the original Post " the tftp server"
What messages you see after you making changes?
You can view the changes in the active window but although they do not appear take affect..such as the tftp server...still looks for the old server...reboot settings revert to old tftp server. Apply changes from the phone interface and after reset phones hits updated server.
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