Cisco 7960 firmware upgrade to sip: not taking sip as firmware
My Cisco 7960 IP phones are registered with SCCP right now. I uploaded sip firmware files in router Flash using tftp server. cisco 2911 ISR router is used as tftp server. After uploading sip firmware I reset ip phones but Phones are still registering with SCCP.
Can Anyone help me please what could be possible reason so these phones are not registering with SIP.
Following steps was taken after uploading Firmware.
Suresh, Thanks a lot for your suggestion. First I need my phone to accept SIP flash firmware so that I can go to next phase of configuration such as sip profile, dial peers, did etc.
Actually I have deleted all SCCP firmware (P00300xxxx) from flash memory and uploded SIP firware (P0S00xxxx). But when I reset my phone and reload router, phones are still registering with SCCP firmware. Can anyone explain why this is happening?
When I reload router(c2911), it is not able to read SIP firmware file. Following messages are appearing during boot process :-
Warning: flash0:P003-07-5-00.sbn does not exist. Command retained. Warning: flash0:P003-07-5-00.bin does not exist. Command retained. Warning: flash0:P0S3-07-5-00.sb2 does not exist. Command retained. Warning: flash0:P0S3-07-5-00.loads does not exist. Command retained. Warning: flash0:P0S3-07-5-00.bin does not exist. Command retained.
I copied these firmware into flash of router.
Any suggestion from anyone is vary valuable for me.
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