every time an IP phone reboots or initialize it should contact tftp for two things:
to acquire its conf files
to see if there is a change in load info for this device.
so, if this is true, my question is:
if an IP phone that is already registered with Cisco Callmanager and running (i mean has its config files from first initialization and registration with CCM), when this phone reboots and during this reboot it didn't find a tftp server, what happens?
does it start trying to access a tftp serevr many times and finally when it times out, it uses its last acquired config files, if so, where was these files stored
so u mean that does ip phone starts trying to access a tftp serevr many times and finally when it times out, it uses its last acquired config files, if so, where was these files stored (i mean on the ip phone itself?)
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