A new area in the Device Defaults Configuration (Device > Device Settings) window allows you to monitor and change the Dual Bank Information (for dual-banked firmware capable devices only).
Table 8 describes the fields in the Dual Bank Information area.
Table 8 Dual Bank Information area fields
Specifies the type of device for which device defaults can be set.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Specifies the protocol that the corresponding device in the Device Type column uses.
Specifies the ID number of the firmware load that is used with a particular type of hardware device. If you install an upgrade or patch load, you must update the load information for each type of device that uses the new load.
Inactive Load Information
Specifies the ID number of the Inactive firmware load.
Specifies the device pool that is associated with each type of device. The device pool defines common characteristics for all devices in the pool.
Specifies the phone button template that each type of Cisco Unified IP Phone uses. The template defines what keys on the phone perform that function.
In the Dual Bank Information area in the Device Defaults Configuration (Device > Device Settings) window, there is a new Swap Loads icon. Administrators can override the default installation of new firmware as the Active load by using the Switch Loads operation prior to execution of the Apply Config. This will move the new firmware load to the Inactive load setting restoring the previous Active load setting.
Re: Cisco 6921: how to revert to the inactive load?
as stated by amendozar, Cisco 6921s don't have that option in "Device Defaults".
Furthermore, even if it was present, it couldn't solve this scenario: after an upgrade from load A to B. phones isn't working anymore (it's not reachable via IP), due to a bug on load B; how can I revert to load A?
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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