If I understand you are trying to download an image for Cisco IP phones and you only see in the Cisco download section images for 7905G. I think it is due to your account privileges, as I confirm there is a lot of images for other models (7961G, 7962G, 7941G, 7942G and so on ...).
Also note the distinction between :
- The protocols that are used in Cisco Unified Communications networks to implement gateways and offer call control support for VoIP ====> H.323, the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), and the Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP).
- And the types of images used by the Cisco phones : SCCP (Skinny client control protolol / Cisco proprietary) and SIP...
No. If your customer is not comfortable with SCCP or SIP for call control, then Cisco is a hard sale. Technically, most vendors do something proprietary on the call control side - even with SIP. The 7905 is also not typically considered to be a highly desirable phone.
Are you sure that your customer wants H323 IP phones vs. H323-based access to the PSTN (i.e., via a PSTN gateway). Cisco phones are all SCCP or SIP-based, not H323. You can get third party endpoints that are H323-based; however, this would be contrary to going with the Cisco IP phone solution to begin with. My recommendation would be to clarify your perception of this requirement...if it is what you think it is, they may need to go a different route. Sad, but sometimes true.
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