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How to check which versions of IP Phone firmware were installed in cucm?

How to check which versions of IP Phone firmware were installed in cucm? 

in DEVICE DEFAULT displays only current version

i need to downgrade to previosly installed versions, but i cant see wich versions were installed

 

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VIP Purple

Hi,  In addition to what AOK[

Hi, 

 

In addition to what AOK[+5] has said, u can run the command from CLI to what all firmware are available in CUCM  for IP phone models.

example for 3905 model.

file list tftp *3905*

 

regds,

aman

VIP Super Bronze

You are not going to get

You are not going to get anything on the 794X/6X phones that way..Try this..

file list tftp SCCP42*

file list tftp SCCP45*

file list tftp SCCP75*

 

The problem with this is that it will show you all the files thta have been installed in the past for these phones. The device defaults page is the only place you will know the current firmware the phones are running

 

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VIP Super Bronze

The device defaults is the

The device defaults is the current version on the phone unless there is a specific firmware on the IP phone itself. Its in the device defaults that the phones know which firmware to load..

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VIP Purple

Hi,  In addition to what AOK[

Hi, 

 

In addition to what AOK[+5] has said, u can run the command from CLI to what all firmware are available in CUCM  for IP phone models.

example for 3905 model.

file list tftp *3905*

 

regds,

aman

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Thank you for replywhy it is

Thank you for reply

why it is not showing over ip phones?

admin:file list tftp *3905*
APP3905.9-2-1-0.zz                      APP3905.9-2-2-0.zz
CP3905.9-2-1-0.loads                    CP3905.9-2-2-0.loads
dir count = 0, file count = 4

admin:file list tftp *6921*
dir count = 0, file count = 0

admin:file list tftp *6921*
dir count = 0, file count = 0

admin:file list tftp *6945*
SCCP6945.9-2-1-0.bin1.sgn               SCCP6945.9-2-1-0.bin2.sgn
SCCP6945.9-2-1-0.bin3.sgn               SCCP6945.9-2-1-0.bin4.sgn
SCCP6945.9-2-1-0.loads                  SCCP6945.9-3-3-2-SR1.bin1.sgn
SCCP6945.9-3-3-2-SR1.bin2.sgn           SCCP6945.9-3-3-2-SR1.bin3.sgn
SCCP6945.9-3-3-2-SR1.bin4.sgn           SCCP6945.9-3-3-2-SR1.loads
SIP6945.9-1-1-0.bin1.sgn                SIP6945.9-1-1-0.bin2.sgn
SIP6945.9-1-1-0.bin3.sgn                SIP6945.9-1-1-0.bin4.sgn
SIP6945.9-1-1-0.loads                   SIP6945.9-3-3-2.bin1.sgn
SIP6945.9-3-3-2.bin2.sgn                SIP6945.9-3-3-2.bin3.sgn
SIP6945.9-3-3-2.bin4.sgn                SIP6945.9-3-3-2.loads
dir count = 0, file count = 20

admin:file list tftp *7945*
dir count = 0, file count = 0

admin:file list tftp *7975*

dir count = 0, file count = 0

VIP Purple

Hi , can u share the snapshot

Hi ,

 

can u share the snapshot where it shows nothing?

 

regds,

aman

You can also try:file list

You can also try:

file list activelog installed_options.

That should show you all added firmware.

 

HTH

 

Regards

 

Carlo

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ok tomorrow i will check and

ok tomorrow i will check and reply

VIP Super Bronze

You are not going to get

You are not going to get anything on the 794X/6X phones that way..Try this..

file list tftp SCCP42*

file list tftp SCCP45*

file list tftp SCCP75*

 

The problem with this is that it will show you all the files thta have been installed in the past for these phones. The device defaults page is the only place you will know the current firmware the phones are running

 

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VIP Purple

Hi, there are many ways of

Hi,

 

there are many ways of searching 

you can try what AOK has suggested. Also, u can use  file list tftp SCCP* , file list tftp SIP* , file list tftp *79*

regds,

aman

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file list tftp *45SCCP*

file list tftp *45SCCP* worked

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