My system is composed of: UC560 +2 cisco 6901 ip phones+ 2 cisco 7945 ip phones.
I use CCA 3.2 (3) for the configuration when I started the setup with the telephony configuration wizard , the system has detected only two phones cisco 7945. so I added the 6901 phones manually. When I finished the configuration I find that only the cisco 7945 phones work and the cisco ip phones 6901 gives busy tone.
other informations :
concerning the cisco ip phone 6901:
the staus of the ip phones is unregistred.
they get the following IP addresses: 192.168.1.13 / 192.168.1.14
I can enter the device information page of ip phones:
From this page i obtained this informations :
DHCP SERVER : 192.168.1.3 (this is the uc560 ip address)
DEFAULT ROUTER 1 : 192.168.1.3 ( the uc560 ip address)TFTP SERVER 1: 10.10.24.2
DNS SERVER 1 : 192.168.1.1 (MY ADSL router ip address)
the status is registredconcerning the cisco ip phones7945:
they get the following IP addresses: 10.1.1.14 / 10.1.1.15
Looks like your 6901 phones are ending up in a different subnet than your 7945's. Thus they're also being pointed to a TFTP server IP address that is something different than the IP of your UC560. Make sure the switchport interfaces for your 6901's are configured correctly.
If you want more information, feel free to post the switchport config for one of the 6901's and the 7945's for comparison.
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